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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
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Sunday 3 December 2017
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 1-49
 Bronzes 50-87
 Clocks 88-119
 Oriental 120-170
 Silver 171-197
 Glass 198-231
 Porcelain 232-281
 Paintings 282-337
 A Staffordshire Collection 338-373
 Carpets 374-385
 Lights & Mirrors 386-406
 Furniture 407-498

001
AN ITALIAN WALNUT FLOOR SCULPTURE OF 'APOLLO'
Of natural weathered form, the serenading figure of a young Apollo with his lyre, dressed in antique attire with a laurel wreath around his head, raised on a shaped base
Height: 150cm

 300-500

002
SIX SMALL VINTAGE FRENCH METALWARE FRAMES, PLUS ONE OTHER
Early 20th to mid 20th century
A mixed group of cast brass and bronze hanging and easel back frames, one enclosing a photograph of a smiling boy in a hat, another with probably a husband and wife; and an ebonised timber frame with bubble glass enclosing a Classical plaster scene in relief of a mother and her children
Height: 16.5cm Width: 14cm and smaller

 100-150

003
A SIGNED FLORAL LIMOGES PLAQUE
The framed enamelled plaque depicting a bouquet of flowers in a jug, signed A Jebord Limoges lower right
Height: 20cm Width: 10cm

 300-500

004
A PORTRAIT MINIATURE IN AN EMPIRE STYLE BRONZE FRAME
Circa: 1950
An oval hand painted and signed portrait of a lady in 18th century attire with a plumed hat, housed within an oval bezel and cast rectangular frame with vegetal motifs and a pierced crest with anthemion and swans
Height: 19.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 50-100

005
TWO FRENCH ART DECO ALUMINIUM VASES
Circa: 1930s
A baluster vase and an ovoid vase, both with scalloped rims, one cast with roses the other with an oriental poppy and heads of wheat in high relief and bold overlapping triangles against a textured tooled ground, one with impressed mark of L Bessa, the other with mark of O. Lefebvre
Heights: 20cm and 15cm

 30-50

006
A GROUP OF THREE LIMOGES ENAMELLED PLAQUES
20th century
The framed group of landscape scenes, comprising a scene in autumn tones by F.J. Carmona, a small landscape by Ateliers Bonhomme, and a small autumnal scene by Andre Bureau, all signed with marks of ateliers to images
Height: 20cm Width: 26cm and smaller

 50-100

007
A TRIO OF FRENCH PETITE BRASS HANGING FRAMES
Mid 20th century
A pair of oval beaded and ribbed frames with vegetal motifs and a matching circular frame all suspended from ribbon tied festoons
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-200

008
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HAND MIRROR
Circa: 1920s
A circular bevelled glass set within a pierced fan shaped hammered surround and a similar swollen handle, a tight scrolling tendril motif to the terminal, and applied marguerites to the crest and throat
Length: 29.5cm

 100-150

009
A 1797 COPPER CARTWHEEL TWO PENCE
Designed by Conrad Kuchler, from a minted release of approximately 722,160, depicting the draped laureate bust of George III to the obverse and seated Britannia to the reverse, script to the legends, in crisp condition
Diameter: 41mm

 50-100

010
A VICTORIAN GOTHIC REVIVAL WALNUT WRITING CASKET
Later 19th century
The dome top hinged box with finely figured walnut veneers, with brass studded ivory strapping, oval cartouche and conforming escutcheon, with key
Height: 14.5cm Width: 23cm Depth: 13.5cm

 180-220

011
A FRENCH BRASS FOLDING FIRE GUARD
19th century
A pierced fan shaped guard with eight blades and raised upon a cast foliate base
Height: 60cm Width: 88cm

 200-400

012
A VICTORIAN MOTHER-OF-PEARL EMBELLISHED ROSEWOOD WRITING BOX
Later 19th century
The box with book end veneer edging, white metal stringing and mother-of-pearl buttons centred with veneer dots to the lid and face, a shaped rectangular cartouche and matching escutcheon, the interior lined with moire dove grey taffeta
Height: 12cm Width: 28cm Depth: 20cm

 180-220

013
A PAIR OF FRENCH FIGURAL CAST IRON ANDIRONS
Late 19th century, with anchor CF foundry marks
The andirons with Classical female sphinx style busts both wearing laurel crowns
Height: 19.5cm Width: 36cm

 100-200

014
A NEW AND ACCURATE PLAN OF THE CITIES OF LONDON AND WESTMINSTER INCLUDING NEW ROADS & NEW BUILDINGS
Circa: 1754, the British Library collection houses a 1765 version of this map
A fine, rare, hand coloured map marking the various stairways down to the Thames prior to the building of bridges; Westminster, Blackfryers (sic) and London Bridges marked; map scale 3 inches: 880 yards or 1/2 mile; cartographer unknown
Height: 39cm Width: 66cm

 800-1200

015
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH VINTNERS CELLAR 'LAMPE PIGEON'
Circa: 1886
A small safety lantern developed by Charles Pigeon in 1884 as the world's first non exploding gasoline lamp, fabricated from nickel plated brass, with a slotted handle for wall mounting; stamped with marks of Lampe-Pigeon with French description and various award stamps
Height: 23.5cm

 30-40

016
TWO CASED DAGUERROTYPES: THE HON. JAMES HORATIO NELSON CASSELL (1814-1853) AND MARTHA CASSELL (NEE BRUFORD) (1818-1885)
Mid 19th century
James Cassell was Collector of Customs for Port Phillip and served in the Victorian Legislative Council; their home, Hawksburn House, was later subdivided by Martha and a land parcel was used to construct the existing Hawksburn Railway station
Length: 10cm Width: 8.5cm

 100-150

017
A SIGNIFICANT COLLECTION OF MODEL RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES AND ACCESSORIES
Comprising some thirty locomotives: 16 by Roco (plus carriages), Hornby (14), Marklin (1), Fleischmann (2), Lima (1), plus a Lima Minicon controller, Joueff (1), Minitrix (1), Peco miniature (1), an Eda power pack, track accessories (5 ZPL signals in packaging), two track pieces (Roco), various carriages, catalogue booklets; approximate RRP: $4500 plus
Various sizes

 1000-2000

018
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY BOX
19th century, modern lining
With a vivid flame mahogany lid with walnut cross banding, cartouches and small escutcheon, refurbished and finely lined with dark trellis patterned fabric, with key
Height: 9.5cm Length: 41cm Width: 15cm

 250-350

019
A GROUP OF THREE SMALL ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES AND TWO BRASS CANDLESTICKS
Three petite culinary moulds, a small coffee pot with a riveted handle and hinged lid, a small turned candle stick and a cast brass candlestick with vegetal decoration
Height: 14cm (jug) and smaller

 60-100

020
A FINE ART NOUVEAU RUBY GLASS DUPLEX BANQUET LAMP
Late 19th century
With a plain columnar stem to an elaborate cast vegetal base with fold over petals, having a milk glass font, chimney, original workings and a waisted shade with an optic rib décor and undulating rim
Height: 70cm

 300-500

021
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE SHAGREEN GLASSES CASES
Qing dynasty, 19th century
The two section slip top papier mâché cases, one with the original draw string, and covered in the distinctive green and black skin of stingray or shark skin
Lengths: 16.5cm and 15cm

 50-100

022
AN ANTIQUE IVORY SEWING CASE
Early 20th century, probably German made
A small hinged rectangular ivory case of cushion profile with a press button clasp and a fitted interior enclosing a thimble and a pair of scissors with mark of blademaker, Kruso
Length: 9.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 100-200

023
A FRENCH MARBLE BUST OF A WOMAN
Circa: 1900
The serene contemplative figure of a medieval inspired woman in a diaphanous headscarf, her gown with incised floral decoration to the simple square neckline and sleeves, raised on a waisted base with canted corners, in creamy marble contrasting with mottled cream and grey marble to the gown and base
Height: 45cm Width: 31cm Depth: 18cm

 500-800

024
A SIGNIFICANT COLLECTION OF MECCANO MODEL CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SETS AND PARTS
Comprising boxed sets, large Meccano toolboxes, electronics, a vintage donkey engine, large quantities of parts in containers: cogs, wheels, plates, connectors, girders, tools and so forth and in fine condition
Various shapes and sizes

 400-800

025
AN VINTAGE SINGING BIRD AUTOMATON
20th century, probably German made
A small silvered 'Alpacca' box with engraved details, with key winder and a pop up oval lid enclosing a brightly coloured moving bird that emits realistic bird song operated by tiny bellows
Height: 4.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 6.5cm

 500-800

026
A GROUP OF FOUR ANTIQUE COPPER LONG HANDLED LIDS
19th century
Near flat circular lids of differing sizes each with long rivet joined steel handles
Length: 49cm Diameter: 28.5cm and smaller

 50-80

027
A CLAY PLAQUE AND A SMALL ORNAMENT BY WILLIAM RICKETTS (1899-1993)
The plaque featuring the face of an aboriginal youth in relief, and a tiny ornament with an attached tumbled veined ochre stone, depicting the face of an aboriginal elder; both with inscribed signatures verso
Height: 15cm Width: 11.5cm and smaller

 300-500

028
A MISCELLANY OF ANTIQUE FRENCH TRINKETS
Comprising approximately thirty items: hatpins, folding rule, pocket knives, seals, pens, vanity items, other
Length: 22cm and smaller

 20-40

029
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT WRITING BOX
19th century, with modern lining
The well figured dome top box, finely refurbished with a contemporary cartouche and pale blue lining and key
Height: 15.5cm Length: 30cm Width: 23cm

 250-350

030
TWO FRENCH COPPER WARES: A POT WITH COVER AND AN ANTIQUE POT
A straight-sided pot with twin brass handles and an antique waisted pot with dovetail joins and a swing handle
Height: 10cm Diameter: 21cm and other

 80-100

031
A GROUP OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting group of straight-sided tin lined saucepans with steel handles
Height: 9cm Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 100-200

032
A GROUP OF SEVEN COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting group of straight-side saucepans with steel handles
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 21cm and smaller

 150-250

033
A VINTAGE WOLF PELT (CANIS LUPUS)
Mounted on brown felt
Length: 168cm Width: 108cm

 200-300

034
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON AND A LARGE PITCHER
19th century
A handmade rolled rim cauldron with an iron swing handle, and; a large covered tapering dovetail joined ovoid pot upon a flaring base, a hollow looping handle, the joined collar with a broad cylindrical neck and a fitted lid with long insert
Height: 27cm Diameter: 46cm and other

 100-200

035
TWO VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
Heavy gauge large saucepans with straight sides and steel handles
Height: 14.5cm Diameter: 26.5cm

 80-120

036
A SET OF SEVEN ANTIQUE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A harlequin set of saucepans of graduating size all with steel handles
Height: 14.5cm Diameter: 26cm and smaller

 150-250

037
A LARGE ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON
19th century
The hand-made cauldron with a rolled rim, a separate joined base and an iron swing handle
Height: 25.5cm Diameter: 46.5cm

 100-150

038
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER CAULDRON
19th century
The handmade cauldron with a rolled rim and an iron swing handle
Height: 26cm Diameter: 39cm

 80-120

039
THREE ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES: TWO POTS AND A DAUBIÈRE
19th century
A large preserving pan with a rolled over rim, dovetail joins and brass handles, a similar smaller pan with an antique repair to the rim; and a daubière with large side handles and a recessed lid of typical form
Height: 12cm Diameter: 38cm and smaller

 100-200

040
A SET OF SEVEN COPPER SAUCEPANS
Solid copper straight-sided nesting saucepans with steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 150-250

041
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE FRENCH BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
In a soft satin finish with a mellow patina, the turned sticks of slender tapering form with waisted nozzles with drip pans and spreading tiered bases
Height: 25cm

 50-80

042
AN ANTIQUE 'STIASSNIE OF PARIS' MICROSCOPE
Circa: 1900
The monocular microscope, marked Z 36, with a brass turret and nosepiece with four lenses, a circular stage and supported on a horseshoe base, etched maker's mark to turret
Height: 33cm

 300-400

043
A VERDE ANTICO AND ORMOLU FIGURAL INKWELL AND BLOTTER
19th century
In vigorously veined marble and comprising a spelter figure of a seated gentleman in Renaissance attire between ormolu cast wells, raised on squashed bun feet, and a similar blotter with a foliate ormolu handle
Height: 20cm Width: 31cm Depth: 17cm (inkwell)

 400-600

044
A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TEA CHEST
Circa: 1830
Of sarcophagus shape with a fitted interior comprising two lidded caddies and an aperture for the original glass, now absent, with a mother-of-pearl button decoration to the lid and a matching escutcheon, raised on squashed bun feet, together with a Royal Crown Derby 'Posies' dish and a plate caddy spoon
Height: 17cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 15cm

 100-120

045
AN ART DECO VINTAGE PLASTIC AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL CIGARETTE HOLDER
Circa: 1920s, France
A square section amber coloured holder with a mother-of-pearl diamond and fan patterned border with gilt highlights, housed in a slender kid case with clasp
Length: 11.5cm

 30-60

046
A GEORGIAN PAPIER MÂCHÉ CHINOISERIE SNUFF BOX, A FRENCH ATOMISER AND A BOOK MARK
Early 19th century to 20th century
A hinged box with oriental figures in gold and red colours to the low domed lid; a striped mother-of-pearl cylindrical purse atomiser stamped S A; a mottled green cellulose bookmark with a tiny gilt metal cicada and vegetal motif
Length: 11.5cm (letter opener)

 200-300

047
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TEA CHEST
Early 19th century
The rectangular chest with boxwood edging having a simple mother-of-pearl lozenge escutcheon, the interior with two lidded tea caddies with remnant zinc lining and centred with a cut glass mixing bowl
Height: 15cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14.5cm

 100-200

048
WHERRA, JACK (ACTIVE 1960s-70s)
Kimberley Region, Northern Territory
A pair of carved boab pods with figures and animals, signed Jack Wherra to the collar of both

 100-200

049
A VINTAGE FRENCH BRASS COFFEE POT, PAIL AND SHOVEL
Early to mid 20th century
A conical coffee pot with a tiered domed lid with ball finial and a bracket scroll handle; a tapering waisted pail with a domed foot and swing handle accompanied by a shovel with a turned handle and hook
Height: 30cm and smaller

 40-50

050
A PAIR OF ART DECO PATINATED SPELTER AND MARBLE BIRD BOOKENDS
1930s
In chocolate and gold bronze lustre colours depicting birds posed on stony plinths, raised on veined black marble bases
Height: 11.5cm Width: 11cm Depth: 7cm

 140-180

051
A PAIR OF PATINATED SPELTER AND MARBLE BIRD BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The golden bronzed birds perched on brickwork plinths with a verdigris finish, raised on black marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 7cm

 150-180

052
A PAIR OF FRENCH CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th century
The knopped baluster sticks raised upon domed bases, lavishly cast and chased with vegetal and scrolling motifs in the Rococo revival manner with Art Nouveau influences
Height: 20.5cm

 250-350

053
A PAIR OF ART DECO PATINATED SPELTER AND MARBLE ELEPHANT BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The opposite pair of trumpeting elephants in green patinated colours upon mottled beige and cream marble bases
Height: 16.5cm Width: 22cm Depth: 10cm

 200-300

054
A PAIR OF SIGNED ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE ALSATIAN BOOKENDS
1930s, incised mark of Tedd to the tails
The opposite pair in bronze and copper colours posed as seated Alsatian dogs and raised on black brown marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Width: 15cm Depth: 8cm

 150-200

055
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOXER
Early 20th century
The boxer in trunks and boots in a sparring position, in deep bronze colours and signed in relief to the square base, possibly Rapin
Height: 25.5cm

 150-250

056
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A PETANQUE PLAYER
Circa: 1900
In deep bronze tones, the well patinated figure of a young man in long trousers and rolled-up shirt sleeves posed ready to execute a throw, raised on a square base, incised signature of Ruffony, relief cartouche 'France' to side
Height: 40cm

 200-300

057
A PAIR OF SIGNED ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE DEER BOOKENDS
1930s, signed Gallon in relief to the foliage
The opposite pair of elegant high stepping deer amidst stylised foliage, upon veined black marble bases
Height: 20.5cm Width: 15cm Depth: 8cm

 150-300

058
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOWLER
Circa: 1900
In light golden bronze tones, the figure of a young man in long trousers, rolled up shirt sleeves and a cap, in the throes of delivering an over arm bowl, upon a square base; unmarked
Height: 27cm

 150-250

059
A BRONZE LION BY THOMAS CARTIER (1879-1943)
In a green patinated finish, the naturalistic model of a roaring male lion upon a craggy base, with incised mark of Cartier to base
Height: 36cm Width: 50cm Depth: 18cm

 1200-1500

060
TWO GILDED SPELTER FIGURES BY JULIEN CAUSSÉ (1869-1914)
19th century
The Art Nouveau maidens, one holding a flower (with title plaque now rubbed), the other entitled 'Derniere Feuille' raised upon copper coloured waisted plinths with faux marble bases; both with inscribed marks of J Caussé
Height: 62cm

 600-1000

061
A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE OF MERCURY AFTER GIAMBOLOGNA
19th century, engraved mark of 'Jean de Bologne' to base
After the Renaissance original and depicting Mercury posed with one foot upon a zephyr, raised on a cotton reel shaped red marble and bronze base with bas relief decoration of putti engaged in the art of sculpture
Height: 80cm

 300-500

062
A FINE COLD PAINTED SPELTER AND IVOREEN ART DECO FIGURAL GROUP BY DEMÈTRE CHIPARUS (1886-1947)
A woman in a flowing green dress and a modish cloche, with ivoreen arms and painted face, accompanied by three goats nibbling at flowers, raised on a long vibrant brown onyx base with contrasting panels to the face, lightly incised signature of D.H.Chiparus to the base
Height: 48cm Width: 84.5cm Depth: 18cm

 7000-9000

063
A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE OF A BACCHANALIAN PUTTO
19th century
A reposing putto in polished golden brown tones draped in a darker toned fur wrap, a garland of fruiting vine leaves about his head and holding a goblet, upon a rustic ground upon an oval veined black marble base; unmarked
Height: 22cm Width: 22cm Depth: 13cm

 450-800

064
A PAIR OF ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER AND MARBLE BUDGERIGAR BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
A pair of posed birds in cream and mid green colours on stylised foliage upon white veined grey black marble bases
Height: 14.5cm Width: 12cm Depth: 7cm

 150-200

065
A BRONZE HORSE AFTER LOUIS-ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)
The naturalistic model of a trotting horse raised on a rectangular veined brown marble base; incised signature to the plate
Height: 20.5cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 7cm

