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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
email: philips@philipsauctions.com.au
www.philipsauctions.com.au

Sunday 8 April 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Antiquities & Other 1-27
 Bronzes & Lamps 28-76
 Items of Interest 77-92
 Clocks & Music Boxes 93-116
 Silver & Silver Plate 117-178
 Glass 179-218
 Porcelain 219-263
 Oriental 264-299
 Paintings 300-353
 Carpets 354-361
 Mirrors & Lights 362-381
 Furniture 382-476

001
A FRENCH MARBLE BUST OF A WOMAN
Circa: 1900
The white marble bust of a serene young woman wearing a loosely tied head scarf, her laced dress and shaped plinth in contrasting mottled grey and cream marble
Height: 42cm Width: 31cm

 800-1200

002
AN ANTIQUE TIMBER APPRENTICE CHEST
19th century
With an extended top above two short drawers and two long drawers with pairs of turned handles, upon an extended base
Height: 40.5cm Width: 37.5cm Depth: 24cm

 100-200

003
A PAIR OF EGYPTIAN WOODEN SARCOPHAGUS HANDS
Circa: 21st Dynasty, 1090 to 945 B.C
The framed clenched pair, with remnant red brown and yellow ochre colours; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 38.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 9.5cm

 500-800

004
AN EGYPTIAN GREEN GLAZED USHABTI
Circa: 21st Dynasty, 1069-945 B.C
Of typical mummy form with black glazed details to the front and maroon colours to the reverse; rejoined to upper body; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 14cm

 200-300

005
AN EGYPTIAN COPTIC TERRACOTTA DOLL'S HEAD
Circa: 4th Century A.D, provenance: Lower Delta
A small overpainted moulded head with brown and black colours, a tree of life design verso; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 12.5cm

 200-300

006
AN EGYPTIAN USHABT
I Circa: 21st Dynasty, 1069-945 B.C
Of typical mummy form with a tripartite wig, and holding agricultural implements, a panel of hieroglyphics to the front of the body, with remnant black and iron red colours, repair to lower body; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 14cm

 200-300

007
A PAIR OF EGYPTIAN WOOD AND GESSO FALCONS, EMBLEMATIC OF 'SOKAR'
Late Ptolemaic period: 525-332 BC; provenance: Lower Delta
Representative of the mortuary god with remnant green, black and pink painted colours; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 16cm Length: 21cm Width: 11cm

 1200-1500

008
AN EGYPTIAN POLYCHROME PAPYRUS FUNERARY MASK
Circa: 1st century B.C to 1st century A.D
The mask having applied gold leaf to the stylised face, a green copper sulphide coloured long wig and black cosmetic details, with iron red, cream and black geometric patterns and borders to the torso; mounted upon a black display stand with a timber base; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 67cm

 6000-8000

009
AN EGYTPIAN PAINTED WOOD AND GESSO USHABTI
Circa: Late period, 600-300 period; provenance: Abusir-Sakkara Region
Of typical mummy form, and featuring a scarab beetle with outstretched wings and remnant hieroglyphic text, upon a rectangular base; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 41cm

 600-800

010
A FRAMED EGYPTIAN LINEN AND GESSO MUMMY COVERING
Circa: Ptolemaic period, 332-330 BC, provenance: Sakkara
Decorated with a bead and lotus motif in remnant blue, iron red and black pigments; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 73cm Width: 35.5cm

 450-650

011
AN EGYPTIAN TIMBER JACKAL GOD FIGURE, 'ANUBIS'
Circa: 26th Dynasty, 664-525 B.C
The recumbent figure with outstretched front paws and an alert disposition signifying its function as funerary guardian and protector, overpainted in characteristic black colours; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 15cm Length: 25.5cm Width: 5.5cm

 800-1200

012
A FINE EGYPTIAN CEDAR SARCOPHAGUS PANEL DEPICTING 'HATOR',
Late period 525-332; provenance: Upper Egypt
A detailed image of the goddess of music, love and magic wearing a diamond pattern dress, the vulture headdress of 'Nekhbet' with solar disc and accompanied by pairs of deities and script, a panel of stars above; upon a display panel; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 170cm Width: 64cm

 6000-8000

013
A SMALL EGYPTIAN WOOD FEMALE SARCOPHAGUS MASK
Circa: Late period, 600-300 B.C
The head with a high headdress and defined painted and carved facial features; in remnant, brown, yellow ochre and black colours, displayed upon a Perspex panel and stand; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Height: 23cm Width: 15cm Depth: 8.5cm

 500-800

014
AN EGYPTIAN BLUE GLAZED AMULET OF THE DWARF GOD, 'BES'; A GREEN GLAZED SHU AMULET, AND A SMALL TERRACOTTA USHABTI
Circa: Late period: 525-332 B.C, other
A steatite (type of soap stone) double-sided amulet, displayed on a timber stand; with Certificate of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries; a kneeling headless shu amulet, and an ushabti of typical mummy form
Length: 5cm

 200-300

015
TWO BABYLONIAN 'GOETHITE' CYLINDER SEALS
Circa: 19th century B.C; provenance: Iraq
One seal depicting a seated dog, 'Gula', the goddess of healing; the other depicting a seated deity with human figures and vegetal motifs; with two Certificates of Authenticity from Re-Entombed Galleries
Length: 2.5cm

 600-800

016
FOUR ANTIQUE COPPER BEDWARMERS
19th century
Of typical hinged and lidded form with pierced and stamped decoration, three with long turned timber handles
Length: 102cm and smaller

 100-200

017
A VARIED GROUP OF SIX ANTIQUE COPPER KITCHEN WARES
19th century
Comprising two saucepans with steel handles; a skillet and one other pan; a high-sided pot with a swing steel handle and a studded border, and; a similar covered pot with fold over shaped strap handle mounts, a hanging ring and a maker's stamp to the lid
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 27cm (pan)

 90-120

018
A SET OF SEVEN COPPER SAUCEPANS, PLUS ONE
A heavy gauge tin lined straight-sided set with steel handles, with Fabrication Francaise stamps and an additional pot with a roll over rim and a brass handle
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 100-200

019
A VINTAGE COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRON
The large straight-sided cauldron with a rolled top, twin rivet joined steel handles and having a hammered finish
Height: 15.5cm Diameter: 41.5cm

 80-120

020
AN ANTIQUE COPPER WATER FOUNTAIN, A LARGE LADLE AND A JUG
19th century
Comprising a covered water cistern with folded joins, a rolled top and a brass outlet and a near oval straight-sided basin with a footed base, both with copper hooks to hang on the shaped oak backboard; a large ladle with a turned timber handle and a hinge top carinate shaped jug
Height: 78cm Width: 38cm (back board)

 100-200

021
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS, AND ONE OTHER
A nesting group of five all copper saucepans; and a taller Les Cuivres de Faucogney tin lined pouring saucepan, all with steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 18cm and smaller

 150-250

022
NINE VINTAGE COPPER AND BRASS KITCHEN IMPLEMENTS, AND OTHER
19th to 20th century
Comprising five long handled copper implements, a ladle, slide, two-pronged fork, straining spoon and a pointed spoon with brass handles; and four small brass long handled saucepans decorated with flowers and stamps of Brion; and a display hanging rod
Length: 41cm (fork)

 60-80

023
AN ANTIQUE COPPER WATER FOUNTAIN, A KETTLE AND A PITCHER
19th century
A shallow rectangular covered cistern with a toupie finial and brass tap fitting and a flat based basin with a flattened rim; a conical pitcher with a wrythen steel handle, and; an oval kettle with folded joins, a stepped dome lid and a hollow carry handle
Height: 27cm (kettle)

 100-150

024
A SET OF FOUR VINTAGE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS BY TOURNUS
A nesting set of aluminium-lined straight-sided saucepans with rivet joined handles; stamped to mounts
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 80-120

025
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A heavy gauge tin lined straight-sided set with steel handles, with Metaux Ouvres stamps to each
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 120-180

026
FIVE ANTIQUE BRASS ITEMS: KITCHEN WARES AND A CANDLESTICK
19th century
A large high shouldered ovoid pitcher with a notched cushion rib to the mid-section, an applied scalloped collar decoration and a faceted handle; two large sieves; a roll top broad saucepan with a long steel handle; and a traditional ejector candlestick
Height: 32cm (large handled pot)

 100-150

027
A LARGE CAST IRON GARDEN URN AND PLINTH
A lobed urn with a fold-over egg and dart rim raised on a stepped plinth, each face decorated with an applied laurel garland: provenance: Graham Geddes Antiques
Height: 130cm Diameter: 93cm

 500-1000

028
AN ART DECO SPELTER PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s
An elegantly plumed and walking pheasant in muted bronze colours raised on a black marble base
Height: 25.5cm Width: 50.5cm Depth: 15cm

 150-250

029
AN ORIENTALIST COLD PAINTED SPELTER BUST
19th century
An exotically clad and jewelled figure of an Eastern woman in muted cold painted colours and raised on a waisted plinth, heavily weighted
Height: 48cm

 100-200

030
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The figure of a leaping stag in a bronze and copper lustre finish beside a frosted beehive shaped globular shade in light honey colours with concentric gold bands, raised upon a two tone grey marble layered base
Height: 17cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 8cm

 100-180

031
AN ART DECO LUSTRED SPELTER PHEASANT GROUP ON A MARBLE BASE
Circa: 1930s
A pair of walking pheasants well coloured in muted and lustrous russet, gold and chocolate colours supported on a stepped and faceted creamy marble long base with portoro marble and celadon onyx coloured trims to the face
Height: 28cm Width: 76cm Depth: 15cm

 200-400

032
A SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF ALSATIAN DOGS BY LOUIS-ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)
Two naturalistically modelled dogs, one reclining and one standing, raised upon a two toned stepped portoro and veined yellow ochre marble base, incised signature of L. Carvin lower to base
Height: 49cm Width: 61cm Depth: 23cm

 250-350

033
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1930s
A pair of fleeing antelopes, one mortally wounded by an arrow, in dark and copper lustre colours upon a mottled yellow marble base faced with portoro marble with onyx inserts, signature of Limousin to the reverse at base of vegetation
Height: 38cm Width: 85cm Depth: 15cm

 200-400

034
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOWLER
Circa: 1900
In light golden bronze tones, the figure of a young man in long trousers, rolled up shirt sleeves and a cap, in the throes of delivering an over arm bowl, upon a square base; unmarked
Height: 27cm

 100-150

035
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER GROUP
Circa: 1920s
A recumbent stag and doe in lustrous bronze and gold colours raised on veined white marble base faced with black marble punctuated with white onyx
Height: 22cm Width: 52cm Depth: 13cm

 150-250

036
A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE OF A BACCHANALIAN PUTTO
19th century
A reposing putto in polished golden brown tones draped in a darker toned fur wrap, a garland of fruiting vine leaves about his head and holding a goblet, upon a rustic ground upon an oval veined black marble base; unmarked
Height: 22cm Width: 22cm Depth: 13cm

 250-450

037
HAMMOND, STANLEY JAMES (1913-2000)
Standing female figure
Sculpture in bronze with incised mark, Hammond, verso, presented on a timber plinth; Stanley Hammond created the John Batman memorial, Collins Street Melbourne and is represented in the National Gallery of Victoria collection
Height: 23cm

 450-500

038
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL SPELTER BOY AND GIRL FIGURES
19th century
The rustic duo cold painted in modulating olive tones, playfully engaged trying on each other's hat and bonnet, raised on cast naturalistic bases upon waisted timber plinths
Height: 36.5cm and smaller

 150-300

039
AN ART DECO SPELTER SQUIRREL LAMP
Circa: 1920s, signed Tedo
A patinated squirrel nibbling on a nut beside a pink ball shade with gilt and enamel decoration, raised on a yellow ochre marble base; with European electrical fittings
Height: 13.5cm Width: 22cm Depth: 8cm

 150-250

040
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE
Circa: 1920s
A recumbent antelope, its head inclined to the rear, in lustrous bronze colours and raised on a pale apricot marble base faced with cream and figured brown onyx
Height: 18.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 11cm

 120-180

041
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE COPPER CANDLESTICKS
19th century, mark of Doubl? with letter N and a crooked arrow
With urn form nozzles above gadrooned pans, the tapering stems with scrolling and floral relief decoration on a textured ground above spreading bases of conforming design with honeysuckle and shell motifs; partial maker's marks underside
Height: 29cm

 100-200

042
A PAIR OF FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Well cast with stiff leaf decorated nozzles and tapering reeded columns with fold over petal capitals and stiff leaf bases, upon a triangular leafy platform with lion's paw feet to a conforming shaped base
Height: 26.5cm

 150-250

043
A PAIR OF FRENCH ROCOCO INFLUENCED CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
19th century
The pair with floriform tulip shaped nozzles with scroll decorated removable pans, waisted stems with scrolling vegetal forms and anthemion motifs, similarly decorated to the shaped domed base
Height: 17cm

 180-250

044
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A HUNTING HOUND BY CLOVIS EDMUND MASSON (1838-1913)
Naturalistically modelled as a spaniel following a scent, in golden bronze colours upon a darker rustic base, incised signature of C. Masson to base with incised mark of Salon des Beaux Arts
Height: 21.5cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13cm

 150-300

045
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN AND DOG BY L.BRUNS
Circa: 1920s-30s
The deep bronze coloured figure of a reclining woman in a short tunic accompanied by her hound, upon a two tiered contrasting portoro and mottled yellow ochre base, lightly incised signature of L. Bruns to base
Height: 24cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 200-400

046
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER LEAPING DOG BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
In lustrous gold and bronze colours and raised on black marble bases
Height: 10cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 7cm

 150-250

047
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURE OF DIANA BY DEMARC
Circa: 1920s-30s
A dynamic figure of Diana the Huntress, with hair and simple girdle flying and posed on one foot having just released her arrow, in a green verdigris finish and raised on a black marble block base; impressed mark of Demarc
Height: 31cm

 400-800

048
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER PERFORMING SEAL BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s, signed H. Moreau
The seals in lustrous bronze colours raised on veined charcoal marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Width: 14cm Depth: 8cm

 150-250

049
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER LEAPING ANTELOPE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
In bronze colours and raised on taupe marble bases
Height: 17cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 8cm

 150-180

050
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOXER
Early 20th century
The boxer in trunks and boots in a sparring position, in deep bronze colours and signed in relief to the square base, possibly Rapin
Height: 25.5cm

 100-150

051
AN ART DECO BRONZE DESK LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
With an arching arm supporting a floral mount with an adjustable joint holding a moulded frosted shade with stylised rose motifs, raised upon a mirrored 'C' scroll base
Height: 30cm Width: 31cm

 200-400

052
A PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU STYLE TABLE LAMPS
Slender stem lamps with butterfly and floral decoration to the base and mushroom glass shades with vertical mottled stripes in pink and tangerine colours
Height: 35cm

 300-400

053
A PAIR OF ROCOCO STYLE CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th to early 20th century
With floriform nozzles and shaped dishes with leafy scrolls above slender knopped stems to domed leaf and scroll bases
Height: 22.5cm

 80-120

054
A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE AND CRYSTAL CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th century
The candlesticks with pressed and engine turned designs, having knopped stems with an umbrella arrangement of eight fold over spokes with floral and fleur-de-lis terminals supporting beads and cut crystal drops; British Antique Dealers Association label underside to one item
Height: 20cm

 30-50

055
A PAIR OF FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
19th century
With fluted nozzles and removable dishes and slender baluster stems with stiff leaf motifs, flutes and husk swags, raised on domed fluted bases with guilloche borders
Height: 17cm

 200-400

056
A SIGNED ART DECO SPELTER GAZELLE
Circa: 1920s, signed Limousin
A dramatically posed leaping gazelle in lustrous copper and bronze colours, raised on a cream marble base faced with brown and cream onyx, intaglio signature to spelter base
Height: 24.5cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 12cm

 200-250

057
AN ART DECO SPELTER LADY AND HER DOG FIGURAL GROUP
Circa: 1920s
A modish semi-reclining young woman with bobbed hair clad in diaphanous Grecian attire and patting a long-haired dog; raised on two-toned marble base
Height: 25.5cm Width: 37cm Depth: 10cm

 300-500

058
AN ART DECO SPELTER DOG GROUP
Circa: 1920s
Elegant collared hounds one standing and one seated, with their necks affectionately crossed, raised on a portoro marble base faced with tan marble
Height: 22cm Width: 28.5cm Depth: 11cm

 150-250

059
A CAST BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP
20th century
A lost wax casting depicting a nymph cavorting with a Bacchanalian figure upon an integral rough textured base, with inscribed initials, apparently H. de W V, with a small frog motif
Height: 23cm

 200-400

060
A FRENCH BRONZE CLASSICAL FIGURE BY PAUL DUBOY (1830-1887)
An informally posed Greco-Roman female figure with braided hair and softly draping attire, leaning against a plinth and reading a book, raised on a shaped and stepped base; incised signature of Paul Duboy to the side
Height: 42.5cm

 1000-2000

061
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A GRECO-ROMAN WOMAN
19th century, marked to base, A Minosi Napoli
The figure in a serpentine pose arranging her drapery, upon a stepped circular base
Height: 64cm

 1800-2400

062
A VINTAGE BRASS BOUILLOTTE LAMP
Circa: 1960s
Of typical form with three scrolling arms supporting electric candles, with an adjustable dark green tole shade and raised on a dish style base; with European electrical fittings
Height: 55cm

 100-200

063
AN EMPIRE STYLE FOUR BRANCH CANDELABRUM
Later 19th century, with European electrical fittings
In gilded and blackened brass, the four-branch candelabrum with scrolling arms and fittings for electric candles, a fluted tapering stem with a decorative capital and lower section to a waisted triform base with lion's paw feet
Height: 58.5cm

