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Fine& Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic3144
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Sunday 24 June 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest & Scent Bottles1-42
 Clocks & Bronzes43-80
 Oriental81-175
 Silver176-218
 Glass219-231
 Porcelain232-289
 Paintings290-345
 Carpets & Tapestries346-358
 Mirrors & Lights359-372
 Furniture373-421

001
A FRENCH PRESSED METAL TABLE MIRROR
Early 20th century
An oval mirror flanked by two small mirrors, delicately framed and decorated in the Louis XVI manner with festoons, scrolling acanthus, rosettes and trophies, in gilt and silver colours; with an easel back
Height: 44cm Width: 30cm

 200-400

002
A FINELY INLAID FRENCH BOX
A dark timber rectangular box with canted corners and brass trimmed edges, with a central lozenge, decorative borders and spandrels with brass wire stringing and timber and abalone inlay, the interior with the original purple silk lining; with key
Height: 10.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 12cm

 150-250

003
A CORAL CAMEO PORTRAIT IN A FRENCH FRAME
A profile portrait of a young woman carved in relief mounted upon black silk and housed in a Neoclassical circular frame with dart borders and a pierced foliate crest; with an easel back
Height: 12cm Width: 9cm

 400-500

004
A TUDRIC PEWTER CAKE BASKET BY ARCHIBALD KNOX FOR LIBERTY & CO
1905, year designed, pattern 0357; made by W.H Haseler Birmingham
The shaped oval basket with an arching long handle embellished in relief with pendant flowers and borders of stylised square leaves; stamped Tudric, pattern and registration numbers underside; see same in Victoria & Albert Museum collection, number CIRC 914-1967
Length: 31cm Width: 22.5cm

 600-800

005
DETAIL OF A RUSSIAN BRONZE TRAVELLING ICON, PLUS OTHER
19th century
The arching crest section of an 'Elevation of the true Cross' tetraptychon in low relief and mounted in a fitted oak panel, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Ikonen Galerie Palech, Amsterdam and signed by Hetty J. van Ginhoven, 4th August 1984; and a Greek cross pendant
Height: 15cm Width: 13cm

 150-180

006
A VICTORIAN EASEL BACK GILT METAL FOB WATCH HOLDER
With a hinged domed glass with etched decoration, with fob watch clip support and framed by a scrolling pressed leaf crest, raised on similar legs united by a petite spiral twist stretcher; with original pink paper labels for D. Carlisle, practical watchmaker and jeweller
Height: 12cm

 50-80

007
A FRENCH GILT BRONZE AND TORTOISESHELL INK WELL
19th century
In the Louis XV manner with a shaped base and a rocaille pierced crest, with two ornately cast hinged ink pots and provision for two pens set in the tortoiseshell veneer plate, raised on a scrolling base with integral feet
Height: 12.5cm Width: 22cm Depth: 15cm

 500-800

008
A FRAMED PORTRAIT PLAQUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA
19th century, with impressed mark of probably Evans under shoulder
An English factory oval plaque in tinted porcelain replicating ivory with gilt enrichments, depicting a profile of the younger Queen, in an oak frame
Length: 31.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 80-160

009
THREE HAMMERED PEWTER WARES: A CREAMER, SUGAR BASIN, TRAY
1926-1939, with mark of Craftsman Pewter Sheffield (Viner's Ltd trademark) to creamer and basin, tray unmarked
The creamer and sugar basin of tapering square form with handles and pouring spout to the edges, and an oval tray with pierced integral handles and a shaped plain border with a threaded edge; stamps to two items underside
Length: 47.5cm Width: 31cm

 100-200

010
A SWISS MUSIC BOX
Late 19th century
A rosewood casket inlaid to the lid with foliage, initials and stringing, the interior with a comb and cylinder operated by an external key
Height: 13cm Width: 46.5cm Depth: 17.5cm

 100-200

011
A MARBLE BOY AND A DOG FIGURAL GROUP BY MAX VALENTIN (1875-1931)
A gentle study of a sleeping nude child cradling his dog, carved in high relief against a pillow like cloud of marble, raised on a black marble base, incised signature of M. Valentin verso
Height: 27.5cm Width: 28cm Depth: 17cm

 600-900

012
A MOUNTED HALF MODEL OF H.M.S. VICTORY
A timber scale model with a brass plaque describing the particulars of the ship
Height: 30cm Width: 90cm

 100-200

013
A SYMPHONION SCHUTZ-MARKE DISC MUSIC BOX WITH SIX DISCS
Circa: 1900, Germany, maker's stamps to discs
The walnut casket inlaid with bird and foliage motifs to the lid, with decorative three-quarter pillars to the edges and cast bronze handles, the interior with two sets of combs playing perforated twelve-inch metal discs operated via an external sliding crank, the disks each playing a single tune
Height: 26cm Width: 50cm Depth: 38cm

 500-1000

014
A BRASS SHIP'S BINNACLE AND GIMBAL COMPASS
Circa: 1940s, pattern 0183, registration number 24503B155
A helmet style binnacle with an oval glass viewer and a hinged side compartment to house the original burner, compass with crown and Prince of Wales feathers stamps, compass and body marked with pattern and registration numbers
Height: 27cm

 300-500

015
A LARGE VICTORIAN ELKINGTON PLATE BANQUET LAMP
Mid 19th century, with mark of Elkington and numerals 1010
In the Classical Revival manner with a tapering fluted column surmounted by a pierced border of cupids and a frosted globe shade, the drum base decorated with bas relief Classical figures, with knot, anthemion and trailing ivy borders; stamped to base
Height: 94cm

 300-500

016
A VINTAGE CHINESE EROTIC LADY BONE CORKSCREW
Early 20th century
A cylindrical corkscrew with bead and spiral band details, the handle in the form of a reclining lady wearing a short chemise
Length: 20cm

 200-400

017
A FINELY INLAID BLOTTER BY EUGENIO QUARTI (1867-1926)
19th century
The walnut blotter with brass edging with a lozenge design in brass wired designs and mother-of-pearl enclosed by wired borders, the turned handle with a micro-mosaic design
Length: 13cm Width: 7.5cm

 80-150

018
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor, his face in profile, in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel, the subject holding a pink rose
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

019
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor's consort in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel and depicting the jewelled subject with a fan like headdress and holding a pink rose in her henna decorated hand
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

020
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel, the subject with a pearl earring and fur trim to his jewelled robe
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

021
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor's consort, in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel, the subject with an elaborate headdress and a green tartan type cape
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

022
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor, in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel, the subject with grey hair and holding a jewel
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

023
A MUGHAL PORTRAIT MINIATURE
19th century
An oval half portrait of an Emperor's consort, in watercolours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory panel, the subject with a jewel to her forehead
Height: 7cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

024
A FINE 14 CARAT GOLD ENGINE TURNED LADY'S COMPACT
Early 20th century, German, with mark of Scherk
In rose and yellow gold with a fine trellis design to the body enclosed by formal scroll borders and edges, the interior with a mirror, retractable lipstick and powder cake receptacle, Scherk stamp to lipstick, stamped 14 to interior
Total weight: 76gr (lipstick holder not gold)
Length: 6cm Width: 4.5cm

 1500-1800

025
A 9 CARAT GOLD ENGINE TURNED VISITING CARD CASE
1920 Birmingham, .375 stamp, maker's mark for William Neale & Son
The slender curved case with an angled hinged lid and vacant circular cartouche; hallmarked to the interior rim
Gold weight: 33gr
Height: 4cm Width: 8cm

 500-700

026
A PAIR OF EMPIRE STYLE BRASS PEDESTAL CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th century, France
Elegant tapering ribbed pillar sticks with engine turning and stiff leaf borders to the capitals, lower register, and spreading bases
Height: 30cm

 100-200

027
A STOURBRIDGE CAMEO SCENT BOTTLE IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS WEBB
Circa: 1880s
The elongated frosted bottle in watermelon red carved in the Aesthetic style with white palm leaves and a single butterfly, with a globular spiral sterling silver cap (tested)
Length: 27.5cm

 5000-6000

028
A FRENCH SILVER MOUNTED ROCK CRYSTAL SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1838-1860, with boar's head discharge mark
The elegant tear shaped lay down bottle with an engraved silver gilt turban cap with bright cut and prick work embellishments
Length: 10.5cm

 350-450

029
A SILVER MOUNTED COBALT BLUE DOUBLE ENDED SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1870
Of faceted cylindrical form with an embossed screw on turban lid to one end for the scent, and a hinged screw on vinaigrette with ornate grille to the other, also with a cavity for smelling salts
Length: 9.5cm

 350-450

030
A STERLING SILVER MOUNTED PORCELAIN 'EGG' SCENT BOTTLE
1886 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Saunders & Shepherd, registration number 20772 for James Macintyre
The egg shaped bottle finely decorated with colourful floral forms by Macintyre and having a plain screw on globular lid; hallmarked to the collar, registration mark to base
Length: 7cm

 350-450

031
A SILVER MOUNTED OVERLAID GLASS SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1870
The Bohemian blue bottle of rectangular form with bold cuts and having a hinged turban cap with embossed foliate scroll decoration
Height: 8.5cm

 350-450

032
A PALAIS ROYALE 'GRAND TOUR' RUBY GLASS AND ORMOLU SCENT BOTTLE
19th century
A globular glass bottle with a waisted neck and a hinged lid with a small painted scene of a monument under glass, raised on a bright cut pedestal base
Height: 10cm

 150-250

033
A FINE STERLING SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1889 London, with maker's marks for Samuel Mordan
The round cushion form bottle with a spiral moulded body around a vacant cartouche and a screw on cap of similar design; hallmarked to the lid and crisply to the interior rim
Length: 7cm

 450-550

034
A SILVER MOUNTED RUBY GLASS SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1860
The bottle of rounded rectangular form with an engraved hinged turban lid with press button mechanism, the lid having a glass liner with crown stamp beneath
Height: 9cm

 450-550

035
A CHINESE EXPORT SILVER PERFUME BOTTLE
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
The plump kidney shaped bottle with cartouches of embossed and chased prunus blossom to one face and bamboo fronds to the other, with a screw cap and suspensory chain, unmarked
Length: 4.5cm

 300-400

036
A BOHEMIAN LITHYALIN GLASS SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1860, in the manner of Friedrich Egermann
A flat stepped rectangular form bottle in deep red brown colours with agate marbling, the original lithyalin glass stopper, and having a plain silver hinged cap
Height: 8cm

 350-450

037
A FRENCH DOUBLE ENDED SILVER AND CRYSTAL ABSINTHE/SPIRIT FLASK
19th century, with partial maker's mark and Minerva standard, other
The facet cut clear flask with a turban screw on lid to one end and a removable small beaker to the other, both ends with exquisitely cut original crystal stoppers, cabochon borders to the lid and beaker; hallmarks to the latter
Length: 14cm

 150-250

038
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1888 London, with maker's marks for Sampson Mordan
The cylindrical bottle with a hinged lid and glass stopper, the body with foliate scroll decoration throughout, gilt washed to the interior and thrice hallmarked
Height: 6cm

 350-450

039
A FINE SILVER GILT AND CRYSTAL DOUBLE ENDED SCENT BOTTLE
1866 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Johnson I
Of faceted slender form with a hinged turban lid with mechanical and sprung operation to one end, a screw on lid to the other for the smelling salts with a hinged cap revealing an ornate vinaigrette, hallmarked to both lids and with retailer's stamp for Kenner & Knewstub of St James' London
Length: 12.5cm

 150-250

040
AN ANTIQUE LAY DOWN PORCELAIN SCENT BOTTLE
19th century
Of drop shape with delicate scroll and anthemion moulding picked out in gilt and hand painted to both faces with polychrome enamel floral posies, with a gilded and embossed turban lid with suspensory chain and finger ring; unmarked
Length: 9.5cm

 200-400

041
AN ELEGANT STERLING SILVER VASE SHAPED SCENT BOTTLE
1873 London, with maker's marks for Sampson Mordan & Co
Of slender form decorated with bands of raised linked chains and wirework lace, a screw on cap with finial, twin wire scroll handles and a suspensory chain; hallmarked to body and underside
Height: 8.5cm

 400-500

042
A FRENCH SILVER GILT CLAD BLUE PORCELAIN SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1838-1860, with boar's head discharge mark; maker's 'leaf' mark to cartouche
The lay down bottle of double gourd shape finely overlaid with pierced cagework of swags and leaves, with a hinged turban lid, petite stopper and a suspensory chain with finger ring; hallmarked to the collar
Length: 5cm

 450-550

043
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mark of Franjus of Paris, mark of ?Charles to body
With an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a drum barrel surmounted by a floral urn flanked by an elegant Grecian lady above an onyx and cast oval base with acanthus and reeded borders, with a central garland and supported on square and toupie feet; key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 35.5cm Depth: 17cm

 350-550

044
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century; with key and pendulum
An imposing clock with the well cast bronze figure of Miguel de Cervantes upon a black marble plinth enclosing an enamel dial with Roman numerals enclosed by a decorative gilded bezel and cast frame, with decorative volutes and an extended canted base with trims and pierced scrolling feet
Height: 65cm Width: 40cm Depth: 20cm

 600-900

045
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

 200-400

046
A FINE ART DECO EGYPTIAN INSPIRED CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark of a cog flanked by F & C
In contrasting portoro and veined white marble, of angular design with a glazed compartment housing a gilt engine turned dial and a chapter ring with Roman numerals, gong strike, and surmounted by a sphinx; the side tazze of conforming design; with key and a mercury regulator pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 33cm Depth: 13cm (clock) Height: 24cm (side urn)

 550-850

047
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1840s, with maker's mark for Constantin Detouche
An enamel dial with roman numerals and minute markings set within a rustic drum head surmounted by a female figure emblematic of the harvest, playing a tambourine, raised on a waisted plinth with scrolling vegetal motifs and a shell enclosed mascaron above acanthus scroll feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 25cm Depth: 10cm

 250-500

048
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with key and pendulum
Of decorative cast form with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within rustic rockwork surmounted by a bucolic female figure emblematic of the harvest with a bucket of grapes and fruit in her hair, the scrolling tendril base raised on shell and acanthus feet
Height: 31cm Width: 23cm Depth: 9.5cm

 400-500

049
A SPELTER AND MARBLE LION CLOCK GARNITURE, 'L'AMOUR MÉPRISANT LA FORCE' BY SCOTTE
19th century, with dial marked A L'Esperance, Henri Godchot
With an enamel dial set within a rocky crag dominated by a cupid with bow and quiver astride an imposing roaring lion above a veined marble base, the pair of side vases with amorini and long caprine legs; with key and pendulum
Height: 48cm Width: 41cm Depth: 15cm (clock) Height: 33.5cm (side urn)

 450-650

050
A NEOCLASSICAL ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century
Having a pressed gilded dial with enamel cartouches with Roman numerals set within a waisted case surmounted by a mask and urn finial, with pierced triangular handles and an elaborate base with lion's head mounts and scrolling feet; with conforming twin candle sidepieces; with key
Height: 29cm Width: 18cm Depth: 11.5cm

 600-800

051
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Freres et Cie, Godead of Paris
The clock with an enamel dial set with Roman numerals set within a cast plinth surmounted by floral crest and flanked by an elegant seated Grecian lady playing with her hound, raised on a stepped rectangular base faced with veined marble; with key and pendulum
Height: 39cm Width: 46.5cm Depth: 15.5cm