 120-150

066
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A SHOT-PUT THROWER
Circa: 1900
In deep bronze tones, the well patinated figure of a young man in baggy shorts and a singlet positioned to deliver a shot, incised signature of Ruffony to the rough base, with relief cartouche 'France' to side
Height: 43cm

 200-400

067
A FINE PAIR OF ART DECO MAX LE VERRIER BRONZE SQUIRREL BOOKENDS
1930s, impressed mark of M. Le Verrier to the bronze foot
Stylised squirrels in bold geometric forms with a deep green patinated finish and raised on portoro marble bases
Height: 19.5cm Width: 16cm Depth: 7cm

 500-1000

068
AN ART DECO SPELTER PANTHER ON A MARBLE BASE
Circa: 1930s
A walking growling panther in deep chocolate colours upon a veined light grey marble rectangular base with rounded ends
Height: 18cm Width: 38cm Depth: 12cm

 200-300

069
A PAIR OF ART DECO COLOURED BRONZE AND MARBLE PIGEON BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The opposite pair of gold birds with green colours to the head and tail feathers perched upon red tiled roof, upon mottled grey marble bases and sides, incised 'bronze' to base of fence
Height: 10cm Width: 12cm Depth: 6cm

 150-200

070
AN ART NOUVEAU STYLE SPELTER FIGURE, AFTER RUCHOT
Early 20th century
The bronzed figure of a maiden 'Brise Printanière', raised on a naturalistic grassy base, and a faux red marble plinth, with name plaque and incised signature
Height: 44cm

 300-500

071
AN ART DECO FIGURE OF A SPELTER TIGER
Circa: 1930s
A crouching and growling tiger amidst vegetation, in a chocolate gold lustre finish and raised on bold angular shards of red veined grey marble faced with contrasting stone and raised on a veined and granitic dark marble plinth
Height: 22cm Width: 45cm Depth: 12cm

 400-700

072
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE GOLDFISH BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The opposite pair in bronze colours posed as leaping goldfish upon streaked and veined beige marble bases
Height: 14.5cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 6.5cm

 120-180

073
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE DEER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The pair, one grazing, the other alert, in bronzed colours upon black marble bases with rounded edges
Height: 20cm Width: 20cm Depth: 10.5cm

 150-250

074
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A HUNTING HOUND BY CLOVIS EDMUND MASSON (1838-1913)
Naturalistically modelled as a spaniel following a scent, in golden bronze colours upon a darker rustic base, incised signature of C. Masson to base with incised mark of Salon des Beaux Arts
Height: 21.5cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13cm

 300-500

075
AN ART NOUVEAU SPELTER FIGURE BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Late 19th century
The allegorical figure of a Classical maiden in flowing attire cradling a scroll in her left arm and holding a garland of laurel leaves in her outstretched right hand; impressed mark of Aug. Moreau to base and relief mark, 'France'
Height: 62.5cm

 200-400

076
A BRONZE FIGURE, 'DEVOIR CIVIQUE' BY EUGENE MARIOTON (1854-1925)
Circa: 1904
The majestic figure of a gesturing swordsmith standing by an anvil, the tools of his trade by his feet, title incised to the square base, incised signature, Eug. Marioton to the side; with presentation inscription from 'La Societe Generale de Secours Mutuels de Troyes' to their president, M. Hippolyte Daunay
Height: 62cm

 1000-2000

077
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s
In deep bronze colours with the handsome foliage picked out in gilt, the walking pheasant posed on a long white veined black marble base faced with portoro marble and cream onyx panels
Height: 28cm Width: 60cm Depth: 16cm

 400-500

078
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF AN ARCHER
Circa: 1920s
In a green painted verdigris finish depicting a muscular and tense male archer on one knee holding an ivoreen bow and poised ready to shoot, raised on a Belgian black marble rectangular base with shallow block feet; unmarked
Height: 44cm Width: 55cm Depth: 10cm

 450-650

079
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER SEAGULL BY H. LECHESNE
Circa: 1920s
A seagull in gold colours in full flight touching the crest of a green and gold coloured wave and raised on a portoro marble base; inscribed mark of H. Lechesne to lower image
Height: 38cm Width: 72cm Depth: 24cm

 500-700

080
A COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURE OF A PHEASANT BY IRÉNÉE ROCHARD
Circa: 1930
The figure of a proud pheasant, the handsome plumage picked out in gold, raised upon a navette shaped black marble support above a long black marble base with rounded ends, etched mark of Rochard to the base
Height: 34cm Width: 53cm Depth: 14cm

 400-500

081
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A SNARLING LION BY THOMAS-FRANCOIS CARTIER (1879-1943)
A stalking tense lion in golden brown colours upon a tiered rockwork style base, incised signature of T. Cartier
Height: 30cm Width: 58cm Depth: 21cm

 400-800

082
A FINE SILVERED BRONZE ART DECO DANCER BY J.D GUIRANDE
Circa: 1930s
The female semi-clad dancer in a Grecian gown, holding a crescent shape and looking back at a seated faun playing his pipes, upon a bronze base on a portoro marble plinth, incised mark to bronze base
Height: 62cm Width: 57cm Depth: 10.5cm

 6000-8000

083
A SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF ALSATIAN DOGS BY LOUIS-ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)
Two naturalistically modelled dogs, one reclining and one standing, raised upon a two toned stepped portoro and veined yellow ochre marble base, incised signature of L. Carvin lower to base
Height: 49cm Width: 61cm Depth: 23cm

 450-650

083a
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1930s
A pair of fleeing antelopes, one mortally wounded by an arrow, in dark and copper lustre colours upon a mottled yellow marble base faced with portoro marble with onyx inserts, signature of Limousin to the reverse at base of vegetation
Height: 38cm Width: 85cm Depth: 15cm

 400-600

084
AN ART DECO LUSTRED SPELTER PHEASANT GROUP ON A MARBLE BASE
Circa: 1930s
A pair of walking pheasants well coloured in muted and lustrous russet, gold and chocolate colours supported on a stepped and faceted creamy marble long base with portoro marble and celadon onyx coloured trims to the face
Height: 30cm Width: 72cm Depth: 15cm

 500-600

085
AN ART DECO LUSTRED SPELTER PANTHER GROUP ON A MARBLE AND ONYX BASE
Circa: 1930s
A pair of walking panthers, one growling, in chocolate and gold lustre colours upon a long rectangular base in yellow ochre and brown onyx colours trimmed with cream onyx and veined black marble
Height: 20cm Width: 70cm Depth: 15cm

 250-350

086
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN AND DOG BY L.BRUNS
Circa: 1920s-30s
The deep bronze coloured figure of a reclining woman in a short tunic accompanied by her hound, upon a two tiered contrasting portoro and mottled yellow ochre base, lightly incised signature of L. Bruns to base
Height: 24cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 400-600

087
AN ART DECO SPELTER PANTHER
Circa: 1920s-30s
The green patinated figure of a prowling panther upon a veined cream marble plinth faced with alternate rouge and cream crackle marble
Height: 19cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 450-650

088
A VICTORIAN BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century
Of simple architectural form, the enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a plinth surmounted by a shaped arching feature and raised upon an extended base, lightly incised with vegetal motifs and having verde antico trims; with key and pendulum
Height: 27.5cm Width: 21cm Depth: 13.5cm

 100-200

089
A LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark to dial of Au Carillon & R. Villers, Chauny
The enamel dial with Arabic numerals raised upon a grotto and flanked by a pair of male and female running figures attired in antique dress and holding a festoon, upon a red marble base; with key and sunburst mask pendulum
Height: 49.5cm Width: 44cm Depth: 18cm

 600-800

090
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mid 19th century
The figure of a writer upon a rocky support with a pierced bocage and enclosing the enamel dial with Roman numerals, a white marble plinth below encased in a pierced Neoclassical base with acanthus scroll feet, central crest and dog's head mask, with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 14cm

 500-800

091
A STRIKING ART DECO CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, mark of Cannuel L'Orient to the dial
In vigorously mottled grey marble with a clear glass case enclosing an octagonal dial and stepped bronze pendulum, surmounted by a pyramidal arch with a similar bronze motif, with shaped buttresses and raised on a tiered base, the side pieces of conforming shape and decoration; with key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 24.5cm Depth: 13cm

 500-800

092
A FRENCH THREE PIECE BLACK MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with mark of A.D Mougin
With a drum head with a visible escapement and Roman numerals within a fine bezel above a glazed compartment with a mercury regulator pendulum, embellished with volutes and red marble details, extended fluted columns and demi-lune bases with Classical bas reliefs, with conforming tazze; key and pendulum
Height: 48cm Width: 39cm Depth: 19cm (clock)

 1200-2500

093
A FRENCH EGYPTIAN REVIVAL MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark for Georges Verger et Fils
A gold marble clock with gong strike and mercury pendulum displayed in a glazed compartment, the dial with enamel chapter ring and Roman numerals within an engine turned bezel, surmounted by a sphinx and flanked by angled supports, the obelisk style tazze conforming; key and pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 33cm Depth: 14cm (clock) Height: 24cm (urn)

 800-1200

094
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND ONYX FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, key and pendulum
Of trapezium form with a diamond shaped dial set with Arabic numerals and surmounted by a cold painted female figure of a woman in a halter dress holding a bird, faced with vigorously mottled tan and cream onyx with contrasting side panels; the rectangular plinth style side pieces embellished with two tone onyx
Height: 36cm Width: 37cm Depth: 10cm (clock)

 300-500

095
A LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with stamp of A.D. Moulin to mechanism
The ornate clock with an urn finial and pagoda top above a profusely pierced and decorated case enclosing a fine dial with an enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals centred with a cast roundel set within a fine bezel, upon an extended ornate base; with key and pendulum
Height: 55cm Width: 28cm Depth: 11cm

 600-1000

096
A NAPOLEON III SÈVRES STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century
The clock with a porcelain scenic dial with Roman numeral cartouches set within an architectural body with an arching crest surmounted by a garland and husk decorated porcelain urn, a romantic pastoral painted scene to the lower body and raised on griffin supports
Height: 42.5cm Width: 23.5cm Depth: 18cm

 800-1500

097
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU AND ALABASTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, mechanism marked 'Gve Rey Jne breveté
The drum head with an enamel dial and Roman numerals, with pierced and cast scroll work, trophies emblematic of the harvest and a floral urn finial, to the side a country maiden holding a shallow basket of produce, upon a shaped onyx base with applied coloured enamel lappets and chains; key and pendulum
Height: 33cm Width: 35cm Depth: 16cm

 500-800

098
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
Richly cast and chased with Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a demi-lune base adorned with ferns, flora and sinuous trailing vines, surmounted by a reclining female figure upon a grassy base holding a posy and a wreath; with key and pendulum
Height: 34cm Width: 42cm Depth: 11cm

 450-650

099
A BOLD ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1920s
A silver and bronze coloured cold painted figure of a high stepping dancer holding the hem of her skirt in a crescent shape beside stepped a chequer board arrangement of brown and cream onyx to a quarter circle enclosing the square dial, raised on a two tone long base; with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 45cm Depth: 10.5cm

 500-600

100
A FINE FRENCH NEO RENAISSANCE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1820s-30s, with mark of Heyraud a Lyon to dial, and gold medal stamp and mark of Honoré Pons 1827 to mechanism
A finely cast rectangular clock with a fruiting finial and a shaped spreading base, in contrasting ormolu and bronze colours with fluted and spiral columns with finials and formal scroll, shield and fleur-de-lys motifs; with key and pendulum
Height: 31cm Width: 19cm Depth: 12cm

 2200-3200

101
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1840s, with maker's mark for Constantin Detouche,
An enamel dial with roman numerals and minute markings set within a rustic drum head surmounted by a female figure emblematic of the harvest, playing a tambourine, raised on a waisted plinth with scrolling vegetal motifs and a shell enclosed mascaron above acanthus scroll feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 25cm Depth: 10cm

 800-1200

102
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères, key and pendulum
A waisted clock upon an integral shaped base, cast and pierced in the rocaille manner with a profusion of flowers, trophies, scrolling leafy forms, surmounted by a cupid holding a lyre, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings with mark of Lagarde H.Er du Lycée Charlemagne, à Paris
Height: 52cm Width: 45cm Depth: 24cm

 3000-5000

103
A GILT BRONZE CARRIAGE STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
Later 1880s, with entwined initial and four star trademark for Japy Frères
With a plain rectangular body with applied cast trims to the edges and a shaped extended cornice and base with integral splayed feet, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and a secondary dial
Height: 23cm Width: 15cm Depth: 12cm

 200-300

104
A FINE THREE PIECE ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti et Cie; with key and pendulum
Finely cast and chased, having a drum head with an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings, an urn finial, 'epaulettes' to the shoulders with relief and chased decoration, upon a waisted plinth and an extended base with leaf embellishments, cabochons and a mascaron; the side candlesticks conforming
Height: 41cm Width: 33cm Depth: 16cm (clock)

 1800-2800

105
A FRENCH ORMOLU AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century
A medieval inspired clock having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings set within a raised drum above a Romanesque style arch and pillars framing a grotto, a pair of medieval attired female figures to the sides, one holding a dove, raised on a fretwork base set with Sèvres style porcelain plaques
Height: 55.5cm Width: 50cm Depth: 17cm

 1600-2200

106
AN ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
19th century, with mark of Rodier of Paris with 1827 gold medal stamp
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a decorative bezel surmounted by a cast urn with vegetal handles and flanked by scrolling vegetal buttresses with finials, a trophy embellishment to the facade and a shaped base with oak leaf and ribbon decorations, above toupie feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37.5cm Width: 20.5cm Depth: 12cm

 1200-1800

107
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT AND PORCELAIN MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With Sèvres style decoration, having a porcelain bleu-celeste floral dial with Roman numeral cartouches set within a drum decorated with buttress style scrolls, festoons and surmounted by a porcelain urn, the base set with a floral plaque; with key and pendulum
Height: 35.5cm Width: 22.5cm Depth: 11cm

 1000-2000

108
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1930s, the dial with mark of Maigne Brive; key and pendulum
The square clock with an enamel dial and Arabic numerals set within a veined ochre marble body with rouge marble panels, surmounted by a fashionable seated girl in a Grecian gown holding a large ostrich feather fan, an applied stylised floral motif with berries to the lower body; with conforming rectangular side pieces
Height: 38cm Width: 29cm Depth: 10cm

 300-400

109
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with mark of L.P Japy et Cie, 1878; key and pendulum
Finely cast with a reclining pelt draped cupid with bow and arrow, a side drum head enclosing an enamel dial marked Bruet, St Denis and draped with dead game, the waisted oval base embellished with floral emblems, pierced vegetal forms, and a central cast trophy with attributes of the hunt
Height: 37cm Width: 47cm Depth: 18cm

 1500-2500

110
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for S. Marti et Cie
With a drum head enclosing an enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and minute markings, surmounted by an urn and flanked by scrolling leaf forms and grape embellished buttresses, raised on a shaped base with drop and toupie feet, with applied ribbon, bead and acanthus decorations; key and pendulum
Height: 38.5cm Width: 22cm Depth: 13.5cm

 800-1200

111
A FRENCH SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's trademark, FC with cog
The female figure titled 'Retours des Hirondelles' (returning swallows) reclining on a bed of wheat ears beside a barrel shaped drum enclosing an enamel dial with Arabic numerals and minute markings, raised upon a tiered mottled red marble base and foliate capped feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 30.5cm Width: 36.5cm Depth: 13cm

 250-350

112
A BRONZE FRENCH GOTHIC REVIVAL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
Architecturally inspired with a dark bronze dial with enamel Roman numeral cartouches set within a pierced body flanked by pillars and scrolling side embellishments, surmounted by a pointed arch with pierced fan light, buttresses and an urn finial, the base with lappet style feet and a cabochon decoration; key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 23cm Depth: 11cm

 600-900

113
AN ARCHITECTURAL ORMOLU LOUIS XVI STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères, key and pendulum
Having an enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and minute markings set within a temple body flanked by fluted columns, garlands and finials to the pediment surmounted by an urn with griffin handles, the tiered base with rope and acanthus borders and a central mascaron, raised on square section shaped feet
Height: 40cm Width: 26cm Depth: 14.5cm

 1000-2000

114
A FINE ORMOLU AND MARBLE LOUIS XVI STYLE FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark OC with star within a fleur-de-lis
Having a drum head set with a fine enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and minute markings, surmounted by an urn and flanked by an animated putto playing a tambourine, raised on a stepped and recessed white marble base with applied bead borders and a festooned frieze, raised on toupie feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 30cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 800-1000

115
AN ORMOLU CARTEL CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XV STYLE
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
Lavishly cast and pierced with rocaille forms, and having an enamel dial with blue Roman numerals, minute markings and pierced hands; with key and pendulum
Length: 52cm Width: 29cm

 800-1200

116
AN ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: early 19th century, key and pendulum
The clock with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a rectangular plinth dressed with applied pierced trophies and spandrels, surmounted by a lyre and laurel wreath and flanked by an elegantly posed Grecian woman reading a book, raised on a rectangular base with relief trophy decorations and toupie feet
Height: 34cm Width: 22cm Depth: 9.5cm

 900-1200

117
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1889, with maker's mark with date for S. Marti et Cie; with key and pendulum
With an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and a visible escapement set within a decorative bezel, the case with engraved and coloured spandrels, stylised floral motifs flanked by green onyx pillars and surmounted by a shaped arching pediment, upon an extended base, with onyx trims and floral details throughout
Height: 42cm Width: 35cm Depth: 16cm

 100-200

118
A LARGE ART NOUVEAU/NEOCLASSICAL FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1900, with stamp of Samuel Marti to mechanism
The clock with a reclining classical maiden on a bow front veined marble vase, the drum on a shaped plinth behind with an enamel dial, shield crest and trailing flowers, the side pedestal vases upon conforming marble bases with applied cupids, masks and flora; with key and pendulum
Height: 49cm Width: 55cm Depth: 27cm

 1000-2000

119
A FRENCH FIGURAL GLOBE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century
Depicting 'Jour et Nuit' with two bronzed spelter female figures in draping attire holding aloft a black globe dotted with stars and having Roman numerals and pierced gilt hands, raised on a rectangular mottled orange marble base with lavishly cast foliate and pierced gilded feet
Height: 77cm Width: 37cm Depth: 21cm

 1300-1800

120
A CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION BOWL
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Decorated with gilt enriched brocaded borders and cloud reserves with alternate figural narrative scenes and birds and insects amidst foliage and fruits
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18cm

 100-200

121
A SMALL ROSE CANTON FAMILLE ROSE DISH
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
An oval dish with a central octagonal medallion enclosed by four fan reserves all enamel decorated with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Length: 21cm Width: 16.5cm

