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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
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Sunday 25 February 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 The Estate of the late Mr Antony James
Fine 18th & 19th Century Porcelain
1-162
 Items of Interest 163-177
 Clocks & Bronzes 178-206
 Oriental 207-238
 Silver 239-271
 Glass 272-290
 Porcelain 291-329
 Paintings 330-389
 Carpets 390-397
 Mirrors & Lights 398-407
 Furniture 408-473

001
TWO BLACK BAT PRINTED COFFEE CANS IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL
Circa: 1810, unmarked
The cans in hard paste with simple loop handles decorated with a scene of two men fishing with church in the background; the other with a traveller carrying a bundle approaching a country cottage, with gilt sprays and patterns, hairline to glaze
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

002
THREE MATCHING SIR JAMES DUKE & NEPHEWS BONE CHINA TRIOS
1860-63, pattern 6:6905
The plates and saucers with deep claret borders and vermicelli gilding, the plates and saucers each with three landscape medallions, the cups with two views, puce pattern numbers underside; cups repaired
Diameter: 17.5cm

 50-80

003
A WORCESTER BELL SHAPED BAT PRINTED COFFEE CUP
Circa: 1750-60s
The cup with a distinctive thick blue white glaze and a large simple loop handle with a black transferware design of pair of doves to a laurel enclosed reserve, the interior with a pendant border; crescent mark underside
Height: 6cm

 80-150

004
A PAIR OF DERBY SOFT PASTE FIGURES, NEPTUNE AND VENUS
Circa: 1765, patch marks to bases
Finely modelled and dramatic figures, with Neptune, his pink cape flying, beside a dolphin spewing water, Venus seated upon a dolphin and accompanied by a putto, both raised on domed pierced bases richly encrusted with naturalistic shells and sea weeds; some losses and repairs
Height: 25cm

 200-400

005
A WORCESTER JAMES GILES DECORATED TEAPOT AND A COALPORT JUG
Circa: 1768 and circa: 1805-10 (jug)
A ribbed barrel shaped teapot with a floral finial gilt decorated in Queen's pattern at the James Giles London studio, unmarked; and an oval jug with gilt bands and a red and gold rosebud border, unmarked
Height: 13.5cm Width: 19.5cm (teapot)

 100-200

006
TWO BOTANICAL COFFEE CANS, DERBY AND ROYAL COPENHAGEN
Circa: 1810, 20th century, Royal Copenhagen no. 952
A Derby 'Turks Cap' can below a fine pendant gilt border, title only underside; and a Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica can with an angular handle decorated with 'Veronica Alpina Corymbosa'; blue wavy lines, signature and number
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 100-200

007
A DERBY SCENIC COFFEE CAN, 'IN ITALY'
Circa: 1810-20
The straight-sided can with a pointed ear handle, with lavish formal gilding upon a blue ground and decorated to a medallion with a view of a ruin to a medallion, a formal border to the interior; red crown mark underside, title and decorator's tally mark
Height: 6.5cm

 50-100

008
TWO DERBY COFFEE CANS WITH DECORATION BY BILLINGSLEY
Circa: 1790-95 period, patterns 626 and 645
Straight-sided cans with loop handles and internal spurs, decorated to one with pink roses within gilt diamond borders to the exterior and interior, the other luxuriant blooms to an octagonal reserve, gilt wheat head decoration to the body; puce crown and baton marks, pattern number to one
Height: 6cm

 100-200

009
A FLIGHT, BARR & BARR WORCESTER PORCELAIN ROSE PLATE
Circa: 1813, with decoration by probably William Billingsley
A lobed dish with gadrooned edges, sprigged with pink roses, blue bells and forget-me-nots; impressed mark and backstamp of 1813-40 period; Billingsley worked at Worcester from 1808-1813
Diameter: 19.5cm

 50-100

010
AN EARLY DERBY FLORAL PLATE
Circa: 1770, with incised 'N' mark
The plate with a fluted border polychrome decorated in bright hues with three floral posies and various sprigs; incised mark only underside
Diameter: 18.5cm

 100-200

011
A PAIR OF SAMSON OF PARIS PLATES IN THE CHELSEA STYLE
Early 20th century
Hard paste porcelain plates decorated in the 18th century manner with vibrant fancy birds within gilded and pale blue enriched moulded borders, painted gold anchor marks underside
Diameter: 26cm

 100-200

012
TWO IMARI COFFEE CANS: SPODE AND OTHER
Circa: 1820
A Spode floral patterned can with a loop handle with small kink, pattern 648 over 9; and a heavy can, faint pattern number 117, with a free flowing floral design in a traditional palette with touches of purple, decorated to the exterior and interior
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

013
A WEDGWOOD FLORAL PLATE
Circa: 1812-22
With a central loose posy in pink, purple and orange colours, and three sprigs to the fluted border; red printed Wedgwood mark underside
Diameter: 21.5cm

 50-100

014
FOUR SAUCERS BY CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER, WORCESTER, PINXTON
Circa: 1780s-1810, two items unmarked
A Chamberlain Worcester shanked saucer pattern N.66; a Worcester fluted bowl with a fancy bird, crescent mark underside and an unmarked Worcester saucer; a Pinxton saucer with a finely gilded border and a roundel of a bird in a landscape
Diameter: 14.5cm and smaller

 50-100

015
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER FLORAL PLATE
1811-20 period, with mark peculiar to 'Regent' body
An elegant plain plate with a simple gilt band to the rim, brightly decorated to the border with various blooms and sprigs in puce, magenta and iron red colours; red backstamp of period underside
Diameter: 22cm

 80-120

016
A NANTGARW CHINA WORKS FLORAL PLATE
Circa: 1815
The plain plate with a gilded dentil border, decorated with five brightly coloured posies in pink, blue, yellow and magenta colours; impressed marks underside
Diameter: 21cm

 80-120

017
TWO PORCELAIN JUGS, PROBABLY TUCKER OF PHILADELPHIA
Circa: 1820s-30s
A cobalt baluster jug with gilded decoration, gadroons to the rims and reserves with painted male and female figures, and a larger pedestal jug of compressed form with bold purple lustre enhanced gadrooned rims, rose decoration and vertical bands, with a right angled bracket handle, both unmarked
Heights: 14cm and 18.5cm

 100-200

018
AN INTERESTING GROUP OF SEVEN 'REFERENCE' PORCELAIN ITEMS
Circa: 1750-late 1790s, all items as found
A Delft bird plate; a pearlware plate, possibly William Greatbatch with impressed wheel mark; an early Chelsea scalloped plate with flora; Worcester 'Pine Cone' strawberry bowl and a 'ho ho bird' dish, crescent and hatch marks; a Chamberlain Worcester plate in the manner of John Wood after Angelica Kauffman; a small Chinese pattern dish, possibly Liverpool

 100-300

019
THREE MINIATURE FIGURES: PROBABLY DERBY, CHELSEA, OTHER
18th to 19th century
A female figure in a white and yellow cape with highly coiffed hair, raised on a shallow white square base, in the manner of Derby; a figure of a Turk, bearing a Chelsea gold anchor mark underside; and a hollow softly moulded figure of a woman, with gilt highlights fading to mauve
Height: 11.5cm and smaller

 150-250

020
THREE LARGE AMERICAN HARD PASTE PORCELAIN WATER PITCHERS
Circa: 1830s-1850s, faint inscribed numerals underside
Each with wavy rims, meandering oak leaf and stem moulding to the body and a divided branch handle, two decorated in polychrome colours and gilt seaweeds, one white and gilt, variously marked with initials, names and inscriptions
Height: 24.5cm

 400-800

021
A DERBY PORCELAIN 'MANSION HOUSE DWARF' OR GROTESQUE PUNCH
1800-1825 period
A humorous polychrome figure with a large funnel shaped blue hat and jaunty harlequin vest and floral waistcoat; red crown and baton mark underside; staff now absent
Height: 17cm

 500-1000

022
FOUR RARE PLATES BY SIR JAMES DUKE & NEPHEWS (S. ALCOCK & CO)
1860-63
Comprising one fruit decorated plate and three floral decorated plates with teal and gilt borders, the 'moss rose bud', botanical plate with an apricot climbing rose border, three with the impressed handprint mark, one marked 4 over 4996, another marked 4 over 3992
Diameter: 23cm

 150-250

023
THREE BAT PRINTED SCENIC COFFEE CANS, NEW HALL AND OTHER
Circa: 1800-1810
Two unmarked cans each with pairs of landscapes between gilded bands, with the typical round and oval ring handles, and one other with a single landscape, bearing a similar ring handle, and marked 189 to base
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 50-100

024
A COFFEE CAN IN THE MANNER OF NANTGARW
Circa: 1815-20
A fine white can with a loop handle delicately decorated with three bright floral posies below a dentil border, unmarked
Height: 6.5cm

 50-100

025
A DERBY COFFEE CAN WITH DECORATION BY BILLINGSLEY
Circa: 1795, provenance: Kozminsky, Lord Zouche collection 1989, pattern 18
A can with a simple loop handle, finely decorated with a full-blown pink rose with sprigs to the exterior and interior below a gilded band; red crown and crossed batons mark underside and pattern
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

026
A DERBY PINK ROSE COFFEE CAN
Circa: 1810
A straight-sided can with lavish formal gilding upon an apricot ground, and decorated with a posy of full blown pink roses to a roundel; red crown and crossed baton mark underside
Height: 6.5cm

 50-100

027
THREE SCENIC COFFEE CANS, IN THE MANNER OF NEW HALL AND PINXTON
Circa: 1800
A New Hall style can with an oval ring handle decorated with two medallions with bat printed coloured transfers of landscapes within gilded surrounds, and two cans with loop handles and hand decorated landscapes, all unmarked
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 100-200

028
A MINTON TURQUOISE PORCELAIN COMPORT
Circa: 1870s, pattern G865, decoration in the manner of William Mussill
The comport with gilded borders finely decorated with a bird in a magnolia branch, unmarked, pattern numbers in blue underside
Height: 7cm Diameter: 24cm

 50-100

029
A RARE SIR JAMES DUKE & NEPHEWS LANDSCAPE VIEW COMPORT WITH A MATCHING PLATE
1860-63
The comport and plate with wide maroon bands and white and gold moulded rims, the comport decorated with a waterfall and landscape view, the plate depicting a bridge with a ruined castle, both with impressed handprint mark, and painted marks 4:3991
Height: 7cm Diameter: 22.5cm (comport)

 150-250

030
TWO PARIS PORCELAIN LADIES BY BOURDOIS & ACHILLE BLOCH
Late 19th to early 20th century
The ladies in ornate Rococo courtly dress, one holding a fan, the other with a feathered headpiece and cradling a small French bulldog; blue crossed feather marks underside
Height: 27cm and smaller

 50-100

031
A COALPORT TEA CUP, SAUCER AND PLATE IN CHURCH GRESLEY PATTERN
Circa: 1805-10, unmarked
Brightly decorated with yellow geometric compartments sprigged with cornflowers and panels of fresh summer flowers, pink roses, and clusters of apple green navettes, the plate centred with a luxuriant bouquet
Diameter: 24cm (plate)

 80-150

032
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE IMARI PLATES AND SAUCERS
Early 19th century
Including wares by Rockingham, an ironstone plate by Turner's, and three others unmarked, comprising a pagoda and flowering tree, an English style Gothic ruin with figures in the foreground, and a kakiemon tiger with rockwork and peony
Diameter: 17.5cm and smaller

 100-200

033
THREE CUPS AND TWO SAUCERS IN THE MANNER OF SPODE OR ANSTICE COALPORT TEAWARES, ONE SAUCER BY T. GOODE & CO LTD
1815-1818 period, post 1918 mark for T. Goode & Co Ltd, pattern 4809
Etruscan cups with angular handles, all decorated with gilded sawtooth borders enclosing cornflower motifs, the bodies with sprigs and pink rosebuds, five unmarked, puce backstamp and pattern number to one
Diameter: 15cm (saucer) Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller

 100-200

034
A RARE PINXTON TRIO
Circa: 1806-13, no pattern number, possibly a commission
A bute cup, coffee can and saucer well decorated with lavish gilded borders of strappy leaves, trailing floral and scrolls, with imaginary landscape roundels with a bridge and a man fishing, saucer marked with painted 'P' in red only
Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-200

035
TWO DERBY NAMED VIEW PLATES DECORATED BY ZACHARIAH BOREMAN AND THOMAS 'JOCKEY' HILL
Circa: 1790-1792, with rare blue mark to one
A plate centred with a finely painted roundel, 'Near Breadshall Derbyshire', pattern 18, in the manner of Boreman, with a fine honey gilded border, blue mark underside; and 'Bala Lake Merionethshire Wales', pattern 262 by Jockey Hill, with a mazarin blue and gilded border; brown mark and pattern underside

 100-200

036
A BOW FRILLED POLYCHROME POT POURRI
Circa: 1765
Of baluster form with a domed lid and a bird finial, having lattice piercings with blue florets to the collar and profusely encrusted with stems of bright flowers, festooned masks, painted insects and butterflies, a leafy frill above the base, with repairs
Height: 31.5cm

 300-500

037
A PAIR OF OCTAGONAL MINTON 'REDWARE' BARBOTINE CABINET PLATES
Circa: 1876, decorated in the manner of William Mussill
In red brown colours with beaded and gilded rims, one enamel decorated with a bird upon a blossom stem, the other with a deer grazing, impressed marks underside and registration stamps
Length: 22.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 50-100

038
FOUR SCENIC PLATES, CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER, OTHER
Circa: 1830s-40s
All with claret grounds, a Chamberlain Worcester name view plate, 'Emir Sultan, Bursa, Asia Minor' (after the 1838 painting and 1839 published print by Thomas Allom), described to plate verso, with Worcester painted script; a pair of side plates with three scenic medallions; an unmarked plate with a landscape roundel
Diameter: 22.5cm and smaller

 50-100

039
TWO ARMORIAL PLATES, INCLUDING 7TH DUKE OF MARLBOROUGH, AND AN ARMORIAL JUNKET BOWL: JOHN ROSE COALPORT AND OTHER
Circa: 1820s, rare John Rose & Co Coalbrookdale Shropshire mark to one
A John Rose & Co plate bearing the armorial 'In God we seek Refuge'; a plate with Spanish motto, 'fiel pero desdichado', arms for Sir John Winston Spencer-Churchill, 7th Duke of Marlborough, (fault); and a heraldic bowl with heron
Diameter: 26.5cm and smaller

 50-100

040
THREE ENGLISH CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER IMARI PLATES
Circa: 1800, and 1810-20 period, earlier pair unmarked but pattern 240
A pair of plates decorated with vases issuing peony and foliage within panelled borders of flora, scale patterns and pairs of storks, and a 'partridge pattern' plate with a pair of birds upon a branch in a blue tree; backstamp for later period plate; two as found
Diameter: 24cm

 50-100

041
TWO POLYCHROME DECORATED PLATES
19th century
A plate depicting summer fruits in a comport surrounded by a sky-blue border with gilded wheat sheaves between cobalt bands; and a blue ground dish with a roundel and four cartouches with flowers studies, with white and gilt enrichments, both unmarked but faint impressions to latter
Diameter: 24cm and smaller

 100-200

042
A NINE PIECE PARTIAL DESSERT SERVICE, IN THE PINXTON STYLE
Early 19th century, unmarked, three dishes as found
Comprising six plates, two square dishes and a lozenge shaped dish, each centred with individually enamel decorated English and Italian views enclosed by gilt bands and with trailing red and gilt vegetal borders to the rim; note: two qualities of porcelain used
Length: 28.5cm Width: 19cm (oval plate)

 100-150

043
TWO BISCUIT PORCELAIN FIGURES: AN ENGLISH FACTORY LION, AND AN UNMARKED MODEL OF A GIRL FEEDING A SHEEP
19th to early 20th century
A press moulded male lion miniature in grey biscuit upon an integral base; and a crisp porcelain model of a kneeling girl feeding a sheep surrounded by finely modelled encrusted flowers, raised on a rectangular base
Height: 8.5cm Width: 10.5cm Depth: 6.5cm

 100-200

044
TWO IMARI COFFEE CANS: WEDGWOOD PEARLWARE AND MINTON
Circa: 1810-15
A Wedgwood can with a looped handle decorated in the typical palette with loose floral designs and borders, with repair; impressed Wedgwood mark and various cyphers; and a Minton can, the lower section with peony, rockwork and feathers below concentric bands, the upper section with a tightly scrolled border of flora reserved with Buddhist emblems, unmarked

 100-200

045
A RETICULATED FRILL VASE IN THE MANNER OF BOW
Circa: 1760s
A conical vase with a flaring trellis rim with applied green florets, encrusted to the body with colourful flowers, twin masks and various moths and insects, a green frill to the lower section, with a glazed base and unglazed foot rim
Height: 16.5cm

 200-400

046
A CHAMBERLAINS WORCESTER 'STAG HUNT' TEAPOT
Circa: 1796-8, shape pattern 8
Decorated with naive figures and dogs stalking a deer in a landscape setting within gold bordered cloud cartouches, the oval pot with a stepped dome lid and ring handle and ample kiln soot, unmarked
Height: 18.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 150-350

047
THREE BONE CHINA 'COMMA' HANDLED JUGS, BY JOHN & RICHARD RILEY
Circa: 1820s, Staffordshire, two items marked 783, one marked 782
Gadrooned and baluster jugs with floral bouquet relief moulding, with identical scrolling handles with rosette motifs to the rim and distinctive 'comma' terminals, two with imari decoration, the other with oriental flowers, painted pattern marks only underside
Height: 18.5cm and smaller

 100-200

048
A PINXTON SCENIC COFFEE CAN
Circa: 1800, red 'P' mark
The straight-sided can with a loop handle with distinctive internal kink, decorated with a painted view of a cottage in a landscape between gold bands, painted mark underside only
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

049
TWO COFFEE CANS, PROBABLY PARIS PORCELAIN
Circa: 1800
Straight-sided cans with loop and spur handles, one continuously decorated with a romantic couple dancing beside a river before a grand house; the other depicting a maiden in classical dress reclining forlornly in a chair, unmarked
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

050
TWO COFFEE CANS, BY BOW AND PINXTON
Circa: 1750s and 1806-13, unmarked
A heavy Bow can with a loop handle and a flat unglazed base polychrome decorated with Chinese peony and rockwork, (hairline); and a creamy white Pinxton can, pattern no.1 with a loop handle with internal spur, with terracotta and blue cornflower sprigs between terracotta line borders
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

051
A DERBY ETRUSCAN ANGEL COFFEE CAN
Circa: 1795-1800, probably decorated by John Brewer
A straight-sided can with a loop handle with internal spur, decorated with an antique figure in orange terracotta colours pencilled in black between gold and orange bands; puce crown mark underside
Height: 6cm

 100-200

052
THREE FLORAL PLATES IN THE MANNER OF NANTGARW
Circa: 1815, unmarked
Simple lobed plates with gold borders, each finely decorated with loose and naturalistic posies in colours
Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

053
TWO SIGNED ENAMEL AND GILDED TANKARDS: DERBY AND LYNTON
20th century
Both finely decorated with tooled gilding, including a yellow ground bone china tankard with a scene of 'Chatsworth House Derbyshire', signed S.F Nowacki; and an emerald ground tankard painted with a snow hare, signed A.M. Harland; backstamps to both
Height: 12cm

 300-600

054
AN PANORAMIC URN VASE WITH COVER, IN THE PINXTON MANNER
Early 19th century, also a known Coalport shape
Of simple campagna form with gilded bands, pointed loop handles and a domed pierced lid, finely painted with a continuous landscape of two cottages with windswept trees and a single figure; unmarked, with repair
Height: 18cm

 100-200

055
A DULWICH STUDIO POTTERY 'PEASANT WOMAN' BY JESSAMINE STELLA BRAY AND SYBIL V. WILLIAMS
1927
The contemplative figure of a woman in a black dress and blue and white checked apron, holding a broom and seated upon a plinth, small repair and loss to bonnet; mark of J.S.B.V.W in monogram, Dulwich, Eng. with date underside; with a fitted timber stand
Height: 25.5cm

