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Fine & Decorative Arts

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

Sunday 12 February 2017
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 1-35
 Clocks & Bronzes 36-57
 Oriental - Japanese 58-83
 Oriental - Chinese & Other Oriental 84-128
 Vintage Furs 129-134
 Silver 135-184
 Glass 185-201
 Porcelain 202-235
 Paintings 236-255
 Carpets 256-266
 Mirrors, Lights, Architectural & Garden Ornament 267-278
 Furniture 279-341

001
FIVE ANTIQUE AND VINTAGE BRASS AND COPPER WARES, POTS, SCALES
Late 19th century and after
An antique heavy based Jaeggi & Sons of Dean Street London saucepan, also stamped Piccadilly, with folded joins and a riveted handle, a similar ovoid pot, and a screw lid and capped small kettle; a set of brass balance scales by P Cento, and a decorative pressed jardinière with lion's head ring handles and floral designs
Height: 23cm Diameter: 23cm (brass pot)

 150-250

002
A MAHOGANY TAMBOUR FRONT FILING BOX
Early 20th century
The desk top box opening to a tiered arrangement of open shelves
Height: 22cm Width: 32cm Depth: 25.5cm

 60-100

003
A FINE VICTORIAN AMBOYNA 'SECRET DRAWER' DRESSING TABLE BOX
19th century
In beautifully figured timber with brass bound edges and a vacant cartouche, tooled leather surrounds to the interior and navy 'cracked ice' velvet to the lid, a fitted tray with lidded compartments and a set of silver plated and glass bottles, one piece not original, a button activated secret silk lined compartment, with key
Height: 17cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 23cm

 300-400

004
A FINE SILK POLISH TABLE CLOTH
20th century
Traditionally embroidered with pulled thread and florid foliate borders in mauve, pale green, light blue and salmon pink colours on fine natural ecru silk
Length: 230cm Width: 155cm

 100-200

005
TWO ANTIQUE FRENCH FANS
Late 19th to early 20th century
A pink ostrich folding fan with pierced ivory sticks, the guard sticks painted and decorated with rose motifs, and a folding paper fan by Lenault, pattern 2147, with a scene of aristocrats and romantic figures, a coloured print motif to the reverse and gold highlights, the sticks in pierced ivory with black or applied silver motifs
Length: 40cm Width: 61cm (feather fan) and other smaller

 200-350

006
AN AMETHYST QUARTZ THUNDER EGG
Of typical half 'cave' form with well formed crystals
Height: 21cm Width: 16.5cm Depth: 12cm

 80-100

007
WENGROW, JACQUES (1928-2002)
A trio of cast silvered figures applied to a cut and natural quartz crystal back, with a small silver plaque with artist's name 'J Wengrow' near base; upon a separate black marble plinth
Height: 22cm Width: 20.5cm Depth: 9cm

 50-100

008
A GROUP OF FIVE VINTAGE METAL AND ENAMEL CAR EMBLEMS
Mid 20th century
Three badges with stamp of J.R Gaunt, London, including track badges for Aintree and Silverstone, a badge with the colours and Tudor rose of England; a Brands Hatch badge with the St Christopher inscription, and a winged 'AA' membership badge, number OTO4825

 100-200

009
A GLOBE OF THE WORLD
A small globe set in a brass stand and blue resin base and set with semi-precious stones and shell to delineate the countries
Height: 19.5cm

 30-40

010
A BLACK FOREST BEAR NOVELTY SALT CELLAR
19th century
The naturalistically carved brown bear with a metal saddle holding a pair of cut glass salts
Height: 9cm Width: 14.5cm Depth: 12cm

 50-80

011
A GROUP OF ELEVEN ANTIQUE WROUGHT IRON FARM AND GARDENING TOOLS
19th to early 20th century
The hand forged and riveted tools including pitchforks, multi-pronged weeders or hoes, one with arrow points, a hanging hook, timber handled wool bale hooks, two with remnant makers' incuse stamps
Length: 30cm and smaller

 100-200

012
A DELIGHTFUL HALCYON DAYS MONKEY IN A STERLING SILVER GILT MOUNT
20th century, signed JO
The seated monkey holding fruits, the silver gilt mount probably serving as a seal; with petite backstamp and initials of decorator
Height: 5.5cm

 200-250

013
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH MINIATURE PAINTING OF A WOMAN IN A GOLD PLATED FRAME
1775, with date and initials, A.S. to margin
The portrait bust in watercolour and white highlights on ivory of a woman in a powdered wig and a white lace dress upon a pastel blue painted ground, in an oval gold plated frame with bail
Length: 7.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 150-250

014
A DIEPPE CARVED ANTIQUE IVORY SEAL
19th century
Beautifully and finely carved with a tapering stem richly embellished with flora and an acanthus decorated terminal
Length: 8cm

 100-150

015
AN ANTIQUE VELVET COVERED 'AIDE MEMOIRE' AND CARD HOLDER
Mid 19th century
In violet, with an oval glass reverse painting of a European port scene, with gilt plated ornate spandrels, the interior lined in watermelon red watered silk with a concertina card holder and a booklet with pencil
Width: 10.5cm

 100-150

016
HOLLOWAY, THOMAS (1748-1827)
Portrait of a Georgian gentleman
A profile portrait in pencil on paper and housed in a small timber frame with annotation verso, 'Geo 3 Gentleman by Thomas Holloway purchased by W. Forte (?) directly from his descendants...'; Holloway was an English portraitist, miniaturist and line engraver who studied at the Royal Academy
Height: 14cm Width: 11.5cm

 100-200

017
AN ANTIQUE MOTHER-OF-PEARL CARD CASE
19th century
The diamond tiled case with a central silver lozenge with a vacant cartouche and engraved floral design, with a solid clasp and hinge and original blue lining
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

018
A PARQUETRY WORKBOX, TWO TREEN CASED TAPE MEASURES
19th century and after
A workbox in mixed timbers: walnut, mahogany and rosewood, with varied perspective cube, diamond and chevron designs, a five pointed star to the canted lid, the interior with the original tray and silk lined lid; a circular treen box with a vintage tape measure and a later treen style blonde box with measure
Height: 15cm Width: 28cm Depth: 19.5cm

 150-250

019
A FRAMED COLLECTION OF ANCIENT AMULETS AND A SMALL TERRACOTTA VESSEL
Three bronze rings and a tiny pot with lugs, housed in a mahogany framed shadow box
Length: 42.5cm Width: 22.5cm Depth: 7cm

 100-150

020
A GROUP OF FOUR VARIED VINTAGE TIMBER BOXES
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising an oak canteen or paint colours box, a mahogany letter rack or desk organiser with a Sheraton style inlaid decoration, an Italian cigarette box with an .800 silver clad hinged lid, and a small rectangular box with a shaped brass escutcheon
Height: 8.5cm Width: 38cm Depth: 33cm

 200-300

021
A TUNBRIDGEWARE ROSEWOOD WORK BOX
Later 19th century
The box with a fitted compartmentalised tray covered in red patterned paper, the box with bold patterned parquetry borders and mother-of-pearl escutcheons; with key
Height: 12cm Width: 25cm Depth: 17.5cm

 150-250

022
AN ART NOUVEAU COLOURED TIMBER GLOVE BOX
Circa: 1900
A sycamore lined box, probably cherrywood, of typical long hinged form, the top with floral decoration emulating pyrography with black outlines and pale foliage with tinted pink flowers, with key
Height: 6.5cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 9.5cm

 150-200

023
TWO ANTIQUE TIMBER AND BRASS SPIRIT LEVELS
Early 20th century, with maker's mark for Henry Disston, Keystone Toolworks, Philadelphia, USA, other unmarked
A double vial Henry Disston spirit level, with brass facing plaque, and an unmarked smaller level with a single vial, and tapering to both ends; both in working order
Length: 40.5cm and 25.5cm

 30-50

024
TWO VICTORIAN PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS COMPLETE WITH PORTRAIT AND SOUVENIR PHOTOGRAPHS
19th century
A mother-of-pearl album complete with family portraits; a leather bound album with family photographs and souvenirs of contemporary theatrical, sporting, aristocratic and captains of industry figures, with annotations
Height: 16.5cm Width: 24cm and smaller

 100-200

025
AN ANTIQUE BRASS MORTAR AND PESTLE
19th to 20th century
The heavy gauge apothecary mortar with a trumpet style body with knopped lug handles and a double-ended pestle
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 12cm (mortar)

 50-100

026
A FINE COLLECTION OF FIVE ANTIQUE TIMBER SAILING BLOCKS
19th century
Ranging from light to heavy duty blocks, comprising three twin blocks and two single blocks, with brass and timber sheaves or pulleys, and a range of metal fittings including steel rope, iron block connecting shackles and hooks, the pieces all rivet joined
Length: 41cm and smaller

 100-200

027
A VINTAGE CAROUSEL HORSE
Early 20th century
In light toned pine, stripped, distressed, repaired with metal strapping and rivets creating a 'patchwork' effect to areas of the body, without mane, features or harnessing
Height: 92cm Length: 108cm Width: 25cm

 300-500

028
AN ANTIQUE BRASS REPOUSSÉ CUSHION MIRROR
19th century
A central bevelled glass surrounded by canted glass panels set within a richly embellished repoussé frame with palmette and vegetal borders, with floral embellished corners and surmounted by an arched and pierced shell and floral crest
Height: 57.5cm Width: 40.5cm

 100-300

029
A REPRODUCTION 'LADY AND THE UNICORN' TAPESTRY, 'LE GOUT'
20th century, manufactured by Editions d'Art de Rambouillet, France
A quality reproduction woven tapestry based on the Flanders original from the collection at the Musée National du Moyen Âge, formerly Musée de Cluny in Paris; with original atelier label
Height: 138cm Width: 164cm

 100-200

030
A RUSSIAN ORTHODOX ICON OF SAINT NICHOLAS THE WONDERWORKER
19th century
In muted colours and gilding upon a gesso prepared timber panel with battens depicting a half length figure of Saint Nicholas attired in his red 'felón' with bishop crosses, his right hand configured in the sign of sacred benediction, his left cradling the open gospel, with two roundels depicting Christ holding a closed Gospel and the Virgin to the other holding the omophorion, the bishop's vestment
Height: 45cm Width: 39cm

 500-800

031
A RUSSIAN ORTHODOX FOUR PART ICON
19th century
In muted egg tempera colours and gilding upon a gesso prepared timber panel with battens depicting two images of the Virgin with Christ child to the upper section, and depictions of saints to the lower, a bishop holding the Gospel with his hand in the sign of benediction and a female saint walking in a landscape with a small child, two roundels of Christ and god head figures, smaller saints to the margins
Height: 36cm Width: 31cm

 300-600

032
AN ANTIQUE ORTHODOX ICON OF SAINT HELEN AND SAINT CONSTANTINE FINDING THE TRUE CROSS
Possibly 18th century
The icon in tempera colours and silver gilt on a gesso prepared ground upon a timber panel with the figures of the two saints beside the cross, with script in Greek to image
Height: 24cm Width: 16.5cm

 300-400

033
AN ANTIQUE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX ICON OF ST GEORGE AND THE DRAGON
19th century
The icon in tempera colours on a gesso prepared ground on a timber panel with battens, painted in the Western manner with an animated saint and horse in a landscape setting, with Church Slavonic script in Cyrillic to image
Height: 45cm Width: 37cm

 500-800

034
A VELVET COVERED FOOT STOOL
Late 19th to early 20th century, with maker's plaque of W.H. Rocke & Co, Melbourne
The circular cushion stool with a gilded timber base with a rope twist embellishment and raised on three brass lion's paw feet, upholstered in deep olive velvet, maker's plaque underside
Height: 14cm Diameter: 33cm

 100-200

035
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE BRASS ANDIRONS WITH MATCHING FENDER
19th century
The andirons of conical form with black porcelain cup covers, brass waisted necks and bases, flared bracket handles with animal motifs and an extendable fender with Greek fret engraved designs
Height: 46cm Width: 98cm

 200-400

036
AN ART NOUVEAU BRONZE FEMALE BUST, AFTER VICTOR BRUYNEEL (ACTIVE LATE 19TH CENTURY)
A later casting of a 19th century model of a smiling woman in a large hat and with flowers in her hair, in patinated bronze colours and raised on a metal faux mottled marble base; with incised signature to the side
Height: 30.5cm

 160-320

037
A BLACK MARBLE NAPOLEON III MERCURY REGULATOR MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1870s, with maker's stamp of Vincent et Cie
The elegant architectural arched clock with a visible escapement and a black chapter ring with Roman numerals, the glazed section below housing the mercury pendulum, upon an extended base, with refined and striking inlaid malachite adornments, with key and in working order
Height: 51.5cm Width: 37cm Depth: 21cm

 2800-3400

038
A FINE FRENCH MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Later 19th century, with Gold Medal Paris stamp to mechanism
With a floral decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a pillar surmounted with fruits of the harvest and flanked by impressive allegorical figures, Demeter with her attributes of the harvest, and Iris, with caduceus, raised on a marble base, with key and pendulum and in working order
Height: 62cm Width: 48.5cm Depth: 18.5cm

 1300-1600

039
A BLACK MARBLE MERCURY REGULATOR CLOCK
Late 19th century, with marker's mark for Japy Frères
The boldly designed clock having a visible escapement with a black marble chapter ring with gilded white cartouches and Roman numerals set within a drum head above a triangular body with volute decoration above a plinth base, with red and ochre marble trims throughout, with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 42cm Depth: 15.5cm

 450-600

040
A THREE PIECE ART DECO FIGURAL CLOCK SET
1930s, maker's mark of Marti, dial with 'A La Renaissance' Paris
The clock with a bronzed dial with Arabic numerals set within a hexagonal body in vigorously mottled purple marble trimmed with green onyx and a wavy line metal border, supported by two kneeling bobbed hair caryatids upon a marble base, with conforming side tazze, with key and pendulum and in working order
Height: 31.5cm Width: 37cm Depth: 15cm (clock)

 1700-2000

041
A FINE FRENCH INLAID MAHOGANY PORTICO CLOCK
Late 19th century
The clock with a bronze dial with Roman numerals within a scallop shell bordered bezel held within a portico finely inlaid in satinwood with acanthus, arabesque and shell motifs throughout, the pillars with finely cast capitals and engine turned bases, with an impressive large scallop shell pendulum, with key and in working order
Height: 52cm Width: 26cm Depth: 15cm

 1600-2000

042
A FINE LARGE BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
Second half 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Freres
The architecturally styled gong striking clock with a diamond pointed top flanked by arching ribbed canopies supported by four Corinthian columns, the black dial with a gilded chapter ring bearing Roman numerals, the long base with further arched and ogee forms to the side, with key
Height: 46cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 800-1200