 250-350

052
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of S. Marti et Cie to the mechanism
A well cast waisted clock with vegetal motifs throughout and a trophy emblem, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and delicately pierced hands, raised on a pierced base with splayed scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 30cm Depth: 16.5cm

 500-600

053
AN ART DECO MARBLE, ONYX AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1925, with maker's mark for Marti
The clock having a square dial set within a black marble circle, and flanked by a seated woman with ivorine face and hands modishly attired in a cold painted decorative gown accompanied by a golden borzoi, raised upon a plinth faced with figured brown onyx
Height: 29cm Width: 69.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 1200-1400

054
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY G. GORI
Circa: 1925
Depicting a modish semi- reclining woman in a gold and black draping dress, and ivorine features, accompanied by a recumbent deer, raised on a black marble plinth faced with cream onyx
Height: 24cm Width: 62.5cm Depth: 16.5cm

 1200-1400

055
A COMPLEMENTARY PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU BRONZE FIGURAL LAMPS BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Circa: 1900, with title plaques to bases; European electrical fittings
The pair of maidens, 'Fleur des Pres' and 'Fleur des Vallées' clad in draping gowns and supported by spreading foliage, each holding aloft a torch issuing stiff gilded leaves and holding electric candles, raised upon faux red marble bases
Height: 74cm

 800-1700

056
AN ORMOLU MOUNTED SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN LAMP BASE
19th century, with European electrical fittings
A finely painted vase with a pair of musical cupids within a richly gilded reserve to one face, and an exquisitely rendered floral bouquet to the other, set within a cast and pierced rocaille mount with leafy handles, a waisted neck and an elaborate base, with a shaped frame surmount to hold a central shade
Height: 80cm

 800-1500

057
A ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1855, with maker's mark for Vincent et Cie
Having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a lavishly cast waisted body with extravagant foliate scrolls, an asymmetric pierced crest, and a lattice panel to the waist above a vegetal base and outward scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 33cm Depth: 15cm

 800-1600

058
A BLACK AND WHITE MARBLE TABLE CLOCK WITH GLASS DOME
Circa: 1800, dial marked Radant à Paris
An elegant Empire architectural style clock with a projecting cornice and an urn finial, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a gilded bezel and embellished with applied spandrels, upon a stepped base and petite feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 50cm Width: 31cm Depth: 22cm

 1200-2000

059
A INLAID ROSEWOOD AND ORMOLU PORTICO CLOCK
Late 19th century
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a finely cast Renaissance Revival ormolu bezel, between pairs of pillars with stiff leaf capitals and turned bases, and having an impressive lyre and cast medallion pendulum, with blonde timber floral inlay and stringing; with key
Height: 49.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 15cm

 400-600

060
A WHITE MARBLE LOUIS XVI STYLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin
The portico clock with a drum head and an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, pairs of columns trimmed with cast festoons and surmounted by an urn and side finials with bursting fruits and flowers, raised on a shaped base and petite toupie feet, with key and sunburst finial; with conforming side vases
Height: 43cm Width: 28cm Depth: 13cm

 600-1000

061
A LARGE SPELTER FIGURE BY JEAN DE RONCOURT
Circa: 1925
The tense athletic figure of a man draped in a girdle, resting on one knee and poised to throw a spear, etched mark of J. de Roncourt to the black marble plinth base
Height: 57.5cm Width: 105cm Depth: 17cm

 800-1600

062
A FRENCH GILT BRONZE MANTLE CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
Circa: 1870s, with maker's mark for S. Marti et Cie
The waisted clock with a drum head and enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings, set within a lavishly cast case with a floral finial, festoons and pendants, paterae and a laureate sheaf base centred with a lion's head; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 26cm Depth: 13cm

 500-800

063
A FINE ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
1827, mark of Pierre-César Honoré Pons and date to mechanism, dial with mark of Jean-Antoine Lépine, horologer du Roi
With an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a plinth surmounted by two finely cast Classical figures emblematic of music and literature, the base with applied festoons and a central winged cherub; with key and pendulum
Height: 53cm Width: 42cm Depth: 15.5cm

 1500-2500

064
AN ART DECO BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP BY ALEXANDER MORLON (1878-1951)
Circa: 1925, design 8776
The silvered bronze figure of a seated nude female nymph accompanied by a goat, displayed on a timber plinth, with inscribed signature of A. Morlon to base of bronze and Medaille d'Honneur stamp
Height: 41.5cm Width: 81cm Depth: 22cm

 1800-2600

065
A GILT BRONZE CARTEL CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XV MANNER
19th century
The lavish rocaille pierced mount centred with a cream enamel dial with Arabic numerals within a cast bezel, with pendulum only; unmarked
Length: 46cm Width: 27cm

 500-800

066
A HEAVY BRONZE JUG WITH A WINGED MAIDEN HANDLE
In the antique manner with heavy green patination, with a Greco-Roman maiden handle, her wings flowing to the rim and supported upon a small platform, a winged putto carrying a goose below
Height: 19cm

 200-400

067
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A CLASSICAL MAIDEN AFTER JENA PATOU
The Art Nouveau inspired water carrier wearing a diaphanous gown, her long hair dressed with flowers, an urn upon a Doric column beside her, incised mark of Jena Patou to base and raised on a dark grey marble support
Height: 31cm

 200-400

068
A FINE FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK
Second half 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères et Cie
The case with a visible escapement, an enamel dial with Roman numerals and marked 'Brevet D'Invention S.G.D.C', with strike on bell to the backplate and two keys
Height: 14.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 9cm

 400-600

069
A GILT BRONZE FIGURE ON A MARBLE STAND
Fashioned as a running semi-clad Grecian lady, poised upon a ball and holding a small ewer in one hand, a cup in the other, upon a cylindrical marble base
Height: 25.5cm

 300-400

070
A BOULLE MANTLE CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XV MANNER
19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin, stamp for J.R. & Co, Paris, dial with retailer's mark, Mappin & Webb, Paris
A waisted bracket clock with gong strike, having a pagoda top, floral finial, gilt bronze mounts and brass arabesque inlay to the scarlet ground, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute marks; with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 13.5cm

 1200-1800

071
A BRONZE MODEL OF A TRUFFLE SOW BY JULES MOIGNIEZ (1835-1894)
The naturalistic model of a sow in rich mottled tones upon an earthy and floral ground, above a stepped rectangular base with rounded short ends in light gold colours; incised signature to long side
Height: 16.5cm Length: 24cm Width: 13.5cm

 300-500

072
A COLD PAINTED SPELTER HORSE
A naturalistically modelled rearing horse upon a rocky base, in deep verdigris colours
Height: 42cm Length: 35cm approx

 150-200

073
A BRONZE PHEASANT BY IGNACIO GALLO (D.1935)
Naturalistically cast and positioned on a near rectangular base with inscribed mark of I. Gallo
Height: 29.5cm Width: 42cm

 500-800

074
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY MENNEVILLE
Circa: 1925
A seated woman modishly attired in a cloche cap and a draping gold and black gown and cape accompanied by a recumbent gold borzoi, raised upon a figured brown and cream faced onyx and black marble base with green tile and black stripe accents, inscribed Menneville to the plinth
Height: 31cm Width: 65.5cm Depth: 15cm

 650-900

075
A FRENCH GREY MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for S. Marti
With a floral decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a fine tooled gilt bezel, pairs of pillars with turned capitals and bases, with a shaped top surmounted by a roaring lion and a conforming stepped base; with key and sunburst pendulum
Height: 38cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14cm

 400-600

076
A ROCOCO REVIVAL SILVERED BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a waisted body of ornate cast and pierced form with an asymmetric crest, pairs of wings, and sweeping leaf and scrolling forms; the twin candlestick side pieces of conforming design; with pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 14cm

 650-750

077
A LARGE NEOCLASSICAL GILT BRONZE COPY OF THE WARWICK VASE
19th century
After the antique, the Warwick vase having an everted egg and dart decorated rim above a series of eight Bacchic mascarons in high relief, pairs of threaded rope and knot handles, above a fluted base and raised on a waisted mottled marble socle
Height: 25cm Width: 33cm

 800-1200

078
A SPELTER MODEL OF A STAG
19th century, with Paris foundry stamp
The naturalistically modelled twelve point stag posed upon rocky ground, in cold painted bronze colours; with circular foundry stamp to the base, verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 33cm

 200-300

079
A BRONZE FIGURE OF A MAN BY ALFRED-JEAN HALOU (1875-1939)
A finely cast and detailed figure of a dashing peasant wearing a cape and carrying a sheaf of wheat, emblematic of Summer, incised mark of A. Halou to base and raised on a stepped circular marble plinth; Halou was a student of Auguste Rodin
Height: 47.5cm

 800-1500

080
A BRONZE FIGURE, 'ALLEGORY OF FISHING' BY JEAN-JACQUES PRADIER, KNOWN AS JAMES (1790-1852)
A finely cast semi-nude female figure with girdle and laureate wreath holding aloft her catch, a folded net over her left arm, and her foot upon a basket above a sea shell strewn circular base, incised signature of J Pradier to the side; the same model is held in the Cleveland Museum of Art
Height: 52.5cm

 1500-2500

081
A FINE JAPANESE WALL CABINET
Regrettably Withdrawn

082
AN IMARI PORCELAIN LAMP
Meiji period,1868-1912, with modern mounts and recently re-wired
A baluster vase with shaped reserves of fenced garden scenes surrounded by flower embellished blue borders, a deep chevron band to the base, with embossed metal ware mounts, quality gold fabric twist cabling, Australian fittings and a modern white shade
Height: 68cm

 300-500

083
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DISH
Decorated to a roundel with deer, cranes and others in a fenced 'friends of winter' landscape, eight shaped floral cartouches to a diaper ground; with apocryphal Qianlong marks underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 19.5cm

 50-100

084
A PAIR OF MINIATURE CHINESE CUPS AND SAUCERS
Yellow ground green dragon wares, each bearing Kangxi marks underside
Diameter: 11cm (saucers)

 50-100

085
A STRIKING PAIR OF MODERN CHINESE RICE BOWLS
The bowls of typical ogee profile with a small foot rim, decorated externally with five roundels of stylised phoenix in pink and purple colours, centred with a single identical roundel; with four rows of script underside to each
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 15cm

 50-100

086
TWO PAIRS OF CHINESE PORCELAIN CUPS
A pair of wucai bowl shaped cups with birds in prunus and bamboo foliage, and a pair of bell shaped cups well decorated with underglaze blue birds in a rockwork and garden setting; bearing Yongzheng and other character marks underside to both
Height: 4cm Diameter: 5.5cm

 50-100

087
A SMALL CHINESE TIMBER CARVED SCENE ORNAMENT
The curved panel with imagery to both sides, to one face, figures engaged in daily life with mountains, pine trees and a pavilion, to the other a boy on a buffalo with an elder figure amidst a pine tree and bamboo landscape with mountains to the rear
Height: 7cm Width: 12.5cm

 50-100

088
TWO SMALL CHINESE PORCELAIN FAMILLE ROSE BRUSH POTS
A rectangular pot with canted corners, decorated in enamel colours to two panels with figural narratives in landscape settings, script to the other faces and a diaper decorated ground, bearing Qianlong seal underside; and a cylindrical pot hand painted with a resting or inebriated figure, probably Li Bai, the Taoist poet and patron saint of wine merchants
Height: 11.5cm and 13.5cm

 50-100

089
A CHINESE DUCK SHAPED POTTERY VESSEL IN THE TANG STYLE
Cornucopia shaped with the neck and beak of the duck serving as the handle, decorated in relief with flowers and button forms with sancai tricolor glaze colours of green, amber and touches of blue, unglazed to the base
Height: 12cm Width: 15cm

 50-100

090
A CHINESE FLAMBÉ DOUBLE GOURD VASE
With a brick red glaze flecked with pale olive transitioning to olive and purple blue towards the base, the waist in deep colours, a thin glaze to the neck; mock Qianlong impressed seal underside
Height: 21.5cm

 50-100

091
A JAPANESE KUTANI FLOOR VASE WITH STAND
Meiji period, late 19th to early 20th century
The baluster vase with a trumpet neck decorated in an iron red, blue and green palette with figures in a landscape setting below a brocaded neck with fan and other embellishments, the base with dragons and floral ornaments, with a stand, the base as found
Height: 80cm

 80-120

092
A PAIR OF CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE FLOOR STANDS
Of typical octagonal barrel form decorated with central panels of figures engaged in narratives in pavilion settings upon a teal ground decorated with auspicious flowers, peaches, foliage and insects, with stud and pierced coin details
Height: 49cm

 300-500

093
A FINE FAMILLE ROSE PUNCHBOWL
In the Qianlong style, richly decorated with cloud cartouches enclosing figural narrative scenes and herons in auspicious landscapes upon a flower strewn gold ground, the interior with a fleur-de-lis red and gold border and a floral spray to the centre
Height: 16cm Diameter: 37cm

 1500-1800

094
TWO LARGE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE JARDINIÈRES AND A FLOOR STAND
The broad ovoid pots with traditional landscape reserves between ornamental floral and lappet borders, and a studded barrel shaped stand with pierced coin decoration and birds amidst peony branches below a border of Buddhist symbols
Height: 35cm Diameter: 55cm and smaller

 300-500

095
A FRAMED CHINESE EXPORT 'MANDARIN' FAN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in rich blue, green and red gouache colours with a continuous panel of figures engaged in narratives in pavilion and garden settings, with floral and gilt edged borders and carved sandalwood sticks, some as found; in a box frame
Height: 44cm Width: 63cm

 400-650

096
TWO ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Freely decorated, one with prunus blossom on a deep blue crackle ground, the other with a bird in a peony garden, a trio of miniature bats to the reverse
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-150

097
A BRONZE DOG OF FO INCENSE BURNER
The figure with a hinged head and standing upon a serpent; with a seal mark in relief
Height: 14.5cm

 100-200

098
AN ANTIQUE ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE AND A BOWL
The slender faceted bottle with considerable heaping and piling, depicting a pheasant in vegetation, and a flow blue transferware type bowl with a deep border with alternating reserved birds and floral cartouches, a dragon to a central roundel
Diameter: 19cm (bowl) Height: 19cm (vase)

 50-100

099
A BLUE AND WHITE CENSER BOWL IN THE KANGXI MANNER
A small compressed and waisted bowl with a broad neck, freely decorated in underglaze blue with a pair of dragons holding floral stems and flying amidst flaming clouds, between concentric rings and having Daoist motifs to the neck, with a timber display stand
Height: 6cm

 50-100

100
A BALUSTER PORCELAIN POLYCHROME VASE
The quatrefoil cushion form vase with applied elephant head handles to the neck, decorated with quatrefoil cartouches enclosing birds amidst auspicious foliage and rockwork upon an emerald, pale blue and lemon diaper ground between magenta stiff leaf borders and lappets
Height: 25cm

 200-300

101
TWO ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Both freely decorated in underglaze colours, one with figures engaged in a narrative in a garden setting, with a domed lid, the other with three figures beside a scholar's table beneath a tree, with a timber lid
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-150

102
A PAIR OF VINTAGE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASES
Republic
era, mid 20th century
Baluster vases with waisted necks, profusely embellished throughout with wire-worked flora in muted and mottled shades of green, ochre, black and iron red, in the Jing Fa factory manner
Height: 16cm

