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A PAIR OF DANISH TERRACOTTA ROUNDELS DEPICTING NEO-CLASSICAL SCENES

Christie’s charges a premium to the buyer on the Hammer Price of each lot sold at the following rates: 29.75% of the Hammer Price of each lot up to and including €20,000, plus 23.8% of the Hammer Price between €20,001 and €800.000, plus 14.28% of any amount in excess of €800.000. Buyer’s premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.
A PAIR OF DANISH TERRACOTTA ROUNDELS DEPICTING NEO-CLASSICAL SCENES

IPSEN FACTORY, COPENHAGEN. LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY

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A PAIR OF DANISH TERRACOTTA ROUNDELS DEPICTING NEO-CLASSICAL SCENES IPSEN FACTORY, COPENHAGEN. LAST QUARTER 19TH CENTURY Marked to the reverse P. Ipsen Eneret 356 and P. Ipsen Kjøbenhavn Eneret 356 17.5 cm. diam. Together with a Danish parcel-gilt and red-painted black terracotta relief plaque, depicting Cupid and Hercules, marked to the reverse L. Hiorth Eneret 480, 19th Century - 29.5 x 18.5 cm.; A polychrome decorated terracotta relief plaque with a classical scene after Bertel Thorwaldsen, marked to the reverse Carl Budde-Lund Eneret 845, 19th century -14 x 33.5 cm.; And a plaster relief depicting classical warriors, 20th Century -35 x 73 cm. (5)
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Christie’s charges a premium to the buyer on the Hammer Price of each lot sold at the following rates: 29.75% of the Hammer Price of each lot up to and including €20,000, plus 23.8% of the Hammer Price between €20,001 and €800.000, plus 14.28% of any amount in excess of €800.000. Buyer’s premium is calculated on the basis of each lot individually.

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Rasmus Peter Ipsen (1815-1860) founded the Ipsen firm in 1843. Based in Copenhagen the firm specialized in terracotta objects. In the last quarter of the 19th Century the firm produced a large amount of Neo-classical objects for a wealthy Danish and international clientele. The impressed factory mark P.Ipsen eneret was used from 1871-1917.

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