043
A FIGURAL BLACK MARBLE REGULATOR CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century
The Neoclassical Revival clock having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a gilt bezel beneath a domed glass and set in a black marble architectural plinth, surmounted by a Grecian female musician resting upon a column, the gilded side vases with goat's head handles conforming
Height: 61cm Width: 33.5cm Depth: 17.5cm

 550-700

044
AN ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s
The shaped pointed arch clock in vigorously figured red and amber marble, having a white enamel dial with Arabic numerals flanked by applied bronze cornucopia spilling flowers in low relief and accompanied by conforming side tazze, with key and pendulum
Height: 26cm Width: 45cm Depth: 11cm

 280-320

045
A FINE PAIR OF RESTAURATION ORMOLU AND MARBLE CANDELABRA
Circa: 1820
The seven light Louis XVI style candelabra with leafy and elaborately scrolled arms holding urn style nozzles, raised on flecked grey green Pyrenees marble baluster bases adorned with three ram's heads supporting festoons and long supports to hoof feet and shaped triform bases
Height: 80cm

 12000-15000

046
A PAIR OF FRENCH BRONZE, ORMOLU AND MARBLE CANDELABRA
Later 19th century
The Louis XVI inspired candelabra with four curvaceous leafy arms supporting vegetal pans and cup form nozzles with spiralling motifs, the central stem of similar design, an urn form lower section and raised on shaped rouge marble bases with ormolu acanthus cabriole feet
Height: 58cm

 500-800

047
A FINE BRONZE FIGURE OF A MAN BY DECOUX
Circa: 1920s-30s
A bold and well textured patinated bronze figure of a man kneeling on one knee wearing a girdle and holding a spear above his shoulder, in a state of poised tension and concentration, signed Decoux to the black marble tan faced navette shaped base
Height: 45.5cm Width: 99cm

 6000-10000

048
A FINE EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU AND PORTORO MARBLE DESK SET
19th century
The beautifully veined black marble desk set of rectangular form, framed with shallow recesses for pens, a pair of low stepped plinths supporting finely cast ormolu glass lined ink wells with domed covers and finials decorated with restrained Empire elements
Height: 18.5cm Width: 40cm Depth: 21cm

 400-600

049
AN ORMOLU DESK SET
19th century
The Rococo desk set cast and pierced with scroll and foliate motifs, raised on four leafy feet, with a pair of lobed pedestal cup ink pots with lug handles and similarly decorated lids with ornate finials, blue glass liners to both
Height: 9.5cm Width: 25.5cm Depth: 17cm

 100-200

050
A PAIR OF SILVERED BRONZE AND GILDED 'MAN - THE WARRIOR' FIGURES
20th century, designed by Guiseppe Vasari of Milan for The Gorham Company USA
From a limited edition of two hundred statuettes comprising: 'Viking Warrior', and 'Spanish Grandee', both silver clad and richly gilded in 24 carat gold, raised on engraved signatures to the legs of both figures, raised on onyx bases
Height: 29cm and 23.5cm

 700-900

051
A GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF A YOUNG DUTCH GIRL BY RENE-PAUL MARQUET (1875-1937)
The animated figure of a little Dutch girl in cap and clogs, carrying a basket of flowers and a single bloom in her hand, with ivory carved face and hands, and raised on an onyx circular base, signed Marquet to the hem
Height: 17.5cm

 1100-1400

052
A PAIR OF ART DECO GREEN SPELTER VASES
Circa: 1920s-30s
Trumpet style urn vases with pedestal bases raised on black marble circular plinths in a deep sage green satin verdigris finish
Height: 25cm

 150-250

053
A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE WALL SCONCES IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
19th century
The now electrified pair of sconces with spiral twist embellished arms and nozzles holding electric candles supported on cast fabric style ribbon tied supports with tassels
Length: 60cm Width: 25cm Depth: 14cm

 100-200

054
A PAIR OF GILT BRONZE SMALL SIDE LAMPS WITH DEMI-LUNE SHADES
Early 20th century and after
The pair comprising converted French cast candlesticks with Rococo styling, populated with leafy forms and small insects, with cream silk shades with green trims
Height: 43.5cm Width: 24cm

 200-400

055
A RENAISSANCE REVIVAL COPPER OIL LAMP
Later 19th century
The ovoid vase profusely cast with mascarons, winged lion heads and scroll and shell forms above a tripod base, with brass fittings, a frosted chimney and a large lobed mushroom cap glass shade in opaque salmon pink; with vintage electrical conversion to British standards
Height: 46.5cm

 200-300

056
A FOUR ARM TIMBER AND WROUGHT IRON TABLE LAMP WITH SHADE
The urn form stem raised upon a waisted plinth and circular base, the upper section with a scrolling wrought iron bird cage arrangement issuing four foliate arms with nozzles supporting electric candles, with a pleated ecru conical shade
Height: 92cm

 100-200

057
A FINE BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP BY DEMETRE CHIPARUS (1886-1947)
Circa: 1920s-30s
'The Hunter', in patinated and lightly hammered bronze depicting a tensely posed male figure in a draped girdle holding a spear above a crouching panther, raised on a striking angled and well figured black and tan porto marble base, engraved signature of D H Chiparus to the base
Height: 86cm Width: 93cm Depth: 14cm

 15000-18000

058
TWO JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY KUNIYOSHI, UTAGAWA (1797-1861) AND SHARAKU, TOSHUSAI, (ABOUT 1794)
A Kuniyoshi woodblock of a full length actor as an animated samurai with the publisher's seal of Hori Takichi, and a half profile woodblock by Sharaku of a Kabuki actor, with publisher's seal of Tsutaya Juzaburo, with signatures
Height: 38.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 300-400

059
TWO JAPANESE UKIYO-E WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY HIROSHIGE, ANDO (1797-1858), AND HIROSHIGE II UTAGAWA (1829-1869)
A woodblock print of figures with umbrellas walking beside a waterway with large pavilion in the background by Hiroshige II, and a scene with an animated trio with kites, signed 'Hiroshige'; with seals and signatures to both
Height: 33.5cm Width: 23cm

 300-500

060
HIROSHIGE, ANDO (1797-1858)
A pair of ukiyo-e woodblock prints, including 'Kawasaki', number three from the first Hoeido edition of 'The Fifty Three Stations of the Tokaido' 1831-34, depicting a ferry boat crossing a river; and one other print of a boating scene in winter, both with artist's signatures, script and seal marks
Height: 23.5cm Width: 36cm

 400-600

061
A JAPANESE WOODBLOCK OF A BIRD
Edo period, early 19th century
A bird with fantastic plumage in a blossom branch, with script and red seal
Height: 25cm Width: 31.5cm

 100-150

062
HIROSHIGE, ANDO (1797-1858)
Woodblock print from the 1850 Marusei edition of 'Fifty three stations of The Tokaido: number 17, 'Yui', depicting figures on the foreshore and others gazing from a lookout to the sea and cliffs, with seals and script
Height: 20.5cm Width: 32.5cm

 200-400

063
HIROSHIGE, ANDO (1797-1858), AND OTHER UKIYO-E WOODBLOCK PRINT
1833-1843, other similar but unidentified
A woodblock in colours, 'Snowing in the precinct of the Kameido Shrine' from 'Famous view of the Eastern Capital', with signature and publisher's seal for Kikakudo; and one other print, a topographical scene of waterways and flat landscape, signature and seals presumably under mount
Height: 35cm Width: 23.5cm (portrait scene)

 100-200

064
HOKUSAI, KATSUSHIKA (1760-1849)
Two woodblock prints from the series, '36 Views of Mt Fuji': number 14, 'Tea House at Koishikawa' - the morning after a snowfall, and; number 31, 'Cranes at Umezawa Manor in Sagami Province'; with signatures and script to both
Height: 24.5cm Width: 36.5cm

 300-500

065
A PAIR OF JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS
Edo period, early to mid 19th century
The samurai figures with signature, script and seals to both
Height: 35.5cm Width: 24cm

 300-500

066
A LARGE JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT
Edo period, about 1800
A monochrome image of a samurai figure, apparently Shaki, by an unknown artist; bearing a handwritten certification label verso dated 1950 with description
Height: 51cm Width: 29.5cm

 200-400

067
A JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT OF A SULPHUR CRESTED COCKATOO
20th century
The cockatoo perched on a branch above a mottled teal ground, with horizontal bordered signature lower right
Height: 29.5cm Width: 22.5cm (image only)

 80-140

068
TWO JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINTS BY KUNISADA, UTAGAWA (1786-1865)
A contemporary beauty from one of Kunsida's Bijin series, with signature and red toshidama seal below; the other with three figures beside a river, with signature within cartouche and publisher's seal for Ibaya Senzaburo
Height: 36cm Width: 25cm (image only)

 150-250

069
A LARGE JAPANESE WOODBLOCK PRINT
Edo period, 19th century
A figural scene depicting two male and one female figure with lanterns and trees, a village strung with lanterns to the sides, the tri panelled print with various seals and signatures
Height: 35cm Width: 74cm

 100-300

070
A JAPANESE BRONZE VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The baluster vase with a carinate shaped collar, lightly decorated with a frieze of silver inlaid stringing to the upper body
Height: 18.5cm

 100-200

071
A FINE SIGNED FIGURAL SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with partial gold bordered signature
The lobed baluster vase in muted green and russet tones with a brocaded collar between wavy and chevron patterned borders, the body decorated with a continuous scene of nine apparently masked figures and a young attendant in a bamboo forest; signed underside
Height: 16cm

 400-600

072
A FINE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, mid 20th century
The tall baluster vase in soft sea green decorated with a spray of silver wired orchids in white with touches of pink, the silvered rims probably by Ando
Height: 31cm

 800-1200

073
TWO SMALL SIGNED VINTAGE JAPANESE KATABURI NETSUKE
In ivory, a comical netsuke of a male figure with a turtle in a jar, the other, a male figure crouching above a net on a stick, with a bird upon his back; both signed underside Nan Ita? and with himotoshi to back of each
Length: 5cm and shorter

 450-600

074
TWO SIGNED JAPANESE KATABURI NETSUKE
In ivory, a figure of an elderly seated man playing a drum, signed Nan-Taku underside and with himotoshi to the back, the other depicting a man apparently hitting a child on the head with a clacker and in the company of a small dog, himotoshi underside and signed Kazayuki-Isshi, the clacker also with signature or script, both items presented on small stands
Length: 6.5cm and smaller

 500-700

075
A PAIR OF SIGNED FIGURAL SATSUMA VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with shimazu family crest, black cartouche of Hodota
The square section baluster vases with waisted gold brocaded collars and necks, with deity figures, warriors and domestic narratives to all faces in richly gilded muted tones; signatures and marks of Dai Nippon underside
Height: 16cm

 650-850

076
A PAIR OF THOUSAND FLOWER SATSUMA VASES
Taisho Period (1912 - 1926) period, name of Koshida to red cartouche
The baluster vases with small waisted necks with patterned collars and richly decorated with myriad pastel toned flowers with accents of iron red, the decoration trailing just shy of the base; marks underside
Height: 15.5cm

 300-500

077
A SIGNED SATSUMA SCENIC AND FIGURAL VASE BY RYUZAN
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with shimazu family crest, and signature to red cartouche
The baluster vase with a gilt and enamelled floral collar, patterned gilt and black borders enclosing a continuous scene of female figures engaged in boating and narratives in a domestic garden and lakeside setting; signed underside
Height: 18.5cm

 1200-1500

078
A THREE PIECE SIGNED SCENIC SATSUMA TEA SET
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with gold bordered black cartouche
The setting with pierced bracket handles and low domed lids with cloud form handles, decorated to the bodies of each with figures in a lakeside landscape with pavilions, in colours with gilt enrichment; signatures underside
Height: 12.5cm

 300-400

079
A DELIGHTFUL SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY OKIMONO OF A CRAB SELLER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The engaging and animated Tokyo school style figure of a young boy yelping in shock as a crab nips his fingers, with two other crabs to his feet and with a finely carved and pierced vase of flowers upon a stand to the side, signed underside and presented on a small timber stand
Height: 15.5cm

 700-900

080
FIVE KUTANI WARES: A TEAPOT AND TWO CUP AND SAUCER PAIRS
Taisho period, early 20th century, all items signed
A small eggplant shaped teapot with a moulded lid with calyx and stem finial decorated with fan, cloud and other shapes with figures and objects upon a wrigglework ground, the cups and saucers with figural medallions and vegetal forms in iron red and gold colours, signed underside, teapot signed to handle
Height: 10cm (teapot)

 80-150

081
TWO ORIENTAL PORCELAIN PLATES AND A CHARGER
20th century
Two famille rose plates in the Cantonese manner centred with figures in traditional landscape settings and coloured borders with fruits, flowers and bird roundels, and a fine Kutani charger with four figures in a domestic fenced landscape, the border with arabesque decorations to shaped reserves, marks underside to all
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 37cm and smaller

 100-200

082
A JAPANESE BRASS KORO
Probably Taisho period, early 20th century
Rectangular with a pierced arching cover on fantastic animal mask feet, the sides with bird decorations and the long sides each with a dragon medallion amidst clouds and lightning
Height: 17cm Length: 21cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

083
A JAPANESE LACQUERED TEA CADDY
Early 20th century
The rectangular hinged box with fan and flower shapes to the lid decorated with red and gold colours depicting birds and landscapes, the body with floral motifs and tendrils, with a circular patterned escutcheon and opening to two silver lined compartments with lids decorated with gingko leaf motifs and petite nut finials
Height: 13cm Width: 21cm Depth: 12.5cm

 100-150

084
A THAI DANCER TABLE LAMP
Comprising a posed bronzed Thai dancer in traditional attire with a carved timber gilt foliate support and a lotus styled base, supporting an electric light fitting and an old gold waisted light shade with velvet leafy trims
Height: 95cm

 300-500

085
A GUANYIN TABLE LAMP
Comprising a seated bronzed Guanyin carrying a lotus vessel, with a timber mandorla behind and raised on a double lotus base, supporting an electric light fitting and an old gold waisted lightshade with a slub motif and a turban top
Height: 107cm

 400-800

086
AN INDIAN MUGHAL MINIATURE PAINTING
In gouache colours depicting five male figures in a garden setting, two beneath a tent canopy, with Arabic script to the margins
Height: 19.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 100-200

087
A CHINESE BIRD PAINTING
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in muted gouache and watercolours and depicting a parent bird about to feed her young with a cricket, with trailing wisteria blooms and peony blossoms, on handmade paper and with repairs
Height: 118cm Width: 33cm