 100-150

103
TWO LARGE BLUE AND WHITE ANTIQUE STONEWARE JARS
Ginger jar type vessels, with lids absent, one decorated with a dragon chasing a flaming pearl amidst swirling clouds, with etched family character name to pot, and; one smaller with fret, ruyi and lappet borders enclosing floral medallions and ring joined scrolling motifs
Height: 25cm and smaller

 100-300

104
A CHINESE BAMBOO BRUSH POT
Utilising the natural form and culm of the bamboo and further carved with bamboo stalks, foliage and pomegranate fruits
Height: 10.5cm

 100-200

105
A PETITE FAMILLE ROSE VASE ON A TIMBER STAND
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
An elongated ovoid vase with a waisted neck, well decorated with three figures on steps admiring a sublime landscape, with script to the reverse and an iron red ruyi collar; apocryphal four-character Qianlong mark underside
Height: 8cm

 700-900

106
TWO DEITY FIGURES, IN BRONZE AND TIMBER
A jovial standing Buddha in hollow cast bronze and one other, possibly Shouxing, in carved and stained timber, with character marks underside
Heights: 19cm and 16cm

 50-100

106a
A BRONZE FIGURE OF SHOUXING
Depicting the deity of longevity with his prominent cranium and attributes of a peach and a staff, in rich brown colours with green patination; characters in relief to the peach
Height: 25cm

 50-100

107
A STONEWARE VASE IN THE TANG MANNER
Heavily potted and of swollen form with mask and ring lug handles, unglazed to the rim and with a crackled beige glaze to the body
Height: 21.5cm

 150-250

108
TWO ANTIQUE STONEWARE VASES OR POTS
Ming Dynasty, about 1600
Thickly potted high shouldered tapering vessels with roll over rims to the short necks with celadon beige crackleware glazes
Height: 17cm

 100-200

109
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE
Of elegant pear shape with a slender neck, decorated throughout with underglaze vegetal motifs
Height: 45cm

 50-60

110
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A lion dog and pup play fighting with a ribbon, and a monkey with a youngster upon its back, signed underside
Height: 3cm and smaller

 150-250

111
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A rabbit, and two rats crawling on and out of a wicker basket, signed underside
Height: 3.5cm and smaller

 150-250

112
A PAIR OF SIGNED KUTANI PLANTERS
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The pots both with two reserves, one with two figures in a landscape, the other depicting a bird sitting in a peony branch, upon a floral arabesque red ground and raised on integral stands with diaper decoration; character marks underside
Height: 10.5cm

 100-120

113
A CHINESE SILVER ARTICULATED FISH OPIUM BOX
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A large scaly carp upon a box with canted edges, decorated to each face with figures engaged in daily pursuits, floral motifs to the edges; unmarked
Height: 9.5cm Width: 15cm

 320-400

114
A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Probably Taisho period, early 20th century, with bordered four character mark
A tapering straight-sided vase embellished with polychrome and gilt butterflies upon a cream ground; bordered black and gilt cartouche underside
Height: 24.5cm

 150-250

115
AN ART DECO PORCELAIN TEAPOT
Republic era, 20th century
The tapering square section teapot with a bracket handle decorated with shaped iron red cartouches enclosing seals and with character script throughout recounting a Chinese tale; red character factory marks underside
Height: 10.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 300-400

116
A CHINESE PORCELAIN TEAPOT
Republic era, later 20th century
A tapering small teapot with bracket handles and a low domed lid, decorated with soldiers carrying a red flag in a snowy traditional landscape, with seal and script mark to the body, and additional script to the lid; a bordered red factory seal underside
Height: 9cm Width: 15.5cm

 300-400

117
A JADE HANGING ORNAMENT IN A WOOD HANGING FRAME
Qing Dynasty 1664-1912, provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
The richly mottled deep green elongated drop relief carved with an encircling chilong, attached to two small beads and suspended in a delicate hanging frame
Height: 15cm

 1000-1500

118
A CHINESE SILVER FILIGREE AND ENAMEL ROOSTER
An elegant fowl, finely worked with delicate filigree work to the breast, legs and body, and individual enamelled feathers in red, yellow and green colours
Height: 11cm

 220-300

119
A FAMILLE ROSE BEAKER
An elongated beaker with a small foot rim, decorated with two figures and a qilin in underglaze blue and a restrained enamel palette of emerald, yellow and iron red; bearing a quasi Qianlong mark underside
Height: 9.5cm

 200-300

120
A CHINESE BRONZE TRIPOD BASED DING CENSER
The body of compressed cauldron form with integral high set loop handles, splashed gold colours to the body; a circular bordered character mark underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 120-150

121
AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE IVORY LETTER OPENER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The opener with a well carved handle depicting a monkey holding aloft an oni mask, with a steel blade
Length: 25.5cm

 100-150

122
A ROSE MANDARIN BEAKER AND A FAMILLE ROSE TEAPOT
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century and after
The richly ornamented beaker with continuous figural scenes to the body beneath a floral and bird border, with twin twist handles, lid absent; and a finely ribbed compressed teapot with a carinate collar, a recessed lid and swing metal handles, with figural narratives to the body
Height: 10cm (beaker)

 50-100

123
A CHINESE CINNABAR TYPE BOX
Of typical circular cushion form, and richly carved with birds, prunus and bamboo upon a diaper ground, scrolls and flora to the borders and lower register, black lacquer to the interior
Height: 13cm Diameter: 26.5cm

 400-500

124
AN ABALONE SHELL VENEER TIMBER BRUSH POT
A hexagonal pot raised on small feet, with inlaid abalone panels to each face
Height: 14.5cm

 100-200

125
A POLYCHROME ENAMEL DECORATED GINGER JAR WITH A TIMBER LID
Of typical ovoid form and decorated in a predominantly famille verte palette with a bird in a rockwork flower garden with magnolia, peony, and scattered with butterflies, with a well figured timber lid
Height: 16.5cm

 300-500

126
A CHINESE NESTING SET OF HARDWOOD STANDS
In finely grained deep brown hardwood, three scroll end stands, the smallest of fitted 'T' shape
Height: 8cm Length: 21.5cm Width: 9.5cm and smaller

 400-600

127
A VINTAGE CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
Depicting a branch of bamboo freely executed in black and grey ink on paper, with script and red seal to right margin
Length: 67cm Width: 38.5cm

 100-200

128
A DOUCAI BOWL
Finely potted and decorated with underglaze blue colours and green and yellow strappy foliage and flowers issuing from rockwork between concentric blue borders; baring a Daoguang seal underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 12.5cm

 200-300

129
A LARGE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT
Qing Dynasty, later 19th century
The cylindrical pot embellished throughout with underglaze blue character script describing a legendary tale; with underglaze apocryphal Kangxi mark in script to the body and bordered seal
Height: 18.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 800-1000

130
A FAMILLE ROSE RECTANGULAR PORCELAIN BRUSH POT
Decorated to each face with auspicious foliage, including prunus, peony, and bamboo
Height: 12cm

 100-200

131
AN OPPOSITE PAIR OF CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASES
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
Delicately decorated in a soft palette with a lady seated at a scholar's desk and reading a book, a vase of a ferns and flowers upon a bamboo stand behind her; red stamp marks underside
Height: 14cm

 200-300

132
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE BALUSTER VASE
Late Qing Dynasty
The carinate shaped vase with a trumpet neck, decorated with a joyful narrative comprising fifteen boys engaged in outdoor pursuits and pranks accompanied by their teacher
Height: 37.5cm

 350-450

133
A SLENDER FAMILLE VERTE BALUSTER VASE
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The vase decorated in enamels with a figural narrative comprising three deity figures, one accompanied by a deer in a three friends of winter landscape
Height: 26.5cm

 400-600

134
A ZHU SHA BOWL
A vermillion coloured pressed ink bowl with gilt enrichments, moulded in relief with chevron and fret bands and a wide border of script, the exterior with a dragon border; a nine character quasi Qianlong seal underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 400-600

135
A SMALL FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOOK
Decorated with a whimsical figural narrative featuring an animated child and an older child standing on a table with bouquet of flowers, with rectangular cartouche with script; bearing a Qianlong seal underside
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 200-300

136
A JAPANESE BRONZE GROUP OF A LION FIGHTING A TIGER
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with a bordered seal mark
A dominant male lion in control of its prey, the tiger with polished stripes to the body and both with amber glass eyes, a bordered seal to the belly of the lion
Height: 26cm Width: 47cm Depth: 23cm

 500-800

137
A CELADON JADE BEAKER
The small tapering beaker with twin pierced chilong creatures peering over the rim and serving as large handles
Height: 5cm Width: 9cm

 500-600

138
A SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL
The rectangular plinth with a rounded top in light amber colours, relief carved with a figure carrying a giant peach, with inked character marks, a lotus flower to the reverse and seal script to the base
Length: 5.5cm

 100-150

139
A MOTHER-OF-PEARL SNUFF BOTTLE
The snuff bottle with a reserve enclosing a lion dragon, a qilin to the reverse, surrounded by applied and engraved tiles of lappets and diamonds
Height: 7cm

 100-150

140
A CHINESE JADE CABBAGE PENDANT
In ice green colours with bright emerald flecks, relief carved as a naturalistic curly leaf cabbage
Length: 7cm

 300-400

141
A JUN WARE DISH
The heavily potted dish with a flattened rim and a prominent foot rim, with a mottled teal glaze and an olive rim and band, the glaze falling shy of the base
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 20cm

 300-400

142
A PAIR OF SMALL FAMILLE ROSE DISHES
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
Fluted dishes with scroll decoration and fleur-de-lis to the borders and both centred with a romantic narrative of a man presenting a lady with a flower, a small child in attendance
Diameter: 10.5cm

 100-120

143
A PETITE CHINESE MONOCHROME WATER BOWL
The painter's bowl of circular compressed form with a pale blue grey glaze and bearing a Qianlong seal mark underside
Diameter: 9cm

 600-800

144
A BLUE AND WHITE BALUSTER VASE
The small vase with a waisted neck, decorated with twin shaped cartouches enclosing boys at play upon a chrysanthemum decorated ground; bearing apocryphal Kangxi marks underside within concentric blue rings
Height: 15cm

 100-200

145
A JAPANESE RED GROUND GINBARI CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, mid 20th century
The small baluster pot with a wire worked pink red rose with bud and thorny foliage upon a textured foil ground, with bamboo decoration to the reverse, having a silver plated rim and foot rim, unmarked
Height: 9cm

 100-160

146
THREE PETITE MINIATURE CELADON WARES
Probably Song Dynasty, and 20th century
A guan type glazed vase with a delicate gold crackle throughout, with label of noted British sinologist, C.P. Fitzgerald; a compressed vase with a long neck, and a globular pot splashed with brown colours with an applied lizard
Height: 8.5cm and smaller

 100-200

147
TWO ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE INK BOXES WITH COVERS
Circular pots with foot rims and covers, one with a vase of flowers on a stand with Buddhist symbols, the other with vases, a table and other objects in a glaze with 'heaping and piling', a landscape to the lower register
Diameter: 7cm

 80-150

148
A CHINESE AGATE BRACELET
Comprising twelve spherical beads of uniform size in toffee and near black brown colours
Diameter: 9cm

 100-200

149
AN OPPOSITE PAIR OF SOAPSTONE SEALS
A pair of well carved dogs of fo upon rectangular plinths, in yellow olive colours with red veins and inflections
Height: 10.5cm

 150-250

150
A CHINESE EXPORT WARE IMARI TEA CADDY
Qing Dynasty, 18th century, lid absent
A straight sided tea caddy of octagonal profile with a typical flat collar, decorated with formal borders of lotus, scrolls, stiff leaves and other flowers in underglaze blue with red enamel and gilt details
Height: 11cm

 100-200

151
A HETIAN JADE FISH PENDANT
A relief carved carp utilising the natural shape and rich green and yellow inflections of the celadon stone, suspended from a black bead necklace punctuated with cream and amber coloured beads
Length: 7cm

 400-600

152
A CHINESE AMETHYST QUARTZ CARVED VASE WITH COVER
Well carved in high relief with a profusion of flowers and foliage
Height: 19.5cm

 240-320

153
A SMALL VIETNAMESE COVERED POT, A VIETNAMESE SHIPWRECK 'PARROT CUP' AND A CHINESE SHIPWRECK COVERED POT
16th century; Early Qing Dynasty, Kangxi period, 17th century
A lobed pot with a radiating petal, ruyi and lappet design; a parrot cosmetic cup attributed to the Hoi An Hoard, with a hollowed half peach encircled by a parrot; and a Chinese shipwreck pot, a marriage piece, decorated with prunus
Diameter: 10.5cm and smaller

 400-600

154
A SOAPSTONE CARVING
A traditional scene of pavilions amidst pine trees in a sublime mountainous landscape, upon an integral base
Height: 8cm Width: 15.5cm

 100-200

155
A LONG STRAND OF JADE BEADS
Forty seven mottled spherical beads of uniform size, attached to green cord with two coral coloured engraved beads, in a red lacquer ware box with bamboo decoration
Length: 37cm (necklace) Diameter: 16.5cm (box)

 600-800

156
A DRAGON DISH
Decorated to the exterior and an interior roundel with a red dragon amidst swirling waves, in underglaze blue and enamel colours; bearing a Qianlong seal underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 200-300

157
TWO BLUE AND WHITE WARES: A BRUSH WASH WITH LID, AND A CUP
Probably early Qing Dynasty, and later, 1644-1912
A small squat cylindrical pot with a reeded handle and lid with a recessed centre with character marks, the body decorated with a floral border below a diaper band; and a later small teacup with deity figures
Height: 6cm and 4cm

 250-350

158
A CARVED JADE MEDALLION PLAQUE
Qing Dynasty 1664-1912, provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In celadon jade and of near circular form, relief carved with two carp amidst swirling waves, the stone with striated carved lines and dark veining to the reverse; held in a carved wooden stand
Height: 11.5cm

 1200-1600

159
A CHINESE EXPORT FAMILLE ROSE PLATE
Late Qing Dynasty
Decorated with a figural narrative scene set in a lakeside arbour and enclosed by a wide border with twelve shaped oval reserves decorated with fruits, flora and insects upon a green diaper ground embellished with iron red shell and feathered motifs
Diameter: 22.5cm

 300-400

160
A CHINESE AMBER GLAZED POTTERY JAR IN THE MING STYLE
A straight-sided jar with sgraffito arabesques and stylised lotus throughout between fret and lappet borders, with a deep toned slightly concave fitted lid with loop handle, with display stand; bearing apocryphal Chenghua mark underside
Height: 16.5cm

 30-50

161
THREE PEKING GLASS SNUFF BOTTLES
Two white bottles and one red, variously carved in multiple bright layers with birds, insects, a cat and flora upon cross hatched grounds
Height: 9cm and smaller

 300-400

162
A FOUR TIER CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX
The lidded cylindrical box decorated throughout with stylised Daoist symbols and maple leaves, with a border of lappets to the base
Height: 25cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 60-100

163
A CHINESE EXPORT 'HUNDRED FLOWER' BOWL
The rice bowl with small foot rim profusely decorated throughout with auspicious flowers including lotus, chrysanthemum, peony and others in polychrome enamels; red bordered apocryphal quasi-Qianlong mark underside
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 500-600

164
A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Finely and naturalistically cast in the round, with lion, tiger and elephant figures and having an aged patina with verdigris; bordered character mark or signature underside
Height: 19cm Diameter: 33cm

