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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
email: philips@philipsauctions.com.au
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Sunday 24 March 2019
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-30
 Bronzes & Clocks31-70
 Oriental71-147
 Silver148-207
 Glass208-223
 Porcelain224-255
 Paintings256-285
 Carpets286-293
 Mirrors & Lights294-311
 Furniture312-376

001
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE BRASS SCONCES
Mid 20th century
The mounts cast as waisted ribbed pillars with ribbon ties and formal ornaments terminating in pine cone drops and issue two scrolling acanthus decorated arms supporting dishes and electric candles
Length: 22cm Width: 25cm

 80-120

002
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS LAMP BY MULLER FRÈRES
Circa: 1925, glass shade with cameo signature Muller Frères Luneville, wrought iron base signed Amiot (Jean?)
The lamp base modelled as a swollen stem comprising slender leaves and stems to three whorl feet, surmounted by an acid etched shade
Height: 28cm

 200-300

003
A FRENCH BRASS TABLE LAMP WITH A WHITE GLASS SHADE
Early 20th century
A slender pillar stem with a circular base with two arms supporting a ribbed mushroom shade with knop; with provision for a single electric globe
Height: 55cm

 80-120

004
A VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS BANQUET LAMP
Second half 19th century
Complete and original, with a moulded and etched glass shade, chimney and brass mechanism with smiling sun trademarks to two adjuster knobs, a moulded font to a ribbed brass stem and spreading shaped base
Height: 69cm

 400-600

005
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU CANDELABRA
Circa: 1900
With shaped foliate embellished stems and issuing four curvaceous arms with vegetal dishes and sconces, raised on shell and leaf form spreading bases
Height: 35.5cm

 180-220

006
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Slender conical stems with urn form nozzles and raised domed spreading bases, in rich copper brass colours
Height: 22cm

 40-60

007
A SET OF ANTIQUE BRASS BALANCE SCALES
Circa: 1900
Of typical form with a stem on a stepped base and marble platform, the two arms with mask finials supporting chain suspended dishes
Height: 49cm Width: 36cm

 80-120

008
AN INLAID REGENCY COROMANDEL WORKBOX
Circa: 1820-30
The vigorously figured box with partial blue silk lining and a fitted tray, finely inlaid in brass, mother-of-pearl and abalone shell to the lid and facade depicting a formal fountain with male figures holding clam shells framed by trailing lotus blooms issuing from giant clams to the corners
Height: 14.5cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 22.5cm

 500-600

009
AN ORNATE FRENCH CAST BRONZE HANGING SCONCE
Circa: 1900
An ornate Renaissance revival shield style wall mount with rocaille asymmetry issuing a decorative curved arm with fantastic creature head and scroll buttress, the terminal with hook
Height: 29.5cm

 90-120

010
AN ANTIQUE MARBLE BUST
Later 19th century
The white marble bust of a young woman with a serene expression dressed in a ribboned bonnet, upon a pedestal base
Height: 52.5cm

 700-900

011
A GROUP OF THREE PRATT WARE BOX LIDS
Mid 19th century
Transferware designs comprising: 'The Shrimpers', and 'Garibaldi', featuring the general holding the Italian flag and gesturing towards Florence, both in turned frames, and; an oblong lid with shaped ends depicting a battle scene after Wouwerman Pinx, the latter marked Pratt and Fenton
Diameter: 15.5cm and smaller

 80-100

012
A LARGE BRONZE GERMAN ART NOUVEAU VASE BY KAYSER
Circa: 1910
A high shouldered baluster vase with a broad neck and a lightly hammered finish to the lower register decorated with four applied ducks in flight; trademark and stamp of Kayser underside
Height: 37.5cm

 80-150

013
A PAIR OF A LOUIS XVI STYLE BRASS SCONCES
Mid 20th century
Elegant mounts cast as quivers issuing scrolling arms and supporting fluted dishes with electric candles
Length: 25cm Width: 25cm

 80-120

014
A PAIR OF FRENCH BRASS WALL SCONCES
Mid 20th century
With scrolling lyre shaped wall mounts issuing two foliate arms with cast floriform dishes supporting sconces and electric candles
Length: 28cm Width: 28cm Depth: 14cm

 100-150

015
AN ART NOUVEAU ALABASTER BUST
Circa: 1900
The head and shoulders of a serene young woman on an integral base
Height: 32cm Width: 23cm

 400-600

016
A GROUP OF FIVE VINTAGE COPPER WARES
Comprising two skillets and two larger pans all with iron handles, together with a straight-sided twin handled saucepan with cover
Height: 8cm Diameter: 29cm and Smaller (pans)

 100-150

017
TWO ANTIQUE COPPER WARES
A rustic large flat-based tin lined pan with twin handles, and a vintage conversion of copper saucepan to a bowl raised on three iron legs
Diameters: 34.5cm, 28cm and smaller

 80-120

018
A SET OF SEVEN VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
The tin lined nesting set with brass handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 100-150

019
AN UNUSUAL VINTAGE SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
The tinned saucepans of straight-sided design with fluted friezes, pouring spouts, and timber handles with metal terminals, two saucepans as found, marked ADS
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 100-150

020
AN ANTIQUE COPPER CANDLESTICK AND A BRASS JARDINIÈRE
A weighted knopped candlestick, and an oval jardinière raised on four paw feet with a frieze embossed with fruits and foliage
Height: 15cm Length: 34.5cm Width: 16.5cm (jardiniere) Height: 27cm (candlestick)

 50-80

021
A SET OF SIX VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
All copper nesting saucepans with iron handles
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 120-200

022
A MIXED SET OF SEVEN VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS, SOME HEAVY GAUGE
Tin lined nesting saucepans with iron handles; the larger three of heavy gauge, two smaller pans marked Villedieu
Height: 12cm Diameter: 22cm and smaller

 200-300

023
A SET OF FIVE VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
All copper nesting saucepans with iron handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 120-160

024
THREE VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS AND A SKILLET PAN
The tin lined saucepans with straight everted sides and having a textured finish, the all copper Villedieu skillet similar
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 100-200

025
A SET OF SEVEN VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
All copper nesting saucepans with iron handles
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 100-200

026
A SET OF FIVE PETITE VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
Tin lined nesting saucepans with brass handles
Height: 5cm Diameter: 10cm and smaller

 50-100

027
A SET OF FIVE VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
The tin lined nesting set with smart, brightly polished brass handles
Height: 9cm Diameter: 25cm and smaller

 200-300

028
A GROUP OF FOUR LARGE SIZE VINTAGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
The tin lined group with iron handles
Height: 12cm Diameter: 25cm and smaller

 100-150

029
AN ANTIQUE BRASS STRAPPED OAK COAL SCUTTLE WITH SCOOP
19th century
The scuttle of traditional form, with a hinged lid having fine gothic inspired brass hinges, decorative strapping to the side, the bracket handle with star burst mounts and a quilted finish to the bar, with side scoop
Height: 45cm Length: 60cm Width: 34cm

 50-100

030
A FINE ANTIQUE MARBLE STATUE OF A WATER CARRIER AND PLINTH
19th century
A kneeling woman in antique dress, modestly posed and holding a small water bottle in her right hand, upon an integral base; together with the original architectural style marble display plinth with dentil details, three quarter pillars to the corners and carved details to each face; plinth not photographed
Height: 121cm (figure) Height: 104cm Width: 71cm Depth: 71cm (plinth)

 5000-10000

031
A SIGNED ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A MAIDEN WITH A DOG AND PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s, signed G. Arisse to the base
The cold painted silvered figure of a young woman in a short loose decorated tunic and capes flowing from her armbands, accompanied by a recumbent dog and a dead pheasant, raised on a long brown and green onyx base
Height: 45cm Length: 85cm Width: 19cm

 2200-2500

032
AN ART DECO BRONZE PHEASANT GROUP BY IGNACIO GALLO
Circa: 1920
A realistically modelled pheasant pair in burnished gold bronze colours mounted upon a stepped black marble base, incised mark of Gallo to base
Height: 35cm Width: 77cm Depth: 20.5cm

 650-950

033
AN ANTIQUE GILT BRONZE LAMP BASE
Later 19th century
Having a globular body embellished with vine leaves and fruits in relief, high set bracket 'bamboo' handles, a spiral fluted stem and a pedestal base
Height: 34.5cm

 120-150

034
AN ANTIQUE COLD PAINTED CAST IRON FIGURAL GROUP
19th century
Depicting a trio of rustic figures, a woman, a man with a mandolin, a small cherubic figure drinking, and baskets spilling produce, in gold colours
Height: 29cm Width: 30cm Depth: 15cm

 240-340

035
A PAIR OF SPELTER URNS BY LOUIS & FRANCOIS MOREAU
Late 19th century
Neoclassical urns in bronze colours with formal decorations, borders and festoons, marked 'France' in relief to collar border and impressed signature of L & F Moreau to base with 'France' above stem
Height: 39.5cm

 120-160

035a
A SIGNED ART DECO PEWTER VASE
Circa: 1930, signed Irman
Of slender barrel form and decorated with geometric stepped shapes in plain, hammered and bark like textures, signed Irman lower body and impressed Etan Irman D'art underside
Height: 16cm

 30-50

036
A FINE FRENCH OPALINE GLASS AND ORMOLU VASE
19th century
The crisp white egg shaped vase with bronze liner, having lavish cast foliate handles and raised on a stiff leaf and lappet decorated pedestal and socle to a laurel embellished square base and four feet
Height: 39cm

 500-800

037
A LARGE SPELTER DEER TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930
An impressive and well modelled prancing stag with a cold painted verdigris finish beside a spherical green and white frosted shade with gold bands, raised on a black marble base
Height: 33.5cm Length: 52.5cm Depth: 10.5cm

 180-220

038
AN ART DECO SPELTER GAZELLE
Circa: 1930
A recumbent gazelle gazing over its shoulder, in lustrous colours mounted on a black marble base
Height: 19cm Length: 35cm Width: 10cm

 120-250

039
A PAIR OF ART DECO STAG SPELTER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
Leaping stags on veined black marble bases
Height: 12.5cm Length: 14cm Width: 8cm

 100-200

040
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930
A cold painted figure of a woman in 19th century attire beside globular shade with contrasting pale gold and white frosted bands and narrow gilt rings, raised on a mottled yellow marble base
Height: 23.5cm Length: 21.5cm Width: 9cm

 120-180

041
AN ART DECO SPELTER ELEPHANT TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930
A pair of mirror image elephants flanking a spherical pink and white glass shade decorated with gold bands and raised on a flecked green and cream marble base
Height: 14cm Length: 38cm Width: 10.5cm

 140-200

042
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A WOMAN WITH A DOG
Circa: 1920s
The cold painted figure of a woman with ivorine face, attired in a fanciful laced medieval dress and accompanied by a borzoi, upon an onyx and black marble base
Height: 33cm Width: 38cm Depth: 14cm

 700-900

043
AN ART DECO SPELTER ELEPHANT GROUP ON A MARBLE BASE
Circa: 1930
A pair of identical trumpeting elephants realistically modelled and decorated in modulating bronze tones upon an elongated two-tone marble base
Height: 22cm Length: 60cm Width: 12.5cm

 300-500

044
AN ART DECO BRONZE MOUNTAIN GOAT ASHTRAY
Circa: 1930
The stylised goat with its front legs poised and suspended above the shaped portoro marble tray
Height: 8.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 100-180

045
A PAIR OF ART DECO REARING HORSE SPELTER BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
The rearing horses in copper and bronze lustre colours upon shaped portoro marble bases and vertical supports
Height: 14.5cm Length: 17cm Width: 9.5cm

 120-160

046
AN ART DECO SPELTER SEAGULL TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930
A gold coloured seagull in full flight above cold painted vegetation and rockwork supporting a two-tone shell pink frosted globular shade with gilt concentric rings, raised on a two colour marble base faced with contrasting onyx; no fitting attached
Height: 22cm Length: 25cm Width: 9.5cm

 100-180

047
AN ART DECO SPELTER DOG AND DUCK FIGURAL GROUP
Circa: 1920s, signed M. Font
In bronze colours with a verdigris finish, a recumbent Alsatian dog and a standing duck, both mounted on a long coffee coloured marble base, signature to tail of dog
Height: 23cm Length: 60cm Width: 12cm

 200-300

048
A FRENCH SILVERED BRONZE ALLEGORICAL FIGURE
Circa: 1900
The female figure in a serpentine pose attired in a diaphanous gown and flowing drapery and with one arm raised, supported on a red marble base, unmarked
Height: 49cm

 800-1000

049
AN ART DECO STYLE COLD PAINTED BRONZE DANCING FIGURE
20th century, signed J. Philipp to base, probably after the original
An exotically clad dancing girl in shorts, midriff top and a cloche to her hair elegantly balanced on one leg with arms outstretched, in olive green painted colours with foundry stamp verso, 'Bronze Garanti Paris, J.B Deposee', and raised on a red marble drum and black stepped base
Height: 55.5cm

 500-900

050
AN ART DECO SPELTER DANCING FIGURE
Circa: 1930, signed Fayral (Max Le Verrier)
Modelled as a young woman in a short Greco Roman tunic dancing with cymbals, in a deep olive patinated finish and raised on a portoro marble plinth, signed to lower image
Height: 26.5cm

 500-800

051
A SPELTER PAIR OF RUSTIC BOY AND GIRL FIGURES BY A. RUCHO
Early 20th century
'Fileuse' and 'Attillio in muted cold painted tones depicting a boy with a fiddle and a girl with her staff and spinning wheel, raised on waisted bases, impressed signature and title plaques to bases
Height: 31cm

 100-200

052
A BRONZE SEMI-NUDE DANCER, 'SALOME', BY GEORGES MORIN (1874-1950)
1920-30
The figure with her arms elegantly raised, wearing a long head scarf and a patinated sarong style skirt bound by a girdle with two mask embellishments, upon a triangular bronze base inscribed Morin, upon a figured marble plinth
Height: 29cm

 800-1000

053
'LA GLANEUSE' BY EUGENE-ANTOINE AIZELIN (1821-1902)
In bronze, a pensive female gleaner holding a sheaf of wheat and a staff over her shoulder, mark of E. Aizelin Hors Concours to foot and plaque marked Glaneuse d'Aizelin to circular base
Height: 68cm