 100-200

088
A CHINESE FIGURAL PAINTING
A framed scroll painting in muted gouache and watercolours with ink highlights depicting female figures engaged in leisurely pursuits in a pavilion and traditional fenced garden and landscape setting populated with auspicious foliage
Height: 106cm Width: 51cm

 100-200

089
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE IVORY DOCTOR'S LADY
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A demure nude figure standing in a serpentine pose with her right hand behind her head entwined in a loop of long hair, her left hand toying with a loose section of hair, upon an integral ivory base and a timber stand
Height: 17cm

 240-320

090
A CHINESE IVORY PRAYER WHEEL
Probably first half to mid 20th century
In the manner of a Buddhist prayer wheel with a pierced rotating section and a fixed upper drum with relief carved dragon motifs surmounted by an elaborate turned finial
Height: 21cm

 240-320

091
A TRIO OF CHINESE PAINTED GLASS SCENT BOTTLES
Clear cased cushion profile bottles, oval, baluster and square shaped, variously decorated with lotus, red crested cranes and deity figures, one without stopper
Height: 11cm and smaller

 100-200

092
A CHINESE JADE CARVING OF DEER
Circa: 1980
In boldly coloured white to deep spinach green jade and depicting two deer, symbols of longevity, one recumbent, the other grazing on a pine tree, resting in a fitted timber base
Height: 18.5cm

 650-1000

093
A PAIR OF CHINESE HARDSTONE SEALS
The long rectangular seals of figured hardstone in handsome green and grey colours, with signature and seals to both
Length: 15cm

 500-700

094
A SMALL QINGBAI STYLE DISH
The floriform dish centred with the sgraffito image of a seated Buddha figure, with a characteristic translucent ice blue glaze
Height: 3cm Diameter: 12.5cm

 300-400

095
A LARGE CREAM AND TAN CHINESE JADE FIGURAL GROUP
In modulating hues of rich cream with splashes of tan and depicting two baby figures playing amidst lotus, gourds and a fish, on a fitted carved timber stand
Height: 19cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 14cm

 200-400

096
A FINELY CARVED AND SIGNED CHINESE CINNABAR SNUFF BOTTLE
The cushion shaped snuff bottle with a flower carved stopper, brass mounts and original spoon, well carved with vases of flowers, auspicious fruits and Buddhist objects upon a diaper ground, the sides and neck with flowers and knots, signed to the black lacquered base
Height: 6.5cm

 150-250

097
A CHINESE CARVED JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
The circular cushion profile snuff bottle carved with flowers, buds and a bird, in modulating hues of celadon to bright emerald green with tan inclusions, with a pale jade stopper and spoon
Height: 5.5cm

 150-250

098
FOUR CHINESE DOGS OF FO: A PORCELAIN PAIR, A SINGLE PORCELAIN DOG AND ONE MARBLE
Early to later 20th century
All of typical stylised form and raised on plinths including a single rich sancai glazed dog with tightly whorled knots to the mane, with repair; a pair of smaller dogs (provenance: the Frank Thring Collection); and a grey marble dog
Height: 25cm and smaller

 250-350

099
A NOVELTY CHINESE CLOISONNÉ 'PEACH' TEAPOT
The peach shaped teapot with moulded leaves enclosed within a twig form frame serving as the base, handle and spout, with articulated leaves and embellished with wire worked coloured peaches and flowers upon an apple green ground
Height: 19cm Width: 25cm

 300-500

100
A PAIR OF CLOISONNÉ ASHTRAYS AND A MATCHING CIGARETTE BOX
20th century
The brass wired cloisonné ashtrays centred with lotus flowers in pink, yellow and green colours upon a sky blue ground, with bright green trailing foliage and key fret teal borders, the cigarette box of conforming design and having a blue interior
Height: 5cm Length: 16cm Width: 8.5cm (box)

 100-200

101
A PAIR OF CHINESE SPINACH JADE BOWLS
Tapering ogee bowls in figured translucent light green jade, with timber display stands
Height: 6cm Diameter: 12.5cm

 300-500

102
A GROUP OF THREE ANTIQUE PORCELAIN CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES
A cylindrical famille rose bottle with a phoenix and flora bearing a partial apocryphal Qianlong seal underside, and two cushion shaped bottles, one with cricket motifs and the other with coral coloured male figures to both sides, four character painted marks underside; all with jade and pink quartz crystal stoppers and spoons
Heights: 8cm and 9.5cm

 200-300

103
A FINE GROUP OF TEN SMALL CHINESE SOAPSTONE AND JADE SEALS
Early 20th century and later
Ranging from celadon to modulating maroon, tan and cream colours and depicting dogs of fo, deity, bird and dragon finials, includes a boxed pair, two pieces signed and two bearing jianding wax seals
Height: 8cm and smaller

 100-200

104
A PAIR OF CHINESE SOAPSTONE DOGS OF FO
The traditional stylised pair of seated fearsome dogs with tightly curled hair, each raised upon a rectangular plinth and well carved in pleasing soft grey soapstone
Height: 14.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 6cm

 300-500

105
FIVE CHINESE CARVED FIGURINES IN SEMI PRECIOUS STONES AND CORAL
Comprising three Guanyin figurines in mottled lapis lazuli, modulating tones of purple amethyst, and a sinuous figure carved from coral; two folkloric figurines in the Central Asian style with large skirts over bloomers and headscarfs, one figure with a small pail
Height: 14.5cm and smaller

 300-500

106
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE IVORY FEMALE FIGURINE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The nude standing figure posing as a water carrier, bearing a carved pot with a timber stopper supported upon her shoulder, her long hair partly coiffed in ornate twists and scrolls, stand now absent
Height: 16cm

 240-320

107
TWO PIECES OF CHINESE JADE: A DEITY FIGURINE AND A BELT HOOK
In grey green jade, a simplified androgynous Guanyin style figurine, the right hand raised in benediction, and a dragon style pierced belt hook in pale olive colours with tan inflections
Height: 19cm (guanyin)

 300-400

108
A GROUP OF TEN SMALL CARVED SEMI PRECIOUS STONE CHINESE FIGURINES
Comprising seven miniature seated deity figures in amethyst, agate, rock crystal, tiger eye, pink quartz, bright green jade, and probably black jade; a small walking figure in modulating mid green and brown tones bearing a Jianding seal, a grey jade figure with a jin chan toad to his back; and a small animal as found
Height: 6cm and smaller

 100-200

109
A GROUP OF FOUR CHINESE PORCELAIN AND EARTHENWARE ITEMS
Includes a pear shaped mottled glaze earthenware vase with lug handles and bearing a Jianding seal, two famille rose brush pots, includes a pierced pot in the Cantonese style and a small signed dish with figures in a garden setting, with four character seal and jianding seal
Height: 16.5cm and smaller

 100-200

110
A GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE GUANYIN FIGURINES IN VARIOUS MATERIALS
An elegant group of standing Guanyin figurines in tan and green soapstone, box wood, hardwood, and dark coloured horn
Height: 22.5cm and smaller

 300-500

111
A GROUP OF FOUR CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES IN JADE AND AGATE
Of squared, flask and pear shaped cushion profile, without decoration to demonstrate the colour and inflections of the coloured stones ranging from deep green to celadon and russet pink, with a variety of stone stoppers including tiger eye, jade, one stopper with aventurescence
Height: 7cm and smaller

 200-300

112
A GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE PAINTED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES
The group of high shouldered cushion profile snuff bottles each with cased painted designs including two traditional landscapes, one signed landscape bottle with remnant snuff, a signed bird decorated bottle, another with birds and fish, and a bottle with a rotund Buddha to one face contrasting with an ascetic to the other, all with stoppers and spoons; with box
Height: 9cm and smaller

 150-250

113
TWO VINTAGE HEAD PIECES FROM CENTRAL ASIA, AFGHANISTAN AND OTHER
A cross stitched straight -sided cap with brightly coloured geometric borders with gilt thread highlights, embellished with glass, enamel, brass and semi-precious stone beads, clusters of silvered tassels to the sides; together with a low pleated straight-sided cap in cotton with braiding and a pressed silver frieze depicting figures on horseback, with a silver fringe

 160-200

114
A CHINESE BINH THUAN SHIPWRECK BLACK BLUE AND WHITE BOWL
Ming Dynasty, circa: 1608
The Wanli period Swatow bowl richly decorated with underglaze black blue decoration on an oatmeal ground centred with a double phoenix in a flower garden setting, the cavetto embellished with five cloud shaped floral reserves between scale patterns, firing grit to foot rim, applied Christie's label, number 12869
Height: 5cm Diameter: 26cm

 360-420

115
A CHINESE POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PLAQUE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
Depicting a contemplative seated male deity figure in a landscape setting, sporting a prominent bald head and accompanied by books, a basket and a double gourd water carrier, with script and red seals throughout, housed in a Chinese timber frame
Height: 62cm Width: 41cm (includes frame)

 300-400

116
A SMALL VINTAGE CHINESE SIX LEAF TABLE SCREEN
Mid 20th century
The six fabric covered leaves each with silk panels embroidered in silk and metallic thread with figures in auspicious landscape settings, with applied embroidered Buddhist objects and braided panels to the top and bottom, the back papered with script
Height: 81cm Width: 105cm

 200-400

117
A CHINESE ENAMEL DECORATED HU VASE
The pear shaped vase with deer head lug handles, decorate with qilin to quatrefoil reserves surrounded by stylised flora in red, blue, black and teal colours upon a yellow ground; bearing an apocryphal Qianlong seal mark underside
Height: 32cm

 500-700

118
AN ELABORATE TRADITIONAL AFGHAN TURKOMAN HEAD DRESS
Probably a wedding costume, the conical hat in padded cotton richly embellished with silvered disks and fringing with cotton wrapped straps, tassels, and threaded beading, long lappets decorated with glass and stone set metalwork

 100-200

119
A LARGE FAMILLE ROSE ROULEAU VASE
Republic
era, early 20th century
The vase with continuous scenes of warrior figures on horseback and attendants carrying standards in a traditional landscape setting between lappet, ruyi, fret and stiff leaf borders, the collar with floral embellishments upon a scrolling lemon ground
Height: 47.5cm

 900-1100

120
A LARGE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
The baluster vase with a waisted carinate collar and neck, with a broad rollover rim and a waisted lower section, with applied ring handles with butterfly mounts, the body part decorated with borders of stylised flora in muted colours
Height: 45cm

 300-500

121
A PAIR OF CHINESE TRUMPET NECK CLOISONNÉ AND BRONZE BALUSTER VASES
The tall slender vases decorated with fantastic flowers and tendrils upon a teal ground, with yellow stiff leaf borders to the rims, housed in bronze mounts with applied trailing and scaly dragon figures above open work circular bases
Height: 58.5cm

 1500-1800

122
A CHINESE HARDWOOD TWO DOOR CABINET
20th century
The cabinet of typical slightly 'A' frame form with an extended top with upturned ends above two drawers with shou medallions serving as cup form handles, fielded cupboards below similarly decorated and opening to shelving, with spandrels, a shaped apron, the sides extending to small feet
Height: 82cm Width: 92cm Depth: 38cm

 200-300

123
A SIX LEAF DOUBLE-SIDED CHINESE COROMANDEL SCREEN
The richly carved lacquer screen depicting birds amidst auspicious flowering prunus blossoms, with peony, pomegranate and bamboo in a rockwork flower garden, in muted colours upon a gold leaf ground, the reverse similarly decorated upon a black lacquer ground with cracked ice borders
Height: 175cm Width: 246cm

 300-500

124
A LARGE ANTIQUE INDIAN METAL BOUND DOWRY CHEST ON WHEELS
With an arched top with dual heavy metal engraved locks, riveted strapwork with embossed patterned borders and serrated edging, rosette studwork to the front, raised on timber wheels hidden behind shaped timber panels
Height: 102cm Width: 132cm Depth: 80cm

 100-200

125
A FINE CHINESE INLAID ROSEWOOD ALTAR TABLE
20th century
The table with a top well inlaid with mother-of-pearl vases and roundels depicting auspicious Buddhist symbols, arabesque motifs to the roll over ends, the pierced apron with carved archaistic motifs centred with an inlaid roundel, and raised upon shaped square form legs with block feet and side stretchers
Height: 84cm Width: 122cm Depth: 40cm

 300-400

126
AN IMPRESSIVE PAIR OF CARVED CHINESE ELBOW CHAIRS
Profusely carved as writhing dragons with lyre style backs in the form of entwined dragon bodies, with dragon's head arms, shaped serpentine seats with shaped carved aprons and cabriole legs with decorated knees and scroll feet
Height: 84cm Width: 67cm Depth: 57cm

 800-1500

127
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASE
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
The waisted baluster vase with a trumpet neck, decorated in enamel colours with phoenix within a peony and maple leaf garden above a lappet border; with a double bordered stylised Guangxu seal underside
Height: 35.5cm

 150-250

128
A CHINESE OPIUM BED
The chaise style bed with a floral pierced motifs and spindles to the rear gallery with a rattan base and rolled rattan pillow, the skirt with spindles and a central drawer decorated with a butterfly in low relief, raised on straight legs with hoof feet
Height: 79cm Width: 183cm Depth: 71cm

 200-300

129
A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE FUR AND SKIN ACCESSORIES
Circa: 1970
Comprising four belts: leopard, zebra, snake skin and soft 'crackle' black leather, a leopard skin lady's cravat style scarf, leopard skin trimmed brown gloves (size 6.5), and a purse style leopard skin red leather lined clutch

 100-300

130
A VINTAGE ZEBRA PRINTED CALF SKIN LADY'S SLEEVELESS JACKET/TABARD
Circa: 1970
The waisted jacket with leather trims, having a zip front, brown Thai silk lining and a button tab feature to the sides

 100-300

131
A VINTAGE LEOPARD SKIN AND MINK JACKET
Circa: 1970 by Lisal of Melbourne
The jacket with a long line leopard vest and bold spiral stranded balloon sleeves with cuffs, the jacket front and collar with mink trim and having hook and eye edge to edge attachments, with label to silk lined interior, and monogram 'BS'

 300-500

132
A VINTAGE BLACK FUR VEST
Circa: 1970, by Alaska Furriers, Phoenix Arizona
The vest with a red silk lining with two hook and eye edge to edge closures

 50-100

133
A VINTAGE PYTHON SKIN COAT
Circa: 1970
A below the knee length double breasted 'A' line coat with belts, lined in light caramel satin and having a similar toned fur collar