 50-100

122
A VINTAGE TIBETAN WHEEL OF LIFE THANGKA
20th century
A traditional hand painted depiction in opaque distemper colours, with a demon holding the wheel, divided and illustrating twelve causes and consequences, the inner section depicting the various worlds of Rebirth
Length: 80cm Width: 65cm

 200-400

123
TWO CHINESE OPAL SNUFF BOTTLES AND A LACQUERWARE SNUFF BOTTLE
The white opal bottles, one with vibrant green inflections carved in relief to both sides with phoenix and dragon, with stand; a high shouldered bottle with fiery mauve veins, carved to one face with a carp; and a cushion profile lacquered bottle inlaid with patterns in gold and abalone shell
Height: 6.5cm Width: 5.5cm and smaller

 50-100

124
A SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY VOTIVE CASE WITH NETSUKE AND OJIME
Meiji period, 1865-1912
A two door case profusely relief carved with lotus borders and panels of figures to the reverse, exterior and interior doors and opening to reveal a carved figure of the Buddha, with a cord threaded through side channels and attached to a carved ojime bead and a netsuke of a man carrying a sack holding a creature
Length: 10cm Width: 8cm

 500-800

125
A FAMILLE ROSE VASE
The baluster vase with a waisted neck and flattened rim, with twin dog of fo lug handles and pairs of applied chilongs to the collar, profusely enamel decorated with flora, fruits, phoenix and insects
Height: 20.5cm

 80-120

126
A PAIR OF CHINESE BOWLS
Imported for Geraldine Cooper Interiors, rustic oviform bowls having waisted necks and raised on circular foot rims, with elephant head lug handles and decorated throughout with figures in a garden setting on a crackle ground; boxed; original RRP $495
Heights: 14.5cm and 12.5cm

 80-120

127
A CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION PLATE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The plate decorated with gilt enriched brocaded borders and four shaped reserves with alternate figural narrative scenes and birds and insects amidst foliage and fruits
Diameter: 22cm

 100-150

128
A ROSE CANTON PLATE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
With a central cloud roundel and shaped cartouches to the rim richly decorated with birds and insects amidst auspicious flora and fruits, the gilded brocade borders populated with insects and bats
Diameter: 21cm

 50-80

129
THREE CHINESE IMARI PLATES
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A pair of plates with fluted borders and a larger plate with a lobed rim, with underglaze blue reserves alternating with floral reserves in apricot, iron red, green and pale mauve grey colours, and floral motifs to central medallions between concentric blue rings
Diameter: 21.5cm

 80-120

130
A SET OF THREE MATCHING ROSE CANTON SOUP BOWLS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The large shallow bowls richly decorated to four fan reserves and a central octagonal medallion with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 25cm

 100-200

131
A JAPANESE SHUNGA WOODBLOCK PRINT
Edo period, 19th century
The double page woodblock print of erotic subject matter, with blocks of script to image; margins obscured by framing
Height: 22cm Width: 32.5cm

 150-250

132
TOKURIKI, TOMIKICHIRO (1902-1999)
Kyoto temple, Winter
Woodblock on paper, signed in characters lower right with red bordered publisher's seal of Uchida Bijutsu Hangashi
Height: 26.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 50-100

133
A FINE SATSUMA AND GILT BRONZE BANQUET LAMP
Meiji period, late 19th century
The slender ovoid lamp base with four alternating reserves of figural narratives and auspicious blossoms between brocaded borders, upon cast bronze mounts, with brass lamp fittings, a clear glass chimney and a milk glass spherical shade decorated with gilt dragons and bats
Height: 68cm

 500-1000

134
A CHINESE IMARI DISH
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A lobed dish with a central underglaze blue roundel within a cross hatched border, the cavetto with three ruyi fungus heads and alternating red and white shaped reserves with 'three friends of winter' vegetation, underglaze blue sprigs to the exterior
Diameter: 22cm

 30-50

135
A HUANG-HUALI BRUSH POT
20th century
Carved in one piece and modelled as a tree trunk
Height: 16.5cm

 500-800

136
A PART KUTANI TEA SET
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising a globular teapot with a domed lid and a foliate finial, a conforming covered sugar basin and eight saucers with shaped reserves enclosing figural narratives and landscape scenes upon patterned grounds, with gilt and iron red borders; two character marks underside
Height: 14.5cm (jug) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 30-50

137
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE EXPORT WARE COVERED JAR
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
In the Qianlong manner, the tapering ovoid vase with a domed cover and onion knop decorated with floral bouquets and sprigs in puce, pink, apple and viridian green colours, with patterned diaper style borders to the collar and lid with cloud and scroll cartouches; unmarked
Height: 36cm

 100-200

138
A JAPANESE SPELTER FIGURE OF A GEISHA
Early 20th century
The black cold painted figure of a kneeling geisha engaged in a ceremony, original vintage paper label underside
Height: 14.5cm

 40-60

139
A SIGNED SATSUMA TRIO
Taisho period, 1920s, mark of probably Futaji beneath Shimazu family crest
The cup of low bowl form with a loop handle with associated saucer and plate all decorated with three figures engaged in a narrative in a landscape setting beneath trailing wisteria, bordered red cartouche underside
Diameter: 18.5cm and 14cm (plate, saucer) Height: 5cm (cup)

 50-80

140
A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Meiji period, later 19th century
The shippo-yaki baluster vase with a trumpet neck in copper and umber colours, with various wired floral, lappet and scale borders, the body with four large blue and green lappets with foil inclusions and embellished with writhing dragons
Height: 32cm

 400-600

141
A RIBBED IMARI VASE
Meiji period, later 19th century
The baluster vase with a waisted neck moulded with a pair of writhing dragons upon a reserved ground decorated with flora and fantastic bird motifs in typical cobalt and iron red colours with touches of yellow and green
Height: 31.5cm

 200-300

142
A JAPANESE LACQUER WARE TEA CHEST
Meiji period, later 19th century
The rectangular hinged box with a decorative circular escutcheon sparingly decorated with fruits and birds, the lid with two diagonal panels in black and red, the interior with twin similarly decorated lift out lids, with remnant zinc lining to the compartments
Height: 13cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 50-80

143
A ROSE CANTON TUREEN IN THE WESTERN TASTE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The rectangular tureen with canted corners with a domed lid and pinecone finial, richly decorated to the lid and interior with octagonal and fan reserves decorated with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Height: 13cm Length: 24cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

144
A ROSE CANTON COVERED SUGAR BOWL
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The waisted bowl with a flattened rim and a domed lid with knop finial, richly decorated to shaped reserves and roundels with birds and insects amidst foliage and auspicious fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Height: 13cm Diameter: 14cm

 50-80

145
A ROSE CANTON TEAPOT IN THE WESTERN TASTE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The waisted teapot with flattened shoulders, scrolling handle and spout and a domed lid, richly decorated to shaped reserves and roundels with birds and insects amidst foliage and auspicious fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Height: 20cm Diameter: 18.5cm Width: 27cm

 120-180

146
A SET OF SIX MATCHING ROSE CANTON PLATES
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The plates richly decorated to four fan reserves and a central octagonal medallion with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Diameter: 25cm

 300-500

147
A ROSE CANTON PLATTER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The platter richly decorated to four fan reserves and a central octagonal medallion with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Length: 33.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 100-150

148
A ROSE CANTON PLATTER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The platter richly decorated to four fan reserves and a central octagonal medallion with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Length: 36cm Width: 31cm

 100-200

149
A ROSE CANTON PLATTER
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The platter richly decorated to four fan reserves and a central octagonal medallion with birds and insects amidst auspicious foliage and fruits upon a gilded brocade ground
Length: 39.5cm Width: 33.5cm

 100-200

150
A SMALL ANTIQUE CHINESE IVORY RELIEF CARVED PLAQUE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
Depicting a figure gesturing towards a female deity hovering upon clouds, in a traditional landscape setting with rockwork and mountains, a bridge and pine trees
Length: 14cm Width: 9cm

 50-100

151
A SOAPSTONE FIGURE OF A GUANYIN
In modulating olive green colours flecked with black depicting a contemplative Guanyin holding a vessel of flowers, raised on a mottled chocolate and buff double lotus base
Height: 31cm

 300-500

152
A PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE TRUMPET VASES
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
In the Qianlong manner, the pair of vases with slightly flaring bases decorated with floral bouquets and sprigs in puce, pink, apple and viridian green colours, with patterned diaper style borders with scrolled cartouches to the rims; unmarked
Height: 23cm

 100-200

153
A BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX
A shaped rectangular box with cover decorated with phoenix and dragon with arabesques and trailing foliage; bearing a bordered apocryphal Ming mark underside
Height: 6.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 350-450

154
A GROUP OF FOUR SMALL JADE TOGGLES
Probably Ming and Qing Dynasties
A tiny lion dog toggle with a soft worn patina, probably Ming, in celadon colours flecked with amber, and three later animals, a pig, fish and a dog in white and celadon colours
Length: 4.5cm and smaller

 400-500

155
A PAIR OF CHINESE CHICKEN WINE CUPS
Modern
Flat based doucai cups with a lively continuous scene of a cockerel with hen and chickens in a garden, between concentric blue lines; apocryphal Chengua marks underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 8.5cm

 500-700

156
A BRONZE RELIEF DECORATED CUP
Republic period, early 20th century
The cup of ogee profile and raised on a small foot ring, with continuous relief decoration of phoenix amidst clouds below an arabesque border, a shou medallion to the interior, the body with mottled splashed gold colours, apocryphal bordered Qianlong marks in relief underside
Height: 5cm Diameter: 10cm

 500-700

157
A SQUARE HARDSTONE SEAL
Republic era, early 20th century
In veined and mottled creamy grey stone, signed and dated to one face and with seal script underside with remnant ink colours
Height: 4cm Length: 8cm Width: 8cm

 400-600

158
A CHINESE REPUBLIC ERA BOOK WITH JADE PLAQUES
Mid 20th century
Within hard covers, the eight jade plaques incised to both sides with antique script, seals, dragon and Buddha images in gilt; impressed seal marks to covers
Length: 23cm Width: 14.5cm

 600-800

159
A SET OF CHINESE JADE PRAYER BEADS WITH BOX
20th century
Eighteen bright viridian beads with metallic separators, united by an amethyst bead with an engraved pink quartz bead and two amber drops and housed in a lacquer ware 'bi-disc' shaped box with engraved dragon decoration
Length: 33cm (beads) Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 19cm (box)

 400-600

160
A PAIR OF PETITE CHINESE JADE STEM CUPS AND A JADE GOOSE
People's Republic Era
The near translucent cups flecked with deep and light colours; and a goose in a pale celadon hue
Height: 5.5cm (beakers)

 200-250

161
A FIGURAL SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL
20th century
In vigorously mottled orange red and beige stone in the form of a plinth surmounted by a frog on a lotus leaf, with seal script underside with remnant red ink colours
Height: 11.5cm

 300-500

162
A CHINESE EXPORT WARE FAMILLE ROSE PUNCH BOWL
Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
In the Qianlong manner, the bowl with decorated with floral bouquets and sprigs in puce, pink, apple and viridian green colours to white moriage enamel shaped reserves and centred with a large floral arrangement, the rims decorated with red and gilt fleur-de-lys borders
Height: 13cm Diameter: 29cm

 200-400

163
A KOREAN STAND-UP MIRROR COSMETICS AND JEWELLERY BOX
19th to early 20th century
Sensitively restored, the traditional rectangular case with white metal strapping and hardware, a long lower drawer with a hinged lid opening to reveal the mirror, fabric lined with red and beige fabric
Height: 15.5cm Width: 27cm Depth: 36.5cm

 300-400

164
A FRAMED PORCELAIN PLAQUE
A signed plaque enamel decorated and depicting two birds in a willow tree with flowering peony in colours to lower section, with a traditional timber frame
Height: 61.5cm Width: 39cm

 650-850

165
A LARGE JAPANESE EARTHENWARE VASE
Showa period, 20th century
A baluster vase with a fold over leafy rim and applied scroll handles, the body in a matte mottled stoneware glaze, decorated with lappet borders and roundels decorated with pavilion gardens scenes and dragons in muted green, pale blue and mauve moriage enamel; iron red painted marks underside including Dai Nippon mark
Height: 55.5cm

 50-100

166
A CHINESE BALUSTER VASE
The large vase with a waisted neck and trumpet neck, glazed with maroon and lilac colours on a white mauve ground; impressed mark underside
Height: 51.5cm

 40-60

167
A LARGE CHINESE BRONZE AND CLOISONNÉ JARDINIÈRE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The footed jardinière with relief panels of phoenix and dragon in colours above a wavy ground, lappets enclosing stylised flora below and the foot with flowers and fungus borders upon a diaper ground
Height: 40cm Diameter: 50cm

 500-800

168
A DECORATIVE JAPANESE HARDWOOD INLAID SHODANA CABINET
Meiji period, 1868-1912
An openwork cabinet with a series of asymmetrical tiered shelves carved and pierced with flora and birds, three cupboards and two drawers with gold lacquer, applied mother-of-pearl, shell and ivory decoration upon a waisted lotus carved base with square legs and whorl feet
Height: 126cm Width: 83cm Depth: 34cm

 800-1500

169
A LARGE CHINESE HARDWOOD TABLE
A waisted plank top mitred table above carved scrolling spandrels and an undulating skirt and stretchers decorated with pierced knot and money motifs and carved plaques with figural scenes, substantial square section legs with block feet
Height: 87cm Length: 186cm Width: 74cm

 800-1200

170
A JUN WARE BRUSHWASH BOWL
20th century
Of low set compressed form with an inverted rim and raised on a small foot ring, decorated with a modulating teal glaze with a single suffused purple puddle to the interior with fine red veining and cream cells
Height: 4cm Diameter: 14cm

 400-600

171
A FRENCH ART NOUVEAU .800 SILVER NAPKIN RING
Circa: 1900, with mark of Charles Murat to cartouche and small article stamp
The ring with undulating rims and sinuous whiplash motifs in low relief; hallmarked to exterior
Silver weight: 36gr
Diameter: 5cm

 30-50

172
FOUR STERLING SILVER WARES: A VASE, A SALT AND PEPPER PAIR, ONE PEPPER POT, AND A SILVER PLATED BOX
Late 19th - early 20th century, Chester, Birmingham, American, various makers
A spiral pedestal pepper pot, a faceted stem vase, a pair of elaborately cast and chased foliate salt and pepper pots by Baltimore Silversmiths; and a navette shaped twin lidded box with Teniers style decoration; hallmarked to four items
Total weight: 200gr (plated box Excluded) Height: 12.5cm (vase)

 100-150

173
TWO STERLING SILVER COMPORTS, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
19th-20th century, Birmingham, with rubbed marks; Gorham Manufacturing Co
An English pierced and lobed comport with applied scrolling rims and raised on a stepped oval base; an American cast and pierced comport with ornate arabesque rims and a spiral spoke design, hallmarks to both
Silver weight: 439gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 15.5cm and other

 200-400

174
A THREE PIECE NEOCLASSICAL STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE
1921 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
A boat shaped teapot with a threaded waist and a tapering body with bat wing flutes, the spout and domed lid similar, a 'C' scroll handle with spur, and raised on four ball feet, the creamer and sugar bowl conforming; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 1043gr
Height: 16cm Width: 29.5cm and smaller

 500-800

175
TWO VICTORIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE CLOCHES
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for William Mammatt
With beaded edges, the handles with beaded scrolls and cast and chased stiff leaf designs; marked to the interiors
Height: 17cm Length: 30cm Width: 23cm and smaller

 150-350

176
AN ELEGANT PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CHOCOLATE POTS
1917 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Philip Hanson Abbot
The pots of waisted and faceted form with conforming radiating petal lids with finials, turned fruit wood handles and raised on a trio of curvaceous scroll and pad feet; hallmarked to body
Total weight: 589gr
Height: 17.5cm

 500-700

177
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLED BASKET
1850 Sheffield, with rubbed maker's mark
The Renaissance revival lobed basket raised on a conforming foot, with an applied scrolling rim with crest motifs to the points, leafy scroll piercings to the body with engraved details, the handle similarly decorated; hallmarked underside to the body
Silver weight: 491gr
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 400-500

178
A MIXED QUANTITY OF GEORGIAN AND LATER STERLING SILVER CUTLERY
Late 18th century and after, various dates and makers
Fifty one pieces: a fiddle pattern service comprising six dinner and six entree forks, seven soup spoons, nine dessert spoons and ten teaspoons; a set of six scroll patterned dinner knives, probably American; six English butter spreaders with patterned borders, and a pair of sugar tongs; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 2272gr
Length: 21.5cm (spoon) and smaller

 1000-2000

179
A SET OF NINE BRIGHT CUT GEORGIAN SILVER TEASPOONS
1828 London, with maker's mark for George Smith III & William Fearn
The Old English pattern spoons, crisply bright cut to the stems and finials, with armorials to wreath cartouches; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 145gr
Length: 13cm

 140-250

180
A LOUIS PHILIPPE FRENCH .950 SILVER COFFEE POT
1834-1847 period, with .950 standard and maker's mark of Etienne-Auguste Courtois with 'two men in a boat' mark to cartouche
An elegant lobed gourd shaped pot with a domed lid with apple finial, a two section 'S' shaped spout and an ebony scroll handle, raised on four scrolling feet; hallmarked to body, lid and finial
Total weight: 879gr Height: 25.5cm

 500-800

181
TWO STERLING SILVER PHOTO FRAMES
Modern
Easel back frames comprising a large rectangular frame with a cushion profile surround embossed with an entwined running knot design with four oval cartouches, and a smaller frame with a continuous key fret design upon a textured ground, blue velvet backs to both; marked .925 to each
Height: 22cm Width: 18.5cm and smaller

 100-150

182
A FINE WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER LOBED ARMORIAL COFFEE POT
1836 London, with maker's mark for Paul Storr, Storr & Mortimer stamp, finial marked for John Samuel Hunt, Storr's business partner and caster
Finely chased with acanthus decoration to the scroll spout and insulated handle, a cast floral finial lid and raised on four scroll feet with leafy mounts, Lambert crest and motto, 'Ut Quocunque Paratus'; hallmarked to all parts
Total weight: 826gr Height: 21.5cm

 5000-8000

183
A FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CANDELABRUM/EPERGNE
1864 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Cartright & Woodward
Elaborately cast in the Neo-Renassiance manner with a knopped stem issuing three reeded arms with goat's head and pierced floral embellishments, the shaped base with three winged hippocampi; with fine brilliant cut crystal bowls, the smaller bowls interchangeable with urn form candle nozzles; hallmarked to all pieces
Total weight: 3160gr Height: 45cm

