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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 2 December 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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  ALL ITEMS MUST BE COLLECTED BY 5.00PM THURSDAY 6 DECEMBER

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-57
 Clocks & Music Boxes58-76
 Bronzes77-120
 Oriental121-181
 Objets de Vertu182-209
 Silver210-275
 Glass276-294
 Porcelain295-317
 Paintings318-375
 Carpets376-392
 Mirrors & Lights393-402
 Furniture403-475

001
A TEA CADDY AND TWO ANGLO-INDIAN BOXES
Early 19th century and early 20th century
A Georgian mahogany tea caddy with ebony stringing and an unlined interior, a lucky dragon carved cigarette box, possibly almond wood, with a secret sliding lock mechanism, and; a small relief carved rosewood jewellery box with arabesque and elephant decoration, two lined trays to the interior
Height: 14.5cm Width: 25cm Depth: 12.5cm and smaller

 50-100

002
A LONGWY-TYPE FAIENCE MUSICAL TRIVET
Circa: 1900
In bright colours and depicting two pheasants by a riverbank, with a relief carved frame and winder mechanism to base
Height: 6.5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 28.5cm

 150-250

003
A PAIR OF ANGLO-INDIAN EBONY CASKETS WITH DAMASCENE PANELS
Early 20th century
The two desktop hinged caskets with extended lids and bases, raised on ball feet and decorated with white metal panels decorated with scenic medallions, foliate motifs and patterned borders
Height: 10.5cm Width: 27cm Depth: 14cm and smaller

 100-200

004
AN ANGLO-INDIAN EBONY CASKET WITH DAMASCENE PANELS
Early 20th century
The hinged casket with an extended lid and base and raised on ball feet, decorated with white metal panels decorated with scenic medallions, foliate motifs and patterned borders
Height: 11.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 16cm

 100-150

005
AN ART NOUVEAU ALABASTER BUST
Circa: 1900
The head and shoulders of a serene young woman on an integral base
Height: 32cm Width: 23cm

 700-1200

006
AN AUSTRALIAN KANGAROO CAR MASCOT
Circa: 1930
A silver-plated car mascot in the form of a naturalistic kangaroo on a circular plate and mounted on a custom wood base
Height: 12cm

 200-300

007
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT 'CHIEN'
Circa: 1920, attributed to M. Bonnot,
The silvered bronzed mascot modelled as a seated dog and mounted on a custom wood base
Height: 15cm

 400-500

008
A FRENCH ART DECO GLASS CAR MASCOT 'SOURIS'
Circa: 1930, obscured signature of Sabino Paris to the glass base
A stylised clear glass mascot of a mouse with the original nickel-plated mounts, for identical example see Michel Legrand 'Mascottes Passion' p. 173
Height: 8cm

 450-550

009
AN RENE LALIQUE GLASS CAR MASCOT, 'TÊTE DE COQ'
Circa: 1928, model 1137, early Lalique France signature in capitals to neck
A stylised art deco model of a rooster's head upon on a circular base rim (minor nibbles to the base indicate it was mounted on a radiator cap as originally intended; the model was not produced as an ornament)
Height: 17.5cm Length: 16cm

 2000-2200

010
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT, 'BOURDON'
Circa: 1920, signed A Renevey
A rare silvered bronze mascot modelled as a bumblebee in flight, mounted on a custom wood base
Height: 18.5cm

 900-1100

011
AN ART DECO CHROME CAR MASCOT OF AN EAGLE
Circa: 1925
The stylised mascot of an eagle with spread wings upon an integral geometric stand
Height: 16cm

 250-300

012
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT, 'AUTRUCHE'
Circa: 1925, signed Morante
A rare silvered bronze car mascot modelled as stylised running ostrich and mounted on a custom wood base, inscribed Morante and E. Mardon Ed
Height: 16cm

 480-550

013
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT 'LUNE ET CHAT'
1923 Paris, signed Et. Mercier (Etienne)
A rare silvered bronze crescent moon and a yowling gesticulating cat; inscribed with date and signature to lower section and mounted on a custom black marble plinth base
Height: 18.5cm

 950-1250

014
AN ENGLISH ALVIS HARE CAR MASCOT
Circa: 1930, by Louis Le Jeune
A silvered bronze car mascot in the form of a naturalistic alert hare and mounted on a custom wood base, apparently signed A.E.L underside of hare
Height: 16.5cm

 450-550

015
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT 'LUNE QUI RIT'
Circa: 1935
A silvered metal mascot of a smiling moon mounted on a vintage radiator cap and a custom wood base
Height: 18.5cm

 280-380

016
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT 'SINGE AU LANTERNE'
Circa: 1925, signed H. Payen (Henri)
A fine and rare silvered bronze mascot modelled as a monkey, its tail entwining a branch and leaning forward holding a lantern (which originally would have illuminated when headlights were turned on); now mounted on a custom electrified base
Height: 24cm

 1850-2250

017
A FRENCH ART DECO CAR MASCOT 'CIGONE VOLANTE'
Circa: 1920
A finely cast silvered bronze model of a flying stork, mounted on a custom wooden base, signed H. Payen
Height: 23cm Length: 16.5cm

 900-1200

018
A FRAMED ANTIQUE RUSSIAN RAILWAY SCRIP CERTIFICATE AND A 19TH CENTURY BOTANICAL PRINT
A 1903 bond for the Riazan -Ouralsk railway, in Russian, French and Dutch, and; a chromolithograph of the phases of development of an acorn
Height: 68.5cm Width: 61cm (scrip) Height: 41.5cm Width: 31cm (print)

 50-100

019
A CASED VINTAGE FRENCH SILVER PLATE BACHELOR SET
Circa: 1930-40, maker's stamp of LN with topiary tree trademark
Comprising a fork and spoon, beaker and napkin ring, the beaker and ring with an Art Nouveau style frieze in a matt lightly coloured finish, with mark of G. Foret in relief to beaker and G.F. to relief patterned backs of fork and spoon
Height: 7.5cm (beaker)

 50-60

020
AN ANTIQUE SPELTER ROSE INKWELL AND A BRONZE CORKSCREW
Later 19th century
An inkwell modelled as a green patinated full blown rose with a hinged top and mounted on a square black marble base, and; a corkscrew modelled as a fist holding a bar bell
Height: 9cm Length: 10cm Width: 10cm (inkwell)

 30-50

021
AN ART NOUVEAU CAST METAL JEWEL CASKET
Circa: 1900, France, signed Elias to side of one foot
The casket decorated in relief with a maiden in relief to the lid surrounded by flowers, the shaped body with four integral feet and vegetal mounts, decorated with muted cold painted bronze and green colours, the interior with padded red silk
Height: 8.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 300-400

022
A VICTORIAN CAST IRON DOOR STOP
19th century
Cast as a flat backed basket of fruit with long handle
Height: 36cm

 50-80

023
AN ANTIQUE CARVED OAK OWL
Circa: 1900
The naturalistic model, with a fine soft rubbed patina
Height: 25.5cm

 80-120

024
SIX ANGLO-INDIAN ANIMAL ORNAMENTS, AN EEL, THREE LIZARDS, TWO TIGERS
Late 19th to early 20th century
A fine articulated brass eel, three cast brass lizards, two horn tigers mounted on wooden bases, one recumbent, the other attacking a coiling snake
Length: 34cm (fish)

 50-100

025
AN ANTIQUE WHALE TOOTH BOTTLE OPENER, A PIPE AND TWO PLATED ITEMS
19th to early 20th century
A whale tooth plated opener inscribed 'Moby Dick' and Made in England; a Meerschaum type white clay pipe featuring a toper beside a barrel; a plated cup and a plated pierced condiment pot with a blue glass liner
Length: 13cm (pipe)

 50-100

026
AN ANTIQUE GLASS RELIQUARY CASKET
Late 19th to early 20th century
Of truncated pyramidal form with gilt bronze bead and claw edging to bevelled glass panels, velvet lined and raised on cast pierced leafy mounts with paw feet
Height: 12cm

 100-200

027
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE ENGLISH OAK AND NAILED LEATHER HEARTH BELLOWS
Early 20th century
Of typical form with a long foliate embellished handle, a carved British 'beast rampant' to the face of the bellows terminating in a knopped brass point, with nail trims to the leather
Length: 85cm

 30-50

028
A PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS AND METAL WARE TABLE LAMPS
Frosted Art Deco style globe shades with diamond and square shapes raised on a birdcage stem united by stylised floral motifs above a square textured base
Height: 40cm

 350-550

029
A SIGNED PORTRAIT MINIATURE
Early 20th century
The watercolour portrait of an elegant lady in a floral decorated powdered wig and blue gown, signed Brionte left of image, housed in a plain Mosley ware of England brass frame
Height: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 500-800

030
A FINE VICTORIAN INLAID PAPIER-MÂCHÉ LADY'S COMPENDIUM
19th century
The shaped black lacquer box inlaid with pearl and abalone shell enhanced with gilt and painted decoration, beautifully fitted with a paper and silk lined jewellery tray, four partitioned drawers with pearl handles behind a pair of doors, the lower drawer serving as a removable velvet lined writing slope
Height: 29.5cm Width: 39.5cm Depth: 34.5cm

 700-1000

031
AN ART NOUVEAU TIMBER TRAY BY EMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1900
Rectangular with a plain gallery and integral handles to the short ends, inlaid in mixed timbers with flora and a dragonfly, inlaid signature of Gallé
Length: 59.5cm Width: 39cm

 800-1000

032
A COLLECTION OF ANGLO-INDIAN METALWORK ITEMS: WALL PLAQUES, DAMASCENE DISHES WITH TRAY, A BOWL, AN ORIENTAL COVERED POT
Early 20th century
Four brass wall hangings relief decorated with deity figures in contrasting mixed metals, a similar bowl; a damascene steel platter and seven dishes decorated with scenes and buildings, and a small oriental covered brass pot
Length: 40cm Width: 40cm and smaller

 100-200

033
A GROUP OF FIVE ABORIGINAL WOODEN IMPLEMENTS
A plain hewn bowl, a clap stick and three boomerangs with fire branded decorations
Length: 50cm and smaller

 50-60

034
AN ANTIQUE LEOPARD SKIN RUG (PANTHERA PARDUS)
The skin mounted on black felt
Length: 176cm Width: 143cm

 200-300

035
A SET OF FIVE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
Early 20th century
The all copper graduated saucepans with steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 150-250

036
AN ORNATE ANGLO-INDIAN CARVED SANDALWOOD CASKET
Circa: 1900
The shaped rectangular casket with 'D' shaped ends, a stepped lid and base and lion's paw feet, intricately relief carved with arabesque and patterned borders, panels of deity figures and surmounted by Vishnu on a lotus throne accompanied by a caparisoned elephant, (one elephant deficient) lined to the interior
Height: 30cm Length: 42cm Width: 26cm

 50-100

037
A SET OF FIVE FRENCH TIN LINED COPPER SAUCEPANS
Graduated saucepans with steel handles
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 150-250

038
A SET OF FIVE FRENCH TIN LINED COPPER SAUCEPANS
Graduated saucepans with steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 150-250

039
A LARGE ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRON
19th century
Of typical form with twin handles
Height: 15cm Diameter: 42cm

 100-200

040
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON
19th century
Of waisted shaped with a rolled rim
Height: 23cm Diameter: 33cm

 100-150

041
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRON
19th century
With a dovetail joined base and twin handles
Height: 14cm Diameter: 35cm

 100-200

042
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRON
Circa: 1900
With a hammered finish to the base and twin handles
Height: 13cm Diameter: 38cm

 100-200

043
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRON AND A LARGE COVERED TWO HANDLED POT
Circa: 1900
The cauldron of typical form with twin handles
Height: 12.5cm Diameter: 37.5cm

 150-250

044
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER JARDINIÈRE AND A EWER
19th century
An elongated jardinière with much patina and a large waisted ewer with a carinate collar and a patterned long brass handle
Height: 37cm (ewer)

 80-120

045
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH BRASS CAULDRON AND A BRASS MILK PITCHER
19th century
The cauldron with a steel swing handle and the pitcher of high shouldered form
Height: 22cm Diameter: 41cm (cauldron)

 100-150

046
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON AND A LARGE SAUCEPAN PAIL
19th century
The low cauldron with brass handles and a straight-sided bucket style saucepan or pail with a small pouring spout and an extended curved steel handle
Height: 16.5cm Diameter: 34cm (cauldron)

 120-160

047
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER DAUBIÈRE
19th century
Of typical elongated form with an iron swing handle
Height: 15.5cm Length: 47cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

048
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER DAUBIÈRE
19th century
Of typical elongated form with an iron swing handle
Height: 13.5cm Length: 52.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-150

049
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER DAUBIÈRE
19th century
Of slender elongated form with twin handles to the short ends
Height: 12cm Length: 46cm Width: 16cm

 100-200

050
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT BENCH SEAT
Circa: 1920
A pair of chain decorated elephants with ivory tusks and nails with a simple detachable plank seat
Height: 54cm Length: 129cm Width: 60cm

 600-800

051
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1933, purchased Mysore India
A carved and caparisoned elephant supporting a rectangular tray with ivory stringing and foliate inlay with inked decoration in the Vizagapatam manner to the corners
Height: 63cm Length: 58cm Width: 43cm

 200-400

052
A PAIR OF ANGLO-INDIAN HARDWOOD PRICKET STICKS AND A PAIR OF SCONCES
Early 20th century
Reed cluster pricket sticks above ornately carved lion dragon supports and rectangular bases, the tapering semi-circular sconces richly carved with deity figures
Height: 41cm (pricket sticks)

 100-200

053
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT DINNER GONG
Circa: 1920s
A pair of chain clad elephants, their trunks entwined around a pair of trees suspending the brass gong, raised on a gadroon carved rectangular base
Height: 46cm Width: 86cm Depth: 25cm

 200-400

054
A HANDSOME ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD FLOOR ELEPHANT
Circa: 1920
In beautifully figured wood and decorated with a carved chain over the body, ivory tusks and nails
Height: 45cm Length: 62cm Width: 28cm

 200-400

055
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD WALL HANGING
Circa: 1920s
Of cushion marquise shape relief carved with a pair of caparisoned elephants flanking the auspicious Hindu conch shell, 'shanka' and enclosed by finely carved leafy borders with medallions of deity figures
Length: 34cm Width: 75cm

 50-100

056
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD TRAY
Circa: 1920
Rectangular with relief carved circular motifs to the corners and scroll bracket handles
Length: 63.5cm Width: 43.5cm

 50-80

057
A VINTAGE DENTIST'S CABINET COMPLETE WITH A LARGE RANGE OF ORIGINAL INSTRUMENTS AND ACCESSORIES
A blonde hardwood cabinet with a white glass shelf, hinged compartments to the rear and a series of shallow drawers above a pair of cupboards with requisite vintage instruments including tools for cleaning, mould taking, extractions and accessories including drill sand papers
Height: 122cm Width: 93cm Depth: 38cm

 400-800

058
AN ART DECO ONYX AND MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with key and pendulum
In cream onyx with red and grey marble trims, of square section arching form, a square bronze coloured dial with Arabic numerals and applied cast bronze trims, the side vases of conforming design
Height: 24.5cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 11cm

 300-500

059
AN ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with key and pendulum
Of square section arching form with contrasting red veined and grey and cream marble, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and embellished with a triangular cast floral motif, with square section side tazze in matching marble
Height: 27cm Length: 28cm Width: 11cm

 400-600

060
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT SPELTER FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
1870s, with maker's stamp for Parrot Frères
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals flanked by a Renaissance style figure and surmounted by a trophy, raised on an alabaster base with cast and pierced Neoclassical elements; with key and pendulum
Height: 40cm Width: 32cm Depth: 13cm

 300-500

061
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1920s, with maker's stamp for Japy Frères
The flat topped arching clock in contrasting red, green and coffee coloured marble, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and surmounted by a seated nude woman with bobbed hair cradling a bouquet of flowers; with key and pendulum
Height: 33.5cm Length: 36cm Width: 10cm

 300-500

062
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with mark of Honegger of Lyon to the dial
Pierced and cast in the Rococo manner with Art Nouveau influences, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings, accompanied by a pair of elegantly sinuous twin candle side pieces; with key and pendulum
Height: 33.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 16cm

 800-1200

063
A SONGBIRD IN A GILDED CAGE AUTOMATON
Post 1950, with trademark of Robert & Otto Eschle
A single red and black feathered bird emitting a realistic sonorous call housed in a gilded cage with a cabochon jewelled base, with winding mechanism to operate the small internal bellows and trademark underside
Height: 23.5cm