 300-500

056
A DERBY FLORAL PLATE
1800-1825 period
With finely painted floral specimens comprising a voluptuous posy of pink rugosa roses and other blooms in purple, red and yellow colours to the centre and four sprigs to the plain rim enclosed by a gold band; red painted mark underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 50-100

057
A SOFT PASTE ROCOCO VASE IN THE MANNER OF DERBY
Circa: 1750-60, similar made by Longton Hall and Bow factories
The asymmetric vase with moulding picked out in turquoise and gilt, decorated to the body with two floral posies and issuing an extravagant tall bouquet of white encrusted flowers; as found
Height: 21cm

 50-100

058
THREE CUPS WITH SAUCERS: SPODE, POTTER & BLANCHERON OF PARIS, OTHER
Circa: 1790-1800
A Spode bute cup and saucer with a yellow border of trophies and pink and blue feathered motifs, red painted mark; a sprigged tapering Potter & Blancheron tea cup, marked Potter 2 to saucer and CP BP to cup, and a Pinxton style leaf and berry bordered cup and saucer, with decorator's marks, part number

 50-100

059
THREE BLUE AND WHITE SAUCE AND CREAM BOATS: WORCESTER AND PROBABLY LONGTON HALL
Circa: 1750s, Worcester wares with pre-1760s workmen's marks, 'P'
A crisply moulded lozenge shaped double scroll handled sauce boat and a cream boat of tapering form with an angular handle decorated to moulded reserves, both with oriental scenes and patterns; and a helmet shaped pedestal sauce boat with underglaze fern and floral motifs, unmarked; Worcester items with marks

 150-250

060
A BAT PRINTED LONDON SHAPED TEAPOT
Circa: 1815
Of bulbous rectangular form with an angled handle, bat printed and over decorated with a scene, 'Winstone Cottage' with two figures and a dog in a landscape, similarly decorated to the reverse and lid, with gilded vegetal borders and devices; marked M86 to base beneath a small 'v'
Height: 15cm Width: 26.5cm

 100-200

061
FOUR SCENIC SAUCERS
Circa: 1805-10, pattern numbers, one item marked with a small 'v'
A saucer pattern 740 with a river cottage view within a formal border with gilt foliage; a saucer pattern 218 with a painted view of a tree with craggy roots; a transferware hamlet scene in green and plum hues, marked with a brown 'v' underside; and a saucer pattern 326 with two figures and a cottage
Diameter: 14.5cm

 80-140

062
A CHELSEA DERBY HEART SHAPED DESSERT DISH
1769-1775
Having an extravagant and vibrant magenta diaper border with gilt enriched bleu celeste scrolls and engraved gilt swags, sprigged with 'deutsche blumen' to the body; entwined gold anchor and letter 'D' underside
Height: 5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 150-250

063
A CHELSEA STUDIO POTTERY 'BALLOON SELLER' BY CHARLES VYSE
1921
The woman in a vibrantly striped dress with a green shawl holding a bunch of coloured balloons, with blue cypher of Charles Vyse, Chelsea and date mark underside, with a fitted timber stand
Height: 24cm

 300-500

064
FIVE TEAWARES: ROCKINGHAM, COPELAND SPODE, WORCESTER, OTHER
1826 and after
A Rockingham plate with fruit and floral cartouches on a pink border, pattern 542; a Rockingham blue bordered saucer with a butterfly, pattern 673; an 1840s Copeland floral medallion saucer on a pink ground, pattern D6680; a Worcester insect and grasses saucer, pattern 5755; an unmarked frilled apple green bowl
Diameter: 24.5cm and smaller

 100-200

065
SIX PORCELAIN WARES: CAUGHLEY, DERBY, WORCESTER, OTHER
1770s to early 19th century
A Caughley style blue Chinese patterned dish; a polychrome floral custard cup with a grooved loop handle; an underglaze blue moulded salt with tiny figures in cartouches in the Worcester manner; an incomplete Derby dish with underglaze blue design only, impressed Derby and anchor mark; a tureen tray with wavy cornflower borders, pattern N 10 over A underside, known Derby shape; and a heavy tureen stand with raised beading

 100-200

066
A JAPAN PATTERN SLOP BOWL AND MATCHING CREAMER
19th century, unmarked
A moulded slops bowl with a scalloped rim continuously decorated in the imari palette with fine gilding featuring a figure, pavilions and fruiting trees, the silver shaped Rococo jug similarly decorated
Height: 9cm Diameter: 17cm (bowl) Height: 14cm (jug)

 50-100

067
A DERBY 'PARTRIDGE PATTERN' SAUCER AND A MATCHING DISH
Circa: 1810, red crown mark
Decorated in the imari palette with pairs of partridges perched on a branch, a central blue and gilt enriched oriental tree with various flowers and buds, painted marks and numerals 20, 29 underside; dish as found
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 22.5cm and smaller

 50-100

068
AN INTERESTING GROUP OF NINE 'REFERENCE' PORCELAIN PLATES
Circa: 1790-1830, all items as found
Three Swansea plates: rose bordered, landscape, and moulded bird plates; two Derby plates: kakiemon pattern and a landscape within a gilded blue and rose border; a moulded Chelsea dessert plate; a blue bordered and moulded Coalport plate with a pink peony rose; a yellow flower plate with Ridgway style moulded borders; and a Staffordshire Japan pattern dish

 100-300

069
A PAIR OF DECORATIVE FRENCH BALLOONING PLATES
Both depicting scenes of antique balloons painted and signed by J. Siquier, surrounded by gilt patterned borders, one described as the 'Ascension de Mr Margat'; blue crossed marks with dots underside
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 100-200

070
A RARE SOFT PASTE CHELSEA WHITE 'GOAT AND BEE' CREAMER
Circa: 1745, incised triangle mark
A waisted bulbous jug moulded with recumbent goats to the base, a bee below the rim, and a twig form handle with applied oak leaves, design attributed to Nicholas Sprimont; mark underside; see Victoria & Albert Museum Collection No 2875-1901
Height: 12cm

 100-200

071
THREE COFFEE CANS AND A SAUCER: BOW, CHAMBERLAIN OR GRAINGER WORCESTER, CAUGHLEY
Circa: 1750s-60s, all unmarked
A blanc-de-chine prunus moulded cup with bluish glaze and a typical Bow works handle and a similar saucer in a creamy glaze, with small firing crack; a Hamilton flute can with a ring handle and blue and gold decoration; and a Caughley Pagoda pattern fluted can with characteristic handle

 200-400

072
A RARE BOW WHITE SOFT PASTE FIGURE OF A MONK
Circa: 1752-4, unmarked
The press moulded figure in a flowing habit and wearing shoes with bows, posed with right hand raised, upon on a pad base; see polychrome versions dated about 1755 in Victoria & Albert Museum, museum no: c.239-1940, and; Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge, no: C.3050A-1928
Height: 17cm

 200-600

073
A RARE LONGTON HALL MOULDED STRAWBERRY LEAF AND FRUIT PLATE
Circa: 1751-60, Stoke on Trent
In soft paste porcelain, the leafy border softly decorated in apple green, emerald colours and magenta highlights, with 'deutsche blumen' posies and sprigs to the bowl; illustrated to dust jacket of J. & M. Cushion, 'A Collector's History of British Porcelain'; with professional repair
Height: 3cm Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-200

074
THREE PARIS PORCELAIN LADIES BY BOURDOIS & ACHILLE BLOCH
Late 19th to early 20th century
Cheerfully attired ladies in Rococo country style dress, with floral skirts, coloured bodices and frilled sleeves, each posed upon naturalistic bases, inscribed or painted names to the bases; blue crossed feather marks underside
Height: 24.5cm and smaller

 100-200

075
THREE BAT PRINTED AND GRISAILLE COFFEE CANS, AND A SAUCER: BY SPODE, DERBY, AND IN THE MANNER OF PINXTON
Circa: 1805-10, Spode can marked 557 only
A Spode can depicting a medieval castle with moat, and a saucer with identical subject surrounded by a gilded honeysuckle pattern border; a Derby can with a painted scene 'en grisaille' of cattle before a Romanesque church; and a can with a sepia painted figure to a gilt bordered roundel in the manner of Pinxton

 100-200

076
THREE PARIS PORCELAIN BIRD MODELS BY BOURDOIS & ACHILLE BLOCH
Early 20th century
Well modelled and decorated in polychrome colours, each posed upon naturalistic perches and bases, with blue crossed feathered arrow marks
Height: 14cm and smaller

 100-200

077
A TRIO IN THE MANNER OF MINTON
Circa: 1810
Comprising a can and a bute cup both with ring handles, bolding decorated with large white flower with star centres upon a wide mazarine blue border lavishly embellished with gilt flora and trailing leaves, unmarked
Diameter: 14cm (saucer) Height: 6.5cm (cup) and smaller

 50-100

078
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER HEART SHAPED DESSERT DISH
Circa: 1760s-70s
In a fresh famille verte palette with underglaze blue and enamel colours, having a mid green border enclosing large and small medallions with insects and flowers, the body with myriad sprigs, strawberries and other insects; open blue crescent mark underside
Height: 5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 300-500

079
FOUR SPILL VASES: A SPODE OR H&R DANIEL PAIR, TWO PROBABLY ROCKINGHAM
Circa: 1820-30, unmarked
A floral decorated pair of lemon ground conical vases with wavy rims, enamel beading and pairs of eagle head handles, repaired; two cylindrical vases with waisted bases, cupids and roses to one, the other with posies and gilt vines
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 200-500

080
A GROUP OF FIVE LEAF MOULDED WEDGWOOD TEA WARES: THREE CUPS OF DIFFERING SIZES, A SAUCER AND AN OVAL DISH
1812-1822
The white glazed wares with finely gilded rims, delicately moulded throughout with grapevines and tendrils, the handles moulded as stems, red Wedgwood marks underside to four of the five pieces
Length: 23cm Width: 17.5cm (oval platter)

 100-200

081
A DERBY FLORAL PLATE
1770-80 period, with incised 'N' mark and painted mark
The gently lobed plate sprigged with polychrome flowers and a central blue ring entwined with trailing gilt vines, the rim with a gilt enriched blue border; incised and painted marks underside
Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

082
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER 'EARL DALHOUSIE' FLUTED DESSERT DISH
Circa: 1770
With a central landscape reserve enclosed by three floral sprays and various insects, the blue rim enriched with gilt dentil scrolling borders; blue crescent mark underside; hairline and repair
Height: 3cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-200

083
NINE 'REFERENCE' PORCELAIN ITEMS: TWO BASKETS, A VASE, TWO SPILL VASES, A SLOP BOWL, A POT POURRI, A STAND, A DEER FIGURE
18th to early 19th century, all items as found
Two reticulated baskets, Derby and probably Chamberlain Worcester; a transfer ware slop bowl; a Derby style claret ground spill vase; a scenic spill vase; a blue floral Rockingham vase; a 'married' pot pourri, with a Plymouth lid and a spurious Nantgarw case; a blanc-de-chine shell stand; a Derby style deer

 100-200

084
TWO TEA BOWLS, WORCESTER AND CAUGHLEY
Circa: 1760s and circa: 1785
A Worcester teabowl in the vibrant imari 'Whorl' or 'Catherine Wheel' pattern, with square hatched mark underside; and a fluted style teabowl with a French Sprig pattern of angoulème motifs and green leaves, unmarked, refer example in Victoria & Albert Museum collection
Height: 5cm and smaller

 100-200

085
A WORCESTER FLORAL COFFEE CUP AND SAUCER IN MONOCHROME GREEN
Circa: 1760s
A fluted coffee cup and saucer, with gilded dentil borders and sprigged with Meissen style 'deutsche blumen', the cup with a double twisted handle with gilt tipped leafy mounts, both with square cross hatched marks underside
Height: 5.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-200

086
A BARR FLIGHT BARR WORCESTER COFFEE CAN
Circa: 1813-17
The can with a ring handle and flicked terminal decorated with three black bat printed reclining allegorical figures, Neptune, Juno and Zeus, impressed marks underside
Height: 6.5cm

 50-100

087
A PAIR OF BOW SOFT PASTE HUNTSMAN AND HIS LADY FIGURES
Circa: 1760, one bearing original Ackerman of New York label
In soft lavender blue, pink and lemon colours, he in a peaked cap and holding a musket, a dog at his side, and she holding a falcon, with small bocages and encrusted flowers to the high set Rococo bases picked out in turquoise; small square candleholder apertures to the back; some losses and repairs
Height: 21cm

 200-400

088
A HARD PASTE PORCELAIN FIGURE EMBLEMATIC OF MATRIMONY
19th century, with underglazed blue cross mark and three incised dots
A woman attired in a floral skirt and a pink shawl holding a birdcage and a small bird, a recumbent sheep at her foot, raised on a rocaille base picked out in gilt; mark underside, three dots to inside base
Height: 23cm

 200-400

089
TWO PORCELAIN MINIATURE CUPS, MEISSEN AND CONTINENTAL
Early 20th century
A miniature teacup with a yellow Chinese dragon dog, flowers and vases, underglaze blue cross sword marks underside; and an unmarked yellow ground can decorated to a reserve with an Angelica Kauffman style allegorical female figure attended by cupid
Height: 4.5cm and smaller

 50-100

090
A RARE AND FINE CHARLES BOURNE FLORAL PLATE
Circa: 1820, with painted mark in full for 1817-30 period
A finely lobed plate with a gilded border, three moulded floral sheaves to the rim and three loose polychrome bouquets of roses, passion flowers, anemones and others; red painted mark for Charles Bourne Foley Potteries Staffordshire underside
Diameter: 22cm

 200-400

091
A RARE DERBY DESSERT PLATE DECORATED BY WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY
Circa: 1785, pattern 80
A gently lobed plate with a gilded rim, finely painted with loose polychrome posies of summer flowers; purple painted mark underside; similar in the Royal Crown Derby Museum attributed to the Duke of Newcastle service
Diameter: 24.5cm

 150-250

092
A DERBY COFFEE CAN, A WEDGWOOD TEA CUP AND ONE OTHER
Circa: 1780s, 1812-1820, other
A ribbed tapering coffee can by Derby with a restrained gilt decorative border to the rim, now faded to mauve, a purple crown and batons mark; a fine Wedgwood teacup with a fresh design of a kingfisher on a flowering branch with other blooms and sprigs, red Wedgwood printed mark, and; another ribbed cup with bright oriental floral decoration, marked 'z'
Height: 7cm and smaller

 100-200

093
TWO DERBY MASK MOULDED MUGS
Late 18th century to early 19th century
Depicting 'Neptune' wearing his crown, and 'Young Bacchus' with a grapevine garland around his hair; painted red and puce crown and baton marks underside
Heights
: 10cm and 9.5cm

 150-250

094
A JOHN ROSE & CO COALPORT MOULDED FLORAL SLOP BOWL
1825-28, Shropshire made
A Nantgarw-style fine white body and a dentil border, with brightly coloured bouquets and sprigs, puce circular printed mark underside; small hairline
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 17cm

 80-120

095
FIVE CHINOISERIE TEAWARES: TWO TEABOWLS, TWO TEACUPS, A SAUCER: NEW HALL AND OTHER
Early 19th century, all unmarked
Figural scenes to all including: a New Hall teabowl in pattern 20; a large teabowl and matching bute cup with a oval ring handle, probably New Hall pattern 1172; another similar cup with a ring handle; and a saucer with a profuse floral border and a narrative scene, possibly Joseph Machin

 200-300

096
FOUR PLATES: SPODE, WEDGWOOD, OTHER
Circa: 1825 to 20th century
A Spode 'Tumble Down Dick' pattern plate, number 3716, with impressed and printed marks; a 1910-20 yellow ground Wedgwood plate with oriental motifs by Daisy Makeig Jones, backstamps, pattern X 9856; a Victorian plate with Buddhist motifs, faint impressed marks, pattern 485; and a mock Nantgarw/Swansea Asiatic lily plate with impressed and painted marks
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 50-100

097
TWO SPOON TRAYS: FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER AND CAUGHLEY
Circa: 1760s
Of shaped lozenge form, with mirror and vase shaped reserves with gilt enriched edges decorated with polychrome posies and sprigs upon a blue scale ground, open crescent mark; and a white unmarked dish of same shape with a gold dentil border and oval medallion, with blue flowers with gilt highlights and leaves
Length: 15.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 150-300

098
THREE WORCESTER BLACK PRINTED TEA WARES: A COFFEE CUP AND MATCHING SAUCER, AND A SIMILAR CUP
Circa: 1760s, unmarked
Printed with Robert Hancock's 'Tea Party' pattern to the cup and saucer, and one cup with Robert Hancock's 'L'Amour' print, both cups with grooved loop handles and raised on small foot rims
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 12cm (saucer)

 100-200

099
THREE FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER CHINOISERIE COFFEE CUPS
Circa: 1760s
Each raised on a small foot rim and with grooved loop handles, decorated in the Mandarin style with a woman, child and scholar, with a reserve of flowers and gilded motifs near the handle, all unmarked
Height: 6.5cm

 100-200

100
THREE SOFT PASTE FIGURES: A DERBY SHEPHERD AND SHEPHERDESS PAIR, AND A BOW TURKISH LADY
Circa: 1765, Bow figure in Museum of London collection, no. A 9741
The rustic pair in soft pastel colours with bocages, he with a dog, and she patting a sheep, on rocaille bases picked out in turquoise and gilt; a small Bow lady in a pink coat and a floral gown upon a flower encrusted base, repair to right hand
Height: 14cm and 12cm

 200-400

101
THREE NAMED VIEW TEA WARES: A DERBY SAUCER, A TEABOWL AND SAUCER, IN THE MANNER OF BILLINGSLEY AT MANSFIELD
Circa: 1795- 1802, unmarked, but known Derby pattern 600
A saucer depicting 'Sir R Steel's cottage at Primrose Hill' surrounded by a gilt and orange navette border; and an orange ground bowl and saucer with feathered wavy gilt borders and landscapes, 'In Dovedale, Derby', signed 'SH'; teabowl with underglaze blue mark, 'Potter I' (Potter & Blancheron?)

