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Ségal & Selig Antiques

A Tradition of Ceramics Expertise

At Ségal & Selig, our dedication to ceramics is more than a profession; it is a tradition that has thrived for over a century. We specialize in the intricate art of historical ceramics, showcasing masterpieces from the renowned Meissen Porcelain Manufactory alongside a distinguished selection of 17th and 19th Century Ceramics. Our commitment to quality and historical significance places us as guardians of timeless elegance, presenting artefacts that embody history’s finest craftsmanship.

Elegance in Faience: Ségal & Selig's Strasbourg Heritage and Beyond

Our ceramics expertise is showcased through our exquisite 18th-century faience collection, with a focus on the esteemed Hannong family in Strasbourg. These pieces, once cherished by nobility like Louis XV, capture the essence of their era through intricate designs and elaborate details, representing the best of 17th and 19th Century Ceramics. Our commitment to excellence extends to carefully chosen pieces from the Höchst faience manufactory and other prominent German and French workshops such as Niderviller and Schretzheim, each reflecting the rich artistic heritage of Europe and Ségal & Selig’s dedication to preserving historical ceramics.

Ceramics Expertise and Porcelain Mastery: Meissen's Marvel at Ségal & Selig

At Ségal & Selig, our expertise is epitomized by our distinguished collection from the Meissen Porcelain Manufactory, a symbol of European ‹white gold› since the 18th century. Celebrated for its innovation, Meissen’s legacy is marked by the genius of Johann Joachim Kaendler, whose works are foundational to our 17th and 19th Century Ceramics collection. Additionally, we proudly present masterpieces from other esteemed porcelain houses like Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, Wiener Porzellanmanufaktur, and Manufacture royale de porcelaine de Sèvres. Each piece reflects the pinnacle of artistic excellence and historical depth of its time.

Silver Excellence and “Cabinet of curiosities” objects at Ségal & Selig

Within Ségal & Selig’s distinguished collection lies a wealth of ceremonial silver, each piece reflecting the grandeur of traditions and the artistry of historical silver and goldsmithing. Our collection includes prestigious “cabinet of curiosities”objects, marking the inception of museum collections during the late Renaissance and Baroque periods. The collection highlights regional craftsmanship from art centers like Augsburg, Nuremberg, Basel, and Zurich, offering a window into the rich cultural heritage and masterful craftsmanship of the era. Ségal & Selig takes pride in preserving these magnificent pieces, each representing the intricate beauty and historical significance that define our collection of 17th and 19th century ceramics and artefacts.

Embrace the Legacy: Explore, Connect, and Discover with Ségal & Selig

Uncover the distinctive essence of Ségal & Selig, where each artefact weaves a narrative of heritage, craftsmanship, and unmatched expertise in the world of antique ceramics and artefacts. Our legacy resonates through the voices of satisfied collectors, insightful consultations and the success stories of cherished acquisitions from public institutions. We extend a warm invitation to discover our exquisite collection, and connect with us for a personalized journey into historical elegance.

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