 100-200

134
A VINTAGE MINK JACKET
1970s, by Bernarda
The box jacket with trimmed cuffs and edges, with toggle closures, lined in chocolate satin with velvet ribbon decoration, in near black mink with rich red brown highlights

 300-600

135
FIVE CONTINENTAL AND STERLING SILVER SALTS, TEA STRAINERS AND A SQUEEZER
1750 French; 19th to 20th century, Austro-Hungarian, German, Hong Kong, other
A fine provincial French pedestal and fluted salt cellar, with shell form and figure head handles, Caen circa: 1750; a squared pedestal Austro-Hungarian salt, two tea strainers, one a basket apparently unmarked, a sterling squeezer; hallmarked
Silver weight: 222gr Length: 13.5cm (strainer)

 80-120

136
A MIXED GROUP OF TWELVE AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
Late 19th to 20th century, with makers marks for J.H Silver, Britannic silver, Apex, W.J. Sanders, EC Silver, and others marked sterling silver
Comprising a selection of engine turned rings, and lozenge, triangular, hexagonal rings, including a pair by Britannic and a pair by EC; marked to all
Silver weight: 291gr

 150-250

137
SIXTEEN SILVER & STERLING BUTTER KNIVES, SPOONS, TONGS, DISH
Early 19th to 20th century, Polish, Dutch, Czech, German, Majorcan, Indian, Irish Britannia, English
Comprising two forks, sugar tongs, salt, sifter spoon, tea caddy spoon, souvenir spoons with enamel finials, tea and other spoons, one with an amber cabochon, two butter knives and a paté knife; marks to all
Total weight: 340gr Length: 19.5cm and smaller

 100-200

138
TWO CONTINENTAL SILVER BOWLS AND AN ENGLISH STERLING RIMMED CUT CRYSTAL CANDLE HOLDER
20th century, Germany and Italy, 1986 Birmingham, with maker's marks BS
A wavy edged German cream bowl with bead edging and an undulating ribbed lower section; an Italian oval bowl with a dart edge border and raised on lion's paw feet; and a modern cut crystal bowl centred with a candle holder
Silver weight: 195 gr (bowls only) Length: 13.5cm Width: 10.5cm and smaller

 50-100

139
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SALT AND PEPPER POTS, FOUR PEPPER POTS AND A SALT CELLAR
20th century, probably American, all marked sterling (pots); 1929 London, with maker's mark for J.B.Chatterley & Sons Ltd (salt)
A pair of pillar salt and pepper pots, four miscellaneous pillar and pedestal pots, an oval salt with a geometric frieze, with blue glass liner; hallmarked to all but one
Total weight: 314gr Height: 7.5cm and smaller

 150-250

140
TWO STERLING SILVER SALT & PEPPER PAIRS, A SALT CELLAR & SPOON, A MUSTARD POT & SALT PAIR, AN AUSTRALIAN MUSTARD POT
Birmingham 1915, with marks for William Vale & Sons, and later 20th century
Two pairs of small English salt and pepper pots, an unidentified plain oval salt and mustard pot, a modern sterling silver Neoclassical styled salt with spoon and an Australian mustard pot by Frederick Mole; hallmarked to all, some rubbed marks
Silver weight: 190gr Height: 4cm (salt) and smaller

 60-100

141
AN INTERESTING MIXED GROUP OF TEN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
20th century, with makers' marks for F.J.Mole, Stokes, W.J.Sanders, Tilbury & Lewis, G.H. Taylor, H divided by a sword, other marked sterling silver
Including cushion profile rings, bright cut and engraved rings and an oval ring with a spring loaded buckle; marked to all
Silver weight: 222gr

 150-250

142
FOUR PAIRS OF STERLING AND .950 SILVER NOVELTY SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
20th century, Japan and Denmark, the latter with maker's marks for Ela
Includes a pair of shamisen stringed instruments, a pair of traditional torii gates, and zori footwear, all marked .950; and a pair of pale blue and white enamelled star topped mushroom salt and peppers by Ela; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 181gr Height: 7cm Width: 7cm (Japanese) and smaller

 50-100

143
SEVEN STERLING AND CONTINENTAL SILVER DISHES AND SALTS
Early to later 20th century, 1912 Birmingham, Austria, Germany, Thailand, other
Including a pair of pierced octagonal Birmingham dishes, a tiny sterling silver tray by Poole, a German lozenge shaped salt, a cast Thai salt, a Viennese plain circular salt, and an unmarked bright cut prick worked pedestal salt; hallmarked to six items
Silver weight: 240gr Length: 8cm Width: 8cm (pierced dish)

 100-200

144
AN ELEGANT FOURTEEN PIECE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOON SET
1880, with maker's marks for Gorham
Comprising twelve small dessert spoons and two matching serving spoons, with tapering banded stems and crisply shaped terminals, bright cut with floral motifs; marked underside to stems
Silver weight: 440gr Length: 22cm and 15cm

 200-400

145
TWELVE STERLING SILVER SALTS: TWO PAIRS, TWO GROUPS OF FOUR
1880, 1913 Birmingham with marks for George Unite (pair); E.S. Barnsley, (four); 1880, 1907 London with marks for Charles Edwards (four); C S Harris & Sons (pair)
A quartet of floral, ribbed salts; a pair of Gothic styled footed salts; a tri -footed cauldron pair; four blue glass lined cauldron salts with pad feet; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 328gr Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 5cm

 200-300

146
THREE STERLING SILVER TOAST RACKS, ENGLISH AND TWO AUSTRALIAN
1932 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Edw. Viner; Hardy Brothers; JMD for probably JM Dempster
The small racks all of varied arched form with central carry handles; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 148gr
Height: 8cm Width: 8cm and smaller

 100-200

147
A GROUP OF THREE STERLING SILVER JUGS AND A SMALL BOWL
1914 Birmingham, with marks for Deakin & Francis; 1899 London, with engraved name of Rossi of Norwich, other
A compressed pedestal creamer of plain form, a scallop edged tri-footed sugar bowl (Rossi); a tiny pedestal ewer with a high set handle, an elegantly curved ewer ornament; marks to all
Silver weight: 195gr Height: 10.5cm (jug)

 100-150

148
TWENTY ONE STERLING AND CONTINENTAL SILVER FORKS, SPOONS, AND LADLES: ENGLISH, SCOTTISH, GERMAN, DUTCH AND RUSSIAN
18th to early 20th century
Eleven English Georgian, Victorian and later forks, single German and Dutch forks, small ladles from Sheffield and Glasgow, a Birmingham feather-edged christening spoon and fork, four twist stem Moscow post 1896 teaspoons; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 723gr Length: 20.5cm and smaller

 300-400

149
A SET OF SIX AND A SET OF FIVE STERLING SILVER GEORGIAN TEASPOONS
Early 19th century, both sets without town assay stamps but with date stamp, set of six marked with single letter 'D' for presumably maker's mark, set of five with maker's mark RC
Old English spoons; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 169gr Length: 13.5cm

 60-100

150
AN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CAKE SERVER AND FOUR SPOONS
Late 19th to early 20th century, various makers
A pierced and scroll decorated cake server, a serving spoon and matching pair of dessert spoons with cast floral stems and finials, and one other similar dessert spoon; marked to all
Silver weight: 290gr
Length: 24cm

 100-150

151
EIGHTEEN AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SPOONS, FORKS & TONGS
Late 19th to 20th century, various makers: Gorham, Tiffany & Co., Whiting, other
Comprising ten spoons including tea, dessert, a small ladle, sifter, small servers; a pair of Tiffany & Co coffee spoons, two baby spoons and a matching small handled fork by Gorham; a pair of sugar tongs, an Art Nouveau style fork, and a small pierced pickle fork; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 402gr Length: 17.5cm and smaller

 200-300

152
A MIXED GROUP OF TWELVE ELONGATED NAPKIN RINGS
20th century, with makers' marks for, Tilbury & Lewis, three with griffin stamps, others marked sterling silver
All of long rectangular form with rounded edges, and includes a pair, a trio, one with an enamelled Coat of Arms, a pair with hallmarked rose gold buttons and one engraved: 'Judith, from Uncle Graeme'; marked to all
Total weight: 443gr

 150-250

153
A MIXED GROUP OF TEN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS: A PAIR, A SET OF FOUR AND OTHERS
20th century, with makers' marks for Apex, Rodd, other marked sterling silver
Oval, lozenge and rectangular, including an engine turned pair and two others, a set of four leaf bordered rings, two rectangular rings, one with a beaten finish; marks to all
Silver weight: 227gr

 150-250

154
TWENTY SEVEN STERLING SILVER SPOONS, SIFTING SPOONS, TONGS
18th to early 20th century, various English assay offices and makers
Including a set of six scalloped apostle teaspoons with a matching sifter spoon and sugar tongs, three matching Victorian King's pattern spoons, five Georgian bright cut teaspoons, one unmarked; five matching Georgian Old English teaspoons, six others; hallmarked to all but one
Silver weight: 382gr Length: 14.5cm and smaller

 150-250

155
TWO PAIRS OF STERLING SILVER SALT CELLARS, TWO MUSTARD POTS
1902 Birmingham (pedestal salts), 1928 London (basin salts); 1901, 1909 London (pots)
A pair of plain boat shaped pedestal salts by Joseph Harrison and a pair of basin salts by Richard Comyns; a cylindrical mustard pot by C.S Harris and an oval pot by Hamilton & Co (Calcutta) both with shell form thumb pieces and liners; hallmarked
Silver weight: 480gr Height: 7.5cm (mustard pot)

 300-350

156
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER SALTS AND A PAIR OF PEPPER AND MUSTARD POTS
1921 Birmingham, with maker's marks for A & J Zimmerman (salts), and S. Blankensee (pots)
A pair of waisted and compressed salts with blue glass liners and a slightly bulbous pair of matching pots with low domed lids; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 135gr Height: 6.5cm (pepper pot) and smaller

 50-100

157
A GROUP OF MIXED STERLING SILVER AND CONTINENTAL CUTLERY
1887 to later 20th century, Russian, English, possibly German, other
Including a .875 silver Russian fork with traditional engraved motifs, 1887 Moscow; a continental spreader with hook, a mother-of-pearl handled paté knife, a small condiment spoon, a bamboo style mixing stick, apparently unmarked, and two small spikes with tong style clasps, hallmarked to most
Total weight: 176gr Length: 19cm (knife)

 50-100

158
AN INTERESTING GROUP OF STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES: A SMALL POCKET, PRESENTATION KEY, CORNUCOPIA & FIGURAL WINE STOPPER
Early 20th century and later, Birmingham with maker's marks for Asprey & Co, (pocket), J.W Tiptaft & Son, (key); American (cornucopia); other marked 925
A tiny hanging pocket with chain, a 1924 Rugby Football League presentation key, a bone and silver helmet top figural stopper, a florid cornucopia; marked to all
Total weight: 151gr Length: 10.5cm (key) and smaller

 50-100

159
TWENTY ONE MIXED MOSTLY STERLING SILVER PICKLE FORKS AND SIMILAR
20th century, various dates and makers
Some items with mother-of-pearl finials and handles, others with coloured glass finials
Total weight: 195gr
Length: 16cm and smaller

 50-100

160
A SET OF SIX .800 SILVER FRUIT KNIVES & FORKS, A PAIR OF AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN KNIFE RESTS, ENGLISH & NEW ZEALAND KNIFE RESTS
Early to later 20th century, variously marked to all pieces
A hollow handled fruit set with gilded blades and tines, hallmarked to throat; a London 1906 knife rest with pierced ends; a pair of Austro-Hungarian rests; a greenstone rest with cross bar ends with New Zealand silver fern motifs; hallmarked
Total weight: 511gr Length: 17.5cm

 300-500

161
A MIXED GROUP OF TEN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
20th century, with makers' marks for William Drummond & Co., Mole (Palfrey), HB, W.J. Sanders, Hardy Bros., Pitcher, and others marked sterling silver
A group of mostly plain rings, some with restrained bright cut decoration, one engraved 'Judith Anne', another marked 'Robert'; marked to all
Silver weight: 236gr

 150-250

162
A MIXED GROUP OF EIGHT CONTINENTAL & STERLING SILVER DISHES, SUGAR NIPS, GRAPE SCISSORS AND SPRING LOADED HAND TONGS
1900 and after, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, various Continental
A leaf dish, a shell sauce dish, a pierced and embossed dressing table dish, a coaster, a Viking ship dish, scissor nips and grape scissors with leafy handles, and shell and gadroon tongs; marked to all
Silver weight: 356gr Length: 15.5cm (tongs)

 100-200

163
TWO PAIRS OF DUTCH .833 SILVER VASES
Early 20th century, one marked 1927, with Dutch silver standards
A pair of slender trumpet specimen vases with floriform rims and bead rimmed bases and a pair of flaring faceted goblet vases with conforming twelve-sided bases; hallmarked to all, some marks well rubbed
Total weight: 466gr
Heights: 19cm and 12cm

 150-200

164
TWENTY PIECES OF DUTCH SILVER CUTLERY, 12 FORKS, 8 SOUP SPOONS
1850s-1870s, various makers and date marks, with silver standard to most, four forks with apparently repaired stems and unmarked
In Hanoverian pattern, the large spoons with pointed bowls, all monogrammed underside, one fork similar but not of set; hallmarked to all but four
Silver weight: 1017gr Lengths: 22cm and 21cm

 500-800

165
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER LADLE
1787 London, with marker's mark for Hester Bateman
Of typical form, bright cut and prick worked with patterns and a floral motif to the handle, the finial with a vacant cartouche; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 140gr
Length: 33.5cm

 700-900

166
A GROUP OF FIVE STERLING SILVER VESTAS
19th to 20th century, Birmingham and America
Two engraved vestas with maker's marks for T. Heatley (probably) and Henry Matthews both of Birmingham, a circular cushion profile engraved vesta marked .925, an elongated bright cut vesta by Gorham and a pictorial vesta with a golfer in low relief, marked AA with griffin; marked to all
Silver weight: 98gr Diameter: 5cm and others

 140-180

167
ELEVEN ITEMS OF DUTCH, GERMAN, AND OTHER CONTINENTAL SILVER DISHES, NAPKIN RINGS AND A MEXICAN STERLING SILVER NOVELTY
Early to later 20th century, hallmarked to all, some marks rubbed
Four small dishes, of scalloped, quatrefoil, pierced and oval bead decorated form, a tiny lobed tazza, four napkin rings, a pair of heavy duty table shears and a Mexican novelty sombrero; marks to all
Total weight: 898gr Length: 28cm (shears)

 200-400

168
A STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE
1841 London, with rubbed makers mark
The slice of typical form with a pierced foliate central section and a fiddle pattern trowel handle; hallmarked to finial underside
Silver weight: 151gr
Length: 30.5cm

