Group: Arjeu

In general, Arjeu puzzles are ornamental and are not tested. Please ask the auction administrator about the workings of any particular puzzle. Wood is generally unfinished and of average quality unless otherwise specified. Original plastic boxes and cases are in average condition, with dents and occasional breaks, unless otherwise indicated.

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Lot 6114 - Santiago (CT762)

Est. value: $50

Winning bid: $135

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Santiago (CT762) by Arjeu


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Maker: Arjeu

Diameter: 26cm

Notes: 20 balls (6.5cm diam.) and 30 dowels arranged in an impressive dodecahedral shape. Most likely this is a sculpture that can be completely disassembled. The balls are finished, but aged and slightly cracked in places (see detail photo); one interior crack observed near one ball joint (see photo).

 

Lot 6115 - Rio de Janeiro (CT779)

Est. value: $50

Winning bid: $44

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Rio de Janeiro (CT779) by Arjeu


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Maker: Arjeu

Diameter: 19cm

Notes: 12 balls (6.5cm diam.) and 30 dowels arranged in an icosahedral shape. Most likely this is a sculpture that can be completely disassembled. The balls are finished, and in reasonably good condition (see detail photo).

 

Lot 6116 - CT761

Est. value: $25

Winning bid: $11

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CT761 by Arjeu


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Maker: Arjeu

Diameter: 19cm

Notes: 6 balls (6.5cm diam.) and 12 dowels arranged in tetrahedral shape. This is a sculpture that can be completely disassembled. Balls finished and in reasonably good condition (see detail photo). One ball has a crack near joint (see photo),

 

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