 9000-12000

184
A FINE PAIR OF VICTORIAN ARMORIAL STERLING SILVER SPOONS
1873 London, with maker's mark of John Kilpatrick
Double struck gilt washed scallop shaped serving spoons, crisply decorated with an allegorical female figure surmounted by pairs of putti to the terminals, a figure playing a lyre within Gothic cartouches to the underside of bowls and maskheads to the throat within foliate motifs; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 201gr Length: 25.5cm

 400-800

185
A PAIR OF AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER MASONIC PENDANT JEWELS
Early 20th century, both numbered 474
Cast and engraved, one depicting the compass with the horn of plenty, the other with a dove carrying an olive branch, both surrounded by flat rings engraved with acanthus scroll decoration; numbered and marked 'Stg'
Silver weight: 113gr
Diameter: 7.5cm

 100-150

186
A FINE .934 DUTCH SILVER NEOCLASSICAL TEA CADDY
1919, with standard of period, and maker's mark AV
The oval boat shaped pedestal tea caddy with reed designs to the rim and stepped and hinged lid, with a pine cone finial and radiating leafy mount; hallmarked underside, to lid, date to foot
Silver weight: 252gr Height: 13cm Width: 11.5cm

 1000-1500

187
A FINE STERLING SILVER WILLIAM IV TEAPOT WITH COAT OF ARMS
1837 London, pre-Coronation stamp, with maker's mark for Paul Storr
Of compressed melon shape with a scroll handle and ivory fillets, the hinged lid with a finely cast flower and leaf finial, raised on four scrolling feet with leafy mounts, crisply hallmarked underside, to lid and finial
Total weight: 745gr Height: 15cm Width: 27.5cm

 5000-8000

188
A FINE GEORGE III STERLING SILVER COFFEE SERVICE PLUS TRAY
1796 with maker's marks for Henry Chawner & John Emes (service), and; 1790 with maker's mark for Elizabeth Jones (tray)
A crisp Neoclassical service with a pedestal coffee pot, oil can teapot, trivet, sugar basin and creamer, bright cut with shell borders and laurel wreaths, the pots with timber handles; with a bead edge crested oval tray; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 4058gr L: 61cm W: 38.5cm (tray) Height: 35.5cm (coffee pot)

 13000-16000

189
A RÈGENCE FRENCH SILVER CANDLESTICK
18th century, with fleur-de-lis discharge mark, probably of 1717-1722 period, Maison Commune mark, MNI below Crown, letter E or F
An octagonal candlestick with a tapering stem and bladed knops to a well and tiered foot; three silver marks underside; the pan with crab mark
Silver weight: 541gr
Height: 22.5cm

 500-1000

190
SIX SMALL STERLING AND .800 TABLE WARES: A PAIR OF TAPER STICKS, TWO MUSTARD POTS, A SMALL CONTINENTAL DISH AND A COMPORT
1892-1922, London, Birmingham, Chester, various makers, and other
A pair of small late Victorian baluster taper sticks with Rococo and stiff leaf motifs; two pierced mustard pots with liners; a pierced anthemion decorated comport; a continental silver hammered bowl; hallmarks to all, with two plated mustard spoons
Silver weight: 477gr (mustard spoons excluded) Height: 12cm (candlestick)

 200-400

191
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TODDY LADLE WITH A BALEEN HANDLE
Circa: 1800, no marks apparent
The bowl of typical cauldron with a flattened forked mount to a wrythen baleen handle terminating in a sterling silver cap; initialled HJG
Length: 38cm

 80-120

192
AN ELEGANT VICTORIAN COFFEE POT
1879 London, with maker's marks for Walter & John Barnard
Of tapering oval conical form with a straight spout, flat lid and fruitwood 'C' scroll handle with spur, bright cut and lightly engraved to the body with foliate motifs enclosing vacant cartouches to both sides, the lid and spout with similar decoration; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 520gr
Height: 21cm

 500-900

193
AN EARLY VICTORIAN PIERCED STERLING SILVER SWEETMEAT DISH WITH LINER
1839 London, with maker's mark for Charles Fox II
A cast and chased dish of trailing leaf and branch design, raised on four pierced feet and having a swing handle, with the original blue glass liner; hallmarked to the body
Silver weight: 249gr Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 800-1200

194
A GEORGE III IRISH TWO HANDLED STERLING SILVER LOVING CUP
Circa: 1740, Dublin and Hibernia mark, no maker's mark or date mark
A heavy gauge pedestal cup with a reeded girdle, leaf embellished double scroll handles, and an engraved coat of arms; standard and city mark to upper body
Silver weight: 1008gr Height: 19cm

 3000-4000

195
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER AND CRYSTAL BOWL GARNITURE
1794 London, with maker's marks for Wakelin & Garrard
Neoclassical oval stands with lion's heads and ring decorations raised on four long husk decorated legs with rolling wave border stretchers and hoof feet, the fine hand cut bowls with Van Dyke rims and diamond point borders; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 898gr Height: 24.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 18.5cm and smaller

 7000-9000

196
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER ARMORIAL SAUCE BOATS
1806 London, with maker's marks for Alice & George Burrows II
Elegant thread edge pedestal boats with high set looping handles and shell form mounts, raised on oval bases; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 630gr Height: 14.5cm Width: 20cm

 2500-3500

197
A STERLING SILVER COW IN THE DUTCH TASTE
1972 London, with maker's mark for Richard Comyns
After the Georgian original by John Schuppe, a milking cow with a hinged saddle lid with floral and bee design; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 147gr Height: 10cm Width: 14.5cm

 700-900

198
A MODERN CONTROLLED BUBBLE OVOID VASE
Mid 20th century
The heavy gauge vase in light chartreuse colours, with streaks of raspberry, amber and green to the lower body, with a graduated controlled bubble motif throughout, and a flat polished base, unmarked
Height: 16cm

 40-50

199
EIGHT LALIQUE GLASSWARES & A PAIR OF ORREFORS CANDLE HOLDERS
Post 1945 - pre- 1978 mark, Lalique; and later 20th century, Orrefors
A 1939 'Barsac' carafe, a 1930 'Champigny' champagne coupe, a set of six sherry glasses, and a pair of Orrefors 'Stella' candle holders; Lalique carafe and set of glasses engraved Lalique France, single glass with etched mark; candleholders marked 7 and Of
Height: 25cm (decanter)

 350-550

200
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL THISTLE VASE
Later 20th century, etched mark of Lalique France
The heavy gauge part frosted and moulded vase of flower head form with twin clear leaves and raised on short blade knopped stem and a spreading foot
Height: 12cm

 250-350

201
A SMALL NAPOLEON III CUT CRYSTAL WHISKY DECANTER
Circa: 1870s
A square section decanter with two long slice cuts to each face, a stepped waisted neck with radiating flutes and surmounted by a flat topped octagonal stopper with a trapped bubble motif; with polished pontil
Height: 20cm

 50-60

202
A DAUM CLEAR GLASS FREEFORM BOWL
Second half 20th century, etched mark of Daum France to lower body
The tapering bowl with a series of pronounced serpentine ribs stretched to form an eight-point scalloped rim
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 13.5cm

 60-80

203
A SMALL DAUM CLEAR GLASS FREEFORM VASE
Second half 20th century, etched mark of Daum France to lower body
A slightly waisted flaring vase with a lobed rim and a series of long serpentine ribs to a flat base
Height: 10cm

 30-50

204
A GROUP OF SIX DAUM CLEAR GLASS SALTS OR CONDIMENT BOWLS
Second half 20th century, etched mark of Daum France to all
A set of four freeform lobed bowls, a heart shaped bowl and a square bowl
Height: 3.5cm and smaller

 80-120

205
A FINE VINTAGE CUT CRYSTAL BOWL
Mid 20th century
The heavy gauge bowl with a broad diamond point frieze below a shallow fluted border, basal slice cuts and a starburst base
Height: 11cm Diameter: 23cm

 100-200

206
A NAPOLEON III CUT CRYSTAL DECANTER
Circa: 1870s
A barrel decanter with elegant radiating slice cuts to the shoulders, sliced facets to the base and neck, a bladed neck ring and a flat-topped diamond cut mushroom stopper, with polished pontil
Height: 30.5cm

 80-100

207
A PAIR OF ROYAL BRIERLEY CRYSTAL SHIPS DECANTERS WITH STERLING SILVER MOUNTS
1962 Birmingham, with maker's marks for S. J. Rose and Son
Diamond cut to the body within concentric cut bands, and having a starburst base, plain sterling silver collars and compressed slightly concave mushroom stoppers; stencil mark to bases; hallmark to both collars
Height: 23cm

 200-300

208
A FINE CUT CRYSTAL AND BRONZE COMPORT IN THE NEOCLASSICAL STYLE
Late 19th century
The elegant diamond cut bowl with an engine turned rim supported on a stem cup with stiff leaf motifs to a stepped square base with bead, gadroon and vegetal borders, the cast floral legs with lion's paw feet
Height: 22cm Diameter: 30cm

 300-500

209
A DAUM CLEAR GLASS FREEFORM VASE
Second half 20th century, etched mark of Daum France to lower body
The heavy gauge vase of squared tapering form with four stretched ribs terminating in handkerchief points
Height: 16cm

 80-120

210
AN ART DECO CASED GLASS VASE BY LE VERRE FRANCAIS
Circa: 1920s
A tall tapering vase with a flared rim and a spreading foot, in mottled purple colours to the rim and lower body upon a mauve ground, with a polished pontil; etched mark of Le Verre Francais to the foot
Height: 30cm

 500-700

211
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GLASS PITCHER
Early 20th century
The straight-sided tapering pitcher with a large applied loop handle, sparingly decorated with four long slice cuts and olive cuts
Height: 19.5cm

 30-50

212
A DAUM CLEAR GLASS FREEFORM VASE OR BOWL
Mid 20th century, with mark of Daum France with Cross of Lorraine
The heavy gauge flat based vase of triangular form with swirled and pulled extended sides, incised mark to side of base
Height: 16cm Length: 50cm Width: 12cm

 100-150

213
AN ART DECO FROSTED GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1920s
The moulded bowl with five stylised cactus branches with chevron and spot motifs alternating with overlapping arch designs, raised upon a stepped spreading domed base, marked 'Made in France' in relief to the bowl
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 80-120

214
AN ANTIQUE CUT GLASS PITCHER
19th century
The straight-sided pitcher with basal facet cuts, an applied loop handle and a pinched rolled rim forming the narrow pouring spout, with a polished pontil
Height: 26.5cm

 80-120

215
AN ART DECO GOLD BANDED GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The flared vase of straight-sided form tapering to a waisted base, strikingly decorated with concentric bright gilt and frosted bands, frosted lens cuts and slender cross hatched gold and white enamel lines; indistinctly signed underside
Height: 28.5cm

 150-250

216
A FINE SET OF ANTIQUE FRENCH CRYSTAL WINE GOBLETS
Early 20th century
With slice cuts to the bowls, faceted baluster stems with trapped bubble motifs and spreading hexagonal bases
Height: 15.5cm

 100-200

217
A RENE LALIQUE 'EUCALYPTUS' VASE
Circa: 1924, model 936, and of the period
The moulded opalescent vase with a flaring polished rim, decorated with long vertical eucalyptus leaves and clusters of pods to the base; relief mark of R. Lalique underside and etched mark France
Height: 17cm

 600-1000

218
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL LEAF VASE
Later 20th century, etched mark of Lalique France
Of flaring form part frosted with bold overlapping veined leaves to the sides, tapering to a waisted spreading clear foot
Height: 16cm

 300-500

219
A FINE LALIQUE 'MESANGES' BOWL
Introduced 1931, model 420; post 1945 - pre-1978 Lalique France mark
A heavy faceted bowl with a narrow border of frosted small birds; engraved mark underside to rim of flat polished base
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 25cm

 800-1200

220
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CUT GLASS JUGS
Late 19th century
The jugs of compressed form with applied loop handles, having facet cut necks, navette and diamond borders to the body, applied loop handles and a star burst base
Height: 12cm

 100-200

221
AN ART DECO EMERALD GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
A large moulded baluster vase with a waisted neck, having four groups of radiating long clear glass ribs alternating with bold frosted floral pendants; unmarked
Height: 31.5cm

 200-300

222
A LARGE GREEN GLASS DAUM NANCY BOWL
Circa: 1930s
The everted bowl with a bold roughly acid etched stylised fish and plant motif design, a polished pontil and etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorrain to foot rim
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 300-500

223
FOUR GILDED GLASSWARES: TWO BOWLS, A VASE, AND A COMPORT
Early 20th century
Comprising a finely carved and gilded comport in the French or Bohemian manner, a Bohemian gilded and jewelled conical vase with an internal rib décor, a laurel bordered oval dish with stepped tab handles, and a Bohemian bowl with serpentine rims decorated with floral and lattice motifs
Height: 27cm (vase)

 200-400

224
A FRENCH CRYSTAL VASE IN AN ORMOLU STAND
Early to mid 20th century
The cut crystal vase of thistle shape with a slice cut everted body, a diamond and strawberry cut bowl with an ormolu pedestal raised on a crystal and engine turned base
Height: 17cm

 180-220

225
A VICTORIAN CLEAR GLASS AND ENAMEL DECORATED BISCUIT BARREL
19th century
Of barrel shape with a cushion shaped lid and globular finial, decorated with white enamel patterns and jewelled borders, a central frieze with stylised flora in gold and white
Height: 22cm

 50-60

226
A BOHEMIAN CUT CRYSTAL FLUTE VASE
Early 20th century
The tall flute with two large mirrored fan cuts and diamond with floral motifs, gilt floral swags and ribbons to the rim suspending a chain and a painted medallion of an elderly gentleman in Renaissance attire, the vase with a heavy base, star cut underside
Height: 33cm

 100-150

227
NINE FINE MOSER 'LADY HAMILTON' CUT CRYSTAL STEM GLASSES
Introduced 1934
Elegant 'papal' slice cut bells above tapering faceted stems with knops, and comprising wine glasses in two sizes, individually crafted and stencil marked to five items underside
Heights: 14cm, 14.5cm 15.5cm

 300-500

228
TWO KOSTA BODA COBALT BLUE SODA GLASS ITEMS, A JUG AND A COMPORT BY ERIK HÖGLUND (1932-1998)
The jug of plain ovoid form with an applied loop handle and the comport of simple stem design with a slightly everted lip, both liberally speckled with characteristic bubbles, signed and numbered to both, H 1022/75 and H 959/180
Height: 9cm Diameter: 19.5cm (tazza)

 60-80

229
A BOHEMIAN DECANTER AND TWO MATCHING TUMBLERS
Early to mid 20th century
A mallet shaped clear decanter with a neck ring, and two heavy gauge straight-sided tumblers encrusted with purple flowers in high relief and gilt paste scrolls
Heights: 27cm and 9.5cm

 50-100

230
A KRALIK MOTHER-OF-PEARL ROSE BOWL
Circa: 1900
The large bowl of compressed form with an internal spiral décor having a metalware frog and a randomly applied green threaded frieze to the body
Height: 17cm Diameter: 21cm

 100-150

231
A VERLYS FROSTED AMBER GLASS SEA LIFE BOWL
Circa: 1930s
A low glass bowl moulded with frosted and clear sea creatures, starfish, urchins, seaweeds, barnacles, with shells serving as feet; relief mark of Verlys France to centre of bowl
Height: 6cm Diameter: 35.5cm

 200-400

232
A VINTAGE ROCOCO REVIVAL PORCELAIN FRAME
With a demi-lune cavetto base with a pair of pillars profusely moulded with leafy forms below a shell form archway, in ultramarine blue with apricot colours picked out in gilt, unmarked
Height: 18cm Width: 13cm

 50-80

233
A NINETY NINE PIECE WEDGWOOD 'BLUE SIAM' DINNER SERVICE
1985-1998 production period
A complete setting for nine, comprising: dinner, entrée, side plates, soup and dessert bowls, tea cups and coffee cans (ten) with associated saucers, coffee and teapots, three jugs and sugar bowls, four coupes, a sauce boat and saucer, four serving dishes and two large platters; backstamps underside
Height: 27cm (coffee pot) Length: 39.5cm Width: 30cm (platter)

 500-900

234
A FORTY SEVEN PIECE ROYAL DOULTON DINNER SERVICE
1976-1997, production period, pattern H5049
A Gold Concord pattern service for six people comprising: dinner, entrée and side plates, cups and soup coupes with eleven saucers, and dessert bowls; backstamp underside
Diameter: 27cm (dinner plate)

 300-500

235
A SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE
Early 20th century
The bell shaped jardinière with parcel gilt decoration of knotted ultramarine and gold ribbons dotted with brightly coloured floral posies, bearing pseudo painted Sevres marks with a gold 'moustache' underside
Height: 18.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 140-200

236
A STAFFORDSHIRE STYLE HEN ON BASKET TUREEN AND EGG HOLDER
A bisque figure of a roosting hen upon a glazed basket, the interior with six white egg cups in a removable holder; painted marks 22 to interior
Height: 23.5cm Length: 28cm Width: 19.5cm

 80-120

237
A VINTAGE TRIO OF ROYAL COPENHAGEN MUSICIAN CHILDREN PLUS ONE OTHER FEMALE FIGURE IN NATIONAL DRESS
Mid to later 20th century
Comprising: 'The Little Drummer', 3647; 'Girl and Cymbals', 3677; 'Boy Clown playing accordion' 3662, all with painter's initials Bi; and a girl in national dress designed by Lotte Benter, with signature; backstamps, wavy blue lines to all
Height: 19.5cm and smaller

 100-150

238
TWO VICTORIAN BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE TUREENS
Mid 19th century, with maker's mark for J.M.P Bell & Co of Glasgow
In 'Triumphal Car' design with a Roman charioteer in a garden and pavilion setting, four cartouches with chariots and dolphin fountains to the floral rims, the domed lids with a fruit and leaf finial; blue backstamp underside to one
Height: 16cm Diameter: 27cm and smaller

 100-200

239
A FORTY SIX PIECE PART LIMOGES WG & CO PORCELAIN DINNER SERVICE
20th century
With borders of apple green foliage with pink and white roses, comprising: ten dinner and entrée plates, eight soup bowls, six side plates, six platters of various sizes, three tureens (one lid absent), a gravy boat and two small dishes; backstamps underside
Length: 43cm Width: 29cm (large platter)

 300-500

240
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DELFT CASHMERE COVERED VASES
19th century, bearing mark of Lambertus van Eenhorn 5/1, but after
Octagonal ribbed vases with conforming domed lids and spotted animal finials, tin glaze decorated in green, russet and blue colours upon a pale apricot ground with alternate figural and bird reserves in the oriental manner between profusely embellished shaped lappets; iron red painted mark underside
Height: 45cm

