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Sunday 30 July 2017
Commencing at 12:00 pm

Lots 1 – 291 The Timothy Menzel Collection:  Fine 18th & 19th Century English Porcelain – See separate catalogue

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 292-320
 Clocks & Bronzes 321-378
 Oriental 379-428
 Silver 429-504
 Glass 505-526
 Lights & Mirrors 527-549
 Paintings 550-564
 Furniture 565-644

292
A FOX PELT RUG (VULPES VULPES)
A vintage twelve pelt rug with tails
Length: 118cm Width: 203cm

 300-500

293
AN ANTIQUE MALE LION SKIN RUG (PANTHERA LEO)
Late 19th to early 20th century
The rug stitched on tan felt and including head
Length: 260cm Width: 162cm

 1000-2000

294
AN ANTIQUE LIONESS SKIN (PANTHERA LEO)
Late 19th to early 20th century
A floor rug including head
Length: 226cm Width: 153cm

 1000-2000

295
A FINE MARBLE BUST OF A YOUNG WOMAN BY GIOVANNI BROGI (1853-1919)
Circa: 1900
A bust of a young gazing woman wearing a headscarf, in white Carrara marble, her laced outfit in contrasting rose and grey flecked marble, raised on a shaped pedestal; incised signature of G.Brogi verso
Height: 44cm Width: 31cm

 800-1500

296
A SMALL ART NOUVEAU COPPER HANGING MIRROR
Late 19th century
Of tapering and shaped rectangular form with sinuous whiplash ribbons and trailing foliage motifs in relief upon a hammered ground, with the original bevel glass
Height: 35cm Width: 24cm

 100-200

297
A GROUP OF THREE ANTIQUE COPPER BASINS
19th to early 20th century
A large and smaller basin with twin upright rivet joined handles, and a cauldron with strapwork and an iron swing handle
Height: 23cm Diameter: 38cm and smaller

 120-200

298
AN ANTIQUE BRASS FISH KETTLE OR POACHER
19th century
Of typical elongated form with a strap handle to the fitted lid and a shaped swing handle
Height: 13cm Length: 56cm Width: 25cm

 100-150

299
A LARGE ANTIQUE COPPER LIDDED POT
19th century
The heavy gauge dovetail joined pot with substantial rivet joined brass handles
Height: 32.5cm Diameter: 33cm

 100-200

300
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting set with rivet joined steel handles
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 100-200

300a
TWO COPPER SAUTÉ PANS
Of generous proportions, the straight-sided pans with rivet joined steel handles
Diameters: 22.5cm and 25cm

 80-120

301
A LARGE ANTIQUE BRASS KETTLE
19th century
Of generous proportions, the bulbous tapering pot with a strap handle to the lid and a large wrought iron hanging handle
Height: 26cm

 50-100

302
THREE COPPER PANS AND A STRAINING SPOON
19th century and later
Two heavy gauge skillet pans with rivet joined steel handles, and a shallow pan with a long handled lid and twin brass swing handles, with a long handled flat copper straining spoon

 100-200

303
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A good tin lined nesting set with rivet joined brass handles
Height: 10cm Diameter: 21cm and smaller

 100-200

304
AN ANTIQUE BRASS COFFEE POT AND A HOT WATER KETTLE
19th to early 20th century
A tapering coffee pot with a shaped bracket handle, along spout and a turban top lid with finial, and a hot water kettle of straight-sided oval form with a hinged lid, short angled spout and tubular handle
Height: 29cm and smaller

 50-100

305
TWO ANTIQUE COPPER STOCK POTS
19th century
The cylindrical pots with overlapping fitted lids, one with a lightly hammered finish throughout, with strapping, dovetail and rivet joins, and swing wrought iron handles
Height: 25cm Diameter: 23.5cm and smaller

 100-200

306
AN ANTIQUE BRASS PITCHER
19th century
The bell shaped pitcher with a cylindrical neck and high domed lid with finial, and a large, extended tubular handle
Height: 34cm

 30-50

307
A SET OF SEVEN COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting set with rivet joined steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 100-200

308
A VASE AND A WALL PLATE BY DOMAR ARTISTS OF ISRAEL
20th century
Of bold design, a thickly potted fan shaped vase with a long neck, and platter, both with distinctive hand pressed irregular geometric patterns edged in silver, with a molten textured glaze in earthy red and pale ochre shades, impressed studio marks underside
Diameter: 40cm (plate) Height: 42cm (bottle)

 300-400

309
AN ART DECO CERAMIC ANTELOPE GROUP BY LEMANCEAU
Circa: 1930s
Slip moulded in brown and modulating cream colours depicting a recumbent antelope and one standing, upon an integral base, faint incised mark of Lemanceau
Height: 34cm Width: 47.5cm Depth: 12cm

 80-120

310
AN ICON OF CHRIST WITH A SILVER PLATED OKLAD
20th century
A small painted panel icon of Christ the Pantocrator holding an orb in his left hand, the right raised in a gesture of benediction; with a silver plated pierced and embossed oklad; velvet backed
Height: 13.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 300-500

311
A PETITE FRENCH PORCELAIN DE PARIS BOX
20th century
The ellipse shaped box with a cushion hinged lid, with gilt bronze mounts and a floral clasp, decorated with delicate borders and floral sprays and sprigs; marks with crossed arrows underside
Height: 3.5cm Length: 6cm Width: 4cm

 20-50

312
A GREEK ORTHODOX MOTHER OF GOD 'HODEGETRIA' ICON
19th century
On a heavy timber panel upon a gesso prepared ground and painted in tempera colours with gilding in the Northern Greek Byzantine manner depicting the Mother of God in an attitude of piety, humility and sorrow gesturing to the Christ child cradled in her left arm; with associated script
Height: 20cm Width: 15.5cm

 400-600

313
A GERMAN HORN AND .900 SILVER MOUNTED CIGAR OR CHEROOT CUTTER
Early 20th century, with crown and crescent mark, stamp for .900
The silver mounted horn tip with a plated cutting mechanism
Length: 17.5cm

 240-400

314
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
The faceted sticks with sconces, knopped and tapering stems to stepped domed octagonal bases with a serpentine rims
Height: 24.5cm

 100-200

315
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS EJECTOR CANDLESTICKS
19th century
The sticks with integral pans, the stem with a slot and moveable knob for ejecting the candle and supported on a circular base with well
Heights: 16.5cm and 17.5cm

 50-80

316
A PAIR OF NAPOLEON III ORMOLU AND MARBLE CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1870s
The pillar sticks with cast foliate sconces and frilled dishes, the black marble columns with foliate capitals and laurel leaf bases, raised on stepped square black marble bases with pink and white marble decoration and four foliate scrolling feet
Height: 26.5cm

 150-250

317
A CARLTON WARE 'SKETCHING BIRD' GINGER JAR
1935-39 production period, pattern 3952, shape 125
The jar decorated with a bird embellished with pink, blue, orange and green enamel colours flying through a landscape with gilt willow trees, a delicate gilt lace collar, and scattered with enamel flowers upon a mottled blue ground; stamp, impressed shape and painted pattern numbers underside
Height: 26.5cm

 600-800

318
A PORCELAIN FIGURE OF PIERRETTE / ANITA BERBER BY ROSENTHAL
Circa: 1922, design H 579, modelled by Constantin Holzer-Defanti
A figure of the Weimar period dancer and actress, Anita Berber, as Pierrette, wearing a short costume and a frilled collar and cap in white with teal green highlights, incised modeller's mark to base; green backstamp stamp underside, Schwalb in script, incised design number
Height: 33cm

 80-120

319
A STRIKING SECESSIONIST AMPHORA VASE
Circa: 1910
The vase in blue and yellow colours upon a cream ground with lobed and pierced elements, the stem with four long buttresses to a flaring base, impressed Imperial Amphora marks underside
Height: 32cm

 300-500

320
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE GOTHIC ROCOCO REVIVAL PORCELAIN VASES
Later 19th century, marked AM and pattern 119, probably Paris Porcelain
Bulbous vases with extravagantly flared and scalloped rims issuing pendant leaves and pods, the base with moulded leaf and floral forms, decorated with painted flora and with gilt enrichments, impressed marks underside
Height: 36cm Width: 23.5cm Depth: 13cm

 120-240

321
A WALNUT MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, stamp of RMS with rose to mechanism
The bracket clock with an arched case, carved crest and a relief carved pediment, the dial with steel chapter ring, with mask and vegetal spandrels, with key and pendulum
Height: 46cm Width: 28cm Depth: 18.5cm

 400-600

322
AN ORMOLU AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL MANTLE CLOCK
Late 19th century, with mark of H. Kreitz to the dial
In the Rococo manner, the rectangular bracket clock with a brass dial and Roman numerals, a pagoda top and putto in a scallop shell finial, decorated with enamel panels of vegetal motifs in cobalt, pale blue and lemon colours, acanthus hipped side supports and foliate feet; with key
Height: 28cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 10cm

 800-1200

323
A CHARLES X MARQUETRY PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1830s
The portico clock with a floral inlaid frieze above a white metal dial with a well cast floral bezel between strung columns with engine turned capitals and bases, the base similarly inlaid, and having a finely cast pendulum with addorsed swans; with key and pendulum
Height: 52cm Width: 27cm Depth: 16cm

 500-1000

324
A FINE DIRECTOIRE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Early 19th century, with mark of possibly 'de Thillay' to mechanism
The beautifully cast figure of an angel accompanied by a dog, on a bronze rocky outcrop enclosing the wreathed brushed dial with Roman numerals, the rectangular base with an applied trophy with a central butterfly, a stiff leaf border, the base with foliate bracket feet
Height: 44cm Width: 30cm Depth: 12cm

 1000-1500

325
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

 600-900

326
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE MANTEL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1890, with mark of Medalliers A.T. Martin, Orléons
The black marble clock with flecked maroon and mauve marble trims, an urn finial with bronze pierced handles to a shaped pediment and square case enclosing the black dial with Roman numerals, the extended base with small paw feet, four branch candelabra sidepieces; with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 15.5cm Height: 50.5cm (candelabra)

 150-250

327
A LARGE SPELTER CLOCK 'REVEILLE DE LA NATURE' BY ROUSSEAU
Later 19th century, with mark of A.D Mougin to mechanism
Depicting a winged maiden in flowing robes holding a basket of produce, a cupid and birds at her feet, raised upon a shaped red marble base enclosing the decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals, with cast foliate feet, key and pendulum; title of figure to cartouche and incised mark of Rousseau to base
Height: 82cm Width: 37.5cm Width: 25cm

 800-1500

328
AN ART DECO PORTORO MARBLE AND ONYX CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
The clock in striking veined black and green colours with ribbed copper trims, a deer ornament above a rectangular glazed case with canted edges enclosing the hexagonal dial and geometric pendulum, pillars to the sides with square section tapering and boldly figured vases; with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 35.5cm Depth: 12cm

 250-350

329
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE CLOCK
Circa: 1890, with mark of J. Schneeberger, Jeanne d'Arc Rouen to dial
The clock with a large bronze pedestal urn with cover and Art Nouveau floral details in relief above a plinth enclosing the black dial with Roman numerals set within a decorative bezel, with side volutes above a shaped base, with engraved and gilded decorations; with key and pendulum
Height: 50cm Width: 32cm Depth: 15cm

 300-500

330
A BOLD ART DECO ROUGE AND PORTORO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
The fan shaped rouge marble clock with striking wedge shaped portoro decoration, a white dial with Arabic numerals and raised on a rectangular base, the side pillars with a geometric arrangement of the coloured marbles with cream onyx; with key and pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 34cm Depth: 12cm

 300-500

331
A FRENCH PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1940, with mark of Odo to the dial
In mahogany and gilt metal, with fluted Corinthian columns supporting a large dial with Roman numerals, a sun pendulum and raised on paw feet; with key
Height: 34.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 15cm

 150-250

332
A BRASS AND GLASS MANTEL CLOCK
Late 19th to early 20th century, with stamp of Japy Frères to mechanism
The carriage style mantel clock glazed to all sides, with a festoon decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a finely engine turned bezel, with mercury pendulum and key
Height: 27.5cm Width: 17cm Depth: 13cm

 400-800

333
A LARGE ART NOUVEAU/NEOCLASSICAL FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1900, with stamp of Samuel Marti to mechanism
The clock with a reclining classical maiden on a bow front veined marble vase, the drum on a shaped plinth behind with an enamel dial, shield crest and trailing flowers, the side pedestal vases upon conforming marble bases with applied cupids, masks and flora; with key and pendulum
Height: 49cm Width: 55cm Depth: 27cm

 1500-2500

334
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
In red and cream two toned marble with a plinth containing a rectangular dial with Arabic numerals flanked by an exotic dancer posing on one leg, accompanied by a pair of stepped similarly toned vases; with key and pendulum
Height: 31cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 11cm

 600-1200

335
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s, stamp of JS France to mechanism
In dual orange red and cream marble, the stepped arching clock with two reclining female figures draped over the arch and holding doves, the white dial with Arabic numerals and accompanied by a pair of cast and red marble tazza; key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Width: 30cm Depth: 11cm

