include the most diverse collection of arts and crafts from antiquity to 1900. Our antiques give a glimpse into the cabinet of curiosities of the past, from ostentatious dinner services, exquisite porcelain, and precious religious artefacts to simple glass from Europe’s first glassworks, or the most imaginative creations of folk art. There are always a lot of unique items to acquire too, such as a mummy portrait from the Faiyum Oasis in Egypt or the Byzantine stirrup ring from the 11th century.
Our professional consultations include a detailed examination of the materials, knowledge of the various marks and stamps as well as research about style and provenance.
Mag. Roswitha Holly
Expert for Antiques and Art Nouveau & Design
Studied art history at Vienna University, specialising in Baroque architecture and the aristocracy during the Baroque period. She is an art consultant and dealer. She has worked in art education and museum studies for many years. She has been with auction house im Kinsky since 2004.
A leading specialist in glass from all periods. Editor of the standard texts on this subject; expert witness for 19th- and 20th-century antiques and painting; until 2010 the owner and manager of Galerie Kovacek, Vienna; founder member and partner in the auction house im Kinsky.
Eva Gruber-Letz, BA MA
Expert Assistant for Antiques and Art Nouveau & Design
studied art history and applied cultural studies in Vienna and Klagenfurt; various internships in museums and in the art market; employee at the auction house im Kinsky since 2017
MMag. Sarah Kronschläger
on educational leaves
Studied art history and French in Vienna and Paris. She has done various internships in the art market, art institutions and museums. She has been an employee at the auction house im Kinsky since 2012.