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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 12 August 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-76
 Clocks & Bronzes77-147
 Oriental148-195
 Silver196-231
 Glass232-253
 Porcelain - Belleek254-272
 Porcelain - English Estate Porcelain273-347
 Porcelain348-380
 Paintings381-474
 Mirrors & Lights475-487
 Carpets & Wall Hangings488-502
 Furniture503-601

001
'THE ARTURI PHILLIPS COLLECTION: A CATALOGUE OF PORTRAIT MINIATURES DATING FROM 1588-2004'
Authored by: Carmela Arturi and Frederick Roger Phillips, and published by the Portrait Miniatures Club, 2010

 40-60

002
A LARGE RUSTIC FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON
19th century
With much patina, the straight-sided cauldron with dovetail joins, a rolled rim, a studded band to the base, and a large iron swing handle with iron mounts
Height: 27cm Diameter: 48cm

 80-120

003
A PAIR OF BRONZE FIGURAL COFFEE TABLE BASES
In muted gold and black colours depicting kneeling and crouching figures with arms at right angles to support a table top
Height: 41cm

 100-200

004
A GEORGIAN HORIZONTAL BRASS SUNDIAL
Circa: 1813, with maker's mark for S. Saunders
An octagonal dial with engraved hours, month calibrations and a pierced foliate gnomon, with a cartouche engraved with two names, Coullie and Strachan, and dated 12th June 1813
Diameter: 30.5cm

 100-200

005
AN ANTIQUE COPPER PLANTER AND A LARGE COPPER VESSEL
19th century
An ovoid planter with bracket handles, embossed and chased throughout with a continuous foliate frieze centred with a heraldic crest and a fleur-de-lis motif between vegetal borders; and a large waisted vessel of conical form with a broad everted upper register, long handles and prickworked patterns
Heights: 34cm and 28cm

 120-160

005a
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER COAL SCUTTLE
Circa: 1900
The footed scuttle of elongated broad lipped form, with an arching hollow brass handle with cast lion's head mounts and a blue and white porcelain handle to the body.
Height: 47cm

 50-80

006
A MIXED SET OF ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
Early 20th century
A set of three and two smaller saucepans forming a nesting set, three with riveted brass handles, and the two smaller items with steel handles, all with fold over rims and much patina
Height: 11cm Diameter: 21cm and smaller

 100-200

007
A GROUP OF FOUR ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES
19th century
Comprising a fish bath without lid, a large jelly mould with an embossed grape and pear design, a spiral cake mould, and a cylindrical ribbed vessel or mould with a brass screw top lid and ring, the latter with mark of MJ and Blocus
Height: 12.5cm Length: 71cm Width: 19.5cm (fish bath)

 100-200

008
AN ART DECO FIGURAL METALWARE SMOKERS STAND AND LIGHT
Circa: 1920s
A celadon painted figure of a nude maiden supporting a dish and raised on a double conical base with a fitted globe
Height: 67cm

 100-200

009
A VINTAGE FRENCH ENAMELWARE DRIP TRAY UTENSIL HOLDER
1920s
The metal hanging holder with an arching crest, a single bar for utensils and a lower rectangular basin, in white enamel with stripes and blue and aqua checkerboard borders
Length: 49cm Width: 36cm

 30-50

010
A CASED VINTAGE E. LEITZ WETZLAR MICROSCOPE WITH ACCESSORIES
1909 Germany, numbered 117422, retailed through T. Gaunt & Co. Melbourne
The brass microscope upon a horseshoe stand with a fine mechanical stage by W. Watson & Sons Ltd London, eyepieces by Leitz Wetzlar, Koristka of Milan, C. Baker of London, and a box of glass lenses
Height: 30cm

 200-400

011
A SET OF FOUR VINTAGE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
20th century
The nesting set of lined copper saucepans with rivet joined heavy gauge steel handles
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 100-200

012
A SET OF FIVE 'LES CUIVRES DE FAUCOGNEY' COPPER SAUCEPANS
20th century
The nesting set of lined copper saucepans with rivet joined bronze coloured steel handles; oval maker's marks to each
Height: 9cm Diameter: 18cm and smaller

 100-200

013
A SET OF FIVE VINTAGE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
20th century
The nesting set of solid copper saucepans with rivet joined brass handles
Height: 9cm Diameter: 19cm and smaller

 100-200

014
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER DAUBIÈRE
Late 19th century
Of typical rectangular form with rounded ends, rivet joined copper handles to the short ends and a matching handle to the fitted and recessed lid, having a light hammered finish and tin lined to the interior
Height: 22cm Length: 43.5cm Width: 23cm

 120-160

015
A SET OF VINTAGE BRASS HENRY-LOUIS BECKER FILS & CO BALANCE SCALES
20th century, Brussels and France, retailed through scientific instrument supplier H.R Selby & Co Limited Melbourne and Sydney
The scales with stamp to beam, timber maker's plaque and retailer's label to base, with seven weights ranging from 50 to 2 grams (50, 20 x 2, 10, 5, 2 x 2gr)
Height: 34.5cm Length: 39cm Width: 16cm

 50-100

016
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE POT
Early 20th century
A solid copper deep sided pot with rolled edges and twin steel handles
Height: 13cm Diameter: 38cm

 80-100

017
A LARGE ANTIQUE FRENCH BRASS MILK PITCHER
Late 19th century
The carinate shaped conical vessel with a broad neck and removable lid, having a hollow handle, with dovetail joins and rolled edges
Height: 54cm

 50-100

018
A WHITE MARBLE STATUE OF A WOMAN IN MEDIEVAL DRESS
Circa: 1900, signed Gaudey
The well carved serene figure dispensing coins from a fabric pouch and attired in a brocade dress with a quilted collar and rope girdle, her coiffed hair secured beneath a hood, incised signature to the shaped circular base
Height: 63cm

 1500-1800

019
A SIGNED BI-COLOUR MARBLE PORTRAIT BUST OF A YOUNG WOMAN
Circa: 1900
The serene white marble figure of a young woman, gazing with her head inclined, a scarf tied with a band about her head and wearing a vigorously purple veined dress; faint inscribed signature to the reverse
Height: 36cm Width: 31cm Depth: 17.5cm

 900-1500

020
AN ORIGINAL GEORGE BAXTER PRINT AFTER RAPHAEL
Circa: 1840
A print in oil with patent mark to lower image after Raphael's 'Madonna and Child with St John'
Length: 16cm Width: 11cm

 50-100

021
THREE SILHOUETTE PORTRAITS: TWO GEORGIAN AND ONE EARLY VICTORIAN
Late 18th century to 1840s
A silhouette of a gentleman finely painted on glass and housed in the original papier mâché frame with a foliate mount, a delicate 'shade' portrait of a young woman in an oval frame, and a silhouette of a young woman painted on paper, description of sitter verso
Length: 18cm Width: 16.5cm and smaller

 200-400

022
FIVE MAUCHLINE WARES AND TWO TUNBRIDGEWARE ITEMS
19th century
Comprising a small box, a small hinged notebook, a silk lined pins and needles book, a pot with handle thimble holder (and thimble), a table type hinged box, a rosewood trinket box with Tunbridgeware borders and spaniel decoration, and a Tunbridgeware letter opener
Height: 5cm Length: 9.5cm Width: 9.5cm (box)

 60-100

023
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH WOOD ALTAR CRUCIFIX
Early 20th century
A fruitwood Christ figure upon an oak crucifix with a stepped base and four extended and chamfered block feet
Height: 56.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 80-120

024
AN ANTIQUE ALEXANDRA TYPE COLLAPSIBLE NEEDLE CASE
Early 20th century
The box with collapsible sides and inner sections, each wing housing a selection of hand sewing needles of differing sizes, the central section with pins, covered in original vintage red apple and black paper, the interior with red textured paper, a vintage lady portrait beneath the lid
Height: 11.5cm

 50-100

025
THE ANTIQUE FRENCH THUJA WOOD SEWING BOX OF MISS L POMEROY
1818
The box with an engraved mother-of-pearl cartouche, the fitted interior with mother-of-pearl and horn components including: a needle case, spools, snowflake winders, thimble, rules and other wares, all engraved 'P' and some with rose gold shields, gold stamp to scissors, the original mirror as found
Height: 4cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 11cm

 200-400

026
A NAPOLEON III BURR THUJA AND KINGWOOD CIGAR BOX
Circa: 1860s
The elongated casket with a gently domed profile, with kingwood crossbanding, ebonised edges and borders with ivory stringing, a decorative foliate brass and mother-of-pearl lozenge to the lid, having a fall front and three drawers each with provision for eight cigars, raised on petite bun feet; remnant label underside
Height: 12cm Length: 32cm Width: 11.5cm

 120-180

027
TWO ANTIQUE CARVED ALABASTER ORNAMENTS
Late 19th to early 20th century
A model of a reclining female figure, after Antonio Canova's 'Venus Victoria' (modelled after Napoleon's sister Paolina), and; a model of a camel, both upon rectangular bases
Height: 15cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 6.5cm (camel)

 50-100

028
THREE AUSTRALIAN ENAMELLED METAL MOTORING CAR CLUB BADGES
Including badges of: the 'Australian motor sport club'; the 'Phillip Island Auto Racing Club' (number 757), and; the 'Victorian sporting car club'
Length: 12cm Width: 8.5cm and smaller

 50-70

029
AN EBONISED HARDWOOD ELEPHANT
A large scale primitively carved elephant with a raised and curled trunk and bone tusks
Height: 43.5cm Width: 39cm

 30-50

030
A SMALL VICTORIAN SPIRIT LAMP WITH A CRANBERRY GLASS SHADE
Later 19th century
A brass fluted column upon a cast floral decorated square base with a clear spiral glass bowl shaped font, original fittings and surmounted by a waisted spiral glass ruffled shade
Height: 47cm

 80-120

031
AN ANTIQUE VELVET AND GILT CHATELAINE ETUI
19th century
The deep green velvet pocket type etui with gilt metal patterned wire borders and a decorative pressed and pierced hanging clasp, with all components including thimble, scissors, button hook, needle case and other items
Length: 18cm

 150-350

032
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GREEN LEATHER CASKET SEWING PURSE
Later 19th century
Of barrel shape with a pierced clasp and applied mother-of-pearl straps and ornaments, with a range of sewing implements to the silk lined interior and a pin cushion, the purse style ends with little silk compartments to one and a full complement of hook and needle attachments to the other
Length: 15cm Width: 9.5cm

 150-300

033
A PAIR OF PORTRAIT MINIATURES IN EBONISED HANGING FRAMES
Mid 20th century
Petite oval portraits of young women in watercolours housed in Georgian style ebonised frames with foliate hanging mounts and connected by a pale olive velvet green ribbon
Length: 12cm Width: 10.5cm (each frame)

 100-200

034
A VICTORIAN LACQUER AND TARTAN WARE WRITING SLOPE
19th century
The black lacquer ware slope with tartan ware borders and embellishments to the lid, centred with a mother-of-pearl cartouche, the interior with partitions and the original red velvet writing surface
Height: 7cm Width: 27cm Depth: 18.5cm

 80-100

035
A VICTORIAN PAPIER MÂCHÉ AND ABALONE SHELL SEWING CASKET
19th century
The shaped casket with a domed lid and a scalloped rim and base decorated with inlaid and painted floral motifs, with some losses, enclosed by a scattered abalone shell tile border, with the original partitioned interior in mauve ruched silk and silvered paper
Height: 9cm Length: 20cm Width: 15.5cm

 50-100

036
A SIGNED PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF GEORGIANA CAVENDISH, DUCHESS OF DEVONSHIRE
19th to early 20th century, signed Cosway, (Richard 1742-1840) but after
An opposite half portrait of a work originally by Thomas Gainsborough painted in 1787, in watercolours on ivory or ivorine, housed in a pinchbeck frame; as found
Height: 10cm Width: 8cm

 200-300

037
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A MAN
19th century, probably German
The rectangular half portrait of an older gentleman in a semi-profile pose and wearing a grey brown coat jacket, in watercolours on ivory, with signature of A. Horstmann lower right of image, housed in a plain pinchbeck frame with a textured matte
Length: 12.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 150-250

038
AN ANTIQUE GLASS DOME
19th century
A tall dome upon a fitted ebonised timber base suitable for a clock or other display
Height: 48cm Width: 32 cm Depth: 21cm

 150-250

039
A SMALL VICTORIAN BRISTOL BLUE GLASS 'NUTMEG' SPIRIT LAMP
Later 19th century
Press moulded glass with 'Nutmeg' in relief to the side, with a small loop handle, original fittings and a blown glass chimney
Height: 19.5cm

 50-80

040
A FINELY CARVED CRUCIFIX IN MIXED TIMBERS
18th century, French or Italian
With figures in fruitwood and depicting Christ on the cross, at his feet the Virgin Mary, John the Baptist and another disciple kneeling with an urn, all raised on a rococo carved base
Height: 48.5cm Width: 16cm

 1000-1500

041
AN ANTIQUE BRASS INKWELL IN THE FRENCH MANNER
Mid 19th century
The shaped rectangular inkwell with a decorative rear gallery with scrolling and pierced elements supporting side candleholders, with a pen well, two cast inkwells with acanthus and stiff leaf decoration and raised upon six feet, two with scrolled dolphin head embellishments
Height: 15.5cm Width: 30cm Depth: 17cm

 50-100

042
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE IN A PINCHBECK FRAME
Early 20th century
The oval portrait of a woman in watercolours upon ivory, lightly etched monogram, possibly JCHB, to left of image and housed in plain frame, with bail
Length: 8.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-200

043
AN ANTIQUE PAINTED CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MINIATURE PORTRAIT
19th century, possibly of Berlin manufacture, impressed mark 15
The serene profile image of a female saint upon a sombre ground and housed in a floral pinchbeck frame with bail
Length: 8.5cm Width: 7cm

 200-400

044
A VICTORIAN PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A MAN
Late 19th century
The oval portrait of formally dressed older gentleman in a semi profile pose, in watercolours upon ivory, initials F or EB to right of image, and housed in a plain brass frame with bail
Length: 7.5cm Width: 6cm

 150-250

045
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE BROOCH OF A CHILD
19th century
The oval portrait of a blonde curly haired child in delicate watercolours probably on ivory and housed in a simple oval pinchbeck frame with pin clasp
Length: 5.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 200-400

046
AN EDWARDIAN HAND COLOURED WATERCOLOUR PHOTOMINIATURE ON IVORY IN A HAMMERED SILVER FRAME
Early 20th century
A delicately hand coloured portrait of a woman wearing an aquamarine drop necklace and pink roses to her hair, housed in an oval hammered frame with an easel back
Length: 8cm Width: 6cm

 250-350

047
THE DENMARK ORDER OF DANNEBROG, FREDERICK IX KNIGHT BADGE AND CASE
1863-1906, by Anton Michelsen of Copenhagen, Royal jeweller and medallist
A red and white enamel silver cross with silver crowns between the arms and surmounted by the crown, attached to the original red and white moire ribbon and housed in the red leather and tooled hard shell case of issue
Length: 5.5cm Width: 3cm

 500-800

048
AN ANTIQUE IVORY COVERED TANKARD WITH CLASSICAL DECORATION
Second half 19th century, probably German
Richly carved throughout with a continuous Bacchanalian scene to the body with male and female figures, putti and lecherous fawns between ornate scrolling foliate borders, the domed lid surmounted by a tambourine playing maiden finial, with a lavishly scrolled and leaf carved handle with acanthus thumbpiece and putto
Height: 33cm

 2000-4000

049
A VICTORIAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL VISITING CARD CASE
19th century
The rectangular hinge top case diagonally set with mother-of-pearl tiles finely engraved with patterns and floral motifs, with a press button opening mechanism revealing the ivory tipped edges and original lined interior, with calling cards of the original owner, Miss Ruby Waldegrave Brent of Battery Point Hobart
Length: 10.5cm Width: 8cm

 50-80

050
A VICTORIAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND ABALONE VISITING CARD CASE
19th century
A rectangular hinge top case diagonally set with mother-of-pearl tiles bordered by a chevron arrangement of abalone tiles, with a press button opening mechanism revealing the ivory tipped edges and the original lined interior
Length: 10.5cm Width: 8cm

 80-100

051
A COLLECTION OF TWENTY ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE MOSTLY BEADED AND TEXTILE TRIMS
Late 19th century to mid 20th century
Comprising antique jet beadwork bands and decorations, an Art Deco bead and metallic thread ornament, three Art Deco tulip baskets in coloured cord, peacock blue/black beadwork flowers, a sequin and beadwork net collar, other
Various shapes and sizes

 20-40

052
AN ART DECO IVORY FIGURINE OF A WOMAN BY LOUIS SASSON
Circa: 1920s, France
A smiling semi-nude woman in a serpentine pose encircled by a loosely draped cape held behind her head and to the side, with one gold armband and decorative motifs to her coiffed hair, raised on a veined red and ochre waisted square marble base, incised signature of L. Sasson to base of figure
Height: 27cm

 600-1000

053
A PAIR OF GOTHIC REVIVAL CAST BRONZE PRICKET STICKS
19th century
Pierced and moulded sticks with tripod bases, having broad trumpets with spikes, patterned and foliate knops to the stems studded with applied ornaments, the bases with scroll, knot and fantastic creature motifs
Height: 46.5cm

 200-400

054
A GROUP OF SIX MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Oval half portraits of three raj emperors and their consorts in jewel like watercolours with gilt enrichments upon ivory panels
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 700-800

055
A FINE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF LADY HARRINGTON
19th century, unsigned
A rectangular half portrait of the aristocratic sitter attired in a white ruffled gown and strands of pearls, in watercolours on ivory, and housed in a brass easel back frame with title engraved verso; inscription on card beneath miniature also cites title, and the artist as Richard Cosway (but after)
Height: 17cm Width: 14cm

 450-600

056
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A WOMAN
Early 20th century
The half portrait of an elegant attired Georgian lady in a plumed hat and a blue gown, in watercolours on ivory or ivorine; housed in a simple timber frame
Height: 12cm Width: 10cm

 300-500

057
AN EXCEPTIONAL ANTIQUE INDIAN IVORY ELEPHANT WITH HOWDAH
Mid 19th century
An exquisitely carved caparisoned elephant with howdah raised on an ornate fret and gadroon decorated base, with a raj figure and attendant, and a mahout to the front
Height: 39cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 19cm

 15000-25000

058
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL CANDLESTICKS
Early 20th century
The pillar sticks with mother-of-pearl tile decoration between brass bands upon a knopped and stepped stem to a spreading base with radiating mother of pearl embellishments
Height: 17cm

 100-150

059
A VICTORIAN SPIRIT LAMP WITH A BLUE GLASS FONT
19th century
With a hexagonal base with cast and pierced scrolling motifs and bead borders to a dome shaped stem and supporting a bowl-shaped font in clear blue with an internal quilted motif, with original fittings and a shaped glass chimney
Height: 53cm

 30-50

060
A VICTORIAN DUPLEX SPIRIT LAMP WITH A YELLOW GLASS FONT
19th century
The lamp with a shaped black glass base supporting a conical metalware stem with stiff leaf and wheat ear motifs to a moulded canary yellow font, with original fittings, a shaped glass chimney and a frosted globe shade
Height: 54cm

 50-100

061
A VICTORIAN 'MESSENGER'S NO 2 DUPLEX' BANQUET LAMP
19th century
With a cast pyramid style base with mascarons to each face supporting a Corinthian column and a moulded pink opaline glass font, with the original fittings, a glass chimney and a cranberry spiral decor shade with a ruffled rim
Height: 77cm

 200-400

062
A VINTAGE LEOPARD SKIN RUG WITH TAXIDERMIC HEAD
Early 20th century, with Ethiopian veterinary inspection stamp
The skin with cotton backing and black felt fringed trim to the edges
Length: 239cm Width: 147cm

 1000-2000

063
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD WORK BOX
Circa: 1830s
Of sarcophagus shape with beaded borders and a shaped mother-of-pearl cartouche to the lid, the original interior with tray and compartments lined in red silk and papers; one ring to the side absent
Height: 15cm Length: 25cm Width: 19.5cm

 100-200

064
AN ANTIQUE INDIAN VIZAGAPATAM STYLE CARVED GLOVE BOX
19th century
The long box with relief carving to the lid and sides, edged with bone and sadeli mosaic borders, enclosing a pair of long cream kid gloves
Height: 7cm Length: 28cm Width: 11cm

 100-200

065
AN ANGLO-INDIAN VIZAGAPATAM SANDALWOOD SEWING BOX
Mid 19th century
The casket shaped box finely carved in relief with animals and foliate motifs in low relief between bone and sadeli mosaic borders, the complete compartmentalised interior with petite carved lids, and various ivory sewing accessories including reels, needle holders, thimble
Height: 13.5cm Length: 32.5cm Width: 23cm

 150-250

066
AN ANTIQUE SINHALESE PORCUPINE QUILL BOX
19th century
The hinged box layered with quills to the lid and sides under ebony strapping with bone stud work
Height: 8.5cm Length: 22cm Width: 16cm

 150-250

067
A VICTORIAN SCOTTISH ROSEWOOD TRAVELLING TOILETRIES BOX
Later 19th century, with label for Glasgow maker, Richard Wathew
The simple box with a small mother-of pearl-cartouche, the original interior with tray and fitted compartments lined in red velvet and paper, with a range of bottles and accessories, some Teniers-style silver plate items, and button hooks and shoe horns hallmarked for English silver
Height: 13cm Length: 28cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-200

068
A COLLECTION OF FOUR HARDWOOD TIMBER BOXES
Early 20th century
A hinged casket on ogee bracket feet, a long-domed box with lining and a lift off lid, and two unusual 'book' style boxes of slightly cushion profile with secret slide out compartments
Height: 11.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 16.5cm and smaller

 100-200

069
A VICTORIAN PAPIER MÂCHÉ AND ABALONE SHELL SEWING BOX
19th century
The rectangular serpentine box with a domed lid, decorated with abalone shell tile and chain borders and a shell and enamel painted floral vignette, shell and gilt posies to the front, the interior with a compartmentalised tray covered in later Florentine paper, with various sewing sundries
Height: 14cm Length: 28cm Width: 21.5cm

 150-250

070
A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND TUNBRIDGE WARE SEWING BOX
19th century
The rectangular box with rounded long edges to the lid, in well figured walnut with patterned straps in coloured veneers and a lozenge shaped cartouche and escutcheon, the interior with a compartmentalised tray in silver paper and purple silk, the interior lid in ruched silk
Height: 14cm Length: 30cm Width: 22cm