 250-350

064
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE
Circa: 1920s
An elegant stylised recumbent antelope raised upon a veined black marble rectangular base with canted corners
Height: 32cm Width: 45cm Depth: 15cm

 200-300

065
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER LADY AND BORZOI GROUP
Circa: 1920s
An elegant seated woman in a gilt embellished black dress inclined and gesturing to a golden borzoi seated behind her, raised on a black marble and white onyx base faced with brown and white geometric tiles
Height: 31.5cm Width: 62cm Depth: 16cm

 500-1000

066
A LARGE SPELTER PANTHER
Circa: 1920s
The walking panther in a hammered bronze and silvered finish raised on a black marble base with a cream onyx top punctuated with two brown onyx stripes
Height: 24cm Width: 70cm Depth: 16.5cm

 400-600

067
AN ART DECO BRONZE BACCHANALIAN PIPE PLAYER BY CARLIER
Circa: 1920s
An animated figure in rich green tones, joyfully posed on one foot and playing a double pipe, raised on a two-toned figured red and black marble rectangular base with rounded ends; inscribed Carlier to the base
Height: 41cm Width: 30cm Depth: 9cm

 1000-1500

068
DUCKS IN FLIGHT, AN ART DECO SPELTER GROUP BY GEORGES VAN DE VOORDE
Circa: 1930s, Belgian/French
A dramatic duo of ducks sweeping above waves, inscribed signature verso, and raised on a mottled brown onyx base with white onyx steps and geometric forms
Height: 43cm Width: 50cm Depth: 15cm

 400-800

069
AN ART DECO SPELTER BIRD LAMP
Circa: 1920s
A pair of small swallows flanking a frosted crackle glass ball shade and raised on a veined black marble base; with European electrical fittings
Height: 13.5cm Width: 32cm Depth: 9.5cm

 100-200

070
AN ART DECO SPELTER ELEPHANT LAMP
Circa: 1920s
A trumpeting elephant in muted bronze colours with a lemon ball shade with concentric gilt rings, raised on a rectangular charcoal marble base; with European electrical fittings
Height: 13cm Width: 25cm Depth: 9.5cm

 150-250

071
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER BIRD BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
The chirping birds on craggy bases in lustrous bronze colours raised on veined and flecked marble bases
Height: 17cm Width: 15cm Depth: 8cm

 140-180

072
AN ART DECO BIRD LAMP
Circa: 1920s, signed Limousin
A stylised flying bird in modulating gold and bronze colours beside an aqua blue mottled ball shade, raised on a veined ochre navette shaped base; with intaglio signature and European electrical fittings
Height: 21.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 150-250

073
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER ALSATIAN BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
A pair of standing Alsatians in lustrous gold and chocolate bronze colours raised on veined black marble bases
Height: 14cm Width: 14cm Depth: 8cm

 150-250

074
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER ALSATIAN BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
A pair of seated Alsatians in chocolate bronze colours raised on veined black marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Width: 13cm Depth: 7cm

 150-250

075
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER BIRD BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
The birds in lustrous bronze colours with spread wings and elaborately plumed tails, upon coffee and cream marble bases
Height: 11.5cm Width: 14cm Depth: 8.5cm

 150-250

076
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER DOVE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
Pairs of doves in bronze colours raised on white marble bases with aubergine and tan veins
Height: 10.5cm Width: 11cm Depth: 7.5cm

 130-180

077
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HAND MIRROR
Circa: 1920s
A circular bevelled glass set within a pierced fan shaped hammered surround and a similar swollen handle, a tight scrolling tendril motif to the terminal, and applied marguerites to the crest and throat
Length: 29.5cm

 30-60

078
A VICTORIAN INLAID BURR WALNUT BOX
19th century
The low rectangular box with a slightly domed lid, in rich red toned walnut with cross banding, the lid centred with an inlaid cartouche in ebony and brass; the interior with lemon watermark taffeta lining
Height: 8cm Length: 20.5cm Width: 14cm

 100-150

079
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT BOX
19th century
The box in well figured walnut, with boxwood stringing and centred to the lid with a blonde Neoclassical embellishment with arabesques and festoons; the interior with gold trellis patterned fabric lining
Height: 6cm Length: 19cm Width: 15.5cm

 100-150

080
A VICTORIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD GLOVE BOX
19th century
The box with white metal stringing and broken line decoration to the edges, embellished to the lid with an inlaid and engraved white metal and mother-of-pearl medallion with a bird, a ribbon marked 'Gloves', fruits and foliage; the interior with oyster watermark taffeta
Height: 8cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 11cm

 150-200

081
TWO BOXES: A THUYA WOOD CASKET AND AN INLAID WALNUT TEA BOX
19th century
A domed thuya casket with ebony stringing and brass strapwork to the ends, with finely engraved brass swing handles and the original purple silk lining, and; a fine tea box with a canted and sectioned lid, with outlined boxwood inlay and with cursive marquetry initials, the interior with two lidded compartments
Height: 16cm Width: 16.5cm Depth: 14cm and smaller

 100-150

081a
A VINTAGE MAHOGANY CUTLERY CANTEEN
Early 20th century
The plain timber box with a hinged lid, brass cartouche and a single drawer, raised on small block legs, later lined with light green velvet
Height: 18cm Width: 43cm Depth: 28cm

 50-100

082
A BRITISH TRADE CURRENCY BRACELET OR MANILLA
Probably 19th century
A silver-plated bronze Okpoho-type manilla of horseshoe shape, one flattened terminal faced with an engraved 'J', the other with the low relief image of a coconut palm and letters K.W.A.F.F; manufactured in Birmingham to be traded for Nigerian ivory and coconut oil; see similar in Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum Collection
Width: 6cm

 30-50

083
A FRENCH ORMOLU JEWEL BOX WITH A SIGNED MINIATURE
19th century
The cartouche shaped box with engine turned and Neoclassical stiff leaf borders, the engine turned lid dotted with myriad stars centred with a faintly signed portrait medallion of a woman in 18th century dress, with applied motifs and thread and ribbon twist borders, the interior lined in red velvet
Height: 4cm Length: 13cm Width: 9.5cm

 50-100

084
THREE BOUQUETS OF GLASS TREE PEONIES
Naturalistically moulded ruffled pink tree peonies with foliage and fabric stamens on thread and metallic thread wound branches set in clear glass hewn 'rock' bases
Height: 23.5cm and smaller

 100-200

085
A VICTORIAN DOME TOP WALNUT TEA CADDY BOX
19th century
The plain high domed box with a burr walnut lid and well figured timbers to the body and interior, two lidded compartments with Tunbridge ware style coloured edges, and later lined with complementary striped paper
Height: 17.5cm Length: 23cm Width: 13cm

 140-180

086
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TUNBRIDGE WARE BOX
19th century
Rectangular with twin straps to the lid and front with coloured chevron borders, with cross banding and stringing, with key; the interior with black fabric lining
Height: 10.5cm Length: 17.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 100-150

087
A FINE FRENCH THREE COLOURED 18 CARAT GOLD SNUFF BOX
Circa: 1800, mark B&M with Crown to the interior, gold punch marks
An oval hinged box of engine turned design, with Neoclassical borders and trims in contrasting rose and 'green' gold; gold marks to interior rim
Gold weight: 58gr
Height: 3cm Length: 5.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 7000-10000

088
A GROUP OF SIX VINTAGE SHELL TRINKET BOXES
Double sided polished shells with brass mounts and clasps
Diameter: 7cm and smaller

 30-50

089
FIVE PAIRS OF ANTIQUE EYEWARE: SPECTACLES, PINCE-NEZ, EYEGLASSES
19th to early 20th century
Gold framed and two tortoiseshell framed spectacles, pince-nez and folding eyeglasses, various gold stamps; two with original cases
Various shapes and sizes

 50-100

090
A SMALL VICTORIAN BRASS STUDDED ROSEWOOD CASKET
19th century
The box with a slightly domed and angled lid, with applied pierced brasswork motifs and escutcheon, with twin borders of target buttons flanked by bands of small brass studs, with key; the interior with gold fabric lining
Height: 9.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7cm

 100-150

091
A VICTORIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD CASKET
19th century
Of sarcophagus shape with a canted lid and gadrooned decoration, simply embellished throughout with mother-of-pearl buttons and white metal stringing; the interior with pale blue watermark taffeta lining
Height: 12cm Length: 20cm Width: 10.5cm

 150-200

092
TWO EDWARDIAN SHORT & MASON COMPASSES AND A COMPASS BOARD
Early 20th century
A prismatic brass compass, number 313 and dated 1904, and; a Verner's pattern compass, number 534 dated 1908, both in original leather pouches, one marked G.I.T, the other F.L.C for Flight Lieutenant F. L Cartwright who served with Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) in South Africa, and; a timber board with a Line compass to the crest, patent no. 1355

 50-100

093
A FRENCH FIGURAL ORMOLU CLOCK WITH A SÈVRES-STYLE PLAQUE
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
The drum head clock with an enamel dial, Roman numerals and flanked by a well cast seated explorer in fine naval dress accompanied by his silvered globe on stand and log, 'Journal des Decouverte', upon a pierced rocaille base with a porcelain plaque with a cupid carrying an anchor; with key and pendulum
Height: 28.5cm Width: 39cm Depth: 13cm

 700-900

094
A BLACK MARBLE CLOCK WITH A SPELTER FIGURE OF LORD BYRON
19th century
The impressive clock with a black dial with Roman numerals set within an oval black marble base with gilded dolphin decorations and a laurel branch garland, surmounted by the cape clad poet with pen and book in hand
Height: 78cm Width: 35cm Depth: 26cm

 700-1000

095
A SPELTER AND MARBLE LION CLOCK GARNITURE, 'L'AMOUR MÉPRISANT LA FORCE' BY SCOTTE
19th century, with dial marked A L'Esperance, Henri Godchot
With an enamel dial set within a rocky crag dominated by a cupid with bow and quiver astride an imposing roaring lion above a veined marble base, the pair of side vases with amorini and long caprine legs; with key and pendulum
Height: 48cm Width: 41cm Depth: 15cm (clock) Height: 33.5cm (side urn)

 1200-1800

096
A STRIKING ART DECO EGYPTIAN INSPIRED CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s, with maker's trademark of a cog flanked by F & C
In two toned marbled russet and white onyx, with an octagonal canted drum enclosing a shaped dial with Arabic numerals supported by a pair of gilt and silvered sphinxes upon an octagonal stepped base, with a pair of conforming tazze with floral cast conical stems; with key and pendulum
Height: 33cm Width: 61cm Depth: 20cm (clock) Height: 17cm (side urn)

 1500-2500

097
A FINE ART DECO EGYPTIAN INSPIRED CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark of a cog flanked by F & C
In contrasting portoro and veined white marble, of angular design with a glazed compartment housing a gilt engine turned dial and a chapter ring with Roman numerals, gong strike, and surmounted by a sphinx; the side tazze of conforming design; with key and a mercury regulator pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 33cm Depth: 13cm (clock) Height: 24cm (side urn)

 1000-2000

098
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century; with key and pendulum
An imposing clock with the well cast bronze figure of Miguel de Cervantes upon a black marble plinth enclosing an enamel dial with Roman numerals enclosed by a decorative gilded bezel and cast frame, with decorative volutes and an extended canted base with trims and pierced scrolling feet
Height: 65cm Width: 40cm Depth: 20cm

 2000-3000

099
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Freres et Cie, Godead of Paris
The clock with an enamel dial set with Roman numerals set within a cast plinth surmounted by floral crest and flanked by an elegant seated Grecian lady playing with her hound, raised on a stepped rectangular base faced with veined marble; with key and pendulum
Height: 39cm Width: 46.5cm Depth: 15.5cm

 400-600

100
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères et Cie
With a fine enamel dial with Arabic numerals and minute markings set within a drum head flanked by volutes above a stepped base and embellished with target medallions and trims in veined marble, accompanied by side tazze upon plinth bases, with key and pendulum
Height: 27cm Width: 41cm Depth: 13cm (clock) Height: 24cm (side urn)

 400-600

101
AN ART DECO SPELTER, MARBLE AND ONYX SWAN CLOCK
Circa: 1930s-40s
A disc shaped cream marble and apricot onyx clock with a cream enamel chapter ring and Arabic numerals, flanked by bow necked swans with green cold painted colours to their flaring wings; raised on an apricot marble base faced with cream and brown onyx
Height: 20.5cm Width: 44.5cm Depth: 9cm

 200-400

102
AN 'ÉTOUFFOIRS EN ACIER' INLAID SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX
Circa: 1880s, serial number 9117
The single cylinder table music box playing four airs, mechanically operated with a side crank, with serial stamp to mechanism and original play list label, also bearing retailer's label for C.A Welch, Watchmaker and Jeweller, Ballarat; tuned comb as found
Height: 20cm Width: 42cm Depth: 22cm

 500-800

103
AN UNMARKED INLAID SWISS CYLINDER MUSIC BOX
Circa: late 19th century, serial number 334
A single cylinder table music box in rosewood and mahogany with an inlaid trophy and stringing to the lid, mechanically operated with a side crank, with serial stamp to mechanism; in working order and having a fine sonorous tone
Height: 17cm Width: 52cm Depth: 24cm

 1000-2000

104
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of S. Marti et Cie to the mechanism
A well cast waisted clock with vegetal motifs throughout and a trophy emblem, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and delicately pierced hands, raised on a pierced base with splayed scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 30cm Depth: 16.5cm

 1000-2000

105
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Auguste Lemaire of Paris
A lavishly cast waisted clock with a floral finial and sinuous swirls of acanthus and shell forms above a shaped pierced base, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and ornate gilt hands, mark of Lemaire to both dial and mechanism; with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 25cm Depth: 14cm

 1000-2000

106
A FINE CHARLES X ORMOLU FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1820s, rubbed marks to dial, silk suspension, key and pendulum
In the Empire style with the well cast figure of a Greek philosopher deep in thought as he scribes while leaning upon a plinth with eagle caryatids, an enamel dial with Roman numerals above a stepped architectural base with acanthus borders, the base with reeded scrolls, rosettes and whorl feet
Height: 48cm w 40cm Depth: 15cm

 1000-2000

107
A FINE 'J.H. HELLER OF BERN' ORCHESTRAL BURR WALNUT MUSIC BOX
Circa: 1870s, serial number 2294
A magnificent table top music box playing thirty six airs, with six 16 inch cylinders, five in original timber boxes, and comprising a crank winding mechanism, seven engraved bells with exquisite bee, bird and butterfly strikers, brass movement drum, castanets and organ accompaniment, with full playlist to the lid
Height: 35cm Width: 96cm Depth: 42cm

 8000-12000

108
A BLACK MARBLE FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of S Marti to mechanism
Having an enamel dial with Roman numerals enclosed by gilded bezel within a plinth surmounted by the cast spelter figure of a gentleman painter in 18th century attire, upon an extended base with cast paw feet with leafy mounts, the case with restrained red and white marble trims; with key and pendulum
Height: 40.5cm Width: 23.5cm Depth: 15.5cm

 200-300

109
A LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE MANTLE CLOCK IN THE BOULLE MANNER
19th century, with maker's mark for H & F Paris
The waisted clock with stand having a rocaille crest to the pagoda top, an ebonised case with inlaid brass fretwork and glazed panels, the ornamented dial with Roman numerals and minute markings to enamel cartouches, and pierced and cast trims and decorations throughout; with key and pendulum
Height: 93cm Width: 45cm Depth: 20cm

 4000-8000

110
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with key and pendulum
Of decorative cast form with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within rustic rockwork surmounted by a bucolic female figure emblematic of the harvest with a bucket of grapes and fruit in her hair, the scrolling tendril base raised on shell and acanthus feet
Height: 31cm Width: 23cm Depth: 9.5cm

 800-1500

111
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1840s, with maker's mark for Constantin Detouche,
An enamel dial with roman numerals and minute markings set within a rustic drum head surmounted by a female figure emblematic of the harvest, playing a tambourine, raised on a waisted plinth with scrolling vegetal motifs and a shell enclosed mascaron above acanthus scroll feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 25cm Depth: 10cm

 400-800

112
AN ART DECO MARBLE, ONYX AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with mark of Gilbert, Lee Havre to the dial, key and pendulum
An architectural clock in contrasting marble and onyx with a rectangular dial with Arabic numerals set in a plinth with stepped side supports, beside a terraced wall and a seated female figure holding a bird, with conforming rectangular side vases with geometric embellishments
Height: 29cm Width: 40cm Depth: 15cm

 500-800

113
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mid 19th century
The figure of a writer upon a rocky support with a pierced bocage and enclosing the enamel dial with Roman numerals, a white marble plinth below encased in a pierced Neoclassical base with acanthus scroll feet, central crest and dog's head mask, with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 14cm

 400-600

114
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with mark of L.P Japy et Cie, 1878; key and pendulum
Finely cast with a reclining pelt draped cupid with bow and arrow, a side drum head enclosing an enamel dial marked Bruet, St Denis and draped with dead game, the waisted oval base embellished with floral emblems, pierced vegetal forms, and a central cast trophy with attributes of the hunt
Height: 37cm Width: 47cm Depth: 18cm

 600-1200

115
A FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL STYLE CLOCK GARNITURE, AN ORIGINAL FITTING FROM THE GEORGE'S DEPARTMENT STORE, THIRD FLOOR
19th century, key and pendulum
A white and black marble portico style clock with a drum head surmounted by an eagle and decorated with gilt bronze Neoclassical elements, with candelabrum side pieces; provenance: the George's contents sale, 1995
Height: 53cm Width: 35.5cm Depth: 11cm (clock)