 200-300

169
A JAPANESE FOUR PIECE .950 SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
Mid 20th century, with maker's calligraphic mark and marked .950 Sterling
In the European manner and comprising a coffee pot, teapot, creamer and covered sugar bowl, all of waisted globular form with applied vegetal and scrolling borders, floral and scroll feet, and 'C' scroll handles; with stamps underside and in presentation box
Silver weight: 2184gr
Height: 24cm (coffee pot)

 2000-2500

170
A MATCHING .800 CREAMER AND COVERED SUGAR BASIN
20th century, with mark of fineness and partial rubbed marks, possibly Dutch,
The pedestal creamer and sugar basin of carinate baluster form with scroll handles, bead and stiff leaf borders, the sugar bowl lid with a vegetal finial; marked indistinctly underside
Silver weight: 375gr
Heights: 15.5cm and 13.5cm

 100-200

171
A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE WITH THE SAMPSON FAMILY CREST, 'PEJUS LETHO FLAGITIUM'
1879 London, with maker's mark for Jackson & Chase
Comprising a teapot with trivet, creamer and sugar bowl of rectangular and compressed Neoclassical form, with threaded bases and gadrooned lower sections, with engraved stoat and motto, 'disgrace is worse than death'; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 1242gr Height: 14cm Width: 24cm (teapot)

 800-1200

172
A NINETY TWO PIECE AMERICAN STERLING SILVER CUTLERY SERVICE
1895, with marks for Gorham
The 'Chantilly' pattern service for ten, comprising: dinner knives and forks, fish knives and forks, bread and butter knives, dessert spoons and forks, soup spoons, smaller spoons, and two serving implements, steel blades to knives and tines of fish forks; marked to stems
Total weight: 4121gr Length: 23.5cm (dinner knife)

 1500-2500

173
A LATE VICTORIAN BRITANNIA STANDARD SUGAR DREDGER
1894 London with marker's mark for Charles Stuart Harris
In the Queen Anne style, the pillar with a fluted spiral design to the body and concentric horizontal ribs, with pierced decoration to the lid and surmounted with a tiered finial, raised on a spreading base; hallmarked to collar of body and lid
Silver weight: 236gr
Height: 16.5cm

 350-450

174
A DUTCH SILVER AND CUT GLASS DESK SET WITH SCALES
19th century, with key mark
Comprising two globular and lens cut ink pots with domed silver lids and mounts resting in a shaped ebonised base with squashed bun porcelain feet, and to the rear, a set of scales with a hanging rack to weigh letters; silver marks to relevant components
Height: 21cm Width: 27cm Depth: 19cm

 140-200

175
TWENTY ONE PIECES OF BEAD EDGED DUTCH AND GERMAN SILVER, AND ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CUTLERY
19th to 20th century, various Dutch makers; German standard to three items; 2003 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Whitehill Silver & Plate
Seven spoons and forks, two serving spoons, a ladle, two Sheffield silver cheese knives, a German paté knife and a pair of two tine serving forks; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 1590gr (includes steel bladed knives) Length: 24.5cm and smaller

 600-1200

176
A STERLING SILVER CANDELABRUM
20th century, with mark of Topazio, Portugal
Of elaborate foliate form, the five armed candelabrum with scrolling arms and acanthus decorated sconces, a shaped slender baluster stem to a richly moulded base with leaf, scroll and shell forms; hallmarked to the base and stamped .925 to the upper section
Height: 55.5cm Silver weight: 1357gr
Height: 55.5cm

 1800-2400

177
AN ISRAELI .800 SILVER DESSERT SERVER AND TWELVE ROSEBUD TEASPOONS
20th century, with maker's mark to server for Hazorfim, spoons marked in Hebrew
A pierced and engraved trowel style server with floral motifs and spoons with cast rosebud and leaf stems and finials, the bowls in the form of leaves; hallmarked to stems of all
Silver weight: 192gr Length: 20cm and 11.5cm

 100-140

178
A SMALL DUTCH .833 SILVER CANDLESTICK HOLDER AND A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS
Later 19th century, with maker's mark, VK, for Fa. J.M. van Kempen & Zoon (holder) and 1948, both with silver standards, and latter with rubbed maker's marks
The shaped dual holder upon an ebonised timber base of scalloped scrolling design with a scroll and leaf crested handle; the small candlesticks with cup form nozzles on spreading domed bases; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 477gr Height: 7cm Width: 15cm Depth: 14.5cm (candle holder)

 200-300

179
A STYLISH STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1947 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Cooper Brothers & Sons
With Art Deco styling, comprising a coffee and teapot, sugar bowl and creamer, of faceted squared form with conforming footrims, the pots with low domed lids and fan shaped finials and bracket handles in bakelite, simply adorned with a narrow frieze and a triangular waterfall motif to the upper body; hallmarked to each
Total weight: 1762gr
Height: 18cm (coffee pot)

 1700-2500

180
A MODERNIST GERMAN .835 SILVER CANDELABRUM
Circa: 1960s-70s, with maker's marks for M.H. Wilkens & Sohne
Of sculptural organic form, with three slightly inverted and tapering arms with integral navette shaped nozzles flaring to a tripod base, hallmarked to rim of nozzle
Total weight: 396gr
Height: 19.5cm

 100-200

180a
A MIXED SET OF SIX GEORGE III STERLING SILVER FORKS
1803, 1809, 1810, 1814, 1829 and one other rubbed, various makers
Hanoverian forks, three with identically monogrammed finials, three plain; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 394gr
Length: 21cm and smaller

 200-280

181
A STERLING SILVER RUSSELL DRYSDALE ETCHED PLATE
1977 London with maker's marks of John Pinches (medallists) for Stokes Australasia Limited
'The Stockmen' plate dated 1976 and numbered 983 from an edition of 1003 plates, hallmarked to rim and with a descriptive medallion verso, housed in a timber frame
Height: 30.5cm Width: 30.5cm

 300-500

182
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BOWL
1798 London, with maker's marks for Solomon Hougham
The straight-sided oval bowl with a boat shaped rim, having triangular bracket handles with thumbpieces and bright cut and prick work foliate cartouches to each side enclosing armorials, one with the Latin inscription 'Vigilantibus' (watch) beneath a portcullis; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 357gr
Height: 11cm Width: 22cm

 350-450

183
A ITALIAN CONTINENTAL SILVER BOWL
Mid 20th century, with lozenge and .800 standard
Of boat shaped form, the lobed bowl with a scalloped rim and foliate bracket handles to both ends, raised on scrolled feet with anthemion mounts, hallmarked to rim
Silver weight: 430gr
Height: 9cm Length: 37cm Width: 16cm

 350-450

184
A LARGE PIERCED .835 SILVER SWING HANDLED BASKET
Late 19th to early 20th century, with silver standard mark and unidentified motif, and probable maker's mark of chalice with letter 'L'
The Continental circular basket with a scalloped rim embossed with repeat pattern festoons of roses, the deep cavetto with pierced vegetal designs, a swollen swing handle of similar design and raised on a tapering raised foot; hallmarked to hinge
Silver weight: 965gr Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 34.5cm

 600-900

185
A FINE LALIQUE 'SAINT-TROPEZ' BLUE TINTED AND FROSTED GLASS VASE
Introduced 1937, model 10-915, pre 1945 mark of R. Lalique France
A fine moulded vase with an opalescent rim, decorated to the body with vegetation and berries in a distinctive blue tint, a Lalique speciality; engraved mark of period underside
Height: 19cm

 1000-1500

186
A TWENTY TWO PIECE CUT CRYSTAL DESSERT SET AND AN ADDITIONAL SET OF SIX BOWLS
Mid 20th century
Comprising a large shallow serving dish and one smaller, seven flat based bowls and thirteen smaller bowls, all with distinctive serrated scalloped rims, pineapple motifs and kite shaped cross hatched reserves, and another set of six cut dishes
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 28.5cm and all other smaller

 100-200

187
A VICTORIAN PAINTED GLASS VASE
19th century
The chalice style treacle black mould blown glass vase well decorated in white enamels with floral and insect motifs above a beaded border, with traces of remnant gilt decoration and bands
Height: 23cm

 100-200

188
A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN ENAMELLED GLASS FISH VASES
Circa: 1900, unsigned
In the manner of Moser or Harrach, the footed baluster vases in clear blue, enamelled with aquatic life and small insects with colours and gilt enrichments and each with a pair of applied fish in high relief
Height: 20.5cm

 300-400

189
A FRENCH OPALESCENT GLASS BOWL BY ETLING
Circa: 1930
The milky white circular dish tinged with yellow having a moulded wispy echinacea style floral design, the three flower cones serving as the feet of the dish, with moulded signature, illustrated in Judith Miller's '20th century Glass' page 102
Height 4.5 cm. Diameter 17 cm

 200-300

190
A BOHEMIAN FLASH GLASS TRUMPET VASE
Late 19th century
The cut crystal body with diamond, star and palm style cuts, with serrated undulating edges and cased in raspberry, in a silver plated domed and weighted base with shallow moat
Height: 21cm

 30-50

191
A PAIR OF VINTAGE CLEAR TURQUOISE GLASS MENU HOLDERS
20th century
Identical holders in clear and frosted glass each depicting a fox with a duck in its jaws and raised upon integral oval bases
Height: 4.5cm Width: 5cm

 50-70

192
A FINE SIGNED PAUL YSART 'HARLEQUIN' SCOTTISH PAPERWEIGHT
From 1971, with paper label of Paul Harland studio, Harlequin pattern PY3008 from the Paul Ysart pattern book
With striking controlled 'bouncing' bubbles encased in the clear glass dome rising from a scrambled bed of millefiori canes, the encased sand base with signature cane, 'H' as used in the Paul Harland Highland studio
Height: 6cm

 80-140

193
A FINE GROUP OF FIVE SCOTTISH MONART ART GLASS ITEMS
Circa: 1930s-mid 20th century, one with paper label, others typically unmarked
Four bowls of differing sizes, three of broad rim form, one of cup form, all in encased mottled aqua with swirling aventurine rims, and a small swirling lime green and emerald ashtray flecked with blue and aventurine inclusions and streaks, with paper label of period and pattern code underside XII ZH 46D, polished pontils to all
Height: 7cm Diameter: 24cm and smaller

 280-340

194
A GROUP OF SIX ANTIQUE VASELINE GLASSWARE ITEMS
Late 19th century to early 20th century
The pressed glass items comprising: three comports, two bowls and a milk jug, all with wavy edges and a variety of radiating and continuous patterns, in modulating uranium shades
Height: 10cm Width: 12.5cm (jug)

 100-200

195
A GROUP OF FIVE ANTIQUE VASELINE GLASSWARE ITEMS
Late 19th century to early 20th century
The pressed glass items comprising two comports, a bowl and two dishes, all with wavy edges and a variety of radiating and continuous patterns, in modulating uranium shades
Height: 4.5cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 21.5cm (rectangular dish)

 100-200

196
A SET OF THIRTY PIECES OF SILVER RIMMED STEMWARE
Circa: 1970s
Comprising three sets of ten glasses, including champagne flutes, wine and sherry glasses, all pieces with engraved straight sides, knopped stems and thick bases, engraved leafy and arabesque motifs to the body and silvered rims; unmarked
Height: 17.5cm (champagne) and smaller

 100-120

197
A NOVELTY GLASS ORNAMENT, A RED DEVIL IN A JAR BELL
A small red devil with horns and trident captured in a clear glass bell with integral saucer, purportedly Victorian
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 80-120

198
A SCENIC CAMEO VASE BY EMILE GALLÉ (1846-1904)
Early 20th century
In a characteristic tapering shape to a compressed base and decorated in aubergine and tan cameo colours upon a yellow amber and paler ground, the cameo signature of Gallé to the reverse of the scene, with a ground base
Height: 25cm

 1500-1700

199
A LARGE VINTAGE OPALESCENT GLASS JARDINIÈRE
Mid 20th century
Of tulip lobed form with undulating rims, unmarked
Height: 32cm Diameter: 31cm

 100-200

200
A MURANO CASED GLASS FISH
Mid 20th century
Of elongated form, in transparent cobalt blue cased in smoky glass, upon a solid glass mounded base, unmarked
Height: 11cm Width: 30cm

 30-50

201
A TALL CAMEO VASE IN THE MANNER OF EMILE GALLÉ
The slender barrel vase with two birds in a rockwork landscape with flowers and strappy leaf forms in olive green and amethyst overlay upon a frosted white ground, bearing pseudo signature of Gallé in cameo
Height: 40.5cm

 160-340

202
A JOSEPH SZIRER EXHIBITION EARTHENWARE VASE
1982
The ovoid pot with a distinctive crushed lip tapering to a circular base, in natural and varied ochre colours with sand textures, inscribed signature and date to base Szirer is represented in the ANG, NGV, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Height: 25cm Diameter: 29cm

 100-200

203
A LARGE COVERED CHEESE DISH AND A TIMBER FOLK STYLE CULINARY MOULD
19th century
A heavy ironstone wedge shaped dish with Chinese floral decoration in iron red, buff and brown colours with gold trims, an impressed flower mark and pattern number underside; and a shallow timber double-sided mould, one side with a folk fan style floral pattern, the other with a cornucopia
Height: 22cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 26cm

 50-100

204
A STAFFORDSHIRE POTTERY FISHER FAMILY
19th century
The flatback press moulded figural group of a fisherman on a boat with his wife and daughter, a fishing net across his knee and a basket of fish
Height: 27cm Width: 22.5cm Depth: 7cm

 50-100

205
A WEDGWOOD BLACK BASALT FIGURE OF VENUS DE MILO
19th century
A slip cast model of the Classical Greek figure mounted on an integral base; impressed Wedgwood mark underside
Height: 52.5cm

 1200-1400

206
A ROYAL WORCESTER FIGURINE OF A JAPANESE GENTLEMAN
Circa 1912, pattern 2/123
In amber glazed parian ware imitating ivory, the serene figure of a man in typical oriental dress leaning on a stand with a vase and raised on a shaped base with a fret design, originally part of a pair and illustrated as plate 22 in Henry Sandon's 'Royal Worcester Porcelain', small hairline to base
Height: 41cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 200-300

207
A RARE FIRST VERSION ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE, 'THE BATHER'
1924, date of introduction, withdrawn 1949, HN 687 designed by Leslie Harradine
'The Bather' potted by Doulton & Co, and signed with decorator's initials J.P., depicting a risqué nude with modish bobbed hair and green shoes modelling a charcoal purple cape with mauve dots, with green backstamp, title, decorator's initials, illustrated in Eyles & Dennis 'Royal Doulton Figures' 1978, page 147
Height: 20cm