 1500-2000

054
A SIGNED SPELTER FIGURE BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
1906, with copyright mark for that year, Paris foundry stamp, signature
The large animated figure of a small child wrestling with an alarmed squawking duck, in cold painted colours upon a rocky base, various impressed and applied marks verso
Height: 55cm

 400-600

055
A BRONZE STAG
20th century
A naturalistically modelled roaring stag raised on an integral bronze base with a bronze Garanti Paris J.B Deposee stamp and raised veined black marble plinth
Height: 27.5cm

 100-200

056
A SPELTER FIGURE OF A CENTURION ON HORSEBACK
19th century
Naturalistically cast, the animated figure of a centurion wielding an axe upon a rearing horse, with integral stand and a timber base; unmarked
Height: 48cm Width: 44cm Depth: 19cm

 100-150

057
A DOMENECH ET PFEFFER SPELTER GROUP, 'CHAR DE LA VICTOIRE'
Circa: 1900, inscribed mark of Domenech et Pfeffer to marble base
The dynamic casting of a Roman charioteer and his two rearing horses, mounted on a portoro marble base, bearing a 1934 plaque
Height: 54cm Length: 75cm Width: 26cm

 600-900

058
A BOLD ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
In richly figured red and yellow ochre marble, the clock of pointed arch design, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, trimmed with olive onyx stripes and cast floral motifs, with side tazze of conforming design; with key and pendulum
Height: 42cm Width: 33cm Depth: 12cm

 350-550

059
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with mark of Honegger of Lyon to the dial
Pierced and cast in the Rococo manner with Art Nouveau influences, the enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings, accompanied by a pair of elegantly sinuous twin candle side pieces; with key and pendulum
Height: 33.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 16cm

 600-800

060
A FRENCH MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
A triangular mantle clock with a white veined marble case faced in grey green marble with bead decoration and a cast bronze floral embellishment, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and enamel festoons, accompanied by shallow cup form tazze on conforming triangular bases, with key and pendulum
Height: 28cm Width: 31cm Depth: 11.5cm

 400-600

061
A LARGE LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, mark of Bareier Lyons, with key and pendulum
A large cold painted cupid holding a pair of doves and leaning on a plinth supporting a floral decorated enamel dial with Roman numerals and raised on an elongated base with rounded ends with gilt bronze trims
Height: 54cm Width: 31cm Depth: 20cm

 600-800

062
AN ART DECO CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930, with maker's mark for Lardot et Boydon Paris
In onyx and portoro marble, a glazed cabinet housing the dial with Arabic numerals and flanked by stylised pheasants upon a shaped base, the accompanying tazze of conforming design, with key and pendulum
Height: 34cm Width: 39cm Depth: 13cm

 700-900

063
A JUNGHANS WURTTEMBERG WESTMINSTER CHIME MANTLE CLOCK
Early 20th century
The clock with arching top, barley twist pillars and a silvered chapter ring with Arabic numerals and decorative spandrels, with Westminster chime mechanism and backplate marked Junghans in a star, Wurttemberg and A 42
Height: 38.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 20.5cm

 100-200

064
A FIGURAL SPELTER AND RED MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century
The clock with two animated maidens carrying baskets above a shaped red marble plinth enclosing a floral decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals, raised on pierced foliate feet and accompanied by two urn form vases of conforming design, with key and pendulum
Height: 66cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 17cm (clock) Height: 47cm (urns)

 500-800

065
A STRIKING EGYPTIAN INSPIRED ART DECO CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's mark of Lardot et Boyon Paris
A portico style clock in contrasting portoro marble and white onyx having an encased octagonal dial with Arabic numerals with stepped supports and kneeling polished bronze caryatids above a two-tone base, a pair of tazze with conforming caryatid stems; with key and pendulum
Height: 36.5cm Width: 32cm Depth: 12.5cm (clock)

 700-900

066
A BOLD ART DECO MARBLE AND ONYX CLOCK GARNITURE
1920s-30s
In vigorously figured marble with contrasting brown and green onyx embellishments, the head of lozenge shape housing a distinctive dial with 'melting' Arabic numerals, upon a triangular stem to a long base and accompanied by conforming geometric side vases; with key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Length: 46cm Width: 12.5cm

 350-550

067
A ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with maker's mark of Japy Frères
An eight-day bell strike clock of waisted form with floral pendants and leafy embellishments, a pierced crest and trellis decoration to the lower border above acanthus feet, the enamel dial beneath a domed glass with Roman numerals, Arabic minute marks and pierced hands; key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 25cm Depth: 16cm

 550-650

068
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU CARTEL CLOCK
Late 19th century
Pierced and cast with shell and scrolling leaf motifs and housing an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings beneath a domed glass, with key and pendulum
Length: 56cm Width: 32cm

 500-800

069
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK OF A WATER CARRIER WITH HOUND
Circa: 1925, mark of JS Paris to mechanism
Depicting an elegantly seated woman in a flowing black dress with gilt enrichments and a modish cloche, a dog at her side and one arm over a water urn beside a dial with Roman numerals set into an arching black marble stand and raised on a long marble base faced with onyx, with key and pendulum
Height: 32cm Width: 64cm Depth: 20cm

 2200-2500

070
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU CARTEL CLOCK
Mid 19th century, with maker's mark for S. Marti
Finely cast and pierced with Neoclassical ornament throughout, surmounted by an urn with flame finial, centred with an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings below a glass dome, with key and pendulum
Length: 55cm Width: 27cm

 800-1200

071
A LARGE JAPANESE BRONZE TIGER, PLUS ONE OTHER IN SPELTER
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A roaring tiger in a matt finish with pronounced polished stripes, signed to cartouche on belly, plus other similar
Height: 21.5cm Width: 44cm and smaller

 200-400

072
A MODERN SILK EMBROIDERED SCREEN WITH A WOODEN STAND
20th century
The embroidery of a prowling tiger set between framed glass panes and housed in a carved and pierced stretcher based stand with trestle ends
Height: 70cm Width: 44cm Depth: 23cm

 300-500

073
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE RUSTIC CHINESE DOORS
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The pair of substantial rough hewn hardwood doors with vertical and horizontal iron strapping and applied stiles with seven rails all with iron stud embellishments, a bolt type lock, and rings with starburst mounts to the centre panels
Length: 208cm Width: 60cm each door

 300-500

074
A CANTONESE EXPORT WARE FAMILLE ROSE TUREEN WITH COVER
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
Rectangular with a domed lid and peach finial, decorated to the lid and sides with continuous figural narrative scenes between lavish brocaded borders of pink roses and colourful insects on a gilded ground
Height: 15.5cm Length: 27.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 300-400

075
FOUR SNUFF BOTTLES
Qing Dynasty to modern era
A small meiping shaped snuff bottle with blue and white dragon decoration and maroon accents, four character marks underside; an amber coloured resin double elephant head bottle; a relief moulded teal dragon and phoenix bottle, and a porcelain flask type bottle
Height: 9cm and smaller

 50-100

076
A SATSUMA BOWL
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The lobed bowl decorated with shaped reserves featuring courtly figures in landscapes alternating with birds amidst flora, with brocaded borders to the scalloped rim, in a muted soft palette of tan, pale blue, olive and iron red with gilt enrichments, unmarked
Height: 5cm Diameter: 14cm

 150-250

077
A PAIR OF CHINESE STRAITS POLYCHROME DECORATED DRAGON DISHES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Decorated with pairs of matt dragons with gilt highlights amidst white flowers upon a lemon ground, the aqua sgraffito borders with scrolls and white lotus blooms, the exterior with three floral and scrolling sprays, a double bordered stamp underside
Diameter: 13.5cm

 30-50

078
AN ART DECO LIDDED SATSUMA TRINKET BOX
Showa period, 1930-40, signed
The circular box with a low domed lid decorated with a bird amidst prunus blossoms and maple leaves with gilt and moriage enrichments, the sides similarly decorated and raised on three gilt tapered pillar style legs; two character mark underside and marked Made in Japan
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 100-200

079
A SMALL HEXAGONAL SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, signed
The high shouldered ovoid vase finely decorated with two main reserves depicting bijin in a fenced lakeside garden and birds by the sea, two smaller reserves with koi and auspicious objects between lavish brocaded borders; partial two character mark to cartouche underside
Height: 10.5cm

 200-300

080
A PAIR OF SMALL SATSUMA BALUSTER VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912, mark of satsuma with shimazu family crest
Lobed baluster vases decorated throughout with Kannon and sages in a gold and black palette encircled by a writhing moriage embellished dragon, Shimazu mons to the brocaded collar; red cartouche underside
Height: 12.5cm

 100-200

081
A JAPANESE TOKONAME WARE DRAGON VASE
20th century, signed
The unglazed red terracotta vase relief decorated with a writhing dragon flying though clouds having a fine and typical pitted texture, incised key fret to the rim, incised marks underside
Height: 31cm

 80-100

082
A QIANLONG EXPORT WARE FAMILLE ROSE BOWL
Qing Dynasty, late 18th century
Probably a large slops bowl with a barbed rim, decorated with gilt and iron red borders in patterns above dainty sprigs, floral pendants, insects and undulating puce and gilt bands, similarly decorated internally with a central floral spray
Height: 9cm Diameter: 20cm

 200-300

083
A SOAPSTONE PIGEON BLOOD TYPE SEAL
Relief carved to two faces with a mountain, and a figure in a landscape scene with character script; seal script underside
Height: 15cm

 50-100

084
A PAIR OF JAPANESE DOUBLE GOURD SAKE BOTTLES AND FIVE LITTLE CUPS
20th century
The bottles decorated in iron red colours with gilt flower and fungus heads, blue patterned spheres to the neck and patterned borders to the foot, the cups of similar design centred with miniature rockwork and floral scenes, character marks underside to all
Height: 14.5cm (bottle)

 80-100

085
A CARVED ZITAN BRUSH POT
Decorated in relief with a continuous frieze of lotus flowers and seed heads
Height: 14cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 50-100

086
A FAMILLE VERTE BRUSH POT
Probably Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
Continuously decorated with figures and auspicious animals in a rockwork landscape, apocryphal four character Kangxi mark underside
Height: 18cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 50-100

087
A SHOUSAN STONE SEAL
Of square profile with a slightly domed top engraved with a figure in a boat, the sides with identical Daoist symbols in relief
Height: 5cm

 50-100

088
TWO SOFT STONE SNUFF BOTTLE SEALS
A double gourd bottle with script to the lower register, and a bottle with four contemplative Buddha masks with scroll details, both bottles with seals underside with antique script, having blue cabochon stone and glass stoppers
Heights: 9.5cm and 7.5cm

 50-100

089
A QINGBAI BOWL
A lobed bowl in ice blue green colour in the Southern Song style, with eight slender vertical ribs to the interior, and centred with sgraffito motifs, unglazed base and footrim
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

090
A PAIR OF DOUCAI BOWLS
The pair of lotus and bat bowls in underglaze blue with iron red, blue, green and yellow colours, similarly decorated to the internal rim and centred with a flower head; bearing apocryphal Yongzheng marks underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 14cm

 100-200

091
AN EXQUISITE PETITE GOURD SHAPED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with signature and shimazu crest
The tapering lobed vase decorated with two reserves depicting bijin in a garden setting before cherry blossoms, and Kannon with sages, with brocaded borders, black cartouche with crest underside
Height: 6.5cm

 80-120

092
A MINIATURE SATSUMA BOTTLE VASE
Meiji to Taisho period, 19th to 20th century, signature of possibly Maruni
Decorated with two figural reserves amidst brocaded borders; two character marks in black underside
Height: 9cm

 80-120

093
A PAIR OF ROLLICKING HIRADO SHI SHI LION DOGS
20th century
Well modelled slip cast blue and white dogs engaged in play fighting
Height: 14.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-200

094
A SMALL SATSUMA KORO OR POT POURRI ON STAND
Meiji period, two character signature underside
The tapering bell shaped koro with bracket handles and a domed lid standing on three petite legs, with reserves of figures and iris on an ink blue ground; cartouche underside; with a black timber tiered stand
Height: 6cm

 50-100

095
A SATSUMA BALUSTER VASE
Early 20th century, with mark in hiragana characters
The cobalt vase with two figural reserves, a bijin in purple kimono beneath bamboo, and the same bijin with attendants beneath a flowering prunus; red character marks underside, with stand
Height: 19cm

 50-100

096
A SMALL CARINATE SHAPED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, signed
The vase finely decorated with figures at leisure in a lakeside setting, brocaded decoration to the neck and a wave frieze to the base; signed with two characters to a square black cartouche
Height: 12cm

 150-200

097
A PAIR OF COVERED SATSUMA VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912, signed Gyokuzan, with shimazu crest
Baluster vases with domed covers, continuously decorated with courtly narratives in a garden setting, between richly patterned and brocaded collars and bases, one repaired to rim; crest and cartouches underside stating Dai Nippon, Satsuma and Gyokuzan Zo
Height: 19.5cm

 150-250

098
AN EXQUISITE CARINATE SHAPED MINIATURE SATSUMA BOTTLE VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with signature and shimazu crest
Decorated with two figural reserves, one with bijin, the other with military figures in landscape settings between brocaded and patterned borders; cartouche with crest underside
Height: 9cm

 100-150

099
A PAIR OF RICE GRAIN TEA CUPS IN THE QING MANNER
The underglaze blue decorated cups with diaper and stiff leaf borders to the exterior enclosing rice grain decorations and iron red decoration enriched with gilt, the interiors with dragons chasing a flaming pearl amidst clouds, Wanyu mark underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 8cm

 220-240

100
A RED LACQUER WARE CINNABAR STYLE BOX
20th century
The rectangular box decorated in low relief to the cover with a sublime mountain scene populated with figures in pavilions and auspicious foliage against a diaper ground, the sides with key fret and scroll borders, black lacquer to the interior with gilt script
Height: 6cm Length: 18cm Width: 9.5cm

 100-150

101
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE WOOD BLOCK
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A double-sided woodblock with script within a large cartouches, mortise and tenon joined to square section side supports and secured with flat head iron nails
Height: 29cm Width: 59cm