 300-500

336
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND ONYX FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1920s-30s
In bold red marble and cream onyx with portoro trims, a semi-circular elevated case and a similarly shaped dial with Arabic numerals, with side supports and piers with ball finials, and to the fore, a dramatic vignette of a dog with a dead gold pheasant; with key and pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 41.5cm Depth: 14cm

 400-800

337
A FRENCH ORMOLU LOUIS XVI STYLE FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1850s, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
The silk suspension clock with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a rockwork drum surmounted by a pair of romantic figures with bocage, he holding a hunting horn, the lower plinth with cast vegetal festoons, medallions and lattice work upon scroll work feet, in working order with key and pendulum
Height: 47cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 11cm

 700-1200

338
A FINE NAPOLEON III ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1880s, with gong strike, key and pendulum
The finely cast clock of arching form with an architectural top with an addorsed dolphin finial, Roman enamel cartouches and applied strapwork to the dial, the body with supporting sphinxes, masks and pendant husks, the five light candelabra of conforming design
Height: 52cm Width: 29cm Depth: 17cm (clock) Height: 56cm (candelabra)

 6000-8000

339
A RESTAURATION BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK, HERCULES & DEIANIRA
Circa: 1820, dial marked Legras et Cie, Paris; key and pendulum
Depicting the Classical figure clad in a lion skin and carrying his wife across a rocky base set with a dial with Roman numerals, a rectangular section below clad in gilt bronze with a crisp acanthus leaf border, the base supported on a pair scrolling serpents, a reference to Hercules' infancy
Height: 56cm Width: 27cm Depth: 15.5cm

 3500-4500

340
AN ART DECO ANTELOPE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
The bold circular face in red and orange veined cream marble with an applied silhouette style dial with Arabic numerals, flanked by a pair of green spelter antelope, and raised on a long black marble base; with circular side pieces, key and pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 49cm Depth: 9cm

 300-500

341
AN ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's stamp of FC with cog
A near semi-circular clock in vibrantly figured ochre marble, having a decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals, bronze metal bead detail and raised on a portoro marble base, with flaring side vases raised on ball feet with black bases; with key and pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 37.5cm Depth: 13cm

 300-500

342
A LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with stamp of A.D Mougin to mechanism
The ornate clock with an urn finial and pagoda top above a profusely pierced and decorated case enclosing a fine dial with an enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals centred with a cast roundel set within a fine bezel, upon an extended ornate base; with key and pendulum
Height: 55cm Width: 28cm Depth: 11cm

 600-1000

343
A FINELY CAST LARGE SPELTER NAPOLEON III FIGURAL CLOCK
Later 19th century, mark of Devienne Hongré to the dial
With the imposing figure of a seated writer with quill and paper, a dog at his side, the shaped waisted clock with a black marble dial with Roman numerals, relief ornament and high relief pierced bouquets of fruits, ferns and trailing oak leaves, upon extended paw feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 68cm Width: 48cm Depth: 26cm

 800-1500

344
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with stamp of AD Mougin to mechanism
The red marble trimmed clock with a drum head, an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and a visible escapement above a glazed compartment with a mercury pendulum, with scroll, volute and pilaster embellishments to a shaped base, the side tazza conforming; with key
Height: 39cm Width: 31.5cm Depth: 14cm

 600-900

345
A SPELTER FIGURAL ART NOUVEAU/ NEOCLASSICAL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, mark of Caillard Beauvois to the dial
An arcaded portico clock with a pair of allegorical figures, the decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals and raised on a veined marble base, with trailing vegetation and Neoclassical ornaments, the pedestal side vases with swags and Art Nouveau lily decoration in relief; with key and pendulum
Height: 55cm Width: 54.5cm Depth: 19cm

 2000-3000

346
A FINE WHITE MARBLE AND ORMOLU EMPIRE PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1840, key and pendulum
Of typical portico form surmounted by a fan arch with an articulated Napoleonic bee connected to the finely cast pendulum, the brushed steel dial with Roman numerals enclosed by an intricately cast bezel with masks and fantastic beasts, the base a mirror pair of griffins
Height: 56cm Width: 27cm Depth: 15.5cm

 1800-2200

347
A LARGE BRONZE AND MARBLE EMPIRE STYLE FIGURAL CLOCK
Early 19th century, with stamp of Japy Frères
Depicting a Classical fairy placing a laurel crown upon the head of a male angel, an arched plinth supporting an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings in a gilt bezel, the extended base with an ormolu bas relief with putti and ornaments, a lappet border and cast bracket feet; key and pendulum
Height: 64cm Width: 42.5cm Depth: 15cm

 2000-3000

348
A FINE NAPOLEON III PYRENEES MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Mid 19th century, maker's mark for A.D Mougin; key and pendulum
The portico clock with a shaped tiered top surmounted by a lion, Corinthian column supports and a glazed compartment supporting the dial with an enamel Arabic numeral chapter ring and minute markings, the base conforming; with a pair of baluster urns with high set Empire handles and rosette terminals
Height: 48cm Width: 35cm Depth: 19cm (clock) Height: 35cm (urn)

 2500-3500

349
A PATINATED ART DECO FIGURAL SPELTER CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
With a female figure in a green patinated flowing robe with ivorine hands and face beside a bold black marble and onyx circular setting enclosing a square dial with Arabic numerals, raised upon a two toned marble and onyx ellipse base, with a pair of conforming flaring and globular vases on marble plinths; key and pendulum
Height: 46.5cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 20cm

 800-1400

350
AN ART NOUVEAU SPELTER FIGURINE, 'PAPILLONS' BY TAIRO
Late 19th century, Paris
The cold painted bronze toned figure of a sinuous woman in flowing diaphanous robes, raised on a truncated square base, with two insects at her feet; with title to cartouche and incised mark of Tairo, Paris
Height: 68cm

 500-600

351
A COLD PAINTED SPELTER ART DECO FEMALE DANCER, SIGNED DERENNE
Circa: 1930s
The aqua green female nude artistically balancing on one foot one leg outstretched, her arm behind her, and striking a pose holding two large disks, incised signature to base; raised on a square marble plinth
Height: 25.5cm Width: 21cm

 400-600

352
AN ART DECO FIGURE, 'BAT GIRL, BY J. SALVADO
Circa: 1920s-30s
A spelter figure of a music hall dancer in her role as 'bat girl' with striped bloomers, cap and winged shawl, in silver, gold and bronze colours upon a striped marble and onyx base, signed J. Salvado to the marble
Height: 37.5cm

 600-800

353
A PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU SPELTER ALLEGORICAL MAIDENS
Late 19th century
The matching pair in bronze colours, with loosely coiffed hair and diaphanous tunics, holding wreaths and trails of garlands and posies, raised on naturalistic vegetal and rocky bases above turned timber pedestals
Height: 45cm

 200-400

354
A FINE SIGNED FIGURAL BRONZE
Circa: 1900, signed apparently F. Galcenci?
An exuberant young woman posed on one leg, with arms outstretched and wearing a lightly textured diaphanous gown, signed to the bronze base and raised on a circular striated cream marble base
Height: 55cm

 1700-2100

355
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN WITH HER BORZOI
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted figure of a seated woman in bronze colours wearing a short grey green tunic, her recumbent dog beside her; raised on an elliptical black marble base
Height: 25cm Width: 57cm Depth: 18cm

 400-800

356
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP, MOTHER AND CHILD
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted group of a seated mother in a black and gold draped tunic clasping a dove to her chest, a small standing child beside her in a chevron patterned dress, raised on a shaped rectangular portoro marble and onyx base
Height: 25cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13.5cm

 250-350

357
AN ART DECO PATINATED SPELTER PANTHER
Circa: 1930s
The walking panther in rubbed bronze and gold colours raised upon a black marble and onyx faced base
Height: 15cm Width: 34cm Depth: 11cm

 150-250

358
AN ART DECO ELEPHANT PHOTOGRAPH STAND
Circa: 1930s
A pair of trumpeting spelter elephants in bronze colours, flanking a photograph stand with clear glass panes, raised on a long black marble and two tone onyx base in pale celadon and cream colours
Total Height: 20.5cm Width: 51.5cm Depth: 7.5cm

 300-500

359
AN ART DECO ELEPHANT PHOTOGRAPH STAND
Circa: 1930s
A pair of trumpeting spelter elephants in bronze colours, flanking a photograph stand with clear glass panes, raised on a long black marble and two tone onyx base in cream colours
Total Height: 20.5cm Width: 51.5cm Depth: 7.5cm

 300-500

360
A SIGNED ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY GEORGE MAXIM
Circa: 1920s
An energetic group of a girl in a short tunic running with two hounds; raised on a striated dark marble base, incised signature of Geo Maxim to the lower right
Height: 45cm Width: 80cm Depth: 16cm

 2000-3000

361
A LARGE SPELTER PANTHER FIGURE BY GUY DEBE
Circa: 1920s-30s
The prowling panther on a wedge shaped portoro marble base with a stepped and circular tan onyx backplate, white onyx and portoro marble architectural ornament to the side; incised Guy Debe to the base
Height: 22cm Width: 68cm Depth: 20.5cm

 800-1200

362
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1930s
A pair of fleeing antelopes, one mortally wounded by an arrow, in bronze colours upon a veined black marble base faced with onyx, incised signature of Limousin to the reverse
Height: 36.5cm Width: 75cm Depth: 15cm

 400-600

363
A BRONZE FIGURE, 'VAE VICTIS' BY HENRI DESIRE GAUQUIE (1858-1927)
Circa: 1900
'Woe to the conquered ones' depicting a victorious warrior holding his sword aloft, an eagle at his feet; title incised to base and mark of Beaux Arts, sculptor's name H. Gauquie to the reverse with Medaille D'or 1900 seal
Height: 54.5cm

 1000-1500

364
A SPELTER FIGURE 'LIVRE D'OR' BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Circa: 1900, incised marks of maker to figure
An Art Nouveau cold painted woman in bronze tones, in flowing attire with a pen in one hand and paper in her left, raised upon a rocky and vegetal base and a marbleised timber stand; bearing a cartouche with title
Height: 54cm

 100-200

365
AN ART DECO STYLE METALWARE EXOTIC DANCER
In pewter colours and depicting an Eastern style dancer in draped skirt, decorative girdle, armbands and headscarf raised upon a truncated pyramid marble base
Height: 35cm

 150-250

366
AN ART DECO PIERROT AND COLUMBINE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
The bronzed spelter 'cut out' style figures with low relief decoration, depicting Pierrot playing his guitar and Columbine with her fan, both before crescent moons, a globe lamp shade to the centre and upon a striated marble base
Height: 16.5cm Width: 27cm Depth: 10.5cm

 250-350

367
A PAIR OF ART DECO ANTELOPE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The pair of stylised antelope busts in modulating bronze tones raised on black marble veined bases
Height: 14.5cm Length: 13cm Width: 8.5cm

 150-250

368
A PAIR OF ART DECO CAT BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
In pewter and brass colours, a pair of seated cats both toying with a timber ball, raised on mushroom grey and white flecked marble bases with right angle supports
Height: 11cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 7cm

 150-200

369
A PAIR OF COLD PAINTED SPELTER GOAT BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
A pair of goats in gold colours leaping across grass and rockwork in green, upon a striated near black marble base
Height: 13cm Length: 14cm Width: 8cm

 100-200

370
A PAIR OF COLD PAINTED SPELTER ART DECO DEER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The green patinated does upon pale grey and red striated marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Length: 14cm Width: 8cm

 150-250

371
A PAIR OF ART DECO SPELTER PENGUIN BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The penguins upon boldly figured black and ochre marble bases with right angled supports
Height: 12cm Length: 11.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 120-220

372
A PAIR OF COLD PAINTED ART DECO SPELTER TERRIER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930s
The animated dogs in pewter and bronze colours upon mottled dark grey marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Length: 13cm Width: 8cm

 150-200

373
AN ART DECO SPELTER BORZOI TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The recumbent borzoi in bronze and colours beside a faceted and tapering pink glass lampshade with gilt edges, raised on a mottled rouge base with white and grey inflections; with original fittings
Height: 15cm Width: 30cm Depth: 10.5cm

 100-200

374
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A STAG BY IRÉNÉE ROCHARD (1906-1984)
Circa: 1930s
A silvered bronze figure of a stag raised on a stepped portoro marble base with canted edges; incised I. Rochard lower right
Height: 35cm Width: 25.5cm Depth: 7cm

 500-800

375
A PAIR OF BRONZE HORSE BOOKENDS
20th century
The cast bronze rearing horses upon mottled red marble bases with right angle supports
Height: 19.5cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 8cm

 100-200

376
AN ART DECO PATINATED SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP
Circa: 1930s
A pair of antelope in perfect step with their right forelegs raised, in deep bronze and copper colours, raised upon an elliptical cream marble base with red inflections
Height: 20.5cm Width: 44cm Depth: 16cm

 100-200

377
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND OPALESCENT GLASS CHAMOIS ANTELOPE LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A trio of chamois antelope with green and bronze patination upon a triangular rocky outcrop in opalescent glass, serving as the lamp, and raised on a cream onyx and stepped black marble base
Height: 35.5cm Width: 43.5cm Depth: 13.5cm

 250-350

378
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURINE OF A WOMAN AND TWO DOGS BY J. GERARD
Circa: 1920s
A cold painted figure of a woman in draping attire with medieval sleeves, a high collar and diadem head dress, with ivorine hands and face, accompanied by two elegant hounds, signed J. Gerard to the dress, on a mottled tan marble base
Height: 33cm Width: 47cm Depth: 16.5cm

