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Fine & Decorative Arts

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

Sunday 20 May 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 1-20
 Clocks & Bronzes 21-63
 Oriental 64-187
 Silver 188-247
 Glass 248-266
 Porcelain 267-335
 Paintings 336-396
 Carpets 397-409
 Mirrors & Lights 410-422
 Furniture 423-484

001
A FRENCH PERSPEX BOULANGERIE SIGN
An external hanging sign of cushion profile advertising 'A La Reine Anne' biscuits, in yellow perspex with red and black lettering
Diameter: 80cm

 500-800

002
A FRAMED GROUP OF EBONISED ELEPHANTS
Twelve elephants of graduating size, box mounted with multiple matte boards and a quality frame
Height: 37cm Width: 86.5cm

 100-150

003
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER AND IVORY HANDLED SEAL
19th century
With a bulbous carved handle with a floral cap, other vegetal motifs, and tapering gadroons to a floral knop, attached to a silver seal
Length: 7.5cm

 50-100

004
A MARBLE BUST, AFTER ANTONIO CANOVA (1757-1822)
19th century
The serene bust of a young woman with plaited hair and raised upon a separate waisted base, inscribed mark of Canova verso
Height: 35cm

 400-600

005
A FINE LOUIS XVI STYLE PARQUETRY KINGWOOD WRITING BOX
19th century
The box with a writing slope and a paper and inks compartment surmounted by a cast gilt bronze figural motif having a fitted interior with tiered partitions, beautifully decorated throughout with wishbone pattern parquetry, feathered veneers and Sèvres style floral porcelain plaques framed with cast festoons, the edges with gilt bronze trims
Height: 26cm Width: 36.5cm Depth: 33cm

 2000-3000

006
A ZIMBABWEAN VERDITE STONE SCULPTURE OF A STYLISED GIRAFFE
In rich mottled green tones depicting a kneeling giraffe, etched signature of M. Ndofa to the reverse of base
Height: 21cm Width: 22cm

 50-100

007
A FINELY INLAID FRENCH BOX
A dark timber rectangular box with canted corners and brass trimmed edges, with a central lozenge, decorative borders and spandrels with brass wire stringing and timber and abalone inlay, the interior with the original purple silk lining; with key
Height: 10.5cm Length: 29cm Width: 12cm

 200-300

008
AN AUSTRIAN COLD PAINTED BULLDOG TABLE STRIKER LIGHTER
Early 20th century
A lugubrious bulldog naturalistically moulded and coloured with chain and lighter aperture, striker now absent, marked Austria in relief to paw
Height: 13cm

 400-500

009
A FINE POLYCHROME KILN FIRED ENAMEL CENSER
Circa: 1900
Of oriental ding shape with a tripod base, well decorated in the European manner with oak leaves, bamboo, insects, and an exotic winged creature in colours with delicate gilt arabesques and pendants on a glossy black ground, unmarked
Height: 8.5cm

 200-300

010
A ROCK CRYSTAL ELEPHANT
In modulating light grey to deep smoke colours
Height: 10cm Width: 14cm

 80-120

011
A FINELY INLAID BOX BY EUGENIO QUARTI (1867-1926)
19th century
The walnut rectangular box with brass edging and a swing handle to the lid, exquisitely inlaid in the Moorish taste with delicate copper and brass stringing and designs, with mother-of-pearl and formal micro-mosaic patterns in copper, brass, bone and timber, with a glass lining
Height: 14cm Width: 18cm Depth: 14cm

 800-1000

012
A FINELY INLAID BLOTTER BY EUGENIO QUARTI (1867-1926)
19th century
The walnut blotter with brass edging with a lozenge design in brass wired designs and mother-of-pearl enclosed by wired borders, the turned handle with a micro-mosaic design
Length: 13cm Width: 7.5cm

 100-200

013
A FINE ANTIQUE FRENCH FOLDING FAN
18th century
A finely decorated vellum fan with three romantic idylls in gouache colours to shaped reserves surrounded by spangles and arabesque decorated cream vellum, the exquisitely carved and pierced tortoiseshell sticks and guards with silver gilt figures and trophies, housed in a velvet lined vintage box frame
Height: 35.5cm Width: 61.5cm