 300-400

102
A JAPANESE CHAMPLEVÉ ENAMEL RELIEF DECORATED VASE
The ovoid vase with zoomorphic handles to the neck, decorated with bold sweeps of flora in blue, red, green and black colours upon a diaper textured ground, a lappet border to the collar, stamped Made in Japan underside
Height: 24cm

 50-100

103
A CHINESE CLOISONNÉ METALWARE BOWL
Early 20th century
Wire worked with formal borders to the interior and exterior with stylised flowers and roundels of dragons and phoenix in bright colours upon a fret decorated teal ground
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 80-120

104
A SATSUMA KORO
20th century
A square section baluster koro raised on shaped legs and having a domed lid and figural finial, decorated to two faces with various immortals of good fortune, one accompanied by his attribute of a deer, partial signature in gold with red seal mark
Height: 13cm

 150-200

105
A SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with maker's mark for Kinkozan
The tapering ovoid vase with a small neck finely decorated with two figural narrative scenes, women and children at leisure in a pavilion setting, and male courtly figures with attendants, upon an ink blue ground gilt embellished with phoenix and foliage; four character marks underside
Height: 21cm

 800-1200

106
A FINE SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, signed
The baluster vase beautifully decorated with an exotic ho ho bird perched upon a prunus blossom branch beneath a stand of bamboo against in ink blue ground, with a gilded neck and patterned foot rim, three character mark to cartouche underside
Height: 24.5cm

 800-1200

107
A CHINESE THAI MARKET POLYCHROME BENCHARONG BOWL
19th century
With a wide frieze depicting six Buddhas within flaming mandorla between patterned borders, decorated in the Norasingh style of Thailand in red, pink, green, yellow and white enamels over a black ground, the interior centred with a stylised flower on a teal ground, with copper rim and foot ring
Height: 8cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 50-80

108
A SET OF FOUR SATSUMA BIRD PLATES
20th century, with signature
Each plate featuring a bird and differing flora, including bamboo, wisteria, prunus, abutilon; cartouches underside with two character marks
Diameter: 18.5cm

 100-200

109
A PAIR OF FAMILLE ROSE BOWLS
Late Qing Dynasty, with Guangxu mark underside
Of typical flaring form and decorated throughout with brocade ball motifs featuring patterns, flora and aquatic life between key fret and lappet borders, red character marks underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 700-900

110
A CELADON YAOZHOU TYPE INCISED BOWL IN THE SONG MANNER
The bowl tapering to an unglazed near white base and foot rim, with vertical lines to the exterior and freely executed floral designs with some combed decoration to the interior
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 700-850

111
A PAIR OF CHINESE EXPORT 'ONE HUNDRED BUTTERFLIES' OCTAGONAL PLATES
Late Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
In a vibrant palette of iron red, blue, black, yellow, green and gold, decorated centrally with two large butterflies and a profusion of others, the rim with four shaped cartouches of similar design
Length: 23cm Width: 23cm

 200-250

112
A PAIR OF VINTAGE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASES
Mid 20th century
Small baluster shaped vases with waisted necks, profusely decorated with allover vegetal motifs in greens and autumnal shades, with timber stands
Height: 13cm

 40-60

113
FOUR JAVANESE HORN AND YOGYA .800 SILVER SALAD SERVERS AND THREE VINTAGE ASIAN IVORY NAPKIN RINGS
Mid 20th century
One pair of servers with silver handles, the other pair with applied silver plaques, all embossed with typical Yogya floral motifs; and three matching rings, carved with encircling dragons in low relief
Length: 24cm (server)

 50-80

114
A PAIR OF CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION CHARGERS
20th century
Typically decorated in a famille rose palette with six reserves alternating figural narratives in pavilion settings and birds amidst flora and fruits, a roundel to the centre and united by brocade borders
Height: 7cm Diameter: 37cm

 300-500

115
A PAIR OF SILVERED BRONZE CENSERS
Cauldron style censers with high set loop handles and raised on long tubular legs, with inlaid silver threading in diaper patterns to the body and scrollwork to the legs, bearing apocryphal signature of Shishou underside
Height: 12cm

 1000-1200

116
TWO YIXING TYPE TEAPOTS
A terracotta coloured teapot of ovoid ribbed form, the lid with radiating spiral ribs and a round knop, and; a pumpkin shaped lobed teapot with a vegetal spout, twig form handle with trailing vines in green to brown colours, both items with multiple character cartouches
Height: 11cm Width: 20cm and smaller

 400-600

117
AN ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE OF A MOUSE
Meiji period, 19th century, two character maker's mark to cartouche
A delightfully carved figure of a curled mouse grasping its tail, finely incised with remnant red brown ink, himatoshi to the reverse and signed underside
Height: 3cm Width: 4cm

 200-300

118
A JAPANESE GOLD LACQUER WARE BOX
The rectangular shaped box with bracket feet and a cushion profile lid decorated throughout in soft gold and depicting two ducks on a shoreline amidst reeds
Height: 4.5cm Length: 8.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 50-80

119
A FINE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, mid 20th century
The large baluster vase with wire worked cattleya orchids upon a soft pale green ground, with white metal rim and foot
Height: 31.5cm

 600-1000

120
THREE SMALL BLUE AND WHITE KRAAK WARE BOWLS
Late Ming Dynasty, Late 16th to early 17th century
Finely potted including two small scallop edge dishes centred with fruits and birds in a garden, with four freely decorated shaped reserves to the interior and fantastic creature motifs to the rims, one bowl with 'chatter lines' underside; the larger bowl of similar design with kiln grit to the base
Height: 5cm Diameter: 15cm and smaller

 600-700

121
A CHINESE CHICKEN WING WOOD AND MARBLE DISPLAY STAND
The waisted stand with flecked marble insert to the top, having a fluted collar above a pierced apron and five cabriole legs united by a pierced knot style undertier
Height: 13cm

 200-300

122
A KYOTO TYPE SATSUMA VASE
Circa: Taisho to Showa period, 1920-30s
The baluster vase with waisted neck decorated with two main figural reserves between brocaded borders in an iron red, pale blue and grey palette with gilded and white moriage enamel details; unmarked
Height: 31.5cm

 60-100

123
AN OPPOSITE PAIR OF KUTANI VASES
Meiji period, 1880-1900, mark of Kutani and maker
Baluster vases with waisted necks and faux lion's head ring handles, finely decorated to one face with a reserve featuring a woman and child in a garden setting, two birds amidst flora to the reverse, with brocaded borders and embellishments throughout in the typical iron red palette, characters underside
Height: 36.5cm

 300-400

124
A SGRAFFITO 'DOUBLE HAPPINESS' BOWL AND STAND
Qing Dynasty, probably 18th to 19th century
A weathered food bowl with a rolled rim, decorated with freely executed incised decoration with blue black colouring on an oatmeal crackle ground, twice marked with double happiness symbols amidst scrolling forms, with stand
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 100-200

125
A KYOTO SATSUMA COVERED BOTTLE
Early 20th century
Ovoid with a long neck and low domed cover with knop, profusely decorated with figural narratives to two reserves amidst myriad patterns and borders, in iron red, gold and polychrome moriage enamels
Height: 27.5cm

 150-200

126
A BLUE AND WHITE DRAGON DISH
The dish with a shaped edge and antique script around the rim, centred with a writhing dragon amidst lotus flowers, bamboo decoration externally, the glazed base with concentric rings
Height: 4cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 100-200

127
A CHINESE STYLE COVERED TUREEN
20th century
Straight-sided and circular with small handles and a domed lid, enamel decorated with insects, fruits and flora, painted mark underside
Height: 14.5cm Diameter: 19cm

 30-50

128
A CHINESE POLYCHROME ENAMEL DECORATED PLATE
20th century
Decorated to the centre with sages, scholars and a tiger, with four floral reserves to the rim interspersed with pairs of grape eating squirrels, rubbed four character painted marks underside
Diameter: 26cm

 80-100

129
AN ANTIQUE POLYCHROME CHRYSANTHEMUM PLATE
Qing Dynasty, probably mid 19th century
Centred with an orange yellow flower surrounded by smaller lilac blooms, foliage and butterflies, a fleur-de-lis and pendant border, the rim with an orange band enriched with gilt honeycomb designs within a green fret border
Diameter: 24cm

 140-180

130
A GROUP OF TWO IMARI CHARGERS AND A BIRD SHAPED DISH
19th century
The two chargers, one with a scalloped edge centred with a vase of flowers, the other with patterned and scenic reserves; a scalloped triangular dish with the head of a crane in low relief before a three friends of winter floral arrangement and enclosed by patterned borders emulating stylised tail feathers
Height: 4cm Diameter: 31cm and smaller

 50-100

131
A VARIED GROUP OF SIX STONE SEALS
In shousan stone, soapstone, other, including a figural seal depicting Shouxing, a crystalline celadon green stone seal with a dog of fo, a red stone plinth, an
amber mountain stone seal with script, and two bright green cylindrical seals
Height: 8cm and smaller

 300-400

132
A JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
A circular square section profile bottle carved in relief with a dragon above a pavilion to one face and antique script to the reverse, with a bright green stone cabochon and brass stopper with spoon attachment
Height: 6.5cm

 400-600

133
TWO CHINESE RANK INSIGNIA HAT KNOBS AND ONE OTHER HAT ORNAMENT
In pink quartz and rock crystal with brass attachments, and a green glass hat ornament replicating jade
Length: 11cm and smaller

 500-700

134
A CORAL ORNAMENT IN A GLASS DISPLAY CASE
Simply carved and pierced depicting a figure in a landscape, upon a timber base and housed in a glass box
Height: 10.5cm Width: 7cm Depth: 5.5cm

 400-600

135
A PAIR OF SATSUMA 'HUNDRED FLOWERS' DISHES
Showa period, post 1945 era, bearing name of Koshida in English
Profusely decorated throughout with auspicious chrysanthemum and other blooms on a gold stippled ground, gold backstamp underside
Diameter: 12cm

 20-30

136
A GROUP OF FOUR SATSUMA BIRD PLATES
Early to mid 20th century, company mark of Koshida with shimazu crest
Brightly enamel and gilt decorated with birds amidst auspicious foliage, blossoms, bamboo, wisteria; three characters to red cartouches underside
Diameter: 12.5cm

 50-80

137
THREE CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE PLATES
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
A pair of bird and insect plates with fruiting and flowering branches on a celadon ground, and a similar sprigged white ground dish, the celadon dishes with square bordered seal marks underside
Diameter: 16cm and 14.5cm

 30-50

138
A YOKOYAMA SATSUMA DISH
Meiji period, 1868-1912, signed probably Hakuzan, with shimazu family crest
The dish depicting twenty three rakan, one holding a document also signed Hakuzan, and a dragon, with shimazu crest and enclosed by a chevron border; two character mark with shimazu mon to cartouche
Diameter: 18.5cm

 100-150

139
A KUTANI BOWL
Meiji period, 1868-1912, mark of probably Tsukuru Kutani
The bowl depicting a figure bowing before a courtly figure in a landscape setting, a deep brocaded border in a muted palette with moriage enamel details to the rim, floral sprays and fan motifs externally, character marks for maker's name and Dai Nippon underside
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 100-200

140
TWO IMARI PLATES AND A BOWL
19th century
A plate with patterned and floral reserved borders, a plate featuring a large basket of flowers within a single blue line to the rim, with repair, and; a bowl decorated to the interior and exterior with floral reserves and patterned panels
Height: 9cm Diameter: 21.5cm (bowl)

 50-100

141
A GROUP OF TWO IMARI CHARGERS AND A DISH
19th century
One centred with a mons type motif, two with vases of flowers, all of scalloped design with reserved borders enclosing patterns and vegetal motifs in a typical palette of underglaze blue with iron red, green and apricot colours, the dish with gilt enrichments
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 30.5cm and smaller

 50-100

142
A JAPANESE MAKI-E LACQUER AND ENAMELLED METAL CIGARETTE CASE
Probably Taisho to Showa period, 1920s-40s
The slender form cigarette case in deep red decorated to the lid with chrysanthemum flowers in low relief upon a gold dust ground, spring hinged and with twin wires to the interior; housed in a wooden box
Length: 14.5cm Width: 9cm

 150-200

143
A PAIR OF VINTAGE BOXED KUTANI SAKE BOTTLES
20th century
The bottles of faceted form decorated with two reserves depicting two figures reading and an abundance of auspicious flora, in moriage enamels and muted blue, green and iron red colours upon a mottled olive and brown ground, characters and seal marks underside, housed in a wooden case
Height: 13.5cm

 80-100

144
A PAIR OF TRADITIONAL STYLE DRUM STOOLS
The barrel shaped stools with eight shaped supports to circular bases
Height: 45cm Diameter: 40cm

 100-200

145
A VINTAGE CHINESE ART DECO CAMPHOR WOOD CHEST
Circa: 1930s
With an oval arching mid section, profusely carved in relief with oriental scenes to cartouches, having a traditional brass lock (without key) and circular backplate, and fan shaped bracket feet
Height: 48cm Width: 94cm Depth: 44cm

 100-150

146
AN ORIENTAL HANGING DISPLAY STAND
The timber framed shadow box stand with a glass door front, with a series of tiered shelves with upturned ends
Height: 64cm Width: 43cm Depth: 12cm

 50-100

147
AN ORIENTAL HANGING DISPLAY STAND
The large timber framed shadow box stand with a mirror back and glass door front with a series of tiered shelves with upturned ends, fret details in relief to the crest
Height: 82cm Width: 53cm Depth: 11cm

 100-200

148
A LARGE WMF GLASS AND SILVER-PLATED PUNCH DECANTER
1910-1914, ostrich trademark for Württembergische Metallwaren Fabrik
The tapering jug with a waterfall arrangement of flute cuts and scroll motifs, with a thread edged collar and flat lid, the bracket handle with reticulated feature, thumb spur and elegant hinged mechanism, an internal removable ice cooler and frame; trademark of period to lid
Height: 35cm

 150-200

149
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PLATED MECHANICAL COVER WARMING DISH
Early 20th century, with maker's mark of Boardman, Glossop & Co., Sheffield
The ovoid dish with a retractable lid embellished with radiating ribs and pendant husks to reserves, applied handles and raised on fluted legs with formal mounts and lion's paw feet, a fitted pierced dish to the interior
Height: 22cm Length: 36cm Width: 22.5cm

