AAG Art & Antiques Group

AAG is based in Amsterdam, at the heart of the Netherlands’ art and antiques business. the focal point for the international art trade and leading international auction houses. AAG's offices are open daily for information and valuations.

AAG deals in high-quality art, antiques, wines and collectables. Lots are organised according to type and price class, ensuring that each will be seen by as many potential buyers as possible. Moreover, each object consigned for sale is given maximum exposure in the catalogue.

Auctions are held twice a year in the categories Old Master Paintings, 19th and early 20th century paintings, Modern and Contemporary Art, Furniture, and Miscellaneous (ceramics, glass, silver, jewellery, etc.). AAG also hosts regular sales of fine wines.
Whenever possible, specialist auctions devoted to a particular theme, event or an important collection are held. Several sales of Indonesian and Indo-European art and crafts are held in Jakarta and/or Singapore each year.

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Charles Leickert
Charles Leickert\n(Brussels 1816 - Mainz 1907)\nSummer cityscape at dusk\nSigned l.r.\nOil on panel, 14.2 x 20.3 cm\nProvenance:\nPrivate collection, The Netherlands AAG Art & Antiques Group
Two Singhas
Two Singhas\nIndonesia, Sumatra\nTwo ornaments from a Batak house, they were mounted side by side near an enterance as protective figures.\nTwo wooden stylised lion heads with traces of pigments.\nH. 138 and 139 cm (excluding base)\nProvenance:\nPrivate collection, The Netherlands (collected in the '60)\n(2x) AAG Art & Antiques Group
An 18 carat white gold choker and a bracelet with diamonds
An 18 carat white gold choker and a bracelet with diamonds\nThe choker with twisted motif, the front with openwork and set with seven brilliant cut diamonds, the bracelet matching and set with eight brilliant cut diamonds, total approx. weight 57.7 grams, length choker 42 cm, length bracelet 19.5 cm. AAG Art & Antiques Group
A Japanese bronze vase
A Japanese bronze vase\nKyoto, Meiji period\nCast in Chinese archaic style with geometric motifs and dragons. Handles in the form of a taotie mask with separate ring. Marked: saku (made) by Hirano Eisei.\nH. 32 cm AAG Art & Antiques Group
Attributed to Jan Maurits Quinkhard
Attributed to Jan Maurits Quinkhard\n(Rees 1688 - Amsterdam 1772)\nJoachimus Fredericus de Rappard at the age of 25\nSigned and annotated NATUS: 14 Dec. 1682, PICTA: 14 Dec. 1707 on the reverse\nOil on canvas, 79.3 x 62.4 cm AAG Art & Antiques Group
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Amsterdam
Lekstraat 63
1079 EM
Tel. +31-20-3012950
Fax +31-20-3012960
Email: info@veilinghuisaag.com
Genève
Rue du Rhône 59-I
CH-1204
Tel. +41-22-3103332
Fax +41-22-3120203
Jakarta
Jl. Erlangga IV/16
Kebayoran Baru, 12110
Tel. +62 21 723 59 69
Fax +62 21 722 16 03
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