 800-1000

014
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU FIRE FENDER
19th century
Of elegant design with side pillars decorated with applied Roman figures surmounted by reclining putti, the central section with a barbell, decorative scrolls and a guilloche border
Height: 27.5cm Width: 95cm

 800-1200

015
A FRAMED LIMOGES ENAMEL PLAQUE
20th century
After Fragonard, a pair of lovers engaged in a music lesson in a pastoral retreat, in rich enamel colours upon a copper cushion profile sheet with signature lower left
Height: 49cm Width: 43.5cm

 300-400

016
AN EDWARDIAN 9 CARAT GOLD VESTA CASE
1902 Chester, gold standard .375, maker's mark for William Neale
A rectangular cushion profile vesta and strike of typical hinged form, with bail and hoop, engraved W.J.R from R.H 4th Hussars 1896-1906, twice hallmarked, boxed
Gold weight: 20gr
Length: 5cm Width: 4cm

 350-450

017
A VINTAGE GOLD PLATED LIGHTER BY S.T DUPONT OF PARIS
Mid 20th century, number 9279, BK
The lighter of elegant reeded design with a hinged 'click' top, in the original presentation box with papers
Length: 6cm

 150-200

018
DETAIL OF A RUSSIAN BRONZE TRAVELLING ICON, PLUS OTHER
19th century
The arching crest section of an 'Elevation of the true Cross' tetraptychon in low relief and mounted in a fitted oak panel, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Ikonen Galerie Palech, Amsterdam and signed by Hetty J. van Ginhoven, 4th August 1984; and a Greek cross pendant
Height: 15cm Width: 13cm

 200-400

019
AN ANGLO-INDIAN VIZAGAPATAM IVORY AND LAC ENGRAVED SEWING BOX
Mid 19th century
The twin lidded tapering box with a swing handle, having shaped edges and arabesque and trailing floral border patterns throughout, centred with a monogram, and raised on paw feet, the sandalwood lined interior with a pierced partition
Height: 10cm Length: 31cm Width: 24cm

 200-300

020
A LOUIS XV STYLE BURR WALNUT AND BIRD'S EYE MAPLE APPRENTICE CHEST
Late 19th century
The walnut bow front three drawer chest having strung maple reserves to the extended top, drawer fronts and sides, with gilt bronze pierced handles and porcelain cartouches painted with romantic idylls, a shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs with little sabots
Height: 33.5cm Width: 35cm Depth: 24.5cm

 500-800

021
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY G. GORI
Circa: 1925
Depicting a modish semi- reclining woman in a gold and black draping dress, and ivorine features, accompanied by a recumbent deer, raised on a black marble plinth faced with cream onyx
Height: 24cm Width: 62.5cm Depth: 16.5cm

 1200-1400

022
AN ART DECO MARBLE, ONYX AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1925, with maker's mark for Marti
The clock having a square dial set within a black marble circle, and flanked by a seated woman with ivorine face and hands modishly attired in a cold painted decorative gown accompanied by a golden borzoi, raised upon a plinth faced with figured brown onyx
Height: 29cm Width: 69.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 1200-1400

023
AN ENGLISH GILT BRONZE CARRIAGE CLOCK
20th century, Parkin of England
Of typical form with an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a Rococo Revival gilded case, with a visible escapement, swing handle and bevelled glass panels; with key
Height: 13.5cm

 300-400

024
A FINE FRENCH BRASS AND ENAMEL DECORATED CARRIAGE CLOCK
19th century
The corniche case clock with a visible escapement and sonorous gong chime, with a painted enamel dial with Roman numerals and a romantic figure, a pair of lovers to a painted cartouche below, surrounded by a bright cut and engraved frame, the side panels of conforming design, with two keys
Height: 14cm Width: 9.5cm Depth: 9cm

 1000-2000

025
A FINE FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK
Second half 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères et Cie
The case with a visible escapement, an enamel dial with Roman numerals and marked 'Brevet D'Invention S.G.D.C', with strike on bell to the backplate and two keys
Height: 14.5cm Width: 10cm Depth: 9cm

 800-1200

026
A BRONZE FIGURAL LAMP
Circa: 1900
An animated Grecian maiden in a short tunic, posed on one leg and holding a glass shade aloft, with European electrical fittings
Height: 87.5cm