 500-1000

241
A COPELAND COMPORT, A ROYAL DOULTON PLATE AND A MINTON PLATE
Mid 19th century to mid 20th century
A reticulated Copeland teal comport with cream and gilt Rococo decoration in relief with a central floral bouquet, pattern 2625; a Royal Doulton cabinet plate with delicate gilt paste embellishments and puce medallions on a teal ground; a signed Minton 'Brocade' plate with gilded green borders enclosing a floral bouquet, pattern H 4903; backstamps to all
Diameter: 27cm and smaller

 100-150

242
A GROUP OF THREE BLUE AND WHITE PEARLWARE MINIATURE PLATES
Early 19th century
Each depicting a man walking a buffalo before oriental buildings in a landscape, all within lappet borders, unmarked
Diameter: 7.5cm and smaller

 50-100

243
THREE LLADRO PORCELAIN FIGURES
Later 20th century
Comprising 'Girl with Turkey', 'Girl with Rooster', 'Girl with basket' all retired figures decorated with the typical soft blue, grey and beige glazes, backstamps and incised marks underside
Height: 21.5cm

 100-150

244
A CHINESE DEHUA LATTICE WORK PORCELAIN VASE
The blanc-de-chine bulbous vase with a waisted neck and a pointed scallop rim, with overall intricate fretwork to the body and a rope twist to the centre, the neck with navette shapes and lattice forms; with a timber stand
Height: 30cm

 50-100

245
A FLORAL ENCRUSTED BELLEEK 'ABERDEEN' JUG
1965-1980 with third green mark
In cream colours throughout the ewer style jug of moulded conical shape with a scrolling handle and a forked mount; backstamp underside
Height: 19cm

 80-100

246
A GROUP OF SEVEN VINTAGE PICARD GILDED PORCELAIN WARES
Mid 20th century, American
A rectangular footed comport, two serving dishes with reticulated handles, two petite serving dishes and a salt and pepper pair, tooled throughout with 24 carat gold, and comprising three differing patterns, marks of Picard to all, the salt and pepper pots marked Picard and Japan
Height: 9cm Length: 30cm Width: 22cm

 200-300

247
A GROUP OF FIVE CUPS AND SAUCERS, THREE BY ROCKINGHAM, ONE IN THE STYLE OF CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER AND OTHER
Circa: 1815 and 1830s
A London shaped cobalt and gilt cup with floral decoration, pattern 2384, three Rockingham cups and saucers patterns 2/33, 129, 1345, and a beige bordered cup bearing the puce pre 1837 Royal Arms stamp, pattern 6929
Height: 5.5cm (cup) Diameter: 15cm (saucer)

 50-100

248
A HAMMERSLEY & CO. TEA SERVICE FOR SIX PEOPLE
1912-1939 period, pattern number 11654
Comprising six moulded cups with associated saucers and petite side plates decorated with chrysanthemum flowers enriched with gilt paste upon a cream and blush lemon ground with suffused gold rims; puce backstamps underside
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-150

249
A GROUP OF FOUR ENGLISH PORCELAIN SERVING DISHES
Circa: 1830s to mid 20th century
Comprising a reticulated green bordered dish with floral garlands bearing the pre 1837 Royal Arms stamp; two Doulton Burslem Spanish ware dishes with pastel flora outlined in raised gilt on ivory grounds; a signed George Jones & Sons fruit designed comport with moulded and gilt lambrequin borders; backstamps to all
Height: 6.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 22cm

 150-300

250
THREE ROCKINGHAM SCENIC WARES: TWO PLATES AND A DISH
1826-30 period, pattern 558
The three lightly moulded wares in white with gilt chevron borders and a scrolling border to the cavetto, the interior of each with a painted ruin in a landscape scene, one plate with red griffin mark, all with pattern numbers
Height: 5.5cm Length: 32cm Width: 24cm (dish) Diameter: 24.5cm (plates)

 50-100

251
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN PLATTER & A CFD/GDM LIMOGES COMPORT
20th century, platter with numerals only
A lobed and moulded dish with five partitions separated by fan motifs and pierced details, decorated with a floral bouquet and sprigs with bright gold enrichments, and a mazarine blue bordered comport with floral and dragonfly designs in various gold hues with touches of red and olive colours
Diameter: 31cm and smaller

 50-100

252
THREE BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE PLATES
1830s to early 20th century
A 'Rhine' scenic plate with cartouches to the rim within Gothic fret borders, Rhine backstamp; a 'Wild Rose' plate with a village and boating scene within floral borders; and an Edwardian George Jones 'Abbey 1790' plate; backstamp underside
Diameter: 26.5cm and smaller

 50-100

253
A ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY BOTTLE VASE
1901, pattern 1761
The elegant vase with a fluted neck and high set flying handles, with moulded gadroons to the lower body and a footed base, decorated with arrangements of chrysanthemums and trailing forget-me-nots; green backstamp, pattern and registration mark 238836 underside
Height: 25cm

 100-200

254
A ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY POT POURRI
1911, pattern 2048
The ovoid pot pourri with a crown style cover and finial, with moulded rope and leafy borders, jewel details to the cover and decorated with deep pink Asiatic lilies and other blooms with gilt enrichments; puce backstamp with date cypher underside
Height: 25cm

 400-800

255
A ROYAL WORCESTER BONE CHINA WOODPECKER FIGURINE
1962, model 3249
A biscuit figure in colours naturalistically modelled and posed on an ivy clad stone outcrop; stencil marks with date cypher to the interior
Height: 18cm

 50-100

256
A ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY EWER VASE
Circa: 1889, date cypher rubbed, pattern 1361
A conical fluted ewer with moulded borders and an applied decorative handle in shot gilt colours, decorated to the body and pouring rim with a loose arrangement of flowers in muted pastel colours with gilt enrichments; puce backstamp, pattern and registration mark 119478 underside
Height: 22.5cm

 100-150

257
A GRIMWADES FLORAL CHEESE KEEPER
Early 20th century
In shades of green with gilt highlights, a shaped platter with a moulded dome with a scroll handle and shaped cabochons decorated with flowers in autumnal colours; with stamp of Grimwades Stoke on Trent with shell motif to cover; indistinct impressed marks underside
Height: 15.5cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 18cm

 50-100

258
A LIMOGES BLANC-DE-CHINE BISQUE PORCELAIN BUST OF A GIRL
Realistically modelled as a serene gazing child, her long hair tied with a bandeau ribbon, raised on a waisted navy blue porcelain plinth with gilt bands; gold stencil mark of Tharaud Limoges Paris underside
Height: 41cm

 400-600

259
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH PORCELAIN CENTREPIECE PEDESTAL BASKET
19th century, indistinct underglaze red mark underside
The flared navette shaped and pierced basket with chevron rims, moulded stiff leaf motifs to the sides, and raised on a flaring foot to a rectangular base, with gold and cobalt band decoration and a monogram below five point crown to the pedestal
Height: 33cm Width: 42cm Depth: 21cm

 100-150

260
A MIXED GROUP OF FOUR TRANSFERWARE PLATES
Early 19th century, Rockingham and John Meir
Two Rockingham Yorkshire 'Brameld' pearlware plates in 'Castle of Rochefort' pattern, impressed Brameld mark; a 'Don Quixote' plate, probably Brameld Rockingham, with blue Don Quixote stamp; and a green grey John Meir & Sons 'Rhine' plate, Rhine stamp underside and indistinct impressed mark
Diameter: 26cm and smaller

 100-150

261
TWO GEORGE JONES BLUE AND WHITE TRANSFERWARE DISHES
Circa: early 20th century, after an 1840s William Adams design
Rectangular and circular dishes decorated in Abbey 1790 design with decorative scrolling borders, the circular dish with four cartouches; backstamps underside
Height: 3.5cm Length: 16cm Width: 12.5cm

 50-100

262
FOUR CAPODIMONTE FIGURAL GROUPS
1980-1990 Florence
Two groups of child figures posed as musicians and a bridal party, with applied makers' plaques; a girl with a butterfly, and a 1990 Members Only edition of a girl with a basket of chickens, all signed and marked
Height: 24cm and smaller

 100-200

263
FIVE CUPS & SAUCERS IN THE SUNDERLAND, HILDITCH STYLES, OTHER
Early 19th century
Two London shape puce bat printed duos, one with purple lustre rims, the other representing 'faith, hope and charity'; a similar duo with lustre borders and floral sprigs, marked 'S', pattern 1022; an oriental pattern polychrome duo in the Hilditch style, and a lobed blue and white floral can and saucer, unidentified blue mark
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 15cm (saucer)

 50-100

264
A COLLECTION OF NINE PLATES: FRENCH FAIENCE AND OTHER
19th century, Creil et Montereau, Gien, HB Choisy le Roy; and other
Five Creil et Montereau faience lead glazed earthenware plates in grisaille depicting history subjects; two faience story plates by Gien and HB Choisy le Roy, depicting the burning of Joan of Arc; and a pair of pink bordered plates with European rural scenes, unmarked
Diameter: 23.5cm and smaller

 100-200

265
A MINTON PLATE
Late 19th century
Decorated with three feathered blue scrolls and a conforming gilt border, three individual posies of flowers and various sprigs on a white ground; impressed Minton mark underside and additional mark
Diameter: 24.5cm

 50-80

266
A LARGE ART DECO BOCH KERAMIS BALUSTER VASE
Circa: 1930, Belgium
Decorated in low relief with four long sprays of red and yellow tulips, open blue flowers with teal and bright green foliage upon a grey crackle ground, a waisted cobalt rim, the cobalt base with a viridian wavy line and dot border; backstamp of Keramis Belgium with additional numbers underside
Height: 34cm

 300-400

267
A LONGWY FOR ATELIER PRIMAVERA FAIENCE COUPE
Circa: 1925, France
A lemon crackleware bowl with cobalt and viridian enamel glazed jewels and concentric lines to the rim, tab handles with stylised floral motifs and centred with a floral medallion; backstamp underside; Atelier Primavera was the design studio for the Parisian department store, Au Printemps
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 17cm Width: 24.5cm

 100-150

268
A SMALL PZH GOUDA 'RHODIAN' POT VASE
Circa: late 1920s
A high shouldered globular pot with a broad neck, decorated in a muted green, ochre and russet palette with cobalt borders, underglaze Rhodian mark, date cypher, numerals 1856 and incised mark 125 underside
Height: 8cm

 60-80

269
A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN AMPHORA WARE VASE
Circa: 1930s
The gently waisted vase with a mottled ink and mauve blue glaze to the body with two diamond and spot patterned and tubelined reserves in enamel polychrome colours; green oval Amphora stamp underside with additional numbers
Height: 16.5cm

 40-60

270
A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN AMPHORA WARE POT
Circa: 1930
The waisted pot with a cobalt rolled rim, a mottled cream and beige glaze with a floral frieze in polychrome enamel and a series of vertical incisions with black jewels; oval green backstamp of Amphora underside and impressed numerals
Height: 9cm

 40-60

271
AN H.J WOOD BURSLEY-WARE JUG BY CHARLOTTE RHEAD
Circa: 1930s, pattern TL5
The small slightly flaring jug with a waisted base, tubelined and decorated in apple green and an autumnal palette with oranges, lemons and flowers upon a mottled ground; stamp of Bursely-ware Charlotte Rhead underside with pattern number
Height: 10cm

 80-100

272
A FINE SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER ROSES LAMP
1909, with signature of William Jarman to image
A large ovoid vase with moulded leaf and rope borders to the collar and floral reserves to the base in gold and olive shot colours, beautifully painted to the body with full blown pink roses and foliage; fitted as an electric lamp (not drilled); puce backstamp underside and numerals 2048
Height: 30cm

 350-550

273
AN H.J WOOD BURSLEY-WARE BOWL BY CHARLOTTE RHEAD
Circa: 1935, pattern TL3
Tubelined and decorated in a typical autumnal and lustre palette upon a mottled beige ground with a trellis design to the lower body with bold flower heads and tendrils; backstamp of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware with additional marks
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 80-120

274
A GROUP OF FIVE GOUDA AND GOUDA STYLE ITEMS: THREE CLOGS, A VASE AND A SQUARE CUP
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising two unmarked clogs, a Regina 'Imanta' clog, a Regina 'Presto' small pot vase, and a Danier square cup, three items variously marked underside
Width: 15cm (large clog) and other smaller

 100-150

275
A MIXED GROUP OF SEVEN PORCELAIN PLATES AND DISHES
Early 19th to 20th century
A Spode feldspar rose and cornflower dish, an unmarked similar plate, a signed Royal Vienna plate depicting gleaners, a pair of green bordered Classical narrative Royal Vienna plates, a W. Bagnall signed Royal Worcester fruit decorated side plate; a 1926 Royal Crown Derby imari footed dish
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 150-300

276
A W & R CARLTON WARE 'MIKADO' GINGER JAR
Circa: 1919, with pattern attributed to Horace Wain, variation 2881
In enamel colours upon a black matte ground and decorated with figures and kissing storks in a pavilion and watergarden setting, with gilded russet borders to the cover and base; backstamp underside with pattern and cypher
Height: 16.5cm

 200-300

277
A ROYAL WORCESTER VASE
Circa: early 1890s, pattern 1286
The large ovoid vase with basket moulding to the lower body picked out in gilt, decorated with finely painted aquilegia blooms and foliage in soft colours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground; lid absent; puce backstamp, registration, impressed and registration marks underside
Height: 20.5cm

 100-200

278
AN H.J WOOD BURSLEY-WARE BASKET BY CHARLOTTE RHEAD
Circa: 1935
An oval boat shaped basket with strap handle in a muted apple green and autumnal palette with tube lined floral zig zag motifs and Egyptian style palms; backstamp of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware with additional marks
Height: 13cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-150

279
AN H.J WOOD BURSLEY-WARE VASE BY CHARLOTTE RHEAD
Circa: 1935, pattern TL1 and impressed mark 180
The barrel shaped vase in a typical muted apple green and autumnal palette with tubelined floral zig zag motifs and Egyptian palms; backstamp of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware with additional marks
Height: 17.5cm

 100-200

280
AN AUSTRIAN AMPHORA WARE BOTTLE VASE
Circa: 1930
With an ink and mauve blue mottled glaze to the neck, the body with twelve long panels with highly glazed flora in relief alternating with olive matt panels with applied jewels; oval impressed stamp of Amphora Austria underside
Height: 26cm

 80-120

281
A CROWN DUCAL 'GREYSTONE' GLAZE DISH BY CHARLOTTE RHEAD
Circa: 1930s-40s, pattern 6567
The oval dish with diagonally opposite stepped wings, lightly tubelined with a pink and chocolate brown border of flowers and foliage; green backstamp and pattern underside
Height: 5cm Length: 28cm Width: 17cm

 100-150

282
VAN HOVE, EDMOND THEODOR (1851-1913) (BELGIAN SCHOOL)
Portrait of a young girl carrying roses
Oil on canvas, signed and dated E. Vanhove 1913, Roubaix, (Northern France) lower right, canvas stretcher with caduceus and anchor stamp of Parisian art suppliers LeFranc et Cie
Height: 99cm Width: 79.5cm

 300-500

283
RAYMOND, CASIMIR (1875-1955) (FRENCH SCHOOL)
Two scenes of Venice
Chromolithographs, signed Casimir Raymond in pencil below image to both; each with label of L. Haution et Fils verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 49cm

 300-400

284
19th CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Romantic couple in a landscape
Oil on canvas, apparently unsigned
Height: 97cm Width: 76.5cm

 500-600

285
CADDICK, KATHLEEN (B.1937) (BRITISH SCHOOL)
'Moorland Cottage'
Coloured etching, with title, editioned 27/150, and signed Kathleen Caddick in pencil below image; Impressions Modern Print Gallery label verso with artist details and dated 1976
Height: 27cm Width: 35.5cm

 50-80

286
RAUTER, KAORI (CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE/AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Proteas
Watercolour on paper, signed with character and Rauter lower right; artist's stamp verso
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 50-100

287
WAINSTOK, A (20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL)
Fir trees in winter
Oil on composition board, signed A. Wainstok lower right
Height: 49.5cm Width: 65.5cm

 50-100

288
PEAKE, BARBARA (B.1925)
'Yarra Glen'
Oil on composition board, signed Barbara Peake lower right, title to label verso
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 50-100

289
RAUTER, KAORI (CONTEMPORARY JAPANESE/AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Rural scene with river and cottage
Pastel on paper, signed with character and Rauter lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 46cm

 50-100

290
HILLS, ALEXANDER EDGAR (B. 1943)
Artist painting between wild trees
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Alexander E Hills '75 lower centre
Height: 40cm Width: 54cm

 100-200

291
WATERHOUSE, PAULINE PHYLLIS (PHYL) (1917-1989)
'The Pink Rose'
Oil on board signed Waterhouse lower right
Height: 26.5cm Width: 36cm

 400-600

292
ROWLANDSON, THOMAS (1757-1827)
'The Consultation'
Hand coloured etching and aquatint of the period, published by Samuel Alken, September 1785; printed mark of Rowlandson lower left below image; with trimmed margins
Height: 20cm Width: 27cm

 600-900

293
HART, KEVIN CHARLES (PRO) (1928-2006)
'Song of Old Joe Swallow, Lawson'
Oil on board, signed Pro Hart lower centre
Height: 39cm Width: 59.5cm

 1000-2000

294
MARSHALL, ROBERT ANGELO KITTERMASTER (1849-1926)
Summer pastoral scene
Watercolour on paper, signed RAK Marshall lower right; bearing Martin Gallon International Art label verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 52.5cm

 1500-2200

295
HOLMES, WILFRED (19th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Thatched cottage
Watercolour on paper with heightening, signed Wilfred Holmes lower left, titled 'Sussex 1869' to modern label verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 50.5cm

 400-600

296
MINNS, BENJAMIN EDWIN (B.E) (1864-1937)
View to the Harbour
Watercolour on paper, signed B.E. Minns and dated 1935 lower left; provenance: offered at Elder Fine Art Adelaide 31/8/2008 as Lot 38
Height: 24.5cm Width: 37.5cm

 700-1200

297
MUTSAERS, GERARD (B. 1947)
Valley scene
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Gerard Mutsaers 1984 lower right
Height: 44cm Width: 59cm

 400-600

298
RIVERA, A (19th CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL)
Landscape with shooting party
Oil on board, signed A. Rivera lower left
Height: 29cm Width: 59cm

 800-1200

299
ART PRINT OF MOZART BY FR. HENDRICH RUMPF
Serie 400, no. 2, with facsimile signature of composer below image
Copyright of Stehli Frères, Editeurs Zurich
Height: 45.5cm Width: 32cm

 100-150

300
DEUTSCHER, STEVEN (B.1947)
Bushland scene with white cockatoos
Acrylic on composition board, signed Deutscher lower right
Height: 61cm Width: 45.5cm