 100-200

102
TWO SLIP MOULDED BLANC-DE-CHINE ORIENTAL FIGURES
19th century
One in the form of a Guanyin holding a lotus and raised on a small lotus embellished base; the other in a gown with a sharply angled hem
Height: 13cm and smaller

 100-200

103
A ROSE DECORATED PLATE
Early 19th century, unmarked
Centred with pink roses enclosed by a leafy border, with sprigs and vegetal sprays to the border between continuous gilt and maroon enamel floral bands
Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

104
TWO JAPAN PATTERN PLATES: FB&B WORCESTER, AND OTHER
Circa: 1810
A Flight Barr & Barr Worcester 'Rock and Fence' pattern plate in typical colours with touches of pink and apple green within a gold and blue reserved border with gadroons; and a walled garden scene of two birds with a nest of eggs beside a vase, a moulded border and reverse 'S' mark underside
Diameter: 26.5cm and smaller

 200-300

105
SIX BLUE AND WHITE TEA WARES: WEDGWOOD AND OTHER
Circa: 1815
A Wedgwood coffee can, saucer and large teacup in the Chinese dragon and dog of fo pattern; a Chinoiserie cup with a French handle and old lead rivet repairs; a Chinoiserie mug; a Battle of Waterloo commemorative saucer, with a scene and portraits of Wellington and Blucher, impressed 2 underside
Diameter: 14cm and smaller (saucers) Height: 8cm and smaller (cups)

 100-200

106
A SPODE IMARI TEAPOT STAND AND A WHITE AND GOLD FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER DESSERT TUREEN, AND A STAND
Early 19th century
A Spode lozenge shaped stand in a kakiemon 'tree of life' pattern, 282, impressed Spode mark underside; a boat shaped tureen with moulded split handles, and a crimped tray with twig handles and applied flora
Height: 12.5cm Length: 19cm Width: 11cm

 150-250

107
FOUR 'STAG HUNT' TEAWARES BY WORCESTER AND CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER: A MILK JUG, TWO TEABOWLS AND A SAUCER
Circa: 1790s, one item marked pattern 9 (Chamberlain)
All decorated with charmingly naïve figures and dogs pursuing their prey enclosed by cloud shaped cartouches, comprising a first period Worcester jug, a fluted teabowl and a teabowl with a matching saucer, the latter with pattern number 9
Height: 11cm (jug)

 100-200

108
TWO MINTON 'DONOVAN OF DUBLIN' WARES: A PLATE, A JUNKET BOWL
Circa: 1800, both patterns illustrated in first pattern book, Minton Archive
An exotic floral plate in pink, chocolate and gold colours, pattern 85; and a fine chinoiserie bird and peony patterned junket bowl in pink, teal, iron red and chocolate colours with gilt highlights, pattern 51; both marked Donovan and with respective Minton pattern numbers underside
Diameter: 23cm and smaller

 80-150

109
TWO SLOP BOWLS WITH FINE LANDSCAPE VIEWS: MINTON AND OTHER
Circa: 1805
A Minton bowl, pattern 58, with two hand decorated roundels within gilded decorative borders, the body with various sprigs, see Cumming Minton Collection; a transferware bowl, pattern M86, with three landscape views to the exterior including 'Llangotten Bridge' and one central scene
Height: 9cm Diameter: 15.5cm and other

 50-100

110
A SPILL VASE AND A PEDESTAL VASE IN THE ROCKINGHAM MANNER
Circa: 1820-30, both items unmarked
A cylindrical vase with an everted lip, polychrome decorated in a soft palette with a Chinese family and exotic palm trees; and a known Rockingham shape conical vase with flat octagonal rim and cushion border finely decorated in the style of John Creswell with a fine floral summer bouquet upon purple ground
Heights: 12cm and 14cm

 200-400

111
A GROUP OF FOUR TEACUPS
Circa: 1820s, all unmarked
An Empire style Hicks & Meigh style cup with a high set ring handle and a figural scene to the centre; a bute cup with gold bands and classical sepia style decoration; two London shaped cups, possibly Spode imari, and possibly Derby with a painted central scene
Height: 6cm and smaller

 50-100

112
TWO SAUCERS AND A PLATE WITH LANDSCAPE VIEWS: PINXTON, IN THE MANNER OF BLOOR DERBY, OTHER
1800-1830s
A Pinxton blue and gilt bordered saucer with a finely painted view of two figures by a river and cliff; a blue and lemon bordered plate with a view of a ruined abbey, pattern 2/1387; and a chinoiserie relief moulded saucer with pale blue reserves and gilt seaweed borders, with a view of a ruin
Diameter: 23cm and Smaller (plate)

 80-120

113
THREE LANDSCAPE VIEW WARES: A RARE WILSON DESSERT DISH, A RARE SIR JAMES DUKE & NEPHEW COMPORT, AND AN UNMARKED STAND
Circa: 1800-1860s
A shell-shaped dish with a finely moulded dolphin and vase border enclosing a view of a ruin, rare impressed Wilson mark; a moulded and pierced Sir James Duke & Nephew comport with a view of a river cottage, impressed hand mark and pattern 4 over 3170 M; an unmarked lozenge shaped stand

 100-200

114
TWO IMARI COFFEE CANS: NEW HALL AND WORCESTER
Circa: 1810-20
A New Hall can with a tiger, an exotic pavilion and trailing floral motifs, having an oval ring handle of typical form; and a Worcester 'Dragons in Compartments' can with mihrab reserves in a bright iron red, apple green blue, yellow and pink palette with gilt enrichments, hairline, unmarked
Heights: 6.5cm and 6cm

 100-200

115
A MINTON NAME VIEW NAUTICAL PLATE, AND A GREEN GROUND DISH WITH SÈVRES STYLE MARITIME SCENES IN THE MINTON MANNER
1884 Minton, and 1850s, Sèvres style plate
The Minton brown bordered plate enclosing a scene, 'Cape Raoul Australia 1876', with impressed marks; a gilt enriched dessert dish with a sailing ship roundel, and two reserves with harbourside scenes after Jean-Louis Morin
Height: 4cm Diameter: 24cm

 100-200

116
A DERBY FIGURAL GROUP OF FOUR CUPIDS
Circa: 1800
Cupids with their trophy attributes accompanied by two small dogs, encircling a green and encrusted green tree and upon a naturalistic base; with red crown and crossed batons mark and triangular tally mark underside; losses and overpainting
Height: 19.5cm

 150-300

117
THREE FIGURES: A PARIS PORCELAIN LADY, A SOLDIER, AND A FIGURE OF 'JOHN LINDON AS VAN DUNDER', IN THE MANNER OF BLOOR DERBY
Circa: 1830 - early 20th century, Bourdois & Achille Bloch arrow to lady
A polychrome figure of an 18th century lady, mark underside; an unmarked solider; a ceramic polychrome figure of John Lindon in character from a John Poole comedy, with script, 'Read it Indeed, that's very easily said, read it!!'
Height: 18cm and smaller

 300-500

118
A PAIR OF WHITE WARE SLIP MOULDED PUTTI, AFTER DERBY, AND A PAIR OF WHITE WARE PUTTI WITH DOLPHINS
Late 19th to early 20th century
A pair of putti carrying baskets supported by small bocages and raised on Rococo bases, faint red stamp to foot; a pair of reclining putti cradled by dolphins, impressed mark, apparently 'Fvlham' with monogram underside
Height: 12.5cm and 9cm

 200-400

119
A WHITE PORCELAIN MADONNA AND CHILD FIGURE, IN THE FRENCH STYLE
Circa: 1900
The hollow ware figure thickly potted and having a silky unctuous glaze, raised on a waisted base, very faint incised marks to the inside of base
Height: 16cm

 100-200

120
FOUR PARIS PORCELAIN WARES: TWO PLATES, A JUG AND A SUCRIER
Later 19th century
Each painted with Italian scenes within simple gold bands, the covered sucrier of pail shape with faux ring handles and a domed lid, the pedestal jug with a high set handle and bright gilding to the pouring spout; all unmarked
Diameter: 22cm and smaller (plate) Height: 16.5cm (jug)

 200-400

121
A SOFT PASTE FIGURAL GROUP, PIERROT AND COMPANION
18th century, with incised 'W', possible painted marks
A Pierrot figure with a frilled collar and jaunty yellow hat and a female companion, both dressed in pantaloons, with tree trunk supports on a moulded grapevine base with scrolled feet; marks underside
Height: 15.5cm Width: 11cm Depth: 8.5cm

 200-300

122
THREE CHINOISERIE SAUCERS AND A TEABOWL: NEW HALL, CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER, LIVERPOOL, ONE JAPANESE IMARI SAUCER
18th century to early 19th century, all items unmarked
A New Hall 'Tobacco Leaf' saucer, pattern 272; a Chamberlain Worcester 'Crazy Cow pattern saucer; a Liverpool Richard Chaffers 'Cannonball' pattern saucer, possibly a Liverpool teabowl, and; an unmarked saucer probably Japanese
Height: 5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 14cm (saucer) and smaller

 50-100

123
THREE BLACK PRINTED TEA BOWLS, WORCESTER AND OTHER
Circa: 1770s, unmarked
A Worcester tea bowl with a scene from Robert Hancock's 'L'Amour', with a romantic couple and a lawn roller to the reverse; a bowl with two identical roundels of sailing ships within black borders, a patterned border to the interior rim and sprig to the centre; and a slightly flaring bowl with a romantic couple, and a hunter with a musket to the reverse

 200-300

124
A NEOCLASSICAL DERBY SHAPE PEDESTAL DESSERT TUREEN AND STAND
Circa: 1805
A navette shaped tureen with exaggerated high set pointed handles, decorated with floral patterned canary yellow border and pink and blue fleur-de-lis style sprigs to the body, the stand conforming; with Christie's East label underside and painted numeral over an 'A'
Height: 15cm Length: 24cm Width: 15cm

 100-200

125
A FRENCH FAIENCE WALL POCKET VASE
19th century, possibly a faithful Samson of Paris copy of an 18th century La Veuve Perrin of Marseille model
A pocket with integral frog of tulip shape with a scalloped rim, decorated in a magenta, blue and brown palette with touches of green with two rustics in a landscape; with VP monogram underside
Height: 15cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 9cm

 100-200

126
A NEW HALL CUP AND SAUCER IN THE CHINESE MANNER
Circa: 1800, pattern 105
Decorated to the cup exterior and saucer with a scene of a Chinese family waving, with cloud shaped reserved borders to the saucer and cup interior, with scale and stylised motifs in mandarin palette, cup marked with red numerals
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

127
A COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER IN 'DOLLAR' PATTERN, PROBABLY SPODE
Circa: 1800, unmarked
The straight-sided can with a loop handle with kink and a matching saucer, vibrantly decorated in the imari palette with cross hatched and cloud borders enclosing shaped and gilt enriched reserves with stylised flora and apple green entwining motifs
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-150

128
FOUR FINE COFFEE CANS AND MUGS: SÈVRES, MINTON, OTHER
Circa: 1779 to early 19th century
A fine pink enamel jewelled Sèvres goblet with portraits of the Duke de Conti and his two mistresses; a Minton 'Chinese sports' can pattern, pattern 539; a can with a handle and inner spur, featuring a panoramic border of a traveller and a fisherman on an apricot ground; and a larger can with hand decorated floral bouquets to both sides, unmarked
Height: 7.5cm and smaller

 100-200

129
A PORCELAIN AMPHORA VASE AND A TRAY WITH ETRUSCAN DECORATION
19th century
The vase decorated in a red terracotta and ochre palette with striking black enrichments, decorated with a scene of Daniel with a lion skin, a trophy to the reverse, with patterned borders and striped handles; a shaped lozenge tray with a trio of antique figures in profile upon a pale lemon ground; incised letter or trident underside to tray
Length: 36cm Width: 31cm (platter) Height: 17cm (vase)

 120-180

130
AN ENGLISH FACTORY CHINESE BOWL WITH STRAINER, A NANTGARW PENHOLDER AND SAUCER, AND A DERBY CROWN SHAPED PEN HOLDER
18th century to around 1800
A small bowl with famille rose decoration of a girl in a garden, with a loose fitting pierced strainer lid, marked '140' in red beneath a cross mark; a Nantgarw pen holder/inkwell and saucer with a dentil border and bright posies, faded red script mark underside to saucer; a novelty moulded and enamel 'jewelled' pen holder

 150-300

131
A BRISTOL SLOP BOWL AND ONE OTHER, AND A WEDGWOOD DISH
Circa: 1775 to early 19th century
The Bristol slop bowl decorated with a variant of Horace Walpole pattern with monochrome green floral garlands, with painted letter 8 and an X; a moulded pedestal bowl with applied lavender blue grapes and leaves alternating with sprigs, unmarked; and a Wedgwood transferware dessert dish with floral specimens, partial red mark underside

 50-100

132
A GROUP OF SEVENTEEN 'REFERENCE' PORCELAIN WARES
18th century and after, all items as found
Comprising cups, cans and teabowls by Pinxton, Worcester, Chamberlain Worcester, a Worcester small moulded jug, a teapot probably Welsh factory; four similar saucers; a Minton 'Chinese Sports' saucer pattern 539; a saucer with painted Swansea mark and label of SH Williams Collection number 166, a floral mug, and an imari teapot stand

 200-300

133
A CHELSEA SMALL SHELL MOULDED BOWL WITH A LION'S HEAD MOUNT
1756-69
The pedestal scallop shell with a lion's head in relief to an extended lip, decorated to the body with a fancy bird in a landscape, the interior with a posy and sprigs; gold anchor mark underside; as found
Height: 6.5cm Length: 11.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 50-80

134
A WEDGWOOD TILE AND FOUR PLATES: TWO BY DERBY, INCLUDING 'MRS FITZHERBERT' PATTERN, WEDGWOOD AND CLEWS
Late 18th century and after, items with wear and staining
A 1770s cut monochrome Wedgwood tile after a pattern by Jeffryes Hamett O'Neale; a Billingsley decorated Derby plate, Mrs Fitzherbert pattern 107; a Derby shell shaped monochrome purple dessert dish; an 1820s Clews creamware moulded plate; a purple Wedgwood landscape plate; marks to all

 200-400

135
A PAIR OF ENGLISH FACTORY MOULDED FLORAL DESSERT PLATES
Circa: 1820
Both with moulded borders with pairs of birds and trailing grapevines between gilded bands and angoulème borders, and centred with a vibrant floral spray of summer flowers; unmarked
Diameter: 21.5cm

 50-100

136
A DERBY CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1815
A London shape cup with a Dresden handle and a deep saucer bowl with lavish formal gilding with bold leafy forms and fantastic creatures upon an apricot ground; brown backstamp underside
Height: 5.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

137
A DERBY ORIENTAL STYLE MOULDED BOWL
Circa: 1795
The scallop edged Imari bowl with a radiating design to the body, decorated with oak leaves and acorns in underglaze blue, overpainted in green iron red enamel and gilt; faux Chinese character marks underside; illustrated in John Twitchett's 'Derby Porcelain 1748-1848', 2002, page 222; small flaws
Height: 4cm Diameter: 22cm

 50-100

138
A WORCESTER FLORAL DECORATED PLATE
Circa: 1785, unmarked, plate has a notable green translucency
A lobed gilt-edged plate polychrome decorated with a posy and various sprigs
Diameter: 22cm

 50-100

139
FOUR VARIED WEDGWOOD WARES AND A ROYAL WORCESTER CREAMER
Early 19th to 20th century
A Chinese family coffee can and saucer, number 5 and printed red mark; a small floral gilt bordered pin dish Z 3855; a 1910-20s lustre bowl with dragon motifs on a mottled blue ground and a central phoenix, designed by Daisy Makeig Jones, pattern Z 4829; and a 250th Royal Worcester anniversary Wigornia cream boat issued in 2000; backstamps to all

 150-300

140
A SWANSEA JAPAN PATTERN CAUDLE CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1800, set pattern 219
With a dark blue ground embellished with gilt scrolls and chrysanthemum heads, with three floral reserves upon an apricot ground to the border and centred with a gilt leaf bordered roundel of a cactus style flower; painted red crossed trident marks underside to both
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-80

141
FOUR BLUE AND WHITE WARES: TWO OCTAGONAL ' FAN PATTERN' PLATES, A TART PAN AND A SMALL DISH WITH ORIENTAL DESIGNS
Circa: 1750-1770, Bow and Worcester both manufactured 'fan' plates
Oriental garden landscape plates, bordered with fans and floral medallions, a Bow style 'oriental' mark to larger plate, a Worcester style feathered mark to other; a Worcester Mansfield bordered tart pan, swastika painter's mark (refer similar in Fitzwilliam Collection); a small dish, impressed fan mark

 100-200

142
A PORCELAIN SARDINE BOX AND A CERAMIC DISH WITH FISH MOTIFS
Circa: mid 20th century
A finely ribbed box and lid with radiating rib motifs, the handle in the form of a sardine, marked 232 and 27; and an unmarked circular dish or stand with transferware and hand decorated painted carp to the straight sides
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 19.5cm

 50-100

143
TWO MARITIME THEMED PLATES: DERBY AND OTHER
Late 18th century, pattern 189; an unmarked plate, 20th century
A flute bordered plate with simple gold and blue bands centred with a sailing ship and three sailors in a wooden boat, puce mark underside; and a larger plate with a moulded border, similarly decorated with ships in choppy waters, unmarked
Diameter: 27.5cm and smaller

 50-100

144
FOUR SAUCERS: TWO SEPIA LANDSCAPES, TWO NAMED VIEWS
Circa: 1805-10, unmarked
Two sepia view saucers with gilded borders; a bordered scene of 'Formosa Berks' with four gilt sprigs to the cavetto; and a scene of 'Fawley Court, Oxfordshire' in the manner of Pinxton; both with descriptions underside
Diameter: 14cm and smaller

 100-200

145
A FLIGHT WORCESTER YELLOW GROUND PLATE
Circa:1780s-90s
In lemon yellow with a central roundel depicting two colourful pheasants in a landscape, the border with four medallions enclosing butterflies, kiln soot to the gilded rim; impressed Crown mark underside only
Diameter: 21cm

 200-400

146
TWO SEPIA TONED NAMED VIEW DESSERT PLATES: CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER AND CHAMBERLAIN WORCESTER STYLE
Circa: 1795, one plate with gold script Chamberlain Worcester mark
A blue bordered shanked plate with gilded lozenges and vegetal motifs, centred with 'Friars Carse Dumfreyshire'; and an unmarked plate with a floral ribbon border decorated with 'Upper falls of Fiers Scotland'
Diameter: 21.5cm

 200-300

147
THREE PORCELAIN WARES: A SWANSEA PLATE, A ROSE BOWL IN THE MANNER OF NANTGARW AND A DESSERT DISH
Circa: 1815
A Swansea white moulded plate with a gold border, red mark underside; a bowl with a rose border between gilded leafy bands and devices, a trio of roses to the centre, unmarked; and a navette shaped fruit study dish within a blue flower and gilt feathered border, unmarked
Height: 9cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 100-150

148
AN ENGLISH FACTORY FAMILLE ROSE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1790
The fluted bowl and saucer with wavy iron red lines, blue flowers and puce patterned borders, embellished to the saucer and bowl exterior with a 'Compagnie des Indes' floral posy
Height: 5cm (tea bowl) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 100-150

149
TWO NAMED VIEW WEDGWOOD PLATES
Circa: 1810, one with decoration attributed to John Cutts
'Nuneham nr. Oxford', with two tiny figures admiring the view from the foreground of the Palladian villa, (Lewis Carroll wrote 'Alice in Wonderland' here), red mark underside; and a rectangular turquoise bordered plate, 'The Old Hall Hardwick, Derbyshire'; with impressed Wedgwood mark and cyphers
Length: 26.5cm Width: 19.5cm (rectangular plate)

 80-150

150
FOUR CORNFLOWER PATTERNED TEAWARES: TWO COFFEE CANS: PARIS PORCELAIN, AND ENGLISH FACTORY, AND A DERBY CUP AND TRAY
Circa: 1800-1810
The Paris style cup with a looping handle with an internal spur, a partial red mark underside; an unmarked can with a gilt and cornflower border and rosebuds sprigs, with a Coalport or New Hall style loop handle; a Derby bucket with a French handle, and a small lobed tray, painted marks in red and puce

 50-100

151
A FLIGHT WORCESTER TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1783-1790
A shanked bowl and saucer with blue and gold diamond chain borders, sprigs and star forms to the centre; blue open crescent and Flight in script underside
Height: 5.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-150

152
A NAMED VIEW DERBY COFFEE CAN, AND A ENGLISH FACTORY CAN
Circa: 1815, one item unmarked
The Derby can with a Dresden handle, decorated with a finely painted view, 'Near Michelover Derbyshire' to a roundel, surrounded by lavish formal gilding, red painted mark underside; and a can with a looped handle with a gentle kink, decorated to a roundel with a man possibly beside a ducking stool, unmarked
Height: 6cm

 50-100

153
A SCENIC SAUCER, A NEW HALL SAUCER, A CRESCENT & SONS PLATE
Circa: 1820, (New Hall); Crescent & Sons (George Jones), 1924-51
A Royal blue bordered saucer with gilt paste trophies and scrolls, centred with a river scene; a New Hall transferware saucer with a Classical mother and child design, fruit roundels to the border; and a moulded 'Grouse' painted plate with gilt decoration upon a dark blue border; New Hall saucer with V mark and crescent mark to plate