 300-400

165
TWO ANTIQUE VIETNAMESE PAINTED CERAMICS: A VASE AND A LAMP BASE
Possibly 15th century
A trumpet necked ovoid 'iron black' vase and a waisted globular pot with a short straight neck, the vase with freely executed borders of lappets, floral and scale reserves, the heavily potted lamp base similar
Height: 29cm and 17.5cm

 200-400

166
A JAPANESE ORIENTAL CERAMIC VASE
Showa Period (1926 - 1989)
The ovoid vase with a broad neck, decorated with two shaped panels enclosing ho ho birds in fruiting pomegranate trees upon a blue dotted black ground embellished with flocks of swallows in red, tan and creamy colours, a red lappet border to the base; nine character painted mark underside; with timber stand
Height: 24.5cm

 150-250

167
AN ORIENTAL CRACKLEWARE DOUBLE GOURD VASE
A creamware vase with applied chilongs and decorated with painted lappets, flowers and tendrils in green and iron red colours; unmarked
Height: 36cm

 80-150

168
TWO ARCHERY RINGS HOUSED IN A FITTED PEWTER BOX
One in glass emulating white jade with green inflections and the other in lapis lazuli with aventurine inclusions; the box with two compartments upon a crescent shaped base with bordered character mark underside
Diameter: 3.5cm (rings)

 200-300

169
A BRONZE FIGURAL TRIPOD CENSER
A cauldron censer with twin monk type figures serving as the handles, the body with shou medallions in relief and raised on figural feet; impressed four-character mark underside
Height: 9.5cm

 100-200

170
A FAMILLE VERTE EXPORT WARE DISH
Mid Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912
The rectangular dish with notched corners decorated with figures engaged in a narrative in a pavilion and garden setting within a deep diaper border with four scalloped bird embellished reserves
Length: 23cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-300

171
A BRONZE MIRROR
A bronze dish mirror of Tang type, with a central creature surrounded by six chilongs amidst fruiting vegetation in high relief, a scrolling border to the rim; boxed
Diameter: 9cm

 100-200

172
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN PILLOW
Of traditional brick type and decorated with a dragon flying through clouds to the top, flowers and water fowl to the long and short sides
Height: 13cm Length: 34.5cm Width: 14cm

 300-400

173
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASE
A long necked high shouldered ovoid vase decorated with an arrangement of prunus, bamboo and peony flowers with butterflies, a fret border to the neck; with a four character quasi Ming mark within concentric rings underside
Height: 32.5cm

 150-250

174
A MONOCHROME GLAZED DOUBLE GOURD VASE
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to 20th century
In a near black Prussian blue glaze, with Guangxu character mark underside; with a carved timber lotus stand
Height: 23.5cm

 200-400

175
A MING PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BASIN
Wanli period, 1573-1619, possibly a Bin Thuan shipwreck item
The deep bowl with a flattened rim decorated to the interior with a roundel and four shaped reserves with floral motifs upon a tiled ground, flowers to the border, the base with embedded kiln grit deposits
Height: 10cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 1200-1800

176
A THAI STERLING SILVER HANDBAG
20th century, tested at about .940 silver
A rectangular bag of triangular profile with a rope twist stiff handle and a hinged flap, richly pierced and worked throughout with vegetal motifs within patterned borders
Silver weight: 385gr
Height: 10.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 350-450

177
A GROUP OF FOUR SILVER PLATED WARES: TWO POTS, A GLASS AND PLATED PICKLE POT AND A TEA TRAY
Later 19th -20th century, James Dixon & Sons; Meridian Co, USA; Stokes
Two pots for coffee or hot water, one of lobed profile and the other of pedestal carinate form, a plate mounted and covered pickle pot with handle, and a gadrooned and engraved tea tray; stamps to all
Length: 60cm Width: 39cm (tray)

 100-200

178
A SILVER PLATED EDWARDIAN MILK JUG AND A SAUCE BOAT
20th century, with marks for Philip Ashberry & Sons, Fairfax & Roberts
An elegant tapering milk jug with a castellated pouring spout and crimped rim, a domed lid and bakelite finial, a bright cut shield cartouche to both sides; a Georgian style tripod based gravy boat with a scroll handle; stamped marks
Height: 13cm and smaller

 50-80

179
TWO MATCHING LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED VEGETABLE TUREENS
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for James Dixon & Sons
Oval bead edged tureens in two sizes with covers and removable thread and cornucopia handles, finely engraved to the covers with a deep border of maiden hair ferns; maker's mark underside of rims
Length: 30.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 100-150

180
AN ART DECO SILVER PLATED FOUR PIECE COFFEE SERVICE, AND A TRAY
Circa: 1925-30, by Boulanger of Paris (service)
Of striking hexagonal form with palisander timber knops and square section handles, comprising a hot water or coffee pot, tea pot, covered sugar box and creamer; with mark of Boulenger and AB and star stamps underside; and a mirrored tray with stepped chrome and wooden edges, and arching handles
Length: 45cm Width: 31cm (tray) Height: 17cm (coffee pot)

 500-600

181
AN ART NOUVEAU HAMMERED SILVER PLATED EWER
Circa: 1900, unmarked
Of elegant trumpet form having a plain upper section with concentric engraved bands and a hammered lower section, a long slender handle and a hinged domed lid with thumb spur
Height: 22cm

 60-80

182
A CONTINENTAL ART DECO SILVER PLATED COFFEE SERVICE AND A TRAY
Circa: 1930s
A coffee pot, hot water or tea pot, a covered sugar basin and a creamer, of tapering design with low domed lids and fan finials, an arched panel design to the bodies with diamond details above tapering bases, the pots with rosewood handles; with a complementary thread edged shaped oval tray; stamps to service
Height: 19cm (coffee Pot) Length: 41cm Width: 31cm (tray)

 250-350

183
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TWIN SWEET MEAT DISH
1915 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Charles S. Green & Co
A pair of conjoined pierced lattice circular dishes with an addorsed dolphin handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 101gr
Height: 10cm Width: 20cm

 80-120

184
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL CANDLESTICKS
1892 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Hawksworth, Eyre & Co Ltd
The two-light pair with elegant fluted sconces and scrolling arms to a central fluted urn and raised on a pedestal with a stepped base, weighted; hallmarked to bases and sconces
Total weight: 1514 gr
Height: 22cm Width: 18.5cm

 1800-2200

185
A GERMAN .800 SILVER THREE BRANCH CANDELABRUM
Early 20th century, post 1886 standard and maker's mark for Otto Wolter
Of elegant hand hammered design with three slender upturned trumpets united by a floral finial, raised upon a ball and tapering spreading base; hallmarks to foot
Silver weight: 335gr
Height: 22.5cm

 1000-1500

186
A STERLING SILVER COVERED JUG
1901 London, with partial maker's mark for W.. over HH
Of elegant pear shaped form with a domed lid with a flat rim and finial, raised on a waisted and stepped base and having an ebony handle; hallmarked to neck and interior of lid
Total weight: 276gr
Height: 19cm

 250-350

187
A FINE SILVER GILT REGENCY STYLE COVERED CUP OR WINE COOLER
1903 London, with maker's marks for Charles Stuart Harris
The urn with caduceus and Hermes head handles, a domed lid with pineapple finial and superbly decorated with an applied grapevine border upon a textured ground, also with gadroons and dart borders, with a 1904 inscription to Charles Woolsey from 'a few of his London friends'; hallmarked to body and lid
Total weight: 1432gr Height: 28cm

 4000-6000

188
A CONTINENTAL SILVER TRIPOD BASED MUSTARD POT
19th century, probably German, with '13' standard stamp, other faint mark
The ornate egg-shaped pot with a conforming cut glass liner, embellished with Renaissance style vegetal motifs, a fantastic creature handle and a rooster finial; hallmarked to rim
Silver weight: 80gr
Height: 14cm

 300-500

189
A DUTCH SILVER PEDESTAL TEA CADDY
1919, with lion rampant mark I for .934 standard, maker's mark AV with star
An elegant boat shaped caddy with threaded edges, the hinged lid with a pineapple finial with a star form foliage mount; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 313gr
Height: 14.5cm Width: 14cm

 800-1200

190
A FINE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER SECESSIONIST CENTREPIECE
Early 20th century, Vienna, with Dianakopf standard, double headed eagle punch, other mark: provenance: acquired Georgetown, Washington
Of rectangular octagonal form with high set handles, a reeded oval pedestal to an ogee profile foot, with pierced elements to the long sides, cast floral rims and pendants and beaded border details; hallmarked to short end and foot
Silver weight: 1200gr Height: 15cm Length: 35cm Width: 17.5cm

 2000-2500

191
A SUPERB VICTORIAN CELLINI PATTERN STERLING SILVER EWER
1874 London, with maker's mark for Stephen Smith
In the sixteenth century manner after Benvenuto Cellini, with richly decorated borders of masks, antelope, demi-figures and flora, with a caryatid handle and mask below the spout; hallmarked to throat
Silver weight: 823gr
Height: 29cm

 3800-4200

192
A STERLING SILVER AND GILT AESTHETIC JUG WITH GOBLETS AND TRAY
1882 London, with maker's marks for Holland, Son & Slater, and; 1879 Birmingham, with maker's mark FE for Elkington & Co
The straight-sided jug with a bamboo bracket handle with foliate mounts, decorated throughout with herons in a bamboo and flower garden, two matching goblets and a similar circular tray; hallmarked to all pieces
Total weight: 1507gr Height: 20.5cm (jug) Diameter: 25.5cm (tray)

 12000-14000

193
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CASTER
1787 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman
With a trellis decorated pierced dome and spiral finial, and bead edge decoration to the body; hallmarked to the collar
Silver weight: 82gr
Height: 14.5cm

 600-800

194
AN ART NOUVEAU WMF SILVER PLATED CUP AND SAUCER
1900-1918, ostrich mark to rhombus within a rectangle, WMF and G
A tapering cup with a simple scroll handle and a scalloped saucer, both relief moulded with a stylised three leaf clover pattern upon a brushed ground, the cup with a burnished gilt wash; impressed mark of WMF to the saucer centre
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 80-100

195
A GEORGE III IRISH STERLING SILVER SALVER
Mid 18th century, Dublin, with maker's mark for Samuel & Walker
With a typical shell and scroll pie crust applied border and contemporary engraving with unicorn crest to the tray, raised on three paw feet; hallmarked to the rim underside, date letter absent
Silver weight: 398gr
Height: 4cm Diameter: 22cm

 1800-2200

196
AN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER COVERED BOX
1901 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Henry Matthews
The cylindrical box with sinuous heart and tulip forms alternating with embossed flora, with a profile 'Gibson Girl' portrait to the lid; hallmarked to base and rim of lid
Silver weight: 108gr
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 7cm

 80-140

197
A MAGNIFICENT GEORGE II STERLING SILVER BREAD BASKET
1744 London, with maker's marks for Aymé Videau
With a pierced scroll and grapevine cast border above a formal arrangement of cross patterns and lavish scrollwork, a shaped swing handle and engraved contemporary coat of arms, raised on four vegetal feet with fanned wheat sheaf mounts; hallmarked underside and to handle
Silver weight: 1766gr Height: 10.5cm Length: 34cm Width: 29.5cm

 10000-12000

198
A STERLING SILVER SUGAR CASTER
1935 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Selfridge & Co Ltd
The carinate shaped caster with a pierced domed lid and a petite finial, with concentric stepped bands to the lower register and raised on a shaped circular foot; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 134gr
Height: 19cm

 150-200

199
A STERLING SILVER BOX WITH AN ENAMEL PLAQUE OF AN OCEAN LINER
1919 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Hutton & Sons Ltd
The circular box with alternating plain and threaded bands with an applied porcelain plaque of a three funnel ocean liner (SS Leviathan?) to the low domed lid; hallmarked to lid and base
Total weight: 171gr
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 120-200

200
AN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER 'LOVING CUP' PRESENTATION BOWL
1907 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Stewart Dawson & Co
The elegant small bowl with an embossed spear head border above a pedestal, with a studded band to the waist and foot and a trio of sinuous pierced high set handles; hallmarked to upper body; with a 1931 inscription
Silver weight: 141gr
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 100-150

201
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER CASED PEDESTAL MUG
1907, with maker's marks for Holland, Aldwinckle & Slater
Bell shaped with a Georgian scroll handle and leafy thumb rest, a gilt washed interior, threaded rims and borders; twice engraved, 1910 and 1939-1964, housed in the original silk and velvet lined case; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 167gr
Height: 9.5cm

 300-500

202
A CONTINENTAL SILVER ROCOCO STYLE MUSTARD POT
Second half 19th century, with Austro-Hungarian import mark to hexagon
The pierced cylindrical pot with four scrolling legs and a domed lid with gadroons and finial, with reserves of cupids in foliage and scrolls to the body; with a blue glass liner; hallmarked to interior rim and near handle
Silver weight: 195gr
Height: 15cm

 400-600

203
AN AMERICAN PIERCED STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL MUSTARD POT
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for George W. Shiebler & Co, New York
Of quatrefoil tapering form with a domed lid, scrolling handle and an open work scrolling base, with the original ruby glass liner and clad with formal foliate decoration; with pictorial hallmark and standard
Silver weight: 76gr
Height: 12cm

 200-400

204
A FOUR PIECE CONTINENTAL .800 SILVER SERVICE
19th century, stamped .800 and with Dutch hexagonal stamp, marked Z
Comprising a coffee pot, tea pot, creamer and covered sugar basin, of compressed lobed form with waisted necks, domed lids with vegetal finials and cabriole paw feet, engraved stylised acanthus throughout; hallmarked to bases
Total weight: 2718gr
Height: 23.5cm (coffee pot)

 800-1400

205
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PARCEL GILT FOUR PIECE DESSERT SET
1878 London, with maker's marks for Henry John Lias & James Wakely
Comprising a pair of grape scissors, a sugar sifter and a pair of sugar spoons, all finely cast with Bacchanalian scenes, masks and trophies, the gilt washed spoons with bright cut designs, in the original case; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 393gr
Length: 23.5cm and smaller

 1700-1800

206
A VINTAGE POLISH .800 SILVER MIRROR COMPACT
Post 1920, Warsaw, with silver standard and maker's initials Z.K
The lid with threaded radiating spokes from the engraved circular cartouche and embellished with two reserves of leafy arabesques, the underside with engine turned concentric circles, marked to the interior
Silver weight: 131gr (excluding mirror)
Diameter: 9cm

 100-200

207
A QUALITY ITALIAN STERLING SILVER PHOTOGRAPH FRAME
Modern era mark, stamped 925 and mark of Florence
Of shaped rectangular form with a gently arching crest centred with a vacant medallion and issuing scrolling motifs, with gadroon details; a timber veneer easel back; hallmarked lower right
Height: 25.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 150-200

208
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL BOWL
1901 Birmingham, with maker's mark for A & J Zimmerman Ltd
The small broad bowl with an applied stepped band rim and a stepped foot, with twin cast Tudor dragon handles; hallmarked to the upper body
Silver weight: 159gr
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 11cm

 130-180

209
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLE SWEET MEAT BASKET
1772 London, with maker's mark for probably Samuel Meriton II
With rope twist edges and a conforming handle, decorated throughout with spiral reserves of pierced trellis and floral work; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 126gr
Height: 5cm Length: 16cm Width: 13cm