 250-350

208
A RARE ROYAL WORCESTER 'NEGRO AND WATER POT' FIGURAL VASE
1886, known pattern 1126 and first issued in 1885
In shot bronze and gilt colours on ivory, and depicting a bearded orientalist figure in exotic attire filling a water pot from a amphora, with green and black stamps underside with date cypher
Height: 28.5cm

 280-500

209
TWO ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINES
1945
'The Shepherd', HN 1975 and 'Forty Winks, HN 1974, both with green backstamps underside, title and registration numbers of period
Height: 17.5cm and 22cm

 100-200

210
A BESWICK TIGER
1967-1990, production period, designed by Graham Tongue
Realistically modelled in a high glaze finish, with Beswick England stamp in black to both front paws, and painted numerals, 29
Height: 18.5cm Width: 29cm

 80-100

211
A LARGE MOORCROFT 'POMEGRANATE' VASE
Circa: 1920
The ovoid tapering vase with a waisted neck, continuously decorated with tubelined fruits, berries and leaves in plum, olive, and deep mottled purple colours upon an inky ground, with green signature and impressed Cobridge factory marks of Moorcroft and Made in England underside
Height: 21cm

 400-600

212
A SPODE CAMPANA VASE, DECORATION ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS STEEL
Circa: 1820
The pedestal vase with a pair of small looped handles with lion's head mounts, lavishly decorated with vegetal borders, anthemion and seaweed motifs in gold upon a white ground, a painted reserve of a man at a table with his pipe and a letter in the act of pouring a drink; unmarked, with repair, as found
Height: 14cm

 40-80

213
AN EIGHTY ONE PIECE ROYAL WORCESTER DINNER SERVICE
1994-2009, production era, 'Prince Regent' pattern
An unused and elegant place setting for twelve with cobalt and burgundy borders with gold flowers including: dinner, entrée, bread and butter plates, rimmed soup/dessert bowls, cups and saucers, a platter, open and covered vegetable dishes, gravy boat and saucer, a coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and sugar bowl
Height: 23cm (coffee pot)

 800-1200

214
A DAVENPORT VASE WITH DECORATION BY THOMAS STEEL
Circa: 1813-15
A fine amphora pedestal vase with maiden head bust handles, finely decorated to the body with a loose summer bouquet and to one face and an arrangement of orchard fruits to the other, with gilt enrichments on a white ground, a puce brown mark underside; professional repair to stem
Height: Height: 19cm

 80-160

215
A FINE 'METALLIC' ROYAL WORCESTER VASE
1899, pattern 1974
Of elegant baluster form with acanthus leaf flying handles holding applied festoons in shot silk plum colours with gilt, the neck rising to a cup form reticulated rim, the body in mid metallic green and trailing white paste japonaiserie decoration depicting a pair of birds amidst blossoms and berries; backstamps underside and registration mark for previous year
Height: 26cm

 300-360

216
A ROYAL COPENHAGEN DRAGON FLY BOWL AND A LOBSTER DISH
1951, float bowl 2367 and 2356, and 1953, lobster dish 3227
A float bowl of typical form depicting a dragon fly hovering above a waterlily, in characteristic suffused blues and grey green tones, and a moulded basket scallop shell with a prominent grey lobster in high relief; green stamps, blue wavy lines and date cyphers verso to both
Height: 4cm Diameter: 24cm and smaller

 80-120

217
A CHINESE EXPORT SPARROW BEAK FAMILLE ROSE JUG
18th century
The baluster style jug with a looping handle decorated in the Qianlong style for the English market with a floral bunch and sprigs below a patterned collar (with professional repair)
Height: 11.5cm

 200-400

218
A PAIR OF DANISH BING & GRONDHAL BOY AND GIRL FIGURINES
1970-1983 period, patterns 2317 and 1636
'Buttoning my Shoe' and 'Dickie', in the characteristic grey, cream and blue grey palette, with green three towers marks underside to both, and pattern numbers
Height: 10cm Width: 12.5cm and smaller

 150-250

219
A FIFTY FIVE PIECE WEDGWOOD & CO DINNER SERVICE
After 1956, with Unicorn head stamp, pattern 1082
An art deco inspired setting for six with gold and black borders, comprising dinner, entrée, soup coupes and saucers, dessert bowls, coffee cans and associated saucers for six, five side plates, two large tureens and one serving spoon, a coffee pot, smaller bowl and plate, two platters; with backstamp and registration numbers
Height: 19.5cm (teapot) Length: 40.5cm Width: 32.5cm (large platter)

 300-500

220
A PAIR OF BRILLIANT CANARY YELLOW CROWN DERBY URN VASES
1891, and 1892 or 1893
The vases with cup form shaped rims and high set bracket handles decorated throughout with trailing gilt paste wattle japonaiserie and gilt trims upon the yellow ground; with Prussian blue backstamp, date cypher and painted pattern numbers, 611 over 3969 (one with small professional repair to rim)
Height: 20.5cm

 150-200

221
TWO ROYAL COPENHAGEN ITEMS: A YACHT THEMED VASE AND A CRACKLEWARE DISH
1951 vase 1484/237 and, 1958 dish
A fine baluster vase with a scene of a yacht in sail upon a slightly choppy sea, in characteristic suffused blues and grey tones, and an unusual iron red crackleware dish with gold and black bands to the everted rim, the exterior in oatmeal tones; green backstamps, wavy blue lines and dates cyphers to both verso
Height: 19cm (vase)

 80-120

222
THREE SEVRES LOUIS PHILIPPE ERA PORCELAIN CABINET PLATES
1844 and similar for other two plates with rubbed marks
One plate with amorini and rosebuds flanking a wreath and crest for Louis Philippe within a cobalt border (with repair); the other pair both handpainted by Luc depicting amorini with various mythological attributes, the cobalt and gilt decorated with finely painted bird reserves; marks for Sevres and Chateau de Tuileries
Diameter: 24cm

 200-250

223
A SEVRES LOUIS PHILIPPE ERA COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
1846
The elegantly decorated cup with a painted reserve with amorini enclosing a wreath and the crest of Louis Philippe upon a blue-celeste ground, and an associated saucer; with blue Sevres mark, Chateau de Tuileries and green black mark of period
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 150-250

224
A SEVRES LOUIS PHILIPPE ERA PORCELAIN BOWL
1830-1848 period
The small bowl of ogee profile decorated externally with two finely painted reserves, one a loose arrangement of summer flowers, the other depicting a cupid with rosebuds reclining on a cloud upon a bleu-celeste ground, to the centre a laurel wreath enclosing the Louis Philippe crest; blue marks underside with letter A
Height: 6cm Diameter: 14cm

 150-250

225
A ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY TWO PIECE ROYAL DOULTON DINNER SERVICE
1984-1998, production period, in 'Heather' pattern H 5089, Albion shape
A near complete setting for twenty four places in cream with gold trims, comprising twenty three cups and twenty four saucers, soup bowls, dinner plates and side plates for twenty four, and twenty three entrée plates; backstamps underside to all
Diameter: 27cm (dinner plate)

 300-500

226
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE BELLEEK PORCELAIN WARES
1891-1926 second black mark period
In the typical creamy yellow lustrous glaze including a heart shaped bowl, a floral embellished bowl, a jug with a spiral design and yellow ribbon, a small frilled saucer and a osier impressed saucer with green clover motifs; black backstamps underside
Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-200

227
A RUDOLSTADT-VOLKSTEDT MYTHOLOGICAL GROUP
Circa: 1915
The abduction of Europa by Zeus in the form of a bull with the semi-clad figure of Europa upon a bull adorned with encrusted garlands and accompanied by two female attendants, upon a Rococo styled base; backstamp underside
Height: 17.5cm Width: 17cm Depth: 11cm

 80-160

228
AN EIGHTY FOUR PIECE WEDGWOOD DINNER SERVICE, PLUS A SET OF SIX ROYAL WORCESTER COFFEE CANS AND SAUCERS
1977-1987 production era, Formal Gold' pattern; Royal Worcester pattern 2724
A service for twelve comprising dinner, entrée, side plates, soup bowls and matching saucers, straight-sided tea cups and saucers, and a complementary set of Royal Worcester coffee cans and saucers; backstamps underside to all
Diameter: 27cm (dinner plate)

 300-500

229
A ROYAL WORCESTER CABINET PLATE
1926
A finely decorated plate with leafy arabesque and shell borders in gold, the cavetto in brilliant canary yellow with slender gilt radiating lines and festoons, with enamel coloured highlights and centred with a tight bunch of bright summer blooms upon a green ground; backstamp underside with date cypher and painted pattern numbers
Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-200

230
A PAIR OF FINELY DECORATED RIDGWAY CABINET PLATES
Circa: 1820, pattern 660
With moulded borders, ornately decorated in cream and gold with anthemion motifs, scrolls and leafy forms upon a cobalt ground, centred with loose floral arrangements of poppies, roses, morning glory and others, red painted numeral mark to one plate
Diameter: 21.5cm

 200-400

231
A FRENCH OR VIENNESE PORCELAIN SPILL VASE
Early 19th century
The cylindrical vase with a waisted spreading base sprigged throughout with rosebuds, with a Classical profile portrait medallion with a gilt frame; unmarked
Height: 14cm

 40-80

232
A SPODE SCENIC VASE
Circa: 1820
A trumpet shaped vase with an everted rim and a waisted base, raised on three paw feet, continuously decorated with a pastoral scene with a cottage and ruins, with gold trims on white; unmarked
Height: 12.5cm

 120-250

233
FIVE CROWN DEVON WARES: THREE VASES, AN URN AND A JARDINIÈRE
Early 20th century
An ovoid vase with gilded handles, a ewer and a waisted vase, a footed urn and a jardinière typically decorated to each with delicate trailing floral motifs in pastel colours upon a blush ivory ground; backstamps to all
Height: 30.5cm (vase) and smaller

 100-200

234
A CARLTON WARE 'RABBITS AT DUSK' BOWL
Circa: 1938-1941 period, pattern 4247 introduced 1938, shape 1571
Popularly known as 'Shadow Bunnies', the art deco round tri-finned bowl decorated in orange lustre with emerald and mid-green sinuous trees with rabbit silhouettes at the base; with backstamp, and pattern 4247 and 1909 underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 25.5cm (irregular)

 300-400

235
A MARTIN BOYD PLATE
Mid 20th century
The cabinet plate decorated with a Dutch girl in a traditional mill landscape setting and accompanied by ducks; inscribed signature of Martin Boyd verso
Diameter: 25cm

 100-200

236
FANTL, THOMAS (TOM) (b.1947)
Three nudes
Charcoal on paper signed and dated 'Tom Fantl' 1971 lower right
Height: 71cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

237
CAMM, ROBERT (1847-1933)
Country house
Oil on canvas board, signed Robert Camm lower left
Height: 23cm Width: 33.5cm

 300-500

238
SMITH, GREGORY (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Keilor'
Oil on canvas, signed lower left; with artist's name, title and date 1991 verso
Height: 37cm Width: 60cm

 100-200

239
LANTS, GERRARD (1927-1998)
Edwardian woman with an umbrella
Gouache on coloured paper, signed 'Lants' lower right
Height: 52cm Width: 36cm

 200-300

240
HANKE, HENRY ALOYSIUS (1901-1989)
'Plaza Generalissimo Franco, Granada'
Oil on canvas board, signed Hanke lower right, title and artist's name in pencil verso, also marked in pen 'HH45' (probable date), and with 'Atelier' Australia artist's materials label
Height: 49cm Width: 59cm

 500-800

241
MATHER, SYDNEY (SYD) (b.1944)
'Midday Walk'
Oil on canvas, signed Syd Mather lower left; provenance: from the artist's collection and painted in bushland between Maldon and Castlemaine, 1982
Height: 75cm Width: 60cm

 450-650

242
GRIFFIN, AMBROSE SYLVESTER (1912-1980)
Horse and gig on bush road
Oil on canvas mounted on board, signed Ambrose Griffin lower right
Height: 63cm Width: 80cm

 200-400

243
BURGESS, R.I, R.O.I, ARTHUR (1879-1956)
'Clipper ship and tugboat off the coast'
Watercolour on paper, signed faintly Arthur Burgess lower right, provenance: by descent from the artist until 1986; exhibited at 'Artists Exhibiting in London 1880-1940', catalogue no.2, Bridget McDonnell Gallery, 1989; bearing gallery label verso
Height: 50.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 800-1200

244
PERRY, WYKEHAM (b.1936)
'About to try their luck'
Oil on board, signed Wykeham Perry '81, lower right
Height: 75cm Width: 100cm

 300-500

245
HAMPEL, CARL (1877-1942)
Rural scene
Watercolour on paper, signed Hampel lower left
Height: 28cm Width: 38cm

 100-150

246
S?, I. HERBERT (AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Lakeside villa
Watercolour on paper, signed in pencil lower right
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 30-50

247
GILL, LOU (GILLINI), (1873-C.1945)
Cathedral interior
Oil on board, signed 'Gillini' lower left
Height: 35.5cm Width: 51cm

 100-150

248
AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL (EARLY-MID 20th CENTURY)
Horse and dray with figures on a bridge
Oil painting on canvas, apparently unsigned
Height: 38.5cm Width: 59cm

 50-100

249
SHAW, W (EARLY 20th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
'Fishing Boats, Venice', and; 'Homeward Bound'
Watercolours on paper, both signed W. Shaw, lower right to one and lower left to the other, and titled to matte board beneath image
Height: 24cm Width: 54cm

 300-500

250
ASHTON, JOHN WILLIAM (WILL) (1881-1963)
'The River Bank'
Oil painting on canvas mounted on card, signed Will Ashton lower right, with label bearing title verso
Height: 27cm Width: 32cm

 800-1600

251
McINNES, VIOLET M. (1892-1971)
Still life: Camellia Japonica in an oriental jar
Oil on board, signed 'Violet McInnes' lower right, housed in the original timber gilt frame
Height: 42cm Width: 40cm

 500-700

252
NGAL, GRACIE
Lyentye (Mosquito Bore), Utopia, North Eastern Central Australia
'Old Ladies Collecting Bush Plums'
Synthetic polymer on canvas
Provenance: One Country Utopia Artists and bearing label verso
Height: 91.5cm Width: 121cm

 800-1000

253
SOUTHALL, ANDREW (b. 1947)
'Reflections'
Ink and wash on paper, signed and dated Southall '86 lower right and title to centre
Lauraine Diggins Fine Art label verso
Height: 51cm Width: 66cm