 800-1200

379
A GROUP OF THREE ORIENTAL VASES
Late 19th century
A Canton ware mallet vase embellished with famille rose narrative scenes and bird and floral decorations, and two small Japanese imari baluster vases, of narrow lobed form and typically decorated with underglaze blue and iron red, salmon and gold colours
Height: 20cm and smaller

 100-200

380
A LARGE CHINESE HARDSTONE SEAL
The seal in modulating red amber and tan colours depicting a dog of fo upon a rectangular plinth, with incised character script to one face, and seal script to the base
Height: 15.5cm

 400-600

381
A SIGNED ANTIQUE IVORY OKIMONO OF A FISHERMAN
Early 20th century
A contemplative fisherman with his net and a pipe, lightly engraved and inked, with natural age related fissures, signed with two characters in red underside
Height: 17cm

 200-280

382
TWO ORIENTAL CELADON BOWLS
19th to 20th century
A Chinese bowl with an everted rim, unglazed to the both rims and with wax jianding seal; the other smaller, probably Japanese, glazed white to the interior, a bordered four character mark underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 17cm and smaller

 200-300

383
THREE ORIENTAL BRONZE MINIATURES AND TWO SNUFF BOTTLES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Two miniature Japanese tetsubin, one compressed, the other ovoid, with relief motifs, and a cast bronze goldfish; a red Peking glass snuff bottle with foliage and gourds in cameo, and the original stopper, and a 'thousand faces' nut snuff bottle
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 100-200

384
AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE BRONZE ALTAR VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
For an altar or home shrine, the vase with a broad trumpet neck, elephant head and trunk twin handles, and decorated in high relief to cartouches with birds in a flowering tree, and a large bird and a monkey on a pine branch, a trailing three toed dragon to the base
Height: 13.5cm

 160-300

385
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE SEALS, AND AN INK AND SEAL BOXED SET
Three rectangular seals in amber, deep green, and bright mottled raspberry and grey, all with seals to the base, one with script to the face, the other with characters and a daoist symbol; the boxed set with red ink in a circular stone box and a seal with a Buddha finial
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 200-350

386
TWO CHINESE CELADON JADE ORNAMENTS
A pierced and carved ornament of a fish amongst aquatic plants, with amber coloured coins to the side; and one other with lingzhi fungus motifs, tinged with light tan colours
Length: 6.5cm

 200-300

387
A DOUCAI PORCELAIN BRUSH WASH BOWL
A compressed bowl with an inverted rim decorated with four medallions of shou symbols and lotus, a ruyi border to the neck and lappets to the base, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng marks within concentric blue circles underside
Height: 7.5cm

 150-250

388
A DOUCAI PORCELAIN BRUSH WASH
A beehive shaped washer decorated with four medallions of shou symbols and lotus, a yellow ruyi border to the neck, bearing apocryphal Yongzheng marks within concentric blue circles underside
Height: 6.5cm

 150-250

389
A CHINESE BAMBOO LIBATION CUP
The cup of typical flared form well carved with a trailing pine tree handle and vegetation amidst a rockwork landscape, with a boatman upon waves to one face and a pair of scholar figures at a table to the other
Height: 12cm

 300-400

390
TWO CHINESE MID GREEN JADE DISK PENDANTS
Both pierced and relief carved, one in the form of a cicada with a chilong roundel to the centre, the other in the form of a writhing dragon
Diameter: 7cm

 200-300

391
A FINE PAIR OF CHINESE JADE CRANES ON ROSEWOOD STANDS
Circa: 1970s
An elegant pair of naturalistically carved cranes posting on branches, in fine translucent celadon colours, darker to the bases
Height: 20.5cm

 300-600

392
A FINE CHINESE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE IN THE FORM OF A FRUIT
Republic
era, circa: 1920s
The elongated celadon melon with a darker green calyx, and a small green stem serving as the stopper
Length: 8cm

 400-600

393
A CHINESE CARVED ROSE QUARTZ VASE WITH COVER AND A ROSEWOOD STAND
Circa: 1970s
An oval compressed vase with a foot rim and short neck, decorated with pierced writhing chilongs, the domed lid similarly decorated
Height: 12cm

 300-400

394
A CHINESE WHITE JADE GUANYIN
The contemplative standing figure raised on a double lotus throne, a scrolling mandorla behind, her right hand raised in benediction, the left holding a small vessel
Height: 17.5cm

 500-700

395
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE JADE ITEMS, AND OTHER
20th century
Comprising a galloping horse, a small toggle in the shape of a pig, and a white jade fish pendant, and an unrelated rosewood stand
Height: 5.5cm Width: 10cm (horse)

 100-200

396
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE PORCELAIN ITEMS
A Shiwan style thickly glazed small moulded bottle vase in aqua and green colours upon a tripod base, a crackleware celadon vase with a double ringed body, flaring rim and ring handles, with relief bordered mark underside, and a small white porcelain vase enamel decorated with a fisherman, four characters to base
Height: 17.5cm and smaller

 100-150

397
TWO CHINESE JADE ITEMS, A PENDANT AND A BI DISK
A figural pendant in modulating chocolate to white colours, and; a bi disk in celadon jade decorated with twin chilongs in relief to the upper face, and with a series of nodules to the base
Length: 7.5cm (pendant) Diameter: 5cm (bi disk)

 150-250

398
A GROUP OF FOUR JADE PENDANTS
Three rectangular and one shaped pendant in white to celadon hues, each with auspicious figural and deity motifs, including Shouxing in low relief to one face, and script to the reverse
Length: 8cm and smaller

 100-150

399
TWO WUCAI CHINESE MONTH CUPS
The cups in underglaze blue and enamel colours decorated with floral symbols of the respective months accompanied by lines of poetry, both with apocryphal Kangxi marks underside
Height: 5.5cm

 200-250

400
A CHINESE JADE CENSER
In celadon colours with tan inflections, a bowl with a domed cover and onion finial with vegetal twin handles and raised on a cushion shaped base, pierced and carved with floral motifs to all elements
Height: 15cm Width: 19.5cm Diameter: 13.5cm

 3000-4000

401
A COLLECTION OF FOUR ANTIQUE CHINESE PORCELAIN SNUFF BOTTLES
Qing Dynasty and after, 19th to early 20th century
Comprising snuff bottles of various shapes and sizes, one with an underglaze blue design, the others with enamel decoration, one with partial seal stamp underside and one signed to image
Height: 7.5cm and smaller

 250-350

402
AN ANTIQUE BRONZE CHINESE VASE
Early 20th century
The high shouldered bronze vase in deep tones, with an inverted neck and low flat rim, with a simple lightly engraved lappet border
Height: 18cm

 200-400

403
TWO CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION PLATES
Early 20th century, both bearing wax Jianding stamps
Enamel decorated in a famille rose palette with four cloud shaped reserves enclosing figural narratives and bird and floral motifs, centred with a bird and flower roundel, profusely embellished with scrolling borders and butterflies, stamp of China underside; with stands
Diameter: 21cm

 100-300

404
A GROUP OF THREE WHITE GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES
A large plain cushion shaped snuff bottle and one circular and one rectangular bottle of cushion form, both with auspicious and fantastic creatures in relief, all with red agate stoppers
Height: 8.5cm and smaller

 150-200

405
A CHINESE CLOISONNÉ TRIPOD CENSER
A censer of compressed form with a pierced dome lid surmounted by a recumbent qilin, addorsed twin lion handles and raised on cabriole lion's paw feet with figural mounts, decorated with flowers and scrolling forms in colours upon a turquoise ground
Height: 27.5cm

 200-400

406
A CHINESE HANGING SCROLL ON SILK
A traditional mountainous landscape scene in monochrome black ink on a deep beige gold silk mounted on paper, with script and red seal mark to upper section
Length: 91cm Width: 21cm

 200-250

407
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE FLOOR VASE
Early 20th century
A baluster vase with a trumpet neck, applied chilongs and twin dogs of fo lug handles, decorated with shaped cartouches populated with flora and fauna, on a pink ground profusely decorated with flowers and tendrils; drilled to the base
Height: 64cm

 400-800

408
A CHINESE LACQUER AND MOTHER OF PEARL DECORATIVE PANEL
19th to early 20th century
A framed scene of an archer on horseback hunting in a landscape setting between chevron borders
Height: 20cm Width: 30cm

 100-200

409
A CHINESE PAINTING
20th century
In gouache, the half length portrait of a woman playing a bamboo flute by her window, housed in a vintage frame
Height: 53cm Width: 37.5cm

 500-600

410
A FINE SIGNED JAPANESE SAMURAI SWORD
The fine katani with a folded steel blade, a sting ray covered and cloth bound handle, with peg, gold relief decorated menuki, fuchi and tsuba, and a signed tanto with embellished handle; signed underneath the handle grip, in a reeded lacquered scabbard
Length: 73.5cm

 1000-2000

411
A JADE INKSTONE
The tablet form stone with shaped crest, relief caved with scrolls and a plain surface surrounded by a key fret border to the face and engraved with various seals and script to the reverse
Length: 15.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 700-800

412
A PAIR OF CHINESE CLOISONNÉ PEDESTAL VASES
Early 20th century
The baluster vases with slender trumpet necks, decorated to the body with writhing dragons chasing a flaming pearl upon a diaper ground between wave and lingzhi fungus borders, further embellished with stiff leaf borders to the neck and scale motifs, repeated to the base
Height: 23.5cm

 300-500

413
FIVE FAMILLE ROSE WARES
Early to mid 20th century
Comprising two ginger jars, a dish with a figural narrative scene, a bowl with similar decoration and a small faceted cup; four with mostly mid century stamps underside
Diameter: 17.5cm (plate)

 150-250

414
TWO BLUE AND WHITE WARES, A TEA CADDY AND A JAR
Qing Dynasty and after, 19th to 20th century
An ovoid jar with freely executed scrolling sweet pea motifs throughout between concentric ring borders, and a square section tea caddy with a domed lid decorated with landscape scenes, mock seal mark to base
Heights: 15cm and 20cm

 100-200

415
A SIGNED SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASE
Circa: 1915, with cartouche of Inoue Ryosai
A vase with pinched sides and neck, thickly glazed in black with cream and mottled mauve blue colours, with a red glazed ribbed lower section with two applied children and a vessel,
Height: 25cm

 100-200

416
A BOOKLET OF CHINESE PAINTINGS IN THE MANNER OF FENG ZHI KAI (1898-1975)
Republic era, 1948
A hand sewn booklet comprising some seventeen paintings or cartoons of everyday life in ink and colours, each with script and red seal
Length: 32.5cm Width: 23cm

 1000-1200

417
A FINE VINTAGE INDIAN EMBROIDERED DEITY SURROUND
Exquisitely and profusely embroidered in metallic silver thread and metal sequins with peacocks, flora and a sun deity upon velvet
Length: 41cm Width: 38cm

 300-400

418
A SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE MOON VASE
Circa: 1920
The thickly glazed basket style vase with a moulded red matte lower section, with three figures in green to one face and another figure to the reverse peeking over the rim
Height: 21cm Width: 19cm

 150-250

419
A SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE FERN OR CUT FLOWER DISH
Circa: 1915
The low form heavily potted red and green oval dish with six applied figures in subdued glazed colours clambering around the rim; see similar in the 1916 Sumida ware advertisement of A.A. Vantine New York, in Nancy Schiffer 'Imari, Satsuma and other Japanese export ceramics', 1997, p. 178; also pages 186-7
Height: 5.5cm Length: 17cm Width: 11.5cm

 100-200

420
A SIGNED SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASE
Circa: 1915
The tapering ribbed vase with two small loop handles, thickly drip glazed in blue and grey colours to the top, matte to the lower, decorated with two elders climbing a mountain path, the lucky god of longevity, Fukurokuju, with his prominent cranium, and an imploring figure; blurred cartouche to side
Height: 25cm

 100-200

421
TWO SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASES
Circa: 1915
A small baluster vase and a two handled vase, both thickly glazed with black, pale and blue colours to the top, red ribbed to the lower section, both with a single applied figure
Heights: 9cm and 13cm

 100-200

422
A LARGE SIGNED SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASE
Circa: 1915, with cartouche of possibly Ban-ni
A straight-sided ribbed vase in black colours, thickly drip glazed in black and grey to the waisted rim, with four applied elder figures engaged in a narrative, each wearing underglaze blue on white robes
Height: 31.5cm

 200-400

423
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE CRACKLEWARE AND POLYCHROME VASES
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
Trumpet neck baluster vases continuously decorated in an emerald and puce palette with figures and warriors on horseback engaged in a processional, similarly decorated to the neck, applied brown terracotta borders to the base and collar, high relief chilong figures and shi shi handles; inscribed marks to base
Height: 44cm

 1000-1500

424
A CHINESE POLYCHROME ROULEAU VASE
The body with floral Chinese characters upon a white ground decorated with gilt arabesques and tendrils, patterns and medallions with 'good luck' characters to the collar, stylised flora to the neck and lappet and key fret borders to the base; apocryphal seal mark underside; with a rosewood display stand
Height: 24cm