 100-200

071
A FRENCH INLAID WALNUT AND THUJA LIQUEUR TANTALUS BOX
Second half 19th century
Rectangular with a serpentine front, having brass edging, delicate mother-of-pearl floral inlay, meandering brass stringing and contrasting timbers, a shaped brass cartouche to the top and front with mother-of-pearl embellishments, the interior with a removable cast gilt bronze and wood bottle and glasses stand
Height: 27.5cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 25cm

 800-1200

072
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TUNBRIDGE WARE SEWING BOX
Later 19th century
The well figured box with patterned strapwork, ebonised edges and an octagonal cartouche with mother-of-pearl medallion, with the original compartmentalised interior with tray lined in purple silk and silver paper
Height: 14cm Length: 27.5cm Width: 20cm

 100-200

073
A GEORGIAN BURR WALNUT TEA CADDY, AND TWO SILVER SPOONS
Early 19th century
The sarcophagus shaped box with ring handles and target mounts having two lidded and tin paper lined compartments, together with a silver-plated sifter spoon and a cased Sheffield 'Albany pattern' sterling silver spoon; hallmarked to stem
Height: 14.5cm Length: 20.5cm Width: 11.5cm

 150-250

074
A VICTORIAN EBONISED SEWING BOX WITH SATINWOOD, BURR WALNUT, AND BRASS AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAY
19th century
The large box with a shaped inlaid brass and mother of pearl cartouche to a brass strung walnut lozenge upon a blonde satinwood ground, with decorative brass and shell borders, the fitted interior with tray
Height: 12cm Length: 33cm Width: 22cm

 100-200

075
A VICTORIAN LACEWOOD AND KINGWOOD SEWING BOX
19th century
In well figured blonde timber with cross banded edges, a mother of pearl cartouche and escutcheon, having a compartmentalised tray with a range of tools and bone and mother of pearl reel holders, with a ruched red silk fall front lid, with a faded inscription of provenance to the tool card dated 1886
Height: 15cm Length: 30.5cm Width: 23cm

 150-250

076
A FINE SWISS PAILLARD & CO CYLINDER TABLE TOP MUSIC BOX
Circa: 1880s, 'sole agent' retailer Jabez Carnegie & Sons, Melbourne
The ebonised and burr walnut music box in immaculate condition and full working order, with six tuned bells surmounted with enamelled brass flowers and having butterfly and dragonfly strikers, castanets and drum, and a crank operated chrome cylinder
Height: 32cm Length: 85cm Width: 40cm

 6000-8000

077
AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY CASED MANTLE CLOCK
Early 20th century, unmarked, with pendulum
The gong striking clock with a floral-patterned dial with Arabic number buttons and blue steel hands, the case with an extended arched top and raised on four gilt metal paw feet with leafy mounts
Height: 29cm Width: 21.5cm Depth: 13cm

 100-200

078
AN ONYX AND GILT METAL FIGURAL CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
19th century, with key
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a drum head surmounted by an urn issuing fruits and produce emblematic of the harvest and autumn and flanked by a young farmer with agricultural tools and a wheat sheaf over his shoulder, raised on a shaped white onyx base with applied ornaments
Height: 39cm Width: 37cm Depth: 14cm

 150-250

079
A BOULLE MANTLE CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XV MANNER
19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin, stamp for J.R. & Co, Paris, dial with retailer's mark, Mappin & Webb, Paris
A waisted bracket clock with gong strike, having a pagoda top, floral finial, gilt bronze mounts and brass arabesque inlay to the scarlet ground, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute marks; with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 13.5cm

 1000-1500

080
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of Courtecuisse of Lille
A shaped rectangular clock with volutes, a bow front and stepped base, having a black dial with engraved and gilded Roman numerals; key and pendulum
Height: 23cm Width: 40cm Depth: 21cm

 200-300

081
A BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with key and pendulum
Rectangular with an arched crest with bronze mask, having a large bronzed dial with Roman numerals and raised on an extended and shaped base with ogee bracket feet, with rouge marble trims, mask capitals, and engraved and gilded tendril decoration
Height: 43cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 18.5cm

 400-600

082
A WHITE MARBLE LOUIS XVI STYLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin
The portico clock with a drum head and an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, pairs of columns trimmed with cast festoons and surmounted by an urn and side finials with bursting fruits and flowers, raised on a shaped base and petite toupie feet, with key and sunburst finial; with conforming side vases
Height: 43cm Width: 28cm Depth: 13cm

 500-600

083
AN ART DECO MARBLE, ONYX AND FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s,
A diamond shaped dial with bold Arabic numerals set within an architectural grey marble and cream onyx plinth with portoro marble trims and flanked by a Grecian pipe playing maiden serenading a dancing goat, with conforming wedge shaped side vases; with key

Height: 25.5cm Width: 42cm Depth: 12cm

 500-800

084
A FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK
20th century, Made in France to mechanism, dial marked W. Davis & Son Melbourne
The corniche type clock with a visible escapement, having Roman numerals, bevelled glass panels and a pinned and hinged shaped handle
Height: 11.5cm Width: 8cm Depth: 6.5cm

 100-200

085
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
Mid 19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti et Cie
The dial with Arabic numerals and minute markings set within an arched and fluted plinth, an urn finial and raised on a bow front white marble base, with cast side volutes, trophies and Neoclassical trims, with a pair of twin candle side decorations, with key and pendulum
Height: 28cm Width: 18cm Depth: 11cm

 900-1500

086
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with mark of Paul Garnier, Paris to dial
Of waisted form with lavish cast acanthus scrolls and shell work, a vegetal finial and an extravagant pierced rectangular base, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and decorative pierced hands, with key and pendulum
Height: 39.5cm Width: 28cm Depth: 17cm

 1000-1500

087
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mark of Denière Matelin, Paris, to the dial
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a plinth draped with a sea goddess holding an anchor resting on a shell with a paddle beside her, raised on a rectangular base with formal applied trims; no key or pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 31.5cm Depth: 12cm

 400-500

088
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century
With an engine turned barrel head enclosing a turned dial and enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals, flanked by a Classical harvest figure and a pillar with a tazze of fruits, above a rectangular base with bun feet, decorated with festoons, trophies and swan motifs, with key and pendulum
Height: 30.5cm Width: 23cm Depth: 9.5cm

 600-800

089
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, maker's mark of Vincenti et Cie, mark of Bollotte à Paris to the mechanism and dial, with key and pendulum
Of slender square profile with demi-lune fluted side pillars, an urn finial with scrolling legs and Neoclassical trims throughout above an extended base, Roman numerals and minute markings to the enamel dial and decorative pierced hands
Height: 29.5cm Width: 21.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 650-950

090
A SMALL SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Late 19th to early 20th century
The clock in the form of a fluted pillar with Neoclassical trims and caprine side decorations, surmounted by a cupid and raised on a moulded circular base, the dial with floral festoons and Arabic numerals, with key
Height: 22.5cm

 150-180

091
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Second half 19th century, with maker's mark S. Marti et Cie, dial with mark of Maison Vernet, 42 Rue de Bac to the dial
A rectangular clock with an enamel dial, Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings, surmounted by a swagged urn and flanked by fluted demi-lune pillars with pine cone finials, raised on a shaped rectangular base, with bead and applied foliate details, key and pendulum
Height: 31.5cm Width: 20cm Depth: 11cm

 700-900

092
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE CLOCK
Circa: 1920s, with stamp of Societe Clusiennes S.C.A.P.H, Cluses
An oval shaped clock with a moulded case emulating drapery, rope twist tassels flanked by cornucopias issuing flora as a crest, with enamel dial with Arabic numerals and supported on an oval octagonal base, with key and pendulum
Height: 29cm Width: 23.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 250-450

093
A FLAME MAHOGANY REGENCY BRACKET CLOCK
Circa: 1820, with maker's mark of Robert Roskell & Son Liverpool 1098
Of upswept arching form with tiered gadroons, bead designs to the edges and scale fret side panels, a narrow border of flutes to the base and raised on brass ball feet, the large dial with Roman numerals, quarter bell strike with repeat via a cord to the side, and maker's mark to both dial and mechanism; with key and pendulum
Height: 53cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 15cm

 1000-1500

094
A ROCOCO REVIVAL SILVERED BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a waisted body of ornate cast and pierced form with an asymmetric crest, pairs of wings, and sweeping leaf and scrolling forms; the twin candlestick side pieces of conforming design; with pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 14cm

 550-650

095
A BLACK AND WHITE MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1800, dial marked Radant à Paris
An elegant Empire architectural style clock with a projecting cornice and an urn finial, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a gilded bezel and embellished with applied spandrels, upon a stepped base and petite feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 12cm

 800-1000

096
A FRENCH GREY MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for S. Marti
With a floral decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a fine tooled gilt bezel, pairs of pillars with turned capitals and bases, with a shaped top surmounted by a roaring lion and a conforming stepped base; with key and sunburst pendulum
Height: 38cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14cm

 350-450

097
A ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1855, with maker's mark for Vincent et Cie
Having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a lavishly cast waisted body with extravagant foliate scrolls, an asymmetric pierced crest, and a lattice panel to the waist above a vegetal base and outward scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 33cm Depth: 15cm

 650-850

098
A FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Samuel Marti and mark of Bailly Weibel of Lyon to the dial, with key and pendulum
An enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within an architectural plinth with an extravagant trophy crest, fluted pilasters and cast side decorations, the rectangular marble base with 'D' ends and guilloche and rosette trims
Height: 37cm Width: 27cm Depth: 12cm

 900-1100

099
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE AND MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with key and sunburst mask pendulum
With a drum head of veined cream marble supported by a pair of bronze putti and surmounted by a trophy finial, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals with enamel festoons and pierced gilt hands, raised on a rectangular marble base with Neoclassical border trims
Height: 36cm Width: 26cm Depth: 11.5cm

 600-900

100
AN ORMOLU AND SÈVRES STYLE FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Marti et Cie
A drum head with an enamel dial and Roman numerals flanked by a child with his net and a shell, the shaped base with trailing water garden imagery in relief and a bleu celeste porcelain plaque with a painted sea life trophy, key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 13cm

 700-900

101
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Mid 19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti et Cie
An enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within an arched plinth surmounted by a cupid and flanked by urns with flame finials, the extended rectangular base with rounded ends and pierced decorations, with husks, goat's heads and other Neoclassical trims; with key and pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 12cm

 900-1500

102
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères, impressed mark of P.H. Mourey to case, with key and pendulum
An enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a cast waisted dial with high relief grape vine, fruit and scroll decorations, two musical cupids to the fore with lyre and bagpipes and raised on an extravagant pierced shell base
Height: 30.5cm Width: 31cm Depth: 17.5cm

 750-950

103
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
1930s, maker's mark of Pierre Megnin, mark of L. Joly to dial
A shaped and stepped rectangular clock in red, black and portoro marble surmounted by a gilded kneeling female dancer striking a stylised pose with a hoop, the face with an octagonal dial with Arabic numerals; with key
Height: 43.5cm Width: 50cm Depth: 10.5cm

 1000-1500

104
A BOLD ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s, stamped Made in France, with key
An octagonal drum in vigorously figured marble enclosing an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, with a red marble domed finial and raised on a red marble stem to an octagonal base, the side decorations conforming
Height: 33cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 17.5cm

 450-800

105
A LARGE ORMOLU ROCOCO STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Marti et Cie
An extravagantly cast waisted case with acanthus and shell scrolls surmounted by a crest with a leafy flourish and a vegetal finial, the dial with a cream enamel chapter ring and Arabic numerals, with key and pendulum
Height: 60cm Width: 39cm Depth: 17.5cm

 1200-1800

106
A NEOCLASSICAL FIGURAL ORMOLU CLOCK
19th century, unmarked, with silk suspension
The eight-day movement clock with an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a triangular shaped body lavishly adorned with leafy scrolls, festoons and patterned borders, surmounted by the dashing figure of a cavalier with a patterned dress coat and a plumed hat; with key and pendulum
Height: 42cm Width: 33.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 600-1000

107
AN ART DECO MARBLE 'DRAGON FLY' CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s, with maker's mark for F. Marty
In various multi-toned marbles, with a rectangular case with rounded upper corners and a stepped quarter circle motif with sphere to one side supporting a poised dragon fly, a rectangular dial with Arabic numerals, and side vases of conforming design, with key and pendulum
Height: 24cm Width: 40.5cm Depth: 11cm

 350-650

108
A MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with key and pendulum
A glazed portico style clock in veined apricot marble with an enclosed dial and mercury regulator pendulum and surmounted by a winged sphinx; the marble side vases with cast scrolling handles of conforming design
Height: 60cm Width: 33cm Depth: 14cm

 1000-1500

109
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with figure by J. Berard, key and pendulum
A rectangular plinth in contrasting veined purple and green marble, a diamond set dial with Arabic numerals and flanked by a modish woman in a medieval inspired gown accompanied by a dog, with a pair of associated plinth style vase decorations
Height: 34.5cm Width: 50cm Depth: 15cm

 450-650

110
A PAIR OF ART DECO FAWN BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of gangly legged fawns in lustrous gold colours raised upon orange veined cream marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 300-500

111
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER ALSATIAN BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s, with relief mark of Tedd
An opposite pair of seated and alert Alsatians in lustrous bronze colours and raised on black marble bases, relief marks to tails
Height: 13.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 120-160

112
AN ART DECO PATINATED SPELTER FIGURE, 'DANSE PAIENNE' BY DERENNE
1930s, Derenne was the pseudonym of Marcel Bouraine
The athletic figure of a nude female athlete poised on one foot and balancing discus in each hand, in mottled verdigris colours and raised on a square black marble block base, impressed mark of Derenne to model
Height: 25.5cm Width: 22cm

 700-1000

113
AN ART DECO SPELTER EGYPTIAN REVIVAL SPHINX DESK ORNAMENT
Circa: 1920s
Of typical part lion and human form, the recumbent sphinx with traditional Egyptian head ware with a bird omen to the forehead, in golden bronze colours and raised on a black marble base
Height: 14.5cm Length: 27cm Width: 9.5cm

 200-300

114
A COMPLEMENTARY PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU BRONZE FIGURAL LAMPS BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Circa: 1900, with title plaques to bases; European electrical fittings
The pair of maidens, 'Fleur des Pres' and 'Fleur des Vallées' clad in draping gowns and supported by spreading foliage, each holding aloft a torch issuing stiff gilded leaves and holding electric candles, raised upon faux red marble bases
Height: 74cm

 650-850

115
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER PHEASANT
Circa: 1930
The naturalistically modelled pheasant in bronze colour with muted gold painted decoration delineating the plumage, raised on a heavy black marble ellipse shaped base
Height: 27cm Length: 42cm Width: 11.5cm

 150-200

116
AN ANTIQUE BRONZE EGYPTIAN REVIVAL TABLE BAROMETER
The aneroid barometer with a drum head supported on a winged sphinx above a bronze mounted alabaster base with winged creature feet
Height: 17cm

 50-80

117
A FRENCH MAHOGANY ANEROID WALL BAROMETER AND THERMOMETER
Circa: 1900
The spear shaped barometer with a pierced Art Nouveau inspired head enclosing the barometer, a red alcohol thermometer to the stem and surmounted by a temple crest, with Neoclassical gilt bronze trims
Length: 50cm Width: 21cm

 50-100

118
A PAIR OF ART DECO SWAN BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of swans with ruffled plumage in muted lustrous gold brown colours and raised upon flecked black marble bases
Height: 15cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

119
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER BIRD BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of deep gold song birds raised on verdigris stepped supports upon mottled orange red and grey marble bases
Height: 16cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 8cm

 200-300

120
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER GOAT BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of leaping goats, in golden bronze colours and raised upon mottled maroon and cream marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7cm

 150-250

121
A PAIR OF ART DECO SQUIRREL BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of squirrels in pewter and soft gold colours, seated upon their haunches and both feasting upon a nut, raised upon veined black marble bases
Height: 11.5cm Length: 10.5cm Width: 7cm

 150-200

122
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SPANIEL BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of seated spaniels in golden brown colours raised upon veined near black marble bases
Height: 10.5cm Length: 12cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

123
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER GOAT BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of leaping goats with foliage at the base, in a verdigris finish and raised upon a red and white veined deep brown marble bases
Height: 12cm Length: 11cm Width: 7cm

 150-250

124
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SQUIRREL BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of recumbent squirrels, with bold scrolling tails and both holding a nut between their front paws, raised on white marble bases
Height: 12cm Length: 16cm Width: 9cm

 150-250

125
AN ART DECO SPELTER TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s, with European fittings
Depicting a giraffe incongruously feasting upon a upon a tropical palm tree with a pale blue mottled spherical shade upon a two-tone flecked green and cream rectangular marble base
Height: 14cm Width: 25cm Depth: 11cm

 80-120

126
A BRONZE PHEASANT BY IGNACIO GALLO (D.1935)
Naturalistically cast and positioned on a near rectangular base with inscribed mark of I. Gallo
Height: 29.5cm Width: 42cm

 350-600

127
A PAIR OF ART DECO LEAPING DOG BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of dogs in lustrous golden-brown colours springing out of green grasses, and raised upon vert campan marble bases
Height: 15cm Length: 11.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

128
A PAIR OF ART DECO STAG BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of stags in lustrous gold and pewter colours, raised on mottled grey and apricot marble bases
Height: 15.5cm Length: 15.5cm Width: 8cm

 120-160

129
A FRENCH ART DECO BRONZE AND GRANITE ASHTRAY
Circa: 1930s
Depicting two bronze ducks, one posed as if sipping water from a pond, positioned upon a hexagonal brown granitic tray with a deep well
Height: 12cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 19.5cm

 100-200

130
A PAIR OF ITALIAN GRAND TOUR BRONZE URN VASES
19th century
The urn vases with continuous Greco-Roman figural decoration in high relief to the body upon a textured and blackened ground, with stiff leaf and dart borders to the rim and pedestal foot, and twin scrolling handles
Height: 19.5cm

 100-200

131
A PAIR OF ART DECO LEAPING GAZELLE BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s, incised mark of Uora
An opposite pair of gazelles springing from foliage, in muted lustrous gold and copper colours, and raised on red veined white marble bases, with impressed marks of Uora to bases of foliage
Height: 16.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 120-160

132
A PAIR OF ART DECO BRONZE GOAT BOOK ENDS BY MAX LE VERRIER
Circa: 1920s
A boldly modelled chiselled pair of mountain goats with waterfall style beards raised on geometric wedge shaped integral bronze supports and portoro marble bases, incised signature to both
Height: 16.5cm Length: 14cm Width: 6.5cm

 1000-1500

133
A FINE PAIR OF FRENCH ORMOLU SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRA
Circa: 1890s
Both of ornate pierced form with acanthus scroll tiered arms supporting urn shaped sconces, a knopped and urn form stem with snuffer above a pierced pedestal and raised upon a squared base with extended and canted corners with finials and acanthus whorl feet
Height: 66.5cm

 1000-2000

134
A PAIR OF FRENCH LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU WALL SCONCES
Circa: 1930s
Cast in high relief with vegetal forms and putto masks, issuing two scrolling foliate arms with pairs of differing sockets and dishes
Length: 42cm Width: 26cm

 100-200

135
A PAIR OF EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU WALL SCONCES
Circa: 1930s
Well cast caduceus form sconces issuing twin snake head arms with urn form sockets
Length: 26.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 60-100

136
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH BRASS AND CRYSTAL DROP WALL SCONCES
Mid 20th century
With shaped slender backplates issuing a pair of scrolling arms with floriform dishes and urn form sockets supporting electric candles, embellished with tear drop and cut crystal pear shaped drops with floral mounts, with pleated and ribbon trimmed cream silk shades
Length: 24cm Width: 24cm

 50-100

137
A PAIR OF FRENCH SPELTER URN VASES
Circa: 1900
With Art Nouveau influence, the ovoid bodies with putto embellished medallions surrounded by fruiting garlands, with twin high set bracket handles with floral embellishments, slender trumpet necks and pedestals to squared bases with applied leaf form feet, in bronze and deep red colours throughout
Height: 37cm

 200-400

138
A PAIR OF FRENCH SPELTER FIGURES BY ROUSSEAU
19th century
'Retour de Pêche', and 'Pêcheuse de Crevettes', male and female figures with baskets of seafood, in bronze colours upon shaped circular faux red marble bases, incised signatures to bases and small title plaques
Height: 40.5cm

 200-400

139
AN ART DECO BRONZE BIRD GROUP BY DERIC
Circa: 1920s
A pair of seagulls in full flight skirting the tops of cresting waves, in deep patinated green bronze colours and raised upon a white veined black marble oval base; incised mark of Deric to base
Height: 33cm Width: 46cm

 450-650

140
AN ART DECO SPELTER PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s
In rich lustre colours with tints of gold and red and raised on a wedge shaped veined taupe marble base with chamfered edges
Height: 26cm Width: 49cm Depth: 15.5cm

 300-500

141
AN ART DECO SPELTER MODEL OF A WOMAN AND A DOG
Circa: 1920s
A seated woman upon a cream marble plinth holding a bird in her hand and attired in a gold decorated flowing gown, her head and arms in ivory enamel colours, a recumbent borzoi beside her and raised on a black marble base
Height: 32cm Width: 55cm Depth: 15.5cm

 200-300

142
AN ART DECO SPELTER MODEL OF A WATER CARRIER MAIDEN AND A DOG
Circa: 1920s
A semi reclining woman with ivorine hands and arms and dressed in medieval inspired attire, her flowing black gown and draped sleeves decorated in muted gold and silver colours, one arm upon a vessel, the other patting a seated dog, the whole raised upon a dark grey and cream marble base with onyx trims
Height: 33cm Width: 58cm Depth: 20cm

 800-1200

143
A SPELTER AND MARBLE MODEL OF TWO ALSATIANS BY LOUIS ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)
A large animal group naturalistically modelled with a recumbent dog and an alert seated companion, upon a stepped two-tone ochre and portoro marble base; incised mark of L. Carvin to base
Height: 42cm Width: 71cm Depth: 22cm

 400-600

144
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A STAG BY M. FAVRE
Circa: 1900
A naturalistically modelled figure of an alert ten-point stag standing upon rocky ground and raised on a rectangular green flecked black marble base; incised signature to base
Height: 63cm Width: 54cm

 1200-1800

145
A BRONZE MODEL, 'PECHEUR', BY EMILE LOUIS PICAULT (1833-1915)
Circa: 1880
The large cast striding figure of a young fisherman carrying the tools of his trade over his shoulder and raised upon a circular base, with inscribed signature, E. Picault, to base and small title plaque
Height: 58.5cm

 1200-2000

146
A SPELTER FIGURE BY SYLVAIN KINSBERGER (1955-1935)
In bronze colours and depicting a young woman playing a mandolin attired in a flowing classical robe and raised upon a faux mottled red marble circular shaped base; inscribed mark of S. Kinsberger to base
Height: 59cm