 400-600

064
AN ELEPHANT MYSTERY CLOCK
Late 19th century, probably German in the manner of Junghans
The spelter bronze tone elephant with a raised trunk supporting the dial and pendulum above an oval wooden base
Height: 28.5cm Width: 25cm

 200-400

065
A SMALL VINTAGE BRASS DESK CLOCK BY LANCEL
A small square Quartz movement clock with a matt black dial with Roman numerals, a ring handle and a rotating base, cased
Height: 9.5cm Width: 6.5cm Depth: 6.5cm

 120-200

066
A LARGE LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, mark of Bareier Lyons, with key and pendulum
A large cold painted cupid holding a pair of doves and leaning on a plinth supporting a floral decorated enamel dial with Roman numerals and raised on an elongated base with rounded ends with gilt bronze trims
Height: 54cm Width: 31cm Depth: 20cm

 700-900

067
A BOLD ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
In richly figured red and yellow ochre marble, the clock of pointed arch design, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, trimmed with olive onyx stripes and cast floral motifs, with side tazze of conforming design; with key and pendulum
Height: 42cm Width: 33cm Depth: 12cm

 500-800

068
A FINE TABLE MUSIC BOX AND ORIGINAL STAND WITH ADDITIONAL CYLINDERS
19th century, probably Swiss, retailed through Maple & Co, London
A crank operated box with six bells with bee and butterfly strikers, castanets and drum, the case of burr walnut with an inlaid lid and ebonised edges, the conforming table of Louis XV style housing four additional cylinders within a fitted frieze drawer
Height: 160cm Width: 130cm Depth: 69cm

 9000-12000

069
A FINE WALNUT UPRIGHT DISK 'POLYPHON' WITH FIFTEEN DISKS
Circa: 1900, Polyphon Musikwerke, Leipzig Germany
Housed in glazed case with carved crest details, finials and pilasters, mark of 'Polyphon' to the cornice, having a coin operated mechanism with crank and a fine sonorous tone
Height: 125cm Width: 70cm Depth: 40cm

 6000-8000

070
A SWISS DOMED MUSICAL AUTOMATA
Circa: 1880s
A moulded and painted diorama of a mountain scene with a moving train with carriages and a moving sailing ship in high seas to the fore beneath a part painted and clear glass dome, the train, sailing ship and music operated by a pull string to the wooden base
Height: 43cm Width: 40cm Depth: 25cm

 800-1200

071
A GILT BRONZE CARTEL CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
19th century, mark of Gerbe D'or H Chapus Fils, Rue de Rivoli, Paris to dial
The well cast clock surmounted by an urn with flame finial, draped with pendant fruits and flora and framed by bold acanthus and laurel leaves, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, Arabic minute markings; key and pendulum
Length: 63cm Width: 31cm

 700-900

072
A FINE VIENNA REGULATOR WALL CLOCK
19th century
Housed in an ebonised Neoclassical Revival temple style cabinet, with a bold dial in gilt and black, pink and blue enamels embellished with anthemion details, the zinc backed pendulum with complementary decoration, with two brass weight
Length: 125cm Width: 39.5cm Depth: 19cm

 500-800

073
A SWISS NICOLE FRÈRES TABLE TOP MUSIC BOX
19th century, distributed by Keith Prowse & Co London
The music box with six bells and typical crank and cylinder operation, marked Nicole Frères to the comb and playing twelve airs with original play list to the lid, housed in a rosewood case with a decorative mixed timber and coloured cartouche to the lid and face, further trimmed with cross banding and stringing
Height: 31cm Width: 68cm Depth: 39cm

 4000-6000

074
A FRENCH RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with maker's cartouche of Raingo Frères Paris to dial
Lavishly cast and embellished with architectural and decorative elements in contrasting gold and silvered bronze, the dial with enamel cartouches and Roman numerals flanked by caryatids, an ornamented surmount with buttress type scrolls and conforming five light candelabra; with key and pendulum
Height: 47cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 15cm

 3800-4500

075
AN ANTIQUE BLACK MARBLE PRESENTATION MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mechanism by Japy Frères, Paris, dial marked Lund & Blockley (to the Queen), Bombay & Poona
The gong strike architectural style clock with triangular pediment, Corinthian columns and bas relief decoration, the dial with Arab numerals; with plaque to W.J Swan from his shipmates of 'S.S. Islandha' on the occasion of his marriage
Height: 33cm Width: 32.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 50-100

076
A BOULLE MANTEL CLOCK ON STAND
19th century
The ebonised timber cased clock with Berainesque brass inlay upon a scarlet ground to the face framed by formal cast and applied Rococo elements, a pagoda top with floral finial, the decorative pressed dial with enamel cartouches with Roman numerals, upon a separate stand, with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 25.5cm Depth: 13.5.cm

 700-900

077
A BRONZE HORSE ON A MARBLE STAND
A racehorse on a black marble stand, an indistinct inscribed signature to base of bronze
Height: 35cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 18cm

 400-500

078
A BRONZE STATUE AFTER MICHAEL CLODION (1738-1814)
19th century
Depicting a nymph cavorting with the bust of a satyr on a pedestal, inscribed mark of Clodion to base
Height: 53cm

 1400-1800

079
A DYNAMIC ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A DOG
Circa: 1930
A leaping black dog on a triangular marble support mounted on a portoro and multi-toned black and tan marble plinth
Height: 27cm Length: 40cm Width: 11cm

 250-350

080
A FINE ANTIQUE ORMOLU TRINKET CASKET IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
Circa: 1880
The lavishly cast shaped casket with a husk embellished hinged cover with an abundant fruiting finial, four ram's head mounts to the body and a scrolling acanthus border in relief, stiff leaf designs to the lower body and raised on caprine legs above a shaped marble base
Height: 23.5cm Length: 20cm Width: 17cm

 600-800

081
'LA GLANEUSE' BY EUGENE-ANTOINE AIZELIN (1821-1902)
In bronze, a pensive female gleaner holding a sheaf of wheat and a staff over her shoulder, mark of E. Aizelin Hors Concours to foot and plaque marked Glaneuse d'Aizelin to circular base
Height: 68cm

 2000-3500

082
AN ART DECO SPELTER WATER CARRIER FIGURE
Circa: 1920s
The deep green patinated kneeling female figure in a diaphanous gown and modish bobbed hair holding an onyx urn, raised on a cream onyx base faced with portoro marble
Height: 37.5cm Width: 28cm Depth: 14cm

 1000-2000

083
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANIMALIER GROUP OF THREE STORKS BY IRÉNÉE ROCHARD (1906-1984)
Three feeding storks, one with a small snake in its beak, and mounted on a two tone yellow ochre and portoro marble base, signed I. Rochard across one corner
Height: 30cm Length: 50cm Width: 13.5cm

 800-1500

084
AN ART DECO SPELTER PHEASANT
Circa: 1930
The bird with fine plumage in lustrous colours upon a two toned marble base with contrasting striped trims
Height: 26cm Length: 55cm Width: 13cm

 300-500

085
A PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Ribbed pillar sticks with sconces and raised on stepped circular bases
Height: 23.5cm

 50-100

086
AN ART DECO BRONZE PHEASANT GROUP BY IGNACIO GALLO
Circa: 1920
A realistically modelled pheasant pair in burnished gold bronze colours mounted upon a stepped black marble base, incised mark of Gallo to base
Height: 35cm Width: 77cm Depth: 20.5cm

 1000-1500

087
A LARGE BRONZE GERMAN ART NOUVEAU VASE BY KAYSER
Circa: 1910
A high shouldered baluster vase with a broad neck and a lightly hammered finish to the lower register decorated with four applied ducks in flight; trademark and stamp of Kayser underside
Height: 37.5cm

 120-180

088
AN ART DECO SPELTER SCULPTURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN AND A DOG
Circa: 1930
The semi-reclining figure in a draped gown accompanied by a recumbent great Dane with crossed paws, on a grey and cream trimmed yellow ochre base
Height: 22cm Length: 50cm Width: 13cm

 300-500

089
A DOMENECH ET PFEFFER SPELTER GROUP, 'CHAR DE LA VICTOIRE'
Circa: 1900, inscribed mark of Domenech et Pfeffer to marble base
The dynamic casting of a Roman charioteer and his two rearing horses, mounted on a portoro marble base, bearing a 1934 plaque
Height: 54cm Length: 75cm Width: 26cm

 1000-2000

090
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANIMALIER GROUP OF A STAG AND DEER
Circa: 1930
Synchronised prancing figures, the deer in lustrous brown and copper tones, brown and pewter colours to the stag and mounted on a layered white and black marble base
Height: 21.5cm Length: 44.5cm Width: 11.5cm

 250-350

091
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANIMALER GROUP OF A STAG AND DEER
Circa: 1930
In lustrous black spelter the recumbent figures on a veined marble base with black marble and cream onyx trim
Height: 19.5cm Length: 51cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

092
A PAIR OF SMALL ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
Early 20th century
Cast shaped sticks with scrolling acanthus, floral and shell motifs in the Louis XV manner
Height: 10cm

 150-250

093
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER GAZELLE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Standing gazelles in lustrous brown and gold colours, mounted on near black marble bases
Height: 15cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 150-250

094
A PAIR OF ART DECO STAG SPELTER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Leaping stags on veined black marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Length: 14cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

095
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH DESK LAMP
Late 19th century
With an elongated cylindrical shade with shaped edges with above a swan neck adjustable stem and raised on a stepped circular base
Height: 38cm

 130-180

096
AN ART DECO BRONZE SEAGULL BY J.B. LEONARD
Circa: 1930
With deep patination and smoothly cast as a seagull in full flight over a wave and mounted on a black marble ellipse shaped base, impressed mark of J.B Leonard and also stamped Marcel Guillemard, Bronze 34
Height: 46.5cm Width: 51cm

 800-1200

097
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SQUIRREL BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Cold painted in gold and green colours depicting squirrels eating nuts and vegetation, mounted on red suffused white marble bases
Height: 11.5cm Length: 11cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

098
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SWALLOW BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Pewter and silver toned stylised swallows in full flight mounted on mottled grey marble shield shaped bases
Height: 12cm Length: 14cm Width: 8.5cm

 150-250

099
A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE CANDELABRUM
Late 19th century
The twin light candelabra cast and pierced in the florid Rococo Revival manner
Height: 24.5cm Width: 23cm

 150-250

100
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A DOG
Circa: 1930
A seated Alsatian in lustrous brown tones with hints of copper on a rose marble base
Height: 18.5cm Length: 27.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 100-200

101
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER FAWN BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Stylised 'Bambi' style prancing fawns in lustrous gold and brown colours, mounted on veined grey marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

102
A FRENCH ART DECO SILVERED BRONZE FIGURE 'LA DANSEUSE'
Circa: 1930, signed Janle
A two-dimensional figure with bobbed 'garçon' style hair, clad in an exotic revealing costume and effecting an athletic one-legged pose, signed Janle to the small lozenge shaped foot plate and mounted on a pyramidal layered marble base
Height: 41cm

 1350-1550

103
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A WOMAN WITH A DOG
Circa: 1920s
The cold painted figure of a woman with ivorine face, attired in a fanciful laced medieval dress and accompanied by a borzoi, upon an onyx and black marble base
Height: 33cm Width: 38cm Depth: 14cm

 1000-2000

104
A SMALL BRONZE AND MIRRORED WALL SCONCE
In the Rococo manner, a rectangular mirror framed by a pierced ornate frame with a mascaron and acanthus crest, the lower frame issuing scrolling arms with urn form sconces and drip trays
Height: 41cm Width: 25cm Depth: 8cm

 100-160

105
A GILT BRONZE TABLE MIRROR WITH AN EASEL BACK
A shaped mirror pierced and cast in rocaille manner with a winged dragon in high relief to the crest
Height: 63cm Width: 39cm

 300-600

106
A FINE PAIR OF ORMOLU ROCOCO REVIVAL MANTLE CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1930s
Each well cast with a demi-figures holding a cornucopia issuing foliate curvaceous arms with acanthus embellished sconces upon a rocaille pierced base
Height: 64cm

 1500-2500

107
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER HORSE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Standing horses in lustrous brown and gold colours upon portoro marble bases
Height: 15.5c Length: 15cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

108
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE INK WELL
Circa: 1930
A small bird beside a shaped box serving as the inkwell, with glass insert, and mounted on a yellow ochre marble base, with recessed section for pens
Height: 12.5cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 14cm

 100-200

109
AN ART DECO SPELTER STAG
Circa: 1930
A calling stag in lustrous colours mounted on an iron red and grey mottled marble base
Height: 22.5cml 30cm Width: 10cm

 150-250

110
AN ART DECO SPELTER GAZELLE
Circa: 1930
A recumbent gazelle gazing over its shoulder, in lustrous colours mounted on a black marble base
Height: 19cm Length: 35cm Width: 10cm

 150-250

111
AN ART DECO SPELTER SEAGULL BY A.D. LEURY
Circa: 1930
The bronzed gull in full flight over a wave and mounted on a pink veined blush marble base; impressed signature
Height: 25cm Length: 37.5cm Width: 12cm

 200-400

112
A SPELTER PAIR OF RUSTIC BOY AND GIRL FIGURES BY A. RUCHO
Early 20th century
'Fileuse' and 'Attillio in muted cold painted tones depicting a boy with a fiddle and a girl with her staff and spinning wheel, raised on waisted bases, impressed signature and title plaques to bases
Height: 31cm

 150-250

113
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER
Circa: 1930
A stylised recumbent deer mounted on a two tone marble base
Height: 21cm Length: 35.5cm Width: 12cm

 150-250

114
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SAMOYED BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Seated dogs with splendid manes and tails, in lustrous brown colours and mounted on red veined white marble bases
Height: 15cm Length: 12cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

115
A PAIR OF ART DECO RETRIEVER BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1930
Seated dogs in lustrous colours mounted on pale grey marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 120-180

116
'VIRTUES CIVICAE ENSE ET LABORE', BY EMILE-LOUIS PICAULT (1833-1915)
In bronze and depicting a heroic male worker figure holding a sword, a branch and carrying a shield, with a wheat sheaf and a hammer at his feet, impressed signature of artist beside foot and title to base
Height: 58.5cm

 1500-2500

117
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER SQUIRREL BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Large recumbent squirrels in lustrous brown colours each with a nut between the front paws, mounted on mottled cream and ochre marble bases
Height: 11.5cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

118
A PAIR OF LOUIS PHILIPPE BRONZE AND MARBLE FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1830s, signed
Classical maidens in serpentine poses holding sconces like water urns upon their shoulders and raised on black fluted drums to truncated square bases, with coloured marble trims and cast bronze feet
Height: 49.5cm

 1200-1800

119
A BRONZE STAG FIGURE ON A MARBLE STAND AFTER LOUIS-ALBERT CARVIN
A recumbent stag upon a veined brown black marble plinth, impressed mark of L. Carvin to rear
Height: 17.5cm

 100-200

120
AN ART NOUVEAU PEWTER FIGURAL CANDLESTICK BY JULES DESBOIS (1851-1835)
Circa: 1900, with signature, Siot-Decauville foundry stamp, Paris, number A 958
An arching reclining female figure merging with leaves and issuing a tendril entwined foliate sconce; impressed marks and inscribed signature underside
Height: 10.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 1000-1200

121
THREE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE EXPORT PLATES, A PAIR PLUS ONE
Qing Dynasty, 18th century
A pair with lobed central cartouches sprigged with flowers and foliage in the Western taste, with geometric borders punctuated with six devices, and; a plate with three floral sprays to the border, centred with a fenced peony and bamboo garden scene
Diameter: 23.5cm

 250-350

122
A PAIR OF BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE OCTAGONAL PLATES
Qing Dynasty, 18th century
With central roundels of pavilions and boats in a lakeside setting between concentric rings and bordered with floral sprays and diaper patterned edges
Diameter: 22cm

 200-300

123
A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE BOWL
Modern era
Profusely decorated with scrolling foliage to the exterior and interior between patterned borders and a ruyi bordered roundel of four carp; apocryphal Qianlong seal script mark underside
Height: 13cm Diameter: 43cm

 200-400

124
A LARGE INDIAN CAST BRASS VASE
Early 20th century
With a long-banded neck surmounted by a broad flat rim, a compressed globular body and raised on a pedestal above a domed base, well decorated with formal floral friezes and bands, the body with deity figures in relief
Height: 43cm

 50-80

125
TWO JAPANESE BRONZE VASES WITH HIGH RELIEF DECORATION
Meiji period, late 19th to early 20th century
A large ovoid vase decorated with monkeys clambering over rocks upon a rough cast near black ground, and; a waisted baluster vase with reticulated and highly polished leaves and a single honeysuckle type bloom upon a similar textured ground
Heights: 34cm and 23cm