 200-400

154
A GROUP OF FOUR VICTORIAN PLATES
19th century
A scalloped plate with a fruit study upon a duck egg blue ground; a commemorative plate, 'For Valour' with a Maltese cross and English military campaign roundels to the border, indistinct impressed mark underside; an earthenware transferware rabbit decorated plate surrounded by a floral border, and an 1890 fluted plate with gilded decoration

 50-80

155
EIGHT RARE PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS BY W.D JOHN, W.D JOHN & COOMBES, W.D JOHN & SIMCOX
Including four first editions and two signed by W.D John: 'Nantgarw' (signed), 'Old English Lustre' (signed), 'Swansea', 'William Billingsley'; collaborative editions include: 'Old English Lustre Pottery', 'Pontypool & Usk Japanned Wares', 'English Decorated Trays', 'Nantgarw Porcelain Album'

 100-200

156
NINE PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS
Including: three Phillips' volumes, 'The Watney Collection'; Jones & Joseph's 'Swansea Porcelain'; Holgate's 'New Hall'; Bradshaw's '18th century English Porcelain Figures'; Twitchett's 'Derby Porcelain'; Gent's 'Patterns & Shapes of the Pinxton China Factory'; Stoner's '...Porcelain Figures'

 100-200

157
ELEVEN PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS
Including: Godden's 'Chamberlain Worcester', 'Pottery & Porcelain Marks', 'Coalport & Coalbrookdale', 'Minton Pottery', 'Mason's'; 'Lowestoft'; Twitchett's 'Derby Porcelain'; Barrett & Thorpe's 'Derby'; Barrett's 'Worcester', 'Lund's Bristol'; Smith's 'Liverpool Herculaneum'

 100-200

158
EIGHT WORCESTER PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS
Including: Spero & Sandon's 'Worcester Porcelain: The Zorensky Collection'; three Bonhams volumes, 'The Zorensky Collection'; other seminal and collaborative texts by Sandon; Marshall's 'Coloured Worcester Porcelain'

 100-200

159
FIFTEEN PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS
Including: Berthoud's, 'A Compendium of British Cups', J&M Cushion's 'A Collector's History of British Porcelain'; Sandon's 'Worcester'; Rice's 'Derby Porcelain'; Adams & Redstone's 'Bow'; Davis and Rankine's 'Wemyss Ware'; Smith's 'Liverpool Herculaneum'; and other general texts

 100-200

160
THIRTEEN PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS, INCLUDES CATALOGUE
Including: Coke's 'In Search of James Giles'; Pinxton Porcelain Society text, 'Billingsley Mansfield'; Smith's 'Lowestoft Porcelain'; Stoner's 'Chelsea, Bow & Derby Porcelain Figures'; Tapps's 'Jeffryes Hamett O'Neale'; Watney's 'Longton Hall Porcelain'; two rare books by Severne McKenna; others

 100-200

161
TWENTY-TWO PORCELAIN REFERENCE BOOKS AND CATALOGUES
Including various vintage texts and specialist books on Welsh and Pinxton porcelain; Frelinghuysen's 'American Porcelain'; Pugh & Pugh's 'Naval Ceramics'; Edward's 'Neale Pottery & Porcelain'; catalogue of 'Herbert Allen Collection' (V&A Museum); Gardner's 'Billingsley, Brampton & Beyond', others

 100-200

162
THREE LANDSCAPE TEA WARES: A COFFEE CAN, A CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: Early 19th century, saucer with puce pattern number 1312
A grey white porcelain cup with a gilt framed landscape roundel with two figures approaching a cottage, with gilded bands, unmarked; and a tapering tea cup with loop handle decorated with two scenes to the cup and a central scene to the saucer, with formal gilded borders and devices, puce painted numerals to saucer
Diameter: 14cm (saucer) Height: 7cm and Smaller (cups)

 150-300

163
A PAIR OF FRAMED ANTIQUE FRENCH CHINOISERIE WALLPAPER PANELS
Early 19th century
Repeat pattern screenprinted panels on paper in opaque colours each in a subdued imari palette depicting figures engaged in narratives in garden and pavilion settings, probably Chinese made for the European market
Height: 172cm Width: 48cm

 300-500

164
TWO SMALL WEST ARNHEM LAND BARK PAINTINGS
'X-ray' paintings in natural pigments, one depicting three emus, the other described verso as 'The Duck, Fish, Goanna' and marked Garramudge
Height: 21cm Length: 52cm and smaller

 50-80

165
A LARGE LATE VICTORIAN HINKS & SONS BRASS BANQUET LAMP
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for Hinks & Son to collar
The duplex lamp with Art Nouveau cast stiff leaf designs to the font above a tall tapering ribbed column to a stepped base, with the original working parts, chimney and a moulded and etched ombré ruby glass tulip shade
Height: 97cm

 300-500

166
A TREEN VIAL HOLDER AND A HALCYON DAYS FLORAL ENAMEL SEAL
Early 20th century, and 1989
An S. Maw Son & Sons medical screw top boxwood canister containing a glass drops vial, maker's stamp to lid; and a 1989 porcelain bouquet with a silver collar, stamped, and with decorator's mark PS. A and HD mark
Height: 5cm (vial)

 30-50

167
A GEORGIAN PAPIER MÂCHÉ CHINOISERIE SNUFF BOX, A FRENCH ATOMISER AND A BOOK MARK
Early 19th century to 20th century
A hinged box with oriental figures in gold and red colours to the low domed lid; a striped mother-of-pearl cylindrical purse atomiser stamped S A; a mottled green cellulose bookmark with a tiny gilt metal cicada and vegetal motif
Length: 11.5cm (letter opener)

 160-240

168
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HAND MIRROR
Circa: 1920s
A circular bevelled glass set within a pierced fan shaped hammered surround and a similar swollen handle, a tight scrolling tendril motif to the terminal, and applied marguerites to the crest and throat
Length: 29.5cm

 100-150

169
GUERBE, RAYMONDE (1894-1995)
'Automne', a rare Art Deco terracotta figure of a bacchanalian nude on a plinth; incised signature of R. Guerbe to base
Height: 31cm

 800-1200

170
TWO FRENCH COPPER WARES: A POT WITH COVER AND AN ANTIQUE POT
A straight-sided pot with twin brass handles and an antique waisted pot with dovetail joins and a swing handle
Height: 10cm Diameter: 21cm and other

 50-80

171
A GERMAN JUGENDSTIL LEATHER EMBOSSED HAND MIRROR
Circa: 1900
In chocolate brown leather with gilded highlights, depicting a semi clad female figure with flowing hair and script depicting the legend of Lorelai, with a trailing vine border, the handle and mercury glass surround enclosed with leather lacing
Length: 26cm

 150-250

172
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY TEA CHEST
Early 19th century
The rectangular chest with boxwood edging having a simple mother-of-pearl lozenge escutcheon, the interior with two lidded tea caddies with remnant zinc lining and centred with a cut glass mixing bowl
Height: 15cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14.5cm

 60-80

173
A PERSIAN FORGED AND ENGRAVED STEEL EWER AND CHARGER
A traditional 16th century style ewer of garlic shape and a charger both profusely engraved and blackened with floral, knot and scale patterns and decorative borders
Height: 48cm (ewer) Diameter: 40cm (platter)

 100-150

174
A COLLECTION OF INDIAN MUGHAL STYLE ARMOUR
Comprising a circular shield (dhal), helmet, bow, forearm guard, and an axe, all profusely decorated in the Persian damascene manner with intricate floral patterns and borders in white metal upon blackened steel
Diameter: 44cm (shield)

 50-80

175
A VINTAGE TAXIDERMIC HAWKSBILL TURTLE (ERETMOCHELYS IMBRICATA)
A complete specimen; from a deceased estate
Height: 27cm Length: 96cm Width: 60cm

 200-400

176
AN EDWARDIAN CROCODILE SKIN TRAVELLING VANITY CASE WITH ACCESSORIES
1909, the vanity case of Enid Engelbrecht
The case with olive watermark silk taffeta lining containing a range of accessories including six silver topped jars and bottles, ivory glove stretchers and a manicure set, a leather-bound mirror, notebook and inkwell; silver tops hallmarked for Birmingham 1909; case and compendium with name plaques
Height: 17cm Width: 45cm Depth: 36cm

 600-800

177
A SIGNIFICANT COLLECTION OF MECCANO MODEL CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM SETS AND PARTS
Comprising boxed sets, large Meccano toolboxes, electronics, a vintage donkey engine, large quantities of parts in containers: cogs, wheels, plates, connectors, girders, tools and so forth and in fine condition
Various shapes and sizes

 200-400

178
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mid 19th century
The figure of a writer upon a rocky support with a pierced bocage and enclosing the enamel dial with Roman numerals, a white marble plinth below encased in a pierced Neoclassical base with acanthus scroll feet, central crest and dog's head mask, with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 14cm

 400-600

179
A FRENCH FIGURAL GLOBE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century
Depicting 'Jour et Nuit' with two bronzed spelter female figures in draping attire holding aloft a black globe dotted with stars and having Roman numerals and pierced gilt hands, raised on a rectangular mottled orange marble base with lavishly cast foliate and pierced gilded feet
Height: 77cm Width: 37cm Depth: 21cm

 1000-1500

180
A PAIR OF GILT SPELTER FIGURAL VASES ON SPINACH MARBLE BASES
Later 19th century
A rustic youth and maiden in 18th century attire, he with an axe and holding a lantern beside a tree trunk vase, and she reclining upon a leaf adorned wicker basket vase, both raised on rectangular marble bases
Height: 22cm Width: 20.5cm Depth: 10cm and smaller

 300-500

181
AN ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: early 19th century, key and pendulum
The clock with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a rectangular plinth dressed with applied pierced trophies and spandrels, surmounted by a lyre and laurel wreath and flanked by an elegantly posed Grecian woman reading a book, raised on a rectangular base with relief trophy decorations and toupie feet
Height: 34cm Width: 22cm Depth: 9.5cm

 700-900

182
AN ART DECO BRONZE DESK LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
With an arching arm supporting a floral mount with an adjustable joint holding a moulded frosted shade with stylised rose motifs, raised upon a mirrored 'C' scroll base
Height: 30cm Width: 31cm

 300-400

183
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOXER
Early 20th century
The boxer in trunks and boots in a sparring position, in deep bronze colours and signed in relief to the square base, possibly Rapin
Height: 25.5cm

 120-160

184
A FINE THREE PIECE ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti et Cie; with key and pendulum
Finely cast and chased, having a drum head with an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings, an urn finial, 'epaulettes' to the shoulders with relief and chased decoration, upon a waisted plinth and an extended base with leaf embellishments, cabochons and a mascaron; the side candlesticks conforming
Height: 41cm Width: 33cm Depth: 16cm (clock)

 1200-1800

185
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1840s, with maker's mark for Constantin Detouche,
An enamel dial with roman numerals and minute markings set within a rustic drum head surmounted by a female figure emblematic of the harvest, playing a tambourine, raised on a waisted plinth with scrolling vegetal motifs and a shell enclosed mascaron above acanthus scroll feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 25cm Depth: 10cm

 600-800

186
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The figure of a leaping stag in a bronze and copper lustre finish beside a frosted beehive shaped globular shade in light honey colours with concentric gold bands, raised upon a two tone grey marble layered base
Height: 17cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 8cm

 140-180

187
A TRIO OF MULTI-BRANCHED BRONZE AND CRYSTAL DROP WALL SCONCES
Early to mid 20th century
A pair and a larger matching item with fleur-de-lys and fan shaped supports issuing curved arms with floral mounts and pear-shaped drops, each with floral nozzles for pairs of electric candles
Length: 40cm Width: 24cm and smaller

 90-120

188
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A HUNTING HOUND BY CLOVIS EDMUND MASSON (1838-1913)
Naturalistically modelled as a spaniel following a scent, in golden bronze colours upon a darker rustic base, incised signature of C. Masson to base with incised mark of Salon des Beaux Arts
Height: 21.5cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13cm

 200-300

189
A GERMAN WALNUT EIGHT DAY BRACKET CLOCK
Circa: 1900, mark of Lenzkirch number 434387
With an architectural case with a pagoda top and a glazed door enclosing brass arched dial with a silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals and blue steel hands, with applied pierced motifs and spandrels, brass masks to the chamfered edges and other trims; striking on a gong, with two keys
Height: 39cm Width: 30cm Depth: 18cm

 100-200

190
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with mark of L.P Japy et Cie, 1878; key and pendulum
Finely cast with a reclining pelt draped cupid with bow and arrow, a side drum head enclosing an enamel dial marked Bruet, St Denis and draped with dead game, the waisted oval base embellished with floral emblems, pierced vegetal forms, and a central cast trophy with attributes of the hunt
Height: 37cm Width: 47cm Depth: 18cm

 1200-1600

191
AN ART NOUVEAU SPELTER FIGURE BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Late 19th century
The allegorical figure of a Classical maiden in flowing attire cradling a scroll in her left arm and holding a garland of laurel leaves in her outstretched right hand; impressed mark of Aug. Moreau to base and relief mark, 'France'
Height: 62.5cm

 150-250

192
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A BOWLER
Circa: 1900
In light golden bronze tones, the figure of a young man in long trousers, rolled up shirt sleeves and a cap, in the throes of delivering an over arm bowl, upon a square base; unmarked
Height: 27cm

 120-160

193
A FRENCH BRONZE FIGURE OF A BACCHANALIAN PUTTO
19th century
A reposing putto in polished golden brown tones draped in a darker toned fur wrap, a garland of fruiting vine leaves about his head and holding a goblet, upon a rustic ground upon an oval veined black marble base; unmarked
Height: 22cm Width: 22cm Depth: 13cm

 350-450

194
A LOUIS XVI STYLE WHITE MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE BRACKET CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Samuel Marti
A plinth style pagoda topped clock with a painted enamel dial, Arabic numerals and pierced hands, surmounted by a cast trophy, neoclassical trims and pendants to the body and raised on leafy cupped feet; with pendulum only
Height: 31.5cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 10.5cm

 400-800

195
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CONTINENTAL SPELTER BOY AND GIRL FIGURES
19th century
The rustic duo cold painted in modulating olive tones, playfully engaged trying on each other's hat and bonnet, raised on cast naturalistic bases upon waisted timber plinths
Height: 36.5cm and smaller

 200-400

196
AN ART DECO SPELTER PANTHER
Circa: 1920s-30s
The green patinated figure of a prowling panther upon a veined cream marble plinth faced with alternate rouge and cream crackle marble
Height: 19cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 350-550

197
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN AND DOG BY L.BRUNS
Circa: 1920s-30s
The deep bronze coloured figure of a reclining woman in a short tunic accompanied by her hound, upon a two tiered contrasting portoro and mottled yellow ochre base, lightly incised signature of L. Bruns to base
Height: 24cm Width: 55cm Depth: 16cm

 350-550

198
A PAIR OF FRENCH FIGURAL CAST IRON ANDIRONS
Late 19th century, with anchor CF foundry marks
The andirons with Classical female sphinx style busts both wearing laurel crowns
Height: 19.5cm Width: 36cm

 80-100

199
HAMMOND, STANLEY JAMES (1913-2000)
Standing female figure
Sculpture in bronze with incised mark, Hammond, verso, presented on a timber plinth; Stanley Hammond created the John Batman memorial, Collins Street Melbourne and is represented in the National Gallery of Victoria collection
Height: 23cm

 600-800

200
A FRENCH BRONZE EUCALYPTUS LEAF PAPERWEIGHT/PEN REST
Early 20th century, incised maker's mark for possibly L. Noirot
Realistically cast, a crescent shaped tray with three leaves and gumnuts, with cold painted gilt enrichments
Length: 23cm

 100-150

201
A FRENCH BRONZE AND MARBLE ASHTRAY OR VIDE-POCHE
Circa: 1930, with maker's mark for Maurice Frecourt
A petite cast French bulldog upon a green serpentine marble octagonal base, marked Frecourt to the bronze
Height: 5cm Length: 8cm Width: 8cm

 80-100

202
A GERMAN BRONZE MARABOU STORK AND ONYX COIN TRAY
Circa: 1930, marked Germany to bronze base
The Art Deco figure of convex shaped 'vide-poche' mounted with a watching stork standing upon an arching branch
Height: 11cm Width: 13.5cm Depth: 9cm

 80-120

203
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A PETANQUE PLAYER
Circa: 1900
In deep bronze tones, the well patinated figure of a young man in long trousers and rolled-up shirt sleeves posed ready to execute a throw, raised on a square base, incised signature of Ruffony, relief cartouche 'France' to side
Height: 40cm

 140-180

204
A SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF ALSATIAN DOGS BY LOUIS-ALBERT CARVIN (1875-1951)
Two naturalistically modelled dogs, one reclining and one standing, raised upon a two toned stepped portoro and veined yellow ochre marble base, incised signature of L. Carvin lower to base
Height: 49cm Width: 61cm Depth: 23cm

 400-600

205
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A SHOT-PUT THROWER
Circa: 1900
In deep bronze tones, the well patinated figure of a young man in baggy shorts and a singlet positioned to deliver a shot, incised signature of Ruffony to the rough base, with relief cartouche 'France' to side
Height: 43cm

 140-180

206
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1930s
A pair of fleeing antelopes, one mortally wounded by an arrow, in dark and copper lustre colours upon a mottled yellow marble base faced with portoro marble with onyx inserts, signature of Limousin to the reverse at base of vegetation
Height: 38cm Width: 85cm Depth: 15cm

 350-550

207
A FRAMED CHINESE EMBROIDERED SILK PANEL
Republic era, early 20th century
Finely embroidered in a muted palette upon a soft pink ground and depicting phoenix and other auspicious birds perched and flying amidst pendant wisteria and peony branches
Height: 122cm Width: 52cm

 100-200

208
A SMALL CHINESE LACQUERWARE FOUR LEAF SCREEN
Circa: 1970s
Each leaf decorated with female deity figures floating in clouds and accompanied by auspicious birds and deer figures, in coloured shell, with painted and gilt patterns and details throughout
Height: 92cm Width: 124cm

 100-150

209
A CHINESE LACQUERED FOUR LEAF COROMANDEL SCREEN
20th century
Well carved with figures engaged in daily pursuits and narratives in pavilion and garden settings, in a muted olive, teal and red palette upon a gilded ground, with archaistic borders, the reverse with bird and auspicious floral motifs
Height: 183cm Width: 204cm

 400-800

210
A CHINESE LACQUERWARE CHEST
Circa: 1970s
A black hinged box with stepped bracket feet decorated with ladies engaged in narratives and leisure pursuits in garden pavilion settings, in coloured stone in low relief, with painted and gilt patterns and scenes throughout
Height: 45cm Width: 91cm Depth: 43cm

 100-150

211
A SMALL CHINESE WOOL RUG
In a muted teal, blue grey and mushroom mauve palette, with floral borders and sprigs on a cream ground
Length: 175cm Width: 92cm

 20-30

212
A CONTEMPORARY CHINESE FLORAL WOOL RUG
With an allover stylised floral pattern in a muted pink, terracotta and teal palette upon wheaten field
Length: 300cm Width: 185cm

 50-100

213
A KOREAN TIMBER CABINET
Of traditional and rustic style with a pair of slatted timber doors with fielded panels monochrome decorated with birds and aquatic life, a pair of small drawers below and a similar slatted cupboard with a small central door, raised on square legs; note: partly cut out backboard
Height: 173cm Width: 102cm Depth: 46cm

 30-50

214
A CHINESE EXPORT WARE FAMILLE ROSE PUNCH BOWL
Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
In the Qianlong manner, the bowl with decorated with floral bouquets and sprigs in puce, pink, apple and viridian green colours to white moriage enamel shaped reserves and centred with a large floral arrangement, the rims decorated with red and gilt fleur-de-lys borders
Height: 13cm Diameter: 29cm