 600-800

210
A FINE WMF ART NOUVEAU SILVER PLATED FIGURAL CENTREPIECE
Circa: 1900, pattern 429, illustrated in the 1906 WMF catalogue, page 86
With conjoined shaped and reticulated trays with flying handles and decorated with stylised floral motifs, centred with a seated Grecian maiden with a bird and a posy, and further embellished with sinuous brass ivy leaves and berries, pattern number in relief underside, faint WMF stamp to foot
Height: 25cm Length: 45cm Width: 21cm

 1200-1500

211
A VICTORIAN SILVER TANKARD
1873 London, with maker's mark for John Bell & Frederick Brasted
Of straight-sided tapering form with a hollow loop handle, elegantly decorated with multiple beaded bands and bright cut guilloche borders, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked underside, and with inscription
Silver weight: 217gr
Height: 10cm

 180-250

212
A CASED SET OF SIX FINNISH SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
1950, with 813 standard, Finnish responsibility mark, lion for Hämeenlinna
Crisp Fiddle pattern spoons with anthemion finials, engraved with initials and hallmarked to stems; in the original presentation box
Silver weight: 274gr
Length: 20.5cm

 150-200

213
A SMALL LATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE
1894 Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably Frederick Marson
Rectangular and of gently shaped form with rounded corners, engraved throughout with arabesques, with a vacant circular cartouche and a richly gilt washed interior, twice hallmarked to the interior
Total weight: 57gr
Length: 8cm Width: 5cm

 80-120

214
A STERLING SILVER PATCH BOX
1902 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Adie & Lovekin Ltd
The rectangular box with crimped edges to the lid and base, a decorative embossed lid with arabesque foliage and a plain cartouche upon a textured ground; hallmarked to interior and rim of lid
Silver weight: 61gr
Height: 2.5cm Length: 8.5cm Width: 6cm

 60-100

215
AN ART DECO CONTINENTAL .835 SILVER CIGARETTE CASE
1920s-30s, with standard and maker's stamp '.PV' in oval cartouche
Of elegant engine turned design with a textured body flanked by borders of vertical bands and threading, with a vacant cartouche and original cigarette holder band to the interior; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 158gr
Length: 12cm Width: 8.5cm

 80-120

216
A STERLING SILVER BOXED SPOON COLLECTION, 'THE SOVEREIGN QUEENS'
1977 Sheffield, with maker's mark for John Pinches, Silver Jubilee punch
The set of six teaspoons with gilded cameo portraits to the finials; a commemorative set issued for the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 150gr
Length: 14cm

 100-150

217
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

218
A SEVEN PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA/COFFEE SERVICE, AND A TRAY
1901 London, with marks for Peter Henderson Deere, EJ Watherston (1904 stand); and 1901, with maker's marks for Charles Stuart Harris (tray)
A boat shaped service with gadroons, flute and 'wire work' trellis borders, comprising tea and coffee pots, a kettle with burner and stand, milk jug and creamer, and; a fine pierced gallery oval tea tray; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 7390gr Length: 60cm Width: 42.5cm (tray) Height: 29.5cm (pot)

 11000-13000

219
AN AMERICAN OVERSHOT SOLIFLEUR GLASS VASE
Late 19th century, probably by the Boston & Sandwich Glass Company
The tall long necked vase with a compressed base in modulating deep raspberry to pale pink colours, 'overshot' in clear shards with a trail of pinched and ribbed lemon rigaree to the neck, unmarked
Height: 45cm

 150-250

220
A BRILLIANT CUT CRYSTAL DESSERT DISH AND SIX MATCHING DISHES
Early 20th century
The scalloped dishes each with seventeen radiating petals finely cut with Brunswick stars and hobstars
Diameters: 28cm and 14.5cm

 300-400

221
A SET OF NINE WATERFORD 'COLLEEN' CHAMPAGNE GLASSES
Pattern introduced 1953
Classic tapering glasses with olive cuts and diamond borders, raised on short knopped stems; stencil marks of Waterford
Height: 15.5cm

 150-200

222
TWO BOHEMIAN GLASS BOWLS AND A BRILLIANT CUT VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
A circular bowl with a gilded cusped rim, with etched flora and lattice cartouches to the body; an elongated oval bowl with stepped handles and a gilded leaf border below the rim; and a brilliant cut vase with hobstars, as found
Height: 20.5cm (vase)

 60-80

223
A QUEEN'S BURMESE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1880
A Thomas Webb type vase in typical opaque rose pink modulating to lemon colours with enamel floral decoration; unmarked
Height: 8cm

 200-300

224
TWENTY TWO VILLEROY & BOCH GLASSES IN THREE SIZES
Ten claret goblets of generous size, seven hock glasses, and five tulip flutes, with radiating flat cuts to the body, the claret and hock glasses with knopped stems, the flutes with faceted tapering stems; stencil marks
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 100-200

225
A FINE ST LOUIS CUT CRYSTAL VASE
A flaring cased vase with a flattened and bevelled rim of scalloped form, with deep emerald green ribs to a waisted slice cut base, with stencil mark underside, transparent label to upper body
Height: 25cm

 600-750

226
AN ENAMEL DECORATED GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
A broad tapering conical vase, polychrome decorated with a bright frieze of tulips and cornflowers with foliage upon a clear ground between white enamel borders with gold bands
Height: 16cm

 50-80

227
A LALIQUE CHARDON DESSERT PLATE
Circa: 1980
A press moulded shell shaped plate with a frosted thistle design; etched signature of Lalique France to edge
Length: 20cm Width: 17cm

 50-70

228
A LARGE SIGNED THOMAS WEBB SATIN IVORY GLASS VASE
Circa: 1880s
The broad baluster vase with a wide short neck, decorated in the Aesthetic manner with a bird flying amidst kakiemon type flower branches in textured enamel and gilt paste; faint circular stencil mark underside
Height: 26cm

 150-250

229
A LALIQUE TURQUOISE 'LES BICHES' VASE
1989 re-released by Marie-Claude Lalique, originally issued 1932
An ovoid press moulded vase in a frosted finish with deer grazing in a forest; modern era Lalique mark to foot, with box and associated papers
Height: 17.5cm

 700-900

230
A SILEDA OVERLAID BRITANNIA SILVER RUBY GLASS JUG
Later 20th century Sheffield, 958 standard, with initials S L for Sileda, Wales
A small waisted and lobed jug overlaid with looping bark textured bands and having a tapering threaded handle with a shell type mount; hallmarked underside, with stamp to pontil, probably letter P
Height: 9cm

 50-100

231
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE TUMBLERS, THREE CRYSTAL VASES - ONE WATERFORD, A JENSEN CHROME VASE AND A LLADRO FIGURINE
Five heavy footed glass tumblers with navette borders; a 'Marquis' Waterford vase; an unmarked etched pedestal vase; an unmarked waisted baluster crystal vase with a cut rose border; a stylish modern asymmetric Jensen vase, and; a Lladro figurine of a young girl with arms akimbo, pattern 8072
Height: 25cm and smaller

 150-250

232
A PORCELAIN TRAY AND FIVE PETITE CUPS
Mid 20th century
A navette shaped tray with integral pierced handles and a wide burnished and matte gilt carved border, with similarly decorated straight-sided cups each with loop handles
Length: 39cm Width: 13.5cm (tray)

 80-100

233
A PAIR OF SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER PEDESTAL VASES
1909, pattern H 285, with signature of J. Lander
Bottle vases of Persian influence with applied moulded borders to the lower border above a waisted foot, gilt edged quatrefoil rims and decorated with autumn harvest berries and foliage on an ivory ground; green backstamp and other marks underside; one as found
Height: 16cm

 80-120

234
A PERSIAN STYLE EWER IN THE MANNER OF ROYAL WORCESTER
Late 19th century, unmarked with pattern number II/677 and four dot mark
A tapering ewer with gilded band to the neck and a '7' shaped handle with a fleur-de-lis terminal, decorated with floral tendrils and red flowers
Height: 24.5cm

 50-80

235
A CHARLOTTE RHEAD BOWL AND JUG
Circa 1935, patterns TL3 and TL5
Both tubelined and decorated in a typical autumnal and lustre palette upon a mottled beige ground, the bowl with a trellis design to the lower body with bold flower heads; the jug decorated in apple green with oranges, lemons and flowers; backstamps of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware to both, additional marks
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18.5cm (bowl)

 60-80

236
A MINTONS JUG
1890s, pattern G2133 W
The tapering jug with a moulded and banded square loop handle, hand decorated with a pair of birds perched amidst bramble fruit stems and a flying swallow to the reverse upon an ivory ground, with a gilt dentil border to the rim; puce Mintons mark underside and painted code
Height: 15.5cm

 50-70

237
A COALPORT ROCOCO STYLE TEA CADDY BOX
1890-1920 period, pattern V3461
The shaped rectangular box with cover profusely decorated in high relief with foliate and scroll moulded edges and cartouches in pale lemon picked out in gilt, raised upon scrolling feet; green stamp of Coalport to lid and underside
Height: 16cm

 100-150

238
THREE TEA WARES: A TEAPOT, SLOP BOWL & SUGAR BASIN IN THE MANNER OF ANSTICE, HORTON & ROSE, JOHN ROSE COALPORT, OTHER
Circa: 1800, as found
A spiral moulded teapot with a domed lid and Anstice knop, in white with gilt bands; an oval sugar basin (lid absent) with moulded handles and a puce and gold floral border; and a spiral moulded slop bowl with angoulème sprigs
Height: 8cmdi 15.52cm (slops bowl)

 50-80

239
A DERBY BOWL, A NEW HALL BOWL AND TWO OTHER PLATES
1770-1782, and about 1805, after
A lobed Derby bowl with a bright blue and gilt grape vine border and sprigs to the body; blue crown and 'D' mark of the period underside; and a New Hall acorn and oak leaf pattern bowl, marked 404 underside but pattern 524 as illustrated in David Holgate, 'New Hall', page 182; two white and gold plates
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 150-250

240
A FIELDING'S CROWN DEVON MUSICAL TOBY JUG
Circa: 1930s
Playing the traditional tune, 'Tavern in the Town' and depicting a seated flush cheeked toper holding a mug and jug of lager and wearing a green coat and maroon breeches, with a tricorn hat pouring spout, backstamp underside
Height: 22.5cm

 80-160

241
A FIELDING'S CROWN DEVON MATTITA VASE
Circa: 1930s
A matte glazed ovoid vase with a blue and mauve delphinium design upon a sponged teal ground; backstamp underside and painted marks
Height: 24.5cm

 160-240

242
A SEVENTY-FIVE PIECE SUSIE COOPER MAGNOLIA PATTERN DINNER SERVICE
Circa: 1930s, with leaping deer mark of Susie Cooper Production
Comprising four tureens, two gravy boats, twelve soup coupes with ten saucers, eleven shallow bowls, plates in three sizes, twelve in each, all decorated in cream, soft grey and lime colours and centred with a single bloom; backstamps underside
Diameter: 25.5cm (dinner plate)

 500-1000

243
A ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBÉ ELEPHANT
1962-1996, production period, pattern HN 891A, designed by Charles Noke
Naturalistically modelled with the 'trunk in salute', in rich blood red colours with black details; Royal Doulton and Flambé mark to the belly
Height: 13.5cm Width: 20cm

 60-80

244
A CROWN DEVON FIELDINGS 'AULD LANG SYNE' MUSICAL JUG
1930s
A rounded cushion form jug with a moulded thistle handle and thistle relief moulding to the spine and throat, with a highlander in relief to one side, and highland cattle with shepherd to the reverse, traditional tune lyrics printed below the pouring spout; backstamp underside
Height: 19.5cm

 100-150

245
A GROUP OF FIVE EARLY ENGLISH PORCELAIN WARES
Mid 18th century, Worcester, Lowestoft and other, four as found
A blue and white 'Mansfield' pattern floral cup and saucer, marks underside; a fine Lowestoft 'Redgrave' type two bird kakiemon saucer; a similar kakiemon fence pattern tea bowl with staple repair, and a kakiemon cup
Height: 6cm and Smaller (cups) Diameter: 12cm (saucer)

 100-200

246
A BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN SAUCER IN THE MANNER OF FURSTENBERG
Probably 18th century
The hard paste porcelain saucer with a compartmentalised blue lace type pattern; cursive underglaze mark underside
Diameter: 13cm

 100-150

247
A PAIR OF LIMOGES COFFEE CUPS AND SAUCERS
Straight-sided cans with scroll handles and decorated in 'Rinceaux' pattern in puce and gold colours between gold bands, with gold stamp of Ancienne Manufacture Royale, Limoges underside with pattern name
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

248
TWO STAFFORDSHIRE 'CONFETTI COAT' WHITE POODLES
Late 19th century
The press moulded poodles in two sizes, each with applied sand coats and wearing chain collars with lockets in soft gold colours, unmarked and with typical ventilation holes
Height: 14cm

 100-200

249
A VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER IVORY VASE
1885, pattern 640
An ovoid vase with a broad long neck decorated in the Aesthetic manner with trailing gold paste and enamel flowers with bronze and black highlights upon a satin ivory ground; with green backstamp and date cipher, incised numerals underside
Height: 17cm

 100-150

250
A ROYAL WORCESTER EWER
1886, pattern 1047
The conical ewer with moulded prunus decoration below the rim and a twine wrapped twig form handle, decorated with trailing blue flowers with gilt enrichments; green backstamp and faint registration mark underside
Height: 26cm

 150-180

251
A PAIR OF ROYAL WORCESTER GILDED CREAM TRUMPET VASES
Circa: 1860s-70s, with faint stamps, painted marks 48
Fluted trumpet vases with pierced rims, having three butterfly moulded side pockets upon scrolling buttresses above trefoil bases, one with rim A/F; impressed factory and registration marks underside
Height: 23.5cm

 150-200

252
A VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER MOULDED JUG
1884, design 1185
An ovoid sectioned jug with a reeded handle in shot gold colours with leafy mounts, having bold applied pointed leaf motifs to the body and enamel floral decoration in colours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground; puce backstamp underside with registration mark
Height: 20cm

 150-240

253
A VICTORIAN CROWN DERBY YELLOW GROUND VASE
1887, retailer's mark for Davis Collamore & Co, New York
With Art Nouveau influences, the slightly compressed bulbous vase with a moulded neck and rim, decorated with trailing flora in tubelined and shot gold colours, the neck moulded with stems blossoming into flowers at the rim; backstamp underside
Height: 19cm

 150-200

254
A FRENCH FAIENCE ASPARAGUS DISH IN THE MANNER OF ONNAING
Late 19th to early 20th century
A rectangular dish with osier, grapevine and asparagus moulding in emerald, olive, and touches of mauve and maroon colours, with a removable pierced drainer tray, impressed mark 'A' and etched possibly later crossed marks, indistinct painted marks underside
Height: 7cm Length: 37.5cm Width: 23.5cm

 100-150

255
A SIGNED CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN TRINKET BOX
19th to 20th century, mark of 'L' crossed with a scroll
The shaped Rococo style box of cushion profile, featuring a romantic idyll with a shepherd and a maiden to the lid upon a deep blue ground, a landscape scene to the front shaped cartouche and gilt scrollwork throughout, with gilt metal mounts and faint signature
Height: 5cm Width: 9cm Depth: 6.5cm

 300-400

256
A LOWESTOFT BUTTERBOAT
Circa: 1770
The deep leaf shaped boat with a square twig handle and decorated to the interior with a trellis border above an oriental landscape with trees and a pavilion beside a lake; with a blue probable workmen's mark underside; see similar in 'The Watney Collection, Part III, Lot 997
Height: 4cm

