Indonesian Archipelago

Probably there is no country more diverse than Indonesia. The vast number of islands, each with its language and way of life give the nation, together with its position amidst important trade routes, a unique blend of style and culture. Starting with the polytheistic Hinduist belief in the early ages, to the beauty of Islam and the blend with Western culture, due to the Dutch colonization. Indonesia gives the world the most beautiful sculptures, carvings and paintings. Artefacts from this country are truly to be amazed  by.

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European artist, (early 20th century)
Two study portraits of Mas Marco Kartodikromo (1890-1932)

Two Keris panjang, “long keris” or “execution keris”

(sold)

A pair of Javanese Hindu-Buddhist style bracelets

 

Three gold betelnut chewing containers, probably for lime (klopok)

A collection of Indonesian gold jewellery

 

A Dutch-Colonial silver filigree casket

 

An Indonesian silver commemorative salver, 'Gedachtenisbord',  commemorating Hermanus Stellingswerff (1737-1768)

A large Indonesian enamelled silver filigree basket and cover

A pair of Indonesian torchères or candle stands

 

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Quirijn Maurits Rudolph VerHuell (1787-1860)
Tandjong East and Tandjong West, near Batavia 1819

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Quirijn Maurits Rudolph VerHuell (1787-1860)

Stad Vlaardingen, Macassar, September 1816

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A rare Balinese polychrome wood statue of Twalen

Late 19th/early 20th century

 

A collection of thirteen ink and chalk drawings by Johan Gerard Sinia (1875-1948)

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C.A. Whitton (19th century)
'De Reede van Groot Atjeh' (Roadstead of Greater Atjeh)

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An extremely rare Dodot pinarada mas or “royal ceremonial skirt cloth”. Yogyakarta, circa 1910

 

Kismono (Indonesian, 19th/20th century)
'The Kali Bezar in Jakarta (Batavia), 1929' 

A New-Guinea bark-cloth dance apron
 

A Papua wood figure of a Korwar

Early 20th century
 

Provenance:

from the collection of a missionary, working in the Geelvink Bay area, on the peninsula of Roon, from 1906 till 1938, thence by descent

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Theo Meier (1908-1982)

'Balinese Woman with Offering'
 

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An important collection of drawings by W.O.J. Nieuwenkamp (1874-1950)

 

From the estate of family of the artist

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An important Indonesian carved ebony and ebonized cabinet on stand
17th century

(sold)

An Indonesian carved ebony box with drawer and brass mounts
Former collection Jan Habbema (1885-1940)

(sold)

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A fine Indonesian Ambonya burl, ebony and teak casket with silver mounts


 

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Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
'Mepèèd' (1943)

 

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An Indonesian Javanese rosewood (sono keeling) four chair-back settee

 

A small Indonesian Nedun wood and Ambonya table

(sold)

 

A highly important large Indonesian Red sandalwood (pterocarpus santalinus) display cabinet

 

A large Indonesian amboyna and ebony portable writing desk with brass mounts

 

Jacob Eduard van Heemskerck van Beest (1828-1894)

 

“Avondgebed; Maleidische tripang visschers onder de hoge kust van Celebes” (Evening prayers by Malay fishermen under the high coast of Celebes)

 

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A pair of silver oval trays engraved PB IV, Soerakarta (Paku Buwono IV)

(sold)

 

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An important Indonesian ivory sirih or jewellery box with gold mounts

 

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A pair of Indonesian hardwood side chairs

 

A Indonesian silver commemorative 'Schenkpiring' salver

 

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Unknown Dutch Artist

Javanese Villa, Buitenzorg Java (1889)

 

A fine Indonesian ebony low chair
(sold)

 

An Indonesian ivory keris hilt​

 

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Ernst Agerbeek (1903-1945)
'Chinese man eating rice, in a room with tea pot and opium set'

 

An extremely rare Indonesian ambonya, padouk, meranti and djati wood cabinet on stand
(sold)

Anonymous Dutch painter
Pigeon from the Moluccas (1730)
(sold)

 

A ceremonial walking cane from the property of Susuhunan Pakubuwono X
(sold)

 

A rare keris, dated 1858, with the initials of Pakubuwono X

(sold)

 

An Indonesian silver commemorative salver, “Gedachtenis piring” 

 

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Hadrianus Relanus (Adriaan Reland, 1676-1718)

 

The island Java with an insert of the harbour, fort and town of Batavia; Insulae Iavae pars occidentalis edente Hadriano Relando. T’ Amsterdam by Gerard van Keulen aan de Nieuwe brug met privilegie.

 

An Indonesian hinged spherical gold filigree container for a “Pedro de Porco” (pig’s stomach stone)

(sold)

 

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Willem Imandt (1882-1967)

The Merapi and Meraboe vulcanos, central Java as seen from Willem Imandt’s villa at Moentilan, circa 1922

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Abraham Salm (1801-1876)

“De waterval Baón tusschen Passaroean en Lawang”

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A fine small Indonesian, possibly Ambonese, djati wood bench

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Two Indonesian red and green lacquered djati wood 'Anak Mas' (favourite child) chairs

Property from the collection of Mr. Jan Veenendaal

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An Indonesian ebony centre table with marble top

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Frans Lebret (1820-1909)
Water buffalo

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Abraham Johannes Romswinckel (1810-1856)
Selfportrait in Indonesian landscape

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A rare Indonesian Baroque silver covered bowl

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Theo Meier (1908-1982)

View from the village of Iseh, painted from the house of Theo

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An unusual Indonesian lobbed silver dish

Menno Simon Jacobus van Meeteren Brouwer (1882-1974)

Seated Javanese couple

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Charles Legrain (19th century)
Two Javanese landscapes

A Moluccan red ebony center table with marble top

An Indonesian Teak wood round-back chair

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Auguste van Pers (1815-1871)
'Gezigt op de Pangerango genomen bij de Passangrahan Bodjong Ketong'

(sold)

An Indonesian rosewood or paduk wood round-back chair

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Menno Simon Jacobus van Meeteren Brouwer (1882-1974)
Tahitian dancer 

Ernst Agerbeek (1903-1945)
'Dayak girl performing the Hornbill dance'

 

Hugo Vildfred Pedersen (1870-1959)
Klingaleesche Studiekop (Klingalese study head)

 

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An exceptional pair of Baroque Indonesian Djati wood chairs
(sold)

 

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An exceptionally large Indonesian kialiatur and teak wood two-part bench

(sold)

 

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A rare Indonesian mother-of-pearl inlaid ebony sirih box with silver mounts

(sold)

 

An Indonesian silver filigree casket with Amsterdam silver tea caddies

 

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Thomas Daniell (1749-1840)

Watering Place Anger Point Straights of Sunda
(sold)
 

 

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Attributed to Quirijn Maurits Rudolph Ver Huell (1787-1860)

Gezicht van het fort Victoria, gelegen aan de baaij van het eiland Amboina, gouvernement der Moluksche eilanden 1818

 

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A large Indonesian teak VOC chest with brass mounts

(sold)

 

An Indonesian commemorative salver “Gedachtenis-piring”

An Indonesian satinwood Louis-XV armchair

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Rudolf Bonnet (1895-1978)
'Portrait of a Balinese girl'

 

A Indonesian satinwood and cane 'Burgomaster' chair

Late 17th/early 18th century

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