 50-100

126
A LARGE BRONZE VASE OR UMBRELLA STAND
Realistically cast as a bamboo culm, upon a timber stand
Height: 45cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 100-200

127
A WELL CARVED SHOUSHAN STONE 'BUDDHA'S HAND' ORNAMENT
In modulating amber to oatmeal colours and finely worked as a Buddha's hand citron fruit with leaves, attached to a cord
Length: 8.5cm

 200-300

128
A BOTTLE VASE AND A DEHUA TYPE FIGURE
20th century
An oriental style bottle vase in cream with sparse red and green floral decoration, and a blanc-de-chine standing figure
Height: 26.5cm and 18cm

 100-200

129
A GROUP OF SIX INDIAN MOSTLY BRASS DEITY FIGURES
Early to mid 20th century
Various cast brass deities, one in copper bronze, and an ascetic figure
Height: 11cm and smaller

 50-60

130
A PAIR OF CHINESE IMARI COVERED VASES
High shouldered vases with domed lids and finials decorated with floral designs to the body between patterned reserved borders, red tripod pot mark underside
Height: 34cm

 150-200

131
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH HOLDER
Qing Dynasty
The cylindrical pot with concentric ribs and flutes, freely decorated with prunus blossoms between borders, drilled drainage holes to the base and a pair of drill holes near the rim
Height: 15cm

 200-400

132
A GARLIC HEAD IRON RED POTTERY VASE
With a slightly flecked glaze below a light brown rim, unglazed to the base
Height: 22cm

 150-200

133
AN ANTIQUE DEHUA FIGURE OF A GUANYIN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The hand pressed model of a contemplative seated Guanyin, with finely combed and dressed hair, necklace and enveloping robes, and holding a scroll in her right hand, with applied cartouche to the interior, an early professional repair to the right hand
Height: 22.5cm

 600-1000

134
A BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH WASH
Qing Dynasty, probably Guangxu period 1875-1908
Of squat circular form with four shaped cartouches with figural narratives between four flowers, bearing four-character kaishu Kangxi mark typical of this period
Height: 6cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 200-400

135
A JADE ARCHER'S RING
Of typical form and in bright green hues and continuously etched with fine calligraphic script
Diameter: 4cm

 600-800

136
A SHOUSHAN STONE MOUNTAIN ORNAMENT
Utilising the natural shape and tonal modulations of the stone, lightly inked and relief carved with figures on a bridge and mountainous scenery to the reverse
Height: 4cm Width: 8.5cm

 200-300

137
A SMALL STONE FIGURAL GROUP
In grey and cream colours depicting two smiling figures apparently holding a lotus
Height: 6cm

 100-150

138
A CHINESE GILT COLOURED .900 SILVER JEWEL BOX
20th century
Of oval lobed form, mesh covered and decorated with gilt arabesques, symbols, studded with coral and turquoise cabochons and white jade medallions; marked silver underside
Total weight: 167gr
Height: 6.5cm Length: 8.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 100-200

139
A PAIR OF BI-COLOUR STONE SEALS
Splashed red and mottled cream coloured plinths, with domed tops and seal script to the bases
Length: 10cm

 400-600

140
A HARDWOOD BRUSH POT
In dark timber, of straight-sided cinquefoil form, a flat top with a slightly extended rim and a cushion form band to the base
Height: 14.5cm

 400-500

141
A LARGE CELADON PORCELAIN BRUSH WASH
Thickly potted of float bowl form in pale green colours
Height: 8cm Diameter: 24.5cm

 300-400

142
A CINNABAR LACQUER VASE
Late Qing Dynasty to early 20th century
A high shouldered and waisted baluster vase with a small neck, carved to the body with continuous figural vignettes within landscape and pavilion settings upon a diaper ground, arabesque foliage to the neck, collar and foot
Height: 21cm

 500-600

143
A BLUE AND WHITE TULIP VASE
19th century
Of typical bulbous garlic form with a long neck, decorated with two figural cartouches of Chinese figures upon a prunus decorated sponged blue ground, between lappets and a ruyi collar
Height: 21cm

 200-300

144
A GROUP OF CANTONESE PORCELAIN WARES
Late Qing and after, late 19th to 20th century
A rose medallion oval dish, a similar small footed dish with figural and floral cartouches with brocaded decoration, and a rose Canton straight-sided teapot with a twine wrapped wire handle
Height: 16.5cm (teapot)

 250-350

145
TWENTY-ONE PIECES OF VINTAGE JAPANESE LACQUERWARE
Showa period, 20th century
Comprising six gold and red bowls with matching plates decorated with various floral motifs and carp; a pair of black bowls with matching plates; and a pair of black brown bowls with covers
Diameter: 17cm (plate)

 100-200

146
A CHINESE SILVER SPILL VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century, possibly Shanghai, with Latin mark YL and chop mark
Of typical trumpet form with an everted rim embossed with peony flowers and foliage upon a matt ground, with domed foot and timber base, marks to foot
Silver weight: 94 (without base)
Height: 22.5cm

 300-400

147
A CHINESE SILVER RETICULATED SPILL VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early century, Shanghai, Latin and chop mark for probably Luen Wo manufactory
Of typical trumpet form with a fluted rim ornamented with bamboo foliage, the domed pedestal base with a fine network of roots; marks to foot, weighted
Total weight: 246gr
Height: 22cm

 300-400

148
A GROUP OF THREE STONE SEALS OR ORNAMENTS
A mountain type ornament with engraved and inked decoration; a small square seal with a chilong surmount, script to one face and seal script to base, and; a small signed stone mountain with a male figure framed by a pavilion window
Height: 7cm and smaller

 60-100

149
TWO GLAZED POTTERY BOWLS
One with a cobalt glaze depicting lotus and ducks, the other in ochre yellow with an internal border of conjoined vegetal forms in low relief
Height: 5cm Diameter: 12cm and smaller

 100-200

150
A CHICKEN CUP AND A PLATE
In a doucai palette, the cup with cockerel, a hen and her brood in a garden, a painted cockerel underside, and; a plate depicting five children playing in a fenced garden, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng marks underside
Diameter: 18cm (plate)

 150-250

151
TWO GLAZED VASES
A red underglazed youlihong pot vase with applied chilongs to the shoulder and depicting a dragon between borders, and; a yellow ground glazed bottle vase with applied handles and decorated with phoenix and vegetal forms in green and aubergine colours, bearing apocryphal Qianlong seal underside
Heights: 22cm and 11cm

 60-80

152
A CARVED JADE PENDANT ORNAMENT IN A LACQUERED BOX
The near rectangular pendant carved in light relief with a pair of double gourds to one face and script to the other, with attached pearl and coral type beads
Height: 5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7cm (box)

 150-300

153
TWO POTTERY BOWLS AND A CRACKLEWARE VASE
A Song style marbled bowl in brown and toffee colours, a Song type white clay pottery bowl with a pale crackled celadon glaze, and a bronze shape pottery vase with lug handles in a crackleware glaze
Height: 17.5cm (vase)

 60-80

154
A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE DISHES
Small lobed dishes decorated with two figures courting in a garden setting, a small attendant accompanying the lady and holding or tugging her dress
Diameter: 10.5cm

 100-150

155
A CHINESE POLYCHROME DECORATED PORCELAIN BOWL
Finely decorated with phoenix perched on a rock amidst flowering tree peony and prunus blossoms on a mottled cobalt ground, teal glazed to the interior, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng characters within concentric rings underside; with display stand
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 400-600

156
AN ANTIQUE 'CLAIR-DE-LUNE' VASE
Qing Dynasty
A bottle vase in a light blue glaze with a flaring rim, an unglazed foot ring and underglaze character marks; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 18.5cm

 400-600

157
AN ANTIQUE MONOCHROME VASE
Qing Dynasty, about 1800, with wooden display stand
The baluster vase with a flaring neck, finely glazed in rich mottled cobalt; concentric rings underside; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 25.5cm

 300-400

158
A SMALL HARDSTONE SEAL
A rectangular plinth inked and engraved with a lakeside scene, with tiny script to the reverse and seal script to base
Length: 7cm Width: 4cm

 250-350

159
A SIGNED BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP OF A LION SUBDUING A TIGER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A tense and animated depiction in deep smooth chocolate tones, the tiger with deep red stripes, a cartouche with characters in relief to the belly of the lion
Height: 12.5cm Width: 25cm

 150-250

160
A MONOCHROME PORCELAIN CENSER
Possibly Qing Dynasty, mid 19th century
A small moulded basin in mid blue colour with high set loop handles, archaistic and zoomorphic motifs and raised on shaped cabriole legs, with underglaze Xianfeng seal script in low relief underside; provenance: private collection, Melbourne
Height: 11.5cm

 300-500

161
A QIANLONG PERIOD MANDARIN ROSE PORCELAIN TANKARD
Qing Dynasty, mid 18th century, with wooden display stand
Straight-sided with a bifurcated handle, decorated with figures engaged in an interior narrative, and various scholarly objects, vases and rabbits, with decorative gilded borders and iron red leaves, a 1901 label to base by Ella Dawkins noting receipt of the tankard from Mr Henry Willett
Height: 11cm

 600-1000

162
A HANGING SCROLL
In watercolours and ink wash on paper, depicting a cluster of songbirds in bamboo branches, with flowers to the lower part, bearing script and seal to right margin
Length: 120cm Width: 33cm

 300-500

163
A HANGING SCROLL
Boldly decorated with two magpies against red bamboo and perched on turquoise rocks, with script and seal marks
Length: 114cm Width: 41cm

 300-500

164
A VINTAGE HAND STITCHED ORIENTAL SILK ON LINEN EMBROIDERY
Mid 20th century, stencil maker's stamp to fabric for Le Yan Tro
A large scale work on fine linen hand stitched in muted colours with red crested cranes feeding in a water garden, a small flock flying in the distance
Length: 188cm Width: 126cm

 900-1400

165
A RED AGATE BEAD BRACELET
A modern Yunan twelve bracelet, the beads of even spherical form
Diameter: 10cm

 300-400

166
TWO KOREAN VASES
Choson Dynasty, 16th-18th century
A tan glazed bottle vase with an orange peel type glaze, and; a large globular celadon vase, the pale olive-green body glazed with concentric mould lines below a slender neck; provenance: the estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea 1960s
Height: 30cm An d 15.5cm

 400-550

167
A GROUP OF FIVE KOREAN CELADON POTTERY WARES
Choson Dynasty, 16th-18th century
A vase, three bowls, and a jarlet with cover, all in pale olive-green celadon colours, provenance: the estate of Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea 1960s
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm and smaller

 600-800

168
A SMALL SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Of waisted and faceted form, decorated with sages and a dragon in muted colours and gilt between patterned borders, two shimazu crests below rim, an iron red bordered cartouche underside
Height: 13cm

 100-200

169
A BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH POT
Cylindrical and decorated in the Kangxi manner with a continuous scene of courtiers in a pavilion and landscape setting, an engraved scrolling border to the rim
Height: 17cm Diameter: 10cm

 400-600

170
A CHINESE PORCELAIN FAMILLE VERTE VASE
Late Qing Dynasty to early 20th century
Of baluster form with a waisted neck, enamel decorated with figures engaged in a narrative in a fenced garden setting between ruyi and lappet borders, a diaper collar with cartouches and a landscape to the neck, in iron red, grey, black colours upon a green ground
Height: 25.5cm

 200-300

171
A SIGNED SATSUMA DISH
Meiji period (1868-1912)
Delicately painted in colours and fine gilt work with geisha in a pavilion, a folding bamboo screen behind with women gazing through the delicately painted slats, signature in gilt underside
Diameter: 11cm

 30-50

172
WO YUE KEE, HENRY (B. 1927, CHINESE AMERICAN SCHOOL)
Fisherman beneath an autumn tree
Watercolour roundel, signed with characters and red seal upper right, provenance: purchased at the artist's solo exhibition held at the Hamilton regional Art Gallery, Victoria
Diameter: 43cm

 400-700

173
A CHINESE EXPORT TYPE FAMILLE ROSE PLATE
Probably 18th century
Enamel decorated with rockwork, prunus, peony and other blooms between a gilt patterned iron red band and a sprigged border, the lobed edges with a gilt spearhead border
Diameter: 23cm

 60-80

174
A GROUP OF THREE KOREAN POTTERY WARES
Choson Dynasty, 15th through 18th century
A punch'ong bowl in olive green glaze with inlaid white slip rings and heart shaped designs, a melon shaped crackle glazed vase with dark and light blue scrolling foliage, and; a small green glaze wine jug shaped water dropper, provenance: the estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea 1960s
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 12cm (bowl)

 500-600

175
A CLOISONNÉ CENSER
A tripod-based cauldron censer with dragon handles and domed lid with lion dog finial, with a honeycomb patterned collar, inlaid archaic and patterned borders to the body above a scroll patterned lower register
Height: 23.5cm

 200-400

176
A STONE CHILONG ORNAMENT
In beige and red colours carved to depict a curled chilong biting its tail, attached to a cord with white glass bead
Length: 5cm

 300-500

177
A HARD WOOD BRUSH POT
Organic in shape and utilising the natural and vigorous grain and inflections of the timber
Height: 13cm

 500-700

178
A YIXING TYPE TEAPOT
Of simple compressed globular shape, domed lid and a side spout, bearing apocryphal seal of Hui Mengchen underside, boxed
Height: 7.5cm

 300-500

179
AN IMARI DISH
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Typically decorated with iron red, blue, emerald and gilt colours with a central vase of peony and foliage, the border with formal reserves and shapes decorated with fences and flora
Height: 4cm Diameter: 24cm

 150-250

180
AN IMARI CHARGER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
With scalloped edging with a pomegranate and reserved border enclosing four reserves between diaper patterned bands with pairs of floral designs and landscape scenes with flowering trees, a pot of flowers to a central roundel
Height: 5cm Diameter: 39.5cm

 150-250

181
A KOREAN COCOON BARREL AND A BROWN GLAZE BOTTLE VASE
Choson Dynasty, 14th through 16th century
A brown glazed stoneware beehive shaped barrel with zig zag incised lines and a side aperture; and a globular vase with a slender neck and an everted rim; provenance: the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea 1960s
Height: 28cm and 22cm

 350-450

182
AN ANTIQUE NOVELTY SILVER PLATE AND CRYSTAL SCENT BOTTLE
19th century, with maker's mark of T K Austin & Co, Dublin
Delightfully modelled as a hanging lantern or a sentry box with a screw off shingle roof, with a faux door and engraved with maker's mark to the lower register
Height: 9cm

 2500-3500

183
A SILVER TOPPED PALE BLUE CUT CRYSTAL SCENT BOTTLE
1896 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably Miller Bros.
Bottle shaped with diamond cuts and fans, facet cuts to the neck, and a screw off embossed foliate top with a vacant cartouche, hallmarked to the collar
Height: 16cm

 400-600

184
A SILVER TOPPED PALE PINK CUT CRYSTAL SCENT BOTTLE
1897 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Charles May
Bottle shaped with diamond cuts and fans, facet cuts to the neck, and a screw off embossed foliate top with a vacant cartouche, hallmarked to the collar
Height: 14cm

 300-500

185
A GREEN GLASS AND STERLING SILVER OVERLAID SCENT BOTTLE
1902 Birmingham, with maker's mark for G. E Walton & Co Ltd
Cylindrical with a hinged flat-topped lid, bright cut foliage decoration to the lid and base, centred with a reticulated lattice knot design, thrice hallmarked
Height: 5cm

 300-500

186
A STERLING SILVER AND RUBY GLASS SCENT AND VINAIGRETTE BOTTLE
Circa: 1870s, probably German
Cylindrical with finely engraved and bright cut mounts, a hinged cap with ornate screw on grille to one end, a globular hinged cap above a chevron fringed collar to the other, with chain and suspensory ring
Length: 7.5cm

 400-600

187
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER LIPSTICK SHAPED SCENT BOTTLE
1883 Birmingham, with maker's mark for F.J.? (possibly Frederick James Ross?)
Delicately bright cut and prick worked with foliage and arabesques upon a matt ground, with hinged lid and original stopper, hallmarked to base
Height: 5cm

 300-500

188
A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT GREEN GLASS DOUBLE-ENDED SCENT BOTTLE
Second half 19th century
The faceted bottle for use with scent and smelling salts, with foliate engraved turban type lids, one of mechanical hinged form with a glass lined interior, the other screw top lid with cork; unmarked to mounts
Length: 13.5cm

 300-400

189
A RARE FRENCH CUT CRYSTAL AND GOLD MOUNTED SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1880
The high shouldered clear rectangular bottle with formal floral embellishments to the body, with a plain mount and pommel type hinged cap, marked 18ct to the mount
Height: 10cm