 1000-1500

027
A COMPLEMENTARY PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU BRONZE FIGURAL LAMPS BY AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
Circa: 1900, with title plaques to bases; European electrical fittings
The pair of maidens, 'Fleur des Pres' and 'Fleur des Vallées' clad in draping gowns and supported by spreading foliage, each holding aloft a torch issuing stiff gilded leaves and holding electric candles, raised upon faux red marble bases
Height: 74cm

 1000-2000

028
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
Mid 19th century
The figure of a writer upon a rocky support with a pierced bocage and enclosing the enamel dial with Roman numerals, a white marble plinth below encased in a pierced Neoclassical base with acanthus scroll feet, central crest and dog's head mask, with key and pendulum
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm Depth: 14cm

 300-600

029
A BRONZE EXOTIC DANCER BY JOHN WOLFGANG ELISCHER (1891-1966)
An eastern dancer in pantaloons and pointed boots striking an artistic pose, raised upon an oval bronze plate and a stepped marble plinth, incised mark of Elischer to the socle; Viennese born, sculptor and medallist Elischer migrated to Melbourne in 1935
Height: 36cm

 800-1200

030
AN EMPIRE STYLE FOUR BRANCH CANDELABRUM
Later 19th century, with European electrical fittings
In gilded and blackened brass, the four-branch candelabrum with scrolling arms and fittings for electric candles, a fluted tapering stem with a decorative capital and lower section to a waisted triform base with lion's paw feet
Height: 58.5cm

 200-300

031
A FRENCH BRONZE FEMALE FIGURINE
In burnished bronze, depicting young seated woman in a draped dress casually brushing the ground with her right hand, raised on a grey marble base
Height: 20cm Width: 20cm Depth: 15.5cm

 300-400

032
A LARGE NEOCLASSICAL GILT BRONZE COPY OF THE WARWICK VASE
19th century
After the antique, the Warwick vase having an everted egg and dart decorated rim above a series of eight Bacchic mascarons in high relief, pairs of threaded rope and knot handles, above a fluted base and raised on a waisted mottled marble socle
Height: 25cm Width: 33cm

 1000-1500

033
A BLACK AND WHITE MARBLE TABLE CLOCK WITH GLASS DOME
Circa: 1800, dial marked Radant à Paris
An elegant Empire architectural style clock with a projecting cornice and an urn finial, having an enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a gilded bezel and embellished with applied spandrels, upon a stepped base and petite feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 50cm Width: 31cm Depth: 22cm

 1500-2500

034
A GILT BRONZE LOUIS XV STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for Marti Et Cie, dial and mechanism also marked A La Gerbe D'Or, A. Chapus Paris
The waisted clock with a fine enamel dial with partitioned Roman numerals and minute markings, an urn form finial, and cast, pierced and applied rocaille elements; with key and pendulum
Height: 45.5cm Width: 27.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 800-1200

035
A WHITE MARBLE LOUIS XVI STYLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin
The portico clock with a drum head and an enamel dial with Arabic numerals, pairs of columns trimmed with cast festoons and surmounted by an urn and side finials with bursting fruits and flowers, raised on a shaped base and petite toupie feet, with key and sunburst finial; with conforming side vases
Height: 43cm Width: 28cm Depth: 13cm

 800-1200

036
AN ART DECO SPELTER BACCHANALIAN PIPE PLAYER BY CARLIER
Circa: 1920s
An animated cold painted figure in rich green tones, joyfully posed on one foot and playing a double pipe, raised on a two-toned figured red and black marble rectangular base with rounded ends; inscribed Carlier to the base
Height: 41cm Width: 30cm Depth: 9cm

 600-900

037
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with key and pendulum
Of decorative cast form with an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within rustic rockwork surmounted by a bucolic female figure emblematic of the harvest with a bucket of grapes and fruit in her hair, the scrolling tendril base raised on shell and acanthus feet
Height: 31cm Width: 23cm Depth: 9.5cm

 500-900

038
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1840s, with maker's mark for Constantin Detouche
An enamel dial with roman numerals and minute markings set within a rustic drum head surmounted by a female figure emblematic of the harvest, playing a tambourine, raised on a waisted plinth with scrolling vegetal motifs and a shell enclosed mascaron above acanthus scroll feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 25cm Depth: 10cm

