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Joseph Hannong, pitcher

A faïence je pitcher made in Strasbourg, Joseph Hannong, circa 1770
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Pot a jus in faience of Moustiers

A pot a jus in faience of Moustiers with floral decoration, 18th century
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Fernand Schultz-Wettel

Une peinture à l’huile sur toile présentant un portrait de femme, réalisée en 1930 par Fernand Schultz Wettel (1872-1957)
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Henri Vincenot

An oil painting on hardboard presenting a Parisian view with Notre-Dame, made by Henri Vincenot
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Vue de Strasbourg par Paul Spindler

Une marqueterie de bois présentant une vue de Strasbourg depuis la Petite-France, Paul Spindler (1906-1980)
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Cathédrale de Strasbourg

Une aquarelle sur papier présentant une vue de la cathédrale de Strasbourg depuis les toits
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Louis Philippe Kamm

A watercolor presenting an Alsatian village, 1932 by Louis Philippe Kamm
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Casket

A casket made in wood presenting different floral decorations.
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Robert Breitwieser

An oil painting on canvas presenting a still life with bouquet of flowers, by Robert Breitwieser in 1941
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Silver sugar sifter

A silver sugar sifter, Strasbourg in 1763-1764 (?) by Gottfried Imlin
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Angel’s head

A wooden carved winged angel's head
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Emmanuel Meyer

A watercolour presenting a view of Strasbourg with the Petite-France swimming pool, Emmanuel Meyer (1836-after 1902) circa 1900
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Madonna and Child

A terra-cotta presenting a Madonna and Child, Le Mans end of the 17th century
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Betschdorf

A stoneware beer pitcher with the brewer star, Betschdorf (Alsace) circa 1850
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Gilded bronze clock

A gilded bronze clock presenting an allegory of the antique Greek tragedy
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French Revolution plate

A French Revolution plate with the Liberty Tree, East of France circa 1792-1800
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Friedrich Brentel

A gouache on paper presenting a miniature with an Old Testament scene, Strasbourg by Friedrich Brentel in 1648
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Snuffer-scissors

A pair of snuffer-scissors with gol applications, France circa 1770-1780