 150-250

215
A FINE CHINESE EGGSHELL PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE BOWL
People's Republic of China era, 1970
An octagonal bowl continuously enamel decorated to the exterior with figures engaged in traditional narratives in landscape and pavilion settings, the interior centred with a blue dragon within a flurry of coloured butterflies and magnolia blooms; with blue stencilled Jingdezhen Zhi mark underside
Height: 10.5cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 300-500

216
A CHINESE SHOUSAN STONE LAUGHING BUDDHA FIGURE
The laughing Buddha accompanied by five small scrambling children, in pale olive coloured stone and raised on a shaped red stone base
Height: 18cm Width: 12.5cm Depth: 6.5cm

 300-500

217
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE EXPORT MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND SILVER SNUFF BOX
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The rectangular hinged box with canted corners, finely engraved to the lid with figures engaged in a narrative in a pavilion and garden setting, centred with a shield cartouche, the sides with floral motifs
Height: 2cm Length: 6.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 100-200

218
A DELICATE CHINESE GILT AND ENAMEL DRESS OR HAIR ORNAMENT
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A reticulated trembleuse ornament with a pair of gilt and blue enamel dragons with fine wire work feelers chasing a flaming pearl amidst a crescent of swirling clouds
Length: 12.5cm

 100-200

219
A JAPANESE SPELTER FIGURE OF A GEISHA
Early 20th century
The black cold painted figure of a kneeling geisha engaged in a ceremony, original vintage paper label underside
Height: 14.5cm

 30-40

220
TWO CHINESE DEITY FIGURES IN TIMBER AND STONE
A timber figure of a seated elder with a flowing bear cradling a wicker flask in his left hand, and a pale green hardstone figurine of Shou Lao, the god of Longevity with his attributes of a peach and a staff
Heights: 20.5cm and 18cm

 50-100

221
A JAPANESE SILVER TWO HANDLED CUP
Meiji period, 19th century, with jungin mark for pure silver and maker's mark
Finely crafted with an intricately scaled and entwined dragon to the body in relief upon a lightly textured ground, with twin pierced dragon handles, with silver liner vessel, marked underside
Silver weight: 351gr
Height: 9cm

 200-400

222
A QIANLONG FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT
Qing Dynasty, mid 18th century
Of globular form with a large loop handle and domed lid with shaped finial, decorated with reserved identical figural narratives in landscape and pavilion settings, with magenta diaper patterns and border designs; provenance: the Antony James porcelain collection
Height: 13.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-400

223
A CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION TEAPOT
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
Of typical cylindrical form with a recessed lid, and collar loops attached to a wirework handle, profusely decorated with figures and birds in shaped cartouches upon a richly embellished gilt, floral and insect sprigged ground
Height: 14cm

 50-100

224
A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with mark of Hodota below the shimazu family crest
A baluster vase decorated with two figural narrative scenes, one depicting ladies in a garden pavilion, the other with samurai in typical attire, in muted enamels with delicate gilt paste enrichments upon a gilded cobalt ground; black bordered mark underside
Height: 19cm

 300-500

225
A CHINESE SILVER, PARCEL GILT, ENAMEL AND STONE DRESS ORNAMENT
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A pierced floral ornament with a central raised trembleuse section set with an amber coloured stone surrounded by petals and centred with a Buddhist knot
Length: 6cm

 100-200

226
A GROUP OF THREE SILVER AND SILVER ENAMEL CHINESE HAIR ORNAMENTS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
An embossed crescent shaped ornament with floral designs, a small pierced floral ornament, and a blue enamel auspicious fruit or gourd, all upon slender sticks and unmarked
Length: 10.5cm and smaller

 100-200

227
A CHINESE FEATHER FAN WITH ENAMEL AND BEAD ORNAMENTS
Early 20th century
The white feather fan with a bone handle, with two enamel decorated silver butterflies to the throat and coloured beadwork
Length: 36cm Width: 24cm

 100-200

228
A CHINESE SHOUSAN STONE SEAL
In modulating red colours flecked with ochre and depicting a substantial lion upon a square plinth, the base with seal script
Height: 11.5cm

 300-400

229
A PAIR OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN SILVER SALAD SERVERS AND FOUR SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
Later 20th century, unmarked rings, servers marked E.F.P
Large shallow bowl servers with engraved wavy hollow handles together with cushion shaped napkin rings, two with elephant motifs and two with stylised lions in low relief upon a matted ground
Silver weight: 290gr Length: 31cm (servers)

 30-60

230
A GROUP OF FIVE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ BOWLS
Early 20th century
Each continuously decorated with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl in red, blue and green colours upon a turquoise cloud embellished ground, blue enamel to the interior and raised on a small foot rim
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 300-400

231
TWO BLUE AND WHITE CHINESE WARES: A SMALL BOWL AND A CUP
Probably Qing Dynasty
In the Ming manner, the bowl of slightly cauldron shape decorated with herbaceous peony and scrolling stems, with 'heaping and piling', with Xuande mark within concentric rings; and a small fluted cup with figures and scenes in cartouches below a floral and patterned border, unmarked
Height: 5cm Diameter: 7.5cm and smaller

 300-400

232
A BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX
A shaped rectangular box with cover decorated with phoenix and dragon with arabesques and trailing foliage; bearing a bordered apocryphal Ming mark underside
Height: 6.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 280-350

233
A CHINESE CRACKLEWARE DISH AND A POLYCHROME CUP AND SAUCER
Early 20th century
A polychrome crackleware dish with a brown unglazed border decorated with horsemen and foot soldiers engaged in a battle, marked to a cartouche underside; and a simply decorated floral cup and saucer, with a Buddhist knot stamp underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 40cm

 150-200

234
A LARGE CHINESE BRONZE CENSER WITH COVER AND BASE
Of typical waisted cauldron shape with cabriole legs, curvaceous archaistic ruyi fungus handles and a domed, pierced cover with a dog of fo finial, the body cast with phoenix and dragon motifs
Height: 66cm Width: 47cm

 500-800

235
A LARGE JAPANESE EARTHENWARE VASE
Showa period, 20th century
A baluster vase with a fold over leafy rim and applied scroll handles, the body in a matte mottled stoneware glaze, decorated with lappet borders and roundels decorated with pavilion gardens scenes and dragons in muted green, pale blue and mauve moriage enamel; iron red painted marks underside including Dai Nippon mark
Height: 55.5cm

 50-100

236
A CHINESE CARVED FURNITURE PANEL
Qing Dynasty to early 20th century
A shaped square panel with stylised scroll edges and remnant gilt and paint, pierced and carved with four figures engaged in a narrative in a pavilion garden setting with pine trees and weeping willow
Height: 30cm Width: 29cm

 50-80

237
A FRAMED PORCELAIN PLAQUE
A signed plaque enamel decorated and depicting two birds in a willow tree with flowering peony in colours to lower section, with a traditional timber frame
Height: 61.5cm Width: 39cm

 480-700

238
A FINELY CARVED CHINESE TIMBER GILDED PANEL
Pierced and carved in high relief with some twenty eight male figures and six figures on horseback arranged over three tiers engaged in narratives in elaborate pavilion and garden settings
Height: 62.5cm Width: 40cm

 800-1500

239
A FINE EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER FRUIT BOWL WITH ROBERT ADAM STYLE NEOCLASSICAL DECORATION AND A BLUE GLASS LINER
1903 London, with maker's mark for John Bodman Carrington
Of elegant reticulated oval shape and raised on four feet, draped with applied swags of husks and further decorated with paterae and restrained borders, crisply hallmarked underside with retailer's stamp also for Carrington
Silver weight: 1253gr Height: 15cm Length: 30.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 3000-6000

240
A STERLING SILVER GEORGE III ROCOCO TWO-HANDLED CUP AND COVER
1758 London, with maker's mark for Lewis Herne and Francis Butty
Richly embellished throughout with scrolling and floral motifs, with ornate triple scroll handles, a beaded pedestal base and a conforming domed cover with a pear-shaped finial, with the mermaid crest for the O'Byrne family; hallmarked underside and to cover
Silver weight: 1842gr Height: 34cm Width: 29cm

 4000-6000

241
A RARE PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CRYSTAL JUGS
1895 London, with maker's mark for John Grinsell & Sons
With ovoid bodies cut with Rococo designs and raised on a spiral petal foot, with shell and foliate embossed collars and hinged lids of conforming petal form with finials, with elegant loop handles and hallmarked to collar
Height: 25.5cm

 4000-6000

242
A PORTUGUESE FOUR PIECE .833 SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE WITH A MATCHING TRAY
Post 1938 mark, with eagle and .833 standard in octagonal cartouche
Comprising tea and coffee pots, a covered sugar basin and a creamer, of ovoid pedestal form with engraved and applied shell and scroll borders and shaped scrolling handles; with hallmarks underside, figural maker's mark
Silver weight: 4921gr Length: 64cm Width: 38.5cm (tray) Height: 24cm (pot)

 5000-8000

243
A MONUMENTAL ITALIAN STERLING SILVER BASIN
Post 1968 Alessandria, with maker's mark of a crown above an A
Of oval lobed form embellished with shells, leafy forms and bursting fruits, having a textured ribbed collar and a pierced acanthus and anthemion rim, with decorated scroll handles and raised on a conforming base and four feet; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 4520gr Height: 28.5cm Length: 68cm Width: 35cm

 8000-10000

244
A RARE AND FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER EWER IN THE RENAISSANCE REVIVAL MANNER
1843 London, with maker's mark for Richard William Elliott
Profusely embossed with borders of mascarons, demi figures and various animals and vegetal forms upon a textured ground, with a caryatid handle, a mask pouring spout and a gilt washed interior; hallmarked to neck
Silver weight: 1171gr Height: 29cm

 3000-5000

245
A FINE SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL CANDELABRA
1961 and 1966 London with maker's marks for JCL
Each with twin scrolling reeded arms and three sconces with gadroon and stiff leaf borders to the waisted nozzles, dishes, stems and base, components hallmarked
Silver weight: 7948gr and unweighted
Height: 41cm Width: 36cm

 7000-10000

246
A VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO SILVER PLATE AND PARCEL GILT TAZZA
19th century
Richly cast in the Renaissance Revival manner with an allegorical figural scene to a central roundel within radiating flutes and a border of masks and shields, a putti and dolphin stem, the base with four masks and scrolling ribbons; script mark of Elkington underside only
Height: 21cm Diameter: 24cm

 600-1000

247
A FINE PAIR OF VICTORIAN ELKINGTON & CO SILVER PLATE AND PARCEL GILT CANDLESTICKS
1878
In the lavish Renaissance Revival manner with figures to cartouches, ram's head motifs and grotesques; impressed maker's mark, stamp underside, date cypher
Height: 14.5cm

 400-600

248
A STYLISH FRENCH ART DECO SILVER PLATED TEA OR COFFEE SERVICE
Circa: 1920s-30s, with maker's name and Centaur mark for Ercuis
Of ovoid faceted form comprising a tea pot, coffee/hot water pot, covered sugar basin and creamer, with arching facets to the body, square section timber handles and lugs to the basin and geometric finials; marked underside
Height: 17.5cm (coffee pot)

 350-450

249
A ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE PIECE STERLING SILVER CUTLERY SERVICE
1976 London, with maker's mark for Garrard & Co
A complete service for twelve comprising: dinner and entreé knives and forks, large dessert spoons, soup spoons, small dessert spoons and teaspoons, six large serving spoons, two ladles and a smaller serving spoon, Of Old English design with shell, knot and pendant motifs; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 6676gr (steel blades) Length: 25cm (dinner knife)

 2000-4000

250
A MIXED GROUP OF TEN STERLING SILVER TABLEWARE ITEMS
Early 19th century to early 20th century, various dates and makers
All English sterling silver, comprising two sifter spoons, two pairs of sugar tongs, a small ladle, a boxed teaspoon, a pillar pepper pot, and three tiny plain square dishes; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 275gr
Height: 11.5cm (pepper pot)

 150-250

251
A MIXED COLLECTION OF STERLING SILVER: GEORGIAN BERRY SPOONS, COFFEE SPOONS, TWO SMALL PIERCED DISHES, OTHER
1792 and various later dates and makers
A pair of London made bright cut berry spoons of typical embossed form; a cast American jam spoon by S. Kirk & Son; six 1920s Birmingham made coffee bean demitasse spoons; a pair of 1920s Birmingham made lobed pierced dishes
Total weight: 210gr Length: 21.5cm (berry spoon)

 100-200

252
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE
1908 and 1909 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons Ltd
A Neoclassical teapot, sugar basin and creamer of ten-sided compressed form with waisted collars and gadrooned edges, threaded strap handles to the basin and creamer, the teapot with an ebonised handle and finial; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 1462gr
Height: 13cm Width: 28cm

 700-1200

253
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT
1749 London, with maker's mark for John Fray
The oval boat of typically compressed form, decorated in the Rococo manner with shell, scroll and floral forms, with a flying handle and three scrolling feet with decorative mounts; as found
Silver weight: 123gr
Height: 7.5cm Width: 14cm

 200-400

254
A STERLING SILVER BOWL SET WITH A GEORGE III COIN
1894 London, with maker's marks for Samuel Jacob
In the 18th century manner, embossed and chased with Rococo motifs below a gadrooned cushion profile border, set to the base with an 1812 three shilling bank token depicting George III; hallmarked to body
Silver weight: 75gr
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 8.5cm

 50-100

255
A FRENCH .950 SILVER AND CRYSTAL VANITY JAR
Circa: 1920s, with Minerva 1 standard, and maker's mark EP with star above a tower or similar to lozenge
A compressed facet cut and star burst jar with an octagonal lid with a flat top and bevelled edges; hallmarked to collar
Silver weight: 49gr (lid only)
Height: 8cm

 100-150

256
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN AND AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK
18th century; and 1909 Sheffield, with mark for James Dixon & Sons Ltd
A George III bucket-shaped saucepan with a fruitwood shaped handle, with aged patina and apparently unmarked; and an arch shaped toast rack with a central looped handle; hallmarked to base of rack only
Total weight: 246gr Height: 11cm Length: 11.5cm Width: 6.5cm (toast rack)

 200-400

257
A HANAU SILVER TASTEVIN IN THE ANTIQUE STYLE
Late 19th century, with pseudo-marks for Wolf & Knell, Hanau
A wine taster of typical compressed cauldron form with a raised central section set with an aged coin or facsimile depicting St George, embossed and chased to the body in the 18th century manner; French style marks to handle and body
Silver weight: 126gr
Height: 3cm Diameter: 8.5cm

 80-120

258
AN EIGHT PIECE STERLING SILVER CRUET SET WITH BLUE GLASS LINERS
1938 London, with maker's marks for Hardy Bros; spoons by Edward Barnard & Sons, Birmingham, 1938 & 1937
Two footed pepper pots, two salts and a mustard pot of shell and gadroon design with pad feet; and three condiment spoons; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 330gr
Height: 8.5cm (pepper pot)

 100-200

259
A STERLING SILVER SNUFF BOX, A SILVER SERVING SPOON, AND A PLIQUE-À-JOUR DECORATIVE SPOON
1804 Birmingham, maker SI?, other spoon unmarked
A reeded rectangular snuff box, hallmarked to lip; a small bowl-shaped ladle spoon with a scroll decorated handle, unmarked; and a delicately wired work floral spoon with a twist handle and a daisy and leaf finial in turquoise and green colours
Silver weight: 33gr (snuff box) Length: 17cm and smaller

 100-200

260
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING TANKARD & BABY SPOON
1800 London, with maker's mark for probably Samuel Whitford II (tankard); 1941 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Angora Silver Plate Co
A straight-sided tankard with three graduated concentric threaded borders, engraved 'TJ', and; a plain baby spoon with a looped handle, engraved 'Nigel'; both items hallmarked and cased
Silver weight: 166gr Height: 7cm (tankard) Length: 9cm (spoon)

 80-120

261
A FRENCH .950 SILVER TRAY
20th century, bearing a hexagonal stamp with Mercury profile
A plain circular tray with a convex cavetto, decorated with an applied ribbon and floral border; hexagonal mark underside
Silver weight: 306gr
Diameter: 19.5cm

 200-400

262
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SALVER
1909 London, with maker's mark for Harrison Bros & Howson
Of plain form with a pie crust rim and raised on three whorl feet; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 518gr Height: 3cm Diameter: 25cm

 300-500

263
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER AND CRYSTAL BOWL GARNITURE
1794 London, with maker's marks for Wakelin & Garrard
Neoclassical oval stands with lion's heads and ring decorations raised on four long husk decorated legs with rolling wave border stretchers and hoof feet, the fine hand cut bowls with Van Dyke rims and diamond point borders; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 898gr Height: 24.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 18.5cm and smaller

 7000-9000

264
A FINE GEORGE III STERLING SILVER COFFEE SERVICE PLUS TRAY
1796 with maker's marks for Henry Chawner & John Emes (service), and; 1790 with maker's mark for Elizabeth Jones (tray)
A crisp Neoclassical service with a pedestal coffee pot, oil can teapot, trivet, sugar basin and creamer, bright cut with shell borders and laurel wreaths, the pots with timber handles; with a bead edge crested oval tray; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 4058gr L: 61cm W: 38.5cm (tray) Height: 35.5cm (coffee pot)

 10000-15000

265
A FINE STERLING SILVER WILLIAM IV TEAPOT WITH COAT OF ARMS
1837 London, pre-Coronation stamp, with maker's mark for Paul Storr
Of compressed melon shape with a scroll handle and ivory fillets, the hinged lid with a finely cast flower and leaf finial, raised on four scrolling feet with leafy mounts, crisply hallmarked underside, to lid and finial
Total weight: 745gr Height: 15cm Width: 27.5cm

 4500-6500

266
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER ARMORIAL SAUCE BOATS
1806 London, with maker's marks for Alice & George Burrows II
Elegant thread edge pedestal boats with high set looping handles and shell form mounts, raised on oval bases; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 630gr Height: 14.5cm Width: 20cm

 2000-3000

267
A FINE WILLIAM IV STERLING SILVER LOBED ARMORIAL COFFEE POT
1836 London, with maker's mark for Paul Storr, Storr & Mortimer stamp, finial marked for John Samuel Hunt, Storr's business partner and caster
Finely chased with acanthus decoration to the scroll spout and insulated handle, a cast floral finial lid and raised on four scroll feet with leafy mounts, Lambert crest and motto, 'Ut Quocunque Paratus'; hallmarked to all parts
Total weight: 826gr Height: 21.5cm

 4500-6500

268
A FINE .934 DUTCH SILVER NEOCLASSICAL TEA CADDY
1919, with standard of period, and maker's mark AV
The oval boat shaped pedestal tea caddy with reed designs to the rim and stepped and hinged lid, with a pine cone finial and radiating leafy mount; hallmarked underside, to lid, date to foot
Silver weight: 252gr Height: 13cm Width: 11.5cm

 900-1400

269
A GEORGE III IRISH TWO HANDLED STERLING SILVER LOVING CUP
Circa: 1740, Dublin and Hibernia mark, no maker's mark or date mark
A heavy gauge pedestal cup with a reeded girdle, leaf embellished double scroll handles, and an engraved coat of arms; standard and city mark to upper body
Silver weight: 1008gr Height: 19cm

 2500-3500

270
AN EARLY VICTORIAN PIERCED STERLING SILVER SWEETMEAT DISH WITH LINER
1839 London, with maker's mark for Charles Fox II
A cast and chased dish of trailing leaf and branch design, raised on four pierced feet and having a swing handle, with the original blue glass liner; hallmarked to the body
Silver weight: 249gr Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 700-1200

271
A FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CANDELABRUM/EPERGNE
1864 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Cartright & Woodward
Elaborately cast in the Neo-Renaissance manner with a knopped stem issuing three reeded arms with goat's head and pierced floral embellishments, the shaped base with three winged hippocampi; with fine brilliant cut crystal bowls, the smaller bowls interchangeable with urn form candle nozzles; hallmarked to all pieces
Total weight: 3160gr Height: 45cm

