Ségal & Selig takes pride in being a leading destination for art dealing, especially when it comes to ceramics from the 17th to the 19th century. Our focal point revolves around the distinguished Meissen manufactory, showcasing exquisite works by Johann Gregorius Höroldt and Johann Joachim Kändler. We also treasure pieces from the esteemed Hannong dynasty of Strasbourg, renowned for their exceptional majolica and porcelain creations. Our diverse selection includes remarkable majolica and porcelain pieces, predominantly sourced from German, French, and Swiss origins.
Beyond ceramics, Ségal & Selig’s passion extends to an array of unique artifacts and silver items spanning from the 16th to the 19th century. Furthermore, we cherish Swiss paintings from the early 20th century, adding an artistic dimension to our collection. Our appreciation extends across various artistic genres and historical periods, offering an all-encompassing view of our extraordinary repertoire.
At Ségal & Selig, we curate our collection meticulously to cater to both collectors and enthusiasts. Our range represents a narrative rich in historical and artistic significance, aiming to captivate art connoisseurs with its authenticity and aesthetic charm. Explore our gallery’s exquisite range, thoughtfully assembled to honor the artistic legacy and craftsmanship of bygone eras.
In essence, Ségal & Selig’s commitment to the art of dealing resonates through its profound collection of ceramics, silver objects, and paintings. We aim to provide a nuanced perspective on artistic expressions across centuries, ensuring an immersive experience for all art enthusiasts and collectors.