 100-150

150
A FINE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE AND BOAR TUSK DISH
Later 19th century, Sheffield, with maker's mark for Joseph Rodgers & Sons, design 2660
Three conjoined clam shell dishes with an arching boar tusk handle having a stiff leaf mount to the broad end and cap to the other, raised on three ball feet, marker's marks underside
Height: 11cm Length: 39cm Width: 28cm

 100-200

151
TWO SILVER DISHES, STERLING AND OTHER, AND A SILVER PLATED TRAY
1949 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Suckling Ltd
An Edwardian style lobed pedestal dish with pairs of upturned scrolling handles and pierced foliate motifs, hallmarked underside; an .821 silver (tested) circular scallop edged bowl, and; a silver plated oval Chinese oval tray
Total silver weight: 178gr (excluding tray)
Length: 35cm Width: 22cm and smaller

 60-100

152
A COLLECTION OF JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER TEASPOONS, COCKTAIL STICKS WITH STAND, AND SKEWERS
Mid 20th century
A boxed set of six teaspoons with floral motifs to the terminals, 36 cocktail sticks with a mushroom shaped tiered stand for twelve sticks, and a set of twelve long skewers with floral terminals and twisted upper stems; hallmarked
Silver weight: 376gr
Length: 18.5cm (skewer)

 100-200

153
A JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER BOWL AND A SWING HANDLED TRAY
Mid 20th century
The scallop edged bowl with a profusely decorated pierced floral rim and a hammered tray, and; a flowerhead style shallow tray with a striking blackened finish, and a decorative swing handle, hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 698gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 26.5cm and smaller

 200-300

154
A SMALL CHINESE SILVER VASE
Qing Dynasty, about 1900, with mark of WH 90 for Wang Hing
A waisted baluster vase embossed with an encircling dragon, marks underside
Silver weight: 96gr
Height: 8.5cm

 200-300

155
A COLLECTION OF JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER COASTERS, DISHES, OTHER
Mid 20th century
Comprising six drinks coasters, a pair of small dishes and one slightly larger, and a conical toothpick holder, all with typical stylised flora and a lightly hammered finish, hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 423gr
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 12.5cm and smaller

 100-200

156
A PAIR OF PERSIAN SILVER VASES
20th century
Tapering ovoid vases with waisted necks, dish form rims and twin handles, embossed and profusely engraved with flora, birds and formal lappet style borders, each with four shaped reserves depicting figures at leisure and birds amidst flowers; hallmarked 84 in Latin and Arabic to shield cartouches underside
Silver weight: 1488gr
Height: 27cm

 800-1200

157
A PERSIAN .84 SILVER TRAY
20th century, with standard in Latin and Arabic, maker's trademark
Circular with an applied cast rim, and a wide border finely and intricately engraved with formal repeat lotus and other floral motifs, centred with the falcon symbol of Iran; hallmarked to rim underside
Silver weight: 786gr
Diameter: 32cm

 450-600

158
A FINE CHINESE SILVER COURT NECKLACE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
With a large cloud shaped cast medallion embellished with vegetal motifs in relief attached to a chain suspending a series of ball pendants of graduated size, four spread winged bird motifs, clasp attachment, character mark to medallion, and mounted on a blue felt display board

 100-150

159
A CHINESE SILVER ORNAMENT
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
A small traditionally attired figure carrying a basket, wearing a hat with small articulated links to the brim and attached to a short chain with a carnelian bead and hooked clasp
Total weight: 20gr
Length: 6.5cm

 50-100

160
TWO COMPLEMENTARY CHINESE SILVER BOWLS
Early 20th century, with characters and initials for Cheong Shing of Canton
Both bowls with lightly gilt washed interiors and decorated externally with kakiemon arrangements of auspicious foliage and birds, one bowl depicting bamboo, the other prunus; marks underside
Silver weight: 308gr
Height: 5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 400-600

161
TWO INDIAN SILVER BOWLS AND A JUG
Two small bowls, one with a continuous frieze, the other with reserves, and an ovoid jug with strap handle, of traditional profuse embossed foliate design, one bowl marked T.90
Silver weight: 290gr
Height: 9cm (jug)

 80-120

162
TWO SILVER SPILL VASES, INDIAN AND CHINESE
Early to mid 20th century
Of traditional conical design, the Indian example with a scale and embossed foliate design and chevron bordered rim, the Chinese example of pierced floral form with a fluted rim; marked to the foot
Silver weight: 108gr
Height: 13.5cm and 12.5cm

 40-60

163
FOUR JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER SMOKING EFFECTS: A TABLE CIGARETTE BOX, TWO ASHTRAYS AND A MATCHBOX HOLDER
Mid 20th century
A profusely decorated embossed timber lined box with maker's mark of Pamor; two small ashtrays of hammered design with embossed floral edges, and a matchbox holder with a formal lotus design; all marked .800
Total weight: 437gr
Height: 4.5cm Length: 14cm Width: 9.5cm

 150-200

164
A RECTANGULAR JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER TRAY
Mid 20th century
The tray with a scalloped rim enclosing a pierced and embossed rim embellished with scrolling foliage and lotus motifs, the tray with a lightly hammered finish; apparently unmarked
Silver weight: 792gr
Length: 40cm Width: 25.5cm

 250-350

165
TWO JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER BOXES
Mid 20th century
A cylindrical box and a low domed box, both typically decorated with stylised flora on a hammered and blackened ground, one marked KT 800, the other marked .800 with trademark
Silver weight: 424gr
Height: 8.5cm and 6cm

 100-200

166
A GROUP OF MIXED JAVANESE YOGYA .800 SILVER WARES: A PAIR OF CANDLESTICKS, A SPECIMEN VASE, A PEN TRAY AND A LETTER OPENER
Mid 20th century
All typically decorated with stylised floral on a hammered and blackened ground, all marked .800 with various makers' initials
Total weight: 365gr (weighted candlesticks)
Height: 14cm (vase) Length: 25cm (tray)

 100-200

167
AN ORNATE FIVE PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
20th century, in the Eastern manner, only marked Sterling Silver
Comprising a long-necked coffee pot, teapot, sugar basin, creamer and a shaped circular tray, with waisted compressed bodies profusely embossed with scrolling vegetal forms and pendant beadwork borders, ebonised handles and finials to pots
Total weight: 3959gr Diameter: 41cm (tray) Height: 23cm (coffee pot)

 2800-3500

168
A DECORATIVE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DISH
1889 London, with maker's mark for Charles Edwards
Lozenge shaped and profusely embossed with gadroons, floral forms, and heart shaped cabochons, with pierced rims and handles in the rocaille manner; hallmarked to tray
Silver weight: 363gr
Height: 5.5cm Length: 30cm Width: 20cm

 200-300

169
A DUTCH SILVER VASE, A TEA STRAINER, AND A STERLING AND GLASS BASED SPECIMEN VASE
Early to second half 20th century
A .835 silver slender trumpet pedestal vase hallmarked to upper body and foot; a 1916 cast pierced strainer featuring a galleon terminal, apparently unmarked, and; a weighted sterling vase with an etched glass bowl
Total weight: 150gr
Height: 24cm and smaller

 60-80

170
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER VASE & A HANAU SILVER SWEET MEAT BASKET
1902 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Devenport; and 1903-1926 Hanau, with pseudo hallmarks for Friedrich Reusswig
A squat urn form vase with an embossed Rococo frieze and pedestal base; an ornate pierced Louis XVI style basket with swags and borders; hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 328gr Heights: 9.5cm and 8.5cm

 150-250

171
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TRAY
1904 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall
The embossed tray with a large cartouche surrounded by scrolling foliage on a textured ground, a close ribbed border to the shallow sides to a flat rim with spaced shaped ribs and crimped edges; hallmarked to cartouche
Silver weight: 271gr
Length: 27.5cm Width: 19cm

 150-180

172
A MIXED GROUP OF SIX LITTLE RETICULATED STERLING SILVER DISHES
1895 Chester, 1897-1925 Birmingham, various makers including Hardy Bros.
Some dishes, including a pair, with formal trellis type borders, two Victorian items of embossed Rococo revival form; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 178gr
Height: 3cm Diameter: 10.5cm and smaller

 80-120

173
AN ASSORTMENT OF THIRTY SEVEN STERLING AND CONTINENTAL SILVER SOUVENIR SPOONS, PLUS A LETTER OPENER WITH SCABBARD
20th century
American, German, Dutch, Swedish, Greek, English, Indonesian, some with enamelled finials, plus a shaped sword like letter opener in a brass scabbard
Total weight: 464gr (without scabbard)
Length: 17.5cm (letter opener)

 150-200

174
A GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOON
19th century, partial marks only, G and N flanking the Scottish thistle standard
Of simple Old English design; partial hallmarks underside
Silver weight: 60gr
Length: 23cm

 30-50

175
A GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CUTLERY SERVICE
Early to later 19th century, London, Edinburgh, various dates and makers
In Fiddle and Thread pattern, a setting for six including forks in two sizes, spoons in four sizes and a fine range of accessory servers, and; in a differing long thread design: knives in two sizes and a carving set and fish server; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 3393gr
Length: 25.5cm (dinner knife)

 1600-2400

176
A FIVE PIECE GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE DESIGNED BY HARALD NIELSEN
Post 1945 mark, with maker's initials for Harald Nielsen, pattern 875
An ovoid coffee pot and a similar teapot, covered creamer and sugar basin, four items with single wood handles to the side and a looped blossom style finial, upon a matching circular tray; hallmarked to all elements
Total weight: 2519gr
Height: 16.5cm (coffee Pot) Length: 40.5cm (tray)

 10000-15000

177
A RUSSIAN SILVER AND GEM SET ELEPHANT MATCH HOLDER BY FABERGÉ
1896-1908, St Petersburg, 88 zolotniki (916.6) with workmaster's mark, I.P for Julius Rappoport, and Fabergé in Cyrillic
Set with eighteen single cut diamonds to the caparison and four cabochon rubies, with ivory tusks and a well for matches, hallmarked to well; provenance: private collection Melbourne, acquired at auction in London 1980s for ?16 000
Height: 4.5cm Width: 7cm

 15000-20000

178
A STERLING SILVER GOBLET, SUGAR CASTER AND A PAIR OF KNIFE RESTS
Early 19th to mid 20th century, London and Birmingham, various makers
A pair of Georgian London-made bar bell knife rests; a gilt washed goblet, probably 1809 London by Robert Metham, and; a baluster shaped sugar caster with a high domed pierced lid, 1950 Birmingham by Adie Bros, all hallmarked
Silver weight: 353gr
Height: 15cm (goblet)

 200-300

179
A SET OF FOUR GEORGE II STYLE STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS, CAST IN ORIGINAL MOULDS AFTER PAUL DE LAMERIE
1969 Dublin, with maker's marks RILS, for probably Royal Irish Silver Ltd
Heavy gauge lavish sticks of knopped and ornate form with stiff leaf, shell and mask motifs upon shaped stepped bases; hallmarked underside and to sconces
Silver weight: 4530gr
Height: 23.5cm

 8000-12000

180
A STERLING SILVER PERAK TURF CLUB TROPHY SALVER
1968 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Elkington & Co
The salver with a pie crust rim and raised on four hoof feet, with an inscription in English and Malaysian, 'Horses 2, Division 1 ¼ Miles'
Silver weight: 954gr
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 400-500

181
A THREE PIECE SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE, PLUS CONTINENTAL SUGAR TONGS, SMALL CUP, AND AN UNMARKED STRAINER
1927 Glasgow, with maker's marks for Robert Scott
Comprising a faceted carinate teapot with wooden handle, creamer and sugar basin, all raised on cabriole hoof feet; a small .800 Austro Hungarian cup; a pair of German silver sugar tongs, a basket weave strainer, hallmarked to five
Total weight: 898gr (excluding strainer)
Height: 16cm (teapot)

 500-650

182
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER JUG WITH COVER
1903 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Edward Wilmot
The jug of tapering carinate profile with four lobes divided by flutes, the low domed hinged lid with finial of conforming design, having a reeded '7' shaped handle with ivory insulators; hallmarked to upper body
Total weight: 338gr
Height: 16.5cm

 260-340

183
A FIVE PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1897, 1913 Sheffield, 1910, 1929 Birmingham, various makers including Martin Hall & Co, Hardy Bros., Alexander Clark & Co., T.M
All pieces of Neoclassical boat shape with gadroons to the lower registers and bracket handles, comprising pedestal coffee and hot water pots, a teapot, covered sugar basin and hinged creamer; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 2015gr Height: 25.5cm and smaller

 800-1200

184
A STERLING SILVER COVERED JUG
1901 London, with partial maker's mark for W.. over HH
Of elegant pear shaped form with a flat rim and domed lid with finial, raised on a waisted, stepped base and having an ebonised handle; hallmarks to neck, lid interior Total weight: 276gr Height: 19cm
Height: 17cm

 200-400

185
A FINE PAIR OF STERLING SILVER ARTS AND CRAFTS CANDLESTICKS
1911 Sheffield, with maker's marks for James Dixon & Sons
Of elegant tapering square section form to a spreading base with strap and rivet decoration, the sconce set within a shallow dish; hallmarked to foot rim
Total weight: 1786 (weighted)
Height: 31cm

 1500-2500

186
A VICTORIAN NEOCLASSICAL STYLE STERLING SILVER COVERED CUP
1874 London, with maker's mark for Robert Hennell
The pedestal cup of ovoid form with a waisted domed lid with fruiting finial and upright mascaron handles to the collar, decorated with overlapping tiered petals to the upper register above a frieze of laurel swags, stiff leaves to the lower register and domed foot; hallmarked to body and cover
Silver weight: 1744gr
Height: 33.5cm

 7000-9000

187
A HEAVY GAUGE FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE
1964, 1966 London, with maker's marks for Guild of Handicraft
Comprising a teapot, covered sugar basin, creamer and associated tray, the teapot in a lightly hammered finish of cylindrical form with a waisted base, a clam shell finial and a scrolling Georgian type timber handle, the creamer, basin conforming, the oval tray with a reeded edge and twin handles; hallmarked
Total weight: 2642gr
Length: 45.5cm Width: 30.5cm (tray) Height: 17.5cm (teapot)