 240-320

425
AN ORIENTAL BRONZE BUDDHA FIGURE
The contemplative Buddha with tightly coiled hair, beard and curled moustache in the sub continental manner, seated in the double lotus position, dressed in simply delineated folded robes and decorated with remnant gilt and red colours, raised upon a triangular base with engraved lotus decoration
Height: 26cm Width: 15.5cm Depth: 11cm

 200-280

425a
A MOUNTED CHINESE RED INK STICK
Possibly late Republic, mid 20th century
The rectangular ink stick on a timber stand, with maker's mark to reverse and decorated with auspicious bats flying through swirling clouds, with two characters in gold and seal script to a cartouche
Height: 16.5cm

 100-140

426
A FAMILLE ROSE SCROLL POT
Second half 20th century
The large cylindrical pot enamel decorated with a pair of phoenix and other birds in a peony, blossom and rockwork landscape below a lingzhi fungus border
with iron red bordered 'Kangxi period make' character stamp underside
Height: 20cm Diameter: 23cm

 150-250

427
A CHINESE YELLOW WOOD RUYI
In soft mellow tones and utilising the flow and modulations of the grain, depicting lotus flowers, leaves and buds, with two small frogs to the central leaf
Length: 38cm

 150-200

428
A LARGE BRONZE CHINESE CENSER
Of compressed form and raised on a zoomorphic tripod base, with squirrel style handles and having a pierced dome lid with cast grape vine and fruit motifs, with thread like silver inlay to the body and good patination
Height: 22cm Diameter: 22cm

 1200-1500

429
A PAIR OF CRESTED VICTORIAN OLD SHEFFIELD PLATE CANDLESTICKS
19th century, mark W&G below a crown, possibly Watson & Gillott
The sticks having urn form sconces with leaf form pans and details, similarly decorated to the shaped stems and raised on scroll edge domed bases with stiff leaf details; with a snake around a pillar crest to base, partial maker's stamps to lower edge
Height: 32cm

 200-300

430
A FRENCH SILVER AND GLASS TAZZA
Circa: 1890s, with JG in lozenge and Minerva mark
The tazza with a faceted stem with pendant husk motifs, an annulated ring and a stepped base with lappets and a cabochon beaded border, the glass dish having an undulating rim and etched flower pots and festoons; Minerva mark to base, additional marks underside
Height: 23.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 200-250

431
A SILVER PLATED LEATHER CASED HUNTING FLASK
Early 20th century, with mark JL star and crown
A tapering screw top flask with a pull off beaker, in a brown leather case
Lengths: 25cm (flask) and7cm (cup)

 50-100

432
A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER PLATE MOUNTED CUT GLASS CLARET JUGS
Late 19th century, with maker's mark KM with star in cartouche
Elegant pedestal baluster jugs with plated mounts in the Rococo manner, a deep border of slice cuts to the lower body and engraved with a delicate vegetal border to the shoulder; maker's marks underside
Height: 32cm

 500-600

433
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PLATED TRAY BY ELKINGTON & CO
1902
With applied gadroon edges, embossed festoons and acanthus motifs enclosing engraved rocaille designs, raised on tripod ball feet; Elkington marks underside with date cypher letter 'Q'
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 37cm

 100-200

434
A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED ART DECO EXPORT WARE CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1920s, marked Made in France
The hexagonal tapering sticks with a geometric stepped feature to the sides and radiating fan motifs, with waisted sconces and bases both with roses and stepped motifs in relief
Height: 15.5cm

 70-100

435
A VICTORIAN CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER MOUNTED ANTLER AND SILVER PLATED FISH SERVERS
1889, 1890 Sheffield, with maker's marks for John Sanderson
The natural antler handles having silver terminals with festoons, ram's head and gadroon motifs, silver ferrules, and engraved plated blades by E.LT & Co; hallmarked to terminals and ferrules; housed in a silver and velvet lined case
Lengths: 37cm and 31cm

 100-200

436
A SECESSIONIST WMF METALWARE VASE WITH THE ORIGINAL GLASS LINER
Circa: 1910, Germany, pattern 304
The bold dagger point square section vase with a flaring base, with long buttress handles and panels of Classical allegorical scenes in relief; impressed mark underside and pattern in relief
Height: 33cm

 400-600

437
A SILVER PLATED CLARET JUG AND A GILT METAL CLARET JUG
Circa: 1900
A Robert Pringle silver plate mounted jug of lobed oval form with a plain collar and flat lid with stepped finial and a split tubular volute handle, cut to the body with flora and cross hatched patterns; the other of Prussian form with pineapple and chevron cuts, having a cast volute handle, engraved collar and small dome lid
Heights: 27cm and 23.5cm

 150-200

438
A WMF SECESSIONIST METALWARE STAND WITH GLASS VASE
Circa: 1900, Germany, pattern 194A
The cylindrical base with guilloche and stylised motifs, with twin pierced wing handles and enclosing a tall hyacinth style vase with complementary etched forms; marked WMF to base, pattern underside
Height: 32.5cm

 200-300

439
A VICTORIAN HEAVY GAUGE STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1885 London, with maker's mark for Charles Frederick Hancock
The plain beaker with a volute handle and a stepped base; maker and retailer's marks underside
Silver weight: 217gr
Height: 7.5cm

 100-200

440
A GROUP OF SIX MIXED STERLING SILVER ITEMS: A CIGARETTE BOX, PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, PAIR OF PURSE FRAMES, OTHER
Late 19th century, various dates and makers
A timber cigarette box with embossed silver decoration, a cushion shaped velvet and silk lined photograph frame, a pair of scrolled purse frames, and oddments; all hallmarked
Height: 5.5cm Width: 11.5cm Depth: 10.5cm (box)

 50-100

441
A STERLING SILVER PILL BOX AND A SILVER PLATED PILL BOX WITH BAIL
1901 London, with marks for Murrle Bennet & Co, and import mark F
A cushion shaped circular pill box, hinged, with rocaille decoration; a silver plated quatrefoil shaped box with Art Nouveau decoration in relief, with bail, and opening to a small mirror; hallmarked to one
Silver weight: 12gr
Diameter: 4.5cm and 4cm

 50-80

442
A STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT WITH ENGRAVED CREST
19th century, apparently unmarked, X-ray tested as sterling silver
A plain sauce boat with an undulating rim, a curvaceous handle, and raised on tripod hoof feet with tiered mounts
Silver weight: 163gr
Height: 8.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 150-250

443
A CHINESE EXPORT STERLING SILVER CLAD GLASS BITTERS BOTTLE AND A SMALL ENGLISH STERLING SILVER DISH
Early 20th century, and; 1897 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Fenton Bros Ltd
A dimpled ovoid bottle with engraved and pierced floral cladding, with a small hinged beak, marked sterling with character stamp, probable American retailer's marks; and a small embossed acanthus spiral dish; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 163gr Height: 10.5cm (bottle)

 150-250

444
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PORRINGER IN THE 17TH CENTURY MANNER
1885 London, with maker's mark for James Wakely & Frank Clarke Wheeler
With grotesque scrolling handles, a frieze with undulate foliate borders and a vacant cartouche between lappet borders; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 83gr
Height: 7cm

 200-400

445
A DECORATIVE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1854 London, with maker's mark for Daniel & Charles Houle
Of flaring and gently waisted form with an unusual pierced and applied scrolling foot, a foliate double scroll handle, decorated to the body with bright cut diamonds with shell and floral decorations; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 175gr
Height: 10.5cm

 150-300

446
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOAT
1807 London, with rubbed maker's marks
Of rectangular slightly cushion form with gadroon and pulvinated borders and simple bright cut bands, a shaped reeded bracket handle and raised on four ball feet; hallmarks near rim
Silver weight: 186gr
Height: 10.5cm Width: 15cm

 150-300

447
A GROUP OF FIVE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
1866 London, with maker's marks, WS, for A.B Savory & Sons
Fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 112gr
Length: 14.5cm

 50-100

448
TWO SETS OF STERLING SILVER SPOONS
1950 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Viner's Ltd, a set of six cased old English spoons; and 1972 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Exquisite Jewellery Ltd, a set of four demitasse spoons with English rose enamelled finials; hallmarked underside to all
Total weight: 112gr
Lengths: 10cm and 11cm

 60-120

449
A GEORGIAN TREEN MAHOGANY CRUET STAND AND FIVE BOTTLES
Late 18th century, with later Georgian bottles
The stand in three parts with a pedestal base, pierced fretwork gallery and stem with a shaped silver plated handle, stamped WS, with two pairs of complementary bottles and silver plated shakers, and one other with a pouring rim
Height: 23cm

 200-300

450
A ENGRAVED EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CARD CASE
1902 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Williams (Birmingham) Ltd
The narrow elongated card case with an angled hinged lid with bright cut borders and profusely embellished with arabesques throughout, hallmarked
Silver weight: 50gr
Height: 4cm Width: 8.5cm

 50-100

451
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER CIGARETTE CASE FEATURING TWO BOGATYRS
Circa: 1940, with L84 mark
The embossed cigarette case with busts of two legendary medieval East Slavic figures wearing armour and carrying weapons, with gilt wash and patina silver details, gilt washed to the interior and with an inscription dated 1941; hallmarked to the interior
Silver weight: 136gr Length: 8cm Width: 11.5cm

 300-400

452
TWO PAIRS OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SUGAR NIPS
1797 and 1808, probably London, makers' marks for George Wintle and Mary Sumner respectively
A bright cut Old English pair and a Fiddle pattern pair; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 71gr
Lengths: 14.5cm and 13.5cm

 50-100

453
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING MUG
1860 Birmingham, with maker's mark for George Unite
The footed mug with very fine beading to the rims, an acanthus scroll handle, and three bright cut Gothic revival patterned bands, with a vacant cartouche; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 92gr
Height: 9cm

 100-200

454
A FINE STERLING SILVER GEORGE III CAKE BASKET
1770 London, with maker's mark T.L
The basket of flaring form with gadroons to the rim and a segmented border of foliate piercings alternating with embossed bead edged panels, a lattice and gadrooned swing handle; hallmarked to the outer rim
Silver weight: 1171gr
Height: 11cm Length: 37cm Width: 30.5cm

 4000-6000

455
A FINE PAIR OF ITALIAN STERLING SILVER CANDELABRA
Mid to later 20th century, stamped .925 with maker's marks for Settepassi, lozenge and rubbed shield mark, probably made at the Ponte Vecchio workshop, Florence
In the Rococo taste with four scrolling arms supporting sconces, the shaped stem with vegetal forms surmounted by a sconce and finial snuffer, raised on domed bases; hallmarked to base
Silver weight: 5585gr Height: 48.5cm

 4500-7000

456
A GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TASTER
1823 Glasgow, with maker's mark for David McDonald
The cushion form taster with a tiny pourer repoussé and chased with vegetal motifs, gilt washed to the interior, with a small looped baleen handle; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 40gr
Height: 3cm Diameter: 6.5cm

 200-300

457
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CARD TRAY
1913 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall
The rectangular tray with an Art Nouveau undulating ribbon border, with embossed floral motifs to the corners and additional sprays; hallmarked to the shallow cavetto
Silver weight: 367gr
Length: 31.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 150-300

458
A STERLING SILVER EGG CUP, SPOON AND NAPKIN RING
1902-1920s, Birmingham, Sheffield, Chester, various makers
A plain pedestal egg cup with a finely tooled rim, a small Old English spoon, and a napkin ring with bright cut foliate decoration; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 50gr
Height: 6cm (egg cup)

 50-100

459
A MAGNIFICENT VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRUM
1886 London, with maker's mark for Richard Hodd & Son (Richard Hodd I & II)
The fluted Corinthian column raised on an applied bead edge base embellished with Neoclassical style swags with ram's head mounts enclosing plaques with urn ornaments, fitted with scrolling branches and Corinthian capital sconces
Total weight: 5940gr Height: 73cm

 22000-26000

460
A THREE PIECE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE
1880, 1881 London, with maker's marks JA over JS for Holland, Son & Slater
A teapot, creamer and sugar bowl all with reeded rims, gadrooned lower bodies and a bright cut festooned frieze below a patterned border, the teapot with an ebonised handle and knop; hallmarked near rim to each element
Total weight: 463gr
Height: 12cm Width: 21.5cm (teapot)

 400-800

461
A STERLING SILVER GOBLET
1922 Birmingham, with rubbed maker's mark
The ovoid goblet with a faint hammered finish raised upon a slender pedestal to a flaring base; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 136gr
Height: 16.5cm

 100-200

462
AN ORIENTAL SILVER CLAD BITTERS BOTTLE
Mid 20th century, stamped sterling to base
The triangular dimpled clear glass bottle with a pierced sterling silver cover with bamboo, dragon, pagoda and ship motifs, with a plain silver neck and small removable cap fitted with a cork stopper
Height: 12cm

 50-100

463
A SEVEN PIECE STERLING SILVER DRESSING TABLE SET BY HARALD NIELSEN FOR GEORG JENSEN
Post 1945 mark, design 172, with incuse initials of designer, HN, to each element
Comprising a lady's hairbrush and comb, a gentleman's hairbrush and comb, a long clothes brush, a hand held mirror and a pair of nail scissors, all with dappled surfaces and foliate motif with berry, hallmarked with standard, design number, stamp of period, designer's stamp, with original box