 50-100

254
DENT, JOHN (b.1951)
'From the Balcony'
Oil on paper on board, signed and dated Dent 1987 lower right, with Lauraine Diggins Fine Art and Bonhams labels verso; offered at Bonhams 'Important Australian Art', May 2014 as Lot 59
Provenance: private collection
Height: 94cm Width: 144cm

 300-400

255
A PERSIAN WOOL RUNNER
The runner with a repeat medallion design in blue, red, navy and white upon a profusely bird and stylised floral salmon buff field, with navy decorated spandrels and the main border with continuous bird motifs
Length: 658cm Width: 87cm

 500-800

256
A NAIN WOOL RUG
In blue, mushroom and cream colours with a central rosette surrounded by flora and tendrils upon a red field, duck egg blue decorative spandrels and a main border in white with stylised flora
Length: 204cm Width: 126cm

 150-250

257
AN AFGHAN KHAN MOHAMMADI WOOL RUNNER
In an allover gul and cross design in maroon, chocolate and tan colours upon a blood red ground with patterned borders, the main with diamond enclosed crosses
Length: 282cm Width: 82cm

 400-600

258
A MOHAMMADI WOOL RUG
An allover design of gul in Prussian blue and dull red colours upon a light tan field, the small and main borders with conforming repeat patterns
Length: 210cm Width: 128cm

 150-250

259
A KASHMIRI SILK RUG
With a floral lozenge on a pink field profusely embellished with flora and tendrils, ornate spandrels and wide and narrow borders in blue, cream and navy colours decorated with floral and leafy forms
Length: 200cm Width: 121cm

 800-1200

260
AN AFGHAN KHAN MOHAMMADI RUNNER
In navy and tan colours with a central geometric 'elephant foot' design of squares and flowers upon a wine red field between various narrow bands and a wide border of crosses and flower stems
Length: 495cm Width: 74cm

 300-500

261
A LARGE CREAM WOOL CARPET
In subtle muted tones of palest pink with hints of tan and having an allover tendril design and wide vegetal borders
Length: 243cm Width: 194cm

 50-100

262
A WILLIAM MORRIS INSPIRED RUG
The Hali rug in a subdued green, rust, olive and deep gold palette with entwined vegetal and grape bunch motifs upon an oatmeal ground and surrounded by a wide leafy border
Length: 407cm Width: 200cm

 200-300

263
A LARGE AFGHAN CARPET
In chocolate and black colours with an allover pattern with hooks on a caramel field, with zigzag and diamond borders and wide diamond bands to the short ends
Length: 300cm Width: 192cm

 300-500

264
AN AFGHAN KHAN MOHAMMADI WOOL RUG
In an allover gul and cross design in maroon, chocolate and tan colours upon a blood red ground with patterned borders
Length: 292cm Width: 198cm

 200-400

265
AN INDIAN WOOL RUG
The Hali Caucasian style rug in teal, tan, sky blue and navy colours in a bold allover star, cross and diamond design, the main border with hook motifs
Length: 325cm Width: 200cm

 300-500

266
A LARGE FLORAL AFSHAR INDIAN RUG
The Hali rug in orange, tan, rust, blue grey, and gold colours with an allover stylised floral and vegetal repeat pattern upon a navy field, with narrow floral borders, the main orange border with flora, tendrils and shaped reserves
Length: 423cm Width: 297cm

 1000-1500

267
A NAPOLEON III BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880-90s
An acanthus and husk decorated baluster stem to a shaped bowl with a spiral fluted design and fruiting drop, and issuing six 'S' scroll arms with applied leaf forms with pans and fluted nozzles supporting electric candles
Height: 74cm Diameter: 70cm

 1200-1400

268
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
A large square shallow frosted basket suspended from slender supports from a globular floral cluster, and issuing four scrolled arms with suspended bell like shades, and decorated with wrought iron flowers and leaves
Height: 73cm Width: 89cm

 1200-1500

269
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU CHANDELIER
19th century
The chandelier with stiff leaf decoration to the stem, high set bracket arms and foliate scrolling motifs supporting four electric candles and four frosted glass flaming torch shades
Height: 100cm Diameter: 65cm

 1700-2000

270
A FRENCH ART DECO COPPER, TIMBER CHANDELIER WITH GLASS SHADES
Circa: 1930s-40s
The chandelier with a two tiered timber and copper trumpet stem to a low shaped copper bowl with a frosted dish and decorated with stylised sunburst style mounts and issuing four shaped bracket arms with tiered upturned creamy glass shades
Height: 58cm Width: 75cm

 400-600

271
AN UNUSUAL ART DECO NICKEL PLATED BRONZE FIVE ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Of bold form with a knopped stem to a large stepped dome bowl with drop, with decorative birdcage style arms joining five moulded cornucopia style upturned arms holding frosted conical shades
Height: 105cm Width: 68cm

 2000-2500

272
A SILVERED WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS CHANDELIER BY DEGUE
Circa: 1930s, signed
The moulded lobed and floral decorated dish suspended from four slender arms and issuing three high set exaggerated scroll arms with moulded bell form shades
Height: 79cm Width: 63cm

 900-1400

273
A FINE PAIR OF AESTHETIC MOVEMENT LEADLIGHT AND STAINED GLASS WINDOWS
Later 19th century
With leadlight borders and mihrab and fan motifs in muted amber pink and lemon green tones dotted with bull's eye motifs, centred with finely painted panels of storks in a well vegetated water garden, with hardwood surrounds
Height: 256cm Width: 77cm

 200-400

274
A FINE LARGE GILT MANTEL MIRROR
19th century
The plaster moulded and timber mirror with the original glass, having an arched and pierced crest, profusely decorated with trailing branches of berries and leaves, fruits, flowers and ribbons, with finials above scrolling capitals and ribbon twist decoration to the sides terminating in pierced leafy bases, the channel grooved frame with beading and vegetal borders throughout
Height: 222cm Width: 172cm

 3000-5000

275
A FRENCH ROCOCO REVIVAL GILDED MANTLE MIRROR
Circa: 1880s-90s
The arching mirror with a beaded and moulded frame and a rocaille crest
Height: 156cm Width: 102cm

 500-1900

276
A VINTAGE CAST IRON AND WHITE METAL STREET LANTERN
The traditional style lantern with an ovoid frame for the glass, having a domed top with stiff leaf design and a cast finial above a fluted column to a flared base, in eight pieces for assembly with four internal rods, without glass
Height: 536cm

 500-800

277
A PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON GARDEN SEATS
1980s
The pair with rectangular backs and simple demi-lune motifs and slatted seats
Height: 93cm Width: 182cm Depth: 51cm

 500-800

278
A FINE LARGE BRONZE GARDEN STATUE OF HERMES
The animated figure of the nude Hermes with his winged feet and helmet, poised on one foot upon a globe with his right arm stretched high, raised on a squared plinth and with a fine patina
Height: 262cm

 4000-6000

279
A LATE VICTORIAN AMBOYNA OCTAGONAL OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: late 19th century
The quarter veneer panelled top with stringing and ebonised banding, lightly incised with floral and fan motifs, a shallow skirt above a turned and knopped bird cage support to four shaped and splayed square form legs terminating in casters
Height: 71cm Diameter: 98cm

 350-650

280
A MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
19th century, with two leaves and winder
The rectangular table with bullnose edging, a shallow skirt and raised on substantial turned and reeded baluster legs with generous brass capped toupie feet and casters
Height: 71cm Length: 122cm Width: 117cm Extended length: 190cm

 250-350

281
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRÉTAIRE À ABBATANT
Early 20th century
With a mottled grey, brown and cream marble top above an ogee profile frieze drawer, a fall front and three further drawers below all with book end veneer strung panels, with curved edges, a shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs, embellished with rocaille escutcheons and sabots
Height: 141cm Width: 80cm Depth: 42cm

 800-1500

282
A SET OF FOUR WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
Circa: 1830s
The waisted balloon back chairs with dipped crests, Regency scroll and sheaf embellished mid rails, stuffover seats, channelled seating rails and raised on slender turned baluster legs with toupie feet, upholstered in green and pink jacquard
Height: 88cm Width: 45cm Depth: 50cm

 180-260

283
A FINE FRENCH KINGWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE BUREAU PLAT
Later 19th century
The shaped rectangular top with the original black leather writing surface above a serpentine apron and hipped cabriole legs well decorated throughout with rocaille trims, mounts and sabots, the short ends embellished with well-cast grapevine decorated mascarons emblematic of Autumn
Height: 79cm Width: 157cm Depth: 84cm

 5500-8000

284
AN ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL STYLE ANTIQUE PINE SIDEBOARD
Late 19th century
The country style sideboard of generous proportions with a shaped gallery, deep top above two columns of three drawers centred by a drawer and a pair of cupboards, all with recessed panels and half turned and bob style ornamental corbels, raised on turned feet
Height: 96cm Width: 183cm Depth: 65cm

 300-500

285
AN ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL STYLE PINE WARDROBE
Late 19th century
The country style robe with an extended cornice with rounded corners, a relief decorated frieze with vase and tendril decoration, panelled cupboards below with shaped frames and relief carving, long brass hinged and pierced clocks, a shaped apron and short carved legs with generous whorl feet
Height: 230cm Width: 109cm Depth: 52cm

 400-600

286
A FINE WILLIAM IV FLAME MAHOGANY PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1820
Utilising the rich figuration of the timber the sideboard with a simple beaded arched back above a bow front extended section with a frieze drawer, the pedestals with deep cockbeaded drawers and cast swing brass handles above gadroon decorated cupboards and plinth bases
Height: 117cm Width: 185cm Depth: 58cm

 800-1200

287
A REGENCY MAHOGANY OCTAGONAL CENTRE PEDESTAL TABLE
Circa: 1820s
The table with radiating panels centred with an inlaid bird motif, an inlaid border near the edge and raised on a faceted pedestal to an ogee profile cupped lower section above a concave quatreform base with four swept legs with acanthus carved knees terminating in brass paw feet and casters
Height: 76cm Length: 130cm Width: 129cm

 400-600

288
A TABLE, TEN CHAIRS AND TWO CARVERS BY HERITAGE
Later 20th century, from 'The Connoisseurship Collection'
Art Deco and chinoisierie inspired, the table with a parquetry top, a silvered skirt and raised on angled straight legs with shaped mounts, the ebonised Chinese Chippendale chairs with tall backs, dipped crests, vasiform splats and cabriole front legs upholstered with a graphite coloured fabric
Height: 75cm Length: 197cm Width: 117cm (table)

 600-1200

289
A CHINOISERIE AND ART DECO INSPIRED DISPLAY CABINET
Later 20th century
In ebonised and walnut style timbers the four door two tier cabinet with a waisted cornice in the oriental manner above a bevel glazed section framed in two toned timber and with distinctive oriental knot style brass locks, a waisted section below and a similar cupboard arrangement, the doors with dual beading, glass shelving to the interior
Height: 210cm Width: 183cm Depth: 42cm

 300-500

290
A LARGE TUDOR REVIVAL LINEN FOLD OAK DISPLAY CABINET
1920s
With an extended cornice above a relief carved frieze, an extended central cupboard with a bold roundel and two recessed side cupboards, cup and cover supports to the lower section with a guilloche embellished frieze drawer, linen fold cupboards and further cupboards to the sides, raised on stile feet
Height: 194cm Width: 211cm Depth: 60cm

 300-600

291
A FINE SIX LEAF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
Mid 19th century, provenance: purchased from the church guild of St Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne circa: 1968
With thumbnail and bullnose edging above a deep skirt, substantial acanthus carved covers and baluster legs with brass capped toupie feet, porcelain casters
Height: 79cm Length: 172cm Width: 154cm Extended length: 490cm

 10000-15000

292
AN ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL STYLE PINE TABLE
Late 19th century
The small country style extension table with a plank top and a small frieze drawer raised on square section tapering legs with slight flaring to the foot
Height: 81cm Length: 96cm Width: 79cm Extended length: 178cm

 150-250

293
A PAIR OF SMALL PROVINCIAL STYLE PINE CHAIRS
Late 19th century
The chairs with squared backs having spade cresting rails, turned supports and small conforming splats with a central diamond design above cane seats and tapering legs united with box stretchers
Height: 82cm

 50-100

294
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL PINE CHEST OF DRAWERS
Late 19th century
With a planked serpentine top above two small and three full long drawers, with metal pull swing handles, butterfly brass backplates and escutcheons, canted reeded corners and angled shaped feet
Height: 93cm Width: 111cm Depth: 54cm

 400-600

295
A FINE ART NOUVEAU WALNUT BED
Circa: 1900, Queen sized and with rails
The headboard of gently arching form beautifully carved to the upper edges with blowsy oriental poppies, with channel grooving and languid organic beading, the endboard conforming
Height: 144cm Width: 169cm (bed head)

 1500-2500

296
A WALNUT REGENCY REVIVAL DINING EXTENSION TABLE, TEN CHAIRS AND TWO CARVERS
20th century, table with two leaves
The dining table with dual pedestal ringed supports with swept sabre legs and brass paw feet, the shaped square back chairs and carvers with splats and a wheat sheaf motif raised on fluted legs, upholstered in neutral chequered fabric
Height: 76cm Length: 214cm Width: 107cm Extended length: 322cm

 1000-1500

297
A VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY EXTENSION DINING TABLE AND FOUR BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
Modern era, with maker's mark for Nicholas Dattner
The circular table with bullnose and thumbnail edges raised on knopped baluster legs with brass caps and porcelain casters, the four chairs with stuffover seats, reeded baluster legs and toupie, feet upholstered in green and pink jacquard
Height: 77cm Diameter: 120cm Extended length: 211cm (table) Height: 89cm (chair)

 500-1000

298
A VICTORIAN WALNUT MUSIC CANTERBURY
Second half 19th century
With a pierced arching back above a shallow serpentine shelf with shaped pierced supports to an extended base, finely pierced and arching music partitions above an ogee shaped drawer and raised on toupie feet with porcelain casters
Height: 113cm Width: 62cm Depth: 43cm

 500-600

299
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
Mid 19th century
In the French manner, the waisted chairs with carved vegetal crests and pierced similarly embellished mid rails above buttoned stuffover seats upholstered in rich moss green velvet, raised on slender cabriole legs terminating in whorl feet
Height: 87cm Width: 43cm Depth: 49cm

 300-500

300
A FINE INLAID LONG CASE MAHOGANY MOON PHASE CLOCK
Early 19th century, marked Osborne to rear of dial, clock face manufacturers
With an arched broken pediment, engraved brass and spandrel decorated dial with a brushed steel chapter ring and Roman numerals, subsidiary dial and painted moon dial, ribbed columns to the top and case, the base with ogee bracket feet, and well inlaid with putti, flora and festoons; two keys (pendulum requires repair)
Height: 244cm Width: 64cm Depth: 31cm