 2000-3000

116
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mark of Franjus of Paris, mark of ?Charles to body
With an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a drum barrel surmounted by a floral urn flanked by an elegant Grecian lady above an onyx and cast oval base with acanthus and reeded borders, with a central garland and supported on square and toupie feet; key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 35.5cm Depth: 17cm

 800-1500

117
FIVE SILVER PLATED WARES: A CANDLE SNUFFER WITH DISH, A BOTTLE COASTER AND TWO TRAYS
19th century and later
A scissor action snuffer with an accompanying engraved and waisted dish; a pierced and grapevine ornamented J. Dixon & Sons bottle coaster with a sterling button, and; two engraved circular trays with applied cast rims
Diameter: 31cm and smaller

 100-200

118
A SILVER-PLATED PRESENTATION TANKARD JUG
Circa: 1894, with inscription to the winner of the Tunbridge School 100 yards
Richly cast in the Renaissance Revival manner with scrolls, mascarons and chased work in relief, with a Swiss guard style finial, mask spout and three roundels with allegorical figures, raised on a pedestal base and having a gilt washed interior
Height: 29cm

 200-300

119
AN AUSTRALIAN SILVER PLATE & BRASS 'OLYMPIC TORCH' STYLE LAMP
Mid 1950s
A moderne style lamp of conical form with high set whorl handles, a domed cover and supporting a frosted glass flame shade, upon a turned waisted timber base
Height: 66cm

 50-100

120
AN IMPRESSIVE SILVER PLATED MEAT CLOCHE
Late 19th century, with stamp for Drummond & Co, Melbourne
The dome with a cast scroll handle with beaded trims, beading to the lower rim and decorated with scrolling etched lily leaves and morning glory; marked to interior
Height: 30cm Length: 47cm Width: 36cm

 100-200

121
A FINE VICTORIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE BERRY AND SIFTER SPOON SET
Second half 19th century, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Son
Gilt washed berry spoons with fine repousse and chased work to the bowl, double stamped with fretwork, formal scrolls and plain circular finial cartouches; the narrow fluted sifter spoon conforming; housed in a Henry Steiner of Adelaide case
Length: 22cm (berry spoon)

 150-200

122
A FRENCH SILVER PLATED TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH TRAY
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark of CC and a fox head, and other
Comprising a coffee pot, tea or hot water pot, covered sugar bowl and a creamer, of pear shape with cast Neoclassical gadroon and laurel leaf garlands and pendants, the domed lids with pinecone finials, with a shaped two handled rectangular tray; stamps underside
Height: 24.5cm (coffee Pot) Length: 53.5cm Width: 33.5cm (tray)

 200-400

123
A LARGE GEORGIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE SOUP TUREEN, AND A LADLE
Circa: 1820s and after, lid with cross hatched arrows for TJ & N. Creswick; later liner with stamp of Hawksworth, Eyre & Co
A waisted and compressed oval tureen with a domed lid, heavily gadrooned with a vegetal cast handle, reeded loop handles and raised on paw feet with extravagant floral mounts, with removable liner; and a King's pattern ladle
Height: 28cm Length: 41cm Width: 25.5cm (tureen) Length: 33cm (ladle)

 100-200

124
A GROUP OF THREE SILVER PLATED ITALIAN PICTURE FRAMES, A
A SILVER PLATED ICE BUCKET AND A PLATED CRUMB SWEEPER
The frames, one with a flat profile and two of cushion profile, all with timber veneer easel backs; an octagonal ice bucket with cast crossover leaves serving as the handles, and; a plain short handled crumb sweeper with brush
Height: 24cm Diameter: 23cm (ice bucket)

 100-200

125
A VINTAGE RONSON SILVER PLATED 'QUEEN ANNE' TABLE LIGHTER
Mid 20th century
The heavily weighted elongated oval lighter with bead and gadroon decoration upon a waisted base; mark of Ronson underside
Height: 6cm Width: 9cm

 50-80

126
TWO SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS, A FINE SILVER PLATE VICTORIAN TEAPOT, A CANDLE SNUFFER AND DISH
Early to later 19th century
A pair of knopped and gadrooned extension candlesticks; a finely bright cut and engraved egg-shaped teapot with swags, stiff leaf borders and raised on hoof feet, partial marks only; and a scissor form candle snuffer and a scroll edge dish, with orb stamp underside

 50-100

127
A FINE GERMAN WMF ART DECO SILVER PLATE IKORA VASE
Designed circa: 1934, manufactured by Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik
A slender ovoid vase with a striking soft gold brushed finish punctuated with eight tapering silver and black enamel stripes, upon a cushion shaped base; impressed stamp of WMF Ikora silver plate underside
Height: 30cm

 400-800

128
A FRENCH .950 SILVER AND ETCHED GLASS TAZZA
Late 19th century, with Minerva 1 standard and rubbed maker's mark with diagonal cross to a lozenge cartouche
A tazza with a shaped bowl with etched garlands and pendants in a bronze basin above a waisted pedestal with Neoclassical ribbon borders and festoons in relief to four partitions; weighted
Height: 12cm Diameter: 24.5cm

 100-200

129
A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE AND GLASS CENTREPIECE
19th century, with maker's mark for HJ & Co
An Egyptian inspired centrepiece with a cased pink and white frill bowl supported in a dish with a reeded column hung with chain swags and balls to a shaped triform base with sphinxes and ball feet
Height: 31cm

 150-250

130
A SILVER PLATE NEOCLASSICAL STYLE THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM
Of knopped form with twin curvaceous arms with conical nozzles and pans, with a removable top section allowing use a single candlestick, with simple gadroon and thread decoration and raised on a spreading base
Height: 40cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

131
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER AND SUGAR BASIN
1824 London, with maker's marks for probably Joseph Angel I, with pellet
Of compressed and lobed form with egg and dart borders, stiff leaf decoration to the collars, and cast floral and threaded scroll handles; raised on paw feet with leafy mounts; hallmarked to waists
Silver weight: 654gr
Height: 11.5cm Width: 21cm

 400-800

132
A STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAME
Of simple modern design with a slightly cushion profile and ribbed edges; with a timber veneer easel back; mark for Italy and .925
Height: 24cm Width: 19.5cm

 80-120

133
AN ITALIAN STERLING SILVER TRIPLE PICTURE FRAME
Of simple modern design with a plain cushion style frame; and a timber veneer easel back; with Italian silver stamp and marked.925
Height: 12cm Width: 23.5cm

 50-80

134
AN ITALIAN STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAME
Of simple modern design with a plain cushion style frame with channelled edges; and a timber veneer easel back; with Italian silver stamp and marked.925
Height: 17.5cm Width: 13cm

 80-120

135
A FINE PAIR OF GEORGIAN IRISH STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CUPS
Circa: 1780 Dublin, with maker's mark for Robert Williams, no pellet
The cups with domed and knopped covers and of gently swollen ogee form with triple scroll twin handles, crisply bright cut with Robert Adam style swag engraving, with oval ribboned cartouches with crests, one with engraved dedication to recipient; typically hallmarked to the body with three marks
Silver weight: 1198gr
Height: 22.5cm

 6000-10000

136
A FINE VICTORIAN FERN ENGRAVED STERLING SILVER TEA TRAY
1888 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
The oval tray with a pierced guilloche border and finely engraved with a wide maiden hair fern garland enclosing an elaborate crest bearing the inscription, 'Traditus non Victus', Betrayed Not Conquered; crisply hallmarked underside with retailer's stamp of Hardy Bros, Sydney
Silver weight: 3345gr
Height: 4cm Length: 58.5cm Width: 45.5cm

 4000-8000

137
A FINE PAIR OF HAMMERED STERLING SILVER LIBRARY CANDLESTICKS
1926 Birmingham, with maker's marks for S. Blanckensee & Son Ltd
Elegant sticks with slender stems and tiny knops, sweeping conical bases and bulb style nozzles with flattened rims, with a uniform hammered finish; hallmarked to base
Total weight: 507gr
Height: 14cm

 600-800

138
A RARE PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CRYSTAL JUGS
1895 London, with maker's mark for John Grinsell & Sons
With ovoid bodies cut with Rococo designs and raised on a spiral petal foot, with shell and foliate embossed collars and hinged lids of conforming petal form with finials, with elegant loop handles and hallmarked to collar
Height: 25.5cm

 3500-5500

139
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1992 Birmingham, with maker's marks for W.I Broadway & Co
Of simple knopped design with urn form nozzles and dome bases, elegantly embellished with concentric thread designs; both hallmarked to foot
Total weight: 1008gr (filled and heavily weighted)
Height: 20.5cm

 100-200

140
A FRENCH .950 SILVER COFFEE POT
1819-1838, with mark of fineness, Paris guarantee, rubbed maker's mark
A pear-shaped pot with a low domed hinged lid with gadroons and a fruit and leaf finial, a scrolling ebonised handle with finely cast spiral leafy mounts and a decorative spout above lion's paw feet; hallmarked to the lid, upper body and underside
Total weight: 501gr Height: 21cm

 500-800

141
A SMALL SPARROW BEAK STERLING SILVER JUG IN THE GEORGE I STYLE
1963 London with maker's mark for Hardy Bros. Ltd
A petite pear-shaped pedestal jug, the sparrow beak with a small drop to the terminal, with an ear form handle with spur and matching drop to the mount, initial, 'J' top the body; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 115gr
Height: 9cm

 80-100

142
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER JUG
1845 London, mark for Edward, Edward junior, John & William Barnard
A pear-shaped jug with engraved floral patterns to the body, with an applied leaf to the throat, and similar mounts to the ear form handle, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked
Silver weight: 254gr
Height: 16cm

 180-240

143
A FRENCH .950 SILVER COFFEE POT
1864-1874, with Minerva 1 standard, and two men in a boat maker's mark of Debain to a lozenge shaped cartouche
A pear-shaped pot with a scrolling ebony handle, a domed lid with a decorative cast fruit and leaf finial and hallmarked to the lid, upper body, foot and underside
Total weight: 626gr
Height: 23cm

 600-800

144
A STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL SUGAR CASTER
1937 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
An octagonal pear-shaped caster with a pierced dome lid with a cup and cover finial, hallmarked to upper body and maker's mark also to foot
Silver weight: 108gr
Height: 17cm

 120-150

145
A RARE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT STERLING SILVER PARCEL GILT CHALICE
1878 Birmingham, with maker's mark F.E for Elkington & Co
The gilt washed chalice superbly engraved and gilt decorated with Japanese fans, birds, insects and a spider in a web, with brocade and diaper patterns and borders, weeping bamboo and other flora, gilt washed to the interior; crisply hallmarked to the rim and partly underside
Silver weight: 309gr
Height: 24.5cm

 4000-6000

146
A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED COFFEE POT AND A PAIR OF FISH SERVERS
19th century, with maker's marks for Edward & John Barnard (pot)
The engraved pear-shaped pot with an acanthus decorated scrolled handle and a cast floral finial; plate marks underside; and a pair of Queen's pattern fish servers, the knife with an engraved blade; marks to the throats
Height: 28cm (coffee Pot) Length: 30.5cm (fish knife)

 100-200

147
A STERLING SILVER GEORGE III ROCOCO TWO-HANDLED CUP AND COVER
1758 London, with maker's mark for Lewis Herne and Francis Butty
Richly embellished throughout with scrolling and floral motifs, with ornate triple scroll handles, a beaded pedestal base and a conforming domed cover with a pear-shaped finial, with the mermaid crest for the O'Byrne family; hallmarked underside and to cover
Silver weight: 1842gr Height: 34cm Width: 29cm

 3700-5500

148
A CASED SET OF LATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BERRY SPOONS
1899 London, with maker's mark GJDF for Josiah Williams & Co
Crisply repousse and chased with typical berry designs to the scalloped bowls with repeat guilloche scrolls to the stem and engraved and bright cut swollen terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 120gr
Length: 21.5cm

 50-100

149
A PORTUGUESE FOUR PIECE .833 SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH A MATCHING TRAY
Post 1938 mark, with eagle and .833 standard in octagonal cartouche
Comprising tea and coffee pots, a covered sugar basin and a creamer, of ovoid pedestal form with engraved and applied shell and scroll borders and shaped scrolling handles; with hallmarks underside, figural maker's mark
Silver weight: 4921gr Length: 64cm Width: 38.5cm (tray) Height: 24cm (pot)

 4600-7500

150
A GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE
1824 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for F & Ss
The shaped slice with a pierced blade and bright cut decoration to a fiddle pattern stem, with armorial marked 'Mon Insidieux'; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 153gr
Length: 31cm

 200-400

151
A LARGE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BUTTON HOOK
1868 London, with maker's marks for probably George Unite
The long steel hook having a tapering spiral incised handle; hallmarked indistinctly to the throat
Length: 34.5cm

 30-50

152
AN EARLY VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1838 Exeter, with maker's mark for John Stone
In fiddle pattern; hallmarked underside to terminal
Silver weight: 147gr
Length: 30.5cm

 100-150

153
A STERLING SILVER WINE COASTER WITH A SMALL DISH
1904 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons (dish), and; 1976 Birmingham, with maker's marks for W.I Broadway & Co (coaster)
A timber-based coaster of compressed form with a rollover rim, hallmarked to foot, and; a small plain coaster dish with a shallow well, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 204gr
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 14cm and smaller

 50-100

154
A RARE AND FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER EWER IN THE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL MANNER
1843 London, with maker's mark for Richard William Elliott
Profusely embossed with borders of mascarons, demi figures and various animals and vegetal forms upon a textured ground, with a caryatid handle, a mask pouring spout and a gilt washed interior; hallmarked to neck
Silver weight: 1171gr Height: 29cm

 2700-4500

155
A SMALL VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CREAM PAIL
1898 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Plante & Co. Ltd
Of characteristic pail shape with a pedestal foot and rope twist swing handle, the body with pierced vegetal decoration, rope twists to the rim and foot, and an unmarked cartouche, with a blue glass liner; hallmarked to cartouche
Silver weight: 64gr
Height: 8cm

 400-500

156
A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED FIVE LIGHT CANDELABRA
Of Neoclassical design with tapering knopped stems issuing four 'S' scroll vegetal arms with urn form nozzles, with stiff leaf, bead and lappet borders, can be dismantled to form single candle sticks
Height: 46.5cm

 200-300

157
A FRENCH .950 SILVER MILK JUG
19th century, with rubbed Minerva 1 standard and indistinct other mark
The pear-shaped pot with an ebonised 'C' scroll handle with cast vegetal decoration to the spout, gadroon borders to the domed and hinged lid and a decorative mushroom finial; standard to upper body, other to lid
Height: 14cm

 150-250

158
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GLASS LINED SALTS, WITH SPOONS
1797 London, with maker's marks for Stephen Adams I
Cauldron shaped salts raised on a trio of hoof feet, hallmarked underside; the plain condiment spoons with circular bowls made in Sheffield and Birmingham
Silver weight: 85gr
Height: 4.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 30-50

159
A MASSIVE GEORGE III EMBOSSED STERLING SILVER SOUP TUREEN
London 1818, with maker's mark for John & Henry Lias
Of compressed rectangular form with a conforming lid and cast ring handle, profusely embossed and chased throughout with flora upon a textured ground, with lion's head mounts and paw feet and bearing a contemporary coat of arms and inscription; hallmarked underside and short end of lid
Silver weight: 4076gr
Height: 27cm Length: 37cm Width: 26cm

 14000-18000

160
A MONUMENTAL ITALIAN STERLING SILVER BASIN
Post 1968 Alessandria, with maker's mark of a crown above an A
Of oval lobed form embellished with shells, leafy forms and bursting fruits, having a textured ribbed collar and a pierced acanthus and anthemion rim, with decorated scroll handles and raised on a conforming base and four feet; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 4520gr Height: 28.5cm Length: 68cm Width: 35cm

 7500-9000

161
A SPANISH .915 SILVER SWEET MEAT GOBLET
Post 1934, with pentagram mark and indistinct maker's mark
An elaborate everted fluted goblet with a floral cushion border, twin leafy scroll handles and supported by a pair of cast bow neck swans to a lemon squeezer base; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 139gr
Height: 14.5cm

 100-200

162
A GERMAN SILVER DISH AND A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER SUGAR TONGS
Post 1886 German silver mark, with maker's stamp A; late 19th century, with Minerva 2 standard and mark HD with clover, probably Henri Demey
A reticulated oval dish with festoons and arcade motifs; a pair of claw tongs with an oriental stylised floral emblem and ribbon twists; hallmarked
Silver weight: 307gr Length: 25.5cm Width: 21cm (dish)

 200-400

163
A GEORGE VI FIVE PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1938 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Mappin & Webb
Comprising a teapot, coffee pot, hot water jug, covered sugar bowl and milk jug, each of octagonal urn shaped form moulded in relief with restrained beading, lappets, and fan and pendant motifs, the domed lids with bud finials; hallmarked to the bodies
Total weight: 3506gr
Height: 26.5cm and smaller

 4000-6000

164
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER FOUR BRANCH TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1900-1912 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walter Latham & Son
A striking electric light with a Corinthian column surmounted by a waisted knopped section issuing four curvaceous acanthus decorated arms supporting flower petal nozzles; marks to upper section and base, date mark rubbed
Height: 63.5cm

 2000-4000

165
A FINE CRESTED PAIR OF GEORGE III SOLID STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1773 London, with maker's mark, I.C for probably John Carter
Of refined and elegant slim knopped design with beaded decoration to the removable pans, nozzles, knops and square bases, crested to the pans and bases; crisply hallmarked to the interior rims, other engraved marks underside
Silver weight: 1389gr
Height: 27cm