 250-350

147
A LARGE FRENCH BLACK SLATE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with medaille d'honneur stamp
Of temple style with a triangular pediment with applied ornaments and a gently arched crest, a black dial with gilded Roman numerals within a cast bezel, flanked by classical pillars in contrasting mottled rouge colours and raised on an extended and stepped base; with gong strike, key and pendulum
Height: 52cm Width: 50cm Depth: 18cm

 200-400

148
A PAIR OF CLOISONNE BRONZE VASES
Qing Dynasty, 1644 - 1912
Pear shaped vases with borders of patterned cloisonné to the neck and body between diaper patterned bands, with applied archaistic motifs and ring handles, drill holes to the rims and one base, possibly for a lamp conversion

 200-250

149
A PAIR OF CHINESE EARTHENWARE POLYCHROME DISHES
In a predominantly emerald green and iron red palette with blue and gilt enrichments, with figures and pavilions in a traditional landscape setting, the exterior with rustic emerald green scale patterns upon crackleware; script underside
Diameter: 12cm

 50-100

150
TWO ARCHERY RINGS HOUSED IN A FITTED PEWTER BOX
One in glass emulating white jade with green inflections and the other in lapis lazuli with aventurine inclusions; the box with two compartments upon a crescent shaped base with bordered character mark underside
Diameter: 3.5cm (rings)

 140-240

151
TWO VINTAGE IVORY NETSUKE FIGURES
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising a male figure bending to tie his traditional geta footwear, and a well carved figure of a smiling older peasant figure carrying a shoulder bag and a lantern or vessel upon a stick, with himatoshi
Length: 6cm and smaller

 150-250

152
A CHINESE JADE BUCKLE
Qing Dynasty 1664-1912, provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
Of traditional hook form with carved dragon and chilong figures in even celadon green colours
Length: 11cm

 1200-1400

153
A SMALL SIGNED JAPANESE GINBARI CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, 20th century
The ovoid vase decorated with wired bearded iris in colours upon a bright apple green ombré ground; stamped underside with maple leaf motif between concentric rings
Height: 9.5cm

 30-50

154
A CHINESE EXPORT BLACK LACQUER CHINOISERIE TIMBER BOX
Qing Dynasty, late 18th to early 19th century
The octagonal footed box with a lobed and fluted lid with channel groove details and an oval cartouche, beautifully decorated throughout with delicate figural narrative scenes in cartouches in two tone gilt
Height: 16.5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 21cm

 400-600

155
A CHINESE HARDWOOD BRUSHPOT
A large brushpot of slightly waisted form in well figured mid toned timber
Height: 24cm Diameter: 23cm

 300-500

156
A SMALL VIETNAMESE COVERED POT, A VIETNAMESE SHIPWRECK 'PARROT CUP' AND A CHINESE SHIPWRECK COVERED POT
16th century; Early Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, 17th century
A lobed pot with a radiating petal, ruyi and lappet design; a parrot cosmetic cup attributed to the Hoi An Hoard, with a hollowed half peach encircled by a parrot; and a Chinese shipwreck pot, a marriage piece, decorated with prunus
Diameter: 10.5cm and smaller

 300-500

157
A JAPANESE ORIENTAL CERAMIC VASE
Showa Period (1926 - 1989)
The ovoid vase with a broad neck, decorated with two shaped panels enclosing ho ho birds in fruiting pomegranate trees upon a blue dotted black ground embellished with flocks of swallows in red, tan and creamy colours, a red lappet border to the base; nine character painted mark underside; with timber stand
Height: 24.5cm

 100-200

158
A GROUP OF FOUR ORIENTAL PORCELAIN WARES
19th to 20th century
A pair of Kutani plates decorated in the satsuma manner with figures in a walled landscape, and two men fighting over a woman in an interior, six character marks; a moriage enamel star burst plate, with three character mark; a small Chinese lozenge shaped dish with a pierced lid and figural decoration
Diameter: 23cm and smaller

 30-50

159
A VINTAGE CHINESE EROTIC LADY BONE CORKSCREW
Early 20th century
A cylindrical corkscrew with bead and spiral band details, the handle in the form of a reclining lady wearing a short chemise
Length: 20cm

 150-300

160
A FAMILLE ROSE RECTANGULAR PORCELAIN BRUSH POT
Decorated to each face with auspicious foliage, including prunus, peony, and bamboo
Height: 12cm

 70-150

161
A POLISHED XIN JIANG WHITE JADE STONE
A large slightly irregular triangular stone suspended from a brown cord knotted rope
Length: 9.5cm

 1000-1200

162
A CHINESE EXPORT DOUBLE SIDED 'MANDARIN' FAN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in rich blue, green and red gouache colours with a continuous panel of figures engaged in narratives in pavilion and garden settings, with applied silk clothing to some figures and painted ivory faces, with delicately embellished gilt black lacquerware sticks; in original unrestored condition
Height: 44cm Width: 63cm

 200-400

163
AN ANTIQUE INDIAN IVORY CARD CASE AND A CHINESE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE
Early 20th century (card case) and later 20th century
A pierced floral and patterned case of hinged and pinned form, and; an interior painted rectangular glass snuff bottle with traditional figures in landscape scenes
Length: 9cm

 100-200

164
A TIMBER NETSUKE AND A SMALL OKIMONO OF A SEAL
Probably early 20th century
The netsuke of a man riding a buffalo, signed to a tiny circular ivory plaque, and; an okimono in terracotta colours with black enrichments depicting a seal with her pup
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 100-200

165
A SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL
A squat square plinth surmounted by a carved dragon lion figure in deep toffee colours infused with red, with incised seal script underside
Height: 8cm Width: 6cm Depth: 6cm

 240-280

165a
A BLUE AND WHITE CUP WITH A SMALL FLUTED DISH
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A cup of ogee profile with a small foot ring in Prussian blue colours, the interior with a scrolling blue border and a central floral motif and bearing an apocryphal Xuande Ming mark underside within concentric blue rings; the small dish with patterned and figural reserves to the border and a central traditional landscape scene
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 10cm (dish)

 200-250

166
A BALUSTER PORCELAIN POLYCHROME VASE
The quatrefoil cushion form vase with applied elephant head handles to the neck, decorated with quatrefoil cartouches enclosing birds amidst auspicious foliage and rockwork upon an emerald, pale blue and lemon diaper ground between magenta stiff leaf borders and lappets
Height: 25cm

 140-240

167
A STRAND OF XIN JIANG WHITE JADE BEADS
A graduated strand of slightly irregular polished pear shaped stones in modulating white and pale celadon hues
Length: 37.5cm

 600-800

168
A SOAPSTONE CARVING
A traditional scene of pavilions amidst pine trees in a sublime mountainous landscape, upon an integral base
Height: 8cm Width: 15.5cm

 70-150

169
AN OPPOSITE PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASES
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
Delicately decorated in a soft palette with a lady seated at a scholar's desk and reading a book, a vase of a ferns and flowers upon a bamboo stand behind her; red stamp marks underside
Height: 14cm

 140-200

170
A POLYCHROME ENAMEL DECORATED GINGER JAR WITH A TIMBER LID
Of typical ovoid form and decorated in a predominantly famille verte palette with a bird in a rockwork flower garden with magnolia, peony, and scattered with butterflies, with a well figured timber lid
Height: 16.5cm

 100-150

171
A LARGE CHINESE PORCELAIN EMPEROR FIGURE
In bright enamel colours, the standing figure in a bright blue robe adorned with a long court necklace, with head dress and holding a yellow ruyi sceptre
Height: 55cm

 400-600

172
A LARGE CHINESE PORCELAIN EMPEROR FIGURE
In bright enamel colours, the standing figure in a yellow robe adorned with a long court necklace and head dress and holding a ruyi sceptre
Height: 55.5cm

 400-600

173
A BRONZE MIRROR
A bronze dish mirror of Tang type, with a central creature surrounded by six chilongs amidst fruiting vegetation in high relief, a scrolling border to the rim; boxed
Diameter: 9cm

 70-150

174
A DRAGON DISH
Decorated to the exterior and an interior roundel with a red dragon amidst swirling waves, in underglaze blue and enamel colours; bearing a Qianlong seal underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 100-150

175
AN ART DECO PORCELAIN TEAPOT
Republic era, 20th century
The tapering square section teapot with a bracket handle decorated with shaped iron red cartouches enclosing seals and with character script throughout recounting a Chinese tale; red character factory marks underside
Height: 10.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 200-300

176
A SMALL FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOOK
Decorated with a whimsical figural narrative featuring an animated child and an older child standing on a table with bouquet of flowers, with rectangular cartouche with script; bearing a Qianlong seal underside
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 140-240

177
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE
The globular gently lobed vase with a slightly conical and banded neck, with a pair of applied chilongs to the collar, decorated with stiff leaf and lappet borders and a frieze with sporting dragons chasing a flaming pearl
Height: 25.5cm

 200-300

178
A TIBETAN BRONZE BUDDHA
In bright patinated brass colours, the contemplative Buddha with tightly coiled and darkened hair, long ear lobes and with a downward gaze, seated in the double lotus position with the right hand in the varana mudra position, script in relief to the back
Height: 33cm Width: 21cm Depth: 15cm

 600-800

179
TWO VINTAGE IVORY ANIMAL NETSUKES
Early to mid 20th century
A barrel shaped wicker basket with two clambering rodents, and a signed model of a horse, lightly engraved and inked to both with himatoshi
Length: 5cm and smaller

 150-250

180
TWO VINTAGE IVORY NETSUKE FIGURES
Early to mid 20th century
A long-bearded deity figure and warrior carrying a sword, lightly engraved and inked in colours, with himatoshi and signatures underside
Height: 6cm and smaller

 150-250

181
AN ABALONE SHELL VENEER TIMBER BRUSH POT
A hexagonal pot raised on small feet, with inlaid abalone panels to each face
Height: 14.5cm

 70-150

182
A JAPANESE BRONZE CENSER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The ovoid censer with applied water lilies, prunus blossoms and native squirrels in high relief, the pierced lid with a dragon motif, and raised upon a water lily pedestal base
Height: 20.5cm

 50-100

183
A FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT WITH A TIMBER STAND
A large pot in underglaze blue colours and polychrome enamels with a continuous figural narrative in a landscape setting, between blue floral bands
Height: 19cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 300-400

184
A CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATE
Late Qing Dynasty
Decorated with a figural narrative scene set in a lakeside arbour and enclosed by a wide border with twelve shaped oval reserves decorated with fruits, flora and insects upon a green diaper ground embellished with iron red shell and feathered motifs
Diameter: 22.5cm

 200-300

185
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER VASE
Late Qing Dynasty
The carinate shaped vase with a trumpet neck, decorated with a joyful narrative comprising fifteen boys engaged in outdoor pursuits and pranks accompanied by their teacher
Height: 37.5cm

 250-300

186
A VINTAGE JAPANESE OBI
Showa period, 20th century
A woman's sash to be worn with a kimono, in silk and some metallic threads depicting fans and Daoist objects in cream, gold and lemon colours upon a black field
Length: 336cm Width: 30cm

 50-80

187
AN ANTIQUE ORIENTAL GILT BRONZE GUARDIAN LION DOG
The highly stylised cast figure of the near seated figure with the tail running up its spine, having ornamented facial features and embellished chest armour, the mane in the form of a flame mandorla
Height: 57cm

 100-200

188
A CHINESE TABLE
Probably huanghuali wood, the rectangular waistless table with projecting shaped spandrels, humpbacked stretchers and raised on long cylindrical legs
Height: 87cm Length: 96cm Width: 49cm

 100-150

189
A LOW CHINESE ELM TABLE
The waisted long rectangular table with cockbeaded lattice type stretchers and raised on horse hoof feet
Height: 50cm Width: 119cm Depth: 33cm

 50-100

190
A LONG CHINESE TABLE
In deep maroon black colours, the table with four frieze drawers with brass hardware, stepped stretchers and raised on slightly tapering square section legs with horse hoof feet
Height: 88cm Width: 196cm Depth: 40cm

 200-300

191
TWO CHINESE OCCASIONAL NESTING TABLES
With recessed tops within 'bamboo' style carved surrounds, well carved pierced friezes with birds amidst foliage, and raised on long bamboo shaped legs with humpback stretchers
Height: 73cm Width: 41cm Length: 41cm and smaller

 100-150

192
A SMALL CHINESE ELM STAND
With a mitre framed top and cylindrical legs united by a humpback stretcher
Height: 51cm Length: 41cm Width: 41cm

 50-100

193
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE PAINTED WOOD AND GESSO GUANYIN
Possibly Qing Dynasty, but in the Ming manner
The serene figure in a serpentine pose standing upon a rocky base, with diadem and combed coiled hair and hands touching her lappet and robe, in gesso and gauze covered wood with remnant muted colours, with gilt ornamentation; provenance: private collections Melbourne; Hong Kong/Sydney
Height: 173cm

 9000-12000

194
A LARGE CANTONESE PORCELAIN OCTAGONAL COVERED BOX
Late Qing to early 20th century
The domed box centred with a reserve of courtly figures engaged in a narrative in a garden pavilion setting enclosed by a broad floral border embellished with Daoist symbols, the lower register with four similarly decorated shaped figural reserves; bearing a double bordered apocryphal Qianlong stamp underside
Height: 26cm Length: 34cm Width: 34cm

 500-800

195
20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL
Iris and rockwork
In ink and wash, with script and two red seals lower left
Height: 67cm Width: 42.5cm

 100-200

196
A GROUP OF FOUR SILVER PLATED WARES: TWO POTS, A GLASS AND PLATED PICKLE POT AND A TEA TRAY
Later 19th -20th century, James Dixon & Sons; Meridian Co, USA; Stokes
Two pots for coffee or hot water, one of lobed profile and the other of pedestal carinate form, a plate mounted and covered pickle pot with handle, and a gadrooned and engraved tea tray; stamps to all
Length: 60cm Width: 39cm (tray)

 80-100

197
A FINE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE REVOLVING EIGHT-BOTTLE CRUET
1859, maker's mark of Elkington & Co
The circular body raised on three vine leaf feet with an applied vine rim, frame and loop handle, supporting matching cut glass bottles for salt and pepper, sugar, mustard, oil, vinegar and condiment sauces
Diameter: 28cm Height: 32cm

 500-800

198
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CREAM JUG
Circa: 1790 London, hallmarks worn
The helmet shaped body raised on a square base, with engraved floral swags and oval cartouche with crest, having a beaded rim and loop handle, partial hallmarks to neck
Silver weight: 100 gr Height: 16cm

 100-150

199
A STUART DEVLIN STERLING SILVER AND GILT SURPRISE EGG
London 1981, with maker's mark and hallmarks to base
A pierced trellis type egg commemorating the marriage of H.R.H The Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer, with crests, an enamel wreath with portrait profiles to a small medallion, and numbered 56 from an edition of 200 pieces, with hard case of issue and paperwork signed by Devlin
Height: 7.5cm

 300-500

200
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER ASPARAGUS SERVERS
1865 London, with maker's mark for George Adams
The King's pattern tongs of typical scissor form with pierced blades, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 160 gr Length: 25cm

 250-350

201
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER MILK JUG
1798 London, maker's mark of Duncan Urquhart & Napthali Hart
The oval fluted body with an engraved band of bright cut lattice and floral decoration, oval floral cartouches with script initials 'JG', a threaded rim and loop handle, original gilding to interior, hallmarked on shoulder
Silver weight: 115 gr Length: 13cm

 220-320

202
A SEVEN PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA/COFFEE SERVICE, AND A TRAY
1901 London, with marks for Peter Henderson Deere, EJ Watherston (1904 stand); and 1901, with maker's marks for Charles Stuart Harris (tray)
A boat shaped service with gadroons, flute and 'wire work' trellis borders, comprising tea and coffee pots, a kettle with burner and stand, milk jug and creamer, and; a fine pierced gallery oval tea tray; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 7390gr Length: 60cm Width: 42.5cm (tray) Height: 29.5cm (pot)

 11000-13000

203
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SUGAR BOWL
1806 London, with maker's mark for John Emes
The oblong body with a plain band to the waist, two angled loop handles, gilded to the interior and engraved with a crest of a lady, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 200 gr
Height: 9.5cm Width: 17.5cm across the handle

 200-300

204
A SET OF THREE .800 SILVER APERITIF CUTLERY SERVERS AND A PAIR OF SMALL NORWEGIAN .830 SILVER SERVERS
20th century, Norwegian pair with 830 Lo NM Nr 147
A knife, small slide and fork with spiral twist hollow handles, ornate knopped finials and beadwork, marked .800, and; a pair of servers with pierced vegetal handles, marked to throats, engraved for 1947 and generic hallmark
Total weight: 246gr (aperitif servers with steel blades) Length: 19.5cm and smaller

 200-300

205
A WILLIAM IV THREE BOTTLE STERLING SILVER CRUET SET
1831 London, with maker's mark for James Charles Edington
A trefoil shaped stand with a broken scroll thread, an acanthus handle and raised on scrolling feet, with bottle holders supporting the original octagonal crystal bottles with step cut collars and silver mounts; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 614gr (stand only)
Height: 18cm and 17cm (bottles)

 700-900

206
A PAIR OF INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER SALT AND PEPPER CASTERS
Circa: 1830 Calcutta, maker's mark for Hamilton & Co
The cylinder shaped bodies on a circular foot, detachable pierced covers with gadrooned rims and engraved 'salt' and 'pepper'; see similar in: Wynyard RT Wilkinson, 'Indian Colonial Silver, European Silversmiths in India (1790-1860)...' 1973, Fig A78
Silver weight: 175gr Height: 8.5cm

 300-500

207
A MATCHED SET OF GEORGE II STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS AND FORKS
1744 London, maker's marks for Jeremiah King, (four spoons); 1745, Samuel Roby, (two spoons); 1805 Edinburgh, maker's mark for James Orr, forks
The twelve Old English pattern pieces all engraved with a fleur-de-lis crests and the motto 'Fuimus' (we have); hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 740 gr Length: spoons 20.5cm, forks 21.5cm

 500-800

208
A SET OF TWELVE STERLING SILVER TABLE KNIVES
1997 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Argentum Ltd
The plain pistol grip handles with stainless steel blades; all crisply hallmarked
Total weight: approximately 1100 gr
Length: 24.5cm

 400-600

209
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SERVING SLICE
1815 London, with maker's mark for Samuel & Edward Davenport
The boat shaped blade with piercing on a thread handle, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 160gr Length: 30.5cm

 100-150

210
A CONTINENTAL SILVER TRIPOD BASED MUSTARD POT
19th century, probably German, with '13' standard stamp, other faint mark
The ornate egg-shaped pot with a conforming cut glass liner, embellished with Renaissance style vegetal motifs, a fantastic creature handle and a rooster finial; hallmarked to rim
Silver weight: 80gr
Height: 14cm

 300-500

211
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SALVER
1788 London, with maker's mark for Daniel Smith & Robert Sharp
The circular boat raised on three threaded lug legs and with a beaded rim, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 330gr Height: 3cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 400-500

212
A SET OF TWELVE STERLING SILVER DESSERT OR ENTRÉE KNIVES
1997 Sheffield, maker's mark of Argentum Ltd
The plain pistol grip handles with stainless steel blades; all crisply hallmarked
Total weight: approximately 985 gr
Length: 23cm

 400-600

213
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CASED PEDESTAL MUG
1907, with maker's marks for Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater
Bell shaped with a Georgian scroll handle and leafy thumb rest, a gilt washed interior, threaded rims and borders; twice engraved, 1910 and 1939-1964, housed in the original silk and velvet lined case; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 167gr
Height: 9.5cm

 300-500

214
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL CANDLESTICKS
1892 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd
The two-light pair with elegant fluted sconces and scrolling arms to a central fluted urn and raised on a pedestal with a stepped base, weighted; hallmarked to bases and sconces
Total weight: 1514 gr
Height: 22cm Width: 18.5cm

 1800-2200

215
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PARCEL GILT FOUR PIECE DESSERT SET
1878 London, with maker's marks for Henry John Lias & James Wakely
Comprising a pair of grape scissors, a sugar sifter and a pair of sugar spoons, all finely cast with Bacchanalian scenes, masks and trophies, the gilt washed spoons with bright cut designs, in the original case; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 393gr
Length: 23.5cm and smaller

 1700-1800

216
A JAPANESE STERLING SILVER PIERCED BOWL
Post 1928, Showa period, stamped Sterling
The bowl with an applied scroll rim and deep reticulated and engraved borders depicting a variety of auspicious flora, iris, prunus, bamboo, honeysuckle and chrysanthemum; stamped underside
Silver Weight: 514gr
Height: 5cm Diameter: 32cm

 500-700

217
A FINE SET OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS
1787 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman
Old English pattern spoons with terminals engraved with initials 'BW' and crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 397gr
Length: 22cm

 800-1000

218
A FINE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL ROSE BOWL
1832 London, with no maker's mark
The bowl with wavy spiral gadroons and flutes to the lower body and a counter clockwise similar design below the rim, and raised upon an ogee profile spreading foot; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 354gr
Height: 11cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 400-600

219
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SOUP LADLE
1819 London, with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn
The Fiddle and Thread pattern ladle with and oval bowl and engraved with a crest of a dove and turret; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 230gr Length: 33cm

 250-350

220
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLE SWEET MEAT BASKET
1772 London, with maker's mark for probably Samuel Meriton II
With rope twist edges and a conforming handle, decorated throughout with spiral reserves of pierced trellis and floral work; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 126gr
Height: 5cm Length: 16cm Width: 13cm

 600-800

221
AN EDWARDIAN ENGRAVED STERLING SILVER VISITING CARD CASE
1905 Chester, with maker's mark for Cohen & Charles
Of typical rectangular and hinged form, profusely engraved throughout with foliate decoration and arabesques, engraved A M to cartouche; hallmarked to lid and interior rim of lower register
Total weight: 79gr
Length: 9.5cm Width: 7cm

 50-100

222
A FINE SET OF GERMAN .800 SILVER OYSTER FORKS
Late 19th century with crown and crescent mark, and maker's name, E. Wollenweber
A finely cast set with dolphin handles and three tine forks with engraved shell and seaweed motifs; hallmarked to the stem
Silver weight: 278 gr
Length: 19cm

 200-300

223
TWO STERLING SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN LADLES
1810 & 1940 London, with rubbed maker's marks to the earlier ladle and maker's marks for D&J Wellby to the latter; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 100gr
Length: 17cm and smaller