 50-100

301
BORRACK, JOHN LEO (B. 1933)
Valley view
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated John Borrack '78 lower right
Height: 73.5cm Width: 53cm

 600-1000

302
MUTSAERS, GERARD (B. 1947)
'Mt Buffalo from Happy Valley'
Oil on composition board, signed Gerard Mutsaers lower left; title to label verso
Height: 65cm Width: 80cm

 400-600

303
MORLEY, SANDRA (ACTIVE 1980s)
Still life - tiger lilies in a vase
Gouache on paper, initialled SM and dated '89 to image
Height: 75cm Width: 54cm

 100-200

304
DICKERSON, ROBERT HENRY (1924-2015)
'First time round I'
Etching, marked W/P, titled and signed R.Dickerson in pencil below image
Height: 41cm Width: 60.5cm

 600-900

305
PROUT, ANTHONY A. (B.1946)
'Bridge of Sighs, Venice'
Watercolour on paper, titled lower left and signed A.A. Prout lower right
Height: 73cm Width: 53cm

 300-500

306
PAPUNYA SCHOOL, ARTIST UNKNOWN
'Women's Ceremony'
Acrylic on canvas, 2010, with Certificate of Authenticity from Blue Door
Height: 88cm Width: 123cm

 200-300

307
FINEY, GEORGE EDMUND (1895-1987)
'Bushland Fantasy'
Oil and enamel paint on composition board, signed Finey lower right, title and artist's name to label verso; together with 'The Mangle Wheel: my life George Finey', Finey's autobiography, 1981 Kangaroo Press
Height: 103cm Width: 151cm

 700-1000

308
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BELGIAN FRAMED COPPER BAS RELIEF PLAQUES
Circa: 1870s
The bronzed plaques decorated with rustic scenes illustrating the rewards of the hunt, with male and female figures, horses, dogs and dead game, well displayed in near black frames with gilt slips
Height: 32cm Width: 43cm

 300-600

309
HART, KEVIN CHARLES (PRO) (1928-2006)
'Dragonfly'
Oil on board, signed Pro Hart lower right; with certificate of authenticity from Elder Fine Art, signed Jim Elder verso
Height: 5.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 800-1200

310
ORIGINAL FASHION ILLUSTATION FOR COUTURIER, BERNARD ET CIE
'Chaumière',
A 1920s gouache on paper with thumbnail ink fashion sketch verso; unsigned
Height: 29.5cm Width: 20cm

 200-300

311
AN ORIGINAL FRENCH ART DECO FASHION ILLUSTRATION
1920s-30
Featuring a confidently posed woman in a Japanese inspired 'chaps' style pant suit against an architectural background, in gouache on paper; unsigned
Height: 27cm Width: 16cm

 150-250

312
PROUT, ANTHONY A. (B.1946)
'Yarra Valley Grapes'
Watercolour on paper, signed A.A. Prout lower right, title in pen verso
Height: 16cm Width: 25.5cm

 100-150

313
PROUT, ANTHONY A. (B.1946)
'Gimignano'
Watercolour on paper, titled lower left and signed A.A. Prout lower right
Height: 25cm Width: 17cm

 100-150

314
PROUT, ANTHONY A. (B.1946)
'Apple Shed'
Watercolour on paper, signed A.A. Prout lower left; title in pen verso
Height: 27cm Width: 18cm

 100-150

315
MCDONAGH, BERNARD (1924-2016) (IRISH SCHOOL)
'Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo'
Watercolour on paper, signed B. McDonagh lower right; title verso; exhibitor Watercolour Society of Ireland, RHA, founder of the Sligo School of Landscape painting in 1968
Height: 24cm Width: 33.5cm

 200-400

316
HERBST, P (20th CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL)
Fishing boats at shore
Oil on canvas, signed P. Herbst lower right
Height: 26cm Width: 39.5cm

 80-120

317
WITTOP, FREDERICK (FREDDY) (1911-2001)
'Le Papillon'
Original hand painted 1930s costume design for the Folies Bergère in gouache and metallic paint on paper; signed Freddy Wittop below image and with wardrobe master's stamp of Pascaud
Height: 31cm Width: 23cm

 300-500

318
STAFFORD, PAUL (CONTEMPORARY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Ship in dry dock
Watercolour signed Paul Stafford lower right
Height: 25.5cm Width: 35.5cm

 50-100

319
20TH CENTURY ENGLISH/AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
'Edge of the City'
Etching, with title, editioned 2/50, signed indistinctly and dated '77 in Pencil
Height: 20cm Width: 30cm

 50-100

320
PILLIS, G (20TH CENTURY PROBABLY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Still life in oil on board, signed G. Pillis lower left
Height: 32.5cm Width: 52cm

 50-100

321
DRYSDALE, GEORGE RUSSELL (1912-1981)
Two children
Ink on paper, signed Russell Drysdale lower right
Height: 20cm Width: 12cm

 600-1000

322
DRYSDALE, GEORGE RUSSELL (1912-1981)
Seated woman
Ink on paper, signed Russell Drysdale lower right
Height: 23cm Width: 16.5cm

 600-1000

323
ROCK, N (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Evening light'
Watercolour on paper, signed N. Rock lower right; title and name to label verso
Height: 22.5cm Width: 33.5cm

 100-150

324
MATTHEWS, JAMES (19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
'At old Woking Surrey'
Watercolour on paper, signed James Matthews lower left and titled lower right; housed in an antique giltwood frame with oak leaf and acorn moulding
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm

 250-350

325
WITTOP, FREDERICK (FREDDY) (1911-2001)
'Orchidée Bleue de Corday'
Original hand painted 1930s costume design for the Folies Bergère in gouache and metallic paint on paper; signed Freddy Wittop below image and with wardrobe master's stamp of Pascaud (Orchidée Bleue de Corday was a contemporary French fragrance released in 1925)
Height: 31cm Width: 23cm

 400-600

326
STAFFORD, PAUL (CONTEMPORARY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Moored sailing ships
Watercolour signed Paul Stafford lower right
Height: 37cm Width: 53.5cm

 50-100

327
ARTIST UNKNOWN
Portrait of an aristocratic youth with his spaniel painted in the 18th century manner
Oil on board
Height: 66cm Width: 46cm

 200-400

328
SMYTH, DACRE HENRY DEUDRAETH, AO (1923-2008)
'HMAS Bataan, 2700 ton tribal class destroyer'
Oil on board signed Dacre Smyth lower right; description with title, artist and date 1995 verso; Commander Dacre Smyth was a senior officer in the RAN, a poet and artist
Height: 19cm Width: 24cm

 80-150

329
LINDSAY, LIONEL ARTHUR (1874-1961)
'Ancient Gateway Burgos'
Etching, signed Lionel Lindsay and numbered 100 in pencil below image
Height: 20cm Width: 17cm

 100-150

330
HUNTER, WILLIAM SNR (1896-1963)
'The 'Helen Morse''
Etching, with title, editioned 22/35, signed William Hunter in pencil below image
Height: 21cm Width: 18cm

 50-100

331
HART, KEVIN CHARLES (PRO) (1928-2006)
Grasshopper
Oil on board, inscribed signature Pro Hart lower right
Height: 22.5cm Width: 27cm

 300-500

332
CHIMOT, EDOUARD (1880-1959)
Female nude
Copper plate etching on cream paper, watermarked lower left and signed Chimot lower right in plate
Height: 15.5cm Width: 11cm

 100-200

333
CHIMOT, EDOUARD (1880-1959)
Female nude by the sea
Copper plate etching and aquatint on cream paper, signed Chimot lower right in plate
Height: 15.5cm Width: 11cm

 100-200

334
MINNS, BENJAMIN EDWIN (1864-1937)
'Romney Marsh, Kent'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated B.E Minns 1915 lower left; title to label with dedication, 'given to mother by Minns' verso
Height: 15.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 200-300

335
FRIEND, DONALD STUART LESLIE (1915-1989)
'Codex' and 'Codex B'
Pen on paper, both titled to image and signed DF lower left
Height: 19.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 400-600

336
CROOKE, RAY (1922-2015)
Blue lake
Gouache
on paper, signed R. Crooke lower right
Height: 14cm Width: 20cm

 400-600

337
HOUSE, SANDRA (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Gumtrees near Horsham'
Oil on composition board, signed Sandra House lower left; label with artist's name and title verso
Height: 29.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 50-60

338
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE, 'DAVID GARRICK AS RICHARD III'
19th century
A flatback press moulded and glazed earthenware figure of the renowned actor performing the famous tent scene before the Battle of Bosworth with the king raising his arm in fright, haunted by those he has murdered, after a 1745 painting by William Hogarth
Height: 20cm

 100-200

339
A LARGE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A 'VILLAGE BLACKSMITH'
Circa: 1860s
The press moulded glazed earthenware figure of a sturdy blacksmith wearing his leather apron and posed beside his anvil
Height: 43.5cm

 200-400

340
A LARGE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'LOUIS NAPOLEON'
Circa: 1860
The press moulded glazed earthenware figure in a bright cobalt glaze with gilt enrichments depicting Napoleon III in military attire, title in relief to the base
Height: 41.5cm

 200-300

341
A LARGE VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A CONQUISTADOR
Later 19th century
The press moulded glazed earthenware figure of a bearded gentleman in Spanish attire and carrying a money bag, with tree trunk support, in predominantly white colours with gilt highlights
Height: 48cm

 100-200

342
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE BUST OF 'SADNESS'
Circa: 1850
A small bust raised on a conical support with majolica style russet and teal glazes, bearing a British Antique Dealers' Association label
Height: 12cm

 100-150

342a
A GEORGIAN PRATTWARE FIGURE OF A BOY HOLDING A ROOSTER
Circa: 1800
The figure of a lad in breeches and frock coat holding a rooster with finely delineated feathers, and typically glazed in brown, tan, green and blue colours
Height: 15cm

 100-200

343
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'MILTON'
Mid 19th century
The flatback press moulded figure of the poet leaning upon books upon a relief decorated half pillar, in predominantly white colours with gilt enrichments typically fading to mauve and upon a base with the title in relief
Height: 28.5cm

 150-250

344
A SMALL PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE SPANIELS AND ONE LARGER DOG
Mid 19th century
The press moulded Blenheim King Charles spaniel pair and a larger model with a separate front leg, all decorated with feathered russet patches, the pair with ochre lockets and the larger model with a locket and chain in soft 'best gold'
Height: 19cm and 10cm

 100-200

345
A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE POODLES WITH BASKETS PLUS ONE OTHER
Later 19th century
A pair of slip moulded seated white poodles with applied grit like fur and carrying baskets in their mouths, and a smaller example of a standing poodle with a basket, raised on a small rectangular base
Height: 8.5cm and 5.5cm

 80-120

346
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'A SAILOR AND HIS LASS'
Circa: 1870
The press moulded and glazed earthenware flatback figural group of a seated sailor with a parrot on his shoulder and his diminutive lass beside him
Height: 19cm

 150-250

347
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'A CRIMEAN SOLDIER AND HIS LASS'
Circa: 1850s
The flatback press moulded and glazed earthenware group in green and orange colours and raised on an oval base
Height: 17.5cm

 100-150

348
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF AN 'IRISH COLLEEN'
Later 19th century
The press moulded flatback figure of a colleen dressed in green, brown and yellow colours with bright gilt highlights, title in relief
Height: 32.5cm

 100-150

349
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP OF A LION AND TIGER
Circa: 1850s, modelled by Thomas Parr
Finely modelled in the round depicting the reclining duo before fruiting palm trees, and decorated in a typically soft colour palette
Height: 22.5cm

 100-200

350
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE 'WIDOW & ORPHANS'
Circa: 1810
The pearlware figure decorated in soft mauve and light green, russet and sky blue colours, the widow beside a tree trunk, two of her children collecting sticks and the baby wrapped upon her shoulder, a medallion with title to the mossy base
Height: 27cm

 100-200

351
A SMALL MODEL OF A STAFFORDSHIRE SPANIEL WITH PUP
Mid 19th century
The figure of a recumbent Blenheim King Charles spaniel with her small black and white pup, upon a shaped base with encrusted foliage, with a bluish white glaze throughout
Height: 8cm Width: 12cm

 60-80

352
A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES, 'ELIJAH', AND 'THE WIDOW'
Early 19th century
Pearlware figures modelled in the round before bocages raised on grassy bases and square stands, Elijah feeding the ravens, and the despondent widow in a green dress and cape carrying a bundle of sticks, a small child and a barrel beside her, she bearing a British Antique Dealers' Association label
Height: 26cm

 200-400

353
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL SPILL VASE, 'POOR MARIA'
Circa: 1820s-30s
A despondent Maria seated before a tree trunk with her head resting on her hand, a spaniel at her feet, a scene from a novel by Laurence Sterne published in 1768 and popularised by contemporary paintings of the same subject
Height: 19cm

 100-200

354
TWO SMALL STAFFORDSHIRE PEARL WARE SHEEP
Circa: 1830
A standing and a recumbent sheep, both before bocages upon grassy bases, with applied flowers and grasses, one bearing a British Antique Dealers' Association label
Height: 11cm Width: 9.5cm and smaller

 150-200

355
A SMALL PAIR OF GEORGIAN PRATTWARE FIGURES
Circa: 1810
The seated figures of a man and a woman holding baskets of produce, under glazed in the typical brown, yellow ochre, green and deep blue colours; one bearing a British Antique Dealers' Association label
Height: 10cm

 80-150

356
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A THEATRICAL GROUP
Circa: 1880s
The flatback figure of a minstrel with a mandolin and his female companion with parrot upon her arm raised upon a tasselled and fringed square base
Height: 26.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 200-300

357
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES OF 'JUNO' AND 'JUPITER'
Circa: 1820
The pearlware allegorical figures modelled in the round standing on square bases, holding and accompanied by their respective attributes, Jupiter with a lightning bolt and an eagle, Juno accompanied by her sacred peacock
Height: 16cm and smaller

 200-400

358
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE HARVESTER FIGURE SPILL VASES
Circa: 1860s
The flatback press moulded vases both with a trio of figures, a harvester flanked by a two girls in tartan skirts, each holding wheat sheaves before a tree trunk vase and raised on grassy bases; one item with decorator's mark underside
Height: 21.5cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

359
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL SPILL VASE OF A COW, CALF AND CHILD
Mid 19th century
In green and iron red colours, and modelled in the round with a cow feeding her calf and a small seated child in a sailor suit with tam o'shanter, before a tree trunk vase and upon an oval base
Height: 27.5cm

 80-120

360
A LARGE OPPOSITE PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE SPANIELS
Press moulded Blenheim King Charles spaniels with quality modelling to both sides, both with a separate front leg, the apricot snouts with aristocratic curly whiskers and decorated with feathered russet patches, with lockets and chains in soft gilt
Height: 34.5cm

 200-400

361
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A FISHERMAN WITH CREEL
Circa: 1860s
The press moulded flatback figure of a fisherman holding his net over his right arm and supporting his creel full of catch upon a shell encrusted rocky support, upon an oval base
Height: 33.5cm

 100-200

362
A VICTORIAN POTTERY FIGURAL GROUP, 'SAILOR'S RETURN'
Mid 19th century
The heavy hollow figural group in underglaze and overglaze colours, titled 'Return' to cartouche at base, depicting a seated lass and a sailor with a bag of money, the rectangular base with canted corners; with repair and bearing a British Antique Dealers' Association label
Height: 22.5cm

 100-150

363
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURAL GROUP OF A LADY AND GENTLEMAN WITH A PARROT AND A KING CHARLES SPANIEL
Circa: 1860s
The gentleman with a cape and feathered hat holding a parrot accompanied by a seated lady in a green and cobalt dress, a black and white spaniel with locket at their feet, upon an oval base
Height: 29cm

 200-300

364
TWO SMALL STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES: A FIGURE WITH A BIRD AND A VICTORIAN GIRL IN A CRINOLINE
Circa: 1800 and after
A pearlware figure of a small figure in a toga carrying a bird under his arm, in brown and green colours with a characteristic bluish glaze; and a press moulded earthenware figure of a girl in a crinoline, a feathered hat and holding a Handbag
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 50-100

365
AN INTERESTING PAIR OF VICTORIAN TREACLE GLAZED DOG MONEY BOXES
Mid 19th century, probably Derbyshire made
A press moulded pair of sleeping spaniels upon ivy clad oval bases in ochre and randomly applied treacle glazes, with apertures for coins to the back, one box bearing a British Antique Dealer's Association label underside
Height: 7cm Width: 9cm

 50-80

366
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'ANDROCLES AND THE LION'
Circa: 1850
A press moulded glazed earthenware figural group with encrusted flora and depicting Androcles removing the thorn from the lion's paw, the lion seated upon a brickwork arch, a reference to Androcles' status as a slave destined for the Colosseum
Height: 27.5cm

 100-200

367
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF NOTED ARCHITECT AND GARDENER JOSEPH PAXTON WITH HIS DAUGHTER ANNIE
Circa: 1860
The press moulded flatback group depicting the architect of the Crystal Palace accompanied by his daughter Annie, noted for posing upon a giant lily pad in the lily house in the Paxton designed Great Conservatory at Chatsworth
Height: 27cm

 120-180

368
TWO VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURES: A LION AND A SHEEP
Circa: 1850-1870
A recumbent lion in buff and green colours, and a press moulded small recumbent sheep with grit style wool
Height: 6.5cm Width: 9cm

 100-200

369
A VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF A HUNTSMAN
Circa: 1860s
The press moulded flatback figure of a huntsman with his rifle, a recumbent stag at his feet, upon an oval base and decorated in a cobalt, iron red and green palette
Height: 32.5cm

 150-300

370
A STAFFORDSHIRE KING CHARLES SPANIEL
Circa: 1860s
The press moulded white spaniel with an apricot snout and yellow eyes, picked out with black, wearing a locket and chain and further decorated with sparse faded soft gilt enrichments
Height: 25cm

 100-200

371
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STAFFORDSHIRE CREAMWARE FIGURES OF A HUNTER AND HIS WIFE
19th century
He with a hunting horn and accompanied by a hound and she holding a basket of produce and carrying dead game birds, in predominantly blue and green glazes with some gilt enrichments
Height: 19cm and smaller

 50-100

372
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF 'ST PETER' WITH BOCAGE
Circa: 1830s
The pearlware figure modelled in the round and depicting St Peter with his attributes of keys, a rooster and a book, before a flowering bocage and upon a flower encrusted base, raised upon a four legged stand with name cartouche
Height: 27cm