 6000-10000

166
A PAIR OF GEORGE III CRESTED STERLING SILVER SAUCE TUREENS
1800 London, rubbed maker's marks
Heavy gauge boat shaped tureens with long sweeping square bracket handles, gadroons to the rim and foot and domed lids with threaded loop twig form handles, lids and bodies with rooster crests and partial hallmarks
Silver weight: 1443gr
Height: 12.5cm Width: 23cm

 4000-8000

167
A SMALL JUGENDSTIL .800 SILVER SWEETMEAT BASKET
Post 1886 Germany, with maker's trademark for Martin Meyer of Mainz
A pierced and lobed rectangular dish with stretched corners and an arching conforming fixed handle, decorated throughout with strappy leaves, flower stems and a stylised border of flowers; hallmarks underside
Silver weight: 107gr
Height: 9.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 80-120

168
A STERLING SILVER HINGED SUGAR BASIN
1913 Sheffield, with maker's mark HA for Atkin Bros.
Of compressed oval form with a shaped applied thread rim, a domed lid with cup and cover finial, and a shaped skirt and four feet; hallmarked
Silver weight: 238gr
Height: 11cm Width: 11cm

 100-200

169
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALVER
1769 London, with maker's mark E.C with pellet, probably Elizabeth Cooke
A salver with a pie crust, shell and scroll rim and raised on a trio of hoof feet, centred with a contemporary engraved armorial; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 238gr
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 300-400

170
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1856 London, with maker's mark for Daniel and Charles Houle
A baluster pot with a low domed lid and a cast floral finial, having a 'C' scroll handle with vegetal mounts and ivory insulators and a spout of lavish scrolling form, engraved with acanthus scrolls and patterns to the upper body and lid; hallmarked to lid, handle, and underside
Silver weight: 435gr
Height: 13.5cm Width: 22cm

 450-650

171
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SALVER
1742 London, partial maker's mark for John Barbe with prominent pellet
A small salver or card tray with a pie crust and anthemion border and raised on three whorl feet, centred with a contemporary engraved armorial; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 235gr
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 300-400

172
A THREE DRAWER OAK CANTEEN WITH A PART MIXED STERLING SILVER CUTLERY SERVICE, AND OTHER STERLING AND PLATE ACCESSORIES
19th century and after, various makers, base setting for six plus many extras
In mostly Hanoverian and Old English patterns, with forks, dessert spoons, mixed tea and coffee spoons, thirty one ivorine handle steel blade dinner and entree knives, soup or serving spoons, other; hallmarked
Silver weight: 1874gr (excluding plated wares)

 1000-2000

173
A STERLING SILVER WINE COASTER, A SET OF SIX .833 SILVER BAR SPOONS AND FIVE SMALL STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
London 2000, with maker's mark for M.C Hersey & Son; other 20th century
A reticulated wine coaster with a timber base; a cased set of long wrythen handle spoons each with novelty fruit finials, marked .833 with anchor and crescent marks; five plain small napkin rings, marked. 925 and HF
Total weight: 233gr Length: 19cm (spoons)

 50-100

174
A PAIR OF CASED STERLING SILVER TOAST RACKS
1937 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Viner's Ltd (Emile Viner)
The gothic arch racks with central shaped carry handles; hallmarked to long sides and housed in the original silk lined case
Silver weight: 103gr
Height: 8cm Length: 8cm Width: 4.5cm

 60-100

175
A CASED SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER COFFEE SPOONS
1965 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall
Elegant spoons with elongated bowls, thread edged stems and trefid finials; hallmarked underside and housed in the original presentation case
Silver weight: 60gr
Length: 9.5cm

 30-50

176
THREE CASED SETS OF DANISH SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL DEMI-TASSE SPOONS
Circa: 1960s, with maker's marks for Meka Sterling Denmark
Two identical harlequin sets with leafy terminals, the other harlequin set with clover designs; all hallmarked to stems
Total weight: 168gr
Length: 9cm

 100-200

177
A FINE SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL CANDELABRA
1961 and 1966 London with maker's marks for JCL
Each with twin scrolling reeded arms and three sconces with gadroon and stiff leaf borders to the waisted nozzles, dishes, stems and base, components hallmarked
Silver weight: 7948gr and unweighted
Height: 41cm Width: 36cm

 6000-9000

178
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG
1907 Sheffield, with maker's mark for James Deakin & Sons
The jug of tapering form with an internal optic rib, with a plain collar and low dome lid with knop and a long bracket handle, a trellis cut frieze to the body and pairs of spiral cuts; with a presentation inscription to the Rev T. Story Busher from the choir and organist of St Philip's, Alderley Edge
Height: 27cm

 200-300

179
A LARGE FREEFORM GLASS VASE BY DAUM
Mid 20th century
A heavy gauge flat based vase of triangular form with swirled and pulled extended sides, etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine to side of base
Height: 23.5cm Length: 72cm Width: 17cm

 150-250

180
A FRENCH OPALESCENT CRANBERRY AND CLEAR GLASS DECANTER
Circa: 1900
The small heavy gauge straight-sided decanter with a spiral rib décor the carinate collar and ball globe of conforming design, in cranberry colours modulating to clear, with a polished pontil
Height: 21.5cm

 80-150

181
TWO VICTORIAN RUBY GLASS ITEMS: A DISH AND A SUGAR CASTER
19th century
A dish of bottle coaster shape with an internal optic rib and an applied floral clear glass rim together with a facet cut caster with a pierced silver plated lid
Height: 14.5cm (sugar caster)

 50-80

182
A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN CAMEO GLASS LUSTRES
20th century, probably Czech Crystalex
The white cased ruby pair, of typical form with shaped stems, a scalloped dish with eight bead and arrow point lustres, with gilded borders and painted floral decoration throughout
Height: 24cm

 100-200

183
TWO GLASS PLATES, A SABINO OPALESCENT GLASS CAT MINIATURE AND ONE OTHER
Mid 20th century
Two matching plates with etched cartouches and simple scenes of a church, bird and deer, a signed seated press moulded cat, and an unmarked spread winged eagle
Diameter: 20.5cm (plates)

 30-50

184
A LALIQUE 'DAMPIERRE' PEDESTAL VASE
Designed circa: 1948, with mark of Lalique France
The heavy gauge urn form vase with a frieze of satin frosted small birds and vine moulded ribs in high relief, etched mark underside
Height: 12cm

 150-250

185
A NOVELTY MURANO GLASS CLOWN ASHTRAY
With a cased body, colours and foil inclusions, the hands serving as cigarette rests, with a polished base; clown can stand when not in use; unmarked
Height: 10cm Length: 21.5cm Width: 12cm

 40-50

186
A MURANO GLASS 'GONDOLIAN' GENTLEMAN CANDLESTICK
A kneeling figure in 18th century attire in a mint green controlled bubble frock coat with elaborate white frills to the cuffs and front matched by extravagant boots, with aventurine inclusions upon a solid scallop edge base with snapped pontil; repair to arm
Height: 31cm

 20-30

187
AN ANTIQUE GLOBE AND SHAFT CRYSTAL DECANTER
Late 19th century
Of typical form with a facet cut body and a long facet cut neck, with a hollow conforming globe stopper
Height: 39cm

 60-100

188
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL SWAN RING DISH
Mid 20th century, with etched signature
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted swan to the centre; marked verso
Height: 5.5cm

 100-200

189
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL BIRD RING DISH
Later 20th century, with etched signature and registration mark
A small shallow clear dish with a central long tailed bird; marked verso
Height: 10cm

 120-150

190
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL ANTELOPE RING DISH
Later 20th century, with etched signature and registration mark
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted antelope with curled antlers; marked verso
Height: 9cm

 100-200

191
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL ANTELOPE RING DISH
Mid 20th century, with etched signature
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted antelope with curled antlers; marked verso
Height: 9.5cm

 120-150

192
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL DECANTER
Circa: 1900
The decanter with a conical body decorated with concentric rings and a lens cut bunch of grapes design, surmounted by a spear shaped stopper with a trapped bubble motif, with a plain brass mount and polished flat base
Height: 25cm

 30-50

193
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL DECANTER
Mid 20th century
Of elegant facet cut tapering form, with a waisted diamond cut globe stopper, with a polished pontil
Height: 28cm

 60-80

194
THREE ROYAL DOULTON CRYSTAL CARAFES AND A MATCHING DECANTER
Elegant tapering carafes with diamond and navette cuts to the low registers; stencil marks to each; and a square section whiskey decanter of conforming design, apparently unmarked
Height: 28cm and smaller

 50-100

195
A PAIR OF WATERFORD CRYSTAL COLOURED HOCK GLASSES
In Clarendon pattern, the upper body in ruby with carved bead borders and lens cuts, the diamond cut clear lower body above a faceted stem; stencil mark to each
Height: 20cm

 50-80

196
A BACCARAT VASE
A heavy gauge facet cut fan vase, etched mark of Baccarat to the foot and stencil mark underside
Height: 18.5cm

 80-140

197
A BACCARAT VASE
A heavy gauge swollen quatrefoil shaped vase, etched mark of Baccarat to the lower body and stencil mark underside
Height: 22cm

 80-140

198
A WATERFORD CRYSTAL VASE
A flaring vase with long vertical slice cuts enclosing ribbons of chevron navettes; stencil mark underside to the starburst base
Height: 25cm

 100-160

199
NINE SHERRY GLASSES IN TWO PATTERNS
Of modern design, comprising a set of six brandy balloon shaped sherry glasses with a navette border with trailing tails; and three knopped stem sherry glasses with flat bottomed bowls, with a chevron deep cut border
Heights: 9cm and 7.5cm

 30-50

200
SIX WATERFORD WINE GLASSES
In Sheila pattern with long slice cuts and faceted stems, and comprising five large glasses and one slightly smaller; with stencil marks to each
Height: 17.5cm

 100-120

201
A SUITE OF FOURTEEN VAL ST LAMBERT CRYSTAL CHAMPAGNE OR COCKTAIL COUPES
Circa: early 1950s Belgium, probably Daria pattern now discontinued
With six petal facet cuts to the lower body and a tapering faceted step to a spreading base; stencil mark to base of most
Height: 14cm

 200-250

202
TWO ENGRAVED CRYSTAL BOWLS
1980s
A 1980 Elizabeth of Glamis commemorative pedestal bowl with an etched rose design, marked A.O 196/200, and; a 1984 heavy gauge presentation bowl of plain form with inscription to bowl and signed indistinctly underside
Height: 16cm Diameter: 19cm and smaller

 100-150

203
A DAUM NANCY BLUE MARBLED GOBLET VASE
Early 20th century
The vase with a waisted neck raised on a short pedestal, in marbled sky blue with yellow ochre flecks and controlled 'random' cobalt wave and crescent shapes above a yellow flecked cobalt base; mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine to foot
Height: 25cm

 500-800

204
A LE VERRE FRANCAIS CASED GLASS 'SORREL LEAVES' PEDESTAL VASE
Circa: 1918-20, with Berlingot flag signature
A slender baluster vase with a small neck and everted rim with an overlaid deep collar in Prussian green modulating to orange tan colours and lightly etched with overlapping leaves upon a mottled lemon to orange ground; 'candy cane' signature and a polished pontil
Height: 39cm

 800-1200

205
A VINTAGE CUT CRYSTAL AND GILT BRONZE TABLE LAMP
A columnar lamp upon a squared base with strawberry diamond cuts throughout and engine turned mounts and paw feet, the cream shade with applied border of faux leather gold leaves
Height: 97cm

 50-100

206
A MULLER FRÈRES LUNEVILLE FROSTED AND CASED VASE
Circa: 1925
A tapering ovoid vase with a short waisted neck in golden yellow flecked with aubergine brown and orange, modulating to chocolate tones towards the base; polished signature to the lower body
Height: 13.5cm

 200-400

207
A VERLYS OPALESCENT GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s
A press moulded tulip shape vase with six lobes separated by wishbone style ribs upon a cushion profile waisted foot, with relief mark of Verlys France to the base of the interior
Height: 20cm

 300-600

208
A MOULDED ART DECO SMOKY BROWN GLASS VASE BY LORRAIN
Circa: 1930s
Of compressed ovoid form in clear and frosted glass, with fifteen lobes interspersed with ribs and a frieze of clear raised ribs between frosted and clear facets; painted mark of Lorrain underside
Height: 20.5cm

 300-500

209
AN ART DECO WHITE METAL AND GLASS DESK LAMP
Circa: 1920s
The base of architectural form with a slightly swollen fluted stem to a lemon squeezer and faceted support above a lobed base with textured flutes and broad ribs, the heavy gauge pale amethyst mushroom shade with a radiating motif to the top and floral designs to the skirt
Height: 47cm Diameter: 35cm

 800-1200

210
A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN CRYSTAL TWO BRANCH CANDELABRUM
Mid 20th century
The cut crystal candelabrum with a facet cut tapering stem with a dish and finial and twin scrolling arms, with swags and arrow prisms; marker's stamp to mount
Height: 50cm

 50-100

211
A SET OF TWELVE DAUM CRYSTAL KNIFE RESTS
Mid 20th century
Clear rectangular section and fluted rests, each stencil marked Daum to one end and housed in the original presentation case
Length: 9.5cm

 80-120

212
A LALIQUE 'ARRAS' CRYSTAL PLATE
Circa: 1943, model 10-3053
A clear plate with a circular arrangement of barley heads in low relief, etched script signature of Lalique France underside
Diameter: 23cm

 50-100

213
AN OPALESCENT ART DECO GLASS CHARGER BY EZAN
Circa: 1930s
A stipple ground press moulded charger with four pairs of mirror image birds perched on fruiting branches, with a frosted foot rim and base; relief moulded signature of Ezan France
Height: 6cm Diameter: 32cm

 200-400

214
AN AMETHYST AND CLEAR GLASS ART DECO COMPORT BY SCHNEIDER
Circa: 1930s
A shallow bowl of deep amethyst colour modulating to clear, with a series of radiating bubble and rough stippled irregular ribs with semi-circular motifs near the rim, upon a heavy base with stencil mark of Schneider
Height: 8cm Diameter: 35.5cm

 200-400

215
A SMOKY GLASS ART DECO CHARGER BOWL BY VERLYS
Circa: 1930s
The broad flat rimmed charger with a central bowl, having a clear border and tiers of clear bordered petals enclosing frosted and stippled stylised leaf patterns, the relief moulded signature of Verlys France to the centre
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 37.5cm

 200-400

216
A PAIR OF CUT GLASS LAMPS WITH SHADES
The waisted flaring lamps decorated throughout with borders of prism and emerald cuts upon gold bases, with near white gathered conical shades
Height: 57cm

 150-250

217
A WATERFORD 'ROMANCE OF IRELAND' COLLECTION CRYSTAL VASE
A pedestal vase with a gently flaring castellated rim with prism cuts, the body with slender navettes and diamond points, stencil mark underside to the starburst base; with box
Height: 28cm

 100-200

218
A VINTAGE FRENCH BRASS AND BLACK GLASS LAMP WITH SHADE
Circa: 1950s
Of compressed pear shape upon a brass base and decorated with floral and strawberry designs in gilt and white enamel colours, with a cream silk straight-sided shade and European electrical fittings
Height: 58cm

 80-120

219
A ROYAL COPENHAGEN VASE
1969-1974 period
A large baluster vase with a gently waisted neck and sloping collar, decorated with cyclamens and a dragon fly in a typically muted blue and dove grey, sage and dusky pink palette; blue wavy lines, decorator's marks and numerals, backstamp underside, label also
Height: 25.5cm

 40-80

220
A STAFFORDSHIRE POT POURRI AND A ROYAL WORCESTER EWER
1892 and 1903
A moulded ovoid pot-pourri with floral decoration and a pierced silver plated embossed cap, and; a tapering blush ivory ewer with a reed and ribbon gilt handle, applied gilt flora to the upper register and floral sprays to the body; puce mark underside; backstamps to both; as found
Height: 25.5cm and smaller

 50-100

221
AN IMPRESSIVE CABBAGE MOULDED MASK JUG
Probably later 18th century, maker not identified but in the Caughley style
A crisply moulded jug of typical bulbous form with a blue transferware design of wild roses and other flora and butterflies, unmarked
Height: 29.5cm

 400-600

222
A HEREND 'ROTHSCHILD BIRD' PLATE AND ONE OTHER
Mid 20th century, pattern 1525
The Herend plate with osier and spiral moulding centrally decorated with two birds on a branch with a pearl necklace and sprigged with insects, blue backstamp and impressed marks underside; and a Continental cake plate transfer decorated with birds and oriental peony; painted gold anchor mark
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 80-140

223
A PAIR OF PORCELAIN LILY PAD PLATES
Early 20th century, pattern 4741, faint impressed dots and possibly tally marks
The lily pad shaped plates with embossed decoration and a gilt dentil border, both decorated with exotic birds and floral emblems; painted pattern marks, a trio of impressed dots and other numeric or alphabetical marks
Diameter: 22.5cm

 50-80

224
A ROYAL WORCESTER 'BLIND EARL' TAZZA AND TWO DISHES
Later 20th century, now discontinued
A commemorative re-issue of 'The Blind Earl' comprising a scalloped tazza and conforming dishes with crabstock handles and enamel decoration in low relief; gold backstamps underside
Height: 13cm Diameter: 24cm (tazza)

 80-140

225
A GROUP OF FIVE CAPODIMONTE TUMBLING PUTTI
20th century
The individual white glazed putti in various poses; blue stamp underside to each
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 30-50