 80-150

224
A VINTAGE POLISH .800 SILVER MIRROR COMPACT
Post 1920, Warsaw, with silver standard and maker's initials Z.K
The lid with threaded radiating spokes from the engraved circular cartouche and embellished with two reserves of leafy arabesques, the underside with engine turned concentric circles, marked to the interior
Silver weight: 131gr (excluding mirror)
Diameter: 9cm

 100-200

225
AN EASTERN 930 SILVER FILIGREE CIGARETTE CASE
Pierced and finely wire worked with foliate and heart shaped designs to both sides; unmarked
Silver weight: 116gr
Length: 9.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-200

226
A FOSSILISED WOOD SCENT BOTTLE AND A STERLING SILVER VESTA
Late 19th century, and 1911 Birmingham, with marks for Charles Edwin Turner
The small scent bottle with brass mounts and a screw top lid, and faced with brass and mother-of-pearl tiles, and; a small cushion profile rectangular vesta, engraved initials; hallmarked to lid and rim of body
Length: 5.5cm (perfume bottle)

 70-110

227
A GEORGE III IRISH STERLING SILVER SALVER
Mid 18th century, Dublin, with maker's mark for Samuel & Walker
With a typical shell and scroll pie crust applied border and contemporary engraving with unicorn crest to the tray, raised on three paw feet; hallmarked to the rim underside, date letter absent
Silver weight: 398gr
Height: 4cm Diameter: 22cm

 1800-2200

228
A SUPERB VICTORIAN CELLINI PATTERN STERLING SILVER EWER
1874 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Smith
In the sixteenth century manner after Benvenuto Cellini, with richly decorated borders of masks, antelope, demi-figures and flora, with a caryatid handle and mask below the spout; hallmarked to throat
Silver weight: 823gr
Height: 29cm

 3800-4200

229
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER NOVELTY KANGAROOS
1991 London, with maker's marks for Hancocks & Co
Naturalistically modelled kangaroos with young in the pouch; hallmarked to the foot of each
Silver weight: 184gr
Height: 7cm

 500-600

230
A DUTCH SILVER PEDESTAL TEA CADDY
1919, with lion rampant mark I for .934 standard, maker's mark AV with star
An elegant boat shaped caddy with threaded edges, the hinged lid with a pineapple finial with a star form foliage mount; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 313gr
Height: 14.5cm Width: 14cm

 800-1200

231
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CASED FRUIT SET FOR TWELVE
1904 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
The Queen's pattern knife and fork service, sterling throughout, with engraved and bright cut decoration also to the blades; twice hallmarked to the blades and ferrules and housed in the original velvet and silk lined canteen
Silver weight: 1270gr Length: 21.5cm (knife) and 19cm (fork)

 300-600

232
AN ANTIQUE CLEAR GLASS 20 LITRE DEMIJOHN
Early 20th century
Mould blown with capacity mark in relief underside
Height: 46cm

 80-100

233
TWO VICTORIAN PINK OPALINE GLASS PEDESTAL VASES
19th century
A large baluster vase with a waisted neck and broad ringed neck raised on a stepped circular base, and one similar but smaller, both decorated with polychrome enamel flora
Heights: 42cm and 33cm

 50-60

234
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PANDA
Modern era
A seated frosted panda resting upon its paw, with transparent Lalique Paris label and engraved Lalique France with registration mark, with box
Height: 7cm

 100-200

235
A GROUP OF THREE LALIQUE CRYSTAL BIRD PAPERWEIGHT ORNAMENTS
Second half 20th century
Comprising a small owl, pattern 11815, a sparrow, and a 'Peace' paperweight with a laureate wreath enclosing a frosted dove, pattern 10615, all engraved, two with registration marks; the 'Peace' model with original pattern label
Height: 8cm and smaller

 200-300

236
A PAIR OF LALIQUE CRYSTAL BOWLS
Modern era
The wavy edged nut bowls with a series of radiating clear and frosted waves issuing from the cinquefoil shaped bases, with transparent Lalique Paris labels to both
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 100-200

237
A LALIQUE 'DAMPIERRE' VASE
Second half 20th century, design 12230
The footed vase of ogee profile with a frieze of frosted small birds alternating with leafy ribs; engraved mark of Lalique France with registration mark, Made in France label and original pattern label
Height: 12.5cm

 250-350

238
A LARGE LALIQUE CRYSTAL GOBLET
Post 1978 period
The flaring goblet with an integral conical foot, eight long frosted and incised fern leaves, original 'Lalique Cristal Paris' decal label to the rim and engraved Lalique France to the base
Height: 16cm

 120-150

239
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL 'DAIM' PAPERWEIGHT
Post 1978 period, pattern 1168, originally issued in 1929
A frosted grazing fawn upon a clear crystal block, engraved mark of Lalique France underside
Height: 8.5cm

 100-150

240
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PIN DISH
Post 1978 period
A small clear dish centred with an upright dove with extended wings, engraved mark of Lalique France underside
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 80-150

241
A LARGE LALIQUE CRYSTAL 'SYLVIE' VASE
Second half 20th century, design 12258
Two large frosted doves with flaring tail feathers and enclosing a fitted removable flower frog, engraved mark of Lalique France with registration mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 400-600

242
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PIN DISH
Post 1978 period
A small clear dish centred with a frosted swan, engraved mark of Lalique France underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 10cm

 80-150

243
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PIN DISH
Second half 20th century
A small clear dish centred a pair of conjoined cooing doves, engraved mark of Lalique France underside with registration mark
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10cm

 80-150

244
A LARGE LALIQUE CRYSTAL 'ARIANE' ORNAMENT
Post 1978 period
A pair of conjoined frosted doves with spread wings raised upon a leafy plinth and a circular base, engraved mark of Lalique France and partial 'Lalique Cristal Paris' decal label
Height: 21.5cm

 400-600

245
A FINE ST LOUIS CUT CRYSTAL VASE
A flaring cased vase with a flattened and bevelled rim of scalloped form, with deep emerald green ribs to a waisted slice cut base, with stencil mark underside, transparent label to upper body
Height: 25cm

 500-650

246
THREE VICTORIAN SATIN GLASS AND CRANBERRY GLASS WARES
19th century
A Persian influenced cream and pink satin glass vase with a baluster neck and an ovoid lower register, decorated with flowers and wheat heads in pastel colours with gilt and enamel jewels; a floral decorated ovoid decanter and a straight-sided beaker with a thumbprint decor
Height: 23.5cm and smaller

 50-80

247
THREE CRISTAL LALIQUE 'CUBA' ASHTRAYS
All post 1945, originally released 1928, design 294
The circular trays with repeat stepped and frosted leaf designs to the elevated rim, all with etched signature of Lalique France, two with registration mark, one also with Cristal Lalique label; includes one original box
Diameter: 15cm

 50-100

248
A PAIR OF FENTON PRESSED CARNIVAL GLASS BASKETS AND A NORTHWOOD TRIPOD 'WISHBONE' BOWL
Early 20th century
The marigold glass baskets with moulded decoration externally and pierced ruffled rims, and; an olive amethyst floral decorated bowl with a ruffled edge and 'ruffles and rings' externally; all unmarked
Height: 8cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 60-100

249
A VINTAGE MURANO GLASS POODLE
1960s
A boldly hand-blown poodle in red and yellow colours, with textured legs and cross hatched designs to the yellow tail and head baubles
Height: 20.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 50-100

250
THREE MARIGOLD CARNIVAL GLASS WARES: A 'SWUNG' VASE BY FENTON OR NORTHWOOD, A TWO HANDLED BOWL AND AN OVAL DISH
Early 20th century
The tall 'swung' vase with a typical asymmetric pulled rim and a ribbed decor; a pressed moulded goblet with textured and plain ribs, a footed base and twin handles, and; an oval ribbed and scallop edged dish
Height: 39cm (vase)

 100-200

251
A BOHEMIAN DECORATED GLASS VASE AND A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE MOUNTED RUBY GLASS DECANTER
Later 19th century
The conical vase with an internal rib and wavy edge decor upon a spreading base, with gold paste Rococo embellishments, and; a conical decanter with an internal rib decor and enamel wildflowers, with a plain mount and long scroll handle
Height: 30.5cm and 26.5cm

 80-150

252
AN ANTIQUE CUT CRYSTAL COMPORT
19th century
The heavy gauge comport with scalloped and serrated fan cut rims, with diamond cut and slice cut borders above a stepped pedestal to a clear circular base with a fluted border to the underside, apparently unmarked
Height: 25cm Diameter: 27cm

 100-200

253
THREE STUDIO GLASS VASES: COLIN HEANEY AND LUCAS SALTON
Circa: 1992 and after
Two iridescent vases by Colin Heaney, one with a veined peacock blue and purple decor, the other with a bronze gold speckled decor and random trailing motifs, one signed and dated; and a Lucas Salton lustre vase of tapering ovoid form with a spiral decor and a spreading foot
Height: 23.5cm and smaller

 100-120

254
A LARGE BELLEEK 'RATHMORE' JARDINIÈRE
1891-1926, printed second black mark period
A pearl finished ovoid jardinière with a scalloped rim, undulating gadroons to the lower body, and richly encrusted with birds, flowers and trailing foliage in high relief; printed mark underside
Height: 20.5cm

 300-600

255
AN IMPRESSIVE LARGE BELLEEK FOUR TRUMPET 'MARINE' EPERGNE VASE
1926-1946, third black mark period
The centrepiece with moulded trumpets, fluted edges and three scallop shell bowls, with coral modelling to the lower register and raised upon a 'sea bed' type base, in a cream cob lustre finish; printed mark underside
Height: 28.5cm

 300-500

256
THREE LARGE SIZE 'NEPTUNE' TEA WARE ITEMS
1891-1926, second black mark period
Comprising a teapot, creamer and sugar bowl with moulded coral handles, shell feet and decorated in a cob lustre finish; printed mark underside
Height: 14.5cm Width: 24.5cm (teapot)

 150-200

257
THREE EARLY BELLEEK 'GRASS' TEA WARE ITEMS
1863-1890, second black mark period
Comprising a large size kettle with moulded mauve blue and green lustre grass decoration on a cream ground, with a basket weave handle and a lemon coloured bird spout, the cup and saucer conforming; printed marks to all pieces
Height: 16cm Width: 21cm

 300-600

258
A RARE BELLEEK COLOURED SEAHORSE FLOWER HOLDER
1863-1890, first period impressed mark, not inked
A part horse with web feet in a brown matte glaze issuing a cornucopia and raised upon wavy rectangular base, with restrained gilt enrichments, impressed mark underside
Height: 8.5cm Width: 12.5cm

 150-300

259
A NOVELTY BELLEEK FISH SPILL VASE
1863-1890, first black mark period and registration pad
An upright open-mouthed fish rising out of the waves, with fine scales in relief and a magnificent set of fins, with a pearl lustre finish to the head, fins and base; printed mark underside and applied pad
Height: 19cm

 100-200

260
A LARGE BELLEEK SHELL VASE UPON A GREEN BASE
1891-1926, second black mark period
A well modelled drill shell vase supported upon a tripod grass green coral base, in a pearlised finish with green tints to the lips; printed mark to one foot
Height: 23cm

 100-200

261
TWO BELLEEK SEAHORSE FLOWER HOLDERS
1891-1926, second black mark period
The pair of part horses with webbed hooves issuing cornucopia and raised upon wavy rectangular bases, in a pearl finish; printed mark underside
Height: 9cm Width: 12.5cm

 100-150

262
A BELLEEK NAUTILUS SHELL CREAMER WITH A RARE ORANGE HANDLE
1863-1890, first black mark period
A delicately modelled paper nautilus shell raised on an abalone shell base and having a bright orange coral handle; printed mark underside
Height: 10cm

 150-300

263
A BELLEEK SHELL JUG WITH A BLUE CORAL HANDLE
1863-1890, first black mark period
A ribbed nautilus shell in a pearl lustre finish having a naturalistic bright blue coral handle upon a shell and coral base; printed marks underside
Height: 14cm

 100-200

264
A BELLEEK CRESTED CAKE PLATE
1863-1890, first black mark period
The basket patterned plate with a pierced rim, a pearl lustre finish and centred with a pale puce transfer printed crest of the Greer family, 'memor esto', (be mindful of thy ancestors); mark underside
Diameter: 23.5cm

 100-150

265
A BELLEEK 'PRINCE ARTHUR' VASE
1891-1926, second black mark period
Of typical form with a trumpet neck and boat shaped body with scrolling integral handles upon a moulded pedestal foot, in a cream pearl finish with moulded decorations throughout and encrusted flora in high relief to the front and back; printed mark underside
Height: 27cm

 200-400

266
TWO BELLEEK 'FLORENCE' JUGS
1863-1890, first black mark period
Conical carinate shaped jugs with mask decorated spouts, beaded bracket handles, and body decorated with garlands and pendants in relief, in a cream pearl lustre finish; printed marks underside
Heights: 16.5cm and 12cm

 100-150

267
A FINE EARLY BELLEEK CLAM SHELL AND GRIFFIN COMPORT
1863-1890, first black mark period
A comport on a coral and shell encrusted base, with a pearl lustre finish and pink tints to some edges; printed mark underside
Height: 18.5cm

 200-400

268
A RARE BELLEEK 'TRIDACNA' TEA SERVICE
1891-1926, second black mark period
Comprising a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, with six cups and associated saucers and side plates, all delicately modelled with pink coral handles, suffused pink hints, and gilded rims, printed marks to all pieces
Height: 13cm Width: 25cm (teapot)

 400-800

269
A BELLEEK GREEN TINTED ELEVEN PIECE 'NEPTUNE' TEA SET
1891-1926, second black mark period
Comprising a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, with four cups and associated saucers, all delicately modelled with shell feet, green coral handles, and suffused green tints to the edges; printed marks to all pieces
Height: 12.5cm Width: 22cm

 300-400

270
A BELLEEK TWENTY-ONE PIECE 'NEPTUNE' TEA SET
1891-1926, second black mark period
Comprising a teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, with six cups and associated saucers and side plates, all delicately modelled with shell feet, coral handles and fine lustre glazes to the interior of all pieces; all items with printed marks
Height: 10.8cm Width: 18.5cm (teapot)

 400-800

271
SEVEN BELLEEK 'SHAMROCK' TEA WARE ITEMS
1926-1946, third black mark period
Comprising one cup and saucer, two sides plates, a small size creamer, a sugar bowl, and one butter dish, each with hand painted shamrocks in green upon a relief woven ground; printed marks to all pieces
Diameter: 17cm (side plate)

 100-200

272
FIVE BELLEEK 'SHAMROCK' TEA WARE ITEMS
1891-1926, second black mark period
Comprising a tea cup and saucer, side plate, sugar bowl and a bread plate with two handles, each with hand painted shamrocks in green upon a relief woven ground; printed marks to all pieces
Diameter: 22.5cm (large plate)

 100-200

273
THREE CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN WARES: A HUTSCHENREUTHER PLATE, A SMALL HÖCHST DISH, AND A COVERED HEREND CUP
20th century
A blue and white floral Hutschenreuther plate with pierced lattice borders; an osier bordered Höchst dish with blue and gold sprigs, and; a Herend covered cup with a moulded finial with trailing convolvulus decoration below a dentil border; backstamps to all and various painted marks

 50-100

274
A ROPE TWIST PORCELAIN BASKET
20th century, possibly Italian
The circular basket centred with an underglaze floral design in cornflower blue and ochre yellow colours, unmarked
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 50-60

275
THREE DEMI-TASSE DUOS AND A DEMI-TASSE TRIO
20th century
By Spode, Halcyon days with silver plate mounts, one duo unmarked, and; a trio by Crown Staffordshire for Webb's Salon Myer Emporium Melbourne, saucer as found
Height: 7.5cm (cup) and Smaller Diameter: 12.5cm (saucer) and smaller

 100-200

276
TWO VICTORIAN MOULDED AND FLORAL DECORATED PEDESTAL VASES
Circa: 1830s- 40s
A slender pear shaped green vase with a quatrefoil rim with moulded details and a hand painted floral cartouche, pattern 2/9292, and; an extravagantly moulded Rococo revival blue and cream vase with an asymmetric extended rim and floral cartouches
Height: 24.5cm and 18.5cm

 100-200

277
TWO DEMI-TASSE DUOS AND A DEMI-TASSE TRIO
1900 and later
A finely embossed and gilded Bodley duo with chrysanthemum designs, impressed mark; a French can and saucer with delicate gilt Rococo borders, with painted marks, and; a Halycon days trio with deep gilt paste borders and rose and blue flower borders, backstamps underside
Height: 6cm (cups) Diameter: 15.5cm (saucer) and smaller

 50-80

278
TWO GILT PASTE DECORATED DEMI-TASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS
Circa: 1900
A Locke & Co lemon ground cup and saucer with moulded borders, decorated with gilt paste flora, backstamp underside, pattern 361 P, and; a similarly coloured duo richly decorated in trailing flowering prunus in gold and bronze paste colours, pattern K 2336 N underside to saucer
Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller Diameter: 13.5c (saucer) and smaller

 50-80

279
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN MASK SPOUT CHOCOLATE POT AND AN ORIENTAL KAKIEMON DISH
20th century, and earlier
A small ovoid pot with 'deutsche blumen' and butterflies having a side handle, and a domed lid with a moulded rose finial, painted mark DM and CH underside, and; an earlier dish with a bird perched in a peony branch, unmarked
Height: 13cm (pot) Diameter: 11.5cm (dish)

 50-100

280
A VICTORIAN COPELANDS COMPORT
1851-1885 period, pattern 3225
Finely hand painted in polychrome enamels with a basket of pansies, maiden hair fern and butterflies in a landscape setting, with a moulded cobalt and gilt border and a conforming base, printed backstamp underside, painted numbers
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 21cm

 100-200

281
THREE DEMI-TASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS: JAPANESE AND E.J.D. BODLEY
Late 19th to early 20th century, patterns 5/5730 and 7/4828
A translucent Japanese spiral moulded cup and saucer with an oak leaf handle, cup as found; an Aesthetic movement E.J.D Bodley style pink cup and saucer with puce and gilt floral decoration, and; a Bodley pale green prunus patterned duo with gilt fringed shawl detail, impressed mark, pattern number underside
Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller Diameter: 12cm (saucer) and smaller

 60-80

282
A MIXED GROUP OF TEA WARES: SHELLEY, GRIMWADES, ADDERSLEYS, AND A BLAIRS BOWL WITH A SILVER-PLATED MOUNT
Early 20th century, backstamps and various painted marks to all items
A Shelley 1934 Melbourne centenary trio; an octagonal Shelley cup and saucer in teal with rose motifs; a Grimwades 'Ming' plate; an Addersley's yellow rose and gilt tendril plate; a royal blue Blair's bowl with a cameleer and palm tree border
Diameter: 22.5cm (plate) Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 21cm (bowl)

 60-120

283
TWO GERMAN PORCELAIN POSY VASES, ARZBURG AND FURSTENBURG
20th century
An Arzburg trumpet vase with pink rose designs, and; a similarly shaped Furstenburg vase with black tulips and red stamens; backstamps underside to both
Height: 10.5cm and 7.5cm

 30-50

284
TWO STERLING SILVER MOUNTED DEMI-TASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS BY ROYAL DOULTON AND ROYAL CROWN DERBY
Both 1906
A Royal Doulton cup and saucer in cobalt with a rose border and pierced silver Rococo mounts by James Dixon & Sons, 1906 Sheffield; and a Royal Crown Derby imari cup and saucer with sterling mounts by Army & Navy Cooperative Society 1906 London; hallmarks and backstamps underside

 100-150

285
A GROUP OF ELEVEN MIXED 'REFERENCE' PORCELAIN WARES
Early to later 19th century, one item 20th century
English factory pieces comprising sprigged and gadroon edged plates; a Rococo teapot in stone and cream colours; two purple lustre ware tea cups and saucers (one pair good); an aqua can and saucer with rosebuds; a shell pink covered tureen with floral sprigs and shell handles, a later figurine
Diameter: 22.5cm (plate)

 50-100

286
THREE ENGLISH OR WELSH FACTORY PORCELAIN MUGS
Circa: 1820s
A gold on white commemorative mug for 'Amelia Cantin, on the occasion of her birth, March 14 1819'; and two finely decorated polychrome floral mugs with gilt bands and waisted bases, one with Ceramic Circle label; all items as found
Height: 9cm and smaller

 60-100

287
TWO ENGLISH FACTORY PORCELAIN MUGS
Circa: 1820s
A mug with a spreading base and polychrome decorated with bright floral bunches; and a Coalport style 'Indian tree' mug with a gilded fret border to the interior, both items unmarked
Height: 8.5cm

 50-80

288
FOUR SCENIC PORCELAIN WARES: DERBY AND PARIS PORCELAIN
1800-1820 period
A gadroon edged name view Derby pedestal jug: 'Near Morley Derbyshire', and 'Near Belpen Derbyshire'; a small ovoid Derby vase with loop handles with a castle medallion upon a cobalt and gilt enriched ground, red backstamps to both, and; a Paris porcelain hard paste type cup and a matching saucer with scenes between gold bands
Height: 12.5cm Width: 17cm

 80-120

289
TWO H&R DANIEL DUOS
Circa: 1830s, pattern 4490 to one
The 'second gadroon' duos, one with cobalt, lemon and gilt patterns and coloured sprigs upon a white ground, and; the other with lemon and white acanthus and floral designs upon green bands punctuated with two cartouches, a fancy bird to one and a pink rose to the other
Diameter: 14.5cm and smaller

 60-80

290
TWO STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES: A SPANIEL AND A FLATBACK GROUP
Mid to late 19th century
The press moulded figure of a white seated spaniel, with remnant gilt to the collar, chain and body, the glaze with a bluish cast, and; the flatback figural group, 'Returning home' with two figures riding a horse, title in relief to the front of base
Height: 22.5cm and 21cm

 50-100

291
A BOW SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN FIGURE
Circa: 1760s, from the series, the Rustic Seasons
The seated female figure emblematic of Spring with a basket spilling flowers and a straw bee skep beside her, raised on a typical raised Rococo base picked out in puce and blue, with a square aperture to the rear of figure for use as a candlestick; firing crack to base, small repair
Height: 15.5cm

 150-250

292
A STAFFORDSHIRE PEARLWARE FIGURE AND ONE OTHER
Circa: 1800 and after
A woman playing a mandolin and wearing a cream coat, overskirt, and a terracotta dress, raised on a naturalistic base with tree trunk support, with repair, and; a solid moulded porcelain figurine of an 18th century maiden holding a garland, faintly inscribed 'H' underside
Height: 21cm and 13cm