 9000-12000

272
NINE FINE MOSER 'LADY HAMILTON' CUT CRYSTAL STEM GLASSES
Introduced 1934
Elegant 'papal' slice cut bells above tapering faceted stems with knops, and comprising wine glasses in two sizes, individually crafted and stencil marked to five items underside
Heights: 14cm, 14.5cm 15.5cm

 240-400

273
THIRTEEN VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS WARES, GLASSES AND A DECANTER
Later 19th century
Comprising six stem glasses with clear stems, six pedestal beaker glasses with clear handles and an ovoid ewer decanter with an optic rib motif, fluted rim and applied clear glass handle and hollow stopper
Heights: 20cm, 13cm and 7.5cm

 100-200

274
A PAIR OF LALIQUE DOVES AND A SIMILAR BELL
Later 20th century
A pair of frosted crystal doves and a clear bell with a similar frosted finial, all with etched mark of Lalique France with registration symbol of modern era
Height: 14cm (bell)

 100-200

275
A SET OF TWELVE VICTORIAN BRISTOL GREEN STEM GLASSES
19th century
Each of plain bell shape with a clear glass stem and domed foot
Height: 12cm

 50-100

276
A LALIQUE 'PINSONS' BOWL
1933, pattern introduced, current model with post 1978 mark; Marcilhac catalogue raisonné number 10-386
Decorated with finches and serrated arching foliage, etched mark of Lalique France with registration mark underside
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 300-600

277
A LALIQUE 'DOMREMY' BLUE TINTED GLASS VASE
1926, year introduced, pattern 979, with pre-1945 R. Lalique signature
A high shouldered ovoid vase moulded with an allover design of thistles, with blue colour to the frosted body; etched mark of R. Lalique and No. 979 to footrim
Height: 21cm

 500-1000

278
AN ETLING OPALESCENT FLORAL BOWL
Circa: 1925, pattern 145
The press moulded bowl decorated with a single dahlia flower with four layers of radiating petals, relief mark of Etling France and pattern number underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 30cm

 100-150

279
TWO ANTIQUE GLASS PORTRAIT VASES: BOHEMIAN AND FRENCH
Later 19th century
A slender Bohemian vase with gilded decoration throughout and a finely executed portrait of a young woman in semi-profile, with a later bronze base; and a French opaline glass vase of pear and sconce shape in pale lemon and grey colours with a painted medallion of a youth and a floral sprig
Heights: 26cm and 18cm

 100-200

280
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL 'ELIZABETH' PEDESTAL VASE
Second half 20th century, pre-1978, engraved Lalique France mark
A frosted goblet with a frieze of eight small plump birds in high relief amidst stylised scrolling branches, with a short waisted stem to the clear glass square base; engraved Lalique France underside
Height: 13.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 100-200

281
A NOVELTY MURANO GLASS CLOWN ASHTRAY
With a cased body, colours and foil inclusions, the hands serving as cigarette rests, with a polished base; clown can stand when not in use; unmarked
Height: 10cm Length: 21.5cm Width: 12cm

 50-80

282
A COBALT BLUE CASED AND CUT GLASS EWER DECANTER
The shaped body with crisscross, lens and fan motifs, with slice cuts to the neck, a clear applied handle and a waisted slice cut stopper, a starburst to the unmarked base
Height: 32cm

 50-100

283
A VINTAGE BLUE GLASS BUBBLE VASE
The tapering aqua blue vase with touches of mauve iridescence, having a textured interior and continuous informal strands of rising controlled bubbles terminating in elongated elliptical forms, raised on a waisted base with a ground pontil
Height: 18.5cm

 50-100

284
AN IRIDESCENT GOLD AURENE GLASS BOWL IN THE MANNER OF STEUBEN
A large bowl with a broad everted rim, with an onion skin and etched trailing leaf design to the border, an optic rib and pulled feather décor, and a ground pontil; unsigned with numerals 16974
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 30cm

 50-100

285
A VICTORIAN FOUR TRUMPET EPERGNE
19th century
A pink lipped opalescent glass epergne with a frilled basin, similar trumpets with trailing clear glass rigaree
Height: 33cm

 100-200

286
A MURANO GLASS PHEASANT
Mid 20th century
The cased glass pheasant in deep green and cranberry colours with a controlled bubble décor to the body and tail, bearing a generic green foil label underside
Height: 23cm Width: 25cm

 50-100

287
A VAL ST LAMBERT MAUVE GLASS POWDER BOX
Circa: 1935, Belgium
A circular box with an intaglio moulded lid with a female portrait; moulded marks
Height: 5cm Diameter: 12cm

 100-150

288
A BACCARAT 'MICHEL-ANGE' CRYSTAL BOX AND COVER
20th century
The heavy cushion shaped box finely engraved with arabesques and other patterns throughout
Height: 6cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 100-200

289
A LARGE RED AND GOLD MURANO VASE
After 2007, Vetruria Murano Design
A tapering ribbed blood red vase upon a small waisted base flushed with gold inclusions emulating Barovier & Toso's 'Cordonato d'Oro' range; with clear plastic Murano Design label to foot and etched mark underside
Height: 7cm

 100-200

290
A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN IRIDESCENT VASES AND A SINGLE LARGE VASE
Circa: 1900
A pair of iridescent mallet vases with trumpet necks with tight coils of applied green snakes in the manner of Kralik, and; a compressed sea green iridescent vase with a waisted long neck and fluted rim, decorated with five pulled feather fingers in maroon and cream colours in the Rindskopf manner
Height: 33cm and 26.5cm

 150-250

291
A VINTAGE CERAMIC VILLEROY & BOCH TRIBAL STYLE VASE
Circa: 1950s, Luxembourg
The vase of ovoid form with a waisted neck, decorated with primitive overlapping geometric forms in a satin matte glaze with chocolate and tan colours upon a duck egg blue ground; incised marks and painted marks to base
Height: 23cm

 280-350

292
TWO ROYAL BAYREUTH PORCELAIN LOBSTER SERVING WARE ITEMS
Post 1902
A jug and a serving bowl, possibly for celery, both moulded in the form of lobsters with bright orange glazes; green backstamps underside of post 1902 era
Height: 5.5cm Length: 33cm Width: 13cm (dish) and other

 50-100

293
A PAIR OF BURLEIGH WARE FISH VASES
1930s, pattern 3142/48
Blue and turquoise lustre glazed vases with flaring rims and bases, decorated with blue and tan fish swimming amidst water reeds; maroon mark of Burleigh ware with Burgess & Lee initials, Burslem
Height: 26.5cm

 150-200

294
AN ART DECO SAINTE-RADEGONDE FOR ATELIER PRIMAVERA VASE
Circa: 1925
Of bold spherical asymmetric design with partial concentric ribs to one section and a smooth plain body to the other, in a fine cool aquamarine satin glaze, with backstamp underside for Primavera France and other faint marks
Height: 22.5cm

 350-450

295
A LARGE COMMEMORATIVE WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPER BOWL
Circa: 1970, in the original presentation box
Commemorating the Australian bi-centenary of the landing of Captain James Cook at Botany Bay, with an applied white relief frieze of arabesque and floral scrolls separated by a portrait bust of Captain Cook, a map of Australia to the reverse below a band of wattle; impressed mark underside
Height: 11cm Diameter: 26cm

 1000-2000

296
FOUR CERAMIC WARES: A VICTORIAN LUSTREWARE GOBLET, A ROYAL CROWN DERBY TEA STRAINER AND SMALL BOWL, AND A SPODE INKWELL
Mid 19th century, 1965/66 (Royal Crown Derby), and after
A copper lustre goblet with a wide enamel leaf frieze, probably Sunderland; a 'Derby Posies' tea strainer and bowl; and an embossed sage green dual inkwell basket with floral and gilt decoration; backstamps to three, goblet unmarked
Height: 12cm (goblet)

 30-50

297
A BESWICK POTTERY JARDINIÈRE
Circa: 1930s, pattern 378/2
A slightly shaped tapering planter with a border of concentric threaded lines and geometric button and angled motifs in low relief to the upper body above beehive ribs, decorated with a matte mottled and drip glaze in soft lemon teal colours modulating to amber, backstamp, impressed marks underside
Height: 18cm Diameter: 22cm

 40-60

298
A WILLIAM MOORCROFT FLAMBÉ 'WISTERIA' VASE
Circa: 1930, restoration to rim
The baluster vase with a waisted neck and a flaring base, decorated with a deep tubelined border of pendant leaves, fruits and flowers in rich autumnal, cobalt and cranberry purple colours upon a modulating cobalt ground; with impressed Moorcroft mark, Made in England and blue facsimile signature underside
Height: 23cm

 600-800

299
A CARLTON WARE 'RABBITS AT DUSK' VASE
Circa: 1938, pattern 4247 attributed to Irene Pemberton, in shape 456 in use until 1941
In mottled orange lustre colours depicting rabbits in silhouette beside sinuous trees, tall cypress to the reverse, an apple green glaze to the interior; with backstamp, pattern number and various other marks underside
Height: 19.5cm

 600-800

300
A PAIR OF A WEDGWOOD CREAMWARE VASES
1886, with three letter symbol, Portland vase marks, one impressed Wedgwood
Bulbous vase with gilded trumpet necks, decorated with stylised flowerheads and foliage in iron red, olive, salmon and gold colours upon a white ground, the lower section in stained ivory colours moulded with caparisoned elephants, European foot soldiers and horsemen; printed and impressed marks
Height: 25.5cm

 1000-2000

301
A DOULTON BURSLEM EARTHENWARE PEDESTAL VASE
Circa: 1890, artist's mark AS for Alice Hall (nee Shelly)
A slender baluster vase with a trumpet neck, with spiral moulding, patterned bands and allover floral filigree to the neck and foot in muted gold, a central band with pomegranates and wildflowers in raised gilt hues upon a cream glazed ground; brown backstamp, impressed marks and painted initials
Height: 33cm

 300-500

302
THREE PORCELAIN ROBIN ORNAMENTS: ROYAL COPENHAGEN, BING & GRONDHAL
Second half 20th century
Two Royal Copenhagen robins, patterns 2238 and 2266, with green backstamps and blue wavy line marks, and a complementary Bing & Grondhal robin, pattern 2310, with green and blue backstamps
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 50-100

303
A MINTON TRIO AND A SMALL BASKET DISH
Circa: 1830, pattern 702 (trio) and pattern 3310 (dish)
An embossed Minton trio decorated with seven different landscape views to shaped cartouches picked out in gilt upon a claret ground, pattern 702 with three painted dots to saucer; and a Rococo claret ground basket dish with a twig form handle and painted shell motifs to the centre, red pattern underside
Heights: 6.5cm and 5cm (cups) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 100-200

304
A ROYAL COPENHAGEN VASE
1969-1974 period
A large baluster vase with a gently waisted neck and sloping collar, decorated with cyclamens and a dragon fly in a typically muted blue and dove grey, sage and dusky pink palette; blue wavy lines, decorator's marks and numerals, backstamp underside, label also
Height: 25.5cm

 50-100

305
A ROYAL COPENHAGEN VASE
1970s
A large ovoid vase decorated with blue and white tulips and two butterflies on a typical blue and dove grey modulating ground; blue wavy lines, decorator's marks and numerals, backstamp underside, label also
Height: 21cm

 50-100

306
A GILDED PORCELAIN EWER WITH A SCENIC MEDALLION
Probably Continental, a waisted pedestal ewer with a high set moulded handle, decorated with a laurel framed painted medallion of a thatched cottage in a landscape, faint letters underside, apparently OHPE
Height: 30.5cm

 100-200

307
A HEREND 'ROTHSCHILD BIRD' PORCELAIN PLAYING CARDS BOX
Mid 20th century, pattern 1525
The moulded and partitioned covered box raised on scrolling feet decorated with two birds on a branch draped with a pearl necklace and sprigged with various insects; blue backstamp underside and various codes
Height: 6.5cm Length: 17cm Width: 13cm

 50-100

308
A ROYAL CROWN DERBY VASE AND A HAMMERSLEY COVERED TAZZA
1982, vase pattern A 1235; and tazza pattern 5087
Gold on white bone china wares comprising a flared Royal Crown Derby 'Golden Aves' vase, pattern A 1235, and a shaped tripod based Golden Tansy tazza, pattern 5087; backstamps and pattern numbers to both
Heights: 17cm and 12cm

 50-100

309
A SPARROW BEAK JUG IN THE MANNER OF CHINESE EXPORT WARE
Later 18th century
The jug of typical form with an applied plain 'C' scroll handle, decorated in brown and orange colours with an Indian flower and bird decoration, with gilt highlights
Height: 9.5cm

 70-100

310
A ROYAL WORCESTER 'BLIND EARL' TAZZA AND TWO DISHES
Later 20th century, now discontinued
A commemorative re-issue of 'The Blind Earl' comprising a scalloped tazza and conforming dishes with crabstock handles and enamel decoration in low relief; gold backstamps underside
Height: 13cm Diameter: 24cm (tazza)

 100-200

311
A DRESDEN PORCELAIN BASKET
20th century
A reticulated basket with rope twist handles, a floral bouquet to the centre and floral decorations and gilt highlighted reserves to the sides; blue Dresden mark underside
Height: 7.5cm Length: 30cm Width: 20.5cm

 50-100

312
TWO CABINET PLATES, BY ROYAL WORCESTER AND COALPORT
1911, Royal Worcester pattern W 8346, and circa: 1945-1960, Coalport
A plate decorated with pears and bramble berries, signed F. Roberts, finely gilded and jewelled to the shaped cobalt border; a white leaf bordered Coalport plate, the deep green border overlaid with gilt 'pixels'; backstamps to both
Diameter: 27cm and 23cm

 60-80

313
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN DANCING FIGURINE
19th century, probably German Sitzendorf style
A Rococo dancing lady in a mauve gown looped with yellow rose garlands in relief, with a feathered headpiece and raised on a moulded scrolling base; rubbed base with apparently re-applied hatch mark
Height: 25cm

 100-200

314
A PAIR OF BISTO (BISHOP & STONIER) PORCELAIN DISHES
Circa: 1930s, bearing Bishop England mark of 1936-39 period, but earlier name
Pattern 7903 having high-sided scalloped borders with gold floral decoration over cobalt, sprigged with coloured blooms to the tray; green backstamps underside
Diameter: 20.5cm

 50-100

315
AN AYNSLEY ' ORCHARD GOLD' BOWL AND A SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER 'FRUIT STUDY' PLATE
Later 20th century, Aynsley, and post 1990, Royal Worcester
Both with gilt gadroons to lobed borders, the Royal Worcester plate, signed B. Cox and decorated with various summer fruits on a suffused green and gold ground; the Aynsley bowl similar; backstamps underside
Diameter: 27.5cm and smaller

 100-200

316
TWO PORCELAIN DUOS: GRAINGER AND COALPORT
Circa: 1825, Grainger; 1835 Coalport, pattern 3/138, Ninth pattern book
A Grainger gadroon edged cup with a high scrolled handle and a fine floral frieze upon a pink and chocolate ground, unmarked, illustrated M. Berthoud, 'A Compendium of British Cups', plate 6c, and; a Coalport 'Adelaide' shape cup, with landscape views upon a gilt enriched white and cobalt ground
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 15.5cm (saucer) and smaller

 150-250

317
A FOURTEEN PIECE SPODE BONE CHINA 'RHODODENDRON' COFFEE SERVICE
1962-1971, production period, pattern Y6638
With a coffee pot, creamer, sugar basin and six cups with associated saucers, of scalloped design with gold rims and variously decorated with rhododendron species; green backstamps underside with pattern number
Height: 22cm (coffee pot)

 100-200

318
A GROUP OF FIVE ROYAL CROWN DERBY IMARI WARES
1980s various
Comprising a tazza, two tier cake stand, a platter and a boxed cheese knife all in Old Imari pattern 1128, and a traditional Imari spreader; backstamps and date cyphers to three items
Diameter: 27cm (plate)

 100-200

319
A PAIR OF MINTON BOTANICAL DESSERT SERVICE DISHES
Circa: 1824-28, pattern 865
Both with finely painted floral specimens upon a suffused aubergine ground within wide moulded cobalt borders boldly decorated with gilt and white details; pattern numbers only underside
Height: 4.5cm Length: 25cm Width: 22.5cm

 200-400

320
A REGENCY SHELL SHAPED DESSERT DISH WITH A LANDSCAPE VIEW
Circa: 1815, unmarked, in the Derby manner
The moulded scallop shell dish finely decorated with a central river landscape populated with a cottage, cowherd and cattle, the cavetto with sponged maroon colours surrounded by a leaf and band gilt border
Height: 6cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-200

321
A MAJOLICA GRAPE VINE LEAF PLATE
Late 19th century
In green and ochre glazes, with leaves in relief upon a stippled ground; impressed number 176 and impressed quatrefoil maker's mark or date cypher
Diameter: 21.5cm

 30-50

322
A HEREND 'ROTHSCHILD BIRD' PLATE AND ONE OTHER
Mid 20th century, pattern 1525
The Herend plate with osier and spiral moulding centrally decorated with two birds on a branch with a pearl necklace and sprigged with insects, blue backstamp and impressed marks underside; and a Continental cake plate transfer decorated with birds and oriental peony; painted gold anchor mark
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 100-200

323
A PAIR OF PORCELAIN LILY PAD PLATES
Early 20th century, pattern 4741, faint impressed dots and possibly tally marks
The lily pad shaped plates with embossed decoration and a gilt dentil border, both decorated with exotic birds and floral emblems; painted pattern marks, a trio of impressed dots and other numeric or alphabetical marks
Diameter: 22.5cm

 60-120

324
SIX SPODE BONE CHINA 'RHODODENDRON' BOTANICAL PLATES
1962-1971, production period, pattern Y6638
The scallop edged plates with gilded rims each decorated with various rhododendron species; backstamps and botanical names underside
Diameter: 27cm

 100-200

325
A PAIR OF HARD PASTE PORCELAIN VASES AND A PLATE IN THE MID 18TH CENTURY WORCESTER MANNER PROBABLY BY SAMSON OF PARIS
Circa: 1860s-80s
The small tapering ovoid vases and plate decorated with 'fancy' birds and insects to lavishly gilded reserves upon a blue scale ground; all with underglaze oriental fret marks underside
Height: 11cm (vase) Diameter: 22cm (plate)

 100-200

326
A PAIR OF HEREND RETICULATED POMANDERS
Mid to later 20th century, pattern 6213/C
Moulded spherical pomanders embellished with a lattice of entwined foliage and flowers in colours, both with strawberry finials; post 1948 blue backstamp underside
Height: 10cm Diameter: 9cm

 80-120

327
'THE BIRDS OF DOROTHY DOUGHTY DESSERT PLATES' BY ROYAL WORCESTER
1972 onwards
The complete limited edition set of twelve bone china plates modelled in low relief, one issued per year from 1972, in the original presentation boxes, each with backstamp and descriptions verso
Diameter: 23.5cm

 300-600

328
A SET OF TEN LATE VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MINTONS PLATES
Late 19th century, pattern 5326
Orchard and vine fruit botanical and insect plates finely decorated in enamels and three toned gilt and silver paste in relief upon a cream ground; puce backstamps and impressed mark underside with painted numerals
Diameter: 22.5cm

 100-200

329
A 34 PIECE PART ROYAL STAFFORD 'OLD ENGLISH OAK' DINNER SERVICE AND THREE WHITE AND GOLD HUTSCHENREUTER DINNER PLATES
1931 registration date (Royal Stafford); 1939-1965 stamp (Hutschenreuther)
A white and gold embossed service comprising: five dinner plates, six entrée plates, twelve saucers, six soup coupes, a gravy boat with saucer, two tureens, (one repainted), a platter; three 'Sylvia' plates; backstamps to all
Length: 33cm Width: 27cm (platter)

 200-400

330
DADDO, JANINE (B.1959)
'Case of Dreams'
Mixed media, acrylic and paper cut outs on canvas, signed Janine Daddo lower right, signed, titled and dated 2012 in marker pen verso
Height: 121cm Width: 151cm