 800-1400

190
A CASED VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1884 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Daniel & Lionel Spiers
Tear drop shaped with a screw cushion top lid, finely repoussé and chased with foliage and a bird, bee and wasp on a matt ground, twice hall marked to collar and with a vacant cartouche; original lined hard case of issue
Silver weight: 39gr
Length: 10cm

 800-1000

191
A FINE ANTIQUE GOLD OVERLAY SCENT BOTTLE
19th century
Of cushion pear shape with a flat turban lid, decorated throughout with a refined lattice overlay, the original gold stopper marked 18 carat
Length: 11cm

 4600-5600

192
A LATE VICTORIAN HEART SHAPED CUT CRYSTAL AND STERLING SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1899 London, with maker's mark for Robert Pringle & Sons
The lay down hob nail cut bottle of generous proportions with a screw top repoussé and chased foliate lid with vacant cartouche; hallmarked to collar
Length: 14.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 500-600

193
A SMALL GUILLOCHE ENAMEL AND SILVER PILL BOX
1909 Chester, with maker's mark for S. Blanckensee & Son
An oval box with a low domed lid, finely guilloche decorated in turquoise enclosed by a white enamel border dotted with tiny stars; hallmarks underside
Silver weight: 20gr
Length: 4.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 100-200

194
A MID VICTORIAN SILVER GILT CRACKLE GLASS SCENT BOTTLE
1849 London, with maker's mark, TD
The cushion form baluster bottle in clear crackle glass with silver gilt Rococo style cagework, vegetal engraving to the press button hinged mount and cap and surmounted by a rock crystal cabochon dome; hallmarked to the lid
Height: 10cm

 2000-3000

195
A FINE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GILT WATCH TYPE VINAIGRETTE
1823 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Joseph Willmore
Superbly cast with central bouquets upon a lightly textured ground and scrolling vegetal borders, with suspensory ring, the gilt interior with an arabesque grille, hallmarked to the rim and base
Length: 4.5cm

 1000-2000

196
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1804 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Cocks and Bettridge
Of plain cushion form with canted edges, the gilt interior with a snowflake pricked grille, hallmarked to the lid and base
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 500-700

197
A LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1833 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Bettridge
Engine turned with a vacant cartouche and a cast thumb piece, the gilt interior with a floral grille, hallmarked to the lid and base
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 500-600

198
A GEORGIAN GILT WASHED STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1810 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Shaw
Engraved with the wording 'Cage d' Amour' between leafy bands, floral reserves to the underside, the gilt interior with a floral grille, hallmarked to the lid and base
Length: 4cm Width: 2.5cm

 500-800

199
A LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1831 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably Thomas Shaw
The cushion form rectangular box with bright cut engraving surrounding a vacant shield cartouche, the gilt interior with an arabesque style hinged grill, hallmarked to lid and base
Length: 3cm Width: 2.5cm

 500-800

200
A LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1830 Birmingham, with maker's mark for WS
Engraved with a heavy cast edge and threaded to the sides, the gilt interior with a floral grille, hallmarked to the lid and base
Length: 4cm Width: 3cm

 500-900

201
A REGENCY CAST GILT VINAIGRETTE
1814 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Samuel Pemberton
Rectangular with grape vine borders and centred with the wording 'L'Amitie' upon a textured ground, the gilt interior with a floral grille, hallmarked to lid and base
Length: 4cm Width: 3cm

 1000-2000

202
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1853 Birmingham, with maker's mark for David Pettifer
Of shaped rectangular form engraved with arabesques around a vacant cartouche, the gilt interior with a floral grille, hallmarked to the lid and base
Length: 3.5cm Width: 2.5cm

 500-800

203
A RARE GEORGIAN OCTAGONAL STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1800 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Samuel Pemberton
With delicate bright cut decoration to the lid surrounding a vacant navette shaped cartouche, the gilt interior with a pricked hinged grille, hallmarked to lid and base
Length: 2cm Width: 2cm

 500-800

204
A FINE CONTINENTAL GOLD MOUNTED PICTORIAL ENAMEL SNUFF BOX
19th century, French with hallmark, x-ray tested for 18 carat gold
The oval box with finely cast multiple floral borders, a cushion form Italian scene to the lid, the sides and base in deep amethyst glass
Height: 2.5cm Length: 6cm Width: 4.5cm

 3800-4200

205
A FINE FRENCH 18 CARAT GOLD SNUFF BOX
Circa: 1790, rubbed marks to lid and base
The Neoclassical style oval box in tri-coloured gold centred with an urn and trophies enclosed by a laurel bordered cartouche, with vegetal scrolling borders and engine turned crescents and side panels with dot and petite star embellishments
Gold weight: 86gr Length: 7cm Width: 5cm

 8000-12000

206
A FINE GEORGIAN SILVER GILT DOUBLE SNUFF BOX
1822 London, with maker's mark of premier snuff box maker, John Linnut
A refined, elegant engine turned box hinged to the centre with opposite opening compartments; hallmarked to the base and to both lids
Length: 7.5cm Width: 4cm

 4000-6000

207
A FINE EARLY VICTORIAN CAST TOP STERLING SILVER TABLE SNUFF BOX
1838 London, with maker's mark for Edward Edwards II
Delightfully cast with hounds on the hunt bounding through undergrowth and around oak trees, engine turned to the body with a cast scroll and shell thumb piece; crisply hallmarked, twice, to the gilt interior
Total weight: 164gr
Height: 3cm Length: 8.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 3000-5000

208
A FINE GOLD BOX
20th century, marked 18 K with maker's mark MP to oval cartouche
A shallow box in matt gold finely engraved with a winged dragon and acanthus arabesques to the lid, feathered borders to the sides and a wide decorative band to the base, with slender lozenge shaped thumb piece
Gold weight: 78gr
Length: 7.5cm Width: 5.5cm

 2000-3000

209
A TORTOISESHELL AND PIQUE AIDE-DE-MEMOIRE CIGARETTE CASE
19th century, probably French
Daintily decorated with floral arabesques, pendant flora and two tiny moths in silver and gold, an initialled shield surmounted by a fancy bird to one corner, the interior with hinged ivory page and an attached slender engine turned .800 silver pencil
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7cm

 250-350

210
AN ELKINGTON SILVER PLATE PLAQUE BY LEONARD MOREL-LADEUIL
Late 19th century, with registration number 79181
In the Art Nouveau style and depicting the Biblical allegory of the trial of Job, finely cast in relief within an arabesque and fantastic creature border on a lightly textured fish scale ground, registration number and sculptor's signature to lower cavetto
Diameter: 36.5cm

 300-500

211
A LARGE WMF GLASS AND SILVER-PLATED PUNCH DECANTER
1910-1914, ostrich trademark for Württembergische Metallwaren Fabrik
The tapering jug with a waterfall arrangement of flute cuts and scroll motifs, with a thread edged collar and flat lid, the bracket handle with reticulated feature, thumb spur and elegant hinged mechanism, an internal removable ice cooler and frame; trademark of period to lid
Height: 35cm

 300-400

212
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER MOUNTED DECANTERS
1900 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
Elongated bell-shaped decanters or jugs with applied handles, both with a triple spiral rib and an applied green thread décor, with matching pointed stoppers, plain collars and roll over edged spouts; hallmarked to collar; one as found
Height: 33.5cm

 150-300

213
A CASED THIRTY SEVEN PIECE SILVER PLATED CUTLERY SERVICE BY CHRISTOFLE
First issued 1933, Atlas pattern
A twelve place setting comprising: table spoons, main forks and tea spoons, and a large ladle, in the original case of issue; Atlas pattern was used in 1935 as the First Class service on board 'SS Normandie'
Length: 20.5cm (fork)

 200-300

214
A GROUP OF TEN MIXED GEORGIAN TABLE SPOONS
18th century, various dates and makers
In Old English pattern and decorated with various bright cut and feathered edge patterns, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 607gr
Length: 22cm and smaller

 500-700

215
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER HANDLED MEAT FORK
Post 1908 Kiev, with kokoshnik 84 standard and obscured city mark
The tapering handle with bright cut arabesques and flora on a matt ground, with a gilt banded vacant cartouche and stepped terminal, marks to throat, with steel two tine fork; in an Imperial Russian hard case box
Total Weight: 121gr Length: 27.5cm

 200-300

216
A PAIR OF GERMAN .800 SILVER DISHES WITH DECORATIVE GLASS BOWLS
Post 1886 mark, with maker's mark for Wilhelm Binder
Ornately decorated with rocaille shells, cabochon medallions and flora, having twin cast handles and raised on scrolling feet, the glass inserts with fan cut rims, etched decoration and star burst bases
Silver weight: 438gr
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 22.5cm

 600-1000

217
AN EDWARDIAN THREE PIECE STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SET
1902 London, with maker's marks for Edward Barnard & Sons
Of compressed rectangular form with gadroon and shell edges in the George III style, the teapot with an ebony handle and finial, all raised on paw feet with shell mounts; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 479gr
Height: 11cm Width: 19.5cm (teapot)

 300-450

218
A STERLING SILVER SIFTER SPOON AND A SILVER AND GLASS INK WELL
1926 Birmingham, with maker's mark for F.H Adams & Co (ink well), and
1957 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Viner's Ltd (strainer)
A pyramid shaped clear glass well with a flat-topped hinged lid, and a strainer with a floral pierced terminal; hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 46 gr (strainer only)
Length: 15cm (spoon) Height: 5cm (inkwell)

 50-100

219
AN ELEGANT STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAME
1927 Birmingham, with rubbed maker's mark
A simple square section frame engraved throughout with a fine wavy line motif; hallmarked to one long side
Height: 25.5cm Width: 15.5cm

 200-300

220
A DUTCH .833 SILVER AND CRYSTAL SALT CELLAR
19th century, with standard, Minerva head with rubbed city mark and maker's mark, possibly Z over U, no date letter
A rectangular beaded frame and base with scrolling anthemion mounts to the corners and ball feet, with a heavy cut crystal bowl with strawberry diamond cuts and a fan shaped scalloped rim
Silver Weight: 66gr Height: 7cm Length: 8.5cm Width: 5.5cm

 100-200

221
A DUTCH SILVER MILK JUG
19th century, with non-payment of duty stamp, stamp of Hokke, letters U, O and other
A pear-shaped pedestal jug with four vertical channels and a timber handle with thumb spur, hallmarks to base
Total weight: 191 gr
Height: 14.5cm

 100-200

222
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE
1901 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Elkington & Co
The George III style service of rectangular waisted form with gadroon type flutes and ribs to the lower register and edges, the teapot with an ebonised handle and finial to the shaped and domed lid; hallmarked to bodies
Total weight: 1118gr
Height: 14.5cm Width: 28cm (teapot)

 650-1000

223
A MIXED FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER VANITY SET
Early 20th century Birmingham, various makers
Comprising two clothes' brushes, a cut crystal jar and a rectangular cut crystal pot, each item decoratively embossed
Length: 19.5cm (brush)

 50-100

224
A STERLING SILVER FRUIT KNIFE AND FORK SET
1919 Sheffield, with maker's mark for R.F Mosley & Co
A set of six with hollow handles decorated to the terminals and throats with webbed motifs; hallmarked to the upper handles
Total weight: 331gr
Lengths: 18.5cm and 16cm

 100-200

225
AN EDWARD VII STERLING SILVER MOUNTED GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE
1904 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
The cylindrical hand cut diamond pattern body with a hinged cover decorated in embossed scrolling foliage and centred with vacant cartouche, original glass stopper, hallmarked to the collar and lid
Height: 10cm

 200-300

226
A FINE CHRISTMAS THEMED STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG
1873 London with maker's mark for Martin Hall
With a scalloped matt collar engraved with a holly border, a bead decorated and scroll bracket handle, a Bacchanalian mask and inebriated putti to the cast spout, the tapering body etched throughout with holly foliage, a star burst to the base, hallmarked to the collar and lid
Height: 25cm

 7000-8000

227
A FOUR PIECE GERMAN .800 SILVER BRUSH AND MIRROR VANITY SET
Early 20th century, crown and crescent mark, marker's mark for Heinrich Mohr of Pforzheim
Comprising a hand mirror, hair brush and two clothes' brushes, of plain form with elegant bead and foliate borders, cartouches with monograms; hallmarked to some
Length: 27cm (mirror)

 100-200

228
A CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER HANDLED FRUIT KNIVES
1933 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Thomas Bradbury & Sons
Art Deco plain knives of faceted swollen profile with stainless steel blades; hallmarked to handles and housed in the Hamilton & Inches of Edinburgh hard case of issue
Total weight: 162gr
Length: 18cm

 100-200

229
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT
1927 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Adie Bros
In the George III style, the heavy gauge boat with applied scalloped edging, a flying handle with acanthus thumb spur and hoof feet with stepped mounts; hallmarked to upper body and with 25th anniversary inscription
Silver weight: 327gr
Height: 12.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 200-350

230
A FINE IRISH STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1791 Dublin, with rubbed maker's mark, ?.D, possibly John Dalrymple
Of compressed and waisted form with a rollover rim and thread edge bracket handle, an engraved and bright cut floral and arabesque border to the mid section between concentric bright cut and chevron bands, gilt washed to the interior, hallmarked below rim
Silver weight: 192gr
Height: 11cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

231
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER COMPORT
Early 20th century, with factory mark and character for Zeewo
In the Western manner, the comport of octagonal form with shaped pierced facets and raised on a faceted stem to a stepped base, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 197gr
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 14cm

 250-350

232
A LARGE RETICULATED CONTINENTAL SILVER CENTREPIECE
Post 1886 Germany, marked .800
Highly ornate and goblet shaped with eight alternating panels of figures and vases of flowers raised on an octagonal lattice work stem above an ornate base, hallmarked to foot; blue glass liner as found
Silver weight: 1323gr
Height: 34.5cm

 500-800

233
A SUPERB PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL COMPORTS
1879 London, with maker's mark for Alexander Crichton
Finely cast borders of arabesque and floral forms punctuated with mascarons, owls, and fantastic dragon snakes, the knopped pedestals each with four pointy eared goblins, crisply hallmarked underside; Crichton's craft was apparently much influenced by the writings of Lewis Carroll
Silver weight: 1727gr Height: 14cm Diameter: 23cm

 6000-10000

234
A FINE LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER WATER JUG ON HEATER STAND
1831 London, with maker's mark for J C Eddington
The long necked footed jug with a compressed body, finely cast throughout with trailing trumpet flowers with leaves and berries, a floral finial, ivory insulators, and raised on a pierced tripod stand; hallmarked to all components
Silver weight: 1938gr Height: 34.5cm

 5000-7000

235
A FINE TWO HANDLED STERLING SILVER URN FORM PRESENTATION CUP
1833 London, with maker's mark for Joseph Angell I & John Angell I
A lobed lid with a flower encrusted finial and cast grapevine edges, acanthus mounted and fluted handles, the lower body profusely embossed and chased with flora, with a contemporary dedication to John Collier Vaudrey, Esq, for his "zealous and efficient services"; hallmarked to lid and body, with timber stand
Silver weight: 1870 gr Height: 32cm

 5500-7500

236
A LARGE GEORGE III SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER SOUP LADLE
1824 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for Andrew Wilkie
The King's pattern ladle, single struck and hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 220gr
Length: 33cm

 200-300

237
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1794 London, with maker's mark for George Smith III & William Fearn
A thread edged Old English spoon with engraved initials to the terminal and hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 107gr
Length: 30cm

 200-400

238
A FIVE PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1897, 1913 Sheffield, 1910, 1929 Birmingham, various makers including Martin Hall & Co, Hardy Bros., Alexander Clark & Co., T.M
All pieces of Neoclassical boat shape with gadroons to the lower registers and bracket handles, comprising pedestal coffee and hot water pots, a teapot, covered sugar basin and hinged creamer; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 2015gr Height: 25.5cm and smaller

 1400-2000

239
A FINE PAIR OF GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER 'POPPY' CANDELABRA
1933-1944 mark, pattern 324, designed by Jensen about 1919
The pair each with poppy seed capsule knops issuing twin curvaceous arms with dishes, poppy bowls and sconces, further embellished with leaf and berry clusters, raised on circular bases; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 2285gr
Height: 22.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 19000-22000

240
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SAUCE LADLE
1784 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Adams I
The ladle in Old English pattern hallmarked underside to terminal
Silver weight: 38gr
Length: 17.5cm