 100-200

293
A PORCELAIN MODEL OF A DOG AND A PORCELAIN CROWN STAFFORDSHIRE BIRD MODEL DESIGNED BY J.T. JONES
Mid 20th century and later
A finely modelled and decorated bird upon a flower branch, with applied flowers to the tree and grassy base, green backstamp and marks of J.T. (Jack) Jones underside, and; an unmarked slip moulded figure of a white lurcher
Height: 22.5cm (dog)

 60-100

294
A BELLEEK 'NEPTUNE' TRIO
1891-1926, second black mark period
The cup delicately modelled with shell feet and a coral handle, all items with fine lustre glazes and edged in light green colours; with printed marks underside
Diameter: 15cm and 13.5cm (plates) Height: 5cm (cup)

 50-80

295
A GROUP OF TWO ROYAL WORCESTER FLOWER THEMED TRIOS AND A CABINET PLATE SIGNED BY RICHARD AUSTIN
1915-1925 period, patterns W 9759B, C2516, C 2515
A 'flannel flower' trio with a brown and yellow waratah border; a vine fruit cabinet plate with a conforming border; and an R. Austin signed pink heather trio with a matte olive border; backstamps, retailer's marks for Flavelle Bros Ltd
Diameter: 24cm (large plate)

 100-200

296
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE CUP AND SAUCER IN THE RARE 'CURLY PAGODAS' OR 'HOUSEBOAT' PATTERN, AND A BLUE AND WHITE DISH
Circa: 1797
The landscape duo with a typical patterned and pendant border and gold bands, unmarked, and; a quatrefoil shaped dish with a gnarled maple leaf tree and fence within a Worcester patterned border, unmarked
Length: 18cm Width: 19.5cm (dish) and smaller

 150-250

297
A H & R DANIEL SHELL 'VARIATION A' SUCRIER
Circa: 1830s, pattern 4409
Of Rococo form with a tapering ovoid body to a moulded footed base with a domed lid and decorative square dome finial, with vegetal handles and decorated with teal and gilt arabesques and delicate arrangements of ribboned flowers and sprigs upon a cream ground; unmarked but numbered in teal
Height: 16cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 150-250

298
TWO LAVISHLY DECORATED H&R DANIEL TRIOS
Circa: 1830s-40s, pattern 6722 to blue trio with Ceramic Circle labels
Both trios in 'acanthus base' shape with pedestal fluted cups and entwined serpent handles, one trio with maroon and gilt vine leaf decoration with floral sprigs, no pattern number and saucer as found; the other richly embellished with gilt upon mazarine blue and bright fancy birds to cartouches
Diameter: 15cm

 60-100

299
A PINK TRIO AND A BLUE AND LEMON DUO BY H&R DANIEL
Circa: 1830, pattern 3393 (pink trio) to one cup
A 'First Gadroon' cup and saucer with a matching 'Second Gadroon' bell shaped cup, with fruit, floral and insect reserves upon a pink floral strewn ground, and; a 'Second Gadroon' cup and saucer with formal cobalt, lemon and gilt decoration with floral posies, unmarked
Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer) and smaller Height: 8.5cm (cup) and smaller

 80-140

300
THREE BOW PORCELAIN CUPS
Circa: 1755
A trio of blanc-de-chine prunus moulded cups, a typical Bow works twig handle to one and loop handles to the others
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 150-250

301
AN ENGLISH FACTORY PORCELAIN TRIO AND MATCHING DUO
Early 19th century, with sequential number 2629
The coffee cups of lightly moulded form, the unusual handles with distinctive sharp thumb rests and lower flicks, well decorated with floral bouquets, gilded patterns and white arabesques upon a pleasing light grey ground; pattern numbers in gold underside
Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer) Height: 7.5cm (cup) and smaller

 60-100

302
TWO FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE WARES AND A CAUGHLEY SAUCER
Circa: 1765-1768 (Worcester), 1776-1795 (Caughley)
A miniature tea bowl and saucer in 'Fence' pattern, with crescent marks underside and labels for Stock Spring Antiques London underside, and; an unmarked Caughley 'Bell Toy' saucer
Diameter: 13cm and Smaller Height: 4cm (tea bowl)

 100-200

303
TWO TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, PROBABLY COALPORT
Circa: 1830, both patterns 2/417
'No, 7' type shapes with moulded edges to the pedestal cups and 'broken' curled handles, one with fancy birds within delicate gold foliage, and; the other with polychrome floral posies and sprigs within emerald green and gold vegetal borders, unmarked, two with pattern numbers
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 5.5cm (cup)

 60-80

304
A LONDON SHAPED COALPORT TRIO AND A LONDON SHAPED DUO
Circa: 1815, Coalport pattern 498, other unmarked
Both of Chinoiserie design with square bracket handles with flicked terminals, the Coalport trio in puce, iron red and gilt colours with reserved bird and floral oriental borders, puce numbers underside, and; a fine and vibrant enamel and gilt decorated duo with birds and flora
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 7cm (cup) and smaller

 60-100

305
A FINE ROYAL WORCESTER CENTREPIECE BOWL AND A TRIO
1907 (cup and saucer), 1917 (bowl) and 1920 (side plate)
The shaped oval basin with broken scroll gilt handles and acanthus terminals raised on a moulded gilt base, hand decorated with roses on a suffused ground, and; a bute shaped cup, saucer and side plate, gilt edged and decorated with cerise and yellow roses; backstamps, painted marks to all underside
Height: 14.5cm Length: 33cm Width: 13.5cm (bowl)

 200-400

306
A BLANC-DE-CHINE GUANYIN AND A CONTINENTAL FIGURINE
A slip moulded Guanyin seated in 'royal ease' position, and a small Continental Greco Roman woman in floral attire, strumming a lyre resting upon a pedestal, in polychrome colours with bright gilt enrichments, faint inscribed numbers underside, painted mark '4'
Height: 12cm and 14.5cm

 50-100

307
TWO ROYAL DOULTON CABINET 'ORCHID' PLATES AND A MATCHING BOWL
Early 20th century, pattern C 9975, all signed by D. Dewsberry
With richly moulded gilded borders and all decorated with botanical specimens, two named, upon a naturalistic suffused pale green ground;
puce backstamps, painted numbers and impressed marks underside
Height: 5.5cm Length: 28cm Width: 22.5cm (dish)

 80-140

308
TEAWARES BY COPELAND & GARRETT: A TRIO AND A DUO
1833-1847 period, patterns 5563 and 5802
Of 'Wellington Embossed' shape with 'Victoria' handles, including a trio with floral reserves, embellished with insects upon a mazarine blue and gilt fern decorated ground, and; a floral sprigged duo on a stone coloured ground with white and gold moulded vegetal decoration, green backstamps underside
Diameter: 15.5cm (saucer) Height: 8cm (cup)

 70-110

309
A GILT BRONZE MOUNTED SÈVRES STYLE CANDLESTICK
19th century
The candlestick with Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts and scrolling pierced handles supporting a finely decorated Sèvres type bleu celeste egg, with a romantic idyll to a jewelled medallion and a romantic trophy to the reverse, with repair
Height: 27cm

 80-120

310
AN AQUA GROUND TRIO AND A SIMILAR DUO
Circa: 1820s, patterns 1/6453, and 1/6741
Two rib moulded cups with 'Dresden' handles, one duo with a lemon and gold tassel design with floral posies, the other with leaf and berry cartouches enclosing polychrome bouquets, patterns numbers in teal and puce
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 7cm (cup)

 80-120

311
TWO H & R DANIEL PLATES AND AN ENGLISH FACTORY COMPORT WITH VIEWS AND IMAGINARY LANDSCAPES
Circa: 1830s
Cabinet plates in 'Shrewsbury' shape with moulded grapevine motifs and 'Queen's' shape with a floral border surrounding a well painted view of a ruin, and; a comport with a gilt chevron border and a moulded base, pattern B1842
Diameter: 25cm and smaller

 100-200

312
TWO SPODE DESSERT PLATES
Circa: 1820, patterns 3404 and 3838
Squared plates with cusped corners, one with a Japan type pattern with pink peony and cobalt and gilt leaves between a trellis border; and a dentil edged plate with bright polychrome posies and sprigs, both with red painted mark and pattern numbers underside
Length: 21.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 80-120

313
A PAIR OF FLORAL GADROON EDGED PLATES
Circa: 1830s
A pair of lavender bordered plates with gadroon edges with small scrolls, gold sprigs to the border and centred with bright floral bouquets, two impressed numerals underside to both, with Ceramic Circle labels
Diameter: 24.5cm

 60-90

314
A COALPORT TRIO AND AN H & R DANIEL DUO
Circa: 1830
A 'Pembroke' shape trio, pattern 966 with flora and gilded patterns upon a white ground, and; a 'Shrewsbury' shape duo with floral sprigs and a posy upon a lavender bordered ground white ground, with shaped lemon cartouches, pattern number only to Coalport
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller

 80-120

315
A ROYAL CROWN DERBY TRIO, A MINTON DUO
1934, and post 1951
A Royal Crown Derby 'London' shape cup with a matching cusped saucer and plate with floral decoration and cobalt and gilt formal pendants, pattern A 123, and; a later signed Minton coffee can and saucer decorated with peach, plum and bramble fruits, backstamps underside to both
Diameter: 15.5cm (plate) and smaller Height: 7cm (cup) and smaller

 80-120

316
A ROCOCO REVIVAL COALPORT EMBOSSED TEA SERVICE JUG
Early 1820s, pattern 988, see same in Messenger, 'Coalport...' page 169
With a distinctive 'wishbone handle' and embossed with white flora upon a yellow sand ground with floral sprigs and trailing gilt motifs, red painted pattern mark only underside
Height: 7.5cm Width: 16cm

 50-90

317
A GROUP OF SIX MIXED TEA WARES: A TRIO, A DUO AND A CUP
1825-30, 1840s, some items as found
A cup and saucer with a French handle in green with pink roses cartouches, plus a later cup with ring handle, patterns 732 and 4422 and; two unidentified moulded cups (see M. Berthoud, plate 1084) with saucer having bellflower type gilt and lemon designs on blue borders with floral bouquets, pattern 735
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 7cm (cup) and smaller

 30-60

318
A LONDON SHAPE CUP AND SAUCER OF COALPORT TYPE
Circa: 1810
The cup with a square bracket handle with flicked terminal, both items with deep formal gilded borders and roundels with imaginary landscapes, both marked with tiny numeral, 2, underside
Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer) Height: 6cm (cup)

 40-80

319
A COALPORT STYLE CAUDLE CUP AND STAND AND A MAROON AND A FLORAL BORDERED BROWN-WESTHEAD MOORE STYLE DUO
Early 19th century, and probably 1860s, one duo marked C 45-01
A twin handled cup, without cover, with gilded Neoclassical type handles, with an undulate iron red and blue ribbon and floral border and puce faux marble decoration, and; a cup and saucer with fine gilt guilloche borders with floral medallions

 60-90

320
AN ENGLISH FACTORY CHINESE FAMILY PATTERN CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1800
A bute cup with a simple loop handle decorated in the mandarin palette with figures and a dog in a furnished interior, with puce decorated cartouches and gilt vegetal panels to the border
Diameter: 14cm (saucer) Height: 6cm (cup)

 60-100

321
A CUP AND SAUCER IN THE STYLE OF WORCESTER KERR & BINNS
Circa: 1850-60, pattern 5575
Delicately decorated on translucent porcelain with butterfly, moth and lady birds on native grasses within gilt dentil borders, painted marks only underside, Ceramic Circle labels
Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer) Height: 6.5cm (cup)

 50-80

322
A GROUP OF FIVE POLYCHROME TEA WARES: CHELSEA DERBY, CAUGHLEY, LOWESTOFT, AND OTHER
18th century
A Chelsea Derby fluted tea bowl and saucer with floral garlands and dentil borders, gold marks underside; a Caughley gilded blue flower tea bowl, a Lowestoft Redgrave 'blue bomb' pattern tea bowl, and a clobbered saucer
Diameter: 12.5cm (saucer) and smaller Height: 5cm (cup) and smaller

 80-120

323
TWO ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE PLATES: CHINESE AND ENGLISH PEARLWARE
18th to early 19th century
A thickly potted Chinese plate with an unglazed base having an all over blue floral design in hatched patterns, and; a pearlware Willow pattern plate with patterned borders
Diameters: 24cm and 19.5cm

 50-80

324
ENGLISH FACTORY TEA WARES: A MINTON DUO AND A TRIO
Circa: 1830s
A pedestal London type cup with a shaped loop handle with floral cartouches upon a grey and white trellis ground, pattern 3102, and; a trio with two bucket shaped cups decorated with formal and boldly shaped sand and gilt borders with floral cartouches, pattern 3614
Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer) Height: 7.5cm (cup) and smaller

 80-120

325
AN E. J. D. BODLEY STYLE AESTHETIC MOVEMENT JUG, CUP AND TWO SAUCERS
Circa: 1870s-80s, pattern 7/2322
Exquisite celadon wares comprising a straight-sided jug with a metal hinged lid, a matching cup with heron shaped loop handle and two saucers, all decorated with gilt paste foliage and butterflies, pattern numbers and registration stamp to cup
Height: 19.5cm (jug)

 100-200

326
THREE PLATES: COALPORT AND COPELAND-SPODE
Late 19th to early 20th century
A Coalport 'Indian Tree' pattern plate, a similar Copeland-Spode plate, pattern 2/5813, and a botanical plate, 'Dendrobium Pulchellum', with backstamps, impressed marks and painted patterns also for Copeland-Spode plates
Diameter: 24.5cm and smaller

 100-200

327
A PAIR OF AUSTRIAN PORCELAIN VASES
Circa: 1900
The vases of flattened baluster form with integral pierced bracket handles and moulding to the neck and foot, with pale citrus and blush ombré colours and decorated with red poppies, marked Austria underside with various numerals
Height: 19cm

 30-50

328
A ROYAL WORCESTER SOUP BOWL
1910, pattern 5659
The scalloped gadroon edged bowl with a finely decorated cobalt border with six gilt Rococo cartouches enclosing delicate floral sprigs alternating with formal gilt patterns, puce backstamp and pattern number underside with retailer's stamp for Phillips's Ltd, New Bond Street London
Height: 4cm Diameter: 26cm

 80-150

329
A GROUP OF THREE CABINET PLATES WITH VIEWS
19th to 20th century
A pink bordered Royal Doulton plate with rich gilt paste enrichments, with a circle of soft pink roses framing a view of a stately house, signed P. Curnock, RA 3930, E 1087; a pink bordered plate with a foliate band enclosing a view of a ruin, impressed marks, and; a plate with a coastal view framed by a chevron border, pattern B1842, puce mark to Royal Doulton plate
Diameter: 26cm and smaller

 100-200

330
THREE ENGLISH FACTORY PORCELAIN PLATES, INCLUDING H & R DANIEL
Circa: 1810 -1830s
An unmarked dish with flat everted borders with finely painted floral sprays between gilt scrollwork and delicate pendants; a 'Rococo scroll' bordered botanical plate, 'Pelargonium Cordifolium' by H & R Daniel, and; a white moulded plate, pattern 4762, with blue and brown flora
Diameter: 23cm and smaller

 60-100

331
FOUR MIXED PLATES: COPELAND & GARRETT, T.G. GOODE, OTHER
Early 19th century, 1830s (Copeland & Garrett), and after
A Copeland & Garrett cake plate, pattern 6202; a pink and gilt Copeland & Garrett plate with cupids in cartouches, pattern G No 7, with rare gold mark; A T.G. Goode Copelands china plate with floral cartouches on an emerald ground, pattern 5663; and an earlier floral plate pattern, impressed 'N'
Diameter: 24.5cm and smaller

 50-100

332
THREE FLORAL PORCELAIN PLATES: SPODE, ROYAL WORCESTER, OTHER
Circa: 1820s to later 19th century
A Spode Feldspar gadroon edged plate with red and gilt patterned borders and a central floral posy, puce backstamp; a later 19th century Royal Worcester plate with a teal jewelled border and convolvulus flowers, faint impressed mark only, and; a lobed plate with gilt edging and a painted rose border, centred with a blue anemone flower, indistinct pattern number underside

 80-120

333
THREE BIRD DECORATED PLATES: DRESDEN, T.G GOODE AND OTHER
1880s-1900
A Helena Wolfsohn dish with insects to a gilded border and centred with a mother hen and her brood, Augustus Rex mark; a fine T.G Goode - Copelands scalloped plate with gilt paste insects to cobalt reserves, floral borders and a fancy bird, marks underside, and; a scallop edged plate bird spying a ladybird on a honeysuckle spray, pattern A3038

 100-200

334
AN H & R DANIEL 'MAYFLOWER' SLOP BOWL
Circa: 1830, pattern number 4633
Finely moulded with an all over tight floral design in teal and lemon, with three shell and scroll borders enclosing finely painted fancy birds, with gilt trims to the interior border and a central floral spray, with wavy gadroon moulding to the lower register, unmarked
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18cm

 100-200

335
THREE ENGLISH FACTORY TEA WARES WITH GREEN BORDERS: TWO CAKE PLATES, INCLUDING COPELANDS, AND A DESSERT PLATE
Mid 19th century
Two of rococo moulded form, including an oval cake plate with bright floral sprays and gilt enrichments; a Copeland cake plate with six finely painted floral vignettes within shell cartouches, backstamp and registration mark; and a plate, pattern 3/4739, with a broad white and gilt decorated floral plate

 100-200

336
FIVE TEAWARES WITH LILAC 'FLOWER EMBOSSED' SPRIGGING
Circa: 1820s-30s
A trio with two pedestal cups with broken loop handles and a saucer with formal gilt patterns and applied floral sprays, pattern 1802; a finely decorated cabinet plate with a rose posy, sprigs, applied grape vine and paterae motifs, pattern 4296, and a similar saucer with a floral specimen, in the manner of H&R Daniel (3835)
Diameter: 22.5cm (plate) and smaller Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller

 30-50

337
FOUR MIXED FLORAL AND GILT PLATES: MINTONS, AYNSLEY, OTHER
19th to 20th century
A plate with a pale olive moulded border centred with a fine floral bouquet, pattern 22/6257 and dot marks; a pierced and moulded Mintons plate with varied loose bouquets of pastel flowers, impressed and stamped marks; a gadroon edged and tooled Aynsley plate, backstamp underside, and; an unmarked trellis bordered plate centred with vibrant bouquet

 50-80

338
A GROUP OF SIX BLUE AND WHITE TEAWARES
Later 19th to circa: 1920
A Bishop & Powell transferware decorated moulded plate; a Burleigh ware 'Blue Bird' plate; a Copeland 'Spode's Tower' plate; a Wedgwood & Co flow blue 'Vines' plate, and a moulded large teacup and saucer with pale blue foliage, as found, impressed or printed marks to all
Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 30-50

339
A COALPORT FELTSPAR BOWL AND A ROSE DECORATED PLATE
Circa: 1820s, and 1834/5, plate marked with pattern 3/115
A slop bowl with pink rose decorations to moulded cartouches, and a deep bordered plain plate centred with a pink rose with stiff brown foliage and three sprigs to the rim, unmarked but with fractional pattern number in gold
Diameter: 21.5cm (plate) Height: 8cm Diameter: 18cm (bowl)

 60-90

340
FOUR MIXED MAROON FLORAL TEA WARES
Circa: 1825, 1860s
A bell- shaped cup with a French loop handle decorated with cream and gilt formal floral designs to the maroon interior, and a matching saucer, faintly marked 1204 over B; a later unmarked plate with a floral bouquet and swag motifs and a finely decorated Brownfield China plate for Tiffany's New York, with gilt and silver paste upon a maroon border; backstamp underside

 30-50

341
A COALPORT EMBOSSED TEA CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1830
The cup of slightly shaped bute form with an ear form handle, with a moulded and embossed design throughout with floral embellished cartouches and gilt enrichments upon a neatly speckled ground; illustrated in Steven Goss, 'British Tea Cups and Saucers...' page 22
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 15cm (saucer)

 50-100

342
TWO ENGLISH FACTORY DUOS WITH PINK ROSE DESIGNS
Circa: 1820
An Etruscan shape cup with a wide band of pink roses to the cup and saucer below a dentil border, unmarked, and; a large breakfast cup and saucer, possibly Coalport, with Swansea/Nantgarw type moulding (see Jones & Joseph, 'Swansea Porcelain', p. 162) with fine rosebud and gilded decoration throughout, three green dot mark underside and Ceramic Circle labels

 50-100

343
A LUSTRE WARE TEA CUP AND SAUCER AND A PINK SPODE TRIO
Circa: 1840 and 20th century
A Sunderland type moulded London or Grecian shape cup and saucer with a square bracket handle with spur, decorated with sprigs and purple lustre borders, unmarked, and; a Copeland Spode fluted trio with a Mandarin pink willow pattern design, green backstamps underside and pattern number 1908
Diameter: 18cm (plate) and Smaller Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller

 50-100

344
TWO FINELY DECORATED CABINET PLATES, PROBABLY BY COALPORT
Circa: 1830s
With moulded scrolls and gilded stone coloured borders, centred with finely painted growing spring flowers framing landscape views, impressed '5' marks underside
Diameter: 22cm

 80-120

345
A VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT TRIO
Later 19th century, pattern A/6068
A coffee can with a loop handle and a split tail, with saucer and side plate, finely hand painted with pairs of birds perching in orchard blossoms upon a soft blue ground, the edges with gilt dentil borders, pattern numbers underside
Diameter: 18cm and 14.5cm (plates) Height: 7cm (cup)

 30-50

346
THREE ENGLISH PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS
Michael Berthoud's, 'A compendium of British cups'; Geoffrey Godden's 'Chamberlain-Worcester Porcelain 1788-1852'; Michael Messenger's 'Coalport 1795-1926'

 40-60

347
FORTY EIGHT MOSTLY PORCELAIN RELATED REFERENCE BOOKS AND CATALOGUES
Pertaining to English and some European and American porcelains including seminal works by Mankowitz, Godden, Twitchett, Wilkinson, Whiter, Cushion, one volume of Watney collection sale,

 200-250

348
A COMPLETE SERIES OF ROYAL DOULTON MINIATURE CHARACTER STUDIES
1989-1992, seven figures in total
Comprising: Old Balloon Seller, HN 2129; Balloon Seller, HN 2130; Falstaff, HN 3236; Town Crier HN 3261; Good King Wenceslas, HN 3262; Guy Fawkes HN 3271, and; Jester HN 3335; backstamps to all items
Height: 11cm

 150-300

349
A LLADRO 'TRIP TO THE CIRCUS' CLOWN AND DOG GROUP
2005 issue, privilege open series, pattern 01008138 designed by Francisco Polops; with the original box and associated papers
The first sculpture in the 'Circus Trio' series, with a multicoloured clown and a white poodle seated in an open top car; printed and impressed marks underside
Height: 14.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-120