 500-800

331
KNIGHT, KENNETH J. (B. 1956)
' A change in the weather, Lorne'
Oil on board, signed Ken Knight lower; title verso
Height: 98cm Width: 200cm

 6000-10000

332
BAIRD, JOHN R. (B. 1954)
'Invitation'
Oil on board; title, artist's name and dated '04 in felt pen verso
Height: 92cm Width: 160cm

 1500-2000

333
ROGERS, JOHN (1928-1997)
'Coastal Spain'
Oil on canvas, signed and dated, Rogers '58 lower right, plaque with artist's name, title and date verso
Height: 58cm Width: 79.5cm

 1000-2000

334
JOHNSON, CHRISTINE (B. 1959)
'Lilies'
Oil on board, title, artist's name, and dated 1998 verso
Height: 82cm Width: 59cm

 1500-2000

335
JOHNSON, CHRISTINE (B. 1959)
'Alice Amos'
Oil on board, title, artist's name and dated 2003; exhibited at 'Dark Wood to White Rose' a survey exhibition of the works of Christine Johnson, Benalla Art Gallery March 21- May 2, 2004
Height: 120cm Width: 120cm

 2000-3000

336
JOHNSON, CHRISTINE (B. 1959)
'Nocturne'
Triptych, oil on board, title and dated 2001 verso; exhibited at 'Dark Wood to White Rose' a survey exhibition of the works of Christine Johnson, Benalla Art Gallery March 21- May 2, 2004
Height: 181cm Width: 240cm

 4000-6000

337
A VINTAGE VAUDEVILLE POSTER, 'TEDDY-TED & PARTNER'
1920s
A lithographic poster depicting a male and female circus duo, signed to image Andri B
Height: 112cm Width: 73cm

 200-300

338
VAN DER MEER, CATHERINE (WORKING 2000s)
Dracaena flowers
Acrylic on canvas, initialled and dated C.D.V.M '04 lower right, with name and date in pencil verso
Height: 152cm Width: 122cm

 2000-3000

339
VAN DER MEER, CATHERINE (WORKING 2000s)
Cathedral facade
Acrylic on canvas, initialled and dated C.D.V.M '04 lower left; name and date verso; with brochures from Eastgate Gallery, 2006 and 2008
Height: 140cm Width: 122cm

 1000-2000

340
KNIGHT, KENNETH J. (B. 1956)
'On Heysen's Trail'
Oil on board, signed Ken Knight lower right; exhibited at 'A Love of Landscape', A Retrospective Exhibition at the Gosford Regional Gallery and Arts Centre 2005
Height: 110cm Width: 145cm

 4000-8000

341
SIMON, MARIO (B.1885)
1920
'La Pluie D'Or', a rare hand coloured pochoir illustration (a fine quality screen printing technique), featuring a gown by Paul Poiret; from the French publication, 'Feuillets D'Art', edition Lucien Vogel, numbered 390/1000; with archive matting and framing
Height: 27cm Width: 22.5cm

 200-250

342
HALOUZE, ÉDOUARD (1895-1958)
1920
A rare hand coloured pochoir illustration (a fine quality screen printing technique), featuring men's fashion and tailoring; from the French publication, 'Feuillets D'Art', edition Lucien Vogel, not numbered but from an edition of 1000; with archive matting and framing
Height: 23cm Width: 19cm

 150-200

343
WITTOP, FREDERICK (FREDDY) (1911-2001)
Circa: 1930
'Le Decolleté de Cleopatre', a bold and theatrical original hand painted costume design in gouache and metallic colours signed Freddy Wittop lower right, title upper right; Wittop was a noted designer for the Folies Bergère in Paris; with archive matting and framing
Height: 42cm Width: 30cm

 800-1000

344
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'The Highest Beauty of Beatrice' (Paradise - Canto 8)
Original 1960 Les Heures Claire Edition woodblock illustrating a scene from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy', after Dali's original watercolours for the series; with archive matting and framing
Height: 24cm Width: 18.5cm

 250-300

345
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'The Language of the Bird (Paradise - Canto 19)
Original 1960 Les Heures Claire Edition woodblock illustrating a scene from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy', after Dali's original watercolours for the series; with archive matting and framing
Height: 24cm Width: 18.5cm

 250-300

346
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'The Apparition of Dis' (Inferno - Canto 34)
Original 1960 Les Heures Claire Edition woodblock illustrating a scene from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy', after Dali's original watercolours for the series; with archive matting and framing
Height: 25cm Width: 18cm

 250-300

347
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'Princes of the Blossoming Valley', (Purgatory - Canto 7)
Original 1960 Les Heures Claire Edition woodblock illustrating a scene from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy', after Dali's original watercolours for the series; with archive matting and framing
Height: 24.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 250-300

348
TURNER, JAMES ALFRED (1850-1908)
Carting firewood, towards Ferntree Gully
Oil on canvas, signed J.A Turner lower and dated 1888; housed in a giltwood frame; provenance: sold at Deutscher Menzies in 2004 for $16 800, and again in 2005 for $15 000; sold Fine Arts Auctions in March 2010 for $33 552
Height: 49cm Width: 75cm

 7000-10000

349
DICKERSON, ROBERT HENRY (1924-2015)
'First time round I'
Etching, marked W/P, titled and signed R.Dickerson in pencil below image
Height: 41cm Width: 60.5cm

 350-600

350
HAINES, WILLIAM HENRY (1812-1884)
A 17th century gentleman playing a guitar
Watercolour on paper signed W.H. Haines lower left; Haines exhibited from 1843 to 1884 at the Society of British Artists, the British Institution and the Royal Academy 1848-1881
Height: 17cm Width: 12cm

 400-600

351
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRITISH ANGLING AND FIELD SPORTS PRINTS
'Angling, Pl 4', a hand coloured plate after Samuel Howitt (1756-1822) with verse by Walton, and; 'Cock shooting', a plate from the part edition of 'British Field Sports' 1860-64, compiled by Henry Downes Miles
Height: 26cm Width: 35cm and smaller

 50-100

352
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Blue Mountains'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower left; title, artist's name, and dated 2000 in pencil verso
Height: 16cm Width: 22.5cm

 100-200

353
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
River with poplars
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right
Height: 24cm Width: 29cm

 100-200

354
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Morning light Three Sisters'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right; title, artist's name in pencil verso; additionally dated December 2001 with Dutch inscription
Height: 16cm Width: 27cm

 100-200

355
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
Misty lake
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right
Height: 21.5cm Width: 29cm

 100-200

356
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Valley View Lithgow'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right; title, artist's name and dated 2000 in pencil verso
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 400-600

357
KINNAIRD, HENRY J. (BRITISH SCHOOL, ACTIVE 1880-1920)
'The Thames, Goring'
Watercolour on paper, signed Henry J. Kinnaird lower left and titled lower right
Height: 35.5cm Width: 52cm

 400-600

358
MATSUMOTO, Y (JAPANESE SCHOOL, ACTIVE MID 20TH CENTURY)
River scene in winter
Watercolour on paper, signed Y. Matsumoto lower right
Height: 31.5cm Width: 47.5cm

 100-200

359
LORIA, VINCENZO (ITALIAN SCHOOL 1849-1939)
'Napoli'
Watercolour on paper, signed V. Loria and titled lower right
Height: 39.5cm Width: 75cm

 300-500

360
MERWART, LUDWIG (1922-2006) AUSTRIAN SCHOOL
'VII.O.+VI B+V U'
Aquatint, title in pencil and signed L. Merwart '59 lower right below image
Height: 39.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 200-300

361
BRAUN, THEO (1922-2006) AUSTRIAN/CZECH SCHOOL
'5 Blue + 7 Grey +6 Brown' (in German)
Aquatint in three colours, title in pencil and signed Theo Braun '60 lower right below image
Height: 39.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 200-300

362
BRAUN, THEO (1922-2006) AUSTRIAN/CZECH SCHOOL
'8/Rose + 7 Grey + 7 Blue' (in German)
Aquatint in three colours, title in pencil and signed Theo Braun '60 lower right below image
Height: 39.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 200-300

363
BRAUN, THEO (1922-2006) AUSTRIAN/CZECH SCHOOL
Abstract
Aquatint in three colours, indistinct title in German in pencil and signed Theo Braun '60 lower right below image
Height: 39.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 200-300

364
GRAY, J (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Life model
Pastel on paper signed J? Gray lower right
Height: 63cm Width: 48.5cm

 40-60

365
MID 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Man, with windmill
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 59.5cm Width: 44cm

 200-400

366
WIGLEY, JAMES VANDELEUR (1917-1999)
'St Kilda Boarding House'
Watercolour, pastel, graphite pencil and ink pen on paper, signed and titled James V Wigley lower right
Height: 52cm Width: 74.5cm

 200-300

367
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Three Sisters, Blue Mountains'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower left; title, artist's name and dated 2002 in pencil verso
Height: 34cm Width: 44cm

 300-500

368
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Yarrambat, Victoria'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right; title, artist's name, and dated 2002 in pencil verso
Height: 28cm Width: 57.5cm

 300-500

369
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Mountain Cliff Edge, Blue Mountains Australia'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right; title, artist's name in felt pen verso
Height: 58cm Width: 41.5cm

 500-600

370
RAYMOND, CASIMIR (1875-1955) (FRENCH SCHOOL)
Two scenes of Venice
Chromolithographs, signed Casimir Raymond in pencil below image to both; each with label of L. Haution et Fils verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 49cm

 250-350

371
MCDONAGH, BERNARD (1924-2016) (IRISH SCHOOL)
'Mullaghmore, Co. Sligo'
Watercolour on paper, signed B. McDonagh lower right; title verso; exhibitor Watercolour Society of Ireland, RHA, founder of the Sligo School of Landscape painting in 1968
Height: 24cm Width: 33.5cm

 160-300

372
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BELGIAN FRAMED COPPER BAS RELIEF PLAQUES
Circa: 1870s
The bronzed plaques decorated with rustic scenes illustrating the rewards of the hunt, with male and female figures, horses, dogs and dead game, well displayed in near black frames with gilt slips
Height: 32cm Width: 43cm

 240-450

373
HILLS, ALEXANDER EDGAR (B. 1943)
Artist painting between wild trees
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Alexander E Hills '75 lower centre
Height: 40cm Width: 54cm

 80-150

374
KNIGHT, KENNETH J. (B. 1956)
Cremorne Point & Mosman Bay
Oil on board, signed Ken Knight lower right; exhibited Eastgate Gallery December 4-14, 2002; flyer attached verso
Height: 23.5cm Width: 84cm

 2000-3000

375
WYNN WILLIAMS, T (19TH TO 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Young woman bathing
Watercolour on paper, signed T. Wynn (R possibly) Williams lower right
Height: 20cm Width: 26.5cm

 300-400

376
MACDOUGALL, L (EARLY 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Tranquil river
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated L MacDougall 1902 lower left and housed in the original art nouveau moulded frame
Height: 28.5cm Width: 48.5cm

 100-200

377
20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL, PROBABLY RUSSIAN
Portrait of an old Jewish man
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, K? '32, in Cyrillic
Height: 46.5cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

378
HERBERT, HAROLD BROCKLEBANK (1892-1945)
Gumtree
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Harold B. Herbert 1922 lower right
Height: 28.5cm Width: 26cm

 600-800

379
19TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
'Sunset, near Ventnor Isle of Wight'
Watercolour with white heightening on brown paper, signed, possibly later or over original in pencil, Peel 1877; handwritten title to paper verso
Height: 30.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 200-300

380
MID 20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Still life: blue bowl and onions
Gouache on paper, unsigned, bearing Thallon framing label verso
Height: 39cm Width: 30cm

 100-200

381
A VINTAGE BIRD OF PARADISE PRINT
An exotic Asian bird upon a branch
Height: 30cm Width: 25cm

 50-100

382
GUARDABASSI, GUERRINO (1841-1893)
Swordsman lighting his pipe
Watercolour on paper, signed G. Guardabassi, Roma, lower left
Height: 55cm Width: 37.5cm

 500-700

383
JACK, KENNETH WILLIAM DAVID (1924-2006)
Trees in landscape
Mixed media on paper (probably), signed to image lower right
Height: 42cm Width: 59cm

 100-200

384
GOULD, JOHN (1804-1881) AND H.C RICHTER
Lithograph by Henry Constantine Richter of Gould's 'Certhia Discolor: Blyth', from 'Birds of Asia' 1850-1833, 1880s Hullmandel & Walton impression
Height: 48.5cm Width: 35cm

 100-200

385
WOODHOUSE, FREDERICK WILLIAM (SNR) (1820-1909)
Equine study
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Fred Woodhouse 1889 lower right
Height: 44.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 2000-4000

386
KNIGHT, KENNETH J (B.1956)
'Jamberoo Valley from Saddleback Mountain'
Oil on board, signed Ken Knight lower left; title, artist's name in felt pen verso
Height: 57cm Width: 75cm

 2000-3000

387
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Morning light - Three Sisters, Katoomba'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower left; title, artist's name and dated July 2000 verso
Height: 60.5cm Width: 89cm

 500-1000

388
GERCKEN, GRAHAM (B.1960)
'Afternoon Shadows, Kanimbla Valley, Blue Mountains, N.S.W'
Oil on board, signed G. Gercken lower right; title, artist's name in felt pen verso
Height: 56cm Width: 86cm

 1000-2000

389
FINEY, GEORGE EDMUND (1895-1987)
'Bushland Fantasy'
Oil and enamel paint on composition board, signed Finey lower right, title and artist's name to label verso; together with 'The Mangle Wheel: my life George Finey', Finey's autobiography, 1981 Kangaroo Press
Height: 103cm Width: 151cm

 500-800

390
A PERSIAN WOOL RUG
In a blue, red and white palette with a central shaped lozenge with stylised flora upon a brown field enclosed by three red and blue borders with continuous floral and ribbon patterns
Length: 141cm Width: 101cm

 50-100

391
AN ARDABIL PERSIAN RUG
With three hooked and shaped medallions in navy and mushroom colours with stylised flora and a series of evenly placed lozenge hook motifs on a cream ground enclosed by a geometric main border in cream and navy colours between terracotta and sky blue patterned bands
Length: 212cm Width: 141cm

 100-200

392
AN ANTIQUE PERSIAN WOOL RUG
Circa: 1920s
Of typical allover design with a profusion of stylised shah abassi and other flora in muted natural dyes in red, ochre and light and dark blue colours upon a light cream field, the main indigo border with similar continuous decoration between narrow bands
Length: 465cm Width: 353cm

 300-500

393
A KASHMIRI INDIAN SILK ON SILK RUG
In a tree of life pattern and profusely embellished with vegetal motifs, flowers and bird life in petrol blue, olive and dove grey colours upon a ecru field, the main border with tree and palmette patterns between narrow bands
Length: 149cm Width: 89cm

 1100-1300

394
A FINE SIGNED VINTAGE PERSIAN SILK ON SILK QUM RUG
Circa: 1960s
Of exceptionally fine weave in a muted palette with a rosette in amber and pale hues upon an arabesque strewn teal field teal, with meandering spandrels and a terracotta main border with floral cartouches and entwined vegetal motifs
Length: 158cm Width: 101cm

 2200-2500

395
A SIGNED TURKISH SILK ON SILK RUNNER
In a traditional garden design with rows of mihrab shaped tiles with birds, hanging lanterns and vases of flowers in a muted terracotta, sage and silver palette
Length: 195cm Width: 79cm

 1700-2000

396
A SIGNED WOOL AND SILK PERSIAN TABRIZ RUG IN PINK COLOURS
With a decorative rosette and a profusion of flowers upon an ink blue field, dusky pink spandrels and a bright pink main border with repeat tendril and palmette patterns
Length: 163cm Width: 151cm

 1200-1400

397
A PERSIAN BAKHTIARI KESHTI WOOL RUG
In a rich colourful palette of reds, blues, pinks and other hues and featuring an allover garden tile design with repeat stylised floral motifs, the main border in red with stylised scrolling flora between narrow blue geometric ribbons and white floral bands
Length: 327cm Width: 212cm

 1000-1200

398
A STRIKING MODERNE STARBURST CHANDELIER
1950s
With four upturned and four downturned beige striped glass bell shades on tubular brass arms, and a series of stamen like radiating black rods with bright red ball finials
Length: 75cm Diameter: 70cm

 300-500

399
A CARVED TIMBER OWL HANGING LIGHT
Naturalistically carved and coloured with glass eyes and holding a 'perch' with twin frosted glass flame shades
Width: 140cm Depth: 80cm

 200-400

400
AN ART DECO ROSE GLASS SILVERED CHANDELIER, SIGNED DEGUE
Circa: 1920s
A flower moulded dish shade suspended from four square stems and supporting geometric stepped clasps and short stems to four upturned conical shades; signed in relief and as found
Length: 90cm Diameter: 85cm

 150-250

401
AN ART DECO TIMBER, CHROME AND ALABASTER SIX LIGHT CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
The chandelier with a chrome ceiling cup and a tiered conical timber stem with six chrome scrolling arms supporting deep amber alabaster bowl shades
Length: 78cm Diameter: 78cm

 600-900

402
A LOUIS XV STYLE BRONZE FIVE ARM CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
With a foliate cup and link chain to a stepped foliate stem issuing five curvaceous arms with floriform nozzles supporting electric candles
Length: 58cm Diameter: 52cm

 80-120

403
AN ART DECO COPPER CLAD AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet form stem adorned with cascading icicles, the copper bowl issuing six curved arms with frosted upturned shades with dripping ice borders and decorations
Length: 54cm Diameter: 78cm

 350-550

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

 150-250

405
AN ANTIQUE GILTWOOD AND GESSO NEOCLASSICAL WALL MIRROR
19th century, with later glass
A rectangular mirror finely embellished with an elaborate and delicate pierced crest comprising an urn issuing scrolling and trailing leafy stems
Height: 140cm Width: 63cm

 200-300

406
A NAPOLEON III TIMBER GILT MANTLE MIRROR
Mid 19th century
A rectangular mirror with patterned moulding, concave upper corners decorated with dolphins issuing fruits, and an ornate moulded and pierced urn to the crest flanked by griffins
Length: 168cm Width: 90cm

 600-900

407
A VICTORIAN GILTWOOD MANTLE MIRROR
19th century
Of rectangular form with a bevelled glass with rounded corners and housed in a decorative frame, the cornice embellished with a row of ball motifs below a pierced crest with a medallion rosette flanked by fanciful birds, with slender pilaster style motifs with vegetal capitals to the sides and pierced
Height: 103cm Width: 127cm

 100-150

408
A LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a white marble top and pierced brass gallery above a full length glazed door flanked by panelled side cupboards, inlaid with musical trophies to the upper register and with quarter veneer panelling below, raised on slender conical feet with brass mounts
Height: 140cm Width: 142cm Depth: 37cm

 1000-1500

409
A PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
With grey and cream Brèche marble tops above three drawers with reserved quarter veneer panels and raised on cabriole legs with wreath pull handles and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 35cm Depth: 26cm

 400-700

410
A FRENCH WALNUT POUDREUSE
Early 20th century
With Louis XV influence, the quarter veneer panelled and retractable top above two shallow drawers, the upper drawer with a red tooled leather writing surface combined with a stand up mirror and fitted compartments, a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs with hoof feet, with cast metal foliate handles and faux escutcheons
Height: 68cm Width: 58cm Depth: 31cm

 300-500

411
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT AND TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a white and grey marble breakfront top with a long shallow drawer and two deeper drawers with cross banding, stringing and a central medallion enclosing an inlaid basket of flowers, with rounded edges above cabriole legs, with Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts, wreath ring handles and sabots
Height: 93cm Width: 105cm Depth: 51cm

 1100-1600

412
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine mottled yellow top above three drawers with book end feathered veneers with crossbanding and stringing, the sides similar, with a shaped apron, curvaceous legs and embellished with cast brass foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 57cm Depth: 33cm