 1500-2500

464
A STERLING SILVER ROWING PRESENTATION GOBLET
1899 London, with maker's mark for Alexander Clark
Awarded to the 1899 winner of the 'Open Fours' richly repoussé and chased to the lower body and raised on a slender pedestal with an annulated ring to a tiered spreading base; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 162gr
Height: 17.5cm

 100-200

465
A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CONDIMENT SPOONS
1851 Exeter, with maker's marks for Robert Williams & Sons
Matching Fiddle pattern spoons with gilt washed bowls, engraved with initials to terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 52gr
Length: 10.5cm

 50-80

466
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CONDIMENT SPOONS
1825 London, with maker's mark WE and; 1828 Exeter, with makers' marks for Jo Osment
Two Fiddle pattern spoons; hallmarked underside to stems
Silver weight: 19gr
Length: 10cm

 20-50

467
A CASED SET OF THREE STERLING SILVER SEAL TOP SPOONS
1929 Chester, with maker's marks for George Edward Hunt
In the Elizabethan manner with hammered fig shaped bowls, rod handles and annulated, flat topped finials; crisply hallmarked underside, also with maker's mark to throat of bowl as per the antique
Silver weight: 199gr
Length: 19cm

 100-200

468
A MIXED GROUP OF EIGHT STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS: GEORGIAN, VICTORIAN AND LATER
Late 18th to 19th century, London; and 1930 Birmingham, various makers
Comprising five Georgian Old English spoons, a pair of Victorian Fiddle pattern spoons, and a boxed Old English Birmingham made spoon; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 110gr
Length: 12.5cm

 80-160

469
A FINE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CENTREPIECE COMPORT
1866 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Mappin Bros
Finely cast as three clustered grapevine branches with pendant fruits and leaves, upon a stepped tripartite base engraved with a griffin head armorial; with a finely cut serrated edge crystal bowl; hallmarked to base
Silver Weight: 741gr Height: 28cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 1500-2500

470
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER PUNCH BOWL WITH TWELVE BEAKERS AND A LADLE
1908-1926, Moscow, Kokoshnik mark, maker's mark for probably Andrei Ivanov
A shaped bowl with pierced wing handles and similar tripodal feet to a pierced circular base, engraved roundels with swan, ship and fish motifs upon a matted ground, a gilt washed interior, cups and ladle conforming; all elements hallmarked
Silver weight: 2090gr Height: 24cm (punch Bowl), 8.5cm (cup)

 1500-2500

471
SIX GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER DINNER FORKS WITH THE ADAMS FAMILY CREST
1816 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for William & Patrick Cunningham, two with rubbed marks
Fiddle pattern forks engraved to the finials with a crest and cross marked 'In Cruce Salus', 'from the Cross comes salvation', hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 358gr
Length: 20.5cm

 250-350

472
A STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL MILK JUG
1905 Chester, with maker's mark for Stokes & Ireland Ltd
The baluster jug with an ear form strap handle with a foliate thumb spur, and punched borders to the rims; hallmarked to waist
Silver weight: 82gr
Height: 10cm

 80-150

473
A GEORGIAN NEOCLASSICAL STYLE STERLING SILVER HELMET MILK JUG
1795 London, with maker's mark for Peter & Ann Bateman
The pedestal jug with a high set reeded volute handle, a finely beaded border to the rim above a bright cut and prick worked band, the body with bright cut festoons and a vacant cartouche; hallmarked to the square base
Silver weight: 81gr
Height: 13cm

 100-200

474
A PAIR OF FINE ARMORIAL STERLING SILVER SAUCE BOATS
1908 Birmingham, with maker's marks for T. Hayes & Co
The boats of typical low oval form having a lightly hammered finish, with serpentine rims and generous pouring rims, flying scroll handles and tripodal hoof feet with bold leafy mounts, engraved armorials and initials to the reverse; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 686gr
Height: 12cm Width: 19cm

 500-800

475
TWO PAIRS OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SOUP SPOONS
1779 and 1816 London, with makers' marks WT and Solomon Hougham respectively
An Old English pair and a Fiddle pattern pair, engraved initials to finials; all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 276gr
Length: 22cm

 150-250

476
THREE STERLING SILVER SOUP SPOONS, GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN
1802 London, 1802 Exeter, and 1839 Newcastle, various makers
Old English spoons, two initialled 'H' to finial; the Exeter spoon with a contemporary inscription below hallmarks; all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 210gr
Length: 23cm

 100-200

477
A SILVER PLATED TEA TRAY
Mid 20th century
Rectangular with a cushion profile rim and rolled edge, centred with an engraved garland and a ribbon tied shield with initials
Length: 55.5cm Width: 34.5cm

 80-140

478
A GROUP OF FOUR MIXED STERLING SILVER SPOONS
Late 18th to 20th century, London, one Birmingham, various makers
Two Georgian Fiddle pattern and one King's pattern soup or serving spoons, and an early 20th century leaf pattern jam spoon; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 258gr
Length: 23cm and 13cm (leaf spoon)

 150-300

479
TWO STERLING SILVER OLD ENGLISH PATTERN LADLES
1810 & 1940 London, with rubbed maker's marks to the earlier ladle and maker's marks for D&J Wellby to the latter; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 100gr
Length: 17cm and smaller

 100-200

480
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BERRY SPOON AND SIMILAR SIFTING SPOON
1785, 1797 London, with makers' marks for Richard Crossley, and W.S
The spoons of typical repoussé and chased form with fruit and foliage decoration to the bowls, the berry spoon with bright cut foliate decoration to the stem; both hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 100gr
Length: 22cm and 18cm

 50-100

481
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER FORK AND TWO FRENCH PLATED FORKS
1800 London, with maker's mark I.B
A Georgian Old English fork, hallmarked underside and a pair of plated forks retailed through 'au Louvre Paris' bearing '84' marks similar to Russian silver
Silver weight: 86gr (English fork only)
Length: 22cm and smaller

 50-80

482
THREE MIXED GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
Early to later 19th century, London, various makers
Comprising a King's pattern spoon; an Old English pattern spoon; a fancy back, bright cut, bead edged Old English spoon; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 158gr
Length: 18cm and smaller

 100-150

483
AN AUSTRIAN .800 SILVER MESH PURSE
19th century, Vienna, with dog head small article mark
The fine mesh purse with a bracket frame and canted corners, having a bud style clip with a blue glass feature, with a later ribbon handle; hallmarked to the frame
Total weight: 166gr
Length: 14.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-200

484
A GROUP OF TEN GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
Late 18th to early 19th century, London and Birmingham, various makers
Two Old English spoons and eight Fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 478gr
Length: 22cm and smaller

 250-350

485
A GROUP OF SEVENTEEN GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
Late 18th to 19th century, London, various makers
A selection of thirteen Old English spoons, some with engraved initials, one bright cut, and three Fiddle pattern spoons, all hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 233gr
Length: 13.5cm

 100-200

486
A GEORGE IV CHINOISERIE STERLING SILVER FOUR PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE OFFERED WITH AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TRAY
1822, London with maker's mark NH; 1904 Sheffield, mark for Roberts & Belk
Of tiered baluster form richly decorated throughout with repoussé and chased foliate panels and Chinoiserie finials; hallmarked to all elements; the heavy engraved rectangular tray with a grapevine border; hallmarked to tray
Silver weight: 5257gr Height: 23.5cm (coffee pot) Length: 60cm Width: 37cm (tray)

 9000-12000

487
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BRIGHT CUT BASTING SPOON
1790 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham
The Old English spoon with a bright cut chevron pattern to the stem, floral decoration and an initialled cartouche to the finial; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 74gr
Length: 29.5cm

 150-250

488
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1809 London, with rubbed maker's marks
The Old English spoon with an engraved armorial to the finial; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 122gr
Length: 31cm

 200-300

489
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1805 London, with maker's marks for Richard Crossley
The Old English spoon with engraved initials to the finial; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 142gr
Length: 31.5cm

 200-400

489a
A SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FORKS
1856 London, with maker's marks for probably William Stroud
Fiddle pattern forks, with engraved initials and crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 328gr
Length: 21cm

 150-250

490
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER TRI-FOOTED CREAMER
1757 London, with maker's mark for David Mowden
Pear shaped with a serpentine rim, and an ear form handle, repoussé and chased with rocaille forms, with a vacant cartouche and raised on trefid feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 67gr
Height: 9.5cm

 100-200

491
A STERLING SILVER TANKARD STYLE CHRISTENING MUG
1921 Sheffield, with maker's mark, HA, for Atkin Brothers
Of ogee profile with a reeded volute handle and a waisted foot; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 148gr
Height: 9cm

 100-200

492
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL CONDIMENT DISH
1794 London, with maker's mark for Peter Podio
An elegant plain boat shaped pedestal urn, with twin angled handles, an applied reeded rim and raised on a square base; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 93gr
Height: 7cm Width: 13.5cm

 100-200

493
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR CASTER
1901 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably William Aitken
The long necked baluster caster with a footed base and a spiral finial, richly repoussé and chased in the neo Rococo manner, with a vacant cartouche; hallmarked to lid and faintly near rim
Silver weight: 143gr
Height: 19.5cm

 150-300

494
A CHINESE EXPORT WARE SILVER NAPKIN RING
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century, with character marks
The napkin ring continuously decorated with a repoussé and chased dragon chasing a flaming pearl serving as the cartouche, with later 1936 inscription; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 30gr
Diameter: 4.5cm

 50-100

495
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TWIN HANDLED SUGAR BOWL
1866 London, with maker's mark for Edward & John Barnard
Of tapering ovoid form with scroll handles and pronounced fluted mounts, a waisted neck with a stepped lobed rim and a small foot rim, gilt washed to the interior, with armorial; hallmarked, also retailer's stamp, Widdowson & Veale
Silver weight: 400gr
Height: 11cm Width: 20.5cm

 300-500

496
A GROUP OF FIVE MIXED STERLING SILVER ITEMS
Mid 19th to early 20th century, Birmingham, various makers
Comprising a small bristle clothes brush, a pierced pin dish, a fluted salt, a rocaille mustard pot without liner, and a condiment spoon; all hallmarked
Total weight: 82gr
Height: 1.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 8cm (pierced dish)

 50-100

496a
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CREAMER
1768 London, with maker's mark for George Smith II
Of baluster form with an ear form handle, punched bead borders to the rim and crimped base, and embossed with spiral flowers; hallmarked near rim
Silver weight: 75gr
Height: 10.5cm

 100-200

497
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SALTS WITH SPOONS
1854 London, with maker's marks for George John Richards
The pair of cauldron salts with gadroons to the rims and raised on tripodal hoof feet, with blue glass liners, and a pair of matching condiment spoons; hallmarked to all elements
Silver weight: 177gr
Height: 4.5cm

 100-200

498
A PAIR OF CHINESE SILVER SALT CELLARS, ONE OTHER AND TWO SPOONS
Early 20th century, Chinese character marks with workshop or retailer mark SW, other items unmarked
Woven wire baskets with grape vine decoration and handles, with liners, a pierced Oriental tripod salt and two tiny ladle spoons
Silver weight: 54gr
Height: 3.5cm (salt) Length: 5.5cm (spoon)

 50-100

499
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SALTS
1772 and 1777 London with maker's marks for Samuel Meriton II
The cauldron salts with gadrooned rims raised on tripodal legs with hoof feet;
Silver weight: 98gr
Height: 4cm

 150-300

500
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SALTS WITH CLEAR GLASS LINERS
1886 Birmingham, with maker's marks for L. Spiers
Reeded circular salts with everted and notched rims, raised on tripodal ball feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 33gr (without liners)
Height: 3.5cm

 50-100

501
A FRENCH SILVER SALT CELLAR, A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED SALT CELLARS AND FOUR PLATED CONDIMENT SPOONS
19th to 20th century
The silver salt with gadroons, beading and floral motifs, the plated salts with shell motifs, the spoons similar, glass liners to the salts
Height: 3.5cm

 50-80

502
THREE ITEMS OF RUSSIAN .875 SILVER: TWO MINIATURE BEAKERS AND A COMPACT; AND A SMALL HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER PIN DISH
1908-1922 Kiev, with second Kokoshnik mark and maker's stamps for Israel Eseevich Zakhoder, two small bright cut beakers; a shell shaped bright cut compact, with Zolotniki 84 mark and rubbed assay mark; a small 1867-1922 Hungarian faceted silver dish, with dog head mark in lozenge
Total weight: 184gr (compact with mirror) Length: 8cm Width: 6.5cm

 150-200

503
A STERLING SILVER CARD HOLDER AND A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER NOVELTY WISHBONE SUGAR TONGS
1920 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Rose, a plain curved card holder, with a small bail and ring, engraved initials, hallmarked to lid and rim, and; 1924 Birmingham, with makers' mark for James Swann & Son, a pair of articulated
tongs in the retailer's box with handwritten 1929 inscription; hallmarked
Silver weight: 55gr Length: 8cm (tongs)

 100-150

504
A DAUM NANCY WATERMELON GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930
The elegant ovoid vase with an interesting trapped platinum foil feature, engraved signature of Daum, Nancy with the Cross of Lorraine mark
Height: 23.5cm