 2500-3500

188
A FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA SERVICE, WITH ARMORIAL
1879 London, with maker's mark for Jackson & Chase
Comprising teapot and stand, creamer and sugar basin of Classical square section form with gadroons, concentric horizontal ribs and slender rope borders to the bodies, the teapot with a timber bracket handle; hallmarked to all, with ermine armorials, stand with inscription 'Pejus letho flagitium'
Total weight: 1242gr
Height: 14cm Width: 24.5cm and smaller

 1000-1500

189
AN AUSTRIAN SILVER TRAY
Circa: 1870s, with later import mark for 1900-1921 period
The circular tray with an applied rim punctuated with scrolling leaf motifs to the threaded edge; rubbed hallmarks to border
Silver weight: 905gr
Diameter: 35cm

 400-700

190
A GERMAN .800 SILVER SALVER
Post 1886, crown and crescent mark, maker's mark, retailer's mark for Wilhelm Lameyer
Of plain form with a pie crust thread edged rim
Silver weight: 687gr
Diameter: 34cm

 500-600

191
A STERLING SILVER SIR RUSSELL DRYSDALE LIMITED EDITION PLATE
'Western Landscape', 1973, numbered 741 and manufactured by Stokes (Australasia) Ltd, framed
Diameter: 20cm (plate)

 300-500

192
A STERLING SILVER SIR RUSSELL DRYSDALE LIMITED EDITION PLATE
'The Stockman', 1976, numbered 983 and manufactured by Stokes (Australasia) Ltd, framed
Diameter: 20cm (plate)

 300-500

193
AN EDWARDIAN SOLID STERLING MINIATURE SILVER BEAR
1908 London import mark
A naturalistically modelled standing bear holding a staff, marked .925 with import mark to right leg
Silver weight: 54gr
Height: 6.5cm

 50-100

194
A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN .800 SILVER TRAY
Post 1929 mark, with maker's initials FB
The rectangular tray with a pierced continuous rim and an applied foliate edge, hallmarked underside to short end
Silver weight: 453gr
Length: 38.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 200-250

195
TWO SOLID CONTINENTAL SILVER MINIATURE FIGURES: A TAPER STICK HOLDER AND A GESCHUZT ART NOUVEAU MAIDEN
Early to later 20th century
A woman in a diaphanous gown, her hands clasped behind her head, marked .800 and Geschuzt to foot rim, and; a balletic nude holding aloft a small sconce and dish, raised on a pierced floral base, marked .800 to dish
Silver weight: 111gr
Heights: 10cm and 13cm

 100-200

196
A STERLING SILVER HEDGEHOG TOOTHPICK HOLDER AND A SMALL BOX
1902 London, with no maker's marks (hedgehog); 1894 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Charles S. Green & Co
A hollow cast hedgehog covered with a series of perforations; hallmarked to lower body; and a small lined quatrefoil trinket box on four petite legs
Total weight: 150gr
Height: 4.5cm Width: 7.5cm (toothpick holder)

 100-150

197
A DELIGHTFUL PAIR OF OWL SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
1995 Birmingham, with maker's marks, PJM, for Period Jewellery Manufacturing
Cast with removable heads and glass bead eyes, hallmarked to tail feathers
Total weight: 113gr
Height: 6cm

 200-300

198
A DUTCH SILVER NURSERY BOWL, BEAKER, AND A STERLING TEETHING RING
1955-56, with maker's marks for Fa. J.M. van Kempen & Zoon, .833 standard, and date unknown but marked .925 (ring)
A plain bowl with a flattened rim, and a beaker with an applied rim, engraved to mark the birth of the recipient, and an ivory and pear shaped silver rattle and teething ring; hallmarked to all, teething ring marked to bail
Total weight: 279gr
Diameter: 16cm

 100-150

199
AN ART NOUVEAU STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL DISH
1908 Birmingham, with rubbed maker's marks
The bowl of elegant serpentine form with ribbon tied threaded rims and three sinuous scrolling bifurcated arms each enclosing a flattened bead; hallmarked to inner rim
Silver weight: 164gr
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 100-200

200
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SWING HANDLED PEDESTAL BASKET
1860 London, with maker's mark for Edward & John Barnard
The heavy gauge basket of lobed form with scrolling rims and engraved formal fruit, shell and floral pendants to each lobe, the swing handle of pierced and leafy form; hallmarked to lower body
Silver weight: 856gr
Height: 10cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 800-1200

201
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SALVER
Post 1945 to about 1960 period, maker's mark of Stokes & Sons, with koala
The elegant scallop edged salver with gadrooned edges and raised on three ball and claw feet with leafy mounts, hallmarked underside, twice, with various punches including, koala emblem, initials, date cypher
Silver weight: 1329gr
Diameter: 36cm

 600-800

202
A PAIR OF AMERICAN STERLING SILVER SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
Early 20th century, American, with maker's marks for Duchin
The weighted pillar style shakers raised on a socle, having a ribbed band to the collar and foot, the lower half with a subtle fluted design; with the original glass inserts and marked sterling underside
Height: 13.5cm

 100-150

203
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER PEPPER POT
1780, London, with rubbed maker's marks, possibly Thomas Shepherd
Of plain form with a long neck and bulbous lower body to a pedestal foot; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 63gr
Height: 10.5cm

 80-100

204
A STERLING SILVER JUG
1948 Sheffield, with maker's mark for A.E Poston & Co
Cauldron shaped with an applied rim and decorative pendants raised on four shell pad feet with formal Neoclassical style mounts, with a reed and leaf embellished 'C' handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 370gr
Height: 10cm Width: 16.5cm

 300-400

205
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL STYLE TABLE MIRROR
1913 London, with rubbed marker's marks
Rectangular with an arched decorative crest embellished with an urn issuing flowers, the reeded frame with a cross ribbon motif throughout, pendants to the upper edges and scrolling flourishes to the foot, the velvet back with easel stand; hallmarked to left frame
Height: 43.5cm Width: 33cm

 2000-4000

206
A MEXICAN STERLING SILVER SHAMROCK SHAPED TRAY
Post 1935, with maker's mark for Juvento Lopez Reyes, Mexico City
Fabricated as four dishes with a central laurel leaf ring handle; maker's marks underside and marked sterling .925
Silver weight: 625gr
Length: 36cm Width: 30cm

 300-450

207
A GROUP OF .800, .833 AND STERLING SILVER ITEMS: A TANKARD, BEAKER, NAPKIN RING AND AN ENGLISH KNIFE
1908 Sheffield, with maker's mark for George Warriss, and 1920s-30s
A tankard with a hammered finish and strap handle, marked PWR 800, a Dutch .833 silver beaker with a ribbed border, a hammered napkin ring, and a presentation knife with a mother-of-pearl handle; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 560gr
Height: 11cm (tankard) Length: 27.5cm (knife)

 150-250

208
AN ART DECO AMBER GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
The golden amber dish continuously decorated with flowers and hail spots in relief upon an unusual stem comprised of three metal capped cylinders to a ribbed circular metalware base, signed, apparently AM, in relief to glass
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32cm

 80-100

209
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH OPALINE DECANTER SET
Late 19th century
Comprising a tray, conical decanter, pedestal cordial glasses and a bowl (lid absent), in mint green with white enamel and gilded decoration of birds amongst vegetation
Height: 27.5cm (decanter)

 60-100

210
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE AND GLASS CLARET JUG
Circa: 1885, with maker's mark for Hukin & Heath, design 11648
The pear shaped body with an internal vertical rib décor and a starburst base, with a plain straight-sided collar, a flat hinged lid, triangular pouring spout and an elegant scroll handle; marks to the collar
Height: 20.5cm

 200-300

211
A DAUM NANCY BROWN SMOKE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1926
A slender tapering ovoid vase with geometric stylised branch decoration dotted with small squares upon an acid etched matt textured ground, incised mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine to foot, polished pontil underside
Height: 28.5cm

 550-900

212
AN ART DECO GLASS TABLE LAMP BY SONOVER
Circa: 1930
A moulded and frosted globular shade supported in an octagonal and stepped amber glass base, signed Sonover twice in relief, to shade and underside
Height: 18cm

 120-150

213
A CAMEO SOLIFLEUR VASE BY EMILE GALLÉ
Post 1904, with posthumous Gallé mark with star of period
Of globular form with a long slender neck and cup form rim, depicting flowers in olive green, mauve and white colours upon a creamy peach ground, signature in cameo, ground pontil
Height: 31.5cm

 1500-2500

214
A SMALL ART DECO OPALESCENT BIRD VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1938
A square section fan shaped vase with moulded pairs of birds to both faces, unmarked
Height: 11cm Width: 17.4cm Depth: 7.5cm

 100-200

215
A SLOVENIAN MID CENTURY GLASS VASE
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tapering vase with etched flowers and foliage upon a gilt trellis ground between gilt bands; marked Slovenia and one other mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 30-50

216
A GLASS VASE BY BACCARAT
Second quarter to mid 20th century
The heavy gauge vase with a broad everted rim with spiral cuts, the bulbous lower body with reverse incisions, circular stencil mark of Baccarat underside
Height: 25.5cm

 120-200

217
A MID CENTURY VAL ST LAMBERT CRYSTAL CASED LAMP BASE
1950-60s
The organic tapering triangular lamp with a cased blue core signed to base and with original decal
Height: 25.5cm

 80-120

218
THIRTY-FIVE PIECES OF ANTIQUE STEM WARE IN THREE SIZES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Comprising twelve champagne coupes, eleven wine glasses and twelve sherry glasses, all with lens cut borders and elegant droplet style pendants, unmarked
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 300-500

219
AN ART DECO D'ARGYL AMETHYST VASE
Circa: 1930
The tapering ovoid vase with a broad ringed neck and cup shaped rim, having an applied brass collar with pendant ornaments, the body decorated with alternating scale and floral panels in matt and silvered colours, painted mark of 'D'Argyl to lower body
Height: 32cm

 350-450

220
TWO GLASS PITCHERS
Circa: 1900
One of tapering form with a small pouring spout, the other of waisted form with a pinched rim and spout, both with applied handles and heavy bases with ground pontils
Height: 21.5cm and 20.5cm

 30-50

221
A FINE CAMEO GLASS VASE BY EMILE GALLÉ
Circa 1900
A refined tapering vase with a compressed base overlaid with an acid etched and polished design of waterlilies, lily leaves, sinuous foliage and other blooms in subtle aubergine and smoky blue grey colours on a modulating and mottled lemon ground, with mark of Gallé in cameo near base.
Height: 24cm

 1500-2500

222
AN ART DECO PRESS MOULDED GREEN GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
An ovoid frosted light green vase decorated in relief with overlapping flower heads above a handkerchief style triangular point base
Height: 20cm

 100-160

223
AN ART DECO ACID ETCHED PETROL BLUE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
Of everted from with a spreading base and decorated with etched blade motifs and circular patterns, concentric horizontal ribs to the rim, polished pontil underside
Height: 26.5cm

 350-550

224
A LARGE FRENCH BURNT ORANGE PORCELAIN THREE HANDLED URN VASE
Early 20th century, unmarked, in the manner of Jaget et Pinon of Tours
With a long tapering neck to a broad carinate collar and tapering body with three bold buttress type handles, decorated in gilt and bronze colours with a laurel and griffin border and vegetal sprigs
Height: 58cm

 300-400

225
A PAIR OF FRENCH PORCELAIN PEDESTAL VASES IN THE CHINESE STYLE
Early to mid 20th century
Slender urn form vases raised on square bases decorated in the Qianlong famille rose manner with floral cartouches, scale borders, white moriage enamel embellishments and gold fleur-de-lis borders, mock seal marks underside
Height: 39.5cm

 300-500

226
A PAIR OF FRENCH BISCUIT PORCELAIN FIGURES
Later 19th century, mark of Vion et Baury, Paris
Finely modelled male and female romantic figures in 18th century dress, decorated in soft pastel colours with gilt enrichments and depicting a gallant tempting a wool spinner with a strand of gold beads; open green anchor mark underside
Height: 43cm

 100-200

227
AN ELEGANT PAIR OF FRENCH COBALT BOTTLE VASES BY JAGET ET PINON
Early 20th century, gilded tower mark, initials JP (Jaget et Pinon of Tours)
In rich saturated colour with long tapering necks to compressed bases, decorated in gilt and bronze colours with Neoclassical festoon motifs and floral sprigs; stamped trademarks underside
Height: 42.5cm

 350-650

228
A LARGE W & R CARLTON WARE TEMPLE VASE
About 1920, design A 3027, design attributed to Horace Wain
The large baluster temple vase in W & R 'Temple' pattern with Chinoiserie designs in enamel on a cream matt ground, the black neck decorated with brocaded borders and enamelled flowers; backstamp underside and original Buenos Aires retailer's label
Height: 48cm

 1000-2000

229
A DOULTON LAMBETH SALT GLAZED TANKARD
Late 19th century, design 1876, and decorated by Florence Barlow
Of tapering form with a white metal rim, long loop handle and a waisted foot, sgraffito decorated with two horses in a grassy meadow, in brown colours with a spray of blue foliage on a light tan ground; impressed factory mark, Florence Barlow's monogram and design number underside
Height: 12.5cm

 200-300

230
A ROSENTHAL VASE
1920s-30s
The ovoid vase decorated with autumn harvest berry fruits and leaves upon an ivory ground; green backstamp of Rosenthal Selb-Bavaria underside
Height: 17cm

 40-50

231
A 42 PIECE ROYAL CROWN MYOTT'S 'CHELSEA BIRD' DINNER SERVICE
1930s
The red Chelsea Bird service for six with accessories comprising: plates in four sizes, soup bowls, tea cups and associated saucers, two platters, a gravy boat and stand, large and small covered tureens, with backstamps underside to all
Length: 41cm Width: 31.5cm (platter)

 300-500

232
A PAIR OF W & R CARLTON WARE 'MIKADO' CANDLESTICKS
1924-1927 period, pattern 2881, design attributed to Enoch Bolton
Shaped pillar sticks with cup shaped sconces and wells, decorated with oriental figures, pavilions and landscapes in enamel colours upon a matt black ground with terracotta borders, black backstamp, painted pattern underside
Height: 18cm