 400-800

039
A FRENCH FIGURAL ORMOLU CLOCK WITH A SÈVRES-STYLE PLAQUE
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
The drum head clock with an enamel dial, Roman numerals and flanked by a well cast seated explorer in fine naval dress accompanied by his silvered globe on stand and log, 'Journal des Decouverte', upon a pierced rocaille base with a porcelain plaque with a cupid carrying an anchor; with key and pendulum
Height: 28.5cm Width: 39cm Depth: 13cm

 600-900

040
A SOLID BRONZE HIPPOPOTAMUS
A bellowing naturalistically modelled hippopotamus, in deep chocolate colours with some green patination; cross mark to foot
Height: 22.5cm Width: 34cm

 300-500

041
AN ART DECO BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP BY ALEXANDER MORLON (1878-1951)
Circa: 1925, design 8776
The silvered bronze figure of a seated nude female nymph accompanied by a goat, displayed on a timber plinth, with inscribed signature of A. Morlon to base of bronze and Medaille d'Honneur stamp
Height: 41.5cm Width: 81cm Depth: 22cm

 2500-3500

042
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY MENNEVILLE
Circa: 1925
A seated woman modishly attired in a cloche cap and a draping gold and black gown and cape accompanied by a recumbent gold borzoi, raised upon a figured brown and cream faced onyx and black marble base with green tile and black stripe accents, inscribed Menneville to the plinth
Height: 31cm Width: 65.5cm Depth: 15cm

 800-1200

043
AN ART DECO BRONZE SEAGULL
Circa: 1925, signed, and marked bronze, France
A seagull in full flight above breaking waves, in dark bronze colours with green patination, signed to base and with additional stamps below
Height: 39.5cm Width: 59cm

 800-1200

044
A LARGE SPELTER FIGURE BY JEAN DE RONCOURT
Circa: 1925
The tense athletic figure of a man draped in a girdle, resting on one knee and poised to throw a spear, etched mark of J. de Roncourt to the black marble plinth base
Height: 57.5cm Width: 105cm Depth: 17cm

 1000-2000

045
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century; with key and pendulum
An imposing clock with the well cast bronze figure of Miguel de Cervantes upon a black marble plinth enclosing an enamel dial with Roman numerals enclosed by a decorative gilded bezel and cast frame, with decorative volutes and an extended canted base with trims and pierced scrolling feet
Height: 65cm Width: 40cm Depth: 20cm

 1000-2000

046
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Freres et Cie, Godead of Paris
The clock with an enamel dial set with Roman numerals set within a cast plinth surmounted by floral crest and flanked by an elegant seated Grecian lady playing with her hound, raised on a stepped rectangular base faced with veined marble; with key and pendulum
Height: 39cm Width: 46.5cm Depth: 15.5cm

 300-500

047
A FINE ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
1827, mark of Pierre-César Honoré Pons and date to mechanism, dial with mark of Jean-Antoine Lépine, horologer du Roi
With an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a plinth surmounted by two finely cast Classical figures emblematic of music and literature, the base with applied festoons and a central winged cherub; with key and pendulum
Height: 53cm Width: 42cm Depth: 15.5cm

 2000-3000

048
A SPELTER AND MARBLE LION CLOCK GARNITURE, 'L'AMOUR MÉPRISANT LA FORCE' BY SCOTTE
19th century, with dial marked A L'Esperance, Henri Godchot
With an enamel dial set within a rocky crag dominated by a cupid with bow and quiver astride an imposing roaring lion above a veined marble base, the pair of side vases with amorini and long caprine legs; with key and pendulum
Height: 48cm Width: 41cm Depth: 15cm (clock) Height: 33.5cm (side urn)

 650-850

049
A FINE ART DECO EGYPTIAN INSPIRED CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark of a cog flanked by F & C
In contrasting portoro and veined white marble, of angular design with a glazed compartment housing a gilt engine turned dial and a chapter ring with Roman numerals, gong strike, and surmounted by a sphinx; the side tazze of conforming design; with key and a mercury regulator pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 33cm Depth: 13cm (clock) Height: 24cm (side urn)

 800-1200

050
A ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1855, with maker's mark for Vincent et Cie
Having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a lavishly cast waisted body with extravagant foliate scrolls, an asymmetric pierced crest, and a lattice panel to the waist above a vegetal base and outward scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 33cm Depth: 15cm