350
A ROSENTHAL BLACK GLAZED POODLE
Circa: 1950s Germany, impressed mark of Heidenreich to base
A poodle standing on its back legs upon a small octagonal base; green backstamp underside with date cipher
Height: 21cm

 30-60

351
TWO POODLE FIGURINES BY NATURECRAFT AND GUISEPPE ARMANI
'Poodle Lion Cut' number 1334 from the Best of Breeds series by Naturecraft, in apricot colours upon a tile surface and timber base; and 'My Furry Pal', number 2044 C issued in 2006 (winner of Figure of the Year) featuring a girl in a mauve and white dress hugging a brown poodle
Height: 24.5cm (lady)

 40-80

352
A ROYAL CROWN DERBY BONE CHINA 'FRENCH POODLE' PAPERWEIGHT ORNAMENT
1990, from the 'National Dogs' series
A splendid poodle decorated with swirling gold designs, a head scarf and patterned coat in red, blue and gold colours embellished with fleur-de-lis; red backstamp underside with date cipher LIII for 1990
Height: 19cm

 50-70

353
A ROYAL DOULTON WHITE CHINA POODLE
1990-1995, period of manufacture, pattern DA 115, designed by Alan Maslankowski
An elegant poodle in grey reclining on a blue cushion; backstamp underside
Height: 13cm Width: 18cm

 50-100

354
A ROYAL DOULTON CHINA FIGURAL GROUP, 'SPRING WALK'
Issued 1990-1992, pattern HN 3120, from the Reflections series, designed by Alan Maslankowski
Featuring a young woman in a powder blue long dress holding a well groomed white poodle on a lead; backstamp underside
Height: 32cm

 50-100

355
A LARGE LLADRO GRES PORCELAIN FIGURE, 'REFLECTIONS ON BEAUTY'
2002-2010, period of manufacture, number 01012437, designed by Marco Antonio Nogueron
Depicting a girl on a chair gazing at reflection in a mirror; backstamps underside, with the original box
Height: 42.5cm

 500-1000

356
A DERBY BOWL, A NEW HALL BOWL AND TWO OTHER PLATES
1770-1782, and about 1805, after
A lobed Derby bowl with a bright blue and gilt grape vine border and sprigs to the body; blue crown and 'D' mark of the period underside; and a New Hall acorn and oak leaf pattern bowl, marked 404 underside but pattern 524 as illustrated in David Holgate, 'New Hall', page 182; two white and gold plates
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 40-50

357
A MAX ROESLER RVR BAVARIA PORCELAIN VASE
Circa: 1900, pattern 4779 2
A fan shaped square vase with an arching pierced crest, the body in an iron red crackleware finish, with a biscuit porcelain insert; impressed stamp, pattern number and painted numerals underside; marked also to insert
Height: 13.5cm Length: 15.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 50-100

358
A WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER DIPPED VASE
Early 20th century
The cylindrical vase with white slip decoration having a vegetal undulate band below the rim and a continuous Classical scene to the lower register with two figures in a garden setting; impressed marks underside
Height: 25.5cm

 30-50

358a
A DOULTON BURSLEM RENAISSANCE REVIVAL 'SPANISH WARE' URN
1891-1902 period, with decorator's initials H B
The ovoid urn in blush ivory colours with an extravagantly moulded cover with twin dolphin finial, pointed high set handles with mask mounts, a moulded shaped collar with amorini, with enamel floral decoration and gilt enrichments above a moulded base, with green backstamp underside and painted initials
Height: 42cm

 200-400

359
A DUTCH DE DISTEL EARTHENWARE VASE
Early 20th century
The Art Nouveau tall vase with a bulbous vase, matte with 'slibdekor' decoration in black, green, yellow ochre colours upon a brown ground, green backstamp underside and decorator's cipher
Height: 33cm

 80-120

360
TWO DOULTON BURSLEM SPANISH WARE TAZZE
Circa: 1926, both pattern C3598
Fluted and scallop edged tazze raised on knopped spiral twist stems and domed fluted bases, decorated with a briar rose to one and mimosa to the other, in pastel colours with gilt enrichments upon a blush ivory ground; registration, pattern numbers, decorator's marks and brown backstamps underside
Height: 10cm Diameter: 24cm

 50-70

361
TWO ANTIQUE CABINET PLATES
Later 19th century
A pale pink Aesthetic movement octagonal plate with gilded bamboo edges and finely decorated with a bird and a beetle in bramble berry foliage, impressed mark 'C' or 6 underside, and; a teal bordered plate hand decorated with a river and castle scene, painted pattern number 569
Diameter: 23cm

 50-80

362
A CROWN DEVON VASE AND THREE CARLTON WARE DISHES
Circa: 1930s, pattern 5099 (Crown Devon)
A Crown Devon rouge lustreware vase decorated with a fantastic bird flying through stylised scrolling and dotted foliage in gilt and enamel colours; two small leaf dishes in Rouge Royale and Vert Royale, and an Art Deco Rouge Royale dish with gilded rims; backstamps to all
Height: 15cm (vase) Length: 31cm Width: 18cm (dish)

 50-100

363
A WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT PLANTER VASE
Early to mid 19th century
A conical planter or vase with proud rings, a rose and pomegranate border near the rim, and a continuous Neoclassical scene in low relief with figures engaged in narratives, the spreading base with a fruiting vine border; impressed Wedgwood mark underside and probable 'moustache' marks
Height: 17cm

 80-120

364
A VILLEROY & BOCH FLAMANDE BLUE VASE GARNITURE
1920-1925, Bonn
An ovoid jar with a domed lid and finial, and two side baluster vases with riverside scenes to cartouches and flower patterns upon a patterned triangular ground; with blue backstamps underside and impressed marks
Heights: 18.5cm and 15cm

 50-100

365
FOUR SMALL ROYAL WORCESTER DISHES, ALL SIGNED
1939 (3), 1941, signed by R. Sebright, Mosely, two by E. Barker
A fluted pin dish and a petite octagonal tray with colourful floral bouquets upon a mottled ground, and; an octagonal tray and a moulded shaped dish with harvest fruits, peaches, damsons and cherries; puce backstamps to all
Length: 11cm Width: 8.5cm and smaller

 50-100

366
A WEDGWOOD BLACK JASPER WARE URN VASE
1879
The solid jasper Classical vase with white slip decoration, with a stiff leaf border to the rim, alternating acanthus and bell flower decorations to the long neck, the ovoid body with petite mythological scenes and raised on a square base; impressed marks underside with date cipher and numeral '7'
Height: 16.5cm

 100-200

367
TWO DRIP GLAZED VASES: BOCH FRÈRES AND ROYAL DOULTON
Circa: 1920s-30s
An ovoid metal mounted Boch Frères vase with a tapering neck in modulating lemon to cobalt blue colours, black backstamp underside, and; an Ethel Beard Royal Doulton baluster vase, pattern 6096, with a cobalt neck and collar, drip glazed olive green and cream to lower body; impressed marks, cipher underside
Height: 22cm and 13cm

 50-80

368
TWO ENGLISH COPPER LUSTRE WARE JUGS, BY RIDDLE & BRYAN, AND IN THE MANNER OF SUNDERLAND
Circa: 1820s-30s
A Riddle & Bryan jug with a notched scroll handle, moulded spout and a broad lemon border with clock face images bearing maker's name; the other with a broad cream border of meandering flowers in colours with purple lustre Leaves
Height: 13cm and smaller

 50-100

369
A VINTAGE PARIAN WARE BUST AND A PARIAN PEDESTAL
A contemplative bust of a Greco Roman woman with finely modelled hair and a draped garment, raised on a socle base; with a Parian drum type pedestal draped with ribbon tied laureate garlands; both unmarked
Height: 42cm

 100-200

370
A MOORCROFT WAISTED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
An elegant small vase with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in washed maroon, white and purple blue glazes, the green foliage merging to a suffused Prussian green background upon a mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 11cm

 100-150

371
A SMALL MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
A bottle vase with a pair of tubelined flowers in maroon, blue and white colours and surrounded by mid green foliage on an inky blue ground; with impressed marks of Moorcroft and Made in England
Height: 9.5cm

 60-100

372
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE BOWL
1930s-late 1940s
The bowl with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in rich saturated purple blue and maroon and white colours with light green foliage upon a Prussian green and inky blue ground; with impressed Moorcroft mark and printed paper Royal Warrant label
Height: 8.5cm

 150-250

373
A LARGE MOORCROFT ANEMONE BALUSTER VASE
Circa: 1940s
With a deep border of tubelined flowers in watercolour style glazes in maroon, white and blue purple hues with green foliage upon a deep Prussian green and ink blue ground; with impressed marks and facsimile signature
Height: 26cm

 450-600

374
A MOORCROFT HIGH SHOULDERED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 13.5cm

 150-200

375
A MOORCROFT PEAR SHAPED ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers with maroon, white, and purple blue glazes and green foliage upon a suffused and rich Prussian green and ink blue ground; with facsimile signature, and impressed Moorcroft and Made in England marks
Height: 15.5cm

 150-300

376
TWO DELFT ITEMS: A PLANTER AND A BOWL
Circa: early 20th century
A conical planter with proud ring handles, and shaped floral embellished cartouches enclosing windmill scenes, and; a compressed circular float bowl with footed base of conforming design, the planter marked Delft, initials AH and impressed letter S and numeral 3, the bowl also marked S and 3

 30-50

377
FOUR ROYAL DOULTON DEWAR'S 'KINGSWARE WHISKY DECANTERS/FLASKS
Circa: 1920s
Including: 'Pipemajor' and 'McNab', a crown form decanter, and the town crier, 'Oyez Oyez', two with stoppers; in treacle brown glazes with applied motifs in low relief; backstamps underside to all
Height: 26cm and smaller

 100-200

378
A HAND DECORATED CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN CARD CASE
20th century
The rectangular case with rounded edges decorated with roses, blue stripes and gilt lattice, with gilt metal mounts and a floral clasp; unmarked
Length: 7.5cm Width: 6cm

 100-200

379
AN ART DECO POTTERY VASE BY ORCHIES
1920s-30s, with windmill mark
A drip glazed baluster vase of stepped form with an inverted collar and ribbed frieze, in a blue green glassy glaze with feathered brown colours to the collar and short neck; impressed marks underside
Height: 23cm

 50-100

380
AN ORMOLU MOUNTED SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN LAMP BASE
19th century
A finely painted vase with a pair of musical cupids within a richly gilded reserve to one face, and an exquisitely rendered floral bouquet to the other, set within a cast and pierced rocaille mount with leafy handles, a waisted neck and an elaborate base, with a shaped frame surmount to hold a central shade
Height: 80cm

 600-800

381
GREEN, CHARLES (BRITISH SCHOOL 1840-1898)
Publican and young girl with jug
Watercolour with heightening on paper, signed and dated C. Green 1867 to barrel lower left, also with partial script '...ham Sketching Club'
Height: 15cm Width: 9.5cm

 200-300

382
HESSELDIN, JAMES MARSHALL (BRITISH SCHOOL 1887-1969)
Cornish harbour scenes
A pair of watercolours signed J. Heseldin lower left and lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 250-350

383
THOMSON, H.(ACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY)
'Waterfall, New Caledonia'
Watercolour on paper signed and dated H.Thomson 1881 lower right; with partial title and artist's name to label verso; partial Melbourne framer's label
Height: 44cm Width: 33cm

 300-400

384
HANKE, HENRY ALOYSIUS (1901-1989)
Madonna
Oil on board, signed Hanke lower left; housed in a H.W Taylor & Co. London gilded frame
Height: 35cm Width: 24.5cm

 300-500

385
HARDING, FRANK (1935-1990)
'Westminster Bridge' and 'Waterloo Bridge'
A pair of drypoints, with titles and signature, Frank Harding, below images in pencil; 'Waterloo Bridge' with title also to plate lower left
Height: 15cm Width: 35cm

 200-300

386
SYMMONS, RODNEY (ROD) (ACTIVE 1970s ONWARDS)
'Collins Street'
Oil on canvas board, title and artist's name verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 33.5cm

 50-100

387
HAYWARD, FAYE J. (B.1927)
Misty street scene
Oil on board signed F. Hayward lower right
Height: 24.5cm Width: 39cm

 200-300

388
NASMYTH, PATRICK (SCOTTISH SCHOOL 1787-1831)
'Fishing in the Trossachs'
Watercolour on paper, artist's signature and title to window revealing back of image verso
Height: 29.5cm Width: 37cm

 400-600

389
LYCETT, JOSEPH (1775-1828)
'Salt Pan Plain, Van Diemen's Land'
Aquatint with original hand colouring, from 'Views in Australia' published by J. Souter, 73 St Paul's Churchyard, London, Oct 1, 1824, title and description below image; marked 'J Lycett, Delt et Execute' below image lower left
Height: 17.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 200-300

390
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'Boating, The Yarra, Studley Park'
Oil on board signed Chamerski lower left; title and date, 1984, to 'The Masters Gallery' label verso
Height: 20cm Width: 25cm

 100-150

391
HALL, DONALD FULTON (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL)
'A Boat on a River'
Enamel paint on composition board, signed 'H' lower left; title and signature, and artist's name to label verso
Height: 30cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

392
BRETELLI, RENALD (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL)
Abstract face with cow and paint palette
Oil on board signed and dated Renald Bretelli 73 or 78 lower left
Height: 50cm Width: 39.5cm

 30-50

393
RABERABA, HERBERT (1920-1980)
Ghost gums and purple ranges
Watercolour on paper signed Herbert Raberaba lower right
Height: 25.5cm Width: 34.5cm

 150-200

394
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
The red yacht
Oil on canvas, apparently unsigned
Height: 39cm Width: 28.5cm

 30-40

395
VALE, AMY (1874-1951)
Grape picking
Watercolour on paper, signed Amy Vale lower left
Height: 21cm Width: 33cm

 200-400

396
LANGKER, ERIK (1898-1982)
Hawkesbury River
Oil on canvas board, signed Erik Langker lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 43.5cm

 50-100

397
STUBBS, DOUGLAS (1927-2008)
'Fantasy'
Oil on board, signed and dated Stubbs 6/69 lower right, partially obscured by frame; title and date in pen verso
Height: 28cm Width: 53cm

 200-300

398
EARLY 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Bookstalls along the Seine, Paris
Coloured etching signed indistinctly and editioned 322 of 500 in pencil below image; with labels for Harry P. Whitmore of Omaha art dealer and importer verso; frame as found
Height: 16cm Width: 21cm

 20-40

399
GRIFFITHS, HARLEY CAMERON (1908-1981)
Street scene
Oil on board, signed and dated H. Griffiths, possibly '50 lower left
Height: 22.5cm Width: 34cm

 400-600

400
EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Landscape
Oil on board, signed and dated, possibly Elaine Bothain Paris 1911
Height: 22.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 50-80

401
LEVI, SARA (1870-1942)
Bushland scene
Oil on board, signed Sara Levi lower right; partial label with probable title verso
Height: 32cm Width: 22.5cm

 250-450

402
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Forest scene
Oil on board, unsigned
Height: 29cm Width: 34cm

 50-100

403
TIDD, WILLIAM RUSSELL JNR. (20TH CENTURY AMERICAN SCHOOL)
'Three ladies of the Street at Kings, Hawaii', 1960
Acrylic and resinous glaze on hardboard, signed indistinctly lower right; artist's name and title to label verso
Height: 21.5cm Width: 28.5cm

 50-100

404
GLEESON, JAMES TIMOTHY (1915-2008)
Male nude in surreal landscape
Ink, watercolour and wash on paper, signed and dated Gleeson '76 upper right
Height: 19cm Width: 14.5cm

 600-800

405
SLACK, WILLIAM L. (c.1876-1949)
Rural scene
Watercolour on paper, signed W L Slack lower left
Height: 17.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 50-80

406
LINDSAY, PERCIVAL CHARLES (PERCY) (1870-1952)
'Sydney Harbour'
Watercolour on paper, signed P. Lindsay lower left and titled to image
Height: 7.5cm Width: 26cm

 80-120

407
ABBOTT, ERNEST EDWIN (1888-1973)
'The carpet seller'
Watercolour on paper, signed Ernest E Abbott lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 20.5cm

 200-300

408
ARTIST UNKNOWN (19th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Landscape with church spire
Watercolour on paper, initialled FD or possibly TD lower right
Height: 11cm Width: 16cm

 50-100

409
WILLIAMSON, RAY (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Going Home'
Oil on artist's board, signed and dated R. Williamson '78 lower left; artist's card with title verso
Height: 14cm Width: 19cm

 40-50

410
GILL, LOU ('GILLINI') (c. 1873-1945)
'View of splendour'
Oil on board, apparently signed A Gillini lower right; title and artist's name written in a later hand verso
Height: 9cm Width: 13cm

 100-200

411
WITHERS, WALTER HERBERT (1854-1914) (ATTRIBUTED)
Rural scene in moonlight
Oil on board, unsigned; accompanied by a 1992 letter from Andrew McKenzie, art historian and authority on the works of Walter Withers, confirming this as a genuine work by Withers from circa: 1908
Height: 23cm Width: 28cm

 1000-2000

412
LONG, EDWIN LONGSDEN R.A (1829-1891), AFTER
'The Egyptian Feast'
A Victorian copy in oil on paper after the large master work held in the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford, England; housed in an E.S Wigg & Son (of Adelaide) gilded frame
Height: 32.5cm Width: 67cm

 1000-1500

413
19TH CENTURY ORIENTALIST SCHOOL
The proposal
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, possibly H. L...
Height: 130cm Width: 101cm

 1000-2000

414
NERLI, GIROLAMO PIERI BALLATI (1860-1926)
'Portrait of a young man'
Profile roundel in pastel on paper, signed with monogram and signature, Nerli, left of image; subject reputedly Edward Barron of Christchurch, the artist's brother-in-law; provenance: private collection, Mossgreen 4/9/2017, Lot 3; Dunbar Sloane, Wellington, 28/7/1999, Lot 129A
Diameter: 41cm

 800-1200

415
KAHAN, LOUIS V. (1905-2002)
'The Goldsmith'
Etching, signed, titled, and editioned 26/30 in pencil below image, also monogrammed in plate lower left
Height: 33cm Width: 24.5cm

 50-100

416
NAMATJIRA, EWALD (1930-1984)
'Honeymoon Gap'
Watercolour on paper, signed Ewald Namatjira lower centre
Height: 33.5cm Width: 50cm

 150-250

417
CAYLEY, NEVILLE HENRY PENNISTON (1853-1903)
A pair of kookaburras
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated N. Cayley 1891 to tree branch lower right
Height: 48cm Width: 36.5cm

 250-450

418
WOOD, CLIFFORD DUDLEY (1905-1980)
'Cumberland Gorge'
Oil on board, signed C. Dudley Wood lower left; title to hand written label verso
Height: 49.5cm Width: 63cm

 400-600

419
ROMAN, GÉRARD (20th CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
'Idylle'
Watercolour on paper, signed with initials GR lower left; title and artist's name to label verso
Height: 45cm Width: 60cm

 100-200

420
STUBBS, DOUGLAS (1927-2008)
'Sticky Beaks'
Acrylic on board, signed and dated Stubbs 9. 86 lower right; title to label verso
Height: 49cm Width: 56cm

 300-500

421
HART, KEVIN CHARLES (PRO) (1928-2006)
Herons at waterhole
Oil on board, signed and dated Pro Hart '75 lower right
Height: 66.5cm Width: 56.5cm

 1200-2000

422
O'CONNOR, VICTOR GEORGE (VIC) (1918-2010)
Cathedral
Oil on canvas, signed V.G. O'Connor lower left
Height: 75cm Width: 59cm

 400-600

423
LATE 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH OR EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Street scene with hansom cab and tram
Oil on canvas, indistinct and partial signature or date lower right, on vintage relined canvas with a wax-resin coating
Height: 80cm Width: 52cm

 250-450

424
GILL, NAYLOR (1873-c.1945)
'Bushfire on Dandenong Ranges'
Oil on cardboard, signed Naylor Gill lower left; title and artist's signature in pencil verso
Height: 18cm Width: 12cm

 100-200

425
COLVILLE, GEORGE GARDEN (1887-1970)
Yarra river and city bridge
Oil on board, inscribed signature Geo Colville lower right
Height: 22cm Width: 28.5cm

 250-450

426
MERFIELD, BERTHA ELIZABETH (1869-1921)
'The Precipice'
Oil on canvas board, signed B.E. Merfield lower left; title, artist's name and address in pencil verso; offered at Christies, 13th March 1975 as Lot 61 (lot sticker remaining plus one other)
Height: 34.5cm Width: 16cm

 200-300

427
NISBET, POLLOK SINCLAIR (BRITISH SCHOOL 1848-1922)
'Tangiers'
Watercolour on paper, titled, signed and dated Pollok S. Nisbet 1887 lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 17cm

 300-400

428
CRAIG, SYBIL (1901-1989)
'From a Roualt Reproduction'
Watercolour and gouache on paper, with title and signed Sybil Craig in pencil below image
Height: 21cm Width: 17cm

 200-300

429
GILL, LOU ('GILLINI') (c. 1873-1945)
Valley
Oil on board, signed Gillini lower left
Height: 14cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-200

430
DE MAISTRE, LEROY LEVESON LAURENT JOSEPH (ROY) (1894-1968)
'Late afternoon Bathurst'
Oil on board, signed Roy de Maistre lower left; title and artist's name to label verso
Height: 23.5cm Width: 33.5cm

 300-500

431
ASHTON, J. RICHARD (JULIAN) (1913-2001) (ATTRIBUTED)
Seascape with boatsheds
Oil on board, unsigned; marked J.R. Ashton to frame verso, (also to smaller text, Proud Alexander Oliver)
Height: 15cm Width: 32.5cm

 80-120

432
JAMES CHARLES NUTTALL (CHARLES) (1873-1934)
'The Story of the Bunyip'
Watercolour in black and white on paper, with title to lower image and signed Nuttall upper right; a member of the Melbourne Savage Club, Nuttall painted the image as the cover for a Smoke Concert programme held on the 28th March 1903; Nuttall was colour blind, hence his work in black and white
Height: 19cm Width: 24.5cm

 300-400

433
EARLY 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Woman with dog and hunters in snow
Oil on canvas, initialled, apparently Th R, lower right; canvas with Pelletier of Paris colourman's stamp verso
Height: 23cm Width: 29cm

 50-100

434
CAMPBELL, ROBERT RICHMOND (1902-1972)
'Old Curiosity Shop'
Watercolour on paper, signed R. R. Campbell lower left and dated 1921 lower right; with Sedon Galleries exhibition label verso with title, and catalogue number 52
Height: 15.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 80-100