 200-400

373
A LARGE OPPOSITE PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE 'MILK SOLD HERE' SPILL VASES
Circa: 1860s
The fine pair of flatback figures depicting russet and white coloured cows before tree trunk vases with Scottish thistles to the base, 'Milk Sold Here' titles in relief to the bases picked out in soft gilt colours
Height: 35.5cm Width: 33.5cm

 150-300

374
A ZIEGLER WOOL RUNNER
In a soft palette, with red, teal and yellow ochre colours sprigged with palmettes issuing arabesque foliage on a cream field, with a red lotus border
Length: 382cm Width: 80cm

 300-500

375
A PERSIAN GATEWAY TO PARADISE KORK WOOL CARPET
Of mihrab design in pale orange, tan and yellow colours, with various coloured birds and a vase issuing flowers below an incense burner upon a profusely floral decorated light blue field, the main border with bird life, walking lions and flowers
Length: 155cm Width: 90cm

 200-300

376
A ZIEGLER WOOL RUNNER
In a soft palette, with red, teal and yellow ochre colours sprigged with palmettes and trailing foliage on a cream field, with a red lotus border enclosed by narrow chevron bands
Length: 440cm Width: 81cm

 300-500

377
A FLORAL MEDALLION PERSIAN SILK CARPET
With a central shaped medallion surrounded by a profusion of floral sprays in teal, mint, red, chocolate and black colours upon a watermelon pink field, the dark main border with lotus and rose clusters between narrow daisy bands
Length: 140cm Width: 80cm

 100-200

378
A PERSIAN VASE PATTERNED SILK CARPET
With a central daisy embellished lozenge with conforming spandrels, with bouquets and flower filled vases with birds in tan, beige and aqua colours upon a pink field, the bold main border in black with palm tree, lotus and cross motifs
Length: 172cm Width: 104cm

 100-200

379
A PERSIAN WOOL RUNNER
Of geometric design with a series of eleven shaped lozenges between lattice decoration enclosed by multiple borders, in mushroom, ochre, black and cream colours
Length: 265cm Width: 81cm

 100-200

380
A PERSIAN KASHAN STYLE WOOL RUNNER
With a series of five shaped lozenges with central herati and floral motifs in ochre, petrol blue and navy colours upon a floral decorated red field, with spandrels and enclosed by a navy, red and yellow main border with repeat stylised flora with undulating foliage between narrow bands
Length: 504cm Width: 99cm

 200-400

381
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

382
A PERSIAN GEOMETRIC WOOL CARPET WITH SILK INCLUSIONS
In brown and tan colours upon an orange russet field decorated with rows of stars and crosses enclosed by multiple geometric bands, the main border with repeat cross lozenges
Length: 200 Width: 128cm

 100-150

383
A ZIEGLER WOOL CARPET
In cream, red and beige colours with stylised palmettes and arabesque foliage upon a cream field, the main border with bold repeat floral patterns; with a Certificate of Authenticity from Master's Persian Carpet Gallery, Port Douglas
Length: 282cm Width: 184cm

 500-800

384
A CAUCASIAN MEDALLION WOOL CARPET
With a central medallion and large geometric shaped spandrels, with trailing flora and foliage in dusky pink and mushroom colours upon a beige field, with a narrow leafy band, the main border with bold repeat floral lappets
Length: 236cm Width: 150cm

 200-500

385
A LARGE INDIAN WOOL RUG
Of bold design with five large stylised flowers in amber colours enclosed by pairs of curving leaves and four rose and russet flowers, with a repeat wide border on a cream field
Length: 313cm Width: 242cm

 100-200

386
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND CAMEO GLASS LAMP BY DEGUÉ
Circa: 1920s
A bell-shaped lamp in frosted mottled orange colours with an irregular purple border held in a wrought iron cage encrusted with cast roses and garlands of foliage, the domed wirework base with similar decoration; etched mark of Degué to shade
Height: 43.5cm

 350-550

387
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The figure of a leaping stag in a bronze and copper lustre finish beside a frosted beehive shaped globular shade in light honey colours with concentric gold bands, raised upon a two tone grey marble layered base
Height: 17cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 8cm

 140-180

388
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The figure of a giraffe incongruously posed grazing upon a tropical palm next to a pink glass globular shade with frosted and gilt floral motifs, raised on an alternating vert campan and veined cream marble base layered over white
Height: 13.5cm Width: 25cm Depth: 9cm

 150-350

389
A FRENCH CAST ORMOLU AND FROSTED GLASS LAMP
19th to 20th century
A domed base with a five acanthus leaves and a stiff leaf border supporting an Art Deco artichoke shaped frosted shade
Height: 30cm Diameter: 25cm (base)

 200-300

390
A SMALL ART DECO TABLE LAMP WITH A SPELTER DEER
Circa: 1930s
An elegant high stepping deer in chocolate and gold colours amidst stylised foliage beside a frosted globe shade with a threaded motif and raised on a black and white figured marble base
Height: 21cm Width: 25cm Depth: 8.5cm

 150-250

391
AN ART DECO BRONZE DESK LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
With an arching arm supporting a floral mount with an adjustable joint holding a moulded frosted shade with stylised rose motifs, raised upon a mirrored 'C' scroll base
Height: 30cm Width: 31cm

 300-400

392
A TRIO OF MULTI-BRANCHED BRONZE AND CRYSTAL DROP WALL SCONCES
Early to mid 20th century
A pair and a larger matching item with fleur-de-lys and fan shaped supports issuing curved arms with floral mounts and pear-shaped drops, each with floral nozzles for pairs of electric candles
Length: 40cm Width: 24cm and smaller

 90-120

393
A STRIKING MODERNE STARBURST CHANDELIER
1950s
With four upturned and four downturned beige striped glass bell shades on tubular brass arms, and a series of stamen like radiating black rods with bright red ball finials
Length: 75cm Diameter: 70cm

 400-800

394
A LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE FIVE ARM CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
With a foliate cup and link chain to a stepped foliate stem issuing five curvaceous arms with floriform nozzles supporting electric candles
Length: 58cm Diameter: 52cm

 100-200

395
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND FROSTED GLASS SIX ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a tapering faceted stem with stylised floral motifs to a shaped drop issuing feathered and cornucopia style scrolling arms supporting flaring, faceted dishes with darker toned rims and edges
Length: 70cm Diameter: 94cm

 2000-3000

396
A BRASS FRAMED HALL LANTERN
19th to 20th century
Of typical cylindrical form with a central stem supporting three electric candles
Length: 55cm Diameter: 25cm

 200-300

397
AN ART DECO TIMBER, CHROME AND ALABASTER SIX LIGHT CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
The chandelier with a chrome ceiling cup and a tiered conical timber stem with six chrome scrolling arms supporting deep amber alabaster bowl shades
Length: 78cm Diameter: 78cm

 800-1200

398
AN ART DECO COPPER CLAD AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet form stem adorned with cascading icicles, the copper bowl issuing six curved arms with frosted upturned shades with dripping ice borders and decorations
Length: 54cm Diameter: 78cm

 500-800

399
A BRASS FRAMED HALL LANTERN
19th to 20th century
Of typical cylindrical form with a central stem supporting three electric candles, the frame with scroll and acanthus ornamentation
Length: 38cm Diameter: 22cm

 200-300

400
AN ORMOLU BELLE EPOQUE CHANDELIER
Later 19th century
Suspended from a spiral stem and finely cast with a lavish Rococo waisted cage, four curvaceous floral arms issuing pairs of stems with frosted floral shades, the lower section with a pierced boss supporting a cut and frosted bowl
Length: 137cm Diameter: 103cm

 3000-5000

401
AN ART DECO GILDED BRONZE SIX ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Richly embossed with flora throughout, a tapering stem to a bowl issuing shaped arms supporting downturned frosted glass conical shades
Height: 72cm Diameter: 64cm

 1500-1800

402
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
A hand hammered wrought iron chandelier with a triple ribbed stem to a crimped boss supporting a frosted bowl with tiered rings and a snail shell motif, issuing three scrolling strapwork arms with downturned hexagonal bell shaped shades and three groups of coin like pendants
Length: 85cm Diameter: 55cm

 900-1400

403
A WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY SCHNEIDER
Early 20th century
With three long stems to a scroll and berry decorated boss supporting a deep pressed bowl with fan and berry motifs, three scrolling arms with conforming conical shades
Length: 94cm Diameter: 58cm

 500-700

404
A BRASS FRAMED HALL LANTERN
Early 20th century
Of cylindrical form with a tubular frame and a birdcage upper section, the vertical supports with ball finials, the central stem supporting three electric candles
Length: 41cm Diameter: 26cm

 200-300

405
A NAPOLEON III TIMBER GILT MANTLE MIRROR
Mid 19th century
A rectangular mirror with patterned moulding, concave upper corners decorated with dolphins issuing fruits, and an ornate moulded and pierced urn to the crest flanked by griffins
Length: 168cm Width: 90cm

 900-1500

406
AN ART DECO WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1920s-30s
The oval mirror decorated in gold and silver colours, with a bevelled glass and embellished with clusters of moulded muted silver roses to the lower edge and crest, the sides adorned with metallic ropes with wire coil tassels
Length: 155cm Width: 74cm

 400-600

407
A GILTWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE THREE SEAT SALON CANAPÉ
20th century
With a leaf and scrolled show frame and crest, serpentine arms, a shaped apron with applied relief motifs and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet, with three squabs and well upholstered in sage green jacquard
Height: 83cm Width: 173cm Depth: 75cm

 300-500

408
A GEORGIAN RELIEF CARVED TRIPOD-BASED MAHOGANY WINE TABLE
Early 19th century
The circular table with pie crust edges above a turned stem with rope twist and spiral carved decoration to curvaceous splayed legs with delicately carved scale and leaf knees and pad feet
Height: 65cm Diameter: 50cm

 50-100

409
A LATE VICTORIAN THUJA BURR VENEER AND MAHOGANY PEDESTAL
Late 19th century
With a tight burr veneer top with boxwood stringing and ebonised edges, raised on three fluted supports to a shaped undertier with square section splayed legs, with British Antique Association label to the top; as found
Height: 74cm

 50-100

410
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD AND ONYX INLAID STRETCHER-BASED GAMES TABLE
Circa: 1830
The table with a brown onyx inlaid chess board above a single drawer, raised on turned, knopped supports to trestle ends with bullseye motifs and bladed knop short legs and squashed bun feet
Height: 72cm Width: 81cm Depth: 52cm

 300-500

411
A REGENCY FLAME MAHOGANY SARCOPHAGUS CELLARET
Early 19th century
The cellaret with a partitioned interior, refined rosewood crossbanding and stringing, an inlaid shield escutcheon, florid carved acanthus handles to the sides and raised on lemon squeezer bun feet

 300-600

412
A GEORGE III FLAME MAHOGANY SHAVING MIRROR
Early 19th century
The framed rectangular mirror between reeded supports with brass urn form finals above a small cabinet with a pair of cross banded and ebony strung drawers with knob handles, raised on pierced brass bracket feet
Height: 71cm Width: 68cm Depth: 27cm

 80-150

413
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Early 20th century
Of pegged construction with shaped backs, serpentine crests with carved embellishments, a pair of swollen splats, drop in seats above a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs united by 'H' form stretchers
Height: 97cm Width: 49cm Depth: 49cm

 500-600

414
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Mid 20th century, signed CL to trademark
With a serpentine mottled yellow marble top above two quarter veneer panelled drawers with floral inlay, a shaped apron with drop and hipped edges flowing to slender cabriole legs, with foliate cast mounts, trims and sabots
Height: 81cm Width: 84cm Depth: 41cm

 500-700

415
AN ART DECO MAHOGANY AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1920s-30s
With a bevelled mirror surmounted by a frieze of inlaid criss-crossed timbers and mother-of-pearl flowers, flanked by sloping pulvinated side panels with similar decoration, a shaped quarter veneer panelled table with a central inlaid cartouche, a single drawer and raised on tapering legs
Height: 144cm Width: 98cm Depth: 50cm

 600-1200

416
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
19th century, with three leaves and winder
The generous table in figured honey tones, with a bullnose and squared edge top with canted corners, turned and square section baluster legs with flutes, bun feet, brass caps and porcelain casters
Height: 77cm Length: 179cm Width: 120cm

 600-1000

417
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK COMMODE
20th century
The commode with three long drawers with relief carved shell and acanthus relief details to each, pairs of foliate brass pull handles, a shaped apron with a relief carved drop, and raised on short cabriole legs with carved details
Height: 90cm Width: 116cm Depth: 56cm

 500-800

418
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
With serpentine mottled ochre tops above three drawers with shaped and strung reserves with floral inlay, similar to the sides, a shaped apron, hipped edges and curvaceous tapering legs, with brass foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 35cm Depth: 28cm

 500-800

419
A PROVINCIAL LOUIS XV STYLE OAK ARMOIRE FROM NORMANDY
19th century
With an extended cornice with relief carved borders, a carved urn with abundant flowers and bursting fruits sitting proud of the frieze, the panelled doors similar with various borders and relief carved flowers, harvest emblems and doves, a shaped apron and cabriole legs, with full length brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 233cm Width: 178cm Depth: 66cm

 1200-1800

420
A FINE DIRECTOIRE STYLE WALNUT AND KINGWOOD INLAID BED
Circa: 1900
Of squared profile with fine diamond point and sunray parquetry decoration and an inlaid laurel festoon to the bed head below a finely cast ormolu embellishment, the end board similar with a large sunray medallion enclosing an ormolu trophy, raised on square section tapering legs
Height: 155cm Width: 160cm (bed head)

 700-1200

421
A FINE FRENCH PROVINCIAL RÉGENCE STYLE PINE DRESSER
19th century
With an arching and scrolled crest above a pair of glazed doors with scrolling and channel grooved borders opening to two shelves, the extended lower section with a pair of cupboards with conforming decoration, a shaped apron and short cabriole legs with whorl feet; from Miguel Mireille Antiques
Height: 239cm Width: 135cm Depth: 47cm

 300-500

422
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine mottled yellow top above three drawers with book end feathered veneers with crossbanding and stringing, the sides similar, with a shaped apron, curvaceous legs and embellished with cast brass foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 57cm Depth: 33cm

 600-700

423
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK POUDREUSE
Early 20th century
The top with outward folding flaps and a stand up central section with mirror, with a slide above a central drawer flanked by a smaller drawer and a matching faux drawer, with a shaped apron and tapering curvaceous legs
Height: 73cm Width: 78cm Depth: 45cm

 250-350

424
A NAPOLEON III ORMOLU AND EBONISED BOULLE CABINET
Mid 19th century
With a black marble top with extended ears, brass inlaid throughout in the Berainesque manner upon a scarlet tortoiseshell ground, a central medallion to the single door, the curved edges embellished with espagnolettes, ormolu trims and mounts throughout and raised on short semi-circular legs
Height: 110cm Width: 86cm Depth: 40cm

 3000-5000

425
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY CHIFFONIÈRE
Early 20th century
With a serpentine mottled yellow ochre marble top above five drawers of conforming profile with reserved and floral inlaid panels, feather banded panels to the sides, bold hipped edges and small sabre feet, with gilt bronze handles, mounts and lion's paw sabots
Height: 98cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 800-1200

426
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE PROVINCIAL OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
Each with a serpentine top, a single drawer with a fielded panel and an open compartment, a shaped apron with relief carved details and raised on reeded cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 75cm Width: 30cm Depth: 28cm

 350-450

427
A PROVINCIAL RÉGENCE STYLE FOUR DOOR WALNUT ENFILADE
Early 20th century
With a shaped top and four frieze drawers above a pair of cupboards with shaped fielded panels flanked by small side cupboards of conforming design, a shaped apron and cabriole legs with whorl feet, with relief carved details and pierced metalwork long escutcheons and drawer hardware
Height: 106cm Width: 194cm Depth: 63cm

 800-1400

428
A HENRI II STYLE WALNUT BUFFET
Later 19th century
With a stepped top decorated with carved griffins, a shell, acanthus, a cabochon shield and finials above a relief carved cupboard and two glazed cupboards, the base with three drawers and richly carved cupboards, turned and fluted columns and supports to the upper and lower registers
Height: 259cm Width: 151cm Depth: 57cm

 800-1500

429
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1920s
With a veined black and grey marble top above four centrally placed 'V' shaped legs with a beaten finish enclosing a trio of scrolls, with scroll terminals and inward scrolled feet united by a tiny undertier
Height: 62cm Width: 39cm Depth: 39cm

 400-800

430
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ SEMAINIER
Early 20th century
With a soft apricot and grey marble top of serpentine profile above seven drawers with book end and feather banded details, with boldly hipped edges flowing to short splayed legs, with gilt bronze handles, espagnolettes and sabots
Height: 122cm Width: 64cm Depth: 44cm

 1000-1500

431
A DIRECTOIRE WALNUT BOOKCASE
Later 19th century
An elegant plain two door glazed bookcase with diamond inlaid panels to the lower register, fluted stiles to the edges and raised on tapering conforming legs, with timber shelves to the interior
Height: 135cm Width: 89cm Depth: 36cm

 800-1200

432
A NAPOLEON III STYLE TULIPWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Later 19th century
With a Rouge de Languedoc marble top above a full length glazed cupboard with fine cross banding and stringing, with canted edges, a shaped apron and cabriole legs, three timber shelves to the interior and decorated with ormolu mounts and sabots
Height: 135cm Width: 60cm Depth: 37cm

 1000-2000

433
A PAIR OF OAK LOUIS XV STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Early 20th century
Each with a serpentine top above three drawers with shaped fielded panels and small brass knob handles, curved sides, a shaped apron and cabriole legs with reed edge detail
Height: 75cm Width: 42cm Depth: 32cm

 350-450

434
A SMALL ART DECO METALWORK CONSOLE TABLE
Circa: 1920s
With a grey marble top above a crescent frieze embellished with metalwork roses and foliage, straight legs with a beaten finish and pairs of tiered and curved splats, with a marble undertier
Height: 77cm Width: 53cm Depth: 35cm

 400-700

435
A LOUIS XV STYLE BIRD'S EYE MAPLE POUDREUSE
Late 19th century
The square table of serpentine profile with curvaceous drop sides, a hinged lid with mirror and a partitioned drawer with a second recessed drawer below, raised on cabriole legs with acanthus and pendant carved knees
Height: 70cm Width: 48cm Depth: 50cm Extended width: 88cm

 400-600

436
A LOUIS XV STYLE MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BONHEUR-DE-JOUR
Later 19th century
With a flat-topped arching back with a central bevelled mirror flanked by two galleried shelves with mirrors beneath, a floral inlaid fall front with a fitted interior above a curvaceous apron and raised on cabriole legs, with stringing and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 140cm Width: 77cm Depth: 47cm