 80-150

257
A COALPORT CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1810
The bute shaped cup and saucer, both finely decorated in a bold pink, purple, and red palette with lily, rose, alstroemeria, convolvulus and tulip upon a gilded ground, unmarked
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

258
A HANS SLOANE CHELSEA BOTANICAL STUDY PLATE
Circa: 1755, brown anchor mark underside
A moulded plate decorated in subtle purple and emerald colours with a fine oriental poppy specimen, based on illustrations by Philip Miller, curator of the Chelsea Physic Garden, London, of which Sir Hans Sloane, physician, naturalist, collector, and founder of The British Museum, was benefactor
Diameter: 21.5cm

 80-120

259
A COALPORT PLATE WITH DECORATION ATTRIBUTED TO STEPHEN LAWRENCE
Circa: early 1840s
A richly decorated plate with a moulded edge, three Rococo oval cartouches to the cobalt border with floral studies and further sprigs in white enamel and gilt, a fine deep pink anemone specimen to the centre; impressed mark underside
Diameter: 24cm

 80-120

260
A NEW HALL JAPAN PATTERN TRIO
Circa: 1812-1815, pattern 1163
In typical mazarine blue, pale blue and orange colours with gilt enrichments, depicting a figure on a bridge in a pavilion and lakeside garden setting, unmarked; illustrated in David Holgate, 'New Hall', page 209, plate 332
Heights: 5.5cm and 6cm (cups) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 70-120

261
A COALPORT FLORAL DISH AND A MINTON FRUIT STUDY PLATE
Circa: 1820 and 1830
A moulded and shaped rectangular dish centred with a fine floral study of roses and polyanthus, a Coalport 'Improved Feltspar Porcelain' circular stamp underside; a moulded pale teal Minton plate with white and gilt enrichments, centred with a vibrant fruit study attributed to Thomas Steel, unmarked
Length: 25cm Width: 23cm

 80-120

262
A CHELSEA DISH AND A SWANSEA DESSERT PLATE
Circa: 1755, brown anchor mark Chelsea; 1814-1824 Swansea pattern 257
A moulded oval dish with a thick glassy glaze decorated with polychrome fruits and insects, painted brown anchor underside; and a buff bordered plate with bold pink cabbage style flowers and gilt pineapple motifs, with impressed and red painted marks underside
Diameter: 22cm and other

 80-120

263
A SPODE COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
Circa: 1800-1805, unmarked
The can with a single kick to the looped handle, finely decorated to both pieces with formal borders of stylised heart shaped vegetal motifs and slender lappets, in gilt, with black and red accents, below dentil and plain gilt bands
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

264
A SPODE COFFEE CAN AND SAUCER
Circa: 1800-1805, unmarked
The can with a single kick to the looped handle, finely decorated to both pieces in iron red, olive, gilt and matte bronze colours with Neoclassical floral swags, fanned vegetal motifs, and gilded rims
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 50-100

265
A VICTORIAN ENGLISH FACTORY PORCELAIN TEAPOT
1872, with painted mark 1/422 and registration stamp
The compressed ovoid pot with an arching vegetal twist handle with extravagant leafy mounts, a moulded central border of turquoise cabochons and stylised flora with gilt enrichments on a cream ground, raised on four rounded feet; marks underside
Height: 19.5cm

 100-200

266
TWO PRATTWARE TERRACOTTA JUGS
Mid 19th century
The pear-shaped jugs in two sizes with wide friezes of Roman borders in polychrome enamel enamels below a proud gilded ring and geometric bands to the rim; unmarked to one, the other with a trio of green dots
Heights: 16.5cm and 15.5cm

 100-150

267
A SÈVRES PORCELAIN ÉCUELLE AND STAND
1756
The round broth bowl with cover and stand finely decorated with polychrome floral posies, gilt dentil borders and gilt punctuated blue bands, the handles moulded as fruiting and leafy twigs, blue ciphers underside with date letter
Diameter: 20.5cm (plate)

 300-500

268
A MINTON PARIAN WARE STATUE OF 'SOLITUDE'
1852, by J. Lawlor for the Art Union of London
A contemplative semi-clad Classical maiden seated upon a rock and flanked by a heron, incised title to the base, impressed marks of J. Lawlor and the Art Union of London to the reverse; Minton marks to the interior and letters F S
Height: 50cm

 400-600

269
A SPODE IMARI BASKET
Circa: 1825, pattern 2635
The shaped rectangular basket with an arching handle, having an imari type blue and iron red border with gilt enrichments centred with a polychrome oriental floral arrangement; impressed Spode mark, 9, and painted marks
Height: 12cm Length: 20.8cm Width: 18cm

 100-150

270
A PAIR OF ROYAL DOULTON TUBE-LINED STONEWARE VASES
Post 1922, with signature of Maude Bowden, stamped X8721Z and 10031
Blue mottled glaze baluster vases with waisted necks and a broad frieze of fruiting grapevines in muted purple, blue, amber and light green colours; impressed stamps and incised marks underside
Height: 30.5cm

 250-400

271
A LARGE MOORCROFT ANEMONE BALUSTER VASE
Circa: 1940s
With a deep border of tubelined flowers in watercolour style glazes in maroon, white and blue purple hues with green foliage upon a deep Prussian green and ink blue ground; with impressed marks and facsimile signature
Height: 26cm

 900-1200

272
A MOORCROFT PEAR SHAPED ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers with maroon, white, and purple blue glazes and green foliage upon a suffused and rich Prussian green and ink blue ground; with facsimile signature, and impressed Moorcroft and Made in England marks
Height: 15.5cm

 300-480

273
A MOORCROFT WAISTED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
An elegant small vase with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in washed maroon, white and purple blue glazes, the green foliage merging to a suffused Prussian green background upon a mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 11cm

 150-250

274
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE POT VASE
Circa: 1950s
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue watercolour style glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; impressed marks of Moorcroft and Made in England
Height: 10.5cm

 200-280

275
A SMALL MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
A bottle vase with a pair of tubelined flowers in maroon, blue and white colours and surrounded by mid green foliage on an inky blue ground; with impressed marks of Moorcroft and Made in England
Height: 9.5cm

 80-120

276
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE BOWL
1930s-late 1940s
The bowl with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in rich saturated purple blue and maroon and white colours with light green foliage upon a Prussian green and inky blue ground; with impressed Moorcroft mark and printed paper Royal Warrant label
Height: 8.5cm

 250-350

277
A MOORCROFT HIGH SHOULDERED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 13.5cm

 250-300

278
A CORONET WARE 'LILYPOND' TWO TIER AFTERNOON TEA STAND
Circa: 1930s, pattern 6677, made by Parrott & Company
The Art Deco stand with a chrome stem and 'T' shaped bakelite handle, hand decorated with sunken lilypond scenes in lemon, orange, blue and green enamel colours; backstamps underside
Height: 24.5cm

 60-100

279
A PARIS PORCELAIN STYLE DECORATED VASE AND BASE
19th century
The moulded baluster vase of exaggerated form with a cup shaped rim embellished with masks, winged espagnolette handles and raised on a shaped base with scroll and shell motifs, with a floral painted reserve to one face and a romantic scene to the other; unmarked
Height: 25.5cm

 100-200

280
TWO ENGLISH COPPER LUSTRE WARE JUGS, BY RIDDLE & BRYAN, AND IN THE MANNER OF SUNDERLAND
Circa: 1820s-30s
A Riddle & Bryan jug with a notched scroll handle, moulded spout and a broad lemon border with clock face images bearing maker's name; the other with a broad cream border of meandering flowers in colours with purple lustre Leaves
Height: 13cm and smaller

 80-100

281
A BERNARD MOORE POTTERY BOWL
Early 20th century
The octagonal faceted bowl in red with cream panels suffused with smoky grey, decorated with red formal flowers and sprigs, the interior with a similar border; painted mark underside
Height: 8.5cm Length: 20cm Width: 20cm

 400-700

282
A BERNARD MOORE FLAMBÉ POTTERY VASE
Early 20th century
A waisted baluster vase in rich mottled blood red, purple and orange glazes, with a suffused purple teal puddle, monogram underside
Height: 14cm

 150-250

283
A BERNARD MOORE FLAMBÉ POTTERY VASE
Early 20th century
A waisted baluster vase in rich red and black mottled colours with a gilt outlined peacock and kakiemon prunus branches; painted marks underside
Height: 14.5cm

 200-300

284
A FINE ROYAL DOULTON 'SUNG' FLAMBÉ VASE
Circa: 1925, design 2146, with marks for Noke, signature of F. Allen to body
An elegant tapering vase of compressed pear shape in rich blood purple and amber red colours with mottled blue green amoebic forms scattered with red dots; Royal Doulton Flambé stamp, signature of Noke, mark of Sung underside
Height: 24cm

 200-350

285
A MINTON PARIAN WARE FIGURE OF 'CLORINDA' AFTER THE MODEL BY JOHN BELL (1812-1895)
1848, with inscribed mark of John Bell and date, February 1848; pattern 203
The weary figure of Clorinda the pagan warrior in battle dress, her helmet and gloves at her feet; marks of modeller and date to reverse; impressed ermine mark for Minton and pattern number underside
Height: 34.5cm

 320-400

286
A COLLECTION OF NINE PLATES: FRENCH FAIENCE AND OTHER
19th century, Creil et Montereau, Gien, HB Choisy le Roy; and other
Five Creil et Montereau faience lead glazed earthenware plates in grisaille depicting history subjects; two faience story plates by Gien and HB Choisy le Roy, depicting the burning of Joan of Arc; and a pair of pink bordered plates with European rural scenes, unmarked
Diameter: 23.5cm and smaller

 50-100

287
A FRENCH BLEU CELESTE COFFEE SERVICE WITH MARKS OF SÈVRES
19th century, bearing various dates including 1764 and 1779, signed A. Daret
A set comprising: six cups, six saucers, a teapot, covered sugar basin and creamer, finely decorated with gilt paste decorations and tooled cartouches enclosing handpainted floral bouquets and romantic scenes after Fragonard; with painted blue crossed 'L' marks underside, decorator's marks 'S...'
Height: 13.5cm (coffee pot)

 300-500

288
A 121 PIECE ROSENTHAL GOLD AND CREAM DINNER SERVICE
The 'San Souci' service for twelve comprising: 12 dinner plates, 13 soup dishes, 23 side plates, 11 cups and 12 saucers, 13 coupes and 12 saucers, 12 egg cups, five serving dishes, two covered tureens, a four piece tea and coffee service, two gravy boats and a covered butter dish; backstamps underside
Height: 28.5cm (coffee pot)

 500-800

289
A TWENTY FIVE PIECE PMR BAVARIA JAEGER & CO COFFEE SERVICE
1946-1949, with peacock and US Zone stamp
A service for ten comprising: ten pedestal cups and twelve saucers, a pear shaped coffee pot, sugar bowl and creamer, all richly decorated with bright gold trims and trailing flora and sprigs on an ink blue ground; green backstamps underside
Height: 17.5cm (coffee pot)

 80-100

290
MID 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Abstract
Acrylic on board, signed and dated indistinctly possibly Mario Silva '65 lower right
Height: 49cm Width: 69cm

 50-100

291
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL
Young Victorian girl
Watercolour on paper, unsigned
Height: 17cm Width: 14.5cm

 50-100

292
MINNS, BENJAMIN EDWIN (1864-1937)
Aboriginal study
Etching, any additional markings unknown due to framing
Height: 7.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 80-150

293
BERNALDO, ALLAN THOMAS (1900-1988)
Still life - a mixed bunch
Watercolour on card, signed Allan T. Bernaldo lower right
Height: 16.5cm Width: 22cm

 250-350

294
FILIPICH, WERNER (B.1943)
'Woodford Bay'
Oil on board, signed and dated Werner Filipich 1991 lower right, title lower left
Height: 10.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 100-150

295
COLQUHOUN, ENID (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'...St Albans NSW'
Watercolour on paper, signed Colquhoun lower left, faint partial title and artist's name verso
Height: 17cm Width: 22.5cm

 50-80

296
COBB, VICTOR ERNEST (1876-1945)
''Nerangi Mundowie' (Pretty Foot) Aust. Native 'The sadness of a dying race''
Etching, signed and dated Victor Cobb 1937 lower right to plate, signed Victor Cobb and editioned 40/85 in pencil below image
Height: 15cm Width: 12cm

 80-150

297
NOWEY, M? (19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Fox watching ducks, and, dog scaring chickens (pair)
Oils on timber panels, both signed M. Nowey? lower right
Height: 19cm Width: 24cm

 200-400

298
AUSTIN, WALTER HAROLD (1871-1971) (BRITISH SCHOOL)
Roses
Watercolour and gouache on paper, signed W.H. Austin lower right; W.H. Austin was one of the Royal Worcester porcelain company's foremost decorators specialising in floral themes
Height: 16.5cm Width: 22cm

 200-300

299
BERNALDO, ALLAN THOMAS (1900-1988)
'Proteas'
Watercolour and gouache on artist's board, signed Allan T. Bernaldo lower right; title verso
Height: 28cm Width: 26.5cm

 300-500

300
PROUT, SAMUEL (1783-1852, BRITISH SCHOOL) (ATTRIBUTED)
Rustic figures by a tower bridge
Watercolour on paper, signed Prout lower left
Height: 16cm Width: 24cm

 300-500

301
HASSEN, M. (20TH CENTURY ARABIAN SCHOOL)
Tribesmen with camels (pair)
Watercolours on paper, both signed M Hassen lower right
Height: 13cm Width: 36cm

 100-200

302
HARPIGNIES, HENRI (1819-1913)
Tors with forest
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated H. Harpignies 1838 with possible place name lower left, housed in a timber frame with a name plaque; a member of the French Barbizon school Harpignies is represented in international collections including: the Metropolitan Museum New York, The National Gallery and Tate Galleries London, Musee d'Orsay Paris, NGA
Height: 12cm Width: 20cm

 100-150

303
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'The Silent Bush, Macedon'
Oil on canvas board, signed Chamerski lower left and partially lower right; title verso
Height: 31cm Width: 22.5cm

 150-200

304
SHERMAN, ALBERT T. (1882-1971)
Still life - white dogwood
Oil on board, signed Albert T. Sherman lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 32cm

 800-1500

305
A VICTORIAN STEEL ENGRAVED HAND COLOURED PRINT
'An Arab cafe at Constantine', after a picture by Hedouin and published in 'The Art Journal' 1874
Height: 15.5cm Width:

 20-30

306
COBB, VICTOR ERNEST (1876-1945)
'An evening note Coburg'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Victor Cobb 1935 in pencil lower left; with title and artist's name and address to label verso
Height: 27.5cm Width: 18cm

 100-200

307
20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Bushland
Pen and ink wash on paper, with monogram and dated '80 lower right
Height: 29cm Width: 23.5cm

 60-100

308
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'Old Paddington, Sydney'
Oil on artist's board, signed Chamerski lower right, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 29cm Width: 23.5cm

 200-300

309
WHEELER, CHARLES (1881-1977)
'An entrance gate, Toledo'
Pencil sketch on paper, with artist's rubber stamp lower right, and title
Height: 26cm Width: 18.5cm

 150-250

310
DIXON, CHARLES EDWARD R.I., (1872-1934)
'Flood Tide'
Watercolour on paper, titled, signed and dated Charles Dixon '02 lower left; Dixon was a renowned British painter of maritime, coast and river scenes, with particular interest in documenting Thames ports
Height: 36cm Width: 31.5cm