435
BOYD, DAVID (1924-2011)
Figures by riverbank
Oil on canvas, signed David Boyd lower left
Height: 34.5cm Width: 29cm

 1500-2000

436
BOYD, DAVID (1924-2011)
Children in Orchard
Oil on board, signed David Boyd lower right; partial label with title verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 2000-2500

437
PROUT, JOHN SKINNER (1805-1876)
'Bridge in Tasmania'
Watercolour on paper, initialled faintly lower left, ?P, with artist's name and title in pencil to window verso showing reverse of image
Height: 15cm Width: 18cm

 100-200

438
COLLINSON, M (ACTIVE 1980s)
'Seclusion, Mt Macedon'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated M. Collinson 1986 lower right
Height: 26.5cm Width: 35cm

 50-80

439
CAVALIER, BRUCE (ACTIVE 1950s)
'The intersection from top of the T&G building'
Oil on board, signed and dated Cavalier '51 lower right; title verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 27cm

 50-80

440
PAREROULTJA, EDWIN (1918-1986)
Valley view
Watercolour on watercolour board, signed Edwin Pareroultja lower centre left
Height: 26.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 200-300

441
PROCTOR, ALTHEA MARY (THEA) (1879-1966)
Female nude study
Watercolour and pencil on paper, signed Thea Proctor lower right
Height: 34cm Width: 26cm

 150-250

442
NAMATJIRA, EWALD (1930-1984)
Ghost gum and ranges
Watercolour on paper, signed Ewald Namatjira lower centre right
Height: 25.5cm Width: 35.5cm

 150-250

443
BRETELLI, RENALD (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL)
Abstract figure
Acrylic on canvas board signed and dated Renald Bretelli 75 lower left
Height: 49.5cm Width: 39cm

 20-30

444
BOYD, EMMA MINNIE (1858-1936)
Mountain landscape with low clouds
Watercolour on paper, signed E.M. Boyd lower left
Height: 25.5cm Width: 36cm

 300-500

445
MATHER, JOHN (1848-1916)
'Mt Tambo Benambra'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated J. Mather 90 lower left and titled lower right
Height: 22.5cm Width: 40cm

 80-120

446
McCLINTOCK, ALEXANDER C. (1869-1922)
Wetlands with cloudy skies
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated A. McClintock 1907 lower left
Height: 24cm Width: 33cm

 50-100

447
MEESON, DORA (1869-1955)
Rough weather off Battersea Park
Oil on canvas board, signed Dora Meeson lower left; with title and various labels verso
Height: 38.5cm Width: 43.5cm

 800-1500

448
WILLIAMS, WILMOTTE (1916-1992)
Street scene
Oil on canvas board, signed W Williams lower left
Height: 40cm Width: 50cm

 80-120

449
SOLOMON, LANCE VAIBEN (1913-1989)
'The Rocks: Newport'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated L. Solomon '41 lower right; title to Artlovers Gallery label verso, also Sotheby's labels
Height: 40cm Width: 45cm

 150-250

450
GYE, HAROLD FREDERICK NEVILLE (HAL) (1888-1967)
Valley View
Oil on canvas, signed Hal Gye lower left
Height: 37cm Width: 54cm

 200-300

451
RABERABA, HERBERT (1920-1980)
A pair of landscapes
Watercolours on paper, both signed Herbert Raberaba lower right
Height: 35cm Width: 49cm

 300-500

452
BOYD, JAMIE (B.1948)
Shoalhaven scene
Oil on board signed Jamie Boyd lower right
Height: 51.5cm Width: 38.5cm

 400-600

453
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Yachting
Oil on board, apparently unsigned, but inscribed S. Vincent to rear of one craft
Height: 39.5cm Width: 48.5cm

 100-200

454
TAYLOR-GHEE, ROBERT EAGAR (1869-1951)
Cattle and landscape
Oil on canvas mounted on composition board signed R.E Taylor-Ghee lower right
Height: 36.5cm Width: 52cm

 800-1200

455
LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Figure in landscape at sunset
Oil on canvas, apparently unsigned, canvas with partial colourman's stamp, Melbourne and housed in a W&G Dean frame, partial label of late 19th century type; small damage to painting
Height: 29cm Width: 49.5cm

 100-200

456
FEUERRING, MAXIMILIAN (1896-1985)
Town and harbour
Oil on board, signed M. Feuerring lower left
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 200-400

457
19TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Figures strolling in a rocky landscape
Oil on canvas, possibly but indistinctly signed lower left; canvas bearing a London Windsor & Newton's colourman's stamp
Height: 33.5cm Width: 52cm

 80-120

458
VENETIAN SCHOOL OF ALESSANDRO LONGHI, (1733-1813)
Portrait of a nobleman with family crest
Oil on canvas, unsigned, relined canvas and housed in an antique frame
Height: 62cm Width: 50cm

 500-1000

459
AUSTIN, WALTER HAROLD (1871-1971) (BRITISH SCHOOL)
Roses
Watercolour and gouache on paper, signed W.H. Austin lower right; W.H. Austin was one of the Royal Worcester porcelain company's foremost decorators specialising in floral themes
Height: 16.5cm Width: 22cm

 150-250

460
SHERMAN, ALBERT T. (1882-1971)
Still life - white dogwood
Oil on board, signed Albert T. Sherman lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 32cm

 500-1000

461
YOUNG, CHARLES (CHAS) (ACTIVE 1884-1918)
River scene
Oil on board, signed C. Young lower right
Height: 30cm Width: 15cm

 50-80

462
FULLWOOD, ALBERT HENRY (1863-1930)
River scene
Watercolour on paper, signed A.H. Fullwood lower right
Height: 19cm Width: 15cm

 400-700

463
HEYSEN, HANS (1877-1968)
Rural track
Watercolour on paper, signed H. Heysen lower right
Height: 16cm Width: 13.5cm

 300-400

464
HERBERT, HAROLD BROCKLEBANK (1892-1945)
Rural township
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated H. Herbert 1934 lower right
Height: 18cm Width: 13.5cm

 50-100

465
CONDER, CHARLES EDWARD (1868-1909) (ATTRIBUTED)
Woman in a crinoline
Mixed media, lithographic print with hand colouring in crayon upon blueprint paper; unsigned, note verso stating that the work comes from the estate of W. Lloyd, friend of Charles Conder
Height: 20cm Width: 13cm

 100-200

466
THREE VICTORIAN CHROMOLITHOGRAPHS OF BRITISH ROYAL JEWELS
1863, from illustrations by Robert Charles Dudley
From the 'Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H Edward Albert Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra Princess of Denmark, and including: Plate 27, depicting various bracelets and a brooch; Plate 33, The National Token of South Wales, and; a print depicting a parure, The Gift of H.R.H the Prince of Wales
Height: 29cm Width: 22.5cm

 50-100

467
PARKIN, CONSTANCE (STOKES) (1906-1991)
Old building with gum trees
Oil on board, signed C Parkin lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 39cm

 500-800

468
A ROGER ET GALLET ADVERTISING LITHOGRAPH FOR 'LE JADE'
Circa: 1923
A promotional lithograph for the new perfume and toiletries line, Le Jade, 'giving the most precious stone of the Orient its fragrance'
Height: 30.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 50-100

469
19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Lake view with castle
Oil on canvas, initialled and dated lower left, J.V.C 1851
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59cm

 800-1500

470
DICKERSON, ROBERT HENRY (1924-2015)
Child study
Pastel on paper, trimmed and glued onto hardboard and sealed with a varnish or fixative; signed Dickerson lower right; authenticated July 2018
Height: 38cm Width: 24.5cm

  1000-2000

471
CONDER, CHARLES EDWARD (1868-1909)
'La Toilette', design for a fan
Watercolour on silk; label of The Fine Art Society London, October 1975, with title and catalogue number M8311 verso
Height: 24cm Width: 48.5cm

 3000-5000

472
ASHTON, JOHN WILLIAM (WILL) (1881-1963)
Laundry boat in fog and snow
Oil on canvas, signed Will Ashton lower right
Height: 60cm Width: 70cm

 2000-4000

473
CARO, PIERRE (FRENCH SCHOOL B. 1952)
Figures, fabric and crayons
Pastel on paper, signed and dated Pierre Caro '85 to image lower centre
Height: 60cm Width: 60cm

 250-350

474
A VINTAGE FRENCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a pierced bronze ceiling cup with chain and floriform wire work motif issuing beaded swags to six shaped branches supporting electric candles and draped in beads and pear shaped drops
Length: 86cm Diameter: 42cm

 200-400

475
AN ART DECO GLASS 'CLAM SHELL' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
The stem with ball knop and a lobed trumpet, with five bold moulded shell shades in frosted apricot colours
Length: 72cm Diameter: 65cm

 2500-2800

476
A FRENCH BELLE ÉPOQUE THREE BRANCH BRONZE CHANDELIER
Late 19th century
With a knopped and fluted stem issuing three slender scrolling arms with vegetal embellishments and supporting upturned frosted bell shades with fluted rims and Art Nouveau moulded floral decoration
Length: 88cm Diameter: 75cm

 1400-2000

477
A LOUIS PHILIPPE STYLE BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With Neoclassical influences having a ceiling cup with a stiff leaf design and a similarly decorated urn form stem above a large shaped bowl issuing six scrolling arms with acanthus embellishments supporting dishes and electric candles
Length: 80cm Diameter: 66cm

 150-250

478
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND CHROME SIX BRANCH ICICLE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With an urn form stem to a shaped conical boss issuing gently arched bronze arms supporting broad frosted dishes dripping with icicle motifs
Length: 85cm Diameter: 75cm

 900-1800

479
A VINTAGE FRENCH BRONZE THREE LIGHT CHANDELIER
Early to mid 20th century
Of Rococo style with scrolling supports from a central stem and three conforming arms, with dishes and provision for electric candles
Length: 50cm Diameter: 38cm

 80-100

480
A FRENCH SILVERED BRONZE FIVE LIGHT CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a chain and knopped stem with elegant and delicate scrolling arms to floral moulded cornucopias issuing from a large shaped dish and supporting conical frosted shades
Length: 105cm Diameter: 66cm

 1500-2000

481
AN ART DECO BIRD CHANDELIER IN CHROME AND TIMBER
Circa: 1930s
With a moderne timber and chrome rod stem issuing four 'U' shaped arms with flying bird decorative elements and supporting frosted floriform dishes
Height: 87cm Diameter: 72cm

 1000-1400

482
WITHDRAWN
will be available at the 16 September auction

 

483
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
The shaped and waisted mirror with pierced rocaille moulded motifs to the crest and a dentil surround, a small scrolling flourish to the terminal
Length: 76cm Width: 42cm

 100-150

484
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
The slightly fan shaped rectangular mirror with an arching crest and large moulded acanthus leaf motif, the shaped lower rail with scroll and leaf motifs terminating in a central shell
Length: 79cm Width: 43cm

 100-150

485
AN OVAL MIRROR IN A PAINTED FRAME
In a grey white finish, the oval mirror within a raised oval inner frame with a border of symmetrical vegetal motifs within bead and rope bands, the wider rectangular frame with extended corners and rose decorative spandrels
Length: 64cm Width: 54cm

 250-350

486
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
Rectangular with a mirrored surround and a high profile pierced and moulded shell and vegetal frame, the concave outer profile with bead border
Length: 701cm Width: 58cm

 150-300

487
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TOILET MIRROR
Early 20th century
A Georgian revival mirror with an oval framed glass and elegant scrolling supports above a serpentine base comprising three small drawers with barber's pole stringing, raised on petite bracket feet
Height: 65cm Width: 48cm Depth: 20cm

 80-180

488
A KAZAK STYLE SQUARE WOOL CARPET
In red and blue colours comprising thirteen hooked lozenge motifs enclosing stars and crosses upon a muted red field, the main border of conforming pattern
Length: 168cm Width: 153cm

 200-300

489
AN ARBEDIL PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
In a blue, green, mushroom and chocolate palette with a central hooked medallion and green spandrels upon a blue field prolifically embellished with an ordered arrangement of stylised vegetal and geometric forms, the main border of similar design, with narrow bands and a castellated inner border
Length: 308cm Width: 218cm

 900-1500

490
A FINE ELEGANT SILK PERSIAN CARPET
In cream and mushroom hues with teal and black enrichments, with a rosette and shaped black lozenge upon a pink terracotta field decorated with festoons and a curvaceous floral surround, the main border with fountains, mihrab and rosette designs between geometric bands
Length: 210cm Width: 136cm

 1800-2500

491
A PERSIAN TURKOMAN WOOL CARPET
Of typical red, blue and white colours with an allover gul design upon a red field enclosed by wide geometric border and narrow chevron and arrow point borders
Length: 298cm Width: 202cm

 900-1500

491a
A CASPIAN SILK ON SILK CARPET
A finely woven tree of life carpet with an ordered arrangement of pointed conifer tree motifs decorated with flowers and vases in a soft terracotta, maroon, blue and light green palette upon a cream field enclosed by a main border and narrow bands
Length: 168cm Width: 95cm

 1700-2700

492
A SIGNED TURKISH SILK ON SILK RUNNER
In a soft palette of pale sage, blue, salmon and cream with an allover tile design of mihrab shaped frames enclosing vases of flowers, birds and incense burners, surrounded by a main floral border and complementary bands
Length: 198cm Width: 80cm

 1100-1500

493
A NAIEN HABIBIAN WOOL ON SILK CARPET
With a master weaver signature, having a delicate allover design of tendrils and floral motifs in soft terracotta, pale and dark blue colours upon a light cream field
Length: 225cm Width: 148cm

 1600-2500

494
TWO BELGIAN WOVEN REPRODUCTION TAPESTRIES
One by 'Flemish Tapestries' and depicting a traditional formal garden scene, and; a 'Metrax' tapestry of 'Awaiting the Chase', probably inspired by the months of January and July from the 'Hunts of Maximilian'

 100-200

495
A MACHINE WOVEN TAPESTRY OF MONET'S GARDEN
After the 19th century painting of the same subject

 60-80

496
A VINTAGE HAND STITCHED WOOL TAPESTRY IN THE AUBUSSON TRADITION
The rustic verdure type wall tapestry featuring four herons in an expansive lake landscape before an arching bridge, finely worked with petit point details in a soft cream yellow and green palette, with fabric borders, cotton backing, also with a silken cord, lavish tassels and brass hanging fittings
Length: 203cm Width: 130cm

 300-500

497
A PERSIAN NAIEN CARPET
In cream and mid blue colours, with a sixteen point rosette upon a blood red lozenge scattered with palmettes, other blooms and scrolling foliage, the main border with palmettes and arabesques between foliate bands
Length: 208cm Width: 143cm

 500-700

498
AN AFGHAN SULTANABAD CARPET
A natural dye carpet in a beige and chocolate palette, with an allover loose floral design and tendrils, enclosed by a formal floral border
Length: 267cm Width: 187cm

 500-700

499
A WOOL CARPET WITH INDIGENOUS DESIGNS
The carpet with circles, navette shapes and vegetal forms in russet, ochre and white colours upon a brown field;  hand spun New Zealand wool.
Length: 270cm Width: 194cm

 800-1200

500
A PERSIAN NAIEN WOOL RUG WITH SILK INLAY
In a soft cream, mushroom, pale terracotta, sky and deep blue palette, with a central rosette within a large scalloped medallion enclosing a profusion of flora and arabesques, with shaped spandrels and a wide cream main border with flora and tendrils; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 304cm Width: 195cm

 800-1200

501
A PERSIAN KURDISH WOOL RUG
In a rich strawberry red, blue black, blue, grey and brown palette with a central medallion issuing stylised flora, herati and boteh upon the near black field, with a stylised red floral border and floral bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 206cm Width: 137cm

 150-250

502
A PERSIAN BAKHTIARI WOOL RUG
In red, ink, watermelon pink, brown and white colours with a central rosette upon a flower strewn red field, white floral meandering spandrels, surrounded by a triangular arranged floral main dark blue border within narrow bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 211cm Width: 134cm

 300-600

503
A VICTORIAN WALNUT WHATNOT
19th century
The three-tier whatnot of rectangular form with a serpentine profile front, having a foliate carved rear gallery, with turned supports and finials and raised on short turned legs with toupie feet and brass casters
Height: 100cm Width: 55cm Depth: 37cm

 150-250

504
A NAPOLEON III MARBLE TOP BOULLE PIER CABINET
Circa: 1860s
Of demi-lune serpentine profile, the ebonised cabinet inlaid to the frieze, medallion and spandrels with brass upon a dark scarlet ground, with brass stringing, cast border trims and extended corners with gilt bronze espagnolettes; cabinet as found
Height: 104cm Width: 117cm Depth: 43cm

 300-600

505
A MAHOGANY QUEEN ANNE PIANO STYLE WRITING DESK
Early 20th century
With a flat-topped gallery back, canopy drawers above partitions small shaped drawers centred by a small cupboard and two mystery compartments, a green leather writing surface, decorative carved edges and two frieze drawers with swing handles, the robust cabriole legs with carved knees and ball and claw feet
Height: 92cm Width: 81cm Depth: 49cm

 300-600

506
A SMALL GEORGIAN REVIVAL WALNUT CHEST
The chest of arbalète profile with a vigorously figured book end veneer top above four long cockbeaded and oak lined drawers of graduated depth with boxwood stringing and drop pull brass handles with floral backplates, raised on ogee bracket feet.
Height: 75cm Width: 85cm Depth: 49cm

 500-800

507
A VICTORIAN WALNUT SIDEBOARD BASE
19th century
With a moulded cornice above two drawers and lower cupboards with fielded panels and flanked by fluted stiles upon a plinth base, with brass swing handles and oval backplates to the drawers and drops to the cupboards
Height: 91cm Width: 138cm Depth: 53cm

 100-200

508
AN ANTIQUE WALNUT FAUX MARQUETRY DECORATED SECRETAIRE
19th century
The secretaire with fall front supported by lopers opening to reveal an arrangement of shaped drawers, a cupboard and two secret book compartments, a slide with inner compartment and three long drawers, richly decorated with foliar embellishments throughout, and raised on bun feet
Height: 105cm Width: 108cm Depth: 47cm

 800-1500

509
A PAIR OF UPHOLSTERED NEOCLASSICAL STYLE LIBRARY CHAIRS
20th century
The rectangular chairs with reeded rollover cresting rails and conforming arms, buttoned to the backs and sides, with stuffover seats and raised on cup and reeded tapering legs, with Neoclassical relief carved trims, and upholstered in green leatherette
Height: 102cm Width: 70cm Depth: 74cm

 100-200

510
A FINE WILLIAM IV FLAME MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
1830s
With a deep square edge top with a low flat-topped gallery flanked by volutes, three frieze drawers of ogee profile and raised on twin pedestal cupboards with fine gadroon tent top panels to the doors, shelving to the interior and raised on a plinth base
Height: 117cm Width: 183cm Depth: 58cm

 400-600

511
A CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET ON STAND
Early 20th century
With a broken pediment above astragal glazed doors with thirteen shaped panels, an extended base with twin drawers and raised on long square front chamfer back legs united by a galleried undertier, with fretwork spandrels and decorative strapwork throughout
Height: 181cm Width: 75cm Depth: 37cm

 500-1000

512
A CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY AND MIRRORED CABINET ON STAND
Early 20th century
With a broken arched pediment above a central astragal glazed cupboard flanked by mirrors and shelves, a shallow full width mirror and a bow front extended base with drawer raised on long square section legs with spade feet united by an undertier; with fretwork and decorative strapwork throughout
Height: 205cm Width: 92cm Depth: 50cm

 500-800

513
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
19th century
With a stepped projecting cornice above a pair of arched glazed doors flanked by fluted stiles and corbels, an extended base with an ogee profile drawer, panelled doors below with cabriole legs with carved husk knees and whorl feet either side, shelving to the interior and raised on a plinth base
Height: 234cm Width: 142cm Depth: 51cm

 1000-2000

514
A FRENCH OAK TWIN PEDESTAL DESK
Late 19th century
With a solid timber top above two drawers with linen fold carved details, leather covered panels to the pedestal doors with brass stud details and twin fielded panels to the sides, raised on impressive square section scrolled feet; originally purchased from House of Desks in 1991 with a valuation of $5250
Height: 68cm Width: 165cm Depth: 74cm

 800-1000

515
A CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY CORNER CABINET
Early 20th century
With a broken fretwork bonnet above an astragal glazed cupboard, with shelving and open compartments and panel glazed doors to the lower register, fret and strapwork embellishments and incuse carved details and raised on spade feet
Height: 217cm Width: 77cm Depth: 45cm

 500-800

516
A FINELY INLAID KINGWOOD TRANSITIONAL STYLE BONHEUR DE JOUR
Circa: 1900
A pierced gilt bronze gallery to the shaped top above a pair of cupboards with internal shelving, a frieze drawer with a shaped apron flowing to elegant cabriole legs, inlaid with vegetal borders, vases, and trailing floral motifs to ebonised reserves, with Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts, espagnolettes and sabots
Height: 137cm Width: 76cm Depth: 53cm

 2000-3000

517
A THREE-PIECE VICTORIAN NEO-RENAISSANCE WALNUT PARLOUR SUITE
Circa: 1850-70s
A triple medallion back sofa and two matching open arm chairs with showframes, button backs, padded arms and scrolled supports to bow front stuffover seats above turned legs with porcelain casters, with carved medallion crests and embellishments and upholstered in red and gold foliate fabric
Height: 105cm Width: 160cm Depth: 90cm (sofa)

 800-1200

518
A MAHOGANY LOUIS XVI STYLE TWIN PEDESTAL DESK
20th century
The top with a deep green tooled leather writing surface and an extended stepped edge above a central drawer and pedestals each with four drawers with recessed panels framed with bead decoration, with reed cluster edges and cast gilt bronze Neoclassical trims throughout
Height: 81cm Width: 161cm Depth: 80cm

 1000-2000

519
A SMALL VINTAGE GLAZED DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
The hardwood framed countertop cabinet glazed on all sides and to the top, with a chrome latch and two glass shelves
Height: 62cm Width: 46cm Depth: 41cm

 50-100

520
A FOUR LEAF PAINTED FOLDING SCREEN BY HELENE PAUSINGER (1871-1956)
1896, Salzburg, signed and dated to lower left panel
Four large timber and gilt shaped panels painted in oils with an abundant spring flowering orchard garden, with rose, blossoms, iris, peony and other blooms; Baroness Helene Paula Von Pausinger Erggelet, was the daughter of Austrian artist Franz Zaver Von Pausinger
Height: 204cm Width: 244cm

