The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

 

Freud of the Rings
July, 2018


List of works

 





 

  Anonymous Analyst’s Ring Depicting Tyche
1985-18
Cornelian and gold
1st century CE (modern ring)

Lender: The Jewish Museum, New York
 

Cigar Box
1985-17
Silver
1903

Lender: The Jewish Museum, New York

 

 

Sandor Ferenczi’s ring
Depicting erotic scene
The ring was part of the Freud-Ferenczi correspondence, which was acquired as a convolute in the year 1984 on a Christies-auction in London.

Lender: The National Library, Vienna

 

LDFRD 2016.7 Sigmund Freud’s ring

Date unknown: In modern setting made into a clip belonging to Anna Freud. Probably originally set in Sigmund Freud's ring.
1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 5046 Ernst Simmel’s ring

1928: Given by Sigmund Freud to Ernst Simmel
18.11.1987: Dinated to Freud Museum London by Dr. K R Eissler, New York, USA

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 6427 Anna Freud’s ring

1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 3133 Baboon of Thoth

Purchased by Sigmund Freud around or before 1914 - Can be seen on SF’s desk in Pollack's 1914 etching
1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 3029 Balsamarium

1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 3274 Figure of Eros

1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 4387 Figure of Sphinx

1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 3471 Bronze figure of Venus

Princess Marie Bonaparte, who began her analysis with Freud in 1925, often gave Freud this figure of Venus as a gift (date unknown).
1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London

 

LDFRD 4390 Horse and rider statuette

This horse was bought by Freud in Vienna on 28 June 1932. It is unclear from where he acquired it.
1938 – 1986: Owned by Sigmund Freud, then left to Anna Freud in bequest in London, UK
1986: Accessioned into collection of Freud Museum London, previously part of Anna Freud’s household

Lender: Freud Museum, London