 100-120

233
A CROWN DEVON 'IVRINE' PORCELAIN WATER CARRIER
Circa: 1920-30
A large figurine of a Grecian female water carrier raised on a circular shot bronze coloured base, backstamp underside with 'ivrine' mark and incised Fieldings mark
Height: 38cm

 100-200

234
A DAINTY 21 PIECE ROYAL DOULTON EMBOSSED ROSE TEA SERVICE
1922-1927, years of production, pattern H 4168
Comprising cups with associated saucers and side plates, a creamer, sugar bowl and a cake plate, the cups, jugs and bowl moulded as folded rose petals, the plates in the form of open flower heads in pink modulating to lemon colours; backstamps to all with registration numbers and painted pattern numbers
Diameter: 22cm (plate)

 50-100

235
A PAIR OF DELFT BLUE AND WHITE PLATES
Mid 18th century
Both depicting a Chinese figure in a fenced garden setting, a narrow diaper border to the rim, a single blue underglaze mark, possibly the letter 'B' underside
Diameter: 23.5cm

 150-200

236
AN EDMÉ SAMPSON OF PARIS PLATE IN THE STYLE OF CHELSEA
Late 19th to early 20th century, with faux gold anchor mark
The hard paste porcelain plate decorated with polychrome fancy birds to three gilt and shaped reserves and a central roundel, the ground richly embellished with peacock feather 'eyes' in a green palette picked out in gilt; mark underside
Diameter: 23.5cm

 80-120

237
AN ART NOUVEAU BRETBY POTTERY JEWEL WARE VASE
Circa: 1900, design 1811
Of tapering square section moulded form in deep bronze colours surmounted by a flattened cup with twin pierced handles and two applied jewels, two faces to the base enamel and gilt decorated with coloured birds in fruiting branches upon a tangerine ground; Bretby mark in relief with design number underside
Height: 33.5cm

 100-200

238
A FINE 83 PIECE HEREND 'ROTHSCHILD BIRD' DINNER SERVICE
20th century, designed 1860; service purchased at Hardy Brothers Melbourne
A complete service for eight with accessories, comprising: dinner, side, tea plates, soup bowls, tea and coffee cups with associated saucers, a meat platter, soup tureen with cover and stand, vegetable dish and cover, coffee and teapots, gravy boat and stand, creamer, milk jug, sugar bowl and stand, a little dish and a bud vase, decorated with birds, insects and pearls, backstamps to all

 1000-2000

239
A PAIR OF BOHEMIAN PORCELAIN EWER VASES
Circa: 1900-1910, with applied hexagonal mark of Carl Knoll
Ornate white moulded vases with applied pierced scrolling leaves to the lattice style collar, polychrome enamel birds to the body and spiral ribs and vegetal motifs to the foot, all picked out in bright gilt, marks underside; as found
Height: 31.5cm

 100-200

240
A ROYAL WORCESTER PHEASANT VASE
1903, design 42/G, signed Chas Stinton to lower body
The near cylindrical shaped vase with a reticulated collar and raised on three short cabriole legs with leafy mounts, decorated to the body with a vibrant pheasant in a lakeside setting; green backstamp and design number underside
Height: 14.5cm

 1000-1500

241
A ROYAL WORCESTER HIGHLAND CATTLE COVERED VASE
1922, design 291/H, signed H. Stinton to lower body
The lobed tapering vase raised on a broad low waisted foot decorated with highland cattle in a naturalistic setting upon an ivory ground, with applied pendant embellishments in shot gold and green colours to the collar and a pierced cover with finial; puce backstamp and design number underside
Height: 14.5cm

 500-800

242
A ROYAL DOULTON CHANGWARE DRAGON VASE
Circa: 1925-30, by Charles Noke and Harry Nixon
The barrel shaped vase with an applied dragon in high relief decorated in richly mottled and unctuous drip glaze colours, Noke signature and Nixon monogram underside with Changware Royal Doulton stamp, also bearing original Doulton & Co paper label
Height: 21.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 3000-6000

243
A ROYAL WORCESTER SWANS IN FLIGHT EWER VASE
1912, design 2441, signed Wm Powell to lower body
Of elegant tear drop form with a high scroll handle and fantastic fish mount and raised on a moulded socle in bronze and green shot colours, the body finely decorated with a flock of white swans flying through reeds upon a pale blue matt ground; puce backstamp, registration mark and design numbers underside
Height: 21.5cm

 2000-4000

244
A W & R CARLTON WARE 'NEW MIKADO' VASE
Circa: 1923, pattern 2727
The cylindrical vase with flaring rim, decorated throughout with a Chinoiserie design featuring pavilions and pleasure boats in a garden setting, in enamel colours with gilt enrichments upon a mottled blue ground, the foot with a brocade border; backstamp underside
Height: 26.5cm

 400-600

245
AN ELEGANT PAIR OF FRENCH TEAL BOTTLE VASES BY JAGET ET PINON
Early 20th century, gilded tower mark, initials JP (Jaget et Pinon of Tours)
With long tapering necks to compressed bases, decorated in gilt and mock marbling with Neoclassical motifs and floral sprigs upon a rich deep teal ground; stamped trademarks underside
Height: 33.5cm

 250-350

246
A GROUP OF SEVEN PIECES OF WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPERWARE
Second half 20th century
Comprising: three covered boxes of various sizes, a small flaring vase, a cabinet plate, and two small dishes, all decorated with white slip designs, one box with grapevine borders, the other items with Classical imagery; impressed marks underside
Diameter: 23.5cm (plate)

 200-300

247
A SET OF WEDGWOOD THIMBLES
Comprising forty one thimbles being the complete set of 'The Kings and Queens of England' in a dedicated timber display cabinet, includes a blank spot anticipating the succession of Prince Charles
Height: 28.5cm Width: 42.5cm

 100-200

248
A BOULOGNE-SUR-MER STUDIO POTTERY VASE BY HENRI DELCOURT
Circa: 1920s
The ovoid vase with a waisted neck, with five bold stylised flower heads in cobalt, ox blood, green and amber colours upon a cream ground, geometric borders to the base and neck, painted HD mark with anchor above numerals 1316 and 4358, France, underside
Height: 26cm

 100-150

249
TWO ROYAL CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN CAT PAPERWEIGHTS
1990 and 1992
A blue and red cat with gilt enrichments and a larger tabby cat in iron red colours, backstamps and date cyphers underside
Height: 13.5cm and 8.5cm

 50-100

250
TWO CROWN DERBY PORCELAIN PARROT PAPERWEIGHTS
2004, 2005
An Amazon green parrot, numbered 2138, and a lorikeet, numbered 902, both from editions of 2500, in vibrant colours enriched with gilt upon floral decorated bases, with original boxes
Height: 16cm and 15.5cm

 180-350

251
A MOORCROFT 'HIBISCUS' TAZZE
1953-1978 period
Boldly decorated to the dish with three tubelined hibiscus flowers in washed plum and yellow colours with blue enrichments upon a green ground, the pedestal base of deep Prussian blue green colour; with facsimile signature underside and paper label, Potters to the Late Queen Mary
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 18cm

 350-450

252
A MOORCROFT 'HIBISCUS' BOTTLE VASE
Second half 20th century
Boldly decorated to the body with three tubelined hibiscus flowers in washed plum and yellow colours with blue enrichments upon a green to Prussian blue green ground, with Moorcroft label of later period attached, and facsimile signature underside
Height: 21.5cm

 300-400

253
A BELGIAN MAJOLICA PLATE IN THE MANNER OF WASMUEL
Circa: 1900
Moulded with central roses and shell, scroll and lattice decorations to the rim, in blue, maroon, brown and green colours
Diameter: 20.5cm

 40-60

254
A FINE MINTON CUPID CABINET PLATE
1880s
Decorated with a cupid in puce poised to shoot a bird with an arrow, upon a pale green cream ground, the gently lobed edges with a gilt dentil border, impressed Minton mark underside with triple date cypher, rubbed pattern number; retailer's stamp for John Mortlock London
Diameter: 23.5cm

 50-80

255
A GROUP OF TWENTY WEDGWOOD JASPERWARE COMMEMORATIVE PLATES
Second half 20th century
Comprising: a complete set of nine small dishes with Australian wildflowers; a small 'Australia' dish; a set of Australian capital city plates; three bicentennial plates: the nine official Australian wildflower emblems, a First Settlement plate, a composite plate, impressed Wedgwood marks and relevant descriptions to all
Diameter: 24cm (large Plate) and smaller

 200-400

256
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
To catch a falling star
Screenprint, editioned 52/125, signed and dated Sibley '08 with title in pencil below image
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

257
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
It's only a paper moon
Screenprint, editioned 106/125, signed and dated Sibley '08 with title in pencil below image
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

258
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
Vilya o Vilya, the witch of the woods
Screenprint, editioned 44/125, signed and dated Sibley '08 with title in pencil below image
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

259
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
You are the sunshine of my life (thankyou Botticelli)
Screenprint, editioned 46/125, signed and dated Sibley '08 with title in pencil below image
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

260
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
Some enchanted evening
Screenprint, editioned 34/125, signed and dated Sibley '08 with title in pencil below image
Height: 67cm Width: 48cm

 100-200

261
A MIXED GROUP OF FOUR BRITISH ETCHINGS
'The Tower of London', by Frank Harding (1935-90)
'Holyrood', and 'Abbey Strand' by Robert Bryden (1865-1939), and; one other; titled, signed to plate in image and/or in pencil below
Height: 17cm Width: 17.5cm (pictured) and other

 200-250

262
WATKINS, JOHN SAMUEL (1866-1942)
Gnarled tree and headland view
Watercolour on paper, signed J S Watkins lower right
Height: 26cm Width: 36cm

 200-300

263
KAHAN, LOUIS (1905-2002)
'The Flight Into Egypt'
Etching, editioned 12/50, titled, signed and dated Louis Kahan 1975 in pencil below image
Height: 36cm Width: 49.5cm

 300-400

264
ZABLAN, ENRICO (20TH CENTURY FILIPINO SCHOOL)
Dancing figures with fans
Oil on canvas, signed Zablan lower left
Height: 60cm Width: 90cm

 50-100

265
JENKINS, JOAN (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Three works, including: Across the water (unframed); Bushland with pink flowers; Cliff face view, oils on canvas board; all signed J Jenkins; Joan Jenkins is an exhibiting member of the Ballarat Society of Artists
Height: 40.5cm Width: 45.5cm (unframed) and smaller

 150-250

266
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
A Pensive Christ in Altona
Screenprint, editioned 13/25, signed and dated Sibley 2008 in pencil below image, title to lower image
Height: 77cm Width: 56cm

 100-200

267
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
The Wise One
Oil and enamel on canvas, signed and dated Sibley '86 verso
Height: 82.5cm Width: 64.5cm

 300-600

268
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
St Luke, Patron saint of artists
Screenprint, editioned 13/25, signed and dated Sibley '94 in pencil below image, title to lower image
Height: 72cm Width: 42cm

 100-200

269
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
Nymphaea Lake, The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain precinct series
Oil and enamel on canvas, signed and dated Sibley 2014, titled 'The Lake' verso; exhibited at Kick Gallery Collingwood 2014, illustrated as 'Nymphaea lake' to flyer with essay by Robert Littlewood; exhibition opened by Professor Tim Entwisle, Director of the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
Height: 69cm Width: 84cm

 500-1000

270
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
'Jester'
Etching, marked Artist's Proof IV, signed indistinctly and dated '72 in pencil below image
Height: 39cm Width: 25.5cm

 80-120

271
VIVIAN, MARIESE (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'Golden Daylesford'
Oil on canvas board, signed M. Vivian lower right
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 40-60

272
WILLIAMSON, JOSI (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Two works
'Along the Acheron way', oil on canvas board, title verso, and; 'Creek at Flowerdale', oil on canvas board, title verso; both signed Josi Williamson
Height: 60cm Width: 45cm

 100-150

273
WILLIAMSON, JOSI (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Two works
'Mt Concord from Bonnie Brae', oil on canvas board, 1988, title and date verso, and; 'Scene at Rillingworth' oil on canvas board, 1992, title and date verso; both signed Josi Williamson
Height: 40cm Width: 44cm

 100-150

274
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE PAINTINGS OF ENGLISH MILITARY COSTUMES
Late 19th century, artist unknown
Paintings in watercolour and gouache depicting soldiers in mid 17th century military attire and housed in their original Aesthetic movement black lacquer and gilt frames
Height: 33cm Width: 23cm and smaller

 50-100

275
DUJARDIN, A. (20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL)
Still life - chrysanthemums
Oil on canvas, signed and dated A. Dujardin 1927 lower right
Height: 71cm Width: 52cm

 200-300

276
SIBLEY, ANDREW J. (1933-2015)
The Madonna of the rotary clothes hoist
Screenprint, editioned 16/25, signed and dated Sibley '94 in pencil below image, title to lower image
Height: 76cm Width: 56cm

 100-200

277
18TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Courtship scene
Oil on panel, apparently unsigned, with 1802 notation and label for Pirmet Sr de Mandar, Paris, verso, and housed in an antique giltwood frame
Height: 31.5cm Width: 36.5cm (includes frame)

 500-1000

278
MACNALLY, MATTHEW JAMES (1874-1943)
Bush scene
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated M.J.Macnally 1939 lower right
Height: 15.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 50-100

279
MUTSAERS, FRANK (1920-2005)
'A spring feeling'
Oil on board, signed Frank Mutsaers lower left, title, signature and dedication "for Jenny" and "for times gone by", verso
Height: 24cm Width: 29cm

 100-200

280
TEBBIT, HENRI (1852-1926)
Sand dunes and inlet
Watercolour on paper, signed H. Tebbitt lower right
Height: 16cm Width: 37cm

 100-200

281
GIBSON, GEORGE. B (20TH CENTURY CANADIAN SCHOOL)
Forest and lake
Palette knife oil on board, signed G.B. Gibson lower right
Height: 39.5cm Width: 49.5cm

 100-200

282
GIBSON, GEORGE. B (20TH CENTURY CANADIAN SCHOOL)
Forest in winter
Palette knife oil on board, signed G.B. Gibson lower right
Height: 39.5cm Width: 49.5cm