 70-120

241
A EUROPEAN .900 SILVER GLASS LINED TAZZA
Post 1937 Hungary, eagle head mark, triangular mark of Anton Heinrich Zipper
An elegant oval tazza above a ribbed waist and conforming foot, with a serpentine beaded rim, reticulated arabesque border, four triple rib motifs to the body and bracket handles, the gilt washed interior fitted with a clear glass fluted liner; hallmarked to the foot
Silver weight: 479gr Height: 12.5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 250-450

242
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER KETTLE
1818 London, with maker's marks for William Bateman I
Of bulbous boat shape with a ribbed collar, gadroons to the rims, a stepped dome lid with finial, the 'seven' shaped handle of square section with ivory insulators, raised on a pedestal base with ball feet, a later inscription to the body; hallmarked to mid body and lid interior
Total weight: 942gr Height: 23.5cm Width: 31cm

 700-1100

243
AN EXCEPTIONAL CASED VICTORIAN AESTHETIC THREE PIECE GILT TEA SERVICE
1880 London, with mark for Joseph, Albert, Horace & Ethelbert Savory
A special commission, the floral decorated set of compressed oriental form, with a butterfly spout and floral finial to the teapot and sharply angled handles to all, hallmarked underside; provenance: House of Garrard, London, 1978
Silver weight: 332gr Height: 5.5cm Width: 14.5cm and smaller

 12000-16000

244
A MAGNIFICENT VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CENTREPIECE JARDINIÈRE
1900 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Mappin & Webb
Of compressed oval form, profusely repoussé and chased with peony poppies and acanthus scrolls, with flying scroll vegetal handles and raised on four pierced foliate and scroll feet, with a removal wirework frog; hallmarked to the waisted neck
Silver weight: 2175 gr (without wire frog)
Height: 18cm Length: 43cm Width: 28cm

 4800-6500

245
THIRTY TWO PIECES OF GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
19th century, mostly London, some Sheffield knives, various dates and makers
The King's pattern cutlery comprising: eight main knives and forks, eight table spoons and eight dessert spoons, all hallmarked
Total weight: 2965gr
Length: 25cm (knife)

 1500-2500

246
A FINE NEOCLASSICAL GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN WITH ARMORIAL FOR THE DOWIE FAMILY
1797 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for Graham & McLean
Boat shaped with threaded rims and a swing handle, gadroons to the lower register above an oval pedestal foot, engraved with a dove volant bearing an olive branch in its beak and the motto, 'I wait my time'; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 289gr
Height: 13cm Length: 15cm Width: 10cm

 300-400

247
A NOVELTY STERLING SILVER 'LIGHTHOUSE' TABLE LIGHTER
1931 Birmingham, with partial maker's mark, S & ?
Shaped as a brick tower, the hinged beacon opening to reveal the wick, the flag to the side serving as the lighting mechanism, the base with provision for a vintage type battery; hallmarked to side of base
Total weight: 327gr
Height: 17cm

 300-500

248
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1789 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman
Of oil can shape with a timber finial and handle with thumb spur, finely bright cut with delicate borders, a festooned shield cartouche with armorial including a marquis coronet and flanked by formal floral motifs, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 597 gr
Height: 17cm Width: 29.5cm

 3800-4200

249
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SPIRIT KETTLE
Circa: 1907 London, with maker's marks for Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co.
Of rectangular and waisted form in the Georgian manner with gadroons to the lower register, applied ornate rims, a hinged lid with ebony finial and an arching ebony handle, raised on a similarly decorated stand with reeded legs and paw feet, with burner; rubbed marks to kettle, partial marks to stand
Total weight: 1052gr Height: 27.5cm Width: 25cm

 800-1400

250
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TUREENS WITH ARMORIALS
1797 London, with maker's marks for Paul Storr
Neoclassical pedestal tureens with thread and twig ring handles, threaded edges and sweeping reeded handles above conforming stepped oval bases, engraved with Coats of Arms and armorial of Abercromby, a bee with motto 'Vive ut Vivas' - live life to the fullest; hallmarked to foot
Silver weight: 1259 gr Height: 15.5cm Length: 23cm Width: 11cm

 11000-14000

251
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1767 London, with maker's marks for Ebenezer Coker
Gothic inspired with clustered columns raised on gadrooned and weighted square bases, with knot form capitals in low relief, acanthus embellished sconces and removable quatrefoil drip pans engraved with armorial crests; hallmarked to bases and pans; a similar pair of the same date is housed in the V&A collection, London
Total Weight: 1999gr Height: 31.5cm

 2600-4000

252
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1794 London, without maker's mark
Baluster shaped with a shaped rim, tripod hoof feet and a double scroll handle with foliate thumb spur, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 87gr
Height: 10cm

 140-180

253
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUTLERY RESTS AND A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SUGAR TONGS
1883 London, with maker's marks for Pairpoint Brothers (rests), a pair of bar bell rests, and; 1803 London, with maker's marks RT, a pair of Fiddle pattern tongs; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 120gr
Length: 15cm

 50-80

254
A CASED SET OF SIX ART DECO STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
1929 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Mappin & Webb
Elegant and plain, with slender strap handles and stepped rectangular profile terminals; hallmarked to the stems and housed in the Mappin & Webb lined hard case of issue
Silver weight: 60gr
Length: 11cm

 60-100

255
A VICTORIAN STERLING MUSTARD SPOON AND FIVE ART DECO STERLING SILVER DEMI-TASSE SPOONS
1876 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Smily, a bright cut crested mustard spoon, and; 1932 & 1935 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Asprey & Co., five demi-tasse spoons in two designs, hallmarked to stems of all
Silver weight: 47gr
Lengths: 9.5cm and 7cm

 30-50

256
A STERLING SILVER VEGETABLE TUREEN
1932 London, with maker's marks for Catchpole & Williams Ltd
Rectangular with a domed lid and fixed scroll handle, with smart narrow rib trims and edges; hallmarked to lid and base
Silver weight: 1383gr
Height: 13.5cm Length: 27cm Width: 20cm

 1000-1800

257
A FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLED BASKET
1860 London, with maker's mark for Edward & John Barnard
Of lobed octagonal form with everted petals upon a pedestal base, engraved with formal scrolls, shells and flora and having applied scroll edges, and a cast, pierced swing handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 855gr
Height: 10cm Diameter: 30cm

 1000-1200

258
A LARGE CONTINENTAL SILVER COVERED CUP
Post 1886 Germany, marked .800 and with partial maker's trademark
Of gently conical form above a bulbous lower register and a spreading foot, decorated in the Rococo manner with chased and applied decoration including trophies and cavorting cupids, gilt washed to the interior
Silver weight: 959gr
Height: 34cm

 400-600

259
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL COFFEE POT
1792 London, with maker's mark for Peter and Anne Bateman
The vase shaped body raised on a circular foot with engraved bright cut bands, cartouche and crest in the Neoclassical manner with a rising loop spout, a wooden handle, and an urn shaped finial, crisply hallmarked underside and to cover
Total weight: 617gr
Height: 25.5cm

 900-1300

260
A STERLING SILVER SALVER PRESENTED TO EDWARD STACE SYMONDS ESQ. C.M.G, UNDER-TREASURER OF VICTORIA FROM 1857-1887
1885 London, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
A shaped bead edge and bright cut salver raised on ball and claw feet, with inscription to Symonds upon his retirement from officers of the Treasury; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1311gr Height: 4cm Diameter: 37cm

 600-800

261
A GEORGE III SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER LADLE
1808 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for Alexander Edmonstoun III
In Old English pattern with a shallow circular bowl, hallmarked underside to terminal
Silver weight: 192gr
Length: 34cm

 300-500

262
EIGHTEEN MATCHING PIECES OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
1849 Exeter, with maker's marks for Robert, James & Josiah Williams
A six piece setting comprising large and smaller forks with dessert spoons, in Queens pattern with decorative throats and impressive oyster backs; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1483gr
Length: 21cm and smaller

 1000-2000

263
A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CAULDRON SALTS
Second quarter to mid 18th century, with maker's mark for John Edwards II
Heavy gauge generous salts with gadrooned rims above tripod legs with hoof feet and stepped mounts, rubbed hallmarks underside; provenance: purchased from Catanach's Antiques Melbourne
Silver weight: 228 gr
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 7.5cm

 100-200

264
A THREE-PIECE STERLING SILVER BACHELOR TEA SERVICE
1900 Birmingham, with marks for William Henry Leather, creamer and sugar basin; 1910 London, with marks for William Hutton & Sons, teapot
Of Neoclassical boat shape with gadroons to the lower register, threaded bracket handles to the basin and creamer, a conforming ebonised handle and bakelite finial to the teapot; hallmarked to upper bodies of each
Total weight: 394gr Height: 12cm Width: 21cm (teapot) and smaller

 200-300

265
AN AUSTRIAN SILVER COMPACT, AND TWO .800 SILVER CIGARETTE CASES
First half 20th century, compact post 1925
An Austrian mirror and compact engraved with radiating lines and foliage, with hoopoe bird stamp; a square cigarette case engraved with acanthus arabesques, marked .800, and; an Italian cigarette case with a table top pyramid pattern; marked .800 with 'fascio' mark
Total weight: 395gr Length: 13cm Width: 8.5cm and smaller

 100-200

266
A GEORGE I BRITANNIA SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN
1722, with Britannia standard, lion's head erased, mark for William Fleming
Of slightly conical form with a flaring lip and flat base, threaded edges to the foot rim and having a turned ebony handle with silver mount, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 110gr
Height: 5.5cm Width: 20cm

 1000-1400

267
A RARE GEORGE III STERLING SILVER WINE FUNNEL AND MATCHING STAND
1804 London, with maker's mark for William Allen III
Of elegant form with thread edges and a slender lobed spout, with a gadroon edged strainer insert and matching stand; crested to all components; hallmarked to funnel and stand
Silver weight: 259 gr Diameter: 11cm (stand) Height: 16.5cm (funnel)

 2800-3800

268
A MEXICAN SILVER TRAY
Post 1948 stylised eagle stamp only
An oval tray with a dimpled rim with applied scroll edging and twin cast handles, stamp to rim underside
Silver weight: 1898gr
Length: 68cm Width: 38cm

 500-800

269
A COLLECTION OF THIRTEEN INDIAN SILVER FILIGREE ITEMS
Early 20th century
Comprising four dishes, two menu holders, a letter rack and set of six salt cellars and condiment pots with wooden or nut shell inserts, the larger dish set with two 'one fanam' coins
Silver weight: 536gr
Length: 18.5cm Width: 13cm (heart dish)

 100-150

270
FIVE VARIOUS STERLING AND CONTINENTAL SILVER WARES
Late 19th century Austro-Hungarian, 1893 Sheffield, 1898, 1925 Birmingham, other early 20th century English
A reticulated floral dish, a gadrooned bowl, a covered spiral flute circular box, a hinged boat shaped sugar basin with a shaped ribbed and fluted border, a twin handled tea strainer with footed stand
Silver weight: 567gr Height: 6cm Diameter: 21cm (comport) and smaller

 250-350

271
A SMALL VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BOWL
1892 London, with maker's mark for John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater
Heavy gauge and of lobed and shaped form, repoussé and chased with scrolls, masks and fruit decorations upon a lightly hammered ground, punctuated by four cast pierced handle mounts serving as petite feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 136gr
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 11cm

 150-250

272
EIGHT ASSORTED INDIAN SILVER CONDIMENT POTS AND BOXES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Comprising a pair of salts, two pillar salts, two mustard pots and a small elongated box, all with scenes of village life and wildlife scenes in the Calcutta manner, and a Madras style heart shaped box with deity figures; some items marked FPB
Silver weight: 415gr
Height: 3cm Width: 12.5cm Depth: 4cm

 50-100

273
A CHINESE SILVER SPILL OR POSY VASE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century, character marks only
The slightly swollen body with crimped trumpet neck and rim, three long buttress style dragons the heads serving as feet, another dragon to the rim, finely decorated throughout with vegetal motifs in relief to three shaped reserves on a matted ground, similarly decorated to the neck; marks underside
Silver weight: 219 Graduated Height: 18.5cm

 800-1200

274
A MIXED GROUP OF SIX INDIAN COLONIAL SILVER WARES: TWO COVERED POTS, TWO DISHES, AN ALCOHOL MEASURE AND A SMALL TRAY
19th to early 20th century
Four Madras style wares with figures in cartouches and lobed reserves, a bowl and a covered pot with scenes of animals and village life in the Calcutta manner
Silver weight: 441gr
Length: 15cm Width: 11.5cm (dish)

 100-150

275
A FINE INDIAN SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE, AND A TRAY
Circa: 1890, typically unmarked
In the Madras style, the teapot, sugar bowl and creamer with panels of figures in relief against a textured ground, all elements with finely crafted elephant handles, the teapot also with an elephant spout and a monkey god finial, the creamer with a bird head spout, together with a small tray with foliate designs
Silver weight: 1320gr Height: 16cm (tea Pot) Length: 22.5cm Width: 19cm (tray)

 200-400

276
A SMALL ETLING OPALESCENT GLASS DISH
Circa: 1930, marked Etling France 100 in relief
The press moulded bowl with a swirling arrangement of slender leaves and groups of dried poppy heads
Height: 4cm Diameter: 17cm

 100-120

277
A SMALL ART DECO OPALESCENT BIRD VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1938
A square section fan shaped vase with moulded pairs of birds to both faces, unmarked
Height: 11cm Width: 174cm Depth: 7.5cm

 280-350

278
A FRENCH ART DECO GLASS VASE BY SIMONET FRÈRES
Circa: 1930, moulded signature, Editions Simonet Frères
A polygonal ovoid vase in a deep cognac colour moulded throughout with a geometric motif of hexagonal forms centred with conical impressions, relief signature underside
Height: 19cm

 250-350

279
AN ART DECO BLUE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
A barrel shaped frosted vase with stylised flowers and navette shapes on a textured ground; unmarked
Height: 28cm

 100-200

280
THREE SETS OF VINTAGE COLOURED GLASSWARE, TWENTY-THREE PIECES
Comprising eleven martini glasses, six in iridescent blue and five in iridescent pink, six small ruby glass goblets on clear pedestals, and six ruby glass cocktail or dessert dishes with clear bases with bead details
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-200

281
AN ART DECO STYLE EMERALD GREEN GLASS VASE
The tapering vase with a cup shaped rim with a moulded floral design to the lower body, in mottled emerald colours, numbered '1' in relief underside
Height: 14cm

 50-80

282
A SLOVENIAN MID CENTURY GLASS VASE
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tapering vase with etched flowers and foliage upon a gilt trellis ground between gilt bands; marked Slovenia and one other mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 60-80

283
AN ART DECO GLASS VASE WITH GILT BANDS
Circa: 1930s-40s
The vase with an everted rim having a pronounced large bead border, a series of graduated horizontal gilt bands to the base with eight demi-lune feet
Height: 19cm

 60-80

284
A FRENCH VERLUX MOULDED GLASS PLATTER
Circa: 1930s
The large platter with pairs of pheasants to the broad rim, Verlux France in relief underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 35cm

 80-120

285
A VERLYS STYLE ART DECO BROWN SMOKE GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
A shallow bowl with a fold over lobed edge and a radiating pointed petal design, raised on a stepped chromed metal base
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 34.5cm

 80-120

286
AN ART DECO AMBER GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
The golden amber dish continuously decorated with flowers and hail spots in relief upon an unusual stem comprised of three metal capped cylinders to a ribbed circular metalware base, signed, apparently AM, in relief to glass
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32cm

 100-120

287
A VICTORIAN MARY GREGORY VASE
Late 19th century
Of slender barrel form with an internal rib décor, well decorated in white enamel with a young boy with his hoop and stick in a woodland setting, gold bands to the rim and waisted foot, applied glass shell borders to the sides
Height: 22.5cm

 100-200

288
AN ART DECO OPALESCENT GLASS VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase with twin faceted 'C' scroll handles, decorated with flowers in relief to the body; Verlys France mark in relief to interior base
Height: 20cm

 400-500

289
THREE DECORATIVE GLASS BOWLS
Mid 20th century, Stuart and other
A bowl on a pressed base etched with grapevine designs; a comport shaped as a diamond cut float bowl above a star shaped base, and; a Stuart crystal crown shaped bowl with lens cut swags and star forms, star cut to the base; stencil mark underside to one
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 24.5cm (footed bowl)

 100-200

290
A LARGE VERLYS OPALESCENT GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase moulded with six pineapples issuing foliage, arching forms to the lower body, marked Verlys France in relief
Height: 25cm

 400-500

291
A GEORGIAN GLASS SERVING DISH
Early 19th century
The hand cut oval bowl with four fan shapes and diamond point reserves, a serrated rim and starburst base
Height: 7cm Length: 32cm Width: 23cm