 3000-6000

521
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK RUSH SEAT CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
With arching shaped crests and conforming os-de-mouton mid rails, rush drop in seats and raised upon cabriole front legs with whorl feet united by turned 'H' form stretchers
Height: 98cm Width: 48cm Depth: 51cm

 400-600

522
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK EXTENSION DINING TABLE
Circa: 1930s
With a slightly shaped parquetry top with extended corners and slide extensions of conforming design, a shaped apron with channel grooved edging and carved shell and vegetal motifs flowing to cabriole legs with whorl feet

 400-600

523
A LOUIS XVI REVIVAL BURR TIMBER AND MARBLE SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1940s
With moderne influences, the sideboard with a mottled and veined cream marble top above a pair of vigorously figured quarter veneer cupboards flanked by curved side cupboards, with stringing and Neoclassical laureate pull handles and trims, and raised on square section tapering legs with brass caps
Height: 103cm Width: 168cm Depth: 51cm

 600-1200

524
A MAHOGANY CARVED FAUTEUIL IN THE LOUIS XV MANNER
19th century
The square backed chair with showframe having an arched cresting rail carved with vegetal motifs, shaped arm supports with foliate motifs to a stuffover seat, a carved seating rail and ornamented curvaceous legs with whorl feet, upholstered in pale gold ribbon and floral silk damask
Height: 104cm Width: 70cm Depth: 72cm

 200-400

525
A FRENCH MAHOGANY INLAID MARBLE TOP SHOP DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
With a glazed upper section with a mirrored back and rounded edges, a concave collar to an extended quarter veneer panelled cupboard with a large medallion inlaid in various timbers with the scene of a shepherd attending his flock, a shaped apron and small tapering shaped legs
Height: 152cm Width: 65cm Depth: 37cm

 800-1200

526
AN EDWARDIAN FOUR TIER WHATNOT
Early 20th century
With a fretwork crest to the rear and pentagon shaped cascading tiers each inlaid with boxwood vegetal motifs and having turned supports and feet
Height: 139cm Width: 67cm Depth: 28cm

 100-200

527
A GERMAN WALNUT SECRETAIRE
Early 20th century
In richly figured walnut with a black marble top above a frieze drawer, a fall front opening to a leather writing surface and an arrangement of drawers and compartments, three long drawers below and raised on extended square form convex feet, with gilt bronze wreath form handles and floral escutcheons
Height: 143cm Width: 97cm Depth: 38cm

 500-800

528
AN ANTIQUE BLACKWOOD BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: 1900
With a thumbnail edge top above a single drawer and a cupboard with an arched fielded panel above a plinth base
Height: 70cm Width: 42cm Depth: 37cm

 50-100

529
A SMALL INLAID HARDWOOD REVOLVING BOOKCASE
Early 20th century
The bookcase of typical form with an inlaid rosette in blonde timbers to the top and raised on a plinth base with concealed revolving mechanism
Height: 68cm Length: 43cm Width: 43cm

 300-500

530
AN ANTIQUE TRANSITIONAL KINGWOOD AND TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Late 18th century
With a breakfront grey black marble top above three drawers, each with three book end veneer panels with barber's pole borders and beaded ring handles with rosette backplates, with chamfered edges, a shaped apron and small curvaceous feet, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 120cm Depth: 60cm

 2000-2400

531
A MAHOGANY SIX DRAWER GEORGIAN REVIVAL CHEST
20th century
With drawers of graduated depth with flame mahogany veneer fronts and having cast swing handles and raised on ogee bracket feet
Height: 117cm Width: 64cm Depth: 48cm

 50-100

532
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MIRROR BACKED MAHOGANY DESSERTE SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1900
With a gently arched and shaped back with a bevelled glass above a veined cream and aubergine marble top, two drawers and cupboards below with laureate border inlay, with curved sides and an open lower compartment, raised on short toupie feet, with gilt bronze mounts and trims
Height: 160cm Width: 132cm Depth: 52cm

 600-900

533
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRETAIRE
Circa: 1900
With quarter veneer panelling to the top and fall front with stringing and contrasting timber banding, a blue leather writing surface to the interior and two drawers with compartments, three long drawers with book end veneers, beaded ring handles and raised on chamfered short sabre legs with sabots
Height: 95cm Width: 72cm Depth: 49cm

 600-1200

534
A MAHOGANY GEORGIAN REVIVAL COFFEE TABLE
With a single cockbeaded drawer and raised on fluted tapering legs with carved acanthus capitals
Height: 54cm Length: 61cm Width: 61cm

 50-100

535
A FINE REGENCY REVIVAL ROSEWOOD DROP SIDE SOFA TABLE
Early 20th century
The table with a finely figured top, drop sides with canted corners and pull out loper supports, twin frieze drawers centred with a gilt bronze anthemion element, and raised on a bird cage support to a platform base with splayed legs and paw feet with casters
Height: 70cm Length: 87cm Width: 68cm

 500-800

536
A FINE VICTORIAN WALNUT TILT TOP CENTRE TABLE
Mid 19th century
In the Renaissance revival manner, the richly figured oval table top with quarter veneer panelling, boxwood stringing and cross banding, raised on a carved pedestal and four splayed curvaceous legs with formal scroll ends, embellished with Renaissance cabochon medallions and elements
Height: 73cm Length: 138cm Width: 106cm

 300-500

537
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD FIVE DRAWER CHIFFONIÈRE
Circa: 1930s
With a mottled yellow ochre marble top of serpentine profile above floral inlaid and strung drawers, with a shaped apron and hipped edges flowing to short curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 48cm Depth: 34cm

 400-500

538
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
With mottled yellow ochre marble tops of serpentine profile above three floral inlaid and strung drawers, with a shaped apron and hipped edges flowing to slender curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 39cm Depth: 30cm

 600-800

539
A SET OF THREE INLAID CHERRY WOOD NESTING TABLES
20th century
The rectangular tables inlaid with floral designs, with twin side supports to trestle ends, the inner most table with a stretcher base, the outer two tables with rear stretchers
Height: 70cm Length: 49cm Width: 37cm and smaller

 400-600

540
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY CHEST
Early 20th century
With a slightly projecting top above a pair of half width cockbeaded drawers and three conforming long drawers of graduated depth, with escutcheons and swan neck swing handles, and raised on ogee bracket feet
Height: 106cm Width: 111cm Depth: 56cm

 200-400

541
A FRENCH MAHOGANY TIERED TEA TRAY
Early 20th century
The circular table with radiating veneer panels and a conforming undertier united by four fluted supports flowing to channel grooved tapering legs of slightly cabriole profile
Height: 72cm Diameter: 56cm

 100-300

542
A PAIR OF MAHOGANY LOUIS XVI STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1900
With three quarter pierced brass galleries and Carrara marble tops, with two drawers with recessed panels and gilt metal beading, with fluted edges and conforming tapering legs with brass capped feet united by shaped undertiers
Height: 69cm Width: 42cm Depth: 30cm

 600-900

543
AN UNUSUAL ART DECO WALNUT COFFEE TABLE
Circa: 1930s-40s
With a quarter veneer panelled top of slender barrel profile raised on a plinth enclosing a pair of cupboards with rectangular timber handles and raised on a broad, and extended arching base
Height: 56cm Length: 126cm Width: 65cm

 800-1200

544
A PAIR OF ART DECO KINGWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s-40s
With mottled orange marble tops above two drawers with simple oval gilt metal drop pull handles, open lower compartments and plinth bases
Height: 61cm Width: 48cm Depth: 34cm

 600-900

545
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND TEXTURED WROUGHT IRON SIDE TABLE
Circa: 1930
A square table with an aubergine and grey marble top set into a slightly angled bark textured frame above a shallow apron and supported on four offset reed clustered and hammered legs with scroll ends
Height: 63cm Length: 49cm Width: 49cm

 650-850

546
A PAIR OF CHERRY WOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
Of serpentine profile above two drawers with threaded panels, a shaped apron and cabriole legs with channel grooved thread edges
Height: 63cm Width: 39cm Depth: 27cm

 300-500

547
A KINGWOOD ORMOLU MOUNTED BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1930s
With a tooled green leather writing surface, a long oak lined frieze drawer, faux to the reverse, and raised on hipped cabriole legs with espagnolettes, having gilt bronze trims, mounts and sabots
Height: 77cm Width: 124cm Depth: 62cm

 1000-2000

548
A SMALL INLAID TULIPWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
The shaped top with a low gallery edge having quarter veneer panelling with floral inlay, similarly decorated to the single drawer and sides, with elegant chamfered tapering legs and gilt bronze sabots
Height: 63cm Width: 47cm Depth: 32cm

 250-350

549
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK FALL FRONT DESK
Mid 20th century
With a fielded panel to the fall front opening to a partitioned interior and a small drawer, two panelled drawers below with restrained scroll motifs and swing handles, having a shaped apron and raised on hipped cabriole legs
Height: 103cm Width: 91cm Depth: 53cm

 300-500

550
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY MIRROR BACK BUFFET
Circa: 1900
A shaped upper display cabinet with bevelled glass cupboards and curved sides, shaped supports to a cream and aubergine marble top, twin drawers and cupboards with laureate border trims, curved edges with burr walnut trim and raised on conical legs, with gilt bronze trims and swing handles
Height: 211cm Width: 176cm Depth: 51cm

 600-1200

551
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BUTTON BACK GENTLEMAN'S CHAIR
19th century
Of simple form with a waisted show frame, rollover arms to a serpentine stuffover seat with substantial scrolling vegetal supports to cabriole legs, upholstered in iced olive coloured velvet
Height: 103cm Width: 78cm Depth: 83cm

 100-150

552
A SMALL ANTIQUE PINE BOBBIN LEG SIDE TABLE
19th to early 20th century
With a bullnose top above a single drawer with a turned knob handle, bobbin turned and block legs and a bobbin foot united by a box stretcher
Height: 72cm Width: 80cm Depth: 60cm

 100-200

553
EIGHT UNUSUAL MEDIEVAL ARTS AND CRAFTS DINING CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The spade back chairs with notched edges, seven relief carved with monograms 'S & P'; one plain, and flanked by vertical bands with circular motifs, the stuffover seats with distressed tapestry style upholstery and raised on chamfered legs, seven with diamond point studs to the capitals, the other similar.
Height: 84cm Width: 50cm Depth: 52cm

 200-400

554
A RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD EXTENSION DINING TABLE
20th century
The table with a serpentine profile and a parquetry top with pull out extensions conforming design, a shaped apron with a carved shell motif and raised on generous cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 80cm Length: 138cm Width: 105cm Extended length: 252cm

 300-600

555
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODES
20th century
With deep apricot beige marble tops of serpentine profile above three long quarter veneer panelled drawers with shaped reserves and floral inlay, the sides similar, hipped edges to curvaceous legs, and embellished with bronze foliate mounts and sabots
Height: 87cm Width: 90cm Depth: 43cm

 1500-2500

556
A SMALL ART DECO MAHOGANY TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The circular table raised on four rectangular plank supports with curved front profiles raised on a cross form plank base with curved terminals above extended square timber plates
Height: 71cm Diameter: 85cm

 250-450

557
A CHESTERFIELD ARMCHAIR
The wingback diamond studded chair in deep maroon hide, with label for House of Chesterfield
Height: 107cm Width: 77cm Depth: 92cm

 200-300

558
AN INLAID WALNUT TRIPOD-BASED WINE TABLE
Later 19th century
The stepped circular top with stringing and centred with floral inlay to an ebonised circle, raised on a turned mahogany base with annulated and shaped knops to splayed legs
Height: 71cm Diameter: 51cm

 50-150

559
A VINTAGE OAK PARQUETRY IRON FRAME COFFEE TABLE
A 'French Style by Gourlay' square table of rustic form with a distressed cream painted and hammered iron work frame and a vintage oak parquetry flooring table top, with bowed cross stretchers serving as the legs; plaque underside
Height: 50cm Length: 95cm Width: 95cm

 20-50

560
A SET OF FOUR IRON WORK 'BALLOON' BACK BAR CHAIRS
With tubular waisted backs and pressed metal hot air balloon motifs, with metal strapping to the seats and raised on tubular legs united by a circular stretcher; purchased from Andrew Gourlay at 'French Style'
Height: 107cm

 300-500

561
A SIGNED VINTAGE FRENCH METALWORK AUTO TROLLEY
Mid 20th century, impressed mark of Gaillagot, G. to frame
With a mirrored top framed within a bark and thumbprint textured metalwork frame, hammered metal rails to the short ends with scrolling mounts and decorated with pierced grapevine spandrels, a timber undertier and rubberised casters
Height: 74cm Length: 95cm Width: 46cm

 800-1200

562
A MARBLE AND WROUGHT IRON STRETCHER-BASED OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
With a vigorously mottled cream, stone and ochre rectangular top framed by pierced scrolling ironwork and supported on extravagant 'S' scroll bifurcated legs
Height: 53cm Length: 75cm Width: 56cm

 350-550

563
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALLSTAND
Circa; 1930s
The waisted arching stand fabricated from textured and hammered ironwork, with an oval mirror and long tendril floral decorations above a frieze of tight scrollwork, the back and extended side stick and umbrella holders with striking serpentine vertical rails
Height: 195cm Width: 84cm Depth: 32cm

 1200-1800

564
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK BOOKCASE
20th century
With a projecting cornice above two long cupboards with shaped glazed panels and conforming fielded panels to the lower register, timber shelving to the interior, with a shaped apron and short cabriole legs, with long hinges and cast escutcheons
Height: 185cm Width: 129cm Depth: 45cm

 400-600

565
A REGENCE STYLE OAK DRINKS CABINET
Mid 20th century
A pair of cupboards with shaped and fielded panels opening to a concealed mirrored slide and 'U' shaped shelving, a long drawer and a lower cupboard fitted with bottle holders to the door, having short cabriole legs and period style brass hardware
Height:118cm Width: 71cm Depth: 47cm

 400-600

566
A PAIR OF KIDNEY SHAPED CHERRY WOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Mid 20th century
The two drawer tables with foliate handles, a slightly extended shaped apron and raised on dainty cabriole legs
Height: 60cm Width: 48cm Depth: 31cm

 400-800

567
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY VITRINE
Circa: 1930s
Of demi-lune profile with a concave pediment above a long-glazed door and ogee profile glazed sides, a shaped apron and raised on small curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze trims and sabots, the interior with glass shelves and lined with cherry red fabric to the rear; with key
Height: 145cm Width: 68cm Depth: 33cm

 800-1200

568
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a brass galleried marble top above a shaped and bevel glazed cupboard, a mirrored back and two glass shelves to the interior, a pair of strung and cross banded quarter veneer panelled cupboards below and raised on conical fluted legs, with restrained gilt bronze trims
Height: 140cm Width: 62cm Depth: 37cm

 700-900

569
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE INLAID MAHOGANY VITRINE
Circa: 1900
With a vigorously veined white marble top with canted edges above a part glazed cupboard, the lower register inlaid with a laureate festoon and pendants upon a checkerboard ground, with hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, gilt bronze Neoclassical mounts and sabots, glass shelves to the interior
Height: 159cm Width: 710cm Depth: 38cm

 800-1500

570
TWO WALNUT RÉGENCE STYLE BERGÈRES AND A MATCHING FOOTSTOOL
Circa: 1930s
The chairs with channel grooved frames and small floral embellishments to the crest, shaped aprons and hips, and raised on curvaceous legs with whorl feet, all items upholstered in a fern pattern damask in petrol blue and pink terracotta colours with stud trim
Height: 96cm Width: 67cm Depth: 80cm (chair)

 800-1500

571
AN ANTIQUE DUTCH WALNUT ROCOCO BOMBÉ SECRETAIRE
Late 19th century
In burr walnut with a fall front with pull out loper supports opening to a shaped compartment with a series of small drawers and a writing surface above three tiered cockbeaded long drawers and supported on large hairy claw and ball feet, with cast bronze pierced escutcheons and swag swing handles
Height: 101cm Width: 112cm Depth: 61cm

 1000-2000

572
A WALNUT XVI STYLE DESK
Late 19th century
The desk with a deep brown tooled leather top above a central drawer and pairs of side drawers, with faux drawers to the front, slides to the short ends, having applied floral decorations to the central drawers and paterae embellishments, raised upon elegant fluted legs; with three keys
Height: 75cm Width: 146cm Depth: 76cm

 1000-2000

573
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE
Mid 20th century
The circular parquetry top table with a scalloped edge above wavy apron and four cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 49cm Diameter: 74cm

 150-300

574
A SMALL TULIPWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE SIX DRAWER CHIFFONIÈRE
Mid 20th century
The slender cabinet with a curved facade having a low timber gallery, book end veneers to the top and sides, the conforming drawers with floral inlay, having a shaped apron and short extended cabriole legs, bronze foliate handles and sabots; a/f to backboard
Height: 110cm Width: 45cm Depth: 32cm

 400-600

575
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD DROP SIDE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
Of serpentine profile with floral inlay to quarter veneer panels enclosed by contrasting stringing and cross banding, with a similarly decorated shaped frieze drawer, faux to the reverse, raised on cabriole legs, with brass banding to the edges, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Length: 122cm Width: 57cm

 1500-2500

576
A TULIPWOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY OCCASIONAL/WORK TABLE
Early 20th century
The top with floral inlay to strung quarter veneered panels, one half sliding to reveal a compartment and tray, a drawer to the other short end, inlay to the apron and raised on tapering square section legs with upswept stretchers to a small galleried undertier, with restrained gilt bronze trims and pendants
Height: 78cm Length: 67cm Width: 40cm

 700-900

577
AN OAK RÉGENCE STYLE COMMODE
20th century
With a projecting top of gently curved profile to the front, above two half drawers and two long drawers with shaped recessed panels above a curvaceous apron, with rounded edges above short cabriole legs, and pierced brass vegetal handles and decorative escutcheons
Height: 84cm Width: 115cm Depth: 54cm

 400-500

578
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE PARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine purple and ochre marble top above two long drawers with decorative tile and lattice patterns to shaped and strung reserves, the sides conforming, with a shaped apron, extended hips flowing to curvaceous legs, and well-cast ormolu foliate mounts and sabots, with key
Height: 87cm Width: 120cm Depth: 56cm

 1500-1800

579
A RÉGENCE OAK DISPLAY CABINET
20th century
A full length part glazed cupboard with shelving, the upper register with a framed surround centred with a carved vegetal motif, a fielded panel of conforming design below, with curved edges, a shaped apron with carved shell and vegetal motifs and raised on short cabriole legs
Height: 154cm Width: 97cm Depth: 49cm

 350-650

580
A SMALL DIRECTOIRE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
19th century
With a grey white marble top above three long drawers each decorated with geometric inlaid barber's pole bands and stringing so as to present as an arrangement of multiple small drawers, raised on tapering square section legs with capped feet, with gilt bronze escutcheons and ring pull handles
Height: 85cm Width: 83cm Depth: 42cm

 1300-1800

581
A SMALL OAK GATE LEG TABLE
Early 20th century
The deep-toned table with a carved ribbon and floral undulate border design, with turned and block legs united by stretchers
Height: 75cm Length: 107cm Width: 84cm

 50-100

582
AN EMPIRE STYLE BEDSIDE TABLE IN WALNUT AND MIXED TIMBERS
Circa: 1900
A bow front striated cream marble top above a single drawer and a cupboard with laureate handles flanked by pillars with cast bronze capitals and bases and open compartments, with book end veneers, cross banding, stringing and contrasting burr walnut panels, raised on conical legs with capped feet
Height: 87cm Width: 66cm Depth: 42cm

 600-800

583
AN ART DECO PALISANDER DESK
Circa: 1930s
Of masculine appearance and utilising the bold figuration of the wood, with a black ostrich type skin to the surface above plank sides, a central drawer flanked by pairs of side drawers with simple flat black iron stepped escutcheons
Height: 76cm Width: 144cm Depth: 75cm

 1500-2000

584
A QUEEN ANNE STYLE INLAID PEMBROKE CHESS TABLE
Mid 20th century
The table top with an inlaid chess board, having shaped drop sides with hinged loper supports, drawers to the short ends, one drawer containing chess pieces, with a carved apron and raised on cabriole legs with vegetal carved knees and terminating in ball and claw feet
Height: 73cm Length: 83cm Width: 51cm Extended length: 143cm

 200-400

585
A MAHOGANY DESK CHAIR WITH NEOCLASSICAL ELEMENTS
With a slightly fanned rectangular back with a channel grooved frame, the arms with small pads and relief carved acanthus and whorl ends, a serpentine stuffover seat and raised on fluted legs with paterae details, upholstered in nail trimmed green vinyl
Height: 89cm Width: 61cm Depth: 56cm

 100-150

586
A FRENCH OAK HALL STAND
19th century
The provincial rectangular stand with the original looking glass, with coat hooks to the pediment and fluted stiles, a panelled lower register with a horizontal bar to support umbrellas and sticks above a lined tray
Height: 203cm Width: 62cm Depth: 26cm

 600-1200

587
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

 240-550

588
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

 300-500

589
A HALF ROUND MARBLE TOPPED SOFA TABLE IN A PAINTED FINISH
20th century
The table in a muted and speckled white finish with gilt trims, with a Carrara marble top, an apron with a key fret border in low relief and four tapering fluted legs with festooned baluster capitals
Height: 81cm Width: 104cm Depth: 31cm

 100-200

590
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

 2000-3000

591
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

 400-500

592
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

 500-600

593
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

 700-900

594
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

 300-600

595
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

 1000-2000

596
A STRETCHER-BASED OAK DESK IN THE LOUIS XIII STYLE
Late 19th century
With a rear compartment centred with a vegetal and fruit crest carved in high relief above a central drawer and open compartment flanked by pairs of drawers, the writing desk with a conforming drawer arrangement and raised on barley twist supports with turned and barley twist stretchers
Height: 118cm Width: 130cm Depth: 68cm

 350-550

597
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY SÉCRETAIRE À ABBATANT
Circa: 1890
In kingwood and tulipwood with a marble top above a long drawer, a quarter veneer panelled fall front with a inlaid rose medallion, a fitted interior with a leather writing surface, lower conforming cupboards and raised on conical feet, with stringing and cross banding throughout and gilt bronze mounts
Height: 144cm Width: 73cm Depth: 40cm

 1000-1500

598
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

 150-250

599
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

 300-500

600
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

 200-300

601
A FINE LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE PROVINCIAL OAK BUFFET
Early 19th century
The buffet of pegged construction with canted edges, three frieze drawers with pie crust channel grooved frames above two cupboards with shaped fielded panels, a simple flower motif to the centre panel, a shaped apron and raised on shaped stile feet, with the original iron locks and keys
Height: 115cm Width: 159cm Depth: 57cm

 250-550