 100-200

283
GIBSON, GEORGE. B (20TH CENTURY CANADIAN SCHOOL)
Forest scene
Palette knife oil on board, signed G.B. Gibson lower left
Height: 39.5cm Width: 49.5cm

 100-200

284
BRIGHT, E (LATE 19TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Vaucluse Bay
Watercolour on paper, titled and signed E. Bright lower right
Height: 31cm Width: 64cm

 100-200

285
EYRE, GLADSTONE (1863-1933)
Sketch, Kerosene Bay
Watercolour on paper, title and signature Gladstone Eyre lower right
Height: 33cm Width: 63.5cm

 200-300

286
AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DOUBLE SIGNED PURE SILK QUM CARPET
Master signature of Ghom (Qum) Adzian
Velvet smooth and of minute knot count, in a rich rare green, chartreuse, and Prussian blue palette with teal accents, having a double shaped central medallion upon a green field profusely embellished with floral forms, shaped spandrels and a floral border accented with fanned floral arrangements
Length: 172cm Width: 97cm

 4000-5000

287
A FINE SIGNED SILK QUM 'BIRDS OF PARADISE' CARPET
Master signature of Ghom (Qum) Tashfigh
Richly embellished with shah abbasi palmettes, scrolling foliage and various birds in red, cream, terracotta, olive and eau de nil colours upon a striking azure blue field, enclosed by a maroon border with continuous floral motifs within narrow geometric and floral bands
Length: 170cm Width: 104cm

 2000-3000

288
A FINE SILK QUM RUNNER
The runner with two medallions upon an unusual deep green field profusely decorated with curvilinear and formal floral designs in cream, maroon, shades of terracotta and sky blue accents, enclosed by a continuous floral main border between narrow geometric bands
Length: 310cm Width: 72cm

 1000-1500

289
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
With an allover formal design featuring fan shaped flowers issuing from urns beneath arches in mushroom, terracotta, pale and cream colours upon a dark blue field, enclosed by a similarly decorated cream main border
Length: 234cm Width: 139cm

 300-500

290
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET IN THE MASHAD MANNER
With a sixteen point medallion in cream, blue grey, cream and mushroom hues upon a blood red field scattered with profusion of tendrils, lotus and other floral motifs, the main cream border with undulating formal floral motifs between narrow blue grey borders
Length: 324cm Width: 245cm

 800-1200

291
A VINTAGE BALUCH TYPE PERSIAN PRAYER RUG
With characteristic niche format and decorated with repeat geometric motifs between multiple borders, in a rich deep palette of tan, caramel and chocolate russet colours, upon a wool warp
Length: 150cm Width: 92cm

 100-120

292
A VINTAGE BALUCH TYPE PERSIAN PRAYER RUG
With characteristic niche format and decorated throughout with repeat geometric arrangements of comb and vase motifs enclosed by numerous borders, in faded red, blue, aubergine and tan colours, upon a wool warp
Length: 134cm Width: 90cm

 100-120

293
A SMALL PERSIAN SHIRAZ TYPE WOOL CARPET
A central hooked medallion flanked by flower head medallions in red, black, white and orange colours upon a blood red field scattered with small flowers and other motifs, half flower heads to the edges and framed by multiple patterned borders
Length: 170cm Width: 117cm

 140-250

294
AN ANTIQUE GILTWOOD MIRROR
19th century
The oval mirror with pulvinated frame of reeded design, embellished to the crest with elaborate Rococo floral and scroll elements, similar embellishments to the base, with later glass
Length: 100cm Width: 70cm

 200-300

295
AN OVAL MIRROR IN A PAINTED FRAME
In a grey white finish, the oval mirror within a raised oval inner frame with a border of symmetrical vegetal motifs within bead and rope bands, the wider rectangular frame with extended corners and rose decorative spandrels
Length: 64cm Width: 54cm

 80-100

296
A SMALL TIMBER GILT WALL MIRROR IN THE ROCOCO MANNER
Mid 20th century
With a shaped bevelled glass having a square bead frame and a carved crest and terminal, the gilding on red bole
Length: 76cm Width: 42cm

 100-150

297
A WROUGHT IRON ART DECO WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1930s
Diamond shaped with a diagonally set bevelled glass set within with a bubble textured frame surmounted by a pierced 'V' shaped frame enclosing vegetal sprays and terminating in key fret details
Length: 76cm Width: 70cm

 120-180

298
A VINTAGE ROCOCO STYLE GILT WOOD WALL MIRROR
Having a shaped frame and having a fan shaped leafy flourish to the crest, in gilt over red bole
Length: 100cm Width: 69cm

 100-200

299
A STYLISH PAIR OF MODERNE GILT BRONZE AND GLASS LIGHT FITTINGS
Circa: 1940s
In the style of Petitot, the rectangular ceiling mounted lights with a series of glass rods mounted in a bronze frame to both short and long sides, with a smaller conforming rectangular sections below with canted edges and frosted bases
Length: 48cm Width: 40cm

 1800-2600

300
A LARGE DUTCH STYLE PROVINCIAL CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s
Of typical form with a knopped stem and large globe, issuing eight scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 90cm Diameter: 90cm

 1500-1800

301
AN ART DECO ENAMELLED GLASS PLAFONNIER LIGHT BY LOYS LUCHA
Circa: 1925, Paris and Nancy
The hexagonal glass shade enamelled with flora and patterns, with four chromed square section suspension rods and a floral ceiling cup; signed to the edge of shade
Length: 55cm Diameter: 39cm

 140-180

302
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND GLASS LIGHT FITTING BY PETITOT
Circa: 1930s
A striking light fitting with four gold cylindrical stems to a shaped long box and a large rectangular gilt bronze frame with a series of sixteen glass rods to both long sides curving to the underside, with a frosted glass plate
Length: 80cm Width: 45cm

 700-900

303
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1925, in the manner of Ezan
With a trumpet stem embellished with frosted birds above a moulded dish issuing five supporting upturned floriform dishes with vertical feather motifs
Length: 80cm Diameter: 75cm

 1000-1500

304
A FRENCH BRONZE SIX BRANCH CHANDELIER IN THE LOUIS XV STYLE
20th century
With a birdcage style three branch scrolling stem and conforming scrolling arms supporting upturned floriform dishes and electric candles

 100-200

305
A FRENCH ART DECO FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY DEGUÉ
Circa: 1920s, signature moulded in relief
With ceiling cup and a three shaped arm suspension supporting a tiered conical dish and issuing three arms with down turned bell shaped shades
Length: 80cm Diameter: 60cm

 300-500

306
A VINTAGE BOHEMIAN CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
A twelve-branch tiered chandelier with faceted pear-shaped drops and long electric candles
Length: 68cm Diameter: 85cm

 2200-2500

307
A VINTAGE FRENCH BRONZE AND GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1940s
Of elegant design with a multiple glass rod twisted stem to a domed base issuing six scrolling hook end arms supporting frosted dishes with stiff palm leaf motifs
Length: 60cm Diameter: 60cm

 900-1200

308
A FRENCH BRONZE HALL LANTERN
20th century
Pentagonal with arching framed glass panes, scrolling supports to a single stem and sconces to support three electric candles
Length: 60cm Diameter: 30cm

 200-300

309
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1925, in the manner of Ezan
With a double trumpet stem embellished with dripping ice motifs, a moulded dish issuing six arms supporting upturned dishes with further ice embellishments
Length: 80cm Diameter: 75cm

 1200-2000

310
A SMALL FRENCH BRASS HALL LANTERN
20th century
Hexagonal with a chain and cup, bevelled glass panes, petite finials and a single globe
Length: 28cm Diameter: 22cm

 80-150

311
A BRASS HALL LANTERN
20th century
The straight-sided elongated lantern with rounded ends with provision for four electric lights
Height: 40.5cm Length: 36.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-150

312
A PAIR OF OVAL TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
With pierced brass galleries surrounding yellow marble tops above two drawers with book end veneer reserves and cast foliate handles, raised on long cabriole legs
Height: 73cm Width: 34cm Depth: 25cm

 450-650

313
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
19th century
In the French manner with typical rounded backs with ornamented mid rails, stuffover serpentine seats upholstered in pastel floral jacquard and raised on elegant cabriole legs with pointed feet, some items with British Antique Association labels
Height: 88cm Width: 46cm Depth: 49cm

 200-400

314
A VICTORIAN WALNUT LOO TABLE
19th century, with maker's mark for James Winter & Son
An oval burr walnut top with thumbnail edging above a carved and knopped pedestal and splayed cabriole legs with relief embellished knees, whorl feet and brass casters
Height: 74cm Length: 136cm Width: 106cm

 450-650

315
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK DESK
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped parquetry top above a central drawer flanked by pairs of drawers with carved motifs, and raised on curvaceous legs
Height: 77cm Width: 128cm Depth: 75cm

 300-500

316
A MAHOGANY TRIPOD WINE TABLE
Early 20th century
The circular top with a ringed thumbnail edge, a barley twist stem, the hipped splayed legs terminating in pointed feet
Height: 69cm Diameter: 48cm

 50-100

317
A FOUR PIECE WALNUT ART DECO BEDROOM SUITE
Circa: 1930s-40s
Comprising a double bed (with rails), mirrored dressing table and two side cabinets, in well figured wood and of plain elegant form, all elements raised on shaped ogee bracket feet
H: 98cm W: 157cm (bed head); H: 173cm W: 120cm D: 43cm (dressing table); H: 50cm W: 55cm D: 34cm (bedside cabinets)

 400-600

318
A LOUIS XVI STYLE CHERRY WOOD DESK
Early 20th century
The top with three quarter circle extended corners, a brown tooled leather writing surface and matching slides to the short ends, a central drawer and pairs of side drawers, faux drawers to the reverse, with fluted supports to the edges and raised on conforming and tapering legs, with keys
Height: 78cm Width: 152cm Depth: 77cm

 800-1200

319
A LOUIS XV STYLE BLONDE CHERRY WOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Mid 20th century
With a shaped rectangular top above five drawers with carved panels and swing handles raised on small curvaceous legs with whorl feet
Height: 107cm Width: 53cm Depth: 45cm

 250-350

320
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE CHERRY WOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Early 20th century
With a gently curved front, quarter veneer panels to the six drawers above a shaped apron and small curvaceous feet, with restrained pierced cast trims and petite knob handles
Height: 117cm Width: 57cm Depth: 35cm

 350-550

321
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED CHAISE LONGUE AND A LADY'S CHAIR
19th century
The showframe chaise with carved scrolling details with asymmetric back, single rolled arm, carved skirt and raised on low turned feet, together with a spoon back lady's chair with floral carved embellishments and cabriole legs, both upholstered in floral tapestry fabric
Height: 84cm Width: 178cm Depth: 60cm (chaise)

 200-300

322
A VICTORIAN WALNUT PEDESTAL TILT TOP TABLE WITH LATER TOP
Mid 19th century
The shaped oval table raised on a lobed and knopped pedestal with four floral carved cabriole legs terminating in whorl feet and porcelain casters, the top of 20th century manufacture
Height: 75cm Length: 150cm Width: 113cm

 300-500

323
A SET OF SIX RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD AND RUSH CHAIRS
Mid 20th century
With waisted arched backs with relief carved motifs to the crests, os-de-mouton splats to rush drop in seats and cabriole legs united by turned 'H' form stretchers
Height: 97cm Width: 47cm Depth: 47cm

 300-400

324
A GERMAN BIEDERMEIER WALNUT DEMI-LUNE SIDEBOARD
First half 19th century
With a dark grey marble top above a frieze drawer and a pair of central recessed cupboards flanked by four pillars with engine turned bronze capitals and bases and raised on bold projecting square section feet
Height: 98cm Width: 146cm Depth: 64cm

 500-800

325
AN ENGLISH ELM WINDSOR CHAIR
Later 19th century, with maker's initials HS
With a wide shaped cresting rail, lath back and shaped side frames to curvaceous arms, a saddle seat with maker's initials to the rear, and raised on raked and splayed turned legs united by stretchers
Height: 114cm Width: 63cm Depth: 63cm

 50-100

326
A SIGNED LOUIS MAJORELLE PALISANDER DISPLAY ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900, with Louis Majorelle signature to an inlaid scallop shell
The armoire with a stepped cornice above a central open compartment and a bow front glazed door with a decorative wrought iron frame work, flanked by two plain cupboards with cast bronze backplates with pull handles, shelves to the interior, a plinth style base with bracket feet; signed to right side
Height: 200cm Width: 185cm Depth: 60cm

 2500-3500

327
A SMALL VICTORIAN PINE FOOD SAFE
19th century
With a three quarter gallery above a single rail and stile door opening to a single shelf, with metal mesh to the sides and raised on long square section tapering legs
Height: 121cm Width: 70cm Depth: 44cm

 100-200

328
A WALNUT RENAISSANCE REVIVAL HALL CHAIR
19th century
In the Italian taste, profusely carved and pierced to the high back with pendant symbolic fruits, scrolls and a pair of putti in high relief and centred with a cabochon shield, ornate scrolling arms with acanthus terminals, the base with swags and a fierce grotesque mask
Height: 136cm Width: 64cm Depth: 61cm

 300-400

329
A CEDAR TRIPOD BASED PARQUETRY GAMES TABLE
Early 20th century
The oval top inlaid with a chess board pattern above a turned and spiral incised stem to splayed curved legs
Height: 68cm Length: 55cm Width: 42cm

 50-100

330
A WALNUT RENAISSANCE REVIVAL STRETCHER-BASED TABLE
19th century
In the Italian taste, the table with pairs of bold winged espagnolettes with scrolling feet and mask terminals upon trestle ends further ornamented with masks and cabochons, the apron and stretcher profusely carved with scrolls and centred with masks
Height: 76cm Length: 118cm Width: 72cm

 400-600

331
A SET OF FOUR LATE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CHAIRS
Late 19th century
The chairs with carved arching crests with central fan motifs, pierced floral vasiform splats to stuffover seats upholstered in pea green velvet with floral reserves and raised on turned legs
Height: 86cm Width: 42cm Depth: 47cm

 50-100

332
A CHRISTOPHER DRESSER DESIGNED CAST IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1880s, for Coalbrookdale foundry, faint registration lozenge to rear
Of ecclesiastical Gothic inspiration, having a pierced Celtic style cross, chevron patterns and fan shaped stylised flora, with seven hooks and an extended base umbrella stand
Height: 182cm Width: 56cm Depth: 27cm