226
A PAIR OF BRASS MOUNTED CAPODIMONTE PORCELAIN PUTTI
20th century
White glazed putti on tree trunk supports and both holding a garland of flowers, on flower encrusted waisted bases in pierced and cast supports with leafy feet; blue marks to each and Certificates of Origin
Height: 22.5cm

 30-50

227
A PARIS PORCELAIN GILT AND ENAMEL DECORATED PEDESTAL VASE
Late 19th century
An ovoid vase with moulded flying ring handles, a waisted neck and broad cup form rim, raised on a circular socle and a square base; decorated to one reserve with an ecclesiastical figure and an angel, a landscape scene to the reverse with a fisherman and a Romanesque building
Height: 23cm

 80-100

228
AN ART DECO FIELDINGS CROWN DEVON ROUGE LUSTRE VASE
1930s, pattern 5099
The globular beehive shaped vase with asymmetrically applied circles and decorated with fantastic plumed birds flying through stylised scrolling and dotted foliage in gilt and enamel colours upon a mottled ground; gold backstamp underside, impressed mark, pattern number
Height: 16.5cm

 50-100

229
TWO FRENCH PORCELAIN PEDESTAL VASES
19th to early 20th century
A trumpet neck baluster vase with twin gilded swan handles, with enamel decorated floral arrangements to gilt cartouches on a teal ground, spurious Sevres mark underside; and a lidded blue vase of ogee profile with moulded scroll handles and a floral frieze with gilt trims; crossed feather marks
Height: 23cm and smaller

 30-50

230
A LARGE PARIS PORCELAIN SCENT BOTTLE
Early 20th century
A square section and shaped baluster bottle with a stepped collar and a lobed flattened stopper, decorated with pairs of floral and gilded panels and gilt borders and trims on a turquoise ground; stamp underside
Height: 13cm

 50-100

231
A MOORCROFT BOTTLE VASE
1992
The tubelined vase with an Arts and Crafts stained glass effect, decorated with stylised maroon flowers to the neck and four blue mauve flowers to the body, the rim and base in black green colours; impressed stamps underside with 'candlestick' date cipher
Height: 17cm

 80-120

232
A SMALL MOORCROFT VASE
1996
The small ovoid vase with a gently waisted neck and foot rim, tubelined and decorated in a traditional purple maroon palette with flowers and sage green foliage upon an ink blue ground; backstamp, 'gate' date cipher, incised GJ mark and other markings
Height: 10cm

 80-120

233
AN ANTIQUE PORCELAIN COVERED PEDESTAL FLASK VASE
Later 19th century
The Renaissance Revival compressed vase with a domed cover polychrome decorated on an apricot ground with fancy birds and floral and gilt trims, twin moulded devil's heads with long horns in white and gilt to the sides; unmarked
Height: 31cm

 50-100

234
A MOORCROFT BALUSTER VASE
1994, numbered 331/500
The vase with a flaring base, tubelined and decorated with yellow, maroon and blue roses and foliage upon a modulating light to deep Prussian green ground, impressed stamps underside with 'eye' date cipher and decorator's Mark
Height: 27.5cm

 150-220

235
A BOLD ART DECO ONNAING OF FRANCE CERAMIC VASE
Circa: 1930s, pattern 866
Of striking angular truncated form with pairs of protruding triangular wings, vibrantly decorated with triangle borders, diamonds and tiers of fan shapes in mid blue, amber yellow, white and black; impressed marks underside
Height: 26.5cm

 80-100

236
TWO CABBAGE MOULDED MASK JUGS IN THE MANNER OF CAUGHLEY
Late 18th century
The jugs in two sizes with blue transferware designs, the larger with wild roses, convolvulus and other blooms with butterflies, with repair to base and open crescent mark; the smaller with differing bouquets and unmarked
Heights: 15.5cm and 23cm

 300-500

237
THREE PLATES: A BLOOR DERBY IMARI PAIR, HAMMERSLEY & CO
1825-1848 period, later mark with centred crown; 1895
A pair of scalloped and gadrooned plates in a typical blue, red, gold and orange imari palette, red stamps underside, and; a floral plate, pattern 4905 with a moulded cobalt rim with gilded decoration; impressed mark underside, pattern and registration mark
Diameter: 26cm and smaller

 30-50

238
TWO VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER COMMEMORATIVE PLATES
1887 and 1896
A Golden Jubilee plate with a blue transfer design and a profile portrait of Queen Victoria; and an 1896 dual portrait plate of the Mayor and Mayoress of Worcester, Earl Beauchamp and Lady Mary Lygon, in sepia and purple tones; backstamps underside to both
Diameter: 27cm

 30-50

239
A GROUP OF SIX CAPODIMONTE PORCELAIN FIGURES
Mid 20th century, Italy
A boy and girl putti pair upon tree trunk bases, two cupids on Rococo bases, a girl with a hound, and a semi reclining youth holding a rose; marks underside to all
Height: 17.5cm and smaller

 30-50

240
AN ART DECO LONGWY OF FRANCE TRIANGULAR CERAMIC BOX
Circa: 1930s, with 1890-1948 armorial and holly mark, pattern D5399
A triangular covered box with ribbed canted corners, decorated in low relief with stylised enamel flowers in maroon, blue, teal and yellow colours upon a chalky pink ground, with green backstamp and pattern number underside
Height: 5.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 100-200

241
A LATE VICTORIAN ENGLISH MAJOLICA OWL PITCHER
Late 19th century
A moulded pitcher with lead glazes in brown, mid green and sponged rose colours, with an integral twig form handle; unmarked
Height: 24.5cm

 100-150

242
A FRENCH ONNAING MAJOLICA PIG PITCHER, 'MAITRE D'HOTEL'
1894-1938 period, pattern 737
A suitably attired pig hotel manager wearing a floppy bonnet, an apron and carrying a towel and a bottle, his chair back serving as the scrolling handle, in semi transparent tan, green and white glazes with touches of pink; impressed mark of Onnaing underside and pattern number
Height: 26.5cm

 150-250

243
A PAIR OF DUTCH DELFT CASHMERE VASES IN THE ORIENTAL MANNER
Circa: 1900
Ribbed and octagonal high shouldered baluster vases with waisted bases and conforming dome covers with acorn finials, decorated with floral lappets and ruyi motifs, the bodies profusely decorated with peacocks, other birds and insects in a floral water garden landscape, in a blue, soft green and orange yellow palette upon a cashmere ground; blue script mark underside
Height: 43cm

 500-1000

244
A MIXED GROUP OF PORCELAIN ITEMS: TEA AND TRINKET WARES
A Royal Worcester 'Carnation' coffee can and saucer; an Epiag of Czechoslovakia coffee can and saucer; a transferware milk jug; a Wedgwood green jasper and white slip trinket dish; a pierced and flower encrusted Continental trinket box and cover in polychrome enamels and gilt
Height: 9.5cm (jug)

 30-50

245
AN ENGLISH POTTERY FACTORY MUSICAL TANKARD
Mid 20th century
The moulded tankard in pastel colours upon a lemon ground depicting Stirling Castle and Tarbet, the handle with entwined flora, bagpipes and flora; in working order and marked Made in England underside
Height: 17cm

 50-100

246
A FRENCH FAIENCE ASPARAGUS DISH IN THE MANNER OF ONNAING
Late 19th to early 20th century
A rectangular dish with osier, grapevine and asparagus moulding in emerald, olive, and touches of mauve and maroon colours, with a removable pierced drainer tray, impressed mark 'A' and etched possibly later crossed marks, indistinct painted marks underside
Height: 7cm Length: 37.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 80-100

247
A GROUP OF SIX ROYAL CROWN DERBY IMARI WARES
Circa: 1915-1930s, pattern 1128
A fluted plate, two dessert dishes, a small scallop edged dish and two small side plates, the latter pair with some wear, all in the typical imari palette, backstamps to all and variously dated with ciphers and registration marks
Diameter: 22.5cm and smaller

 100-150

248
A ROYAL DOULTON BONE CHINA SPANIEL
Circa: 1930s, pattern HN 1002
A rare large size spaniel in tan and white colours, with green backstamp underside, pattern number and decorator's mark
Height: 16.5cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-150

249
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN DANCING FIGURINE
19th century, probably German Sitzendorf style
A Rococo dancing lady in a mauve gown looped with yellow rose garlands in relief, with a feathered headpiece and raised on a moulded scrolling base; rubbed base with apparently re-applied hatch mark
Height: 25cm

 80-140

250
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN AND CRYSTAL LAMP BASE
Mid 20th century
With a flower encrusted tripod base and an animated cupid in high relief, the upper section with a gilded boss, beads and tapered facet cut spears; stamp underside
Height: 35.5cm

 50-80

251
A ROSENTHAL VASE
1943-1948 period
The globular vase with a conical neck, decorated with pine cones and needle foliage decoration on a muted ombré cream and sage satin ground; green backstamp of the period underside
Height: 21cm

 50-100

252
TWO PARIS PORCELAIN CORNUCOPIAS, ONE IN THE MANNER OF JACOB PETIT
19th century
The Rococo moulded vases, one in sky blue with white and gilt enrichments, marked Paris Porcelain with feathered arrow marks underside, and; an unmarked Jacob Petit style vase finely decorated to the horn with fruits, flora and gilt paste enrichments upon a blue celeste ground, the remainder in white and cream picked out in gilt
Height: 29cm Width: 22cm

 1500-2500

253
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN BOOTHS SILICON CHINA TUREENS
Circa: 1906, retailed through Waring & Gillows, London
Shaped square tureens with stepped dome covers with moulded floral finials and leafy mounts, transfer decorated with sprigs and swags united by scallop shells to the corners, impressed mark of Booths, retailer's stamp to one
Height: 15cm Length: 24cm Width: 24cm

 50-80

254
A FINE JOHN CAMPBELL MULTI-COLOURED DRIP GLAZED BOWL
1933, signed John Campbell
The squat ovoid pot richly glazed in teal, cobalt and chocolate colours upon an amber ground, with deep puddles of colour to the interior, marked 10L
Height: 9cm Diameter: 15cm

 100-150

255
TWO FINE JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED VASES
1933 and 1935, both signed John Campbell Tasmania
A globular vase with a waisted neck, marked 13L, and a slender barrel shaped vase with distinctive high set looping handles with broad leafy mounts, marked J.I, both in fine emerald and teal glazes with hints of amber
Height: 21cm and smaller

 150-250

256
TWO FINE JOHN CAMPBELL GREEN DRIP GLAZED RIBBED VASES
1935, both items signed and dated
An ovoid vase with an everted rim, marked 39.S underside; and a waisted vase with distinctive high set ear form handles, and marked 42.M, both with narrow concentric ribs in rich emerald and teal colours with hints of yellow
Height: 18.5cm and smaller

 150-250

257
A LARGE JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED VASE
1934, signed John Campbell, Tas
The ovoid pot with a waisted neck and collar rim, streaked in yellow colours modulating to amber and chocolate tones, the rim and interior lip with mottled and streaked russet colours; marked 2.L
Height: 18.5cm

 100-150

258
TWO JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED ITEMS: A SMALL POT AND A JUG
1930s, both signed John Campbell Tasmania
An ovoid jug in a pale sky-blue glaze with lightly sponged yellow hints, mark of D.I underside; and a small ovoid pot in sky blue with a black drip feathery glaze
Height: 9.5cm (jug)

 80-100

259
A LARGE GREEN JOHN CAMPBELL BEEHIVE RIB DRIP GLAZED VASE
1930s, faint mark of John Campbell Tasmania
A waisted ovoid vase with a broad everted rim, glazed in green, aqua colours with muted chocolate streaks with aubergine flecks
Height: 28cm

 80-120

260
A JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED JUG AND BOWL
1933 and similar, both signed John Campbell, one marked Tasmania
An ovoid jug with an applied ribbed handle with spur, vibrantly glazed in russet, amber and mint green streaks and flames; and a squat ovoid bowl with amber gold streaks and mottled russet tones to the rim and interior, marked 10L
Height: 12.5cm (jug)

 120-180

261
A FINE JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED LOW BOWL
1933, signed and dated
A broad cushion profile bowl richly glazed in emerald, teal and amber colours
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 19.5cm

 100-150

262
A GROUP OF FOUR JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP AND SPONGE GLAZED WARES
1934 (two), others similar, all signed
All in green and aqua colours comprising a large beaker with handle; an ovoid pot with a rolled rim, marked B 23; a lighter toned similar pot with a waisted neck marked 8.5; and a squat two handled pot and cover in a soft sponged glaze marked 10.S
Height: 9cm (beaker)

 100-150

263
TWO JOHN CAMPBELL DRIP GLAZED VASES
1930s, both signed John Campbell Tasmania
A pear-shaped vase in rich green colours modulating to brown and cream tones with long streaks and random mottled puddles, marked IL underside; and a brown and cream drip glazed concentric rib vase with an everted rim, marked 42.S
Height: 20.5cm and smaller

 120-150

264
A PAIR OF BRONZE AND PORCELAIN VASES WITH FIXED DOME COVERS
19th century
The imari porcelain baluster vases in the typical ink blue, iron red and gilt palette supported on Neoclassical shaped bases with laurel borders, crimped rims to the covers and flame finials
Height: 36cm

 500-800

265
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER COVERED BOX
Late Qing Dynasty to Republic Era, 1880-1920, with workshop stamp for
Kwong Man Shing, Hong Kong and Canton
A cylindrical box with a low dome fitted lid decorated throughout with repousse bamboo foliage upon a lightly textured blackened ground; stamped KMS with characters in a cartouche underside
Silver weight: 171 gr Height: 9cm

 100-200

266
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Comprising an elderly fisherman with his cormorant and another figure feeding a crane, inked and hand coloured in muted tones, identical signatures underside
Height: 5.5cm and smaller

 400-500

267
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Comprising a courtly figure with a small leaping animal, with engraved and inked costume in black and brown colours, and; a peasant figure holding a bird of prey, a toad on a stool at his foot, both signed underside
Height: 5.5cm

 450-650

268
A CHINESE CELADON JADE HORSE
A recumbent horse with its legs tucked beneath its body, the head inclined towards the back and having simple incised details; provenance: sold at Sotheby's Australia, 5/6 April 2011 as Lot 155
Height: 4.5cm Width: 11cm

 5000-8000

269
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE JADE VASE WITH COVER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A pedestal vase of rectangular baluster form with a domed cover and lion finial, the waisted neck with mythical creature and ring handles, and faces with taotie decoration carved in low relief; displayed upon a timber stand; provenance: sold at Sotheby's Australia 5/6 April 2011 as Lot 153
Height: 16.5cm

 1000-2000

270
A PAIR OF SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN CUP DISHES
20th century
The low cups with broad flat bases continuously decorated with auspicious peach branches to the exterior and scrolling bands and a central roundel to the centre, in deep plum red and white colours flecked with emerald and bearing apocryphal Ming marks underside
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 8.5cm

 300-500

271
A CHINESE SILVER INCENSE HOLDER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century, with workshop stamp
The small holder richly repousse and chased with a writhing dragon and a tiger upon a lightly textured ground and supported by a trio of scrolling dragon figures; character mark to cartouche underside
Silver Weight: 80gr Height: 12.5cm

 400-500

272
A CHINESE FAMILLE VERTE CRACKLEWARE BOTTLE VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
A long necked globular vase with female figures and a small child attendant engaged in a narrative in a rockwork garden landscape, with chevron borders to the rim and lappets border to the lower section; a red bordered four-character stamp underside
Height: 25cm

 60-100

273
A CHINESE REPUBLIC ERA INK TABLET
Circa: 1920s
The elongated rectangular tablet with relief archaistic borders and exquisite fine relief script to one face, a red seal and gilt characters to the other
Length: 21cm Width: 6cm

 300-400

274
A PAIR OF CHINESE RED AND WHITE STONE SEALS
Circa: mid 20th century, People's Republic era
Plinth style seals with domed tops, in decorative mottled red and white stone, with carved seals and remnant ink to the bases
Length: 10cm

 300-400

275
A STRING OF CHINESE CORAL AND AGATE BEADS
Ninety-eight compressed barrel shaped coral beads with a large swollen two-tone chocolate and white agate bead, further embellished with pairs of turquoise and lapis lazuli beads
Length: 32cm

 400-600

276
A CHINESE FEATHER FAN WITH ENAMEL AND BEAD ORNAMENTS
Early 20th century
The white feather fan with a bone handle, with two enamel decorated silver butterflies to the throat and coloured beadwork
Length: 36cm Width: 24cm

 60-150

277
AN ANTIQUE SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FARMER
Edo to Meiji period, 19th century
The part painted and inked figure of an aged farmer with his spade and carrying a tied sheaf of maize, with remnant iron red, gosu blue and gilt colours; signed with three characters to a bordered red cartouche underside
Height: 18cm

 600-800

278
A CHINESE EXPORT .900 SILVER HAND MIRROR
Probably early 20th century, with rubbed workshop stamp
The hand mirror in the Western manner with an applied writhing, scaly dragon in relief to the back; stamped with rubbed English initials and character stamp, 90 to throat of handle
Length: 27cm

 50-100

279
A JAPANESE LACQUERWARE LETTER BOX
Probably early Showa period, 1930s
The red lacquer rectangular fubako decorated to the lid with fans enclosing scenes and auspicious red crested cranes in gold and matte taupe colours, the sides with muted flora and the interior in deep russet brown colours dusted with gold
Height: 5.5cm Length: 28cm Width: 8.5cm

 30-50

280
A CHINESE PERSIAN SILVER VASE
Mid 20th century, with Arabic marks
A bright baluster vase upon a footed base, profusely engraved and chased with Persian vegetal and bird motifs, interlocking knots and quatrefoils, hallmarks underside and etched mark Altay 1952 (Xinjiang North China)
Silver weight: 107gr
Height: 9.5cm