 600-950

311
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'At Day's End, Maldon'
Oil on composition board, signed Chamerski lower right, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 15cm Width: 59.5cm

 200-400

312
GRIFFITHS, HARLEY CAMERON (1908-1991)
Still life - pears and chestnuts
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated H Griffiths '77 lower right
Height: 41.5cm Width: 51.5cm

 1500-2500

313
COLLINSON, M (ACTIVE 1980s)
'Seclusion, Mt Macedon'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated M. Collinson 1986 lower right
Height: 26.5cm Width: 35cm

 60-100

314
EMMETT, JOHN (B.1927)
'Jamieson Valley from Malaita Point, Katoomba'
Oil on canvas board, signed John Emmett lower right, title to label verso
Height: 36.5cm Width: 44cm

 80-100

315
20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Old timer panning for gold
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 33cm Width: 25cm

 50-80

316
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'Morning Still - Mt Macedon'
Oil on board, signed Chamerski lower right, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 29.5cm Width: 39cm

 200-400

317
MUTSAERS, FRANK (1920-2005)
'After the rain at Healesville'
Oil on canvas board, signed Frank Mutsaers lower right, title verso, together with a signed copy of Frank Mutsaer's book, 'A Collection of Paintings'
Height: 29cm Width: 34cm

 150-300

318
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'Collecting wildflowers near Mentone'
Oil on composition board, signed Chamerski lower left, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 40cm Width: 29cm

 300-500

319
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'North Head from Balmoral Beach, NSW'
Oil on composition board, signed Chamerski lower left, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 200-400

320
MILTON, CAROLE (B. 1937)
'Flags by the sea, Coogee NSW'
Oil on board signed C. Milton lower left, with title to label, artist's card, and 2003 dedication by the artist verso
Height: 30cm Width: 21cm

 80-160

321
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'The Glittering Sea, Lorne'
Oil on canvas, signed Chamerski lower right; title verso
Height: 36.5cm Width: 44cm

 200-400

322
McINNES, VIOLET M. (1892-1971)
Still life - blue and white lilac
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Violet M. McInnes 1945 lower right
Height: 49.5cm Width: 38cm

 800-1400

323
LINDSAY, PERCEVAL CHARLES (PERCY) (1870-1952)
'Boats moored near the shore'
Pencil sketch on paper, unsigned, with Certificate of Authenticity signed by Warren Plumber, Art Valuer: provenance: Peter H. Lindsay, artist's son
Height: 12cm Width: 18.5cm

 120-200

324
McCLINTOCK, ALEXANDER C. (1869-1922)
Misty landscape
Watercolour on paper, signed A McClintock in pencil lower right; and to the reverse, another watercolour scene of a cow drinking by a riverbank, apparently unsigned
Height: 31cm Width: 42cm

 100-200

325
MODIGLIANI, AMEDEO (1884-1920) (AFTER)
Two nudes
Offset lithographs from the portfolio 'Forty Five Drawings by Modigliani' (1959) after the original drawings, from an edition of 1000, printed with blind stamps, facsimile signature and published by Giulio Einaudi Editore, Turin and Grove Press Inc., New York
Height: 39.5cm Width: 23.5cm and other smaller

 300-500

326
NERLI, GIROLAMO PIERI BALLATI (1860-1926)
'Portrait of a young man'
Profile roundel in pastel on paper, signed with monogram and signature, Nerli, left of image; subject reputedly Edward Barron of Christchurch, the artist's brother-in-law; provenance: private collection, Mossgreen 4/9/2017, Lot 3; Dunbar Sloane, Wellington, 28/7/1999, Lot 129A
Diameter: 41cm

 1000-2000

327
YOUNG, ROBERT F. (B.1926)
'Pushing for time'
Watercolour on paper, signed R. Young lower right, title verso
Height: 16.5cm Width: 44.5cm

 300-500

328
EARLY 20th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Orientalist scene of women bathing
Lithograph, signed in pencil below image lower right, apparently Cumming
Height: 32cm Width: 39.5cm

 80-150

329
COX, REGINALD C. (B.1946)
'River Warrandyte, Vic'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated R. Cox '85 lower right
Height: 52.5cm Width: 17cm

 80-120

330
SUTZKEVER, RINA (B.1945) (RUSSIAN/ISRAELI SCHOOL)
'Hat Poppy'
Oil and tempera on board, signed Rina Sutzkever lower left; title verso and gallery label for GFA (Global Fine Arts) 12th Avenue, Dania Florida USA
Height: 50cm Width: 70cm

 50-150

331
BENNETT, WILLIAM RUBERY (1893-1997)
Misty road
Oil on canvas, signed Rubery Bennett lower right
Height: 37cm Width: 44cm

 1000-2000

332
McINNES, VIOLET M. (1892-1971)
Still life - a mixed bunch
Oil on canvas board, signed Violet M McInnes lower right
Height: 56cm Width: 45cm

 1200-2000

333
MENPES, MORTIMER LUDINGTON (1860-1938)
'The Pool of London' also known as 'Harbour scene with smokestack and crane'
Dry point and etching, artist's proof signed Mortimer Menpes in pencil below image lower right; this image is housed in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia
Height: 30cm Width: 40.5cm

 600-800

334
McINNES, VIOLET M. (1892-1971)
Still life - mixed roses in a vase
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Violet M McInnes 1935 lower right
Height: 57.5cm Width: 67.5cm

 1500-2500

335
CHAMERSKI, RICHARD (B.1951)
'Balmoral afternoon - Sydney Harbour'
Oil on canvas board, signed Chamerski lower right, with title to artist's label verso
Height: 50cm Width: 65cm

 200-400

336
LANTS, GERARD GEORGE (1927-1998)
Edwardian lady and son
Watercolour and gouache on paper signed Lants lower left
Height: 53cm Width: 36cm

 200-400

337
EARLY 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Still life: grapes and persimmons
Oil on canvas, incised initials and date, apparently E.T '27 lower left
Height: 40cm Width: 75cm

 200-300

338
BROAD, ALFRED SCOTT (ALF) (1854-1929)
'A Gippsland waterhole, Summer, Victoria
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Alf. Scott Broad /87 lower left
Height: 51cm Width: 74cm

 250-400

339
NOLAN, SIDNEY ROBERT
'Leda and the Swan'
Lithograph, editioned 65/70 and signed Nolan in pencil below image
Height: 60.5cm Width: 83cm

 500-700

340
VASARELY, VICTOR (1906-1997) (HUNGARIAN/FRENCH SCHOOL)
Optic spheres
Screen print in colours, editioned 37/250 and signed Vasarely in pencil below image
Height: 82cm Width: 41cm

 500-700

341
LONG, EDWIN LONGSDEN R.A (1829-1891), AFTER
'The Egyptian Feast'
A Victorian copy in oil on paper after the large master work held in the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford, England; housed in an E.S Wigg & Son (of Adelaide) gilded frame
Height: 32.5cm Width: 67cm

 1500-2500

342
NORMAN, DESMOND (1930-2015)
Chimney and walking trail, Abbotsford
Oil on canvas, signed Des Norman lower right
Height: 100.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 200-400

343
19TH CENTURY ORIENTALIST SCHOOL
The proposal
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, possibly H. L...
Height: 130cm Width: 101cm

 1500-3200

344
EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Rural landscape with lake
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left, H.M? (possibly Horatio McCulloch) and housed in an antique timber gilt frame
Height: 26cm Width: 33cm (painting only)

 500-800

345
ANGUS, COLIN J. (1907-2002)
'Sunlit Pastures near Chiltern'
Oil on board, signed J. Colin Angus lower left; title and date 1973 to label verso
Height: 60cm Width: 70cm

 200-400

346
A VINTAGE HAND STITCHED WOOL TAPESTRY IN THE AUBUSSON TRADITION
The rustic verdure type wall tapestry featuring four herons in an expansive lake landscape before an arching bridge, finely worked with petit point details in a soft cream yellow and green palette, with fabric borders, cotton backing, also with a silken cord, lavish tassels and brass hanging fittings
Length: 203cm Width: 130cm

 500-1000

347
TWO SERIGRAPHIC TAPESTRIES BY HINES OF OXFORD
'Depart pour la Chasse', after the 16th century original housed in the Cluny Museum, Paris, and; a verdure tapestry with herons, after the 17th century original from the Beauvais workshops
Length: 145cm Width: 155cm

 100-200

348
A LARGE INDIAN ZIEGLER WOOL CARPET
The carpet strewn with lotus and leafy arabesques on a terracotta red field and surrounded by a formal vegetal border in cream and pale blue colours between pairs of foliate bands
Length: 370cm Width: 270cm

 800-1200

349
A FINE ELEGANT SILK PERSIAN CARPET
In cream and mushroom hues with teal and black enrichments, with a rosette and shaped black lozenge upon a pink terracotta field decorated with festoons and a curvaceous floral surround, the main border with fountains, mihrab and rosette designs between geometric bands
Length: 210cm Width: 136cm

 2000-3000

350
A PERSIAN NAIEN CARPET
In cream and mid blue colours, with a sixteen point rosette upon a blood red lozenge scattered with palmettes, other blooms and scrolling foliage, the main border with palmettes and arabesques between foliate bands
Length: 208cm Width: 143cm

 650-850

351
A PERSIAN ABADEH WOOL RUG
In red, blue, pink and deep green colours with a large lozenge scattered with a profusion of tiny stylised floral, bird and geometric motifs upon a red field, triangular blue field corners with four herati, enclosed by a white floral border and narrow chevron bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 162cm Width: 108cm

 200-400

352
A PERSIAN KURDISH WOOL RUG
In a rich strawberry red, blue black, blue, grey and brown palette with a central medallion issuing stylised flora, herati and boteh upon the near black field, with a stylised red floral border and floral bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 206cm Width: 137cm

 200-300

353
A PERSIAN BAKHTIARI WOOL RUG
In red, ink, watermelon pink, brown and white colours with a central rosette upon a flower strewn red field, white floral meandering spandrels, surrounded by a triangular arranged floral main dark blue border within narrow bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 211cm Width: 134cm

 400-800

354
A BIRJAND KERMAN DESIGN PERSIAN CARPET
With a central floral lozenge in blue, pink and green colours with two diagonally opposite floral roundels, and an asymmetric and broken light tan vegetal border dotted with red and blue flowers on an oatmeal field
Length: 285cm Width: 199cm

 900-1400

355
A PERSIAN SAROUGH GARDEN PANEL CARPET
Comprising forty tiles with floral filled mihrab designs, flower stems and tree of life motifs in a red, blue, and yellow ochre palette, with a red floral border
Length: 304cm Width: 203cm

 700-1000

356
A SMALL PERSIAN RUG
In an allover geometric pattern with a series of hooked guls, in a plum, tan, red and blue palette on a white field, enclosed by geometric borders
Length: 194cm Width: 122cm

 70-100

357
AN AFGHAN SULTANABAD CARPET
A natural dye carpet in a beige and chocolate palette, with an allover loose floral design and tendrils, enclosed by a formal floral border
Length: 267cm Width: 187cm

 650-850

358
A PERSIAN NAIEN WOOL RUG WITH SILK INLAY
In a soft cream, mushroom, pale terracotta, sky and deep blue palette, with a central rosette within a large scalloped medallion enclosing a profusion of flora and arabesques, with shaped spandrels and a wide cream main border with flora and tendrils; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 304cm Width: 195cm

 1000-1500

359
A GEORGE III MAHOGANY FRET WALL MIRROR AND ONE OTHER
Circa: 1800
The shaped mirror with a pierced roundel enclosing a gilded leaf decoration to the crest, having the original heavy plate surrounded by a gilded and moulded inner border; and a long rectangular mirror with fret work to the short ends
Length: 97cm Width: 50cm and other

 100-150

360
A LOUIS XV STYLE GILT MANTLE MIRROR
19th century
The cushion profile rectangular mirror with a bevelled later glass enclosed by moulded cabochon and foliage borders, an extravagant pierced foliate crest and other similar details
Height: 172cm Width: 110cm

 1000-1500

361
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY TOILET MIRROR
Early 20th century
A Georgian revival mirror with an oval framed glass and elegant scrolling supports above a serpentine base comprising three small drawers with barber's pole stringing, raised on petite bracket feet
Height: 65cm Width: 48cm Depth: 20cm

 100-200

362
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS 'ICICLE' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet stem and six shaped arms supporting dishes all embellished with dripping icicle motifs
Length: 50cm Diameter: 75cm

 300-500

363
A MODERNE CHROMED BRONZE EIGHT LIGHT CHANDELIER
Circa: 1950
The chandelier with a tubular stem issuing straight spoke arms and supporting tubular torches with knops to the terminals and small glass dishes holding electric globe candles
Height: 75cm Diameter: 70cm

 1200-1500

364
A FRENCH BELLE ÉPOQUE THREE BRANCH BRONZE CHANDELIER
Late 19th century
With a knopped and fluted stem issuing three slender scrolling arms with vegetal embellishments and supporting upturned frosted bell shades with fluted rims and Art Nouveau moulded floral decoration
Length: 88cm Diameter: 75cm

 1500-2500

365
A LARGE LOUIS XVI STYLE BRONZE CHANDELIER
Early to mid 20th century
The two tiered chandelier comprising an urn form and knopped stem with stiff leaf decoration supporting twelve 'S' shaped arms with nozzles, pans and electric candles
Height: 120cm (including chain) Diameter: 83cm

 400-600

366
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND CHROME SIX BRANCH ICICLE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With an urn form stem to a shaped conical boss issuing gently arched bronze arms supporting broad frosted dishes dripping with icicle motifs
Length: 85cm Diameter: 75cm

 1000-2000

367
AN ART DECO COPPER CLAD AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet form stem adorned with cascading icicles, the copper bowl issuing six curved arms with frosted upturned shades with dripping ice borders and decorations
Length: 54cm Diameter: 78cm

 150-300

368
AN ART DECO MOULDED GLASS PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1920s-30s
A frosted globe shade with moulded floral motifs, with a stepped circular ceiling cup and fitting united by a short chain
Length: 43cm

 60-80

369
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1925
With a florid decorative ceiling fixture issuing four stems to a large square frosted bowl decorated with meandering floral metal work, each corner issuing a curled arm supporting a flower bud shaped frosted shade
Length: 80cm Width: 95cm by 95cm

 1000-1400

370
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1925
A five branch chandelier with a large trumpet to the stem embellished with frosted birds, five shaped arms with moulded dishes with feather motifs and a ribbed copper dish with a cracked ice and dripping icicle glass insert

 1200-1400

371
A SIGNED MULLER FRÈRES BRONZE AND GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1900-1910, signed Muller Frères, Luneville
An elegant cage stem chandelier with pierced foliate pendants to the ceiling mount and supporting a mottled orange dish with cobalt inclusions, issuing three arms with suspended bellflower flute rimmed shades
Length: 82cm Diameter: 58cm

 500-1000

372
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHEST
19th century
Probably a conversion piece with three short drawers above three long drawers of graduating depth, all with cockbeading, boxwood stringing and turned handles, having reeded trim borders and target decorations, and raised on a part plinth base, remnant bracket feet to the rear
Height: 109cm Width: 124cm Depth: 56cm