 150-250

292
A PART SET OF VINTAGE DAUM GLASS KNIFE RESTS
Mid 20th century
The cased set of eleven rests, moulded as free form rectangles with rough hewn bark style recessions to the base, etched mark of Daum to ends
Length: 9cm

 50-80

293
A BOHEMIAN ENAMEL DECORATED RUBY GLASS VASE
Late 19th century
Of slender urn form with a trumpet neck and pedestal foot, gilt floral and arabesque decoration throughout and a single raised medallion enamel decorated with a bouquet of red and white roses
Height: 28.5cm

 100-150

294
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN ENAMEL DECORATED BRISTOL BLUE EWER VASES
19th century
Baluster footed vases with tricorn frilled rims and applied clear glass handles, decorated with gilded bands to the neck and collar with trailing flora in plum, green, blue and white colours
Height: 25cm

 80-120

295
A STAFFORDSHIRE FLATBACK FIGURAL SPILL VASE
Mid 19th century
A Scotsman with a bird upon his head seated beside a tree trunk spill vase and a beehive
Height: 21cm

 50-100

296
A PAIR OF W & R CARLTON WARE 'MIKADO' CANDLESTICKS
1924-1927 period, pattern 2881, design attributed to Enoch Bolton
Shaped pillar sticks with cup shaped sconces and wells, decorated with oriental figures, pavilions and landscapes in enamel colours upon a matt black ground with terracotta borders, black backstamp, painted pattern underside
Height: 18cm

 220-300

297
TWO VASES AND A TABLE CIGARETTE LIGHTER BY ROSENTHAL
1970-80s
A cylindrical Studio Linie vase and a matching marquise shaped smaller vase both decorated in Water lily design by Alain Le Foll, and; a mottled gold oval lighter with a whimsical figural design by Bjorn Wiinblad; green backstamps underside
Heights: 28cm, 17.5cm and 9.5cm

 100-200

298
A CARLTON WARE PEDESTAL CUP
Early/mid 20th century, backstamp of 1925-1970 period
Probably Mikado pattern, a variation of 2364, decorated externally with a pagoda, pavilion and trees in enamel colours on a mottled blue ground, with lace like gilded rims and gilt washed to the interior, backstamp underside
Height: 9cm

 50-80

299
A BESWICK PORCELAIN RACEHORSE AND JOCKEY
Second half 20th century
A naturalistically modelled walking bay horse with a jockey in orange coloured silks with black and white check sleeves and a blue cap; circular printed mark of Beswick to the horse's belly
Height: 22.5cm Width: 26.5cm

 100-200

300
A VINTAGE HUTSCHENREUTER GROUP OF THREE GAZELLES
1960s, signed G. Granget, marked Hutschenreuther-Kunstabteilung
Naturalistically modelled and glazed as a cantilevered arching group of gazelles in full flight upon a grassy ground, impressed mark of modeller to lower rear; backstamp underside
Height: 32cm Width: 45cm

 300-500

301
A FINE ROYAL WORCESTER NAUTILUS SHELL VASE
1888
Depicting a translucent cream shell supported on coral branches with seaweed and shell embellishments to the base in gilt and matt bronze colours, a bronzed lizard to the rim of the shell; puce backstamp underside and various impressed marks
Height: 22.5cm

 250-450

302
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH TRIPOD BASED PORCELAIN VASES
Mid 20th century
Amphora shape vases with pointed toes in Limoges cobalt blue with gilt bouquets and trophies, raised on gilt caprine legs to a triangular base; French painted mark to base
Height: 24.5cm

 150-200

303
A PORCELAIN CASKET BY PAUL MILET FOR SEVRES
Circa: 1920
A rare circular box unusually decorated with a mottled violet glaze and trimmed with delicate gilt bronze mounts, reticulated borders and a Neoclassical style decoration to the domed lid; green Sevres mark underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10cm

 400-500

304
A ROYAL WORCESTER EWER
1913, pattern 274/H, painted by Albert Shuck
The baluster body painted with cranes wading in a pool in a Middle Eastern desert landscape against a matt pale turquoise sky, a moulded gilt and ivory leaf base, collar, lip and rising loop handle, signed A. Shuck to lower image, backstamp and pattern number underside
Height: 23.5cm

 600-900

305
A PAIR OF RUDOLSTADT PORCELAIN URN VASES
Circa: 1900, with 1895-1924 mark
Oval vases with moulded collars and waisted necks in cobalt and sky-blue colours, with extravagant gilt dragon handles, decorated to the cream satin body with gilt enriched enamel flora, above moulded pedestal bases; blue backstamps underside
Height: 17.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 100-200

306
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN CUPID AND CORNUCOPIA VASE
Early 20th century, after an 1880s Moore Brothers model
A white glazed cupid hauling a large cornucopia tied with a blue ribbon and encrusted with forget-me-not flowers in blue and green colours, the oval base with concentric blue lines; painted blue mark underside
Height: 17.5cm Width: 19cm

 50-100

307
A VINTAGE WEDGWOOD SAGE GREEN JASPERWARE COFFEE POT
With Neoclassical allegorical decoration in white slip to the body, the lid with knop having palm leaf and anthemion embellishments, impressed Wedgwood mark underside, numbered 24 and with scattered letters
Height: 18cm

 180-220

308
A HADLEY'S WORCESTER POT POURRI VASE AND COVER
1908, model 175/H
The ovoid lobed body painted with a peacock among foliage upon a suffused ground, a pierced gilt and bronzed cover with pointed turban finial, a moulded collar with spear head elements, backstamp, initials, pattern number underside
Height: 11.5cm

 200-400

309
TWO ENGLISH PORCELAIN JAPAN PATTERN DISHES
Circa: 1815 and later 19th century
A plate with a blue and gold foliate border enclosing flowering branches in an imari palette, pattern number 334, and; a fluted and shaped square dish with transfer patterns, and bold iron red and gold flowers with red and cobalt foliage; indistinct backstamp underside, pattern number
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 50-80

310
A FRENCH MAJOLICA GRAVY BOAT BY ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1900, number 23
The moulded boat with shell and scroll forms in teal and brown washed colours upon an integral conforming tray, incised numerals underside
Height: 12cm Length: 28cm Width: 17cm

 50-80

311
TWO CONTINENTAL FIGURAL PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th to early 20th century, German, with crossed 'hockey sticks' enclosing letter B mark to one, faux Augustus Rex type mark to other
A bright polychrome 18th century dressed boy figure and a bucolic female figure holding a rose, both with twin flower encrusted candle branches, and moulded bases; marks underside
Height: 29.5cm and smaller

 100-200

312
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DELFT 'CASHMIRE' COVERED VASES
19th century
Ovoid vases with low domed lids, with tin glaze decoration in green, russet and blue colours upon a pale apricot ground with continuous bird and floral scenes in the oriental manner below a fret work collar; iron red painted AR monogram mark underside
Height: 32.5cm

 300-400

313
A 121 PIECE ARZBERG 'LARISSA' DINNER SERVICE FOR TWELVE
20th century
With a narrow rib design to borders in sage and grey colours with gold bands, comprising dinner, entree, and side plates, sweet bowls, soup coupes and associated saucers, tea cups and saucers, coffee cans and saucers, plus a coffee pot; backstamps underside
Diameter: 26.5cm (dinner plate) Height: 23.5cm (coffee pot)

 500-600

314
THREE ROYAL DOULTON FESTIVE SANTA FIGURAL GROUPS
2008-2010, The Holiday Traditions Collection
Comprising 'Santas's Workshop' HN 5312, number 3815/5000; 'Santa Makes his List' HN 5468 number 3739/4000, and; 'Waiting for Santa, HN 5388 number 2887/4000, backstamps and mint in boxes; retail price $299 each
Height: 17.5cm Width: 22.5cm Depth: 13.5cm and smaller

 150-300

315
AN IMPRESSIVE BLUE AND GOLD GRAND TOUR STYLE URN VASE
Late 19th century
The urn vase with high set leafy handles, a turned short pedestal to a socle and square base, with a matte brown border with leaf and berry designs in gilt, the body with cornucopia, laurel and festooned trophies, marked France with castle stamp underside
Height: 42cm

 250-300

316
A HERALDIC PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE
20th century
Replicating Qianlong porcelain with crest, famille rose and white moriage enamel decorations, with faux oriental marks underside
Height: 17.5cm Diameter: 20cm

 200-300

317
A DELFT TIN GLAZED BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER
18th century
The charger dish decorated in the Chinese taste with pavilions and pagodas in a lakeside setting, with cross hatching to the border, spur marks underside and fritting to the edges
Height: 5cm Diameter: 34cm

 350-550

318
A TALLIS & RAPKIN TOPOGRAPHICAL MAP OF PORT PHILLIP
1851, issued as part of the John Tallis and Company's 'The Illustrated Atlas, And Modern History of the World'
The map drawn and engraved by J. Rapkin, illustrations by A. Warren and engraved by J. Rogers, with hand colouring showing the gold diggings, marked in yellow, published by the London Printing and Publishing Company
Height: 27cm Width: 34cm

 50-100

319
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
Evening Camp
Aquatint printed in brown, signed Lionel Lindsay and title in pencil below image, not editioned
Height: 11cm Width: 25.5cm

 250-450

320
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
The Return
Aquatint and etching, signed Lionel Lindsay, titled and described as 1st state in pencil below image
Height: 17cm Width: 24cm

 300-500

321
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
Teamsters
Aquatint with soft ground printed in brown, signed Lionel Lindsay, title and additional annotation (proof) in pencil below image
Height: 15cm Width: 22cm

 300-500

322
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
The Sundowner
Aquatint printed in brown, signed Lionel Lindsay lower left, title and additional annotation (proof) in pencil below image
Height: 12cm Width: 24.5cm

 250-450

323
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
Breakfast
Aquatint printed in brown, signed Lionel Lindsay lower left, title and description as Artist's Proof in different hand below image; a rare image
Height: 15cm Width: 12cm

 200-400

324
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
Steps of the Sailor's Return
Etching, signed Lionel Lindsay, title and number No. 45 in pencil below image
Height: 20.5cm Width: 15.5cm

 300-500

325
KNOX, GEORGE JAMES (1810-1897) (IRISH SCHOOL)
Figures in a winter landscape, and; Figures in a snow covered village
Watercolours on paper, with heightening, signed G.J. Knox lower right to one, and lower left to the other
Height: 20cm Width: 31cm

 100-200

326
COBB, VICTOR ERNEST (1876-1945), AND OTHER
'Scotch College Hawthorn'
Etching with title, artist's name and date 1930 to plate, pencil annotations including signature, title and edition (faint) below image, and; an etching, 'Cathedral Quimper, Brittany' title and artist's name (indistinct) below image
Height: 22.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 50-100

327
LINDSAY, NORMAN ALFRED WILLIAM (1879-1969)
Three facsimile etchings issued by Odana Editions, from limited editions of 550 including: Lesbia (459), Spring Song (476), and; The Eighties (74), all with Certificates of Authenticity and facsimile signatures of publisher Jane Bloomfield; hand numbered in pencil below images and with embossed seals lower right; undated
Height: 30cm Width: 25cm and smaller

 400-600

328
MILLER, LEWIS (B.1959)
'S.P'
Etching on paper, editioned 1/10, title, initialled and dated L.M 99 in pencil below image
Height: 10cm Width: 7.5cm

 60-80

329
ISRAELI SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY)
Jewish quarter street scene
Oil on board, signed in Hebrew lower left and additionally annotated lower right
Height: 53cm Width: 70cm

 100-200

330
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL (21ST CENTURY)
River embankment
Gouache on paper, signed indistinctly Chris ? in grey lead lower right
Height: 98cm Width: 43cm

 200-400

331
HASENBOS, HENRICUS (HARRY) LUDOVICUS (1882-1954) (DUTCH SCHOOL)
Village scene
Oil on board, signed H. Hasenbos lower left
Height: 49cm Width: 59cm

 100-200

332
BUSTARD, WILLIAM (1894-1974)
A road on the downs
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated William Bustard 1936 lower left, title to frame verso
Height: 34cm Width: 42.5cm

 500-800

333
YOUNG, W. BLAMIRE (1862-1935)
Exotic pumpkin seller
Watercolour roundel, signed Blamire Young lower right
Diameter: 39cm

 2000-3000

334
GOFF, ROBERT CHARLES (1837-1922)
'On the King's Road, Brighton'
Etching, signed R.Goff to plate, title and signature R. Goff in pencil also below image; Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers and much influenced by the printwork of J.A.M Whistler; a 1900 Robertson & Moffat of London label verso
Height: 14cm Width: 21cm

 300-400

335
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE PAINTINGS OF ENGLISH MILITARY COSTUMES
Late 19th century, artist unknown
Paintings in watercolour and gouache depicting soldiers in mid 17th century military attire and housed in their original Aesthetic movement black lacquer and gilt frames
Height: 33cm Width: 23cm and smaller

 300-450

336
WHITE, SHEILA (B.1927)
'Autumn - Sutton Forest'
Oil on composition board, signed Sheila White lower right
Height: 34.5cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

337
''THE BLOCK' IN COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE'
1890, from the London Illustrated News
After a sketch by Mr Melton Prior and engraved by P. Naumann, title and artist details below image, engraver's name to plate, also marked T Walter Wilson to left of plate
Height: 31.5cm Width: 47.5cm

 50-100

338
VIKE, HARALD HANSEN GALLIS (1906-1987)
Rural scene
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Harald Vike Jan '58 lower right
Height: 28cm Width: 40cm

 300-500

339
LINDSAY, NORMAN ALFRED WILLIAM (1879-1969)
Two facsimile etchings issued by Odana Editions, from limited editions of 550 including: 'The Anklet' (189) and 'Virginity' (74) with Certificates of Authenticity and facsimile signatures of publisher Jane Bloomfield; hand numbered in pencil below images and with embossed seals lower right; undated
Height: 39cm Width: 29cm and smaller

 300-500

340
DE MARTINO, G. (20TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL)
Capri Harbour scene
Oil on canvas, signed G. De Martino lower right
Height: 48.5cm Width: 68cm

 300-500

341
SHORE, ARNOLD JOSEPH VICTOR (1897-1963)
Still life with portrait bust
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Shore '34 lower right
Height: 85cm Width: 65cm

 2000-3000

342
McDOUGALL, L (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Nude fixing her hair
Pastel on paper, signed L. McDougall lower right
Height: 63cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

343
MORGAN, FREDERICK (BRITISH SCHOOL 1847-1927) (SCHOOL OF)
Girl in a meadow
Oil on canvas, unsigned
Height: 67cm Width: 46cm

 900-1400

344
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Mt Arapiles'
Oil on cotton duck, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '84 lower left
Height: 78.5cm Width: 93.5cm

 200-300

345
WILKS, MAXWELL (B.1944)
Spring Morning Castlemaine
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Maxwell Wilks '88 lower left
Height: 64.5cm Width: 90cm

 450-650

346
HAYS, BETTE (B.1922)
Blossoms
Oil on board, signed Bette Hays lower right, title to Holdsworth Gallery of Woollahra label verso
Height: 29cm Width: 38.5cm

 100-200

347
EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Female nudes (pair)
Linocuts, both editioned 27/90 lower left, signed and dated, apparently P. Jaum? '27 lower right
Height: 14cm Width: 10cm

 240-480

348
A SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH OF A FEMALE NUDE
Circa: 1940
A pensive woman toying with flowers; photographer unknown
Height: 19cm Width: 11.5cm

 150-250

349
A SILVER GELATIN PHOTOGRAPH OF A FEMALE NUDE
Circa: 1940
A reclining figure; photographer unknown
Height: 11.5cm Width: 19cm

 150-250

350
FOUR PHOTOGRAVURE/HELIOGRAPHS BY STANISLAS WALERY
Paris 1923, edition Calavas
Original plates depicting female nudes from the album, 'Nus. Cent photographies Originales de Laryew'
Height: 22.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 600-1000

351
WILKS, MAXWELL, J. (B.1944)
Along the Grand Canal - Venice
Oil on canvas signed and dated Maxwell Wilks '94 lower right; title and date verso
Height: 37cm Width: 55cm

 600-800

352
CASTAGNET, ALVARO (B.1954 URUGUAY/AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
French cafe
Watercolour on paper signed Alvaro Castagnet lower right
Height: 44.5cm Width: 54.5cm

 500-600

353
VIKE, HARALD HANSEN GALLIS (1906-1987)
Rural scene
Conte pencil on paper, signed and dated H.Vike '75 lower right
Height: 35cm Width: 54cm

 200-400

354
DEL MACE, JILL (B.1947)
Stiletto
Watercolour on paper, signed Del Mace in pencil across lower left of image, title in pencil verso
Height: 22cm Width: 13cm