 100-200

281
A CHINESE BRONZE CLOISONNÉ VASE
The baluster vase with dual ring handles, with a wide frieze of stylised dragons and flora in colours between meandering white bands upon a teal ground, the body with repeat cast wave motifs throughout
Height: 18.5cm

 30-50

282
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER CARD CASE
20th century, marked 90 and silver
The case with a pierced and embossed cartouche to the lid, populated with birds, flora and insects, and bright cut embellishments to the corners, the reverse with a similar engraved design, marked to the reverse
Silver weight: 78gr
Length: 10cm Width: 6.5cm

 300-400

283
A JAPANESE BRONZE RETICULATED 'CRAB POT' VASE
Meiji period, late 19th to early 20th century
The baluster vase with an inner core in rough textured blackened bronze, the outer layer emulating woven cane, with waves to the base and a collar of spilling water, a small crab to the outside and a trapped crab
Height: 24cm

 150-250

284
A POLYCHROME ENAMEL CHINESE FLOOR VASE
The bottle vase decorated with four roundels decorated with bats and stylised flora in mint green, lemon, red, blue and black colours upon a similarly embellished aqua crackleware ground between key fret, vegetal and lappet borders; apocryphal Qianlong mark underside
Height: 45.5cm

 500-800

285
A JAPANESE BRONZE JARDINIERE
Probably first half 20th century
The heavy gauge pot with naturalistic grapevines and fruits in dull and contrasting burnished colours in high relief upon a near black hammered ground; three character mark to cartouche underside
Height: 22cm Diameter: 34cm

 100-200

286
A CHINESE SILK EMBROIDERY
Probably early 20th century
A hand embroidered panel depicting three tiers of figures engaged in narratives in garden settings, in blue silk thread with other highlights upon a cream silk field, framed with fabric borders and a gilt bamboo shaped frame
Height: 64cm Width: 24.5cm

 30-50

287
A GILT BRONZE MOUNTED SATSUMA LAMP BASE
Meiji period, later 19th century
The lamp with pairs of figural and floral reserves in chalky aqua, mushroom and orange colours with gilt paste and moriage enamel enrichments within brocaded borders, with cast mounts and vintage European electrical fittings and a cast and pierced base
Height: 41cm

 400-800

288
A FINE CHINESE WHITE JADE NECKLACE AND TRADITIONAL CASE
Eighteen slightly irregular elongated creamy white 'mutton fat' beads separated by small black beads, with a parrot beak clasp and housed in a lined brass and enamel decorated torus shaped box with kakiemon sprigs upon an ochre diaper ground
Length: 69cm (beads) Height: 5cm Diameter: 14cm (case)

 2000-3000

289
A CHINESE CRACKLEWARE DISH AND A POLYCHROME CUP AND SAUCER
Early 20th century
A polychrome crackleware dish with a brown unglazed border decorated with horsemen and foot soldiers engaged in a battle, marked to a cartouche underside; and a simply decorated floral cup and saucer, with a Buddhist knot stamp underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 40cm

 100-140

290
A CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION TEAPOT
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
Of typical cylindrical form with a recessed lid, and collar loops attached to a wirework handle, profusely decorated with figures and birds in shaped cartouches upon a richly embellished gilt, floral and insect sprigged ground
Height: 14cm

 40-80

291
A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with mark of Hodota below the shimazu family crest
A baluster vase decorated with two figural narrative scenes, one depicting ladies in a garden pavilion, the other with samurai in typical attire, in muted enamels with delicate gilt paste enrichments upon a gilded cobalt ground; black bordered mark underside
Height: 19cm

 200-300

292
A ZITAN BRUSH POT
A brush pot of generous size and slight waisted form
Height: 19cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 600-800

293
A PAIR OF CHINESE IMARI PLATES
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to 20th century
The underglaze blue fluted plates both decorated in a typical palette with a central basket of flowers and reserved borders alternating stylised motifs on a blue ground, and garden vignettes upon white
Diameter: 21.5cm

 40-60

294
A CHINESE IMARI PLATE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to 20th century
An underglaze blue fluted dish decorated in a typical palette with a central floral roundel and reserved borders with alternating ruyi fungus motifs and fenced garden scenes
Diameter: 27.5cm

 30-50

295
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER FOUR TRUMPET EPERGNE
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century, with workshop stamp of Wang Hing
With Art Nouveau influence, comprising a central trumpet and a trio of smaller trumpets with cups and ruffled rims supported on entwined stems with veined arum lily leaves; stamped WH, 90 and character stamps to stem
Silver weight: 617gr
Height: 32cm

 400-500

296
A PAIR OF MORIAGE SATSUMA VASES
Meiji period 1868-1912
Baluster vases with waisted necks and bases decorated to both with Kannon and two male immortal figures in muted red, sky blue, green and terracotta colours with gilt and moriage enamel decoration, shimazu crests to the collars and script marks underside with two characters
Height: 31cm

 150-250

297
A SPINACH JADE CHINESE DISH
Of slight ogee form with a foot rim, with a fine translucency and flecked with light yellow and glaucous green colours; upon a timber display stand
Height: 5cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 80-120

298
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER FOUR TRUMPET EPERGNE ON STAND
Probably late Qing dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, unknown workshop
A central fluted trumpet and a trio of smaller trumpets engraved with kakiemon-style blossom and butterflies, with a knopped stem and spreading base; stamped S W with character marks in cartouches to foot
Silver weight: 284gr
Height: 32cm

 200-400

299
A MONUMENTAL CHINESE EARTHENWARE GARDEN BASIN
A rustic oval basin with a brown and yellow ochre fired glaze, beautifully relief decorated with horses to one long side and detailed birds in flight to the other, the shorter ends with bamboo decoration, a teal glaze to the interior and three impressed stamps to rim; provenance: Christie's Australia
Height: 55cm Length: 121cm Width: 93cm

 1000-2000

300
FRENCH SCHOOL, 20TH CENTURY
A portrait of composer Johannes Brahms
Oil on board, with monogram A:G lower right, and housed in an antique timber and gesso frame
Height: 32cm Width: 32cm (frame)

 50-80

301
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
Portrait of a lady
Oil on canvas pressed onto glass, apparently unsigned; as found and housed in an antique oval frame
Height: 54cm Width: 46cm

 100-150

302
AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED PRINT OF AN 18TH CENTURY LADY
19th century
A half portrait of a lady in a mid-blue bonnet and dress, housed in a Louis XVI cushion profile reeded frame with an elaborate ribbon crest
Height: 98cm Width: 72cm (includes frame)

 800-1200

303
AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED PRINT OF AN 18TH CENTURY LADY
19th century
A half portrait of a lady in a lace bonnet, in soft sepia tones with chalky pastel enhancements, housed in a Louis XVI cushion profile reeded frame with an elaborate ribbon crest
Height: 98cm Width: 72cm (includes frame)

 800-1200

304
MOWALJARI, DAVID (NORTH EAST KIMBERLEY SCHOOL)
Argula Spirit
Earth pigment and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, artist's name in marker pen to canvas verso
Height: 205cm Width: 98cm

 500-1000

305
AUSTRALIAN INDIGENOUS SCHOOL
Untitled, Circle of Raak Figures
Synthetic polymer on canvas, unmarked
Height: 99cm Width: 175cm

 200-400

306
MOORE, GRAHAM
'Little Russian dolls'
Oil on canvas, signed Graham Moore lower right, with artist's name and title to label verso, artist's name also to frame
Height: 70cm Width: 90cm

 300-500

307
GATES, ANNIE (1867-1946)
Roses in a vase
Oil on canvas, circular, signed A. Gates lower right
Diameter: 81cm

 300-600

308
KOIDL, GERD (B.1942)
'The Bearing of the Cross'
Clay relief, wax, oil on board, with monogram and dated '84 to base of cross; provenance: offered as Lot 60, Elder Fine Art 2/5/2010
Height: 100cm Width: 87cm

 500-800

309
OOBAGOOMA, DEREK (WORORRA TRIBE)
'Namarali', circa: 1998
Earth pigment and synthetic polymer on canvas, as found; label of authenticity with artist's name and title to stretcher; described by Vivien Anderson Gallery as 'Wandjina Within'
Height: 104cm Width: 98cm

 500-1000

310
LULPINDA, PATSY (ATTRIBUTED) (NORTH EAST KIMBERLEY SCHOOL)
Wandjina and goanna, circa: 1999
Earth pigment and synthetic polymer paint on canvas, unmarked; attribution by Vivien Anderson Gallery
Height: 58cm Width: 98cm

 200-400

311
McINNES, VIOLET M. (1892-1971)
Dahlias in a tankard
Oil on canvas board, signed Violet M McInnes lower right
Height: 55cm Width: 50cm

 1000-1500

312
SONNTAG, WILLIAM LOUIS (AMERICAN SCHOOL, 1822-1900)
Mountain Landscape 1882
Oil on canvas, signed and dated W.L. Sonntag N.A 82 lower left, housed in an antique timber gilt and gesso frame by J.H Lewis New York; a member of the National Academy of Design (N.A) Sonntag is represented in that collection, numerous American collections, National Gallery of Victoria
Height: 29cm Width: 50cm Frame dimensions: 59cm x 80cm

 2000-4000

313
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY)
Brolga in landscape
Oil on board, apparently unsigned
Height: 35.5cm Width: 48.5cm Frame dimensions: 66.5cm x 79.5cm

 100-200

314
NIELSEN, CARL CHRISTIAN PETER (B. 1861 DENMARK - 1953)
'Australian Jungle Fighters'
Oil on board, signed and dated C Nielsen 1943, title verso; exhibitor Melbourne 1888 Centennial Exhibition, member Victorian Artists' Society
Height: 51.5cm Width: 38cm

 400-600

315
NIELSEN, CARL CHRISTIAN PETER (B. 1861 DENMARK - 1953)
Rural scene
Oil on board, signed and dated C Nielsen 1930; exhibitor Melbourne 1888 Centennial Exhibition, member Victorian Artists' Society
Height: 39cm Width: 59.5cm

 400-600

316
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
Ladies and gallants in a pleasure garden
Oil on canvas in the manner of Lancret or Watteau, possibly signed lower right
Height: 60cm Width: 74cm (includes frame)

 100-300

317
MARTIN, ALAN (1928-1989)
'Tibbooburra'
Oil on canvas board, signed Martin lower right, with title and artist's name to label verso
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59.5cm (includes frame)

 100-300

318
MARTIN, ALAN (1928-1989)
Town view with cathedral
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Martin '86 lower left
Height: 40cm Width: 50cm

 100-200

319
OPRAY, TREVOR (B. 1949)
Victorian homestead
Watercolour on paper, signed Trevor Opray lower left
Height: 41cm Width: 56cm

 80-120

320
WIGLEY, JAMES VANDELEUR (1917-1999)
'St Kilda Boarding House'
Watercolour, pastel, graphite pencil and ink pen on paper, signed and titled James V Wigley lower right
Height: 52cm Width: 74.5cm

 200-300

321
BERNALDO, ALLAN THOMAS (1900-1988)
Magnolia Grandiflora in a jug
Watercolour on board, signed Allan T. Bernaldo lower left
Height: 63.5cm Width: 57cm

 600-1200

322
MATHER, SYDNEY (SYD) (B.1944)
'The Camp'
Oil on canvas, signed Syd Mather lower left
Height: 60cm Width: 75cm

 500-800

323
ROGERS?, LUKE (ACTIVE 1980s)
Woman with bouffant hair
Ink, metallic paint, watercolour and metallic cut outs on paper, signed Luke R? (probably Rogers) with monogram and dated '80
Height: 54cm Width: 75cm

 100-200

324
FRIEND, DONALD STUART LESLIE (1915-1989)
'Diane'
Watercolour on paper, titled signed and dated Donald Friend '84 upper right
Height: 51cm Width: 63cm

 2000-3000

325
LORIA, VINCENZO (ITALIAN SCHOOL 1849-1939)
'Napoli'
Watercolour on paper, signed V. Loria and titled lower right
Height: 39.5cm Width: 75cm

 240-400

326
ROGERS?, LUKE (ACTIVE 1980s)
Cat on modernist chair
Ink, metallic paint and watercolour on paper, signed Luke R? (probably Rogers) with monogram and dated '80
Height: 67cm Width: 95cm

 100-200

327
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
The Beach
Oil on canvas, unsigned; title in pencil in a later hand verso
Height: 22cm Width: 29.5cm

 100-200

328
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL (19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
Horse and dray with valley view
Oil on canvas, unsigned
Height: 29.5cm Width: 24cm

 100-200

329
NAMATJIRA, ALBERT (1902-1959)
Ghost gum and blue ranges
Watercolour on paper, signed Albert Namatjira lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 27.5cm

 10000-15000

330
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY)
Town and river scene
Watercolour wash and ink on paper, signed indistinctly and dated '97 lower right
Height: 28cm Width: 38cm

 50-100

331
VALENTI, ALFREDO (20TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL)
Street market with figures and turkey
Oil on board signed A Valenti lower left; with 1976 Italian valuation label verso
Height: 29.5cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

332
OPRAY, TREVOR (B. 1949)
Country town, and, Homestead
Watercolours on paper, signed Trevor Opray lower left to both
Height: 12cm Width: 36cm

 80-120

333
19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
'Sunset, near Ventnor Isle of Wight'
Watercolour with white heightening on brown paper, signed, possibly later or over original in pencil, Peel 1877; handwritten title to paper verso
Height: 30.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 100-200

334
FULLWOOD, ALBERT HENRY (1863-1930)
'Saturday in Smithfield Market, London...'
Oil on card, signed A.H. Fullwood lower right, with several titles and descriptions verso
Height: 53cm Width: 36cm

 100-200

335
FOSSATI, EMILIO (ITALIAN SCHOOL, ACTIVE CIRCA: 1900)
Pair of Venetian scenes
Oils on aboard, signed E. Fossati, lower right to one and lower left to the other
Height: 30cm Width: 46cm

 500-1000

336
WILKIE, LESLIE ANDREW (1879-1935)
'Miss Amy Johnson'
Oil on canvas, signed Leslie Wilkie lower left; title in pencil to stretcher verso
Height: 50cm Width: 40cm

 500-1000

337
GUARDABASSI, GUERRINO (1841-1893)
Swordsman lighting his pipe
Watercolour on paper, signed G. Guardabassi, Roma, lower left
Height: 55cm Width: 37.5cm

 400-550

338
MID 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Man, with windmill
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 59.5cm Width: 44cm

 150-300

339
KOIDL, GERD (B.1942)
'A Balancing Act'
Clay relief, wax, oil on board, unsigned; provenance: offered as Lot 61, Elder Fine Art 2/5/2010
Height: 50.5cm Width: 75.5cm

 200-300

340
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
Portrait of a gentleman
Oil on board, apparently unsigned
Height: 34.5cm Width: 31.5cm (includes frame)

 100-150

341
TWO PAINTINGS, EUROPEAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
Rural scene at night, and; Figures on a snowy road
Oils on canvas, one signed indistinctly lower left and with partial London colourman's stamp, housed in identical antique gilded frames
Height: 30.5cm Width: 35.5cm (includes frame)

 200-400

342
AN ANTIQUE SEPIA SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH
19th century
Depicting a full-length portrait of a European gentleman in Ottoman dress and holding musket
Height: 29cm Width: 22.5cm

 30-50

343
FRENCH SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY
Horse and wagon on a country lane
Oil on canvas, signed apparently Caniver lower right and housed in an Art Nouveau frame
Height: 17.5cm Width: 31.5cm

 80-100

344
HARPIGNIES, HENRI (1819-1913)
Tors with forest
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated H. Harpignies 1838 with possible place name lower left, housed in a timber frame with a name plaque; a member of the French Barbizon school Harpignies is represented in international collections including: the Metropolitan Museum New York, The National Gallery and Tate Galleries London, Musee d'Orsay Paris, NGA
Height: 12cm Width: 20cm

 200-400

345
RIOTTOT, ADOLPHE (19TH/20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Still life, vase of chrysanthemums
Oil on canvas on board, signed A Riottot lower left and housed in a gilt timber and gesso moulded frame
Height: 30cm Width: 20cm

 300-400

346
HARPIGNIES, HENRI (1819-1913)
Intimate landscape scene
Watercolour on paper, and housed in a timber frame with a name plaque below; a member of the French Barbizon school Harpignies is represented in international collections including: the Metropolitan Museum New York, The National Gallery and Tate Galleries London, Musée d'Orsay Paris, National Gallery of Australia
Height: 22cm Width: 15cm

 300-500

347
DUCHESNE, E (19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Still life, chrysanthemums in a green vase
Oil on canvas, signed and dated E Duchesne, probably 1888, lower right; unframed
Height: 49.5cm Width: 35.5cm

 150-250

348
MACDOUGALL, L (EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Tranquil river
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated L MacDougall 1902 lower left and housed in the original art nouveau moulded frame
Height: 28.5cm Width: 48.5cm

 80-140

349
HERBERT, HAROLD BROCKLEBANK (1892-1945)
Gumtree
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Harold B. Herbert 1922 lower right
Height: 28.5cm Width: 26cm

 300-450

350
POIROT, RENÉ (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
'L'Eglise...'
Water colour, ink and gouache on paper, signed and dated Rene Poirot '53; indistinct title verso
Height: 34cm Width: 50.5cm

 80-100

351
MID 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Abstract
Acrylic on board, signed and dated indistinctly Mario Lil? '65 lower right
Height: 49cm Width: 69cm