 300-500

505
AN ORANGE LEGRAS ET CIE 'MARGUERITES' VASE
Circa: 1920
The high shouldered spatter glass vase with an internal orange and yellow décor with an applied enamel medallion with white marguerites upon a blue ground, with polished pontil and enamel signature of Legras to lower body
Height: 23cm

 300-500

506
A LEGRAS ET CIE 'MARGUERITES' VASE
A clear glass waisted vase with a bulb like upper section and a lobed rim, in a mottled green enamel décor and boldly hand decorated with orange marguerites with foliage tendrils, abbreviated Leg. mark and acid marked Made in France underside, with polished pontil
Height: 15cm

 100-200

507
A SMALL SIGNED FRENCH CAMEO GLASS LAMP
Early 20th century
The ovoid lamp in mottled ecru and orange colours overlaid with trailing hop flowers and leaves in deep aubergine colours, and raised on a trio of cobalt blue stilt legs; with a brass pierced mount to the top and original fittings; signed in cameo to the body
Height: 16cm

 200-250

508
A DAUM PÂTE DE VERRE GLASS COVERED BOX
Circa: 1910
An unusual lidded box of square cushion form with a domed lid, internally mottled in shades of blue with yellow highlights; incised signature Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine mark
Height: 9.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 800-1000

509
AN ART DECO VERRIERES D'ART LORRAINE (DAUM) VASE IN A WROUGHT IRON CAGE
Circa: 1925
The mauve cased glass ovoid vase blown into the striking heavy gauge armature featuring chevron and striped motifs; enamel signature of Lorraine
Height: 24cm

 1000-2000

510
AN ART VANNES GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
A 'sundae glass' style vase with an undulating rim, six slightly curved long ribs to a waisted and lobed base; stencil mark of Art Vannes to lozenge underside
Height: 21.5cm

 80-150

511
A VINTAGE OPALINE GLASS TABLE LAMP
Early 20th century
The baluster lamp with a frilled mushroom cap shade with a sprayed or stencil design in purple and borders of flowers and swirls in lemon and orange, purple and green colours with brown outlines
Height: 31.5cm

 300-500

512
A LARGE GREEN GLASS DAUM NANCY BOWL
Circa: 1930s
The everted bowl with a bold roughly acid etched stylised fish and plant motif design, a polished pontil and etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorrain to foot rim
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 400-800

513
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND BLUE GLASS TAZZA
Circa: 1920s-30s
The tazza with a trio of wrought straps with scroll motifs to the base and bowl stand, embellished throughout with metalwork leaves and fruits, the bowl with a mottled cobalt and pale blue spatter décor
Height: 23.5cm Diameter: 21cm

 150-250

514
A VINTAGE SHAFT AND GLOBE GLASS DECANTER
Early 20th century
Of typical form with a slice cut neck and lappet lower section, the globe stopper of conforming design
Height: 34.5cm

 80-120

515
A VINTAGE FRENCH GLASS PITCHER
Mid 20th century
The straight-sided slightly tapering pitcher with an applied 'C' handle, the body with a stencilled foliate design replicating etching
Height: 19.5cm

 50-100

516
TWO ART DECO CRYSTAL INKWELLS
Circa: 1920s
Of crisp elegant design, the square inkwells with chamfered edges, one with a conforming stopper, the other with a plated cushion hinged lid and mounts
Height: 7.5cm and 9cm

 20-50

517
A FRENCH CUT CRYSTAL DECANTER
Mid 20th century
The ovoid decanter with an oval printie and navette cut stopper with a trapped bubble motif, decorated to the body with lens and slice cut patterns and etched grape vine motifs; a star cut to the base
Height: 24.5cm

 80-150

518
AN ART VANNES CLEAR GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The organic trefoil shaped tapering vase with a slight spiral twist; stencil mark of Art Vannes France to lozenge underside
Height: 17.5cm

 60-80

519
AN ART VANNES GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The tapering moulded vase with a bold irregular ice block décor to the exterior; stencil mark of Art Vannes to lozenge underside
Height: 22.5cm

 60-100

520
A FINE ST LOUIS GLASS VASE
The heavy gauge conical vase with full length triangular cuts to a waisted base with further facet cuts; circular stencil mark underside
Height: 25cm

 100-200

521
A PAIR OF SMALL BACCARAT GLASSES
Straight sided glasses with concentric rings near the rim and three borders of facet cuts to the base; stencil marks underside
Height: 8cm

 20-50

522
A MIXED GROUP OF THIRTEEN BRISTOL GREEN AND ETCHED STEM GLASSES
19th century and after
The small wine and sherry glasses of differing sizes and various shades of emerald, comprising ten Bristol glasses with clear stems, and three later bell shaped long stemmed glasses with festoon etched borders
Height: 17cm and smaller

 100-200

523
A BOLD GREEN ART DECO GLASS ANDRÉ DELATTE-NANCY VASE IN A WROUGHT IRON CAGE
Circa: 1925
The large lobed tapering vase with a flaring neck, in mottled colours with silver inclusions, blown into a the heavy gauge armature decorated with trios of tubular bands to a textured foot rim
Height: 27cm

 1200-1500

524
A FRENCH SIGNED ACID ETCHED 'ANGEL FISH' GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The ovoid vase overlaid in silver and gilt with two angelfish swimming amidst reeds within a scalloped cartouche; signed to body
Height: 20cm

 150-200

524a
A SUPERB ANTIQUE INTAGLIO CARVED OMBRÉ PURPLE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1900, in the Bohemian or French manner
The tall, slender waisted vase with distinctive sharp edge and notched ribs and a gold dipped scalloped rim, decorated to the upper section with a fine intaglio frieze of flowers heightened with gilt; unmarked
Height: 49cm

 550-700

525
AN ART DECO FROSTED PINECONE VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
The moulded mushroom grey vase with a distinctive pinecone scale motif segmented by four striking reeded ribs, with a cut and finished rim
Height: 27cm

 100-200

526
AN ANTIQUE ETCHED GLASS PITCHER
Circa: 1900
The waisted pitcher with an applied volute handle, etched with fern motifs, and a polished pontil
Height: 24cm

 60-80

527
AN ANTIQUE BRASS AND FROSTED GLASS PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1890
The light with an acorn shaped frosted shade with star details held in a cast foliate embellished frame, a trumpet upper section to a bail and an embossed ceiling cup
Height: 43cm

 200-300

528
A FRENCH BRASS HALL LANTERN
Early to mid 20th century
The lantern with a foliate ceiling cup, chain and three foliate arms supporting the lantern of typical cylindrical form, the central stem supporting three electric candles, with small cast ribbon embellishments
Length: 44.5cm Diameter: 21cm

 100-200

529
A VINTAGE BRASS HALL LANTERN
20th century
Cylindrical with a cast foliate ceiling cup, three scrolling supports and pierced motifs to the crest, foliate mounts to the lower section, with provision for a single globe
Length: 35cm Diameter: 16cm

 80-120

530
A FRENCH BRASS DESK LAMP
Circa: 1930s
With a scroll neck and a pressed frosted glass shade supported on a tubular stem to a spreading base
Height: 45.5cm

 100-200

531
AN ANTIQUE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE LIGHT FITTING
Early 20th century
With a pierced decorative ceiling cup and three foliate curvaceous arms issuing three frosted glass frilled shades
Length: 43cm Diameter: 45cm (irregular)

 150-300

532
A FINE LALIQUE 'JOSEPHINE' LAMP WITH SHADE
Circa: 1970
The frosted base of elegant square section reeded form, with a moulded swan motif to the mid-section and gilt metal plates, the complementary ivory shade with a pleated design to the canted corners; with label of period underside
Height: 64.5cm

 2000-3000

533
AN ART DECO SILVER PLATED BRONZE PINK GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a multi square tubed stem and three 'C' scroll horizontal arms with ball motifs supporting pairs of salmon pink frosted dishes pressed with floral and geometric designs
Height: 61cm Diameter: 65cm

 900-1200

534
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
19th century
A decorative chandelier with foliate elements, having a vegetal ceiling cup, a turned and spiral stem issuing five curvaceous arms with scrolls and leaf forms supporting multi-petal frosted shades
Height: 90cm Diameter 94cm

 1800-2200

535
A BRASS AND OPALINE GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930
The mushroom dome glass shade with a shaped brass lower section suspended by three decorative chains and issuing scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 60cm Diameter: 52cm (Total chain length: 130cm)

 150-250

536
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY DEGUE
Circa: 1930s, with signed glass shades
The hammered bronze frame with a trio of stems supporting a boss with a tiered 'jelly mould' bowl and issuing three small scrolling arms with bell shaped shades
Height: 97cm Diameter: 52cm

 1000-1500

537
A FRENCH BRASS HALL LANTERN
Late 19th to early 20th century
Of typical cylindrical form, with four curved supports to the frame and glass, the stem with three electric candles
Length: 60cm Diameter: 28cm

 150-250

538
A FRENCH ART DECO TIMBER AND CHROME BIRD CHANDELIER
1920s
With a timber and chrome shaped stem issuing four upward sweeping square section tubular arms each with striking cast bird motifs, and supporting frosted floriform dishes
Height: 87cm Diameter: 74cm

 900-1200

539
AN ART DECO SILVERED BRONZE FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Well cast with foliate motifs throughout, having a tapering stem with elongated knop to a trumpet and bowl issuing curvaceous arms with ornate bails each supporting downturned bell shaped frosted shades
Height: 68cm Diameter: 53cm

 1500-1800

540
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
The chandelier with tiers of crystal drops and beaded swags, with six scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 62cm Diameter: 46cm

 400-800

541
A FINE NICKEL PLATED BELLE EPOQUE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1900, originally from an Art Nouveau café in Vichy, France
With three outward sweeping stems decorated with cast jester masks and lion's heads issuing pairs of downward arms supporting frosted multi petal shades, the stem terminating with an elegant toupie style frosted shade and finial
Height: 123cm Diameter: 94cm

 2500-3500

542
AN ART DECO GILDED BRONZE SIX ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Richly embossed with flora throughout, a tapering stem to a bowl issuing shaped arms supporting downturned frosted glass conical shades
Height: 72cm Diameter: 64cm

 1800-2200

543
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
The chandelier with tiers of crystal and turquoise drops and beaded swags, with five scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 50cm Diameter: 37cm

 300-500

544
AN ART DECO COPPER AND OPALESCENT GLASS CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1920s, signed
In oxidised copper with a trumpet and dish form stem to a lower bowl with a cracked ice motif, five upward curving arms each dripping with icicles and supporting shaped and upward turned bowls with icicle encrusted rims and ribs
Length: 71cm Diameter: 71cm

 1000-1500

545
AN ART DECO CAST BRONZE ART DECO FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
With a decorative faceted ceiling cup with cast flora and stiff leaf details to an unusual concertina style stepped stem with knop to a bowl issuing five arching arms each supporting bell shaped frosted shades
Height: 81cm Diameter: 62cm

 1800-2200

546
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILTWOOD AND MOULDED MANTEL MIRROR
19th century
The rectangular mirror with ribbon twist and pulvinated borders, engraved motifs and applied festoons to the corners, decorative strapwork to the lower frame, with antique glass
Length: 121cm Width: 86cm

 300-600

547
A LOUIS XVI STYLE GILTWOOD MIRROR
19th century
Rectangular, with concave shoulders to a flat topped cresting rail embellished with draping garlands of husks to an urn with stiff leaf decoration and acanthus, scrolls and pendants to the sides and nail head style details to the frame
Length: 119cm Width: 81cm

 500-1000

548
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH PARCEL GILT NEOCLASSICAL MANTEL MIRROR
19th century
The rectangular timber and moulded mirror having a broken pediment with a floral urn ornament flanked with decoration and urn finials, an egg and dart border, lion's head and satyr masks, gilt bands to the dark timbered frame and antique glass
Length: 185cm Width: 96cm

 1500-2500

549
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL OVAL GILTWOOD MIRROR
19th century
The mirror with a festooned ribbon motif to the crest, and ribbon twist border, the inner scotia with fine small scale fluting
Length: 92cm Width: 70cm

 600-1200

550
VON GUÉRARD, EUGENE (1811-1901)
The Pinnacles, Cape Woolamai
Oil on canvas, unsigned; purchased 1981; with correspondence and authentication by art specialist Frank McDonald, 1983; assessed by the Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, Melbourne, 2016; also kindly authenticated by Sotheby's Australia, 2017
Height: 30cm Width: 40cm

 30000-50000

551
FORREST, JAMES HAUGHTON (1826-1925)
'Orkney Islands'
Oil on board, initialled HF lower left, title verso and housed in the original gilt wood frame; provenance: collections of Sweeney Reed, Julian Sterling
Height: 30.5cm Width: 38cm (measurements include frame)

 3000-5000

552
WATT, VICTOR ROBERT (1886-1970)
Three small paintings: a sea scene on board, a rural scene and a view of gum trees, both on canvas, all signed V.R Watt; and a 1927 sketchbook 'The Blue Mountains' comprising seventeen loose-leaf sketches all dated February 1927
Height: 18cm Width: 23cm and smaller

 300-400

553
WRIGHT, MARGARET (ACTIVE 1970s-80s)
'Blue Mountain Gum'
Watercolour on paper, signed M Wright lower right
Artist's label with title, and Lochie House Gallery stamp verso
Height: 27.5cm Width: 36cm