 1000-2000

051
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of S. Marti et Cie to the mechanism
A well cast waisted clock with vegetal motifs throughout and a trophy emblem, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and delicately pierced hands, raised on a pierced base with splayed scrolling feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 43cm Width: 30cm Depth: 16.5cm

 700-900

052
A FINE ART DECO DANCING GIRL BRONZE FIGURE BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1925
A balletic young woman with modish bobbed hair and wearing a short tunic, posed on one leg and balancing with a large hoop, in patinated green and contrasting golden brown colours and raised on a slightly tapering canted plinth in black marble with green onyx tiles, mark of Limousin to tunic
Height: 53cm Width: 35.5cm

 1500-2500

053
A FRENCH GREY MARBLE AND GILT BRONZE PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for S. Marti
With a floral decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a fine tooled gilt bezel, pairs of pillars with turned capitals and bases, with a shaped top surmounted by a roaring lion and a conforming stepped base; with key and sunburst pendulum
Height: 38cm Width: 29cm Depth: 14cm

 600-800

054
A INLAID ROSEWOOD AND ORMOLU PORTICO CLOCK
Late 19th century
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a finely cast Renaissance Revival ormolu bezel, between pairs of pillars with stiff leaf capitals and turned bases, and having an impressive lyre and cast medallion pendulum, with blonde timber floral inlay and stringing; with key
Height: 49.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 15cm

 500-800

055
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mark of Franjus of Paris, mark of ?Charles to body
With an enamel dial and Roman numerals set within a drum barrel surmounted by a floral urn flanked by an elegant Grecian lady above an onyx and cast oval base with acanthus and reeded borders, with a central garland and supported on square and toupie feet; key and pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 35.5cm Depth: 17cm

 500-900

056
A FRENCH PORCELAIN CARTEL CLOCK
19th century, with Japy Frères trademark
The cushion shaped clock with a festoon decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals and pierced handles set within a floral decorated cream body with cast and pierced gilt bronze trims, and a link and leaf pattern hanging chain; with key
Length: 70cm Width: 29cm

 250-350

057
A PAIR OF ROCOCO STYLE CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th to early 20th century
With floriform nozzles and shaped dishes with leafy scrolls above slender knopped stems to domed leaf and scroll bases
Height: 22.5cm

 80-120

058
A PAIR OF ART NOUVEAU STYLE TABLE LAMPS
Slender stem lamps with butterfly and floral decoration to the base and mushroom glass shades with vertical mottled stripes in pink and tangerine colours
Height: 35cm

 250-350

059
A ROCOCO REVIVAL SILVERED BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a waisted body of ornate cast and pierced form with an asymmetric crest, pairs of wings, and sweeping leaf and scrolling forms; the twin candlestick side pieces of conforming design; with pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 14cm

 800-900

060
A NEOCLASSICAL ORMOLU CLOCK GARNITURE
19th century
Having a pressed gilded dial with enamel cartouches with Roman numerals set within a waisted case surmounted by a mask and urn finial, with pierced triangular handles and an elaborate base with lion's head mounts and scrolling feet; with conforming twin candle sidepieces; with key
Height: 29cm Width: 18cm Depth: 11.5cm

 600-800

061
A FRENCH BRONZE URN
19th century
A bell shaped urn with high set bifurcated scrolling handles with roaring lion mounts, the reeded body with shaped panels enclosing pendant floral festoons, above a knopped and turned stem to a spreading black marble base
Height: 32.5cm

 180-250

062
A LARGE BRONZE FIGURE AND DOG GROUP ON A STEPPED MARBLE STAND
In the Art Deco style, a woman seated upon a marble wall, her gown in a waterfall drape flowing over the side, accompanied by her recumbent dog upon the lower step, both separately positioned upon the bespoke veined marble and wrought iron display stand.
Height: 118cm Width: 92cm Depth: 51cm

 1000-2000

063
A LARGE BRONZE FIGURE AND DOG GROUP ON A MARBLE STAND
In the Art Deco style of G. Gori, a woman in a cloche cap and a medieval inspired draping gown with her two imposing great danes, each separately positioned upon a bespoke marble and wrought iron display table
Height: 141cm Width: 121cm Depth: 51cm