 300-500

352
FRIEND, DONALD STUART LESLIE (1915-1989)
'The Prodigal Son's Return'
Mixed media, pastel, ink, gouache and wash on terracotta coloured paper, titled and signed Donald Friend lower right
Height: 43.5cm Width: 53cm

 4000-8000

353
JARVIS, ARNOLD HENRY (1881-1959)
Rural scene with gum trees
Watercolour on paper, signed Arnold Jarvis lower left

 200-300

354
A PAKISTANI BOKHARA TURKOMAN CARPET
A soft textured rug in a traditional allover jaldar design, in muted chalky pastel hues upon a soft mushroom field
Length: 423cm Width: 314cm

 2000-3000

355
AN AFGHAN BOKHARA TRIBAL WOOL CARPET
Woven on a woollen warp, the carpet with a traditional allover 'elephant's foot' motif in rich claret and navy colours
Length: 386cm Width: 304cm

 1800-2400

356
A LARGE PERSIAN MEDALLION CARPET
The carpet in red, ink and sky blue, white and other colours, with a deep blue medallion upon a red field scattered with shah abassi and other flora, with spandrels, the main border with repeat vegetal motifs and enclosed by narrow bands
Length: 395cm Width: 285cm

 600-1000

357
A CAUCASIAN KAZAK STYLE RUG
With three bold sunburst medallions in blue and white colours upon a red field and surrounded by a main border with repeat geometric motifs and twin chevron bands
Length: 225cm Width: 142cm

 400-800

358
A LARGE WALL TAPESTRY
A machine woven tapestry in the Aubusson/Gobelin style depicting Renaissance figures in a landscape before a period building, in a muted cream and gold palette
Length: 303cm Width: 150cm

 100-200

359
A VINTAGE BAKSHAISH STYLE CARPET
In a red, gold, blue and white palette with hints of pink, with three conjoined medallions with hook motifs and stylised flora and knots on a white diamond strewn field, the main border with floral and geometric motifs between chevron bands
Length: 173cm Width: 95cm

 100-200

360
A VINTAGE HERIZ STYLE CARPET
In deep blue, red, cream, chocolate and dull gold colours, with a central lozenge with mihrab arches upon an ink blue field with vases of flowers and oil lamps to the corners, with red and chevron borders to the short ends, the main gold border with stylised flora enclosed by narrow bands
Length: 210cm Width: 132cm

 150-250

361
A PERSIAN SENNEH KILIM
The kilim typically decorated with a large dominant lozenge and embellished with all over small scale boteh motifs in blue, cream and red colours upon a red field, with a stylised floral main border and narrow bands
Length: 355cm Width: 250cm

 800-1500

362
A FRENCH TRANSITIONAL STYLE GILDED MIRROR
Circa: 1930
The frame with speckled gilt upon grey bole, having an arching bevelled plate, with a ribbon twist border, floral urn crest and flourishes of vegetal arabesques and ribbons to the sides and lower register
Length: 142cm Width: 80cm

 500-800

363
A NAPOLEON III TIMBER GILT MANTLE MIRROR
Mid 19th century
A rectangular mirror with patterned moulding, concave upper corners decorated with dolphins issuing fruits, and an ornate moulded and pierced urn to the crest flanked by griffins
Length: 168cm Width: 90cm

 400-600

364
A MIRROR IN AN ANTIQUE ISAAC WHITEHEAD GILT FRAME
1889-1893, label for Isaac Whitehead, 178 Collins Street Melbourne
Made by Isaac Whitehead Jnr and in the Classical revival manner with
ribbon twists and laurel borders, applied acanthus leaves to the inner mitres of the scotia and a dart border to the sight edge
Height: Height: 68cm Width: 86cm

 100-200

365
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
Gilded over red bole, the frame of arching rectangular form with a pierced vegetal and shell crest and other rocaille embellishments and borders, inlaid with a ribbon of mirror plate throughout
Length: 104cm Width: 60cm

 300-500

366
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
Early 20th century
With an oval moulded frame with bead and ribbon twist elements surmounted by a gesso bow crest
Length: 50cm Width: 35.5cm

 150-250

367
AN ANTIQUE LOUIS XVI STYLE WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1900
A rectangular frame with a low arching top decorated with an urn and pendant foliage, further vegetal embellishments to the sides and base in muted bronze and rubbed silver gilt colours
Length: 110cm Width: 58cm

 300-500

368
A PAIR OF BRASS WALL SCONCES
The faceted vasiform sconces with pairs of vegetal arms supporting electric candles, with European wiring
Length: 31cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 14cm

 50-100

369
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS 'ICICLE' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet stem and six shaped arms supporting dishes all embellished with dripping icicle motifs
Length: 50cm Diameter: 75cm

 800-1200

370
A SMALL ANTIQUE BRASS MOUNTED HALL LANTERN
19th century
A cylindrical lantern with three shaped arms to a hanging chain, the stem with two electrical light candles; with European wiring
Length: 40cm Diameter: 20cm

 100-150

371
A LARGE WATERFORD CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
A twelve branch two tier chandelier with a cut bowl and matching dishes, with beaded swags, cut prisms and a central drop; Waterford stencil marks
Length: 95cm Diameter: 90cm

 4000-7000

372
A FRENCH BRONZE CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
With an urn form stem and a toupie shaped body issuing six flat profile scrolling arms with faceted bobeches supporting electric candles, with European electrical wiring
Length: 65cm Diameter: 60cm

 80-100

373
A TWELVE BRANCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
With branches over two tiers and lavishly embellished with pear shaped drops, prisms, and beaded swags, and a spherical drop
Length: 85cm Diameter: 72cm

 1200-1500

374
AN ART DECO MOULDED GLASS PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1920s-30s
A frosted globe shade with moulded floral motifs, with a stepped circular ceiling cup and fitting united by a short chain
Length: 43cm

 100-150

375
AN ART DECO COPPER CLAD AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet form stem adorned with cascading icicles, the copper bowl issuing six curved arms with frosted upturned shades with dripping ice borders and decorations
Length: 54cm Diameter: 78cm

 250-550

376
A BOLD ART DECO BRONZE AND GLASS CHANDELIER BY ATELIER PETITOT
Circa: 1935, pattern 1266, variously marked to the armature
The chandelier with a broad stem of glass rods above an octagonal lower register with flat frosted glass planes intersected by frosted wings and panels of horizontal glass rods
Length: 67cm Diameter: 62cm

 2000-4000

377
A SMALL ANTIQUE BRASS MOUNTED HALL LANTERN
19th century
The cylindrical lantern with an etched starburst motif and cast vegetal Rococo supports and arms to a hanging chain, the stem with electric candles; with European wiring
Length: 35cm

 80-100

378
AN ART DECO CHROME AND TIMBER PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1920s
With a stepped cup and tubular stem supporting a square section oval tube with a faceted timber motif, and enclosing a shaped frosted dish; with European wiring
Length: 42cm

 120-200

379
AN EMPIRE REVIVAL PENDANT LIGHT
Late 19th century
The light in contrasting black and gilt bronze colours with three articulated stems supporting a dish with proud anthemion motifs and a decorative border, with three vegetal arms with cast cups supporting acorn shaped frosted and starburst glass shades
Length: 90cm Diameter: 50cm

 500-800

380
A FRENCH METALWARE AND PORCELAIN FLORAL CHANDELIER
Early 20th century
A four-branch chandelier, the stem and branches with entwined leaves and porcelain roses and chrysanthemums in white and pastel colours; with vintage European electrical fittings
Length: 42cm Diameter: 40cm

 150-200

381
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND TIMBER CHANDELIER
With a decorative waisted and stepped stem to a timber base issuing five arms cast with floral decoration and supporting press moulded down turned conical shades
Length: 82cm Diameter: 62cm

 1000-1200

382
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOMBÉ CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
Both with shaped mottled yellow marble tops, two drawers with quarter veneer panels and inlaid rose motifs, an apron with drop, hipped edges and splayed curvaceous legs, with bronze foliate mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 45cm Depth: 29cm

 500-900

383
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine mottled yellow top above three drawers with book end feathered veneers with crossbanding and stringing, the sides similar, with a shaped apron, curvaceous legs and embellished with cast brass foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 57cm Depth: 33cm

 350-700

384
A FRENCH MAHOGANY PLANT STAND
Mid 20th century
The long rectangular basin with tapering ring turned supports to an undertier and tapering legs with tiny brass toupie feet, the basin with a removable metal liner
Height: 73cm Width: 65cm Depth: 28cm

 200-300

385
A LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD PARQUETRY FOLD OVER GAMES TABLE
Circa: 1900
A shaped table with a chess board inlaid top and circular baize lining, with diamond decoration to the shaped apron above curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze mounts, trims and sabots
Height: 77cm Width: 84cm Depth: 42cm, 84cm when opened

 800-1400

386
A VICTORIAN WALNUT STRETCHER-BASED WORK AND GAMES TABLE
19th century
The table with a gadroon edged fold-over top above a games drawer, a partitioned drawer for workpieces and a deep recessed bucket drawer, raised on twin barley twist supports, with a turned stretcher and shaped trestle ends
Height: 78cm Width: 44cm Depth: 39cm Extended width: 78cm

 300-600

387
A FINE TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT PROVINCIAL COMMODE
18th century
The deep commode of serpentine profile and of pegged construction with three heavy oak lined drawers, each with a trio of shaped and framed panels with Neoclassical gilt bronze escutcheons and cast pull handles, with a shaped apron and raised on short legs with whorl feet
Height: 97cm Width: 134cm Depth: 68cm

 3500-5500

388
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a fine grey and brown marble top above a drawer and a pair of glazed cupboards flanked by small drawers and wire front cabinets, with quarter veneer panels with stringing and contrasting borders, and raised on small cabriolet legs, embellished with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 144cm Width: 117cm Depth: 38cm

 1200-1800

389
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Circa: 1930
With a mottled yellow marble shaped top above seven drawers each with quarter veneer shaped panels and stringing, the sides conforming, with a shaped apron and raised on short cabriolet legs, with gilt bronze foliate mounts and sabots
Height: 128cm Width: 87cm Depth: 45cm

 1200-1800

390
A SMALL FRENCH CIRCULAR MARBLE TOPPED MAHOGANY TABLE
Circa: 1930
With a pierced brass gallery enclosing a white veined marble top, a small drawer to the apron and raised on tapering fluted legs with ball capitals and petite brass capped feet
Height: 53cm Diameter: 61cm

 200-300

391
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD VITRINE
Circa: 1900
With a flecked rouge marble top, a part glazed door with a book end veneer and strung shaped panel to the lower register, the concave sides conforming, with two glass shelves to the fabric lined interior and raised on sharply hipped cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze Neoclassical mounts and sabots
Height: 164cm Width: 83cm Depth: 35cm

 600-800

392
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
Each with a veined white marble bow top above a conforming drawer and cupboard to one, and an open compartment to the other, with quarter veneer panels, cross banding and ebony stringing, and raised on conical tapering legs, embellished with gilt bronze pierced mounts and capped feet
Height: 85cm Width: 44cm Depth: 40cm

 500-800

393
A LARGE LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MOUNTED MAHOGANY BUREAU PLAT
Late 19th century
With a gilt-tooled black leather writing surface above a central drawer mounted with a floral guilloche band, strung book end veneers to the side drawers with Neoclassical swag and portrait medallion handles and mounts, raised on square section tapering legs with capped feet
Height: 76cm Width: 151cm Depth: 81cm

 2500-3500

394
A LOUIS XV STYLE ROSEWOOD VENEER INLAID OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1950
With a rectangular top with floral inlay to a geometric reserve with decorative stringing, bands and embellished corners, a waisted apron with a single drawer and raised on hipped and angled tapering legs, with lavish gilt bronze mounts, borders and sabots
Height: 76cm Width: 50cm Depth: 37cm

 400-600

395
A FINE BRITISH ART NOUVEAU OAK DESK
Circa: 1900
Of hybrid Art Nouveau and Arts and Crafts form, with asymmetric decorative elements, a central sun ray patterned cupboard flanked by cupboards with lead light mounted bullseye glass, with fretwork and splats, various compartments and small drawers, and raised on tapering square section legs with mackmurdo feet
Height: 184cm Width: 111cm Depth: 55cm

 1500-2500

396
A FRENCH RENAISSANCE REVIVAL OAK DISPLAY CABINET
19th century
With an projecting cornice with an egg and dart border and a repeat vegetal design to the pediment above a pair of full length arched doors with spandrels and a trio of three quarter relief carved and fluted columns upon a generous extended base and squashed bun feet
Height: 171cm Width: 110cm Depth: 56cm

 700-900

397
A SMALL MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED DESK
Circa: 1900
With the original oxblood leather tooled top above a central drawer and pairs of small drawers with boxwood and ebony ribbon trims, with boxwood edging and stringing to the top and tapering square section legs, with porcelain casters and cast pull handles
Height: 71cm Width: 91cm Depth: 47cm

 450-650

398
AN INLAID ROSEWOOD WINE TABLE
19th century
The well-polished restored table with a floral marquetry border and a central posy, with stringing and cross banding and raised on a turned and knopped stem to a tripod base
Height: 77cm Diameter: 53cm

 100-200

399
A VICTORIAN WALNUT FOLD-OVER GAMES TABLE
Mid 19th century
With a beautifully figured serpentine top with baize lining above a shaped and embellished apron, the pedestal with a carved mushroom cup and four splayed cabriole legs with floral carved knees and leaf and scroll feet with petite brass casters
Height: 74cm Width: 92cm Depth: 46cm

 500-800

400
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The bookcase having an extended central section with a concave pediment, a part wire front door, flanked by a pair of shorter narrow cupboards and raised on toupie feet, with elegant Neoclassical border trims, gilt bronze paterae, festoons and laurel leaf decoration
Height: 181cm Width: 143cm Depth: 50cm

 600-1200

401
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
19th century
With an extended cornice above twin glazed doors with applied carved embellishments to the crests, the extended base with bullnose edging, frieze drawers and lower similarly embellished cupboards flanked by stiles and corbels above a plinth base
Height: 225cm Width: 124cm Depth: 47cm

 600-1200

402
A CYLINDER TOP MAHOGANY DESK
Early 20th century
The desk with a simple inlaid boxwood fan decoration to the lid above three central drawers and side cupboards, all with blonde stringing and brass drop pull handles, raised on square section tapering legs with spade feet
Height: 117cm Width: 99cm Depth: 57cm

 600-1200

403
A FINE CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET ON STAND
Late 19th century, with ivorine maker's label for Story & Triggs, London
With Chinese, Classical and Gothic influences, having a swan neck broken pediment with fretwork above dentil and strapwork borders, the twin cupboards with pointed arch astragal glazing, a shaped apron with a Greek fret border and raised on tall square section legs with quatrefoil motifs
Height: 213cm Width: 135cm Depth: 47cm

 3000-5000

404
A HENRI II WALNUT BUFFET
19th century
With a stepped cornice with carved ornaments above a central cupboard and glazed side cupboards, fluted and turned supports to the lower register with a plate rack, three frieze drawers and cupboards, richly ornamented with arabesques, vegetal motifs, husk borders and fluted columns above a stepped base
260cm Width: 150cm Depth: 56cm

 800-1200

405
A VICTORIAN WALNUT ROCOCO REVIVAL GENTLEMAN'S LIBRARY CHAIR
Mid 19th century
Of generous proportions with a rounded sage green velvet upholstered back and upholstered serpentine arms, with a shaped double scroll framed splat and scrolling side supports, the cabriole legs terminating in whorl feet with brass casters
Height: 82cm Width: 68cm Depth: 82cm

 100-200

406
A PAIR OF GILTWOOD MARBLE TOPPED ROCOCO STYLE CONSOLE TABLES
19th century
Both with a shaped green marble top above a deep skirt with an applied carved vegetal motif, with cabriole channel grooved legs with relief carved knees and whorl feet
Height: 73cm Width: 47cm Depth: 30cm

 80-150

407
A PAIR OF MAHOGANY HEPPLEWHITE REVIVAL CARVERS
Of hybrid English and French form, with shield backs and splats, straight arms with curved supports to stuffover seats above cabriole legs with whorl feet, having carved acanthus and rope twist details and upholstered in narrow striped cream fabric with a proud bow motif
Height: 102cm Width: 60cm Depth: 62cm

 200-400

408
A HENRI II STYLE PALISANDER BED
19th century
The headboard with an arching crest crested with a carved cabochon shield, banderole and flora above a husk border, with quarter veneer panelling flanked by fluted and turned ionic columns with pineapple finials, the end board conforming and raised on toupie feet
Height: 166cm Width: 156cm (bedhead)

 350-550

409
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY THREE LEAF EXTENSION TABLE
19th century
The top with bullnose and thumbnail edging and raised on ball and baluster legs relief carved with medallion and tulip petal forms above toupie feet with porcelain casters
Height: 76cm Length: 142cm Width: 110cm Extended Length: 292cm

 1000-2000

410
A SET OF EIGHT EARLY VICTORIAN DINING CHAIRS
Circa: 1840s
Of shallow balloon form with slightly dipped crests, having serpentine stuffover seats and raised on slender ball and baluster legs with restrained centurion skirt details to the foot, splayed to the rear; finely upholstered to both seats and backs in narrow striped cream fabric with a proud bow motif
Height: 88cm Width: 50cm Depth: 59cm

 600-1200

411
A LARGE ANTIQUE HARDWOOD BOOKCASE
Early 20th century
Of breakfront from with a shaped top and three dentil embellished frieze drawers, the four long cupboards below with nine bevel glazed panels each and raised on a plinth base
Height: 140cm Width: 224cm Depth: 49cm