 400-800

373
A FRENCH LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT DOUBLE BED
Early 20th century, with side rails
The curvaceous bed head with quarter veneer panelling and a channel grooved and threaded frame surmounted by a pierced rocaille crest, the end board conforming and with leaf embellished cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 160cm Width: 148cm (bed head)

 200-300

374
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL HEPPLEWHITE STYLE MAHOGANY DESK
Later 19th century
With an inverted bow profile, three drawers with book end flame mahogany veneers and crescent shaped brass handles and backplates, raised on tapering square section legs, with boxwood edging and stringing throughout, and urn and bellflower embellishments
Height: 78cm Width: 136cm Depth: 59cm

 400-600

375
A SMALL GEORGIAN REVIVAL BUREAU
Early 20th century
Of typical fall front form with a fitted interior above three drawers of graduating depth and raised on bracket feet, with stringing and cross banding throughout
Height: 100cm Width: 63cm Depth: 39cm

 200-400

376
A GEORGIAN BOW FRONT MAHOGANY CHEST
Circa: 1820
The chest with flame mahogany veneers and oak lined drawers having two short drawers and three full length drawers all with cockbeading and cast brass pull handles, the front edges with turned pillars and raised on bun type feet
Height: 102cm Width: 116cm Depth: 54cm

 200-300

377
AN EXOTIC PALATIAL TIMBER BIRDCAGE AND DISPLAY TABLE
A pavilion in the Indian Gothic style having a central open work dome and four smaller domes to the corners with elongated finials, with pillars, carved capitals, turned elements and tile features to the gabled roof, on a stretcher based table
Height: 188cm Width: 70cm Depth: 70cm

 300-500

378
AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE
19th century
With a rectangular top above three shallow drawers, the front cabriole consoles with paw feet upon extended drum bases, the rear pilasters upon a plinth base
Height: 82cm Width: 50cm Depth: 32cm

 250-350

379
A SMALL VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHIFFONIER
19th century
With a shaped crest with an applied carved frame, a shaped shelf with supports to a cabinet with a long drawer with pulvinated feature and a pair of framed cupboards flanked by stiles with corbel embellishments above a plinth base
Height: 137cm Width: 104cm Depth: 40cm

 50-100

380
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
Each with a veined white marble bow top above a conforming drawer and cupboard to one, and an open compartment to the other, with quarter veneer panels, cross banding and ebony stringing, and raised on conical tapering legs, embellished with gilt bronze pierced mounts and capped feet
Height: 85cm Width: 44cm Depth: 40cm

 350-550

381
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK MARRIAGE ARMOIRE
19th century
With an extended cornice centred with a basket of flowers in high relief, a pair of long doors with shaped fielded panels, with carved flower posies and central medallions with arabesques and pairs of doves, the relief carved edges and central stile with draped linen motifs above a shaped apron and cabriole legs
Height: 235cm Width: 155cm Depth: 62cm

 1000-2000

382
A LARGE NEOCLASSICAL TRIPLE FRONTED TULIPWOOD ARMOIRE
Circa: 1930s
With curved side cupboards, a central full length mirrored cupboard, and raised on conical feet, with quarter veneer panelling, ebony stringing and crossbanding throughout and a cast gilded guilloche ribbon to the pediment
Height: 231cm Width: 202cm Depth: 62cm

 500-1000

383
A VICTORIAN EXTENSION DINING TABLE WITH TEN CHAIRS
19th century, with two leaves and winder
The table with bullnose and thumbnail edging, turned and reeded baluster legs and porcelain casters, the ten waisted balloon back chairs with pierced crests and turned front legs, finely upholstered in watermelon red trellis pattern silk
Height: 77cm Length: 144cm Width: 120cm Extended Length: 230cm

 1000-2000

384
AN EDWARDIAN FLAME MAHOGANY SERVERY TABLE
Early 20th century
With a low backboard, a central keyhole frieze drawer and deeper side cupboards with fitted drawers and raised on tapering square section legs and petite casters, with decorative harlequin inlaid bands within ebony stringing, and cast oval handles with matching backplates
Height: 87cm Width: 130cm Depth: 55cm

 100-150

385
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MARBLE TOP CREDENZA
19th century
With a mirrored back enclosed by a trefoil carved frame with a pierced crest, the serpentine white marble top with ear form corners above a pair of mirrored cupboards enclosed by scrolling frames and flanked by canted edges with carved corbels and pendants, upon a shaped plinth base
Height: 165cm Width: 144cm Depth: 40cm

 500-1000

386
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CORNER CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a triangular and receding upper register with two graduated shelves above a cupboard with a pair of glazed doors and an open compartment, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feetbr>Height: 138cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 200-450

387
A BIEDERMEIER FLAME MAHOGANY CABINET
Circa: 1830
An extended pediment with rounded corners and a gadrooned border above an ogee profile frieze drawer, two long cupboards below with recessed trefoil arched panels flanked by canted edges with leafy scroll corbels and raised on turned feet, with four internal shelves and original bone escutcheons
Height: 158cm Width: 104cm Depth: 44cm

 300-500

388
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY SÉCRETAIRE À ABBATANT
Circa: 1890
In kingwood and tulipwood with a marble top above a long drawer, a quarter veneer panelled fall front with a inlaid rose medallion, a fitted interior with a leather writing surface, lower conforming cupboards and raised on conical feet, with stringing and cross banding throughout and gilt bronze mounts
Height: 144cm Width: 73cm Depth: 40cm

 1400-1800

389
AN OAK LOUIS XIII STYLE BOOKCASE
Circa: 1890
With a breakfront relief carved cornice with applied arabesque and cabochon details to the pediment, a long glazed door enclosing five shelves and flanked by bold barley twist pillars, a lower embellished drawer and a stepped base above demi-bun feet
Height: 218cm Width: 108cm Depth: 55cm

 500-800

390
A RÉGENCE STYLE PARQUETRY OAK EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The top with a gentle serpentine profile and pull out extensions to both ends, a shaped apron centred with a relief carved shell and floral embellishment, and raised on cabriole legs with leafy knees and whorl feet
Height: 77cm Length: 146cm Width: 104cm Extended length: 250cm

 250-350

391
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE OAK AND RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
The chairs with slightly waisted backs, arching crests and mirror image shaped splats, drop in rush seats above a serpentine apron and cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 98cm Width: 50cm Depth: 50cm

 250-450

392
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a salmon red serpentine marble top above two long drawers with shaped book end veneer and strung panels, fine chequerboard inlay to the sides, a shaped apron with drop and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with well cast and pierced gilt bronze pull handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 117cm Depth: 64cm

 600-900

393
A FRENCH WALNUT MUSIC CABINET
Early 20th century
The cabinet with a relief carved cornice and floral details to the upper curved edges, five shaped vertical partitions, a shallow open compartment and a cupboard with relief carved festoons, raised on small conical feet
Height: 130cm Width: 58cm Depth: 37cm

 300-500

394
A FRENCH OAK HALL STAND
19th century
The provincial rectangular stand with the original looking glass, with coat hooks to the pediment and fluted stiles, a panelled lower register with a horizontal bar to support umbrellas and sticks above a lined tray
Height: 203cm Width: 62cm Depth: 26cm

 800-1500

395
A FINE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
19th century
Of elegant breakfront form with a stepped cornice above a pair of cupboards with square in cut and framed glass panes, the extended base with a pair of drawers and cupboards of similar design, raised on a plinth base, simply decorated to the upper and lower registers with turned pillars
Height: 219cm Width: 137cm Depth: 63cm

 900-1200

396
A HONEY OAK HENRI II STYLE BUFFET
Circa: 1900
With an extravagant extended cornice above a gadroon and scale relief pediment flanked by pilasters with demi-figures and lion's head and ring carved decorations, a glazed cabinet above an open compartment with turned supports and raised on a conforming extended base with a diamond panelled cupboard
Height: 231cm Width: 90cm Depth: 50cm

 350-550

397
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD, PALISANDER & MARQUETRY COMMODE
Mid 20th century
Of bombé shape with a serpentine orange ochre marble top above two drawers, with parquetry patterns to the facade and sides with bold palisander trims, the drawers with a shaped medallion enclosing floral inlay, with hipped edges and splayed feet, gilt bronze handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 114cm Depth: 50cm

 400-800

398
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY CHEST
Early 20th century
With a serpentine mottled yellow ochre marble top above five drawers of conforming profile with reserved and floral inlaid panels, feather banded panels to the sides, bold hipped edges and small sabre feet, with gilt bronze handles, mounts and lion's paw sabots
Height: 98cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 300-600

399
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

 300-400

400
A LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a white marble top and pierced brass gallery above a full length glazed door flanked by panelled side cupboards, inlaid with musical trophies to the upper register and with quarter veneer panelling below, raised on slender conical feet with brass mounts
Height: 140cm Width: 142cm Depth: 37cm

 450-650

401
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Mid 20th century
The commode with a serpentine mottled yellow and purple marble top above two drawers with shaped bookend veneer panels inlaid with roses and trailing tendrils, the sides of conforming decoration, with a shaped apron, hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, and cast rocaille mounts and sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 450-800

402
A LOUIS XV STYLE MAHOGANY AND ROSEWOOD BONHEUR-DE-JOUR
Later 19th century
With a flat-topped arching back with a central bevelled mirror flanked by two galleried shelves with mirrors beneath, a floral inlaid fall front with a fitted interior above a curvaceous apron and raised on cabriole legs, with stringing and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 140cm Width: 77cm Depth: 47cm

 350-950

403
A LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD, MARQUETRY AND WIRE FRONT BOOKCASE
Mid 19th century
With a rouge marble top above a floral inlaid frieze, a pair of shaped wire panelled doors with recessed floral marquetry panels below, three strung timber shelves, arabesque inlay to the feather banded side panels and rounded edges, and raised on small cabriole legs, with gilt bronze trims, mounts and sabots
Height: 170cm Width: 93cm Depth: 40cm

 450-900

404
AN ART DECO BIRCH BUFFET OR LIBRARY CABINET
Circa: 1920s-30s
An elegant cabinet with two open compartments, a pair of mirror image cupboards with shallow shelves to the interior, two long drawers with nickel oval plates and off-centre knob handles, a shaped apron and rounded edges with reeded edges flowing to slender tapering legs
Height: 149cm Width: 70cm Depth: 41cm

 400-650

405
A FINE FLAME BIRCH BIEDERMEIER STYLE SOFA
19th century
With a gently arched frame, distinctive fan shaped arms decorated with restrained shell and flower inlay and raised on a comma style splayed feet, well upholstered in a black and taupe striped damask, with twin bolsters
Height: 99cm Width: 229cm Depth: 73cm

 2000-3000

406
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
19th century
With a shaped arching back with generous scrolling vegetal edges, three ogee profile frieze drawers above pedestal cupboards with applied bead borders and fleur-de-lis decorations, one cupboard fitted with shelving, the other with a drawer and a slide out tray, raised on plinth bases
Height: 146cm Width: 167cm Depth: 57cm

 100-300

407
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The marble topped bookcase with an inlaid key fret border to the frieze, the pair of part glazed doors with quarter veneer panels to the lower register, with canted edges and raised on short cabriole legs, with contrasting bands and stringing throughout and restrained Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 161cm Width: 103cm Depth: 38cm

 500-1200

408
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY CABINET
Late 19th century
The cabinet with a marble top with brass gallery above a pair of full length doors with cross banding and strung panels enclosing feather banded inlaid urns with floral decoration, with short cabriole legs, restrained ormolu mounts and mounts
Height: 165cm Width: 108cm Depth: 38cm

 650-1200

409
A LATE VICTORIAN LACQUERED CHINOISERIE QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVER
Late 19th century
The high backed chair with a vasiform splat and scroll arms, a drop in seat upholstered in complementary black, gold and red oriental jacquard, and raised on cabriole legs with pad feet, decorated with figures and scenes in muted low relief colours
Height: 109cm Width: 62cm Depth: 59cm

 150-250

410
A SET OF SIX WILLIAM IV BUTTON BACK DINING CHAIRS
Circa: 1830s
Of waisted form with good stuffover seats, having elegant turned and fluted tapering legs, four chairs upholstered in green cord velvet, two in bright pink
Height: 89cm Width: 50cm Depth: 56cm

 100-300

411
A FRENCH OAK HENRI II STYLE DUMB WAITER
Late 19th century
In honey coloured oak with a fan shaped crest flanked by finials above a row of spindles to a small shelf, the extended lower section with a shaped frieze drawer with a fitted interior, two shelves with turned supports and raised on squashed bun feet
Height: 150cm Width: 100cm Depth: 52cm

 200-300

412
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

 250-450

413
A FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND MARBLE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The circular table with a fine mottled mushroom and grey marble top with red inflections set within a rope twist and scrolling frame, raised on four bold cabriole bifurcated legs with scrolling terminals and scroll stretchers
Height: 54cm Diameter: 75cm

 200-350

414
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TILT TOP TABLE
19th century
The shaped oval table upon a turned onion bulb pedestal and raised on splayed curvaceous legs with whorl feet and brass casters
Height: 72cm Length: 148cm Width: 114cm

 240-400

415
A WALNUT AND TULIPWOOD TRANSITIONAL STYLE BEDSIDE TABLE
Late 19th century
The table with a slide and three shallow drawers with tulipwood quarter veneer strung panelling to the faces, side and top, a shaped apron and raised on tapering curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze escutcheons and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 42cm Depth: 32cm

 250-400

416
A LARGE PROVINCIAL STYLE SERPENTINE FRONT WALNUT COMMODE
18th century
The deep chest with three long pine lined drawers with the original locks and keys, rounded cross banded edging throughout with a distinctive block veneer pattern, brass foliate mounts, rocaille escutcheons and raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 81cm Width: 133cm Depth: 68cm

 300-800

417
A STRETCHER-BASED OAK DESK IN THE LOUIS XIII STYLE
Late 19th century
With a rear compartment centred with a vegetal and fruit crest carved in high relief above a central drawer and open compartment flanked by pairs of drawers, the writing desk with a conforming drawer arrangement and raised on barley twist supports with turned and barley twist stretchers
Height: 118cm Width: 130cm Depth: 68cm

 450-900

418
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD MARQUETRY BUFFET
Early 20th century
With a Breche D'Alep marble top above a parquetry decorated frieze drawer, a pair of quarter veneer panelled cupboards inlaid with flower urns enclosed by borders and stringing and raised on short hipped cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze mounts, wreath pull handles and sabots
Height: 102cm Width: 94cm Depth: 40cm

 700-1000

419
AN HENRI II WALNUT SIDEBOARD
Later 19th century
With a projecting cornice above relief carved cupboards embellished by four fluted and turned pillars, urn form supports to an extended lower section with rear plate display shelf, frieze drawers and lozenge panelled cupboards to the lower register, raised on recessed bun feet
Height: 235cm Width: 150cm Depth: 61cm

 700-900

420
A REGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD BUFFET
Circa: 1950s
With a bowed mid section and a parquetry top above three drawers and cupboards with arched, fielded panels and relief carved motifs, the apron with a shell drop and raised on short leafy cabriole legs with whorl ends, with pierced brass escutcheons and long hinges
Height: 101cm Width: 225cm Depth: 60cm

 250-450

421
A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
A double pedestal sideboard having a shaped mirror with a finely carved and pierced frame with an elaborate floral crest, with three frieze drawers, the pedestals with drawers and a cellarette above plinth bases
Height: 192cm Width: 214cm Depth: 68cm

 500-600