 150-250

355
DEL MACE, JILL (B.1947)
The Specialist
Watercolour on paper, signed Del Mace in pencil lower right of image; title in pencil verso
Height: 38cm Width: 20cm

 300-500

356
CHAGALL, MARC (1887-1985)
Woman with roses beneath a wedding canopy
Limited edition reproduction lithograph, editioned 126/300, in pencil below image lower left
Height: 47cm Width: 36cm

 200-250

357
BIRT, JOHN ORLANDO (B.1947)
Rietine in Chianti, Tuscany, and San Martino, Tuscany
Two watercolours on paper, signed John Orlando Birt lower left to one and lower right to the other
Height: 18cm Width: 36.5cm and smaller

 500-700

358
MATISSE, HENRI (1869-1954)
'Zulma'
Lithographic plate from 'The Last Works of Henri Matisse 1950-1954' published by Harcourt, Brace & Co New York, 1958, after the original 'Zulma', a 1950 gouache and paper cut out housed in The National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen
Height: 32cm Width: 16.5cm

 300-500

359
NAMATJIRA, ALBERT (1902-1959)
Ghost gum and blue ranges
Watercolour on paper, signed Albert Namatjira lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 27.5cm

 9000-12000

360
LEANDRE, CHARLES LUCIEN (1862-1930)
Spoils of Position
An 1880s colour fan shaped lithograph, signed C. Leandre to plate lower right and also initialled CL and editioned 14/80 in pencil lower image
Height: 24cm Width: 49cm

 350-550

361
LOXTON, JOHN SAMUEL (1903-1969)
Autumn poplars
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated John S. Loxton '44 lower left
Height: 35.5cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

362
HILL, THOMAS G. (BRITISH SCHOOL 1913-1984)
Still Life: floral study
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Thomas Hill '74 lower left
Height: 50cm Width: 60cm

 350-500

363
HOUSTON, JOHN ADAM RSA (1812-1884)
White Castle Monmouthshire
Watercolour on paper with white heightening, initials partially obscured lower left, title, signature and dated 1876 in contemporary probably original hand verso
Height: 11.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 100-200

364
18TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Rustic figures in a landscape
Oil on panel, unsigned
Height: 13.5cm Width: 19cm

 200-300

365
FIVE GEORGIAN HAND COLOURED STRIP MAPS OF ENGLISH COUNTIES
Early 19th century
Strip maps with detailed histories of the areas, four double-sided, hand colouring probably later
Length: 19cm Width: 13cm and smaller

 50-100

366
MIDDLETON, MAX (1922 - 2013)
Bush shack and poplar
Grey lead pencil on paper, signed and dated Max Middleton possibly '67 lower left
Height: 10.5cm Width: 15.5cm

 200-400

367
POWER, HAROLD SEPTIMUS (1871-1950)
Study: head of a horse in harness
Grey lead pencil on paper, signed H. Septimus Power lower left
Height: 15.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 200-400

368
POWER, HAROLD SEPTIMUS (1871-1950)
Study: head of a spaniel
Grey lead pencil on paper, signed H. Septimus Power lower right
Height: 15.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 200-400

369
MACNALLY, MATTHEW JAMES (1874-1943)
Bush scene
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated M.J.Macnally 1939 lower right
Height: 15.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 100-200

370
JACKMAN, HILARY (B.1943)
'Eltham Walk'
Oil on canvas board, signed Hilary Jackman lower right; title and dated 1977 to label verso; also Eltham Gallery label
Height: 21.5cm Width: 30cm

 200-300

371
WILKS, MAXWELL, J. (B.1944)
Into the light - Queenscliff
Oil on board, signed Maxwell Wilks lower right; title and date 1996 verso to Kew Gallery stamp
Height: 29.5cm Width: 30.5cm

 250-350

372
SMALES, PETER (B.1958)
Evening Portsea, Fisherman's Beach
Oil on board, signed Peter Smales lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 29cm

 400-600

373
DUJARDIN, KAREL (1622-1678, DUTCH SCHOOL)
Boy with donkey and dog in an Italian setting
Oil on timber panel, signed K Dujardin centre right, housed in a fine antique timber gilt and moulded frame, together with a mirror image etching of the same donkey and dog, signed Carle Dujardin to plate upper left
Height: 22cm Width: 25cm and smaller

 1100-1500

374
WILKS, MAXWELL, J. (B.1944)
Honfleur
Oil on board signed Maxwell Wilks lower left; title and date 1993 verso to Kew Gallery stamp
Height: 40.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 300-400

375
MOLENA, P (19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL)
Scutari, Bosphorus view
Oil on canvas, signed P. Molena lower left and to plaque on gilded frame; part label verso with partial title, and also faint pencil inscription to stretcher; housed in an antique gilded frame
Height: 62cm Width: 75cm

 1500-2000

376
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
The carpet with an allover floral design in green and blue colours upon a raspberry field, the main light tan border with repeat floral and tendril designs between narrow floral and patterned bands
Length: 177cm Width: 117cm

 200-500

377
A FINE SIGNED VINTAGE PERSIAN SILK ON SILK QUM RUG
Circa: 1960s
Of exceptionally fine weave in a muted palette with a rosette in amber and pale hues upon an arabesque strewn teal field teal, with meandering spandrels and a terracotta main border with floral cartouches and entwined vegetal motifs
Length: 158cm Width: 101cm

 2200-2500

378
A PERSIAN SILK RUG
In sage green, terracotta, and turquoise colours with a lozenge and formal arrangements of flower vases and birds in trees upon a white shaped field, with an undulate border of linked leafy forms and vases between narrow bands
Length: 182cm Width: 121cm

 200-300

379
A PERSIAN SILK RUG
In sage green, apricot and ink colours with a lobed lozenge surrounded by a profusion of floral forms upon the warm toned field, with spandrels and formal floral borders
Length: 180cm Width: 120cmfo

 200-300

380
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
With an allover geometric design in colours upon a red field between patterned borders
Length: 205cm Width: 140cm

 50-100

381
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
A bold carpet in red, salmon and blue colours with a large lozenge medallion enclosing three crosses of faith enclosed by a main border with a geometric arrangement of hook and saw tooth designs and a complex repeat motif
Length: 203cm Width: 120cm

 50-100

382
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
With a bold central lozenge medallion in iron red and lemon colours with hook motifs to the edges upon a blue field, with motifs to the corners, the main border in cream with repeat geometric floral and cross elements
Length: 273cm Width: 178cm

 50-100

383
A WOOL CARPET
With stylised formal flora and arabesques in powder blue and pink colours upon a mottled stone, grey field
Length: 310cm Width: 242cm

 300-500

384
A SOUMAK WOOL CARPET
In red, lemon and cream colours with four rectangular panels to the field enclosing two elaborate herati and amulet motifs, surrounded by various narrow barber's pole and stylised floral borders
Length: 163cm Width: 105cm

 300-500

385
A REFINED SILK PERSIAN CARPET
In a muted blue, green, plum and ochre palette with a floral medallion surrounded by floral garlands, baskets of flowers serving as spandrels, the main border with running floral motifs and lotus blooms
Length: 160cm Width: 98cm

 1000-2000

386
A LARGE PERSIAN PRAYER MAT
In salmon, navy and tan colours, in a mihrab design with an abundance of stylised flora upon a patterned field, the main border with repeat knot and floral designs
Length: 188cm Width: 128cm

 300-500

387
A WOOL PERSIAN STYLE CARPET
With traditional lotus and arabesques in tan, ecru, varied blue shades and teal upon a stone field, with a broad similarly decorated border
Length: 252cm Width: 165cm

 100-200

388
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
Bold hooked diamonds with cross motifs upon a red field scattered with stylised flowers enclosed by multiple repeat patterned borders
Length: 293cm Width: 166cm

 50-100

389
A PERSIAN DESIGN WOOL CARPET
Profusely decorated throughout with various floral forms having a shaped blue black medallion upon a cream field, red meandering spandrels and a main border with Art Nouveau influenced vegetal forms
Length: 370cm Width: 275cm

 500-1000

390
A WOOL PERSIAN DESIGN CARPET
Made with New Zealand wool, in orange and blue tones upon an oatmeal field, decorated throughout with lotus, palmettes and tendrils, enclosed by a main border of conforming design and pairs of narrow bands
Length: 355cm Width: 300cm

 500-1000

391
A VINTAGE GARDEN DESIGN WOOL CARPET
In a muted palette of pastel colours, maroon and deep blue decorated with an abundance of formal and bold sprays of flora and trees enclosed by conforming borders
Length: 357cm Width: 275cm

 600-1000

392
A PAKISTANI WOOL CARPET
Decorated with a profusion of arabesques, lotus and peony and other flora in an interesting palette of mushroom, brown, cream and light blue upon a aubergine plum field with natural colour variations and enclosed by a similarly embellished main border in deep cream and narrow bands
Length: 324cm Width: 245cm

 400-600

393
A MIRROR IN A VICTORIAN GILTWOOD FRAME
19th century, and later glass
The solid timber frame with gesso relief moulding in the Renaissance Revival manner, with a later slip and glass
Height: 89cm Width: 68cm

 100-200

394
A FINE VICTORIAN GILTWOOD MANTLE MIRROR
19th century
With an arching crest with shell and floral embellishments and leafy mounts to the upper and lower corners
Height: 184cm Width: 117cm

 1500-2000

395
AN ART DECO PLATED BRONZE AND PINK GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed P. Meynadier, France
The triple stem light fitting with pierced and moulded floral motifs to a moulded dish and three branches with conforming bell shaped suspended shades
Length: 85cm Diameter: 70cm

 1200-1600

396
A BELLE EPOQUE FOUR BRANCH BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880s
With a twist stem and supports to the original swag draped bowl and issuing four foliate embellished arms to frosted cup shaped shades
Length: 120cm Diameter: 80cm

 1600-2000

397
A VINTAGE BOHEMIAN CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
A twelve-branch tiered chandelier with faceted pear-shaped drops and long electric candles
Length: 68cm Diameter: 85cm

 2800-3200

398
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND GLASS LIGHT FITTING BY PETITOT
Circa: 1930s
A striking light fitting with four gold cylindrical stems to a shaped long box and a large rectangular gilt bronze frame with a series of sixteen glass rods to both long sides curving to the underside, with a frosted glass plate
Length: 80cm Width: 45cm

 1000-2000

399
A MAZARIN STYLE SIX BRANCH GILT BRONZE CHANDELIER
Later 19th century
In the Baroque manner and well-cast with a knopped stem decorated with demi-figures and mascarons and a bunch of grapes to the terminal, the curvaceous arms with electric candles
Length: 123cm Diameter: 78cm

 2800-3200

400
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH THREE LIGHT BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880s
With an embellished stem with arching buttresses to a ball and bar suspending frosted multi petalled shades
Length: 78cm Diameter: 70cm

 1200-1500

401
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s
The fitting with a six branch silvered stem in a textured finish, to a lobed moulded dish, three scrolling arms with a scale pattern finish suspending conforming bell shaped shades
Length: 80cm Diameter: 75cm

 1000-1500

402
A PAINTED CABINET IN THE PROVINCIAL MANNER
With an arching crest with scrolls to the pediment above shaped doors with fielded panels, the extended base with small drawers and lower cupboards, a shaped apron and cabriole feet, with a cream crackle painted finish and floral decorations in muted colours and gilt
Height: 243cm Width: 124cm Depth: 50cm

 1000-2000

403
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD TRIPLE FRONTED SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1920
A rectangular back with an ornate vegetal frieze above three panels between barley twists and finials, the base with three drawers above cupboards with geometric diamond and medallion decoration and raised on carved baluster feet
Height: 161cm Width: 197cm Depth: 63cm

 300-600

404
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD STRETCHER BASED TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS
Circa: 1925, chairs; table purchased in Alleppey, Kerala 1933
Rectangular refectory style, with canted corners, relief chain decoration to sides and top, and raised on substantial and profusely carved knopped supports and trestle ends; the high panel backed chairs with barley twists and relief carving, cane seats above barley twist legs and rear stretchers
Table height: 73cm Length: 210cm Width: 86cm Chair height: 110cm

 300-600

405
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD CHEVAL MIRROR
Circa: 1920
The large mirror with a bevelled glass, the supports, outer frame and trestle base all relief carved with vegetal forms
Height: 198cm Depth: 90cm Depth: 61cm

 200-300

406
A SET OF FOUR FINELY CARVED ANGLO-INDIAN EBONY WALL SHELVES
19th to 20th century
The long-tapered wall shelves with gadroons and scallop edge trims, profusely carved with processionals of deity figures
Width: 92cm Depth: 36cm

 400-600

407
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD AND CANE STOOL
Circa: 1920
The square stool with hole to hole cane raised on cabriole legs with ornamented knees and lion's paw feet
Height: 47cm Length: 47cm Width: 47cm

 50-100

408
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD CARVED CHEST ON STAND
Circa: 1920
Profusely relief carved with flower heads and vegetal arabesques, brass swing handles to the short ends and large shaped hinges, raised on barley twists supports and a conforming box stretcher base
Height: 90cm Width: 108cm Depth: 52cm

 500-800

409
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT LEG TRIPOD TABLE
Late 19th - early 20th century
The circular table with an ornate pattern carved top supported on three elephant head and trunk legs with ivory tusk decorations
Height: 60cm Diameter: 60cm

 200-400

410
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD HALL CHAIR
Circa: 1920
The high square back chair with a central panel enclosed by a relief carved frame with peacock and other exotic birds and flanked by square section rope twist pillars with finials, a cane seat above slender relief carved and fluted baluster legs, square to the rear with a stretcher
Height: 110cm Width: 54cm Depth: 55cm

 100-200

411
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD GENTLEMAN'S WARDROBE
Circa: 1920
The triple door robe with an extended cornice, relief carved detail to the cornice, plain doors with decorative fielded panels to the lower register and raised on paw feet
Height: 184cm Width: 168cm Depth: 58cm

 300-500

412
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD LIQUEUR CABINET ON STAND
Circa: 1920, purchased Cochin, Kerala
The cabinet with hinged top profusely relief carved to panels with peacock embellished borders and ornate circular patterns, raised on substantial cabriole legs with carved knees and paw feet
Height: 98cm Width: 74cm Depth: 75cm

 200-400

413
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD AUTO TROLLEY
Circa: 1920
The three-tier trolley with ornamented relief carved borders and barley twist supports
Height: 88cm Length: 76cm Width: 41cm

 100-200

414
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD FITTED CUTLERY SIDEBOARD ON STAND
Circa: 1920
The exterior profusely carved with a floral border above doors with peacock embellished borders and ornate circular patterns, an arrangement of small cutlery drawers to the interior and two shallow frieze drawers to the short ends, rope twist borders to the base, a carved plinth and squashed bun feet
Height: 99cm Width: 112cm Depth: 51cm

 300-500

415
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD AND EBONY DOWRY CHEST AND STAND
Circa: 1925/6, purchased Alleppey, Kerala
The hinged lid with brass inlaid arabesques and fleur-de-lis pierced elements, relief carved panels to the body enclosed by inlaid stars and ornaments, carved trims to the extended stand and substantial leaf carved cabriole legs
Height: 89cm Width: 109cm Depth: 63cm

 500-1000

416
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT LEG OCCASIONAL TABLE
Late 19th - early 20th century
Ebonised with a scalloped rim to the ornate relief carved oval top and supported on four elephant head and trunk legs with ivory tusk decorations
Height: 63cm Length: 92cm Width: 52cm

 200-400

417
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ALMOND WOOD FLORAL OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1925
The shaped square top ornately carved with chinar leaves and other floral motifs centred with a lotus style well and raised on a hinged folding four-legged base of similar design
Height: 61cm Length: 62cm Width: 62cm

 50-100

418
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ALMOND WOOD DRAGON OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1925, purchased Kotagiri India
The shaped square top ornately carved with dragon motifs and raised on a hinged folding four-legged base of similar design
Height: 56cm Length: 54cm Width: 51cm

 50-100

419
AN ANTIQUE ROSEWOOD FOLDING STRETCHER BASED CARD TABLE
Circa: 1920
An 'X' frame folding table with fold out corner counter cups or coasters having a green baize circular surface and turned stretcher supports
Height: 76cm Length: 77cm Width: 76cm

 100-200

420
A SMALL ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD CABINET
Circa: 1920
Relief carved with exotic foliage to a rear gallery, fielded panels, the cupboard door centred with a diamond and flower motif, raised on substantial cabriole legs with ornamented knees and paw feet
Height: 92cm Width: 59cm Depth: 57cm

 100-150

421
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD AND CANE PIANO STOOL
Circa: 1920
A double piano stool with a hinged cane top compartment for sheet music storage, with relief carved floral decoration and barley twist legs
Height: 62cm Length: 88cm Width: 46cm