 2000-3000

301
AN ANTIQUE PROVINCIAL STYLE PINE BUFFET
Late 19th century
The country style buffet with a trio of pull out shelves below the top with three drawers and rail and stile cupboards below all with brass knob handles, raised upon a plinth base

 500-800

302
AN EDWARDIAN CENTRE TABLE
Circa: 1900
In blonde hardwood veneer, the circular table having a tapering square section stem to a shaped quatreform base with bracket feet
Height: 73cm Diameter: 90cm

 300-400

303
AN EDWARDIAN HARDWOOD SETTEE AND MATCHING CORNER CHAIR
Early 20th century
In light coloured hardwood, the settee with an open back with an undulating arched frame with acanthus leaf embellishment, pierced and shaped splats with a central anthemion, a slightly curved seating rail and raised on plain cabriole legs, upholstered in beige and pastel tapestry fabric; the corner chair conforming
Height: 101cm Width: 115cm Depth: 53cm and smaller

 100-120

304
A VICTORIAN MARBLE TOPPED WALNUT CREDENZA
Circa: 1860s
Having an arched mirrored back and a frame boldly embellished with fruits and leaves with a fruiting cluster at the crest, above three mirrored cupboards with floral carved frames and corbel decorations, raised on a plinth base
Height: 160cm Width: 153cm Depth: 53cm

 500-1000

305
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL TWO SECTION PITCH PINE DISPLAY CABINET
19th century
The cabinet with an extended arched cornice embellished with carved scroll motifs, the glazed doors with shaped relief carved border scrolls and bull's eye motifs, the extended base with dual fielded panel cupboards with similar decoration, a shaped apron with drop and raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet, with long brass hinges, escutcheons and shelving to the interior
Height: 233cm Width: 137cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1400

306
A ROSEWOOD AND GLASS ART DECO BUFFET
Circa: 1930s-40s
The simple and elegant small buffet above a pair of near black sliding glass doors flanked by timber cupboards, an exaggerated nipped in base and raised on short slightly shaped legs, with restrained brass decoration, with original keys
Height: 98cm Width: 132cm Depth: 47cm

 600-1000

307
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT CANTERBURY
19th century
Having a finely figured book end veneer top with satinwood stringing and darker toned edging, a partial pierced brass gallery raised on tapering supports with petal decorated knops to a fall front cupboard decorated with a Sheraton style patera and opening to shelving, raised on toupie feet with porcelain casters
Height: 95cm Width: 58cm Depth: 40cm

 300-500

308
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT BEDSIDE CABINET
19th century
Of Classical inspiration with a tabernacle style arched back above a burr walnut top with feather and cross-banding and boxwood stringing, with a restrained geometric knot design to the canted corners, a single fielded cupboard below with similar decoration and a glass knob and an extended plinth base, the interior with a single shelf
Height: 82cm Width: 39cm Depth: 38cm

 100-200

309
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN'S CHAIR
Mid 19th century
The near square button backed chair with a plain showframe, the arm supports with a carved Rococo scrolling flourish and leaf motif, a stuffover seat above a shaped channel grooved seating rail and raised on cabriole legs with exaggerated knees and whorl feet with porcelain casters, upholstered in silvery cream velvet
Height: 89cm Width: 57cm Depth: 64cm

 200-400

310
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LADY'S CHAIR
Mid 19th century
The medallion button backed chair with a rosette and foliate motifs to the carved crest, pierced high hipped supports to a stuffover serpentine seat, a channel grooved seating rail and raised on cabriole legs with exaggerated knees and scroll and ball feet with porcelain casters, upholstered in silvery cream velvet
Height: 92cm Width: 58cm Depth: 73cm

 150-250

311
A MEDALLION BACK WALNUT CHAISE LONGUE
19th century
With a carved showframe and pierced and foliate crest surrounding the button back medallion, rounded rollover buttoned arms with finely pierced and carved embellishments to a deep stuffover seat with carved supports and legs with rosettes, beaded knops to porcelain casters, upholstered in silvery cream velvet
Height: 104cm Width: 183cm Depth: 93cm

 500-800

312
A LATE VICTORIAN CEDAR CHEST
Late 19th century
The chest with a serpentine top above a deep central drawer with relief carved acanthus motifs flanked by a pair of small drawers and a single deep drawer with a faux two drawer face above three full width drawers of graduating depth, white metal squared swing handles to all, with carved corbels and pilasters to the sides and raised on turned feet
Height: 121cm Width: 115cm Depth: 51cm

 150-250

313
A VICTORIAN AMBOYNA TOPPED OVAL TABLE
Circa: 1870s
The oval table with vigorous quarter veneer panelling above a faux decorated timber bullnose edge and shallow skirt, raised on a turned birdcage support centred with a finial and four out swept legs with carved knees and feet, terminating in porcelain casters
Height: 74cm Length: 131cm Width: 102cm

 400-600

314
AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY LONG UPHOLSTERED FOOTSTOOL
19th century
The long footstool with four scrolling feet and a stuffover top upholstered in silvery cream velvet
Height: 21cm Length: 109cm Width: 21cm

 150-250

315
A MAHOGANY BUTTON BACK VICTORIAN CHAISE LONGUE
19th century
With a curvaceous top rail with a floral carved crest, rounded tub shaped arms to a serpentine seat with a carved drop, the curved arm supports flowing to small cabriole legs, upholstered in a buff coloured floral tapestry fabric
Height: 87cm Width: 185cm Depth: 73cm

 300-400

316
A MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD VENEER WALL RACK
Later 19th century
The graduated three tier rack with battens and pierced scrolling fretwork to the sides
Height: 76cm Width: 82cm Depth: 21cm

 100-200

317
A VICTORIAN WALNUT BALLOON BACK CHAIR
Later 19th century
In the French manner with a shaped, waisted back, a pierced and carved crest and a similarly embellished mid rail, a serpentine stuffover seat and raised on channel grooved cabriole legs terminating in elegant points, upholstered in olive green velvet
Height: 88cm Width: 45cm Depth: 51cm

 100-200

318
A SMALL LADY'S BURR WALNUT BUREAU PLAT
19th century
The Rococo Revival bureau with an olive green tooled leather writing plane above a central drawer flanked by small drawers, raised on elegant curvaceous legs with foliate carved and pierced knees terminating in scroll feet
Height: 72cm Width: 93cm Depth: 53cm

 800-1200

319
A WILLIAM IV ELM BABY'S HIGH CHAIR
Circa: 1820s
The pegged high chair with a saddle seat, a high back with a tulip decorated mid rail, turned spindle supports to the arms and legs, with foot rest and 'H' form stretcher
Height: 83cm

 100-200

320
A VICTORIAN EBONISED BURR WALNUT DROP LEAF TEA & CARD TABLE
Late 19th century, with label of A&N Aux, C.S.L. (The Army & Navy Auxiliary Co-operative Supply Ltd) underside
The small square table with four shaped and rounded drop leaves and original leather top, with burr walnut banding and panels, stringing, raised on turned and fluted legs with palm leaf capitals, terminating in brass trims and porcelain casters
Height: 73cm Width: 58cm Extended length: 108cm

 200-300

321
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DUMB WAITER
Second half 19th century, provenance: purchased from the church guild of St Patrick's Cathedral Melbourne circa: 1968
With a pierced and roundel decorated panel back above a deep shelf with bold scroll and vegetal side supports, the lower section with canted edges and a pair of beaded cupboards with carved and pierced ornament, raised on a plinth base
Height: 130cm Width: 118cm Depth: 49cm

 500-800

322
A VICTORIAN CEDAR MIRROR BACKED DRESSING TABLE
Second half 19th century
An oval framed mirror flanked by serpentine and pierced vegetal supports above side pedestals each with three drawers centred with an ogee profile hinged compartment, the extended and shaped base with a small frieze drawer and raised on carved cabriole legs to a platform base
Height: 161cm Width: 120cm Depth: 48cm

 300-400

323
A FINE VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DAVENPORT
19th century
Having a fitted pen and inks compartment above a shaped slope with an olive tooled leather surface, the interior with a small drawer and pigeon holes, four side drawers, faux to the other, extended supports with squashed bun feet and carved embellishments, with satinwood stringing and delicate scrolling motifs
Height: 84cm Width: 53cm Depth: 55cm

 500-1000

324
A SET OF MAHOGANY TRESTLE END NESTING TABLES
20th century, with maker's mark of Tidewater Collection by Morganton
With elegant plain tops and ringed cylindrical supports to square section scrolled trestle ends, maker's plaque underside
Height: 54cm Length: 66cm Width: 43cm and smaller

 300-500

325
A SMALL VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1860s-70s
The table having a relief carved border enclosing a finely figured top with Sheraton style stringing in boxwood above a corkscrew and knopped stem to a tripod base with swept cabriole legs well decorated with relief carved leafy forms
Height: 74cm Diameter: 50cm

 100-200

326
A PAIR OF MAHOGANY VICTORIAN LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S CHAIRS
Mid 19th century
The pair with Rococo showframes with relief carved crests, shaped and buttoned spoon backs, serpentine stuffover seats and raised on short cabriole legs with decorated knees, upholstered in light olive velvet
Height: 92cm Width: 66cm Depth: 77cm (gent's chair) and other smaller

 100-300

327
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
The Sheraton revival cabinet with a dentil embellished cornice above a swagged frieze, an astragal glazed door and side panels and internal shelving, a bow front lower section with a marquetry decorated cupboard, embellished throughout with cross banding, satinwood and ebony stringing, raised on tapering slender legs
Height: 179cm Width: 66cm Depth: 44cm

 800-1200

328
A SMALL LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT VENEER DISPLAY OR MUSIC CABINET
Late 19th century
The pier style cabinet with a finely figured extended top above a single glazed door opening to a gold velvet lined interior with two shelves, raised on a plinth base and decorated throughout with boxwood stringing and delicate arabesques, and pierced gilt bronze mounts and trims
Height: 99cm Width: 76cm Depth: 32cm

 400-800

329
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY DOUBLE PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD
Mid 19th century
Of generous proportions with a serpentine arched back with acanthus scrolls to the ends and a wave style crest above a ring motif embellished with vegetal forms, ogee profile frieze drawers and extended pedestals with arched cupboards flanked by pairs of carved cabriole buttress mounts, fitted interiors, upon a plinth base
Height: 145cm Width: 222cm Depth: 70cm

 650-1000

330
A LARGE VICTORIAN CHAISE LONGUE
19th century
The chaise with a bold serpentine cresting rail, rollover arms and acanthus carved supports to a padded seat with an ogee profile seating rail, raised on large toupie feet and upholstered in mushroom pink velvet
Height: 84cm Width: 212cm Depth: 74cm

 300-500

331
AN ANTIQUE INLAID ÉTAGÈRE IN TULIPWOOD AND BURR WALNUT
Later 19th century
With a serpentine rectangular profile, the three tiers with quarter veneer walnut panels surrounded by wide tulipwood cross banded borders with gilt bronze trims, the top inlaid with a pair of Classical cupids with a cart and goat and surrounded by a pierced fleur-de-lys gilt bronze gallery, raised on curvaceous feet with sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 45cm Depth: 42cm

 300-500

332
A FINELY INLAID EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR
Early 20th century
With a shaped back with flat crest and a large central splat finely inlaid in the Berainesque manner with inked satinwood and ivory, curvaceous arm rests and supports to a serpentine seat upholstered in a tapestry and petit point floral covering with a sage field, raised on tapering square legs with spade feet, satinwood stringing throughout
Height: 90cm Width: 52cm Depth: 58cm

 100-150

333
A LOUIS XV MAHOGANY COMMODE
19th century
With a grey white marble top with ear form corners above three quarter fluted pillars, three panelled drawers with brass bracket swing handles upon hexagonal mounts, raised on tapering feet and toupie feet
Height: 84cm Width: 95cm Depth: 49cm

 800-1200

334
A PAIR OF INLAID KINGWOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Late 19th to early 20th century
The tables inlaid to the top with an arrangement of instruments in blonde timbers above three small drawers with bordered floral inlay, similarly decorated to the sides, a conforming inlaid undertiers and raised on curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze mounts, rosettes and sabots
Height: 79cm Width: 47cm Depth: 37cm

 500-700

335
A VICTORIAN OAK CHILD'S DESK AND SMALL STOOL
Mid 19th century
The desk with a small drawer and cotton reel turned legs with a matching square stool with a tapestry covering
Height: 46cm Width: 56cm Depth: 38cm (desk)

 100-200

336
A SET OF SIX LATE VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT DINING CHAIRS
Circa: 1890s
The square framed chairs each with a pierced foliage crest, ebonised roundels with floral motifs, and frames and mid rails embellished with inlaid diamond bands, the stuff over seats with chocolate hessian style velvet upholstery and raised on fluted legs with toupie feet
Height: 90cm Width: 47cm Depth: 49cm

 300-500

337
A LARGE GLASS TOPPED TABLE WITH CARVED ELM LION LEGS
The rectangular table with a large bevel edged glass supported on a pair of bold dual carved lion heads and curved leg supports with acanthus leaf embellishments terminating in monumental hairy paw feet
Height: 75cm Length: 209cm Width: 99cm

 400-800

338
A SET OF SIX UPHOLSTERED LOUIS XV STYLE DINING CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The high back padded and arched cherry wood chairs with a light metallic painted finish, with curvaceous arms and supports to stuffover seats and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet and curved 'X' form stretchers, upholstered in russet cut velvet and metallic finish upholstery
Height: 106cm Width: 61cm Depth: 60cm

 600-1200

339
A FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE PEDESTAL IN MIXED TIMBERS
19th century
The tapering square section pedestal with an architectural cornice in mahogany, burr walnut and ebonised timbers, with gilt bronze neoclassical trims, ionic style capitals with stiff leaf motifs flanking a torch bearing cupid roundel, raised on an extended shaped base with trims
Height: 112cm Width: 36cm Depth: 36cm

 1500-2000

340
A CONTINENTAL TWO TIER PINE DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
A large glazed and mirror backed display cabinet on cup and cover supports to a shallow open compartment, the extended lower section with a pair of drawers with a central lock and cupboards with applied decorations to the door panels, raised on squashed bun feet, with rosettes, corbels and restrained leafy flourishes
Height: 250cm Width: 121cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1000

341
A MODERN GLASS AND HAMMERED BLACK METAL COFFEE TABLE
A bold circular black glass table top above a substantial ovoid hammered black metal bowl on a flat circular base
Height: 47cm Diameter: 130cm

 200-400