 100-150

554
HENSHAW, JUDY (b.1936)
'Bush scene - Mansfield'
Watercolour on paper, signed J Henshaw lower right
Height: 24cm Width: 33cm

 50-80

555
A HANDCOLOURED WOOD ENGRAVING OF THE INTERIOR OF THE WILSON HALL, MELBOURNE UNIVERSITY
Circa: 1877
The framed Illustrated Australian News engraving, retailed through Spencer Scott Sandilands Antique Print and Map Gallery, Prahran
Height: 34.5cm Width: 24cm

 60-80

556
17th -18th CENTURY NORTHERN EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Village
dance
Oil on canvas, unsigned
Height: 51cm Width: 43.5cm

 200-300

557
DEVRIES, EARLY 20th CENTURY DUTCH OR BELGIAN SCHOOL
Young woman at the piano
Oil on canvas, signed and dated DeVries 1911 lower left
Height: 70cm Width: 45.5cm

 200-300

558
CRAVEN, A.E (WORKING 1880s)
Two works: A view across a lake, and; Winter scene with boat on an icy pond
Crayon on paper, both signed A.E.Craven, Dec. 1880, housed in identical gilt wood moulded frames
Height: 36cm Width: 45cm

 1000-1200

559
WIMPERIS, EDMUND MORISON, V.P.R.I (1835-1900)
'View near Llanberis, North Wales', watercolour on paper, signed and dated E.M Wimperis Aug '88 lower right; housed in the original gilt wood frame, with title and artist printed to gilded flat below image; Wimperis was elected Vice President of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour
Height: 37cm Width: 62cm

 1000-1200

560
HAGAN, DAVID (b. 1943)
'After saying goodnight to the pelicans'
Oil on composition board, signed D. Hagan lower left, with title to frame, Kimberley Art Gallery label, Brisbane and biographical information verso
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 80-160

561
MATTHEWS, PETER (WORKING LATE 1960s-70s)
Farm sheds
Oil on composition board, signed and dated Peter Matthews '67 lower right
Height: 54cm Width: 67cm

 150-250

562
MATHER, SYDNEY (SYD) (b.1944)
'Rock pool'
Oil on canvas, signed Syd Mather and titled to image lower right and left, title also verso
provenance: collection of the artist
Height: 60cm Width: 75cm

 400-800

563
A PAIR OF CHINESE WATERCOLOUR AND INK PAINTINGS BY YI TANG
1972
Depicting ducks beneath willow to one painting and parrots in a flowering tree to the other, in water colour, ink and wash colours, signed and dated, marked also with artist's seal
Height: 33cm Width: 43cm

 150-300

564
AN ANTIQUE STRIP MAP OF WALES, AFTER JOHN OGILBY (1600-1675) 'HIS MAJESTY'S COSMOGRAPHER...'
After Ogilby's 1675 edition of 'Britannia', Britain's first ever road atlas, a
coloured engraving of 'Prestaine to Carmarthen' featuring six strips each with compass orientations and including notable features such as churches, bridges, hamlets
Height: 33cm Width: 45cm

 150-200

565
A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT DAVENPORT
Later 19th century
The davenport with a leather tooled writing surface, a pen and inks compartment, a partly fitted interior with four small drawers, four drawers to one side, faux to the reverse, and raised on pierced and carved supports to the extended base
Height: 85cm Width: 53cm Depth: 53cm

 300-400

566
A SMALL KINGWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE LADY'S DESK
Circa: 1930s
The table in vigorously figured timber, with a serpentine top with cross banding and a tooled green leather surface, two small drawers below and cabriole legs, with cast handles, brass trims and sabots
Height: 70cm Width: 86cm Depth: 56cm

 800-1200

567
A SMALL FRENCH WALNUT STRETCHER BASED OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
The kidney shaped table with a low three quarter gallery above shaped trestle ends and a plain square section stretcher
Height: 62cm Length: 91cm Width: 43cm

 150-250

568
A SET OF SIX FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1930
The square back chairs with carved crests, os-de-mouton mid rails, drop in seats, shaped aprons and cabriole legs terminating in whorl feet
Height: 98cm Width: 50cm Depth: 49cm

 400-800

569
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD DESK
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine top and a deep brown leather surface above a keyhole front with three drawers, raised on hipped curvaceous legs, with cast gilt bronze foliate handles, trims and sabots
Height: 78cm Width: 137cm Depth: 78cm

 4000-6000

570
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930
Of serpentine profile with a purple and ochre mottled marble top above two long drawers with quarter veneer panelling, stringing and floral inlay, a shaped apron and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts, foliate handles and sabots
Height: 78cm Width: 82cm Depth: 40cm

 800-1500

571
A MAHOGANY METAMORPHIC DRINKS TROLLEY CABINET
20th century
The square table with a fold out lid that mechanically raises the drinks compartment, comprising spaces for three spirits decanters and twelve bottles of various sizes, and a small tray; simply inlaid with boxwood and raised on square section tapering legs
Height: 77cm Extended length: 105cm Depth: 55cm

 200-400

572
A REGENCE PROVINCIAL STYLE OAK COMMODE
Mid 20th century
With a serpentine front above three tri-panelled long drawers with decorative cast swing handles and pierced trims, a boldly shaped apron and small tapering shaped feet
Height: 81cm Width: 112cm Depth: 60cm

 500-800

573
A NAPOLEON III MARQUETRY ROSEWOOD PIER CABINET
Circa: 1860s
With a flecked marble top above a floral decorated frieze, the single door cabinet with quarter veneer panelling inlaid with bouquets and tendrils, flanked with fluted columns, with stringing and brass trims throughout, raised on toupie feet
Height: 109cm Width: 79cm Depth: 38cm

 1500-2500

574
A FINE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Early 20th century
The hall stand with a textured hammered finish, with a hat rack above a scrolling and ornate section with a mirror, a lyre style decoration and twelve hooks, the lower section with pickets, a large medallion motif and drip tray
Height: 203cm Width: 70cm Depth: 21cm

 1000-2000

575
A PAIR OF TULIPWOOD MARBLE TOPPED LOUIS XVI STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1900
The elegant three drawer tables with petite knob handles, quarter veneer panels to the sides, embellished with cross banding and stringing and raised on tapering columnar legs, with gilt bronze trims and mounts
Height: 85cm Width: 47cm Depth: 38cm

 500-800

576
A SMALL LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT COMMODE
Early 20th century
A serpentine top in red mottled marble above two drawers of conforming profile with double stringing and bookend veneer details, similar decoration to the sides, a shaped apron and raised on slender cabriole legs, with gilt bronze trims and pull handles
Height: 77cm Width: 65cm Depth: 35cm

 400-600

577
A FRENCH PALISANDER BEDSIDE CABINET
Later 19th century
With a rouge and grey mottled marble top above a fluted drawer and long fluted stiles, a mock drawer fall front enclosing a marble lined interior, three further drawers below, with quarter veneer panelling to all, turned timber handles and raised on toupie feet
Height: 96cm Width: 42cm Depth: 31cm

 300-600

578
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY CHIFFONIÈRE
Later 19th century
The marble topped chiffonière with a pierced brass gallery and three brass edged drawers, with turned supports to an undertier and raised on tapering legs
Height: 74cm Width: 41cm Depth: 30cm

 350-550

579
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

 700-1200

580
A WALNUT LOUIS XV STYLE KNEEHOLE DESK
Later 19th century
With a breakfront serpentine front, having a central drawer with floral carved decoration, flanked by curved cupboards with fielded panels and curvaceous aprons, raised on channel grooved cabriole legs with floral carved knees
Height: 75cm Width: 133cm Depth: 82cm

 1000-2000

581
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD BED
Circa: 1900
An elegant rectangular bedhead with channel groove and stepped detailing to the crest, rounded corners, above quarter veneer panelling with banded and strung borders, raised on conical feet, with gilt bronze neoclassical ornaments, the end board similar
Height: 148cm Width: 161cm (bedhead)

 500-800

582
A MARQUETRY WALNUT LOUIS XVI STYLE DROP SIDE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Later 19th century
An elegant table with 'D' ends, the top with quarter veneer panelling, Berainesque style inlay and a striking guilloche border, a full length drawer, tapering fluted legs and an 'X' form stretcher with a bronze pine cone finial
Height: 75cm Length: 78cm Width: 53cm Extended length: 122cm

 1200-2200

583
A DIRECTOIRE STYLE WALNUT CYLINDER TOP WRITING DESK
Early 19th century
In beautifully figured timber, having a flecked grey marble top above three drawers, a fitted interior with four drawers, a compartment and leather top slide, two long drawers below and raised on square section tapering legs with brass capped feet
Height: 120cm Width: 119cm Depth: 59cm

 2000-2500

584
AN ART DECO WALNUT OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The square quarter veneer panelled table with rounded corners, with a shelf and strapwork legs issuing from the table midpoints flowing to integral stretchers and a small square base
Height: 68cm Length: 55cm Width: 55cm

 500-800

585
AN ELEGANT WALNUT LOUIS XVI STYLE VITRINE
Later 19th century
With a shaped profile having a marble top, a three quarter glazed door with a diamond and floral inlaid lower section opening to three velvet lined shelves, raised on cabriole legs, embellished with a gilt bronze allegorical panel, vegetal scroll borders, trims and sabots
Height: 160cm Width: 93cm Depth: 37cm

 1500-2500

586
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
With three quarter serpentine galleries above single shallow drawers, one with an open compartment, the companion with a pair of cupboard doors, with floral carved and shaped aprons, hipped and curvaceous tapering legs
Height: 69cm Width: 44cm Depth: 32cm

 200-250

587
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

 1500-2500

588
A PAIR OF OAK BEDSIDE TABLES IN THE LOUIS XV STYLE
Circa: 1900
With an elevated tier and gallery above an open compartment with quatrefoil piercings, a small drawer, curvaceous apron and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 71cm Width: 37cm Depth: 29cm

 400-600

589
A FINE MARQUETRY WALNUT POUDREUSE IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
Circa: 1870s
Rectangular with 'D' ends, finely inlaid with burr and coloured timbers, with a central trophy and borders of briar rose and foliage, similar decoration to the sides, fluted legs united by an 'X' form stretcher, the fitted interior with small compartments and a mirror to the lid
Height: 74cm Length: 71cm Width: 43cm

 1300-2200

590
A TRANSITIONAL LOUIS XVI TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Later 19th century
With a white marble top with canted edges, bookend veneer banding and stringing, similarly decorated to the sides, the apron with drop and raised on cabriole legs, with restrained Neoclassical ring handles and ornaments
Height: 83cm Width: 66cm Depth: 33cm

 800-1200

591
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
Of serpentine profile with mottled ochre marble tops, two drawers with floral inlay and stringing, hipped edges flowing to cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts, handles and sabots
Height: 68cm Width: 44cm Depth: 29cm

 400-800

592
A HENRI II WALNUT CREDENCE
Later 19th century
With a raised flat topped pediment, flanked by carved creatures and finials, a shelf with turned cup and fluted supports to a red and grey mottled marble top with plate rack, a pair of carved cushion frieze drawers, carved cupboards and an open lower section
Height: 186cm Width: 131cm Depth: 46cm

 500-1000

593
A FINE ÉMILE GALLÉ SIGNED ART NOUVEAU OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
In oak and walnut, the trefoil shaped table finely inlaid with flowers and tendrils and having an undertier of conforming design, supported on three shaped and channel grooved cabriole legs; inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 88cm Length: 66cm Width: 63cm

 1800-2600

594
A LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a shaped cornice, canted edges, and a part glazed door with a book end veneer lower section, three shelves to the interior and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with ebony stringing, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 171cm Width: 75cm Depth: 36cm

 800-1500

595
A SMALL FRENCH WALNUT OCCASIONAL STRETCHER-BASED TABLE
19th century
The oval octagonal table with a gallery and side supports to a conforming undertier and splayed square section trestle ends
Height: 61cm Length: 55cm Width: 26cm

 60-100

596
A SET OF FOUR WALNUT MEDALLION BACK FAUTEUILS
19th century
With channel groove and ribbon twist frames and carved ribbon crests, open arms, relief carved acanthus supports to bow front stuffover seats and fluted legs; with tapestry style upholstery
Height: 98cm Width: 68cm Depth: 62cm

 1000-2000

597
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1900
The tables with three quarter galleries, a single drawer and an open compartment, having a shaped apron and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 71cm Width: 37cm Depth: 29cm

 300-500

598
AN OAK REGENCE STYLE GLAZED BOOKCASE
Circa 1930s
An arching cabinet with a moulded cornice, a pair of shaped and part glazed six pane cupboards with fielded panels to the lower section, three internal shelves, with bronzed pierced escutcheons and hinges, raised on cabriole legs
Height: 175cm Width: 113cm Depth: 43cm

 500-800

599
A FINE LARGE LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1930
With a bold rouge shell flecked marble top of slightly bow profile with two small drawers, one long, with quarter veneer panels, crossbanding and stringing, similar to the sides, the apron with drop and raised on cabriole legs, with well cast rocaille mounts, lavish handles and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 120cm Depth: 50cm

 1500-2500

600
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

 1500-2500

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

 1000-2000

602
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a purple and ochre marble top of serpentine profile above two drawers with floral inlay to quarter veneer strung panels, a shaped apron, hipped edges flowing to cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts, cast pull handles and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 87cm Depth: 43cm