 200-300

422
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1920
A rectangular glass surrounded by a simple rib decorated frame, a carved floral gallery, two drawers above smaller drawers with lotus style carved knobs, raised on cabriole legs with carved knees and paw feet
Height: 170cm Width: 130cm Depth: 61cm

 100-200

423
AN ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT LEG TRIPOD TABLE
Late 19th - early 20th century
Ebonised with an ornate relief carved circular top and supported on three elephant head and trunk legs with ivory tusk decorations
Height: 67cm Diameter: 61cm

 100-200

424
A LARGE ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD BED
Circa: 1920, with rails and slats
The square profile head board and base with ornate relief carved friezes, shaped fielded panels with diamond and floral embellishments, richly carved knees and paw feet
Height: 135cm Width: 172cm, bed head (Queen bed size is 153cm wide)

 100-200

425
A RICHLY CARVED ANGLO-INDIAN ROSEWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
19th century
The ornately pierced and carved table with a reticulated central section enclosed by a caparisoned elephant border and raised on fantastic creature carved legs
Height: 68cm Length: 97cm Width: 62cm

 300-500

426
A VINTAGE TIMBER TRUNK
19th century
The dome topped trunk of shapely form with copper brass strapping and studwork
Height: 45cm Width: 71cm Depth: 43cm

 100-300

427
A VINTAGE TIMBER TRUNK
19th century
The rectangular trunk with timber battens and metal studded strapping, decorative pressed metal to the corners and metal locks
Height: 61cm Width: 88cm Depth: 52cm

 100-300

428
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST ON CHEST
Early 19th century, with later refurbishment
An extended pediment with a running border, a pair of small drawers above three long graduated drawers, the base with long drawers above a shaped apron and bracket feet, with stringing, cockbeading and later brass swing handles
Height: 167cm Width: 110cm Depth: 53cm

 600-1000

429
FOUR ENGLISH STYLE ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The restrained square backed chairs of delicate proportions, three with splats relief carved with Charles Rennie Macintosh type roses, diamond border inlay to the seating rail and raised on tapering turned legs with high set box stretchers
Height: 98cm (carver)

 200-400

430
A SMALL TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED KINGWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1900
A kidney shaped commode raised on tapered and angled curvaceous legs with book end veneer reserves to the two drawers, sides and reverse enclosed by string barber's pole borders, with cast mounts and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 59cm Depth: 37cm

 500-700

431
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLE TOPPED KINGWOOD PARTITIONED CABINET
Circa: 1900
A cream marble top, frieze drawer above a burr timber cupboard flanked by open partitions and raised on tapering turned legs, with stringing and cross banded decoration, pierced cast trims and ring handles
Height: 88cm Width: 65cm Depth: 37cm

 250-450

432
A STRIKING FRENCH AESTHETIC MOVEMENT CAST IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1900
Crafted as a geometric arrangement of black bamboo, with eight double hooks, central mirror and an extended base for sticks and umbrellas with twin drip tray
Height: 196cm Width: 72cm Depth: 30cm

 1000-2000

433
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY ELBOW CHAIR
A channel grooved square back chair with humped cresting rail and a knot pierced splat, arms with curved supports above a dished seat, square section legs and stretchers
Height: 96cm Width: 63cm Depth: 58cm

 280-400

434
A SMART PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLES
Early 20th century
The square white marble topped tables with pierced brass galleries, two drawers and raised on slender tapering fluted legs with petite brass capped feet
Height: 68cm Width: 38cm Depth: 30cm

 500-700

435
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARBLE TOPPED TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Late 19th century
The Breche D'Alep marble top of serpentine profile, two drawers with parquetry reserves, similarly decorated to the sides, hipped curvaceous legs, a shaped apron and embellished with cast bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 85cm Depth: 46cm

 800-1200

436
A FINE PAIR OF ANTIQUE LOUIS XV GILTWOOD FAUTEUILS
19th century
Channel grooved square back chairs with arching crests, shaped arm supports and curvaceous apron and raised on cabriole legs, with carved leaf, shell and floral forms throughout, beautifully upholstered in a floral jacquard
Height: 101cm Width: 68cm Depth: 70cm

 3000-4000

437
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT PIER CABINET
19th century
With a floral inlaid cornice and similar decoration surrounding the glazed door, gilt bronze embellishments and raised on a shaped apron with bracket feet, a single shelf to the interior
Height: 101cm Width: 89cm Depth: 31cm

 800-1200

438
A FINE KINGWOOD AND ORMOLU VITRINE IN THE LOUIS XV MANNER
Later 19th century; provenance: purchased Capocchi for $20 000
The marble topped vitrine of ogee profile finely inlaid to the lower door with floral motifs to a quarter veneer panelled reserve, with two glass shelves, a shaped apron and raised on hipped curvaceous legs, with finely cast rocaille embellishments, floral knees, borders and sabots
Height: 174cm Width: 100cm Depth: 47cm

 3000-5000

439
AN ART DECO MARBLE TOPPED WROUGHT IRON OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1920s
A boldly figured hexagonal marble top in grey and iron red colours above a scroll work and hammered base with a star form stretcher
Height: 54cm Width: 66cm

 600-800

440
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD INLAID CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a spinach marble top above a cupboard, shallow drawer and a lower cupboard, with stringing, cross banding to book end and quarter veneer panels throughout, an inlaid urn filled with flowers to the lower cupboard, raised on short cabriole legs with restrained Neoclassical mounts, ring handles and sabots
Height: 137cm Width: 57cm Depth: 34cm

 600-800

441
A PROVINCIAL STYLE WALNUT DOUGH BIN AND STAND
20th century
The tapering hinged bin mounted on a relief carved stand with turned legs and a decorative box stretcher
Height: 100cm Length: 121cm Width: 50cm

 500-800

442
A REFINED DIRECTOIRE STYLE MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET
Late 19th century
Of slender profile with an extended cornice above a full length glazed door and conforming sides, two glass shelves to the interior, raised on square section legs with cast brass paw feet, trimmed with delicate cast borders
Height: 145cm Width: 52cm Depth: 35cm

 500-800

443
AN OAK AND WALNUT INLAID POUDREUSE
Circa: 1900
The table top with a serpentine profile decorated in the Art Nouveau manner with poppies and a butterfly in mixed timbers, a sycamore lined and partitioned interior, turned supports to a well figured oak undertier, raised on splayed legs
Height: 73cm Width: 50cm Depth: 39cm

 250-350

444
A PAINTED ITALIAN DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century, with maker's stamp for Alberti of Valencia
The shaped cream cabinet with a single door and glazed concave side panels, two interior glass shelves, with Classical style borders picked out in gilt and formal painted embellishments; maker's stamp verso
Height: 180cm Width: 102cm Depth: 43cm

 800-1500

445
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL CHERRYWOOD FARMHOUSE TABLE
19th century
Having a fine mellow patina with a single partitioned drawer to one long side and a single extension to a short end, raised on tapering square section legs
Height: 77cm Length: 250cm Width: 90cm

 1000-2000

446
A FRENCH BOULLE STYLE CENTRE TABLE
Later 19th century
The oval shaped table decorated with cut brass inlay in the Berainesque manner upon a scarlet tortoiseshell ground, cast brass border trims, a shaped apron with mask heads above curvaceous legs with espagnolettes and sabots
Height: 77cm Length: 149cm Width: 96cm

 3000-5000

447
A FINE GEORGIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1820s, provenance: John Wilson Antiques Melbourne
The two leaf 'D' end table with a fine patina, a deep skirt with paterae and raised on elegant slender turned legs with brass feet and casters, with original brass clips
Height: 75cm Extended length: 240cm Width: 121cm

 2000-3000

448
A VICTORIAN WALNUT FRAMED LADY'S CHAIR
19th century
A buttoned tablet back, serpentine stuffover seat and raised on cabriole legs, with relief carved decoration in the French manner and gold velvet upholstery
Height: 93cm Width: 60cm Depth: 75cm

 150-250

449
A FINE REGENCY MAHOGANY FOUR DOOR LIBRARY BOOKCASE
Mid 19th century
Of breakfront form with a dentil cornice above gothic style astragal glazed doors, a wide writing slide and a four door cupboard base, with keys; provenance: purchased from the Gilt Edge Antique Gallery Melbourne in 1983 for $5250
Height: 209cm Width: 187cm Depth: 44cm

 2000-3000

450
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK PARQUETRY EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1930
The table of serpentine profile with pull out extensions, a shaped channel grooved apron with relief carved shell motifs and raised on substantial cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 75cm Length: 150cm Width: 105cm Extended length: 266cm

 300-500

451
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CHAIRS
Circa: 1930
The chairs with slightly waisted and arching backs with grooved frames, shaped splats, drop in seats with olive green velvet upholstery, shaped aprons and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 100cm Width: 47cm Depth: 48cm

 300-400

452
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Mid 20th century
With yellow marble tops of serpentine profile above two drawers and raised on hipped cabriole legs, decorated with bookend veneer shaped panels with floral inlay, cast foliate mounts, pull handles and sabots
Height: 77cm Width: 45cm Depth: 32cm

 400-800

453
A BOLD ART DECO ROSEWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1930s
Of imposing rectangular form with a rounded cornice and long stiles curved over the top, a glazed upper section with three glass shelves to the mirror backed interior, the lower cupboards of slightly bowed profile with angled opposite brass handles and geometric plates, raised on a plinth base
Height: 180cm Width: 98cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1500

454
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MARBLED TOPPED MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLES
Early 20th century
With white marble tops enclosed by pierced three quarter brass galleries above twin drawers and raised on fluted legs with brass capped feet
Height: 70cm Width: 42cm Depth: 29cm

 500-600

455
A BAROQUE STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930
With a coffee coloured marble top of bowed profile above three long drawers with quarter veneer panels and contrasting wide borders trimmed with heavy bronze swing handles with demi-figure motifs, a shaped apron, exaggerated hipped edges with espagnolettes to splayed feet dressed with sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 113cm Depth: 59cm

 1000-2000

456
AN ART DECO WALNUT AND BRONZE CONSOLE TABLE
Circa: 1930
In well figured veneer with a plain plank top above a 'T' shaped pillar and a squared platform base, decorated with an applied cast geometric plate with floral decoration and three long slender rods to the platform
Height: 84cm Length: 110cm Width: 38cm

 800-1200

457
A FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAID DOUBLE BED
Late 19th century, with rails and slats
With an arching crest and fluted side pillars with cast fruit finials, finely inlaid with trophies, scrolling acanthus and formal urn style decorations
Height: 149cm Width: 146cm (bedhead)

 1000-2000

458
A FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY AND BRASS INLAID MIRRORED ARMOIRE
Late 19th century
With an arching crest, fluted side pillars with cast fruit finials, and a pair of long bevel glazed doors finely inlaid with trophies and scrolling acanthus decorations, the interior with shelves, two short and one long drawer
Height: 252cm Width: 138cm Depth: 51cm

 1200-1800

459
A MAHOGANY SET OF FOUR NESTING TABLES
Early 20th century
Kidney shaped with blonde stringing, with trestle ends and stretchers
Height: 58cm Length: 57cm Width: 35cm and smaller

 300-500

460
A TWIN PEDESTAL PLUM PUDDING MAHOGANY DESK
19th century
With a tooled tan leather top with side slides above a frieze drawer and pedestals each with four drawers and central turned timber knobs in recessed target style mounts, upon a plinth base
Height: 77cm Width: 142cm Depth: 77cm

 800-1200

461
A FINE ART NOUVEAU MAHOGANY SUITE: SERVERY AND BUFFET, A THREE LEAF EXTENSION TABLE, SEVEN CANE CHAIRS PLUS ONE
Circa: 1900, maker's stamps GN (George Nowack), 'Janiaud Jeune' store labels
With sweeping but restrained lines well carved with panelled doors, bunches of grapes and foliage, having cast ormolu hardware and shaped block feet, a stretcher based table with carved details to base, and hole to hole cane chairs
H: 75cm Extended Length: 288cm W: 128cm (table) H: 94cm (chair)
H: 211cm : 154cm D: 57cm (buffet) H: 147cm W: 122cm D: 46cm (servery)

 5000-8000

462
A VINTAGE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS SHELF
Circa: 1930s
The single wall mounted shelf with scrolling iron work, the frame enclosing a pane of textured glass
Height: 15cm Width: 95cm Depth: 30cm

 100-200

463
A 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

 400-800

464
AN VINTAGE ROLL TOP DESK IN VICTORIAN ASH
Early to mid 20th century
A tambour top desk opening to a baize interior and an arrangement of pigeon holes, rail and stile side panels and an arched kneehole flanked by pillars with three drawers, the lower of double depth with rectangular and cupped pull handles
Height: 106cm Width: 122cm Depth: 65cm

 150-250

465
A FINE ANTIQUE MARBLE TOPPED CHERRY WOOD RÉGENCE STYLE SIDEBOARD
Early 20th century
The beautifully figured marble top above three drawers and cupboards with shaped fielded panels, a curvaceous apron with floral carved trims and raised on small cabriole legs, with long brass hinges, pierced escutcheons and swing handles
Height: 106cm Width: 190cm Depth: 51cm

 800-1200

466
A FINE FRENCH MAHOGANY TRANSITIONAL STYLE CABINET
Late 19th century, Paris maker's stamp verso, Haentges Frères
A scroll and rocaille pierced arching crest above a central cupboard with relief carved trophies flanked by panelled glazed doors, the extended breakfront base with oak lined drawers and cupboards with fielded panels above a shaped apron, with short cabriole legs, cast escutcheons and foliate pull handles
Height: 283cm Width: 158cm Depth: 60cm

 1000-1500

467
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLE
Late 19th century
With a flecked grey marble top above a single drawer and a marble lined cupboard, raised on tapering supports to an undertier, with restrained cast Classical anthemion, paterae and diamond decorations
Height: 85cm Width: 38cm Depth: 38cm

 250-350

468
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARBLE TOPPED TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
Of serpentine profile with bookend veneer and strung reserves with floral inlay to three long drawers, similar to the sides, a shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast mounts, foliate handles and sabots
Height: 76cm Width: 97cm Depth: 45cm

 700-900

469
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD AND MAHOGANY INLAID BEDSIDE TABLES
Mid 20th century
With three quarter shaped timber galleries, a single drawer and pair of cupboard doors decorated with quarter veneer panels, stringing and rose inlay, raised on cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Width: 39cm Depth: 30cm

 500-600

470
AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY DESK
Late 19th century, with maker's stamp for A. Britz, Paris
With a deep brown tooled leather top and matching extension slides, a central drawer with a cast winged maiden escutcheon flanked by smaller drawers, faux to the reverse, raised on square section tapering legs with proud lion's head mounts terminating in paw feet, restrained Neoclassical trims throughout
Height: 76cm Length: 150cm Width: 75cm

 3000-5000

471
A LOUIS XVI STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD SIX DRAWER COMMODE
Early 20th century
A Brèche D'Alep marble top of bowed profile, part ebonised canted edges and quarter veneer panelled drawers with floral inlay, cast foliate pull handles and raised on small cabriole legs with sabots
Height: 132cm Width: 69cm Depth: 40cm

 1200-1800

472
A FINE KINGWOOD AND ORMOLU LOUIS XV DRINKS CABINET
Later 19th century
The marble topped cabinet inlaid and ormolu trimmed to the long sides to represent a faux three drawer cabinet but having four fold down sides of slightly bombé profile to reveal a mirror lined interior, with a shaped apron and raised on slender curvaceous legs, with cast decorations to the knees and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 60cm Depth: 46cm

 2000-3000

473
A DIRECTOIRE STYLE MAHOGANY COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a white marble top with ear form extensions above extended fluted pillars, three long drawers with flame mahogany bookend reserves and raised on tapering legs, with brass escutcheons and square bracket swing handles
Height: 83cm Width: 92cm Depth: 50cm

 650-850

474
A SIGNED LOUIS MAJORELLE PALISANDER DISPLAY ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900, with Louis Majorelle signature to an inlaid scallop shell
The armoire with a stepped cornice above a central open compartment and a bow front glazed door with a decorative wrought iron frame work, flanked by two plain cupboards with cast bronze backplates with pull handles, shelves to the interior, a plinth style base with bracket feet; signed to right side
Height: 200cm Width: 185cm Depth: 60cm

 4000-5000

475
A VICTORIAN THREE TIER MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER
Second half 19th century
The extended top above turned supports, a pair of drawers to the mid section with pierced brass backplates and swing handles, raised on turned legs and porcelain casters
Height: 116cm Length: 135cm Width: 53cm

 150-250