 300-500

412
A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
19th century
The shaped bow front sideboard with a rectangular mirror with a carved and pierced crest and leafy embellishments and corbels, the top with triple bullnose edging above four cupboards with carved decoration and two extended pilasters above a plinth base
Height: 204cm Width: 215cm Depth: 80cm

 1000-2000

413
A SMALL MARQUETRY ÉTAGÈRE, FACTORY OF EMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1930
The rectangular table with rounded corners inlaid with a dragonfly and lily pads in exotic timbers upon a vigorously figured tulipwood ground, with shaped walnut legs united by an undertier, bearing the inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 77cm Width: 61cm Depth: 33cm

 1000-2000

414
A TULIPWOOD CORNER CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a quarter circle Brèche d'Alep marble top above a pair of cupboards with vigorously figured quarter veneer strung panels and crossbanding, raised on three small cabriole legs with gilt bronze mounts, two shelves to the interior and rear stile support
Height: 101cm Width: 73cm Depth: 54cm

 800-1500

415
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON COAT STAND
Circa: 1930s
A tall columnar stand with an upper hoop with nine large hooks with knops and nine small hooks, with long straps to lower hoops for sticks and umbrellas; raised on a faceted base
Height: 185cm

 500-800

416
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND WITH ROSE DECORATION
Circa: 1930s
In a hammered and crimped finish with long strap supports and splats, with a hat rack above a pressed metalwork rose decoration, a central mirror and a pair of stick and umbrella stands with serpentine splats, and a long tray
Height: 184cm Width: 80cm Depth: 17cm

 700-1500

417
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SHAVING MIRROR
Mid 19th century
The arching mirror with scrolled and pierced side supports to a shaped base with a central oval lidded compartment and a thumb nail edge border
Height: 79cm Width: 70cm Depth: 31cm

 50-100

418
A ROCOCO REVIVAL HARDWOOD COMMODE
Mid 20th century
With a shaped top and three long drawers each with framed ornate panels and twin foliate pull handles, raised on cabriole legs

 100-200

419
A VICTORIAN WALNUT WHATNOT CANTERBURY
Mid 19th century
In well-figured walnut, having a pierced three-quarter gallery, the top with cross banding and ebony and boxwood stringing, with turned supports to a partitioned lower section with fretwork sides above a shallow long drawer and small turned legs with porcelain casters
Height: 96cm Width: 56cm Depth: 41cm

 100-150

420
A LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine mottled yellow marble top above a pair of short drawers and a single long drawer with shaped quarter veneer strung panels, the sides conforming, having a shaped apron and hipped edges flowing to sabre legs, with ormolu foliate mounts, trims and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 120cm Depth: 54cm

 800-1500

421
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930
With a mottled red and white marble top, a sectioned frieze drawer with applied and pierced ormolu Neoclassical embellishments, and two long drawers with finely painted marquetry style flora and birds, the sides with painted patterns, raised on hipped legs and with gilt bronze pull handles, trims and sabots
Height: 92cm Width: 110cm Depth: 42cm

 1500-2500

422
A FRENCH CAST BRASS OCCASIONAL TABLE
19th century
The small rectangular table with a pressed metal edging above four splayed tubular legs with upper and lower stretchers, double struck bronze side supports with detailed bird and flower designs, and raised on fantastic creature feet, the upper stretcher hung with additional cast bird decorations
Height: 39cm Width: 49cm Depth: 35cm

 100-200

423
A TRESTLE-BASED TIMBER TOWEL RAIL
Early 20th century
With pairs of rails, turned supports and urn form spindles and finials
Height: 100cm Width: 63cm Depth: 40cm

 50-100

424
A ROSEWOOD ART DECO HALL STAND
Circa: 1930s
With a rectangular back with hat rack, three chrome hooks, and a central mirror above a mottled grey marble top, a shallow drawer and shelf below, flanked by a walking stick and umbrella stand upon a plinth base
Height: 195cm Width: 100cm Depth: 27cm

 500-800

425
A FINE TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1890, with stamp of A. Lénard to the corners under marble
With a fine cream, orange and grey breakfront marble top above two long drawers of conforming profile and finely inlaid with flora, urns and a central trophy enclosed by husk garlands, with gilt bronze mounts, ring handles and lion's paw sabots to the splayed legs
Height: 90cm Width: 130cm Depth: 57cm

 2000-3000

426
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930s
In a pleasing textured iron finish with a hat rack, long strap side supports and splats, and two panels of scroll motifs and four hooks, a central mirror above a decorative trio of scrolls and a small marble shelf with a stand for sticks and umbrellas to the lower register, without tray
Height: 181cm Width: 63cm Depth: 24cm

 700-1200

427
A RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD EXTENSION TABLE
With a shaped rectangular parquetry top with pull out extensions above a shaped apron with floral embellishments and cabriole legs with extravagant relief carved foliate knees and whorl feet
Height: 76cm Length: 161cm Width: 100cm Extended length: 301cm

 500-800

428
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE CANE AND CHERRY WOOD CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
Each with a channel grooved square back with a shaped crest centred with relief carved shell and vegetal motifs, having a serpentine seat and a shaped ornamented apron and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet, with hole to hole cane to the backs and seats
Height: 97cm Width: 50cm Depth: 52cm

 400-600

429
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT BIRDCAGE BASE LOO TABLE
Mid 19th century
The fine burr walnut table with bullnose edging, inlaid embellishments with cross banding, ebony and boxwood stringing, with turned supports and four cabriole legs with acanthus scrolls terminating in whorl feet and porcelain casters, the base centred with a lemon squeezer mushroom finial
Height: 74cm Width: 137cm Depth: 103cm

 600-1200

430
A FRENCH MAHOGANY & ORMOLU BED WITH NEOCLASSICAL ELEMENTS
Late 19th century
The bedhead of gently arching form with quarter veneer panelling and applied moulding, an applied ormolu motif to the crest, small spandrels and pendants, the bed end of conforming form with a large festoon to a cartouche, and raised on fluted legs, with side rails (one as found) and mattress support
Height: 120cm Width: 148cm (bedhead)

 500-800

431
AN EARLY VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
Circa: 1840s
With a deep top with rounded corners above two short and three long drawers of graduating depth, with cockbeading and pairs of turned target style pull handles upon a plinth base
Height: 107.5cm Width: 119cm Depth: 55cm

 200-300

432
AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY TRESTLE BASED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR
Circa: 1830s
A rectangular plate set within a canted and cross banded frame with cockbeading and supported by turned supports above a turned stretcher and shaped base; with partial vintage label for the Connoisseurs' Store, formerly of Toorak Road, South Yarra
Height: 51cm Width: 41cm Depth: 24cm

 100-200

433
A SET OF FIVE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK DINING CHAIRS
Mid 19th century
In the French manner, the chairs with waisted backs and scrolling cresting rails with pierced and knotted vegetal motifs, similarly embellished to the mid rails, stuffover serpentine seats and slightly swollen cabriole legs terminating in pointed toes, upholstered in old gold floral jacquard
Height: 90cm Width: 48cm Depth: 52cm

 150-250

434
A PAIR OF VINTAGE EBONISED BARREL BACK KLISMOS CHAIRS
The pair with ebonised frames and dull gilt borders, having solid backs and seat pads in cherry red velvet, and raised on sabre legs
Height: 84cm Width: 50cm Depth: 50cm

 50-100

435
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE GILTWOOD SALON CHAIR
19th century
The square back chair with a carved cresting rail with leaf and shell embellishments, a serpentine seat with a carved apron and cabriole channel grooved legs, upholstered in antique floral and figural tapestry
Height: 91cm Width: 52cm Depth: 52cm

 50-100

436
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LIBRARY BOOKCASE
Mid 19th century
The central four tier open shelf bookcase flanked by extended pillars with arched original plate mirrors with corbel and volute decorations, shelving within and raised on a plinth base
Height: 133cm Width: 205cm Depth: 40cm

 800-1200

437
A VINTAGE PAINTED GILT AND VELVET CANAPÉ
Mid 20th century
The canapé with twin lyre shaped button backs with anthemion, acanthus and shell motifs, a padded bow front seat and turned supports and legs, upholstered in sage green velvet
Height: 118cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 100-200

438
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILTWOOD CONSOLE
Mid 20th century
The shaped table with an extravagant pierced vegetal apron and double scroll legs with whorl feet
Height: 64cm Width: 85cm Depth: 40cm

 150-250

439
A FIVE PIECE SALON SUITE
Late 19th century
A canapé, two chairs and two carvers, each with slightly waisted and arched backs with floral carved crests, with serpentine seats and cabriole legs with floral carved knees, some with porcelain casters, upholstered in old gold floral jacquard in two patterns
Height: 101cm Width: 146cm Depth: 80cm (canapé)

 500-800

440
A MID-VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER
Circa: 1860s
With three tiers and squashed bun mushroom finials, turned and block supports and raised on generous turned feet with brass spoke wheels
Height: 110cm Width: 122cm Depth: 53cm

 100-200

441
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CORNER CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a triangular and receding upper register with two graduated shelves above a cupboard with a pair of glazed doors and an open compartment, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 138cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 400-600

442
A FINE LOUIS XVI WALNUT COMMODE
18th century
The deep commode with a veined and mottled red grey marble top above three tripled framed drawers in finely figured veneer, with book end veneers to the sides, having ormolu circular handles and festooned escutcheons, and raised on small conical fluted legs
Height: 90cm Width: 131cm Depth: 62cm

 2200-3200

443
A PAIR OF RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD RUSH CHAIRS
Early 20th century
With shaped rectangular backs and crests with shell motifs, pairs os-de-mouton midrails, and arms with turned supports to rush seats, above cabriole front legs, square to the rear and united by box stretchers
Height: 97cm Width: 56cm Depth: 51cm

 150-250

444
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1930
The elegant desk with a tan gilt tooled leather surface above three framed drawers with gilt bronze beading, leather tooled slides to the short ends and raised on conical fluted legs with brass capped feet
Height: 75cm Width: 135cm Depth: 70cm

 1200-1800

445
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL KINGWOOD CORNER CABINETS
19th century
With chocolate and cream marble bow tops above well figured book end veneer doors with stringing and narrow borders, having restrained ormolu pendants, pierced ornaments to the apron drops and sabots to the waisted stile feet
Height: 83cm Width: 46cm Depth: 36cm

 1000-2000

446
A SMALL INLAID OAK TABLE BY ÉMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)
Circa: 1900
A rectangular table with extended ear corners, finely inlaid with loose peony poppies and foliage in mixed timbers, raised on turned legs united by an undertier, with inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 74cm Width: 620cm Depth: 41cm

 800-1200

447
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD AND MARQUETRY CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
Both with mottled yellow shaped marble tops above three drawers with floral inlay to quarter veneer strung panels, the sides conforming, with hipped curvaceous legs and embellished with gilt bronze vegetal mounts and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 35cm Depth: 30cm

 600-900

448
A PAIR OF TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
With three quarter shaped timber galleries, one with three shallow drawers, the other with a single drawer and open compartment, both with book end veneer strung panels, the sides conforming, with rounded edges and gently curved tapering legs with bronze sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 37cm Depth: 32cm

 350-550

449
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK CORNER CABINET
Early 19th century
The triangular cabinet with a single drawer and a cupboard with a fielded panel, a small relief carved shell motif to the shaped apron and raised on fluted stile feet, with long brass hinges and a shaped escutcheon, the drawer with a simple drop
Height: 121cm Width: 83cm Depth: 42cm

 350-550

450
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
With three-quarter shaped timber galleries above three gently serpentine drawers with pairs of petite pull brass handles, with shaped aprons and raised on slender, curvaceous and tapering legs
Height: 73cm Width: 37cm Depth: 29cm

 500-800

451
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
With three quarter shaped galleries and quarter veneer panelled tops with floral inlay, three drawers of conforming design, feather banded panels to the sides, and shaped aprons and raised on tapering cabriole legs, with foliate bronze handles and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 34cm Depth: 27cm

 400-600

452
A FRENCH MAHOGANY MARBLE TOPPED BOOKCASE
Late 19th century
With a white marble top with canted corners above full length glazed doors, flanked by fluted edges and raised on toupie feet
Height: 148cm Width: 82cm Depth: 40cm

 650-850

453
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID KINGWOOD SÉCRETAIRE-À-ABBATANT
Later 19th century
With a shaped red and grey marble top above a single drawer, a fall front with a burr timber fitted interior, and three lower drawers all finely inlaid to shaped reserves in mixed timbers, the sides conforming, with a shaped apron and splayed feet with crossbanded edges, ormolu mounts and sabots
Height: 133cm Width: 70cm Depth: 25cm

 1500-2500

454
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD AND MARQUETRY GUERIDON
Early 20th century
The oval table with a pierced brass gallery and floral inlay to quarter veneer panels, a frieze drawer and raised on hipped and tapering curvaceous legs united by an undertier
Height: 66cm Width: 53cm Depth: 44cm

 400-600

455
A NEAR PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARQUETRY GUERIDONS
Early 20th century
Oval tables well decorated with Chinese figures in landscapes, above an apron and drawers with inlaid borders of pitchers and vases, raised on curvaceous legs united by kidney-shaped inlaid undertiers, with bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 69cm Width: 45cm Depth: 34cm

 750-950

456
A LOUIS XVI STYLE KINGWOOD AND MARQUETRY BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1870s
With a serpentine profile, the top with quarter veneer panelling, floral inlay and stringing, a shaped apron with conforming decoration and a long shallow drawer, raised on curvaceous legs with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 130cm Depth: 66cm

 600-100

457
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: late 19th century
The table with a white marble bow top and a three-quarter timber gallery surround above a single drawer and a two door cupboard with floral inlay and checkerboard borders, with a shaped apron and curvaceous slender legs
Height: 84cm Width: 42cm Depth: 32cm

 200-400

458
A NEOCLASSICAL WALNUT AND MARQUETRY PIER CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a mottled red grey marble top above an inlaid and strung pediment, a single cupboard with fine floral inlay flanked by fluted pillars, the extended base with toupie feet, having restrained brass trims throughout
Height: 110cm Width: 77cm Depth: 37cm

 550-850

459
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE ROSEWOOD GUERIDON
Circa: 1930s
A kidney shaped table edged with a reed and ribbon bronze trim above a small drawer with blonde stringing, similarly decorated to the apron, raised on slender curvaceous legs with stiff leaf mounts to the hips, and united by an undertier
Height: 69cm Width: 44cm Depth: 31cm

 150-250

460
A LOUIS PHILIPPE MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE
Circa: 1830-40s
The table with a black marble top and frieze drawer, the front cabriole consoles
with tightly scrolled feet upon extended drum bases, the rear pilasters upon a platform base
Height: 83cm Width: 56cm Depth: 36cm

 400-600

461
A NEOCLASSICAL MAHOGANY & MIXED TIMBER PARQUETRY COMMODE
Circa: 1900
The elegant commode with a white veined marble top above three drawers with trellis parquetry, cross banding and stringing upon tapered square section legs, with gilt bronze escutcheons and mounts
Height: 76cm Width: 63cm Depth: 35cm

 600-1200

462
AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE
19th century
With a rectangular top above three shallow drawers, the front cabriole consoles with paw feet upon extended drum bases, the rear pilasters upon a plinth base
Height: 82cm Width: 50cm Depth: 32cm

 450-650

463
A NEOCLASSICAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BED
Circa: 1930
The bed head with a straight cross banded cresting rail above a pediment of feather banding with a pierced ormolu trim and quarter veneer panels with ebony strung cross banded borders, the gently bowed end board of conforming design, with Neoclassical cast pendants and raised on capped conical legs
Height: 142cm Width: 162cm (bedhead)

 600-900

464
A SMALL TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD AND MARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
The shaped rectangular table with extended ear corners and floral inlaid to quarter veneer panels, with a small drawer to one short end, a faux drawer opposite, and raised on tapering curvaceous legs
Height: 48cm Width: 46cm Depth: 31cm

 200-300

465
A FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND MARBLE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The circular table with a fine mottled mushroom and grey marble top with red inflections set within a rope twist and scrolling frame, raised on four bold cabriole bifurcated legs with scrolling terminals and scroll stretchers
Height: 54cm Diameter: 75cm

 400-800

466
A LOUIS XV STYLE EBONISED DESK
Early 20th century
The desk with a renewed red leather tooled top above a curvaceous apron with two drawers with cast mascaron escutcheons, raised on hipped tapering curvaceous legs with extravagant foliate mounts and sabots, elegant brass stringing and borders throughout
Height: 73cm Width: 103cm Depth: 71cm

 1500-2500

467
A SMALL TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD GUERIDON
Circa: 1930
Rectangular with canted corners, having a yellow leather topped slide and small drawers to the short ends, raised on curvaceous tapering legs united by an undertier, with restrained gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 67cm Width: 31cm Depth: 53cm

 400-600

468
A PETITE LOUIS XV STYLE PALISANDER AND PARQUETRY GUERIDON
Early 20th century
The table with a shaped top with parquetry trellis inlay to a strung panel, the apron with a small drawer and an undertier of conforming design, raised on tapering curvaceous legs
Height: 75cm Width: 32cm Depth: 27cm

 400-600

469
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD GUERIDON
Early 20th century
Having a serpentine top with canted corners, and bookend shaped panels to the top, apron and single drawer, raised on curvaceous hipped and angled legs united by an undertier, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 68cm Width: 50cm Depth: 36cm

 400-600

470
A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN PALE MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
19th century
The balloon back chairs with trefid crests carved with bud and clover designs, pierced vegetal motifs to the mid rails, stuffover seats and cabriole legs with pointed toes
Height: 89cm Width: 47cm Depth: 52cm

 150-200