 650-950

603
A SMALL MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD LADY'S DESK
Early 20th century
The elegant desk with extended canted corners, profusely decorated to quarter veneer panels with flora, with similar decoration to the strung borders, spandrels and apron, a frieze drawer and raised on tapering strung cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Width: 81cm Depth: 54cm

 800-1200

604
A PETITE KIDNEY SHAPED LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Circa: 1930
With a mottled purple and ochre top, three small feather banded drawers with stringing, raised on slender channel grooved cabriole legs
Height: 70cm Width: 37cm Depth: 27cm

 200-300

605
A SMALL SEMI-CIRCULAR TULIPWOOD DIRECTOIRE STYLE COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a fine grey marble top above three feather banded and strung drawers, elegant gilt bronze ring handles and backplates, flanked by a pair of curved quarter veneer panelled cupboards with internal shelves, raised on slender square tapering legs
Height: 79cm Width: 62cm Depth: 32cm

 650-850

606
A FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE AMBOYNA BEDSIDE CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a fine white and grey marble top above a single drawers and a long cupboard with refined ebony and blonde timber stringing, small floral motifs to the cupboard, with curved edges and raised on short cabriole legs, with gilt bronze ornaments, handles and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 47cm Depth: 35cm

 250-450

607
A SMALL TULIPWOOD DIRECTOIRE STYLE CYLINDER TOP DESK
Circa: 1900
The desk with a marble top above three small drawers, an inlaid cylinder with a fitted interior, three further drawers above a slide and two drawers, all with dark contrasting borders and stringing, raised on tapering square legs
Height: 101cm Width: 77cm Depth: 43cm

 700-1100

608
AN INLAID LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD CORNER BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a marble top, canted edges and a fine diaper pattern to the frieze above a pair of glazed and floral inlaid quarter veneer panelled doors, similarly decorated to the sides, raised on cabriole legs, with cross banding, stringing and restrained gilt bronze mounts
Height: 122cm Width: 61cm Depth: 45cm

 900-1500

609
A SMALL LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD KIDNEY SHAPED TABLE
Late 19th century
A small bow front occasional table having a mottled chocolate and white marble top above a pair of book end veneer panelled doors with contrasting coloured banding, the sides and back similar, raised on cabriole legs, with vegetal gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 76cm Length: 49cm Width: 32cm

 600-1200

610
A LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE MAHOGANY AND TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Early 20th century
The cabinet with a serpentine timber gallery and floral inlay to the quarter veneer panelled top enclosed by ebony and blonde timber stringing, a similarly decorated shallow drawer and pair of cupboards, raised on cabriole legs
Height: 74cm Width: 39cm Depth: 30cm

 200-300

611
A LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT PIANO STOOL
19th century
A shaped square stool with a gold velvet stuffover nail trimmed seat and four cabriole legs with relief carved decoration to the knees and whorl feet
Height: 47cm Length: 33cm Width: 33cm

 100-200

612
A LARGE REGENCE STYLE OAK COMMODE
19th century
Of generous proportions, with three long tri-panelled relief carved drawers with cast iron escutcheons, mounts and swing handles, a shaped apron with carved drop and raised on short cabriole legs
Height: 101cm Width: 124cm Depth: 60cm

 1000-2000

613
AN ART DECO PALISANDER 'U' BASED DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1930s
Of pleasingly simple lines with two shallow frieze drawers above the 'U' support to a platform base, with an unframed circular bevelled mirror
Height: 126cm Width: 99cm Depth: 50cm

 1000-2000

614
A FINE DIRECTOIRE STYLE COMMODE IN MIXED TIMBERS
The elegant commode with a Brèche d'Alep marble top above two feather banded drawers centred with a medallion and inlaid crest, a drop to the apron, square section tapering legs, and finely cast gilt bronze rosette and festoon swing handles and mounts
Height: 84cm Width: 87cm Depth: 42cm

 800-1500

615
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD DESK
Circa: 1870s
The brass edged desk of serpentine profile, floral inlaid to the quarter veneer panelled top with contrasting ornamented and borders, the long frieze drawer similar, raised on slender cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 101cm Depth: 64cm

 1000-2000

616
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Later 19th century
With a rouge and grey marble serpentine top above three drawers profusely inlaid with arabesque borders and flora to quarter veneered panels, similar to the sides, with drop, hipped edges and raised on cabriole legs, with gilt bronze vegetal mounts and sabots
Height: 93cm Width: 70cm Depth: 42cm

 1000-2000

617
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE KIDNEY SHAPED TULIPWOOD AND MAHOGANY CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
With pierced brass galleries, figured bookend veneer tops with patterned banding and stringing, similarly decorated to two drawers, raised on elegant cabriole legs with gilt bronze mounts and pull handles
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm Depth: 27cm

 600-800

618
AN INLAID LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a marble top, canted edges and a fine diaper pattern to the frieze above a pair of glazed and floral inlaid quarter veneer panelled doors, similarly decorated to the sides, raised on cabriole legs, with cross banding, stringing and restrained gilt bronze mounts
Height: 176cm Width: 99cm Depth: 39cm

 1500-2200

619
AN OAK LOUIS XV STYLE ENFILADE
Circa: 1930s
The sideboard with a serpentine parquetry top above a breakfront section with a pair of drawers and fielded panel cupboards with carved embellishments flanked by long cupboards, with a carved apron, raised on short decorated cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 102cm Width: 242cm Depth: 59cm

 750-900

620
A FINE HENRI II STYLE WALNUT COURT CABINET WITH ART NOUVEAU INFLUENCES
Late 19th century
The arching cabinet with three upper cupboards finely carved with mystical figures in fantasy landscapes with real and imaginary creatures, arabesques and fluted columns to a similarly embellished breakfront lower section with three frieze drawers and cupboards, a stepped base to squashed bun feet
Height: 280cm Width: 161cm Depth: 61cm

 1000-2000

621
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ SECRÉTAIRE À ABBATANT
Later 19th century
With a red marble top, a concave frieze and a fallfront with a fitted interior above three further drawers, profusely inlaid throughout with flora and arabesques upon book end and quarter veneer panels, raised on small cabriole feet, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 133cm Width: 74cm Depth: 37cm

 1300-1800

622
A WALNUT HENRI II STYLE COURT CABINET
Late 19th century
With an arched and decorated pediment with finials above a glazed arcaded central cupboard, ionic pillars, and side cupboards with relief carved embellishments, the extended lower breakfront section of similar decoration with frieze drawers and three cupboards, a stepped base and squashed bun feet
Height: 282cm Width: 180cm Depth: 66cm

 1000-2000

623
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
With Brèche d'Alep marble tops within three quarter timber galleries, three drawers with ebony stringing on tulipwood veneer panels, similar to the sides, having shaped aprons and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 73cm Width: 31cm Depth: 27cm

 400-800

624
A LOUIS XIII STYLE OAK BOOKCASE
Later 19th century
Having an extended pediment, a grapevine carved frieze and a pair of part glazed doors, the lower sections with carved trophies, flanked by long barley twist pillars, a carved lower drawer with a grand lion's head pull handle
Height: 217cm Width: 136cm Depth: 51cm

 600-1000

625
A LOUIS TRANSITIONAL XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRÉTAIRE
Early 20th century
With a red and grey marble top, canted edges, and four drawers with bookend veneers and stringing, a mock drawer fall front opening to a fitted interior with two small drawers and an open compartment, raised on cabriole feet, embellished with Neo Classical ornaments, ring handles and sabots
Height: 131cm Width: 67cm Depth: 35cm

 900-1500

626
A FRENCH OAK AND CANE HALLSTAND
Later 19th century
With an arching crest above a moulded cornice, a hole to hole cane hat rack and side panels, centred with an oval bevelled glass, a small bow front marble top with drawer supported on curvaceous legs and flanked by umbrella stands and trays
Height: 222cm Width: 110cm Depth: 33cm

 700-1200

627
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODES
Early 20th century
With ochre marble tops, two drawers with quarter veneer panelling and floral inlay, similar to the sides, a curvaceous apron, pronounced hips and cabriole legs, with cast gilt bronze foliate mounts and sabots
Height: 76cm Width: 53cm Depth: 29cm

 800-1200

628
A LADY'S INLAID ROSEWOOD SECRÉTAIRE À ABATTANT
Later 19th century
With a rouge marble top above a frieze and sides with lattice stringing, marquetry decorated to the fallfront with a scene of shepherdess in a landscape and opening to a fitted interior, raised on long cabriole legs, with cross banding and stringing throughout, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 129cm Width: 57cm Depth: 39cm

 1500-2500

629
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY DESK
Circa: 1900
The desk with a brass trimmed, tooled leather top above a central drawer and pairs of side drawers, faux to the reverse, with fluting detail and elegant oval gilt bronze escutcheons, raised on fluted tapering legs
Height: 77cm Width: 130cm Depth: 70cm

 1000-2000

630
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
With three quarter timber galleries above quarter veneer panelled tops with stringing and floral inlay, similarly embellished to the drawers, one cabinet with a single drawer and a compartment, the other with a trio of drawers, raised on cabriole legs with sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 39cm Depth: 30cm

 400-600

631
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

 1500-2500

632
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Later 19th century
The commode with a mottled rouge marble top of serpentine profile above three floral inlaid bookend veneer drawers, the sides similar, having hipped cabriole legs, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 79cm Depth: 39cm

 900-1500

633
A LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900
The two door mirrored robe with four internal shelves and two small drawers, elegantly embellished with quarter veneer panels to the sides, stringing and cross banding throughout with restrained Neoclassical ornaments
Height: 228cm Width: 145cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1200

634
A FINE ART DECO WALNUT EXTENSION DINING TABLE
Circa: 1930, with two leaves
An exceptional table with a superbly polished top and matching leaves, having canted corners relief carved with grapes, strawberries and bramble berries, raised on a striking tapering octagonal pedestal to an oak foot; provenance: purchased Capocchi Melbourne for $16,000
Height: 78cm Length: 158cm Width: 114cm Extended length: 308cm

 3600-5000

635
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE
Second half 19th century
With an arched mirror with an anthemion and acanthus carved crest, with carved 'L' shaped side supports, a shaped central hinged compartment flanked by twin pillars with pairs of drawers, a frieze drawer to the shaped table supported on bold lobed and fluted legs to a shaped base
Height: 167cm Width: 121cm Depth: 57cm

 150-250

636
A FINE VICTORIAN OAK AND POLLARD OAK LIBRARY BOOKCASE CABINET
Second half 19th century
Having an extended pediment with a dentil style border above a central mirror flanked by narrow bookcase pillars, the extended lower section with twin slides, a pair of mirror front cupboards with pairs of carved mascaron ornaments, eight small drawers to the centre, with fine pollard oak and ebony trims throughout
Height: 189cm Width: 109cm Depth: 33cm

 1000-1600

637
A FINE SAROUK STYLE WOOLLEN RUG
Finely woven in deep muted reds, plum shades, teal and yellow ochre upon a cream field, with an allover sweeping floral design with palmettes, lotus and scrolling foliate forms enclosed by a rich teal and maroon border with flora and vase patterns
Length: 235cm Width: 140cm

 300-500

638
A VICTORIAN WALNUT FOLD OVER GAMES TABLE
19th century
With a serpentine profile and thumbnail edging, having a book end veneer top with cross banding and stringing, a green felt interior, and raised on a turned pedestal and a splayed four cabriole leg base, whorl feet and porcelain casters
Height: 76cm Width: 90cm Depth: 45cm

 300-600

639
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT CORNER CABINET
19th century
The cabinet with an extended pediment with canted edges and a central applied ornament, the arching glazed door enclosing two glass shelves, a conforming smaller glazed cupboard to the lower section with a single shelf, raised on a plinth base
Height: 202cm Width: 73cm Depth: 51cm

 400-600

640
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEVAL MIRROR
Later 19th century
The framed arching mirror with 'S' scroll side supports with acanthus leaf details, above a trestle end shaped base with splayed curvaceous legs and whorl feet
Height: 158cm Width: 92cm Depth: 60cm

 200-300

641
A SET OF FOUR FRENCH OAK RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
With shaped backs and scalloped crests with simply carved floral and shell motifs, os-de-mouton mid rails above rush seats, a shaped and carved apron and raised on curvaceous legs with whorl feet and turned 'H' stretchers
Height: 93cm Width: 45cm Depth: 45cm

 200-300

642
AN ELEGANT EARLY GEORGIAN WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET ON STAND
18th century
With a fine aged patina and of gentle bow front form with an extended cornice above nine pane astragal glazed doors with arching scroll motifs, a long drawer with brass drop pull handles, the apron with drop and raised on elegant cabriole legs with scallop shell relief carved knees and terminating in ball and claw feet
Height: 160cm Width: 111cm Depth: 53cm

 1600-2200

643
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

 1000-2000

644
A VICTORIAN WALNUT AND MAHOGANY DRESSING TABLE
Second half 19th century
With an arched mirror with pierced and carved vegetal details flanked by small two drawer cabinets above a bow front table with extended ears, a small central frieze drawer and supported on bold cabriole legs with whorl feet to a shaped base
Height: 164cm Width: 122cm Depth: 59cm

 150-200