 800-1200

437
A FRENCH WALNUT POUDREUSE
Early 20th century
With Louis XV influence, the quarter veneer panelled and retractable top above two shallow drawers, the upper drawer with a red tooled leather writing surface combined with a stand up mirror and fitted compartments, a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs with hoof feet, with cast metal foliate handles and faux escutcheons
Height: 68cm Width: 58cm Depth: 31cm

 300-500

438
A FINE DIRECTOIRE STYLE WALNUT AND KINGWOOD INLAID ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900
The three door armoire with a central mirror having an ormolu crest flanked by doors each with diamond point parquetry decoration centred with a sunray medallion and enclosing a finely cast ormolu embellishment, canted edges and raised on angled square section tapering legs
Height: 240cm Width: 205cm Depth: 57cm

 1000-2000

439
A RÉGENCE NORMANDY STYLE OAK PANELLED COMMODE
18th century
The commode of pegged construction with a serpentine top, two small and two long panelled drawers with cast brass escutcheons and elaborate swing handles with griffin mounts, channel grooved trims to the carved edges and curvaceous apron, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 94cm Width: 135cm Depth: 65cm

 2500-3500

440
A PAIR OF CHERRY WOOD LOUIS XV STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Mid 20th century
With a three quarter shaped gallery, a frieze drawer and an open compartment, above a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 71cm Width: 40cm Depth: 30cm

 150-250

441
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD MARQUETRY LADY'S DESK
Mid 19th century
With a serpentine top decorated with a floral bouquet to quarter veneer panels, with stringing and decorative spandrels, a frieze drawer and sides of conforming decoration, raised on elegant tapering curvaceous legs, with bronze trims to the top, and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 100cm Depth: 61cm

 1000-1500

442
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD MARQUETRY BUFFET
Early 20th century
With a Breche D'Alep marble top above a parquetry decorated frieze drawer, a pair of quarter veneer panelled cupboards inlaid with flower urns enclosed by borders and stringing and raised on short hipped cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze mounts, wreath pull handles and sabots
Height: 102cm Width: 94cm Depth: 40cm

 1200-1800

443
A LARGE BENTWOOD HALLSTAND
Circa: 1900
Having a central oval mirror set within a large oval frame flanked by two reed cluster poles with beehive finials and issuing four generous curvaceous hooks, a boldly shaped scrolling umbrella and stick stand with outward curved legs
Height: 197cm Width: 153cm Depth: 45cm

 800-1500

444
A NAPOLEON III EBONISED, PALISANDER AND INLAID DROP SIDE TABLE
Mid 19th century
The top inlaid with table game motifs and floral arabesques enclosed by coloured stringing and beaded borders, with twin side flaps and a frieze drawer of similar design, raised on fluted and turned tapering legs with toupie feet united by a curvaceous 'X' form stretcher
Height: 74cm Length: 87cm Width: 60cm Extended length: 127cm

 1500-2500

445
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK COFFER
Early 20th century
With a parquetry top above twin fielded and shaped panels, square panels to the short ends and reverse, a relief carved shell to the shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 52cm Width: 120cm Depth: 51cm

 250-350

446
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY DESK
20th century
The desk having a tan leather tooled top above a central drawer and pairs of side drawers, faux to the reverse, with extended canted corners and raised on tapering cylindrical legs
Height: 80cm Width: 138cm Depth: 77cm

 1200-1800

447
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a salmon red serpentine marble top above two long drawers with shaped book end veneer and strung panels, fine chequerboard inlay to the sides, a shaped apron with drop and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with well cast and pierced gilt bronze pull handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 117cm Depth: 64cm

 1500-2500

448
A DIRECTOIRE STYLE WALNUT AND KINGWOOD BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: 1900
With a mottled grey cream marble top above a shallow drawer and a porcelain lined cupboard with vivid diamond and medallion inlaid designs, raised on angled square section tapering legs united by an undertier
Height: 83cm Width: 54cm Depth: 41cm

 300-500

449
A LOUIS XVI STYLE BREAKFRONT MARQUETRY COMMODE IN MIXED TIMBERS
20th century
With a veined yellow marble top above a feather banded drawer and two long drawers with a large gilt bronze trimmed floral medallion and lattice inlay, with canted edges and angled square section legs, an apron with drop, and embellished with gilt bronze mounts and laurel wreath handles
Height: 91cm Width: 109cm Depth: 48cm

 1500-2500

450
AN ART DECO BIRCH BUFFET OR LIBRARY CABINET
Circa: 1920s-30s
An elegant cabinet with two open compartments, a pair of mirror image cupboards with shallow shelves to the interior, two long drawers with nickel oval plates and off-centre knob handles, a shaped apron and rounded edges with reeded edges flowing to slender tapering legs
Height: 149cm Width: 70cm Depth: 41cm

 1000-2000

451
A LOUIS XV STYLE SMALL FIVE DRAWER TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Circa: 1900
With a purple and ochre serpentine marble top above drawers of conforming profile with shaped and strung book end veneer panels with floral marquetry and pairs of gilt bronze foliate handles, the sides with shaped feather banded panels, the apron with drop and raised on hipped short cabriole legs with sabots
Height: 98cm Width: 65cm Depth: 40cm

 700-1000

452
A LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD, MARQUETRY AND WIRE FRONT BOOKCASE
Mid 19th century
With a rouge marble top above a floral inlaid frieze, a pair of shaped wire panelled doors with recessed floral marquetry panels below, three strung timber shelves, arabesque inlay to the feather banded side panels and rounded edges, and raised on small cabriole legs, with gilt bronze trims, mounts and sabots
Height: 170cm Width: 93cm Depth: 40cm

 1500-2500

453
A BRETON CARVED OAK BUFFET
19th century
Profusely carved throughout with an extended cornice above an undulating frieze with spindles, ship's wheel, a central mascaron and flanked by Breton folk figures, with two plate racks, a frieze drawer and lower cupboards with carved figural narrative scenes
Height: 196cm Width: 117cm Depth: 46cm

 600-900

454
A MARQUETRY ÉTAGÈRE
Later 19th century
With three fan shaped shelves of equal depth inlaid with bold floral motifs in various timbers, with ebonised curvaceous supports and brass ribbon trims
Height: 79cm Width: 46cm Depth: 34cm

 100-200

455
A FRENCH CERULE SEAT IN MIXED TIMBERS
Late 19th century
Of typical 'X' form with a tooled leather seat and nail trim, turned stretchers and scrolling feet, in a deep ebonised finish with blonde stringing
Height: 63cm Width: 60cm Depth: 33cm

 100-200

456
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
Both with three quarter shaped galleries, carved to the rear crests, one with three shallow serpentine drawers, the other with a single drawer above an open compartment, with shaped aprons and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Width: 42cm Depth: 31cm

 300-400

457
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK SEMAINIER
Circa: 1930s
The semainier with short drawers with fielded panels and cast foliate pull handles, reeded and rounded edges, with a shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs
Height: 129cm Width: 58cm Depth: 40cm

 400-800

458
A FRENCH TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD POUDREUSE
Late 19th century
With a shaped quarter veneer panelled hinged top opening to a box style compartment and a mirror, book end veneer panelling to the face and sides, and raised on hipped cabriole legs with Neoclassical style bronze trims and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 44cm Depth: 35cm

 350-550

459
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY WELLINGTON CHEST
Mid 19th century
The chest with eight full width drawers with bookend veneers and pairs of turned pull handles flanked by corbel embellished pilasters, the right pilaster typically hinged and with lock, squashed bun feet to the plinth base
Height: 119cm Width: 76cm Depth: 51cm

 150-350

460
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT AND TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a white and grey marble breakfront top with a long shallow drawer and two deeper drawers with cross banding, stringing and a central medallion enclosing an inlaid basket of flowers, with rounded edges above cabriole legs, with Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts, wreath ring handles and sabots
Height: 93cm Width: 105cm Depth: 51cm

 1500-1800

461
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST
Early 19th century
With two small drawers and three full width drawers of graduating depth with turned pull handles flanked by turned pilasters above a boldly shaped apron and high splayed bracket legs, well embellished with cross banding and boxwood stringing
Height: 118cm Width: 115cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1200

462
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TWO DOOR LIBRARY BOOKCASE
Early 20th century
With bevel glazed doors, four internal shelves and a row of three drawers, an extended base with a concave frieze drawer and two cupboards with fielded spandrel type panels centred with a rosette carved diamond, with fluted stile and paterae decorations, pierced brass hardware and swing handles
Height: 238cm Width: 136cm Depth: 59cm

 500-800

463
A VINTAGE THREE PIECE CAST IRON GARDEN SETTING
A circular table and two chairs of pierced form with stylised acanthus foliage backs, with weathered bottle green paint
Height: 63cm Diameter: 65cm (table) Height: 86cm (chair)

 100-200

464
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN WHEEL BACK ELM WINDSOR CHAIRS
Early 20th century
With rounded frames and central pierced wheel splats flanked by three 'sticks', a saddle seat, bob tail rear with rod supports and raised on splayed turned legs with an 'H' form stretcher
Height: 90cm

 100-200

465
A TWIN PEDESTAL MAHOGANY PARTNER'S DESK
20th century
With a green leather writing surface above three frieze drawers and pedestals each with three drawers of graduating depth and raised on plinth bases, with brass swing handles
Height: 78cm Width: 185cm Depth: 110cm

 200-400

466
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY AND NEEDLEPOINT PRIE-DEUX CHAIR
19th century
With a square channel grooved frame and typical extended shoulders, the padded back with wool and beadwork floral tapestry, above a teal velvet stuffover seat and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet and porcelain casters
Height: 94cm Width: 52cm Depth: 58cm

 50-100

467
A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
19th century
The chairs in light mahogany tones with oval channel grooved backs and modestly carved mid-rails with bright red velvet stuffover seats and raised on ball and turned legs with toupie feet
Height: 89cm

 50-100

468
A VICTORIAN BUTTON BACK MAHOGANY LADY'S CHAIR
19th century
The waisted chair with a showframe, a floral carved crest and raised on cabriole legs, upholstered in dusky pink velvet
Height: 86cm Width: 60cm Depth: 75cm

 100-120

469
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD AND PALISANDER MARQUETRY COMMODE
Mid 20th century
Of bombé shape with a serpentine orange ochre marble top above two drawers, with parquetry patterns to the facade and sides with bold palisander trims, the drawers with a shaped medallion enclosing floral inlay, with hipped edges and splayed feet, gilt bronze handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 114cm Depth: 50cm

 900-1500

470
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK TABLE
Early 20th century
The square top table with a shaped apron having relief carved foliate decoration, above channel grooved cabriole legs with whorl feet and acanthus carved knees.
Height: 77cm Width: 44cm Depth: 44cm

 150-250

471
A LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a white marble top and pierced brass gallery above a full length glazed door flanked by panelled side cupboards, inlaid with musical trophies to the upper register and with quarter veneer panelling below, raised on slender conical feet with brass mounts
Height: 140cm Width: 142cm Depth: 37cm

 1200-1800

472
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
Of gentle bombé profile with yellow and purple marble tops, with a single drawer, an open compartment and side slides, decorated with rose inlay to feather banded shaped panels and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 68cm Width: 42cm Depth: 30cm

 400-600

473
A FINE WALNUT RÉGENCE STYLE COMMODE
18th century
Of double bow form with a substantial grey and tan veined marble top above two short and three long drawers of conforming shape with channel grooved details, elaborately cast escutcheons, swing handles and Renaissance inspired mounts, with a shaped apron, rounded edges and matching stile feet
Height: 88cm Width: 113cm Depth: 63cm

 3000-5000

474
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD VITRINE
Circa: 1900
With a flecked rouge marble top, a part glazed door with a book end veneer and strung shaped panel to the lower register, the concave sides conforming, with two glass shelves to the fabric lined interior and raised on sharply hipped cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze Neoclassical mounts and sabots
Height: 164cm Width: 83cm Depth: 35cm

 900-1500

475
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The marble topped bookcase with an inlaid key fret border to the frieze, the pair of part glazed doors with quarter veneer panels to the lower register, with canted edges and raised on short cabriole legs, with contrasting bands and stringing throughout and restrained Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 161cm Width: 103cm Depth: 38cm

 1000-2000

476
A NAPOLEON III MARQUETRY BUFFET IN EBONISED AND BURR TIMBERS
19th century
With a Carrara marble top with ear form corners above a frieze and a single cupboard finely inlaid in the Berainesque manner with an urn and flora, fluted side pillars, gilt bronze trims and decorations
Height: 110cm Width: 88cm Depth: 41cm

 2000-3000

477
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY CHIFFONIÈRE
Early 20th century
With a mottled yellow and purple marble serpentine top above five drawers of conforming profile with book end veneers, strung reserves and floral inlay, with cast foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 112cm Width: 60cm Depth: 39cm

 500-1000

478
A PAIR OF PETITE TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
Each with a three quarter gallery and a quarter veneer panelled top above a trio of small drawers with shaped and strung veneer panels with small brass knob handles, shaped aprons and slender tapering legs dressed with sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 25cm Depth: 24cm

 400-600

479
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Mid 20th century
The commode with a serpentine mottled yellow and purple marble top above two drawers with shaped bookend veneer panels inlaid with roses and trailing tendrils, the sides of conforming decoration, with a shaped apron, hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, and cast rocaille mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 1500-2500

480
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY CABINET
Late 19th century
The cabinet with a marble top with brass gallery above a pair of full length doors with cross banding and strung panels enclosing feather banded inlaid urns with floral decoration, with short cabriole legs, restrained ormolu mounts and mounts
Height: 165cm Width: 108cm Depth: 38cm

 1500-2500

481
A PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
With grey and cream Brèche marble tops above three drawers with reserved quarter veneer panels and raised on cabriole legs with wreath pull handles and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 35cm Depth: 26cm

 500-700

482
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD PARQUETRY DESK
Circa: 1900
With a finely inlaid lattice weave top enclosing a deep cross banded border, the three frieze drawers and sides of similar decoration, delicate bell flower inlay to the canted corners above gently tapering cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze Neoclassical mounts, sabots and laurel wreath handles
Height: 74cm Width: 125cm Depth: 67cm

 1200-1800

483
A LOUIS XV STYLE BOMBÉ TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY COMMODE
Later 19th century
With an ox blood and white serpentine marble top above two long oak lined drawers, the facades and sides finely inlaid with arabesques and flora in bright contrasting timbers and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with gilt bronze foliate pull handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 97cm Width: 86cm Depth: 50cm

 2000-2500

484
A LARGE PROVINCIAL STYLE SERPENTINE FRONT WALNUT COMMODE
18th century
The deep chest with three long pine lined drawers with the original locks and keys, rounded cross banded edging throughout with a distinctive block veneer pattern, brass foliate mounts, rocaille escutcheons and raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 81cm Width: 133cm Depth: 68cm

 1800-2200

485
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
The chairs with slightly waisted backs, arching crests and mirror image shaped splats, drop in rush seats above a serpentine apron and cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 98cm Width: 50cm Depth: 50cm

 450-650

486
A TWO TIER LOUIS XV STYLE MARBLE AND OAK BEDSIDE TABLE
Late 19th century
With a serpentine three quarter gallery above a shaped grey marble top and an open compartment, a side drawer, a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 80cm Width: 53cm Depth: 39cm

 150-200

487
A LOUIS XV STYLE THREE DRAWER OAK COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
The commode of arbalete form having panelled drawers with carved motifs and single foliage gilt bronze pull handles, a shaped apron with a shell motif and raised on curvaceous legs with whorl feet
Height: 80cm Width: 63cm Depth: 40cm

 250-350

488
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930
The hallstand in a beaten finish with a hat rack, central bevelled mirror flanked by scroll work and applied leaves and pairs of hooks, a tiny marble topped shelf, long strapwork throughout and an umbrella stand of similar design
Height: 183cm Width: 66cm Depth: 25cm

 700-900

489
A SMALL BIEDERMEIER GLAZED DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1820s
The cabinet having a tabernacle pediment with dentil moulding and four semi-circular frieze motifs, a glazed door with relief carved wheat sheaves enclosing an oval glass and flanked by pilasters with ionic capitals, fabric covered shelves to the interior and raised on an extended plinth base
Height: 94cm Width: 60cm Depth: 27cm

 300-500

490
A LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT CHAIR
Later 19th century
Of pegged construction with a shaped channel grooved frame and a small carved floral crest, a padded back and seat with squab above a curvaceous seating rail and cabriole legs with floral carved decoration, in pink and blue striped upholstery
Height: 81cm Width: 55cm Depth: 52cm

 100-150

491
A QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT AND BURR WALNUT COFFEE TABLE
Early 20th century
The shaped oval table with a recessed burr walnut top with glazing, an edged skirt and raised on four shell and scroll crested cabriole legs with hairy paw feet
Height: 56cm Length: 77cm Width: 52cm

 50-100

492
A VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY FOOTSTOOL
19th century
With four short cabriole legs and upholstered in watermelon velvet
Height: 23cm Length: 36cm Width: 30cm

 30-50

493
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY FRET PIER MIRROR
Later 18th century
An oval bevelled glass with parcel gilt moulded trim within a mahogany frame with bat's wing spandrels, an inlaid shell in various timbers to the lower register and a Neoclassical gilded ornament to the crest
Length: 83cm Width: 60cm

 100-200

494
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT PEDESTAL TABLE
Mid 19th century
A circular table with a burr walnut top inlaid with a boxwood floral border, a trio of fluted and relief carved supports to splayed inlaid legs
Height: 70cm Diameter: 54cm

 50-100

495
A GEORGIAN FOLD OVER MAHOGANY TEA TABLE
Early 19th century
Of pegged construction, with a foldover a single cockbeaded drawer with circular brass plates and ring handles, raised on tapering square section legs
Height: 72cm Width: 91cm Depth: 44cm

 200-400

496
A PAIR OF TURNED ENGLISH ELM COUNTRY RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1790
With fine figuration and patina, the peg constructed straight back chairs with turned spindles, box stretchers and ringed supports with later 'eccentric' waisted and turned bobbin feet forming a cabriole style leg
Height: 94cm Width: 47cm Depth: 42cm

 350-450

497
AN ANTIQUE TIMBER NAIL TRIM TRUNK
18th century, possibly Zanzibar made
The heavy hardwood trunk with nail trim decoration to the lid and facade, with three drawers below and having brass hardware
Height: 48cm Width: 96cm Depth: 40cm

 300-500

498
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE BOMBÉ COMMODE IN WALNUT AND MIXED TIMBERS
Early 19th century
With a Rouge de Languedoc serpentine marble top above two long oak lined drawers both with a trio of shaped panels with borders and burr details, the sides of conforming decoration, an apron with drop and hipped cabriole legs, embellished with gilt bronze foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 116cm Depth: 56cm

 1500-2500