 500-700

413
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY CHIFFONIÈRE
Early 20th century
With a serpentine mottled yellow ochre marble top above five drawers of conforming profile with reserved and floral inlaid panels, feather banded panels to the sides, bold hipped edges and small sabre feet, with gilt bronze handles, mounts and lion's paw sabots
Height: 98cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 650-950

414
AN ELEGANT FRENCH WALNUT, EBONY AND MARQUETRY LIBRARY CABINET
Later 19th century
The cabinet with a black marble top, six shallow drawers and a lower cupboard with internal shelving, with striking ebony and white metal banding and stringing, the quarter veneer cupboard and sides with bold tendril motifs, and raised on toupie feet
Height: 135cm Width: 62cm Depth: 34cm

 800-1200

415
A MARQUETRY KINGWOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1870s
With a serpentine profile, the top with quarter veneer panelling, floral inlay and stringing, a shaped apron with conforming decoration and a long shallow drawer, raised on curvaceous legs with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 130cm Depth: 66cm

 1000-1500

416
A PROVINCIAL RÉGENCE STYLE FOUR DOOR OAK ENFILADE
Mid 20th century
With a breakfront parquetry top above four cupboards with fielded panels and carved vegetal motifs, a decorative relief carved shaped apron and cabriole legs with whorl feet, with decorative pierced brass long escutcheons, the interior with shelving and two drawers
Height: 101cm Width: 230cm Depth: 57cm

 400-800

417
AN ORNATE LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET
Later 19th century
A pierced, carved bonnet top above three shaped mirrored panels, two tall glazed side cabinets with applied fretwork to the doors, a central breakfront glazed cabinet and drawer, raised on carved cabriole legs with carved knees, embellished with stringing and neoclassical inlaid details
Height: 220cm Width: 138cm Depth: 52cm

 1000-2000

418
AN EIGHT PIECE VINTAGE PARKER TEAK DINING SUITE
1960s, with original labels and swing tags
An oval two leaf extension table, six sabre leg dining chairs including carvers with gold velvet seats and splats, and a three-drawer sideboard with matching lower cupboards and square handles, one drawer with a fitted cutlery compartment
Height: 71cm Extended Length: 270cm Width: 106cm (table)
Height: 80cm Width: 183cm Depth: 45cm (sideboard) Height: 93cm (carver)

 500-800

419
A FOUR DOOR MAHOGANY BOOKCASE IN THE ANTIQUE MANNER
Of breakfront form with an extended cornice and a fretwork frieze above astragal glazed doors with fifteen panels, a central drawer below and two cupboards flanked by two taller cupboards, raised on a plinth base, shelving to the interior
Height: 212cm Width: 208cm Depth: 48cm

 1000-1500

420
A FINE WALNUT VICTORIAN STRETCHER BASED LOO TABLE
Mid 19th century
The oval table finely inlaid with boxwood and ebony embellishments above split trestle ends with imposing eagle head motifs in high relief, the curvaceous legs with carved berries and ball and claw feet united by a pierced stretcher
Height: 74cm Length: 146cm Width: 108cm

 500-800

421
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PLATFORM BASE FOLDOVER GAMES TABLE
19th century
A square table with rounded corners supported on a relief carved and turned pedestal with a lemon squeezer socle to a shaped platform base, with reeded whorl legs and petite casters, the swivel top table with green baize lining
Height: 76.5cm Width: 91cm Depth: 45cm Extended width: 90cm

 300-500

422
A LATE GEORGIAN, EARLY VICTORIAN MAHOGANY LONGCASE CLOCK
1830s, with maker's mark to dial for Thomas McGregor of Ayton
Having a broken swan neck pediment with a cast brass bird finial, a painted face embellished with figures engaged in daily pursuits surrounding the dial with Roman numerals, twin subsidiary dials and pierced hands, the case with a pointed arch door, pilasters and a box base; with weights
Height: 220cm Width: 51cm Depth: 26cm

 1500-2500

423
A MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE AND EIGHT BALLOON BACK CHAIRS IN THE VICTORIAN STYLE
An oval table with a single leaf and winder mechanism raised on ball and reeded baluster legs with porcelain casters, with balloon back chairs of typical form with matching legs and upholstered to the stuffover seats in maroon and cream striped fabric
Height: 75cm Extended Length: 204cm Width: 114cm (table) Height: 90cm (chair)

 800-1200

424
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BRASS BOUND WINE COOLER ON STAND
Late 18th century
Of octagonal form with swing brass carry handles and fitted with the original partitioned lead liner, raised upon four tapering square section legs
Height: 68cm Width: 49.5cm Depth: 42cm

 500-800

425
A PINE TWO PIECE BOOKCASE
Late 19th century
Of restrained classical design with twin glazed doors, three internal shelves and flanked by fluted pilasters and corbels above an extended base with two drawers and lower cupboards upon a plinth base, with simple brass swing handles
Height: 220cm Width: 106cm Depth: 33cm

 100-200

426
A FRENCH TRANSITIONAL GILTWOOD AND CANE CHAIR
Early 20th century
In the Louis XV and Louis XVI manner with a carved scroll and floral cartouche back with garland embellishment and leafy supports to a circular seat, a garland apron with paterae and raised on tapering square legs with husk motifs, the seat and back in hole to hole cane
Height: 92cm Width: 44.5cm Depth: 46.5cm

 100-200

427
A LOUIS XV STYLE MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BONHEUR-DE-JOUR
Later 19th century
With a flat-topped arching back with a central bevelled mirror flanked by two galleried shelves with mirrors beneath, a floral inlaid fall front with a fitted interior above a curvaceous apron and raised on cabriole legs, with stringing and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 140cm Width: 77cm Depth: 47cm

 750-950

428
A LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD, MARQUETRY AND WIRE FRONT BOOKCASE
Mid 19th century
With a rouge marble top above a floral inlaid frieze, a pair of shaped wire panelled doors with recessed floral marquetry panels below, three strung timber shelves, arabesque inlay to the feather banded side panels and rounded edges, and raised on small cabriole legs, with gilt bronze trims, mounts and sabots
Height: 170cm Width: 93cm Depth: 40cm

 1100-1500

429
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY CABINET
Late 19th century
The cabinet with a marble top with brass gallery above a pair of full length doors with cross banding and strung panels enclosing feather banded inlaid urns with floral decoration, with short cabriole legs, restrained ormolu mounts and mounts
Height: 165cm Width: 108cm Depth: 38cm

 1500-2500

430
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
Both with three quarter shaped galleries, carved to the rear crests, one with three shallow serpentine drawers, the other with a single drawer above an open compartment, with shaped aprons and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Width: 42cm Depth: 31cm

 200-300

431
AN ART DECO MAHOGANY AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL INLAID DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1920s-30s
With a bevelled mirror surmounted by a frieze of inlaid criss-crossed timbers and mother-of-pearl flowers, flanked by sloping pulvinated side panels with similar decoration, a shaped quarter veneer panelled table with a central inlaid cartouche, a single drawer and raised on tapering legs
Height: 144cm Width: 98cm Depth: 50cm

 400-600

432
A RÉGENCE NORMANDY STYLE OAK PANELLED COMMODE
18th century
The commode of pegged construction with a serpentine top, two small and two long panelled drawers with cast brass escutcheons and elaborate swing handles with griffin mounts, channel grooved trims to the carved edges and curvaceous apron, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 94cm Width: 135cm Depth: 65cm

 1800-2600

433
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
20th century
With serpentine mottled ochre tops above three drawers with shaped and strung reserves with floral inlay, similar to the sides, a shaped apron, hipped edges and curvaceous tapering legs, with brass foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 35cm Depth: 28cm

 400-700

434
A TWO DRAWER VICTORIAN MAHOGANY HALL TABLE
19th century
With bull nose edging, a low rear gallery above twin drawers with turned handles, raised on fluted and tapering legs surmounted by impressive studded orbs with centurion skirt embellishments
Height: 77cm Width: 125cm Depth: 58cm

 150-250

435
A YEW REVOLVING BOOKCASE IN THE REGENCY REVIVAL STYLE
20th century
A two-tier bookcase of typical form, in blonde tones with boxwood cross banding, ebony stringing and a single circular inlaid device
Height: 85cm Width: 46cm Depth: 46cm

 300-500

436
A PAIR OF ROUND MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TRIPOD BASED TABLES
20th century
With quarter veneer panelled tops with cross banded details, turned pedestals and curvaceous legs with brass claw capped feet
Height: 68cm Diameter: 69cm

 300-400

437
A VICTORIAN CAST IRON UMBRELLA STAND
19th century
Of pierced floral design with six scrolling hanging hooks above an extended umbrella and stick compartment of similar decoration and raised on a shaped, stepped base
Height: 186cm Width: 71cm Depth: 35cm

 200-400

438
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE
19th century
With an extended cornice above a pair of doors with twin 'D' end divided glass panels, the fall front drawer with turned handles with mother-of-pearl buttons opening to a fine satinwood fitted interior and a tooled leather writing surface, two cupboards below, trimmed with pilasters with formal Neoclassical capitals
Height: 223cm Width: 130cm Depth: 57cm

 1000-1500

439
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY TRIPOD BASED PIANO STOOL
19th century, with maker's mark, Charles Wadman, Bath, no. 6693
With a shaped and reeded pedestal to sweeping legs with whorl feet, the stuffover seat upholstered in sage velvet
Height: 52cm

 50-100

440
A GEORGIAN STYLE BOW FRONT YEW CHEST
20th century
The chest with two small drawers and three full length cockbeaded drawers of graduating depth raised on shaped bracket feet, with swing handles, decorative oval backplates and boxwood stringing
Height: 82cm Width: 72cm Depth: 42cm

 200-300

441
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The bookcase having an extended central section with a concave pediment, a part wire front door, flanked by a pair of shorter narrow cupboards and raised on toupie feet, with elegant Neoclassical border trims, gilt bronze paterae, festoons and laurel leaf decoration
Height: 181cm Width: 143cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1200

442
A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST OF DRAWERS
Mid 19th century
With an ogee frieze drawer and a trio of conforming deep drawers above three full length cockbeaded drawers of graduating depth, with turned handles and three-quarter length barley twist columns to the corners above a plinth base
Height: 127cm Width: 123cm Depth: 58cm

 500-800

443
A SMALL GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DROP LEAF TABLE
Early 19th century
With twin drawers to one short end and a fall front compartment with a marble base to the other, the drop leaves with metal hinges and raised on turned, ribbed legs with petite brass casters
Height: 71cm Extended width: 72cm Depth: 53cm

 200-300

444
A DEMI-LUNE MAHOGANY GEORGIAN REVIVAL TABLE
With a reeded edge above a single cockbeaded drawer flanked by similarly embellished panels, raised on four slender reeded legs
Height: 73cm Width: 82cm Depth: 41cm

 30-50

445
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TRESTLE-BASED SUTHERLAND TABLE
Mid 19th century
An oval table with supporting turned pull out legs, carved tapering and squashed bun side supports with hipped cabriole legs and raised on brass casters, united by a turned stretcher
Height: 73cm Extended length: 106cm Width: 90cm

 300-500

446
A BLONDE HARDWOOD BOW FRONT CHEST
In the antique manner with a pair of short drawers above three long drawers of graduating depth, brass swing handles with pressed oval backplates and raised on squashed bun and toupie feet
Height: 103cm Width: 108cm Depth: 51cm

 100-200

447
A GLASS TOPPED COFFEE TABLE
With a lightly textured bronze finish frame with tapering four branch square section tubular legs united by a bowed 'X' form stretcher
Height: 44cm Length: 143cm Width: 83cm

 200-400

448
A NAPOLEON III ORMOLU AND EBONISED BOULLE CABINET
Mid 19th century
With a black marble top with extended ears, brass inlaid throughout in the Berainesque manner upon a scarlet tortoiseshell ground, a central medallion to the single door, the curved edges embellished with espagnolettes, ormolu trims and mounts throughout and raised on short semi-circular legs
Height: 110cm Width: 86cm Depth: 40cm

 2600-3600

449
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The marble topped bookcase with an inlaid key fret border to the frieze, the pair of part glazed doors with quarter veneer panels to the lower register, with canted edges and raised on short cabriole legs, with contrasting bands and stringing throughout and restrained Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 161cm Width: 103cm Depth: 38cm

 800-1200

450
A NAPOLEON III MARQUETRY BUFFET IN EBONISED AND BURR TIMBERS
19th century
With a Carrara marble top with ear form corners above a frieze and a single cupboard finely inlaid in the Berainesque manner with an urn and flora, fluted side pillars, gilt bronze trims and decorations
Height: 110cm Width: 88cm Depth: 41cm

 1500-2500

451
A FRENCH OAK STRETCHER-BASED CONSOLE/EXTENSION TABLE BY GRANGE
With full-width fold out flaps supported by extendable lopers, a single frieze drawer with a swing handle and shaped black metal backplate, and raised on substantial turned legs; purchased by vendor for $4800
Height: 80cm Width: 168cm Depth: 40cm

 400-800

452
AN ART DECO BIRCH BUFFET OR LIBRARY CABINET
Circa: 1920s-30s
An elegant cabinet with two open compartments, a pair of mirror image cupboards with shallow shelves to the interior, two long drawers with nickel oval plates and off-centre knob handles, a shaped apron and rounded edges with reeded edges flowing to slender tapering legs
Height: 149cm Width: 70cm Depth: 41cm

 900-1200

453
A LOUIS TRANSITIONAL XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Later 19th century
With a white marble top with canted corners, and seven bookend veneer drawers with contrasting borders, the shaped apron with drop and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast gilt bronze foliate mounts, pull handles and sabots
Height: 149cm Width: 63cm Depth: 27cm

 1000-1500

454
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Early 20th century
Of pegged construction with shaped backs, serpentine crests with carved embellishments, a pair of swollen splats, drop in seats above a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs united by 'H' form stretchers
Height: 97cm Width: 49cm Depth: 49cm

 400-700

455
A PROVINCIAL LOUIS XV STYLE OAK ARMOIRE FROM NORMANDY
19th century
With an extended cornice with relief carved borders, a carved urn with abundant flowers and bursting fruits sitting proud of the frieze, the panelled doors similar with various borders and relief carved flowers, harvest emblems and doves, a shaped apron and cabriole legs, with full length brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 233cm Width: 178cm Depth: 66cm

 900-1200

456
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
The chairs with slightly waisted backs, arching crests and mirror image shaped splats, drop in rush seats above a serpentine apron and cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 98cm Width: 50cm Depth: 50cm

 400-600

457
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Mid 20th century
The commode with a serpentine mottled yellow and purple marble top above two drawers with shaped bookend veneer panels inlaid with roses and trailing tendrils, the sides of conforming decoration, with a shaped apron, hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, and cast rocaille mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 1000-1500

458
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD AND PALISANDER MARQUETRY COMMODE
Mid 20th century
Of bombé shape with a serpentine orange ochre marble top above two drawers, with parquetry patterns to the facade and sides with bold palisander trims, the drawers with a shaped medallion enclosing floral inlay, with hipped edges and splayed feet, gilt bronze handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 114cm Depth: 50cm

 800-900

459
A FINE WALNUT RÉGENCE STYLE COMMODE
18th century
Of double bow form with a substantial grey and tan veined marble top above two short and three long drawers of conforming shape with channel grooved details, elaborately cast escutcheons, swing handles and Renaissance inspired mounts, with a shaped apron, rounded edges and matching stile feet
Height: 88cm Width: 113cm Depth: 63cm

 2600-3600

460
A LARGE VICTORIAN MIRROR BACKED SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1860s
A framed rectangular mirror with curved upper corners, a crest embellishment with a pierced and carved cabochon medallion and acanthus leaves, and carved spandrels to the base, the breakfront lower section with an ogee profile central drawer and four arched panel cupboard doors above a plinth base
Height: 196cm Width: 200cm Depth: 61cm

 500-1000

461
A MAHOGANY CRYSTAL CABINET
Early 20th century
A gently bow fronted cabinet with a low shaped back, crimped edges and pointed arch astragal glazed doors, raised on cabriole legs with little bun feet, the interior with glass shelves, a mirrored back and green felt lining
Height: 126cm Width: 121cm Depth: 37cm

 300-500

462
A TWO DOOR MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET
20th century
An elegant tall cabinet glazed to three sides, having an extended cornice with simple target medallion details, full length astragal glazed doors and internal shelving, fitted with lights
Height: 201cm Width: 110cm Depth: 41cm

 800-1200

463
A YEW MAGAZINE STAND
Early 20th century
With four boat shaped compartments and central carry handle, a small cockbeaded drawer and turned legs with brass casters
Height: 48cm Width: 49cm Depth: 36cm

 100-150

464
A GEORGIAN STYLE MAHOGANY BOW FRONT CHEST
1970s, with maker's stamp for Reprodux, Made in England
With four cockbeaded drawers with swing handles and bat shaped brass backplates, raised on shaped bracket feet; maker's stamp verso
Height: 84cm Width: 79cm Depth: 50cm

 200-300

465
A FRENCH MARQUETRY POUDREUSE
19th century
The top finely inlaid with central trophy enclosed by formal devices, arabesques and vegetal motifs in boxwood and coloured timbers, opening to a mirror, a watermark taffeta green lined drawer, and demi-lune compartments to the short ends, raised on ebonised fluted legs united by crinoline stretchers
Height: 74cm Width: 69cm Depth: 42cm

 300-500

466
A SMALL CHERRYWOOD REGENCE STYLE COMMODE
Circa: 1900
The commode with rounded edges, having twin small drawers above two long drawers all with shaped fielded panels, and embellished with bronze foliate pull handles and decorations, raised on stile feet
Height: 80cm Width: 92cm Depth: 54cm

 600-900

467
A BOW FRONT FLAME MAHOGANY CHEST IN THE GEORGIAN STYLE
With a two-door cupboard with internal shelving above a slide, a single drawer and a lower cupboard with a mock cockbeaded three drawer façade, raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 131cm Width: 61cm Depth: 44cm

 500-800

468
A VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY TWO LEAF EXTENSION TABLE WITH SIX BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
The table with reeded and turned legs and porcelain casters, the complementary serpentine chairs with carved mid rails, reeded baluster legs and stuffover seats upholstered in mushroom velvet
Height: 77cm Length: 126cm Width: 110cm Extended Length: 242cm (table) Height: 90cm (chair)

 500-1000

469
A GEORGIAN STYLE CHEST OF DRAWERS
1970s, with maker's stamp for Reprodux, Made in England
Of serpentine form with five cockbeaded drawers of graduating depth, with ring handles and rosette backplates and raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 94cm Width: 54cm Depth: 41cm

 300-500

470
AN ELEGANT STRETCHER-BASED BIJOUTERIE TABLE
20th century, made by Schwartz & Angelo Melbourne
The fabric lined table with a glazed lid and sides above angled tapering square legs with sabre feet united by 'U' shaped supports and twin bar stretchers
Height: 73cm Width: 61cm Depth: 43cm

 300-500

471
A TIMBER AAND CANE CHAIR
20th century
Of waisted form with a trefid crest and carved embellishments, a knot and scroll mid rail, turned legs united by a box stretcher, with a woven cane set
Height: 83cm Width: 41cm Depth: 49cm

 30-50

472
A FINE LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE PROVINCIAL OAK BUFFET
Early 19th century
The buffet of pegged construction with canted edges, three frieze drawers with pie crust channel grooved frames above two cupboards with shaped fielded panels, a simple flower motif to the centre panel, a shaped apron and raised on shaped stile feet, with the original iron locks and keys
Height: 115cm Width: 159cm Depth: 57cm

 800-1200

473
A THREE TIER OCCASIONAL YEW ETAGÈRE
Of serpentine shape with wavy edged galleries to each tier, the angled legs with sabre feet
Height: 66cm Length: 35cm Width: 27cm

 50-100