The major highlights include:
Di Cesare bronze Nymph
A bronze sculpture of a Nymph by Carlo di Cesare del Palagio (1540-1598), circa 1590-1593.
Recently discovered by Benjamin Proust, this exquisite bronze is a new addition to the oeuvre of di Cesare, a Florentine Renaissance sculptor working at the Saxon Court in Dresden.
Bought by an American private collector from Proust, it will go on loan to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York later this year.
Russian Imperial Porcelain vases
A pair of monumental Russian Imperial gilt-bronze mounted porcelain vases, Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855), dated 1833.
These monumental 138 cm high vases are some of the most impressive examples produced during the reign of Nicholas I to decorate the Imperial palaces or for diplomatic gifts.
Acquired last year from a London gallery by an international private collector.