 200-400

333
A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY TILT TOP TABLE
Circa: 1830s
Of strictly plain form, with a circular top, cylindrical pedestal and a triangular platform base with whorl ends and porcelain casters
Height: 73cm Diameter: 117cm

 200-400

334
AN ORNATE VINTAGE TRESTLE BASED TAPESTRY FIRE SCREEN
With a relief carved frame and a 'broken' arch crest with carved details, raised on semi-circular trestle ends united by a stretcher, with woollen needlepoint in a traditional Jacobean floral design
Height: 93cm Width: 56cm Depth: 28cm

 50-100

335
A VICTORIAN CAST IRON HALL CHAIR
Later 19th century
With a triangular pierced crest above a floral backplate to a solid seat impressed with a basket weave type design, raised on mock turned legs with cross stretchers, faint registration number to rear
Height: 104cm Width: 39cm Depth: 43cm

 100-200

336
A VINTAGE PINE MEDICINE CABINET
In light coloured pine with two small drawers above a pair of glazed cupboards, with red crosses, one cupboard marked 'antiseptic' in black and gold letters the other marked 'sterilizer', wire shelves to the interior
Height: 76cm Width: 81cm Depth: 24cm

 50-100

337
AN IMPOSING BIEDERMEIER INSPIRED ART DECO WALNUT DESK
Circa: 1920s
With a large rectangular top with rounded ends, having a central drawer and two curved side cupboards with interior slides, boldly curved and grooved buttress style legs to trestle ends with a large curved rear stretcher
Height: 78cm Length: 190cm Width: 84cm

 600-1000

338
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN'S CHAIR, AND A LADY'S CHAIR
19th century
Complementary chairs in the French manner with carved and pierced showframes, button backs, serpentine seats and raised on cabriole legs, both upholstered in deep green velvet
Height: 94cm Width: 74cm Depth: 92cm (gent's chair)

 150-250

339
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE WITH SIX CHAIRS
19th century, without leaves
The table top with thumbnail and thread edge design, a plain skirt and raised on substantial fluted and turned legs with toupie feet and porcelain casters, the chairs of plain form with curved cresting rails, unadorned mid rails, stuffover seats in a maroon and cream lattice style fabric and raised on turned legs
Height: 76cm Length: 183cm Width: 122cm (table) Height: 89cm (chair)

 200-300

340
A REGENCY MAHOGANY ARMCHAIR
Circa: 1820s
With a rail crest, decorative carved mid rail with formal tulip, acanthus and rosette motifs, bold scrolling arms, a drop in seat in maroon upholstery and raised on knopped and slender reeded legs
Height: 85cm Width: 56cm Depth: 59cm

 100-200

341
A CHERRY WOOD RÉGENCE STYLE SIDEBOARD
Mid 20th century
With a parquetry top of barbed and serpentine profile, two central drawers with relief carved floral details and brass swing handles above a cupboard with a fielded panel and flanked by long cupboards of conforming design, a shaped apron with a decorative drop and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 103cm Width: 228cm Depth: 59cm

 300-400

342
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY BUREAU
Early 20th century
The fall front simply decorated with an inlaid shell motif, opening to a compartment fitted with two drawers and a series of pigeon holes, with lopers, three drawers with swing handles and raised on ogee bracket feet, decorated throughout with ebony and boxwood stringing and cross banding
Height: 94cm Width: 76cm Depth: 41cm

 100-200

343
A WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY PEMBROKE TABLE
Circa: 1830
The drop leaf table with a single drawer to one short end, faux to the reverse, raised on an austere turned pedestal to a quadriform platform base with target medallions and squashed bun feet
Height: 72cm Length: 106cm Width: 57cm Extended length: 156cm

 100-200

344
A VICTORIAN THREE PIECE MAHOGANY FRAMED PARLOUR SUITE
Later 19th century
Comprising a two seat sofa with spindle motifs and a tub chair, both with padded and cord wrapped cresting rails, together with a similar shield back side chair, all raised on identical turned legs, and upholstered in pea green velvet with reserves of green toned flora
Height: 72cm Width: 130cm Depth: 64cm (sofa)

 100-200

345
A FINE SMALL VICTORIAN BOW FRONT FLAME MAHOGANY CHEST
Second half 19th century
Of elegant proportions with a stepped top above two short and three long drawers of graduated depth, with turned knobs and squashed bun feet
Height: 95cm Width: 106cm Depth: 52cm

 300-500

346
A SMALL CEDAR CHEST
19th century
With two short drawers and two long drawers with turned knob handles above bun feet
Height: 82cm Width: 92cm Depth: 42cm

 100-200

347
A VICTORIAN INLAID WALNUT SEWING TABLE
19th century
Having a hinged top inlaid with an urn issuing flora and enclosed by boxwood stringing, the interior with a mirrored back and a fitted compartment, a small drawer below and slide with work basket, raised on turned and inlaid legs to a platform base
Height: 74cm Width: 41cm Depth: 34cm

 400-500

348
A CEDAR FOUR DOOR BOOK CASE
20th century
With an extended and stepped cornice above a pair of glazed doors flanked by corbels, the base with a single frieze drawer and a pair of cupboards above a plinth base
Height: 226cm Width: 113cm Depth: 45cm

 100-200

349
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY FRAMED TUB CHAIR
Later 19th century
The chair with spindle motifs, with a padded and cord wrapped cresting rail, and raised on turned legs, upholstered in pea green velvet with reserves of green toned flora
Height: 72cm Width: 60cm Depth: 66cm

 50-100

350
A VICTORIAN CHIFFONIER
19th century
Of typical arching form with carved scroll and leafy embellishments to the frame, a shaped shelf with turned supports above a serpentine top with frieze drawer, a pair of lower cupboards flanked by corbels to a plinth base
Height: 160cm Width: 120cm Depth: 54cm

 100-200

351
A VICTORIAN CEDAR CHEST
19th century
With two short drawers and four long drawers of graduated depth with single turned knob handles and flanked by bobbin carved pillars, raised on bun feet
Height: 138cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 200-400

352
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY HALL STAND
Early 20th century
The large open frame stand centred with a square mirror within a stepped trellis type arrangement, the lower section with a central shelf and single drawer to a platform base flanked by quarter circle compartments for umbrellas
Height: 209cm Width: 122cm Width: 38cm

 400-600

353
A VICTORIAN CEDAR HALL TABLE
19th century
With a serpentine shaped top with much patina, a small single drawer with turned knob handle and raised on austere turned legs
Height: 74cm Width: 99cm Depth: 49cm

 50-100

354
AN IMPRESSIVE FRENCH ROSEWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE KING SIZE BED
Late 19th century
With curvaceous frames and Rococo pierced and carved embellishments to the crest, quarter veneer panels, the foot board with a floral cabochon in relief, raised on small cabriole legs; with rails
Height: 159cm Width: 200cm (bed head)

 1800-2200

355
A QUEEN ANNE STYLE WALNUT COCKTAIL CABINET
Circa: 1920s-30s
The two door cupboard with book end veneers opening to a mirror backed cabinet, the doors with three shelves each with chrome rails, a mirrored slide above a long drawer and raised on carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet; without shelf
Height: 143cm Width: 80cm Depth: 48cm

 100-200

356
A VICTORIAN SHIELD FRONT PINE DRESSER
19th century
With a gallery back with a single shelf, shaped side supports, a pair of shield front doors and raised on small square section tapering legs
Height: 131cm Width: 89cm Depth: 49cm

 200-300

357
A FINELY CARVED HENRI II STYLE WALNUT COURT CUPBOARD
Later 19th century
With an arched central section above a cupboard carved in high relief with a narrative scene of a couple beside a well, relief decorated side cupboards and pillars, an open compartment with spindle plate rack and side supports above twin frieze drawers, and carved lower cupboards with opposite fantastic beasts
Height: 252cm Width: 151cm Depth: 55cm

 500-800

358
A TWO LEAF WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY EXTENSION DINING TABLE AND SIX VICTORIAN MAHOGANY CARVED CHAIRS
1830-40, table with two leaves and brass clips
The table raised on knopped and centurion skirt legs with porcelain casters, the chairs with generous waisted backs and carved details to the inner frame, serpentine stuffover seats upholstered in deep apricot velvet and raised on cabriole legs; valued by Albry Antiques in 1988 at $14000
H: 73cm L: 129cm W: 121cm Extended length: 335cm; H: 89cm (chair)

 1500-2500

359
A WILLIAM IV FLAME MAHOGANY TWIN PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1830s
With vigorous and rich figuration, having a long plank gallery with pierced decoration and central target motif, a shaped top with serpentine frieze drawer and pedestals with cupboards embellished with bold carved vegetal elements, a single drawer and baize lined sliding shelves to the cupboards
Height: 128cm Width: 201cm Depth: 66cm

 500-800

360
A FINE LARGE WILLIAM IV DOUBLE PEDESTAL MAHOGANY DINING TABLE WITH FOURTEEN VICTORIAN CHAIRS
Circa: 1830s and after, with three leaves
A bullnose edge top with rounded ends, pedestals of faceted and carinate form to quadriform platform bases; the trefid crest stuffover chairs in pale gold upholstery with pierced floral splats and cabriole legs
Height: 77cm Extended length: 353cm Width: 137cm (table) Height: 90cm (chair)

 2500-3500

361
A REGENCY ROSEWOOD CHIFFONIER
Early 19th century
With an architectural triangular pediment and a scroll crest above a long shelf with turned supports and finials, a pair of pulvinated frieze drawers above twin wire front cupboards, the extended base with bun feet
Height: 137cm Width: 140cm Depth: 43cm

 400-600

362
A GEORGIAN OAK WELSH DRESSER
Circa: 1800
With an extended cornice, shaped pelmet, the now open back with three central racks flanked by slender half height cupboards, the extended base with three drawers with original brass 'bat' escutcheons and later swing handles, rail and stile cupboards to a plinth base with small block feet
Height: 212cm Width: 175cm Depth: 48cm

 1000-2000

363
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1850
An arched back sideboard of breakfront form with finely carved scrolling acanthus to the frame and crest above three frieze drawers and four panelled lower cupboards, with corbel embellishments and raised on a plinth base; valued by Albry Antiques in 1988 at $7000
Height: 156cm Width: 186cm Depth: 59cm

 1000-2000

364
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930, with signed glass panel by Degus
With a central mirror surmounted by a frosted glass fan shaped panel, finely worked throughout with slender textured splats with scrolling terminals and sprays of roses, with a small marble shelf and drip trays
Height: 193cm Width: 70cm Depth: 19cm

 700-900

365
A SMALL FEDERAL STYLE TAMBOUR FRONT FLAME MAHOGANY DESK
19th century
The piano style desk with twin sliding tambour doors opening to an arrangement of drawers and partitions, a fall front and two long drawers and raised on tapering square section legs, with restrained Neoclassical decoration and boxwood stringing throughout
Height: 116cm Width: 88cm Depth: 47cm

 600-800

366
AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY PLATFORM BASED OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
Rectangular with a framed top, a single drawer and pierced lyre supports to splayed legs
Height: 63cm Width: 45cm Depth: 29cm

 180-220

367
A PROVINCIAL STYLE WALNUT DOUGH BIN AND STAND
20th century
The tapering hinged bin mounted on a relief carved stand with turned legs and a decorative box stretcher
Height: 100cm Length: 121cm Width: 50cm

 300-400

368
A LATE VICTORIAN WALNUT DAVENPORT
19th century
With an arched gallery, hinged stationery compartment and two ink bottles, a red leather writing surface and opening to a compartment with a small drawer, four drawers to one side, faux to the reverse and raised on a trestle base, with Robert Adam style satinwood inlaid decoration throughout
Height: 87cm Width: 56cm Depth: 53cm

 300-500

369
A LOUIS XVI STYLE DEMI-LUNE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a coffee coloured marble top above three drawers with book end veneers, cross banding and ebony stringing, gilt bronze beaded ring handles, cast mounts and tapering legs
Height: 85cm Width: 85cm Depth: 43cm

 550-750

370
A FINE SOLID BLACKWOOD BANK MANAGER'S PARTNER'S DESK
Circa: 1910, made for the manager of the old E.S.& A Bank in Bendigo
The desk top with canted edges above twin pedestals both with slides and four drawers of graduating depth and long wooden handles, a pair of cupboards to the rear, with fluted stiles to the corners and raised on swollen reeded square section feet; purchased Antique Centre of Hawthorn for $2500 in 1994
Height: 78cm Width: 152cm Depth: 105cm

 400-600

371
A PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD INLAID BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: mid 20th century
With shaped galleries, inlaid tops and three drawers with shaped reserves and stringing, raised on slender curvaceous legs
Height: 75cm Width: 37cm Depth: 31cm

 350-550

372
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK COMMODE
Mid 20th century
With a shaped profile, three carved drawers with cast foliate handles and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 71cm Width: 55cm Depth: 27cm

 180-220

373
A PAIR OF MARBLE TOPPED CONSOLE TABLES
Early 20th century
The marble topped demi-lune tables with Neoclassical borders in relief to the skirt above a single cabriole leg with a bold whorl and acanthus embellishment, in a distressed cream gold painted finish
Height: 58cm Width: 51cm Depth: 26cm

 350-550

374
A LOUIS XV STYLE BOMBÉ TULIPWOOD AND MARQUETRY COMMODE
Circa: 1930
A shaped mottled yellow marble top above two drawers with floral inlay to quarter veneer strung reserves, the sides conforming, with hipped edges and curved legs, embellished with extravagant floral gilt bronze mounts, handles and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 121cm Width: 56cm

 1000-2000

375
ART DECO WROUGHT IRON CONSOLE TABLE WITH MARBLE TOP
Circa: 1930
With scroll and rope twists and a cabriole console leg with decoration
Height: 82cm Width: 71cm Depth: 26cm

 150-300

376
A MARQUETRY ÉTAGÈRE, FACTORY OF EMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1930
The rectangular table with rounded corners inlaid with a dragonfly and lily pads in exotic timbers upon a vigorously figured tulipwood ground, with shaped walnut legs united by an undertier, bearing the inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 77cm Width: 61cm Depth: 33cm

 300-450