 1000-2000

064
A LARGE ORIENTAL BLUE AND WHITE JARDINÈRE AND STAND
The ovoid pot and waisted stand with a cushion profile rib, decorated throughout with storks in an iris and water garden between patterned borders
Height: 54cm

 250-350

065
A CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
In watercolours upon paper depicting a freely painted scene of two chickens, with lines of script to the upper right margin, and script with two red seals to the lower left
Length: 135cm Width: 54cm

 100-200

066
A FRAMED CHINESE EXPORT 'MANDARIN' FAN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in rich blue, green and red gouache colours with a continuous panel of figures engaged in narratives in pavilion and garden settings, with floral and gilt edged borders and carved sandalwood sticks, some as found; in a box frame
Height: 44cm Width: 63cm

 500-800

067
A FRAMED CHINESE EXPORT 'MANDARIN' FAN
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Finely painted in predominantly deep blue and brown gouache colours with a continuous panel of groups of figures, some with horses, approaching and engaging in battle, with pierced and carved bone sticks; in a shadow box frame
Height: 44cm Width: 63cm

 800-1200

068
A CHINESE POLYCHROME TIMBER DOMESTIC ALTAR
With a central panel of script surmounted by a dragon head in high relief and flanked by long scaly dragons and pierced panels with auspicious deity figures, dragon and phoenix, a galleried lower section and a waisted base with carved details and cabriole legs, enriched with gilt and red colours
Height: 100cm Width: 43cm Depth: 26cm

 100-200

069
A SET OF FOUR CHINESE PAINTINGS DEPICTING THE FOUR SEASONS
Panels in watercolours each depicting birds with auspicious seasonal foliage
Height: 133cm Width: 36cm

 200-400

070
A LARGE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ STAND
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
An ovoid open based pot with a cloisonné rim and four polished elephant heads in high relief upon a diaper ground, their forelegs serving as supports above the waisted drum base decorated with ruyi and lappet borders
Height: 43cm

 200-300

071
A SET OF FOUR PORCELAIN WALL PLAQUES BY TANG PI SHAN (1874-1940)
'Fish playing in water', the series depicting various fish amongst seaweeds in polychrome enamels decorated by the scholar artist, Tang Pi Shan, who specialised in aquatic subject matter, each panel in traditional relief carved and pierced timber frames
Height: 95cm Width: 30.5cm

 300-400

072
AN ANTIQUE IVORY NETSUKE AND AN IVORY LADY AND CAMEL
Early to mid 20th century
A signed Japanese netsuke figure of a man holding fruits or flowers, signed underside, a vintage Chinese carved lady figurine holding a rose, and a carved caparisoned elephant
Height: 13cm and smaller

 100-200

073
AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE IVORY BOX
Taisho period, circa: 1920
A circular box with a fitted cover finely relief decorated with a roundel of a roaring lion, the outer border of the lid engraved with its fur and an extended paw, raised on a small foot rim
Height: 4cm Diameter: 6.5cm

 100-200

074
A RICHLY CARVED ANTIQUE CHINESE IVORY CARD CASE
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th to early 20th century
Finely relief carved throughout with tiers of figures engaged in activities and narratives in garden, pavilion and pleasure craft settings
Length: 8.5cm Width: 5cm

 100-200

075
TWO ANTIQUE ORIENTAL IVORY SEALS
Early 20th century
A seated lion dog with a spiny back, and a recumbent lion dog with dark staining, also with himatoshi to the reverse
Height: 5.5cm and smaller

 100-200

076
AN ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE OF A HANNYA MASK
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The female demon figure with typical horns and flaming red coral bead eyes; signed to the reverse
Length: 4.5cm

 100-200

077
THREE ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A turtle and its young upon a lily pad, two frogs upon a leaf, and a coiled snake accompanied by a rodent and positioned upon a leaf, all signed underside
Height: 3cm and smaller

 200-300

078
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A recumbent antelope, and two figures engaged in a game of mah-jong; signed underside
Height: 4cm and smaller

 150-250

079
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A lion dog and pup play fighting with a ribbon, and a monkey with a youngster upon its back, signed underside
Height: 3cm and smaller

 200-300

080
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A rodent crawling out of a gourd, and a bewildered bear with a frog upon its back, signed underside
Height: 3.5cm

 200-300

081
TWO ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A rabbit, and two rats crawling on and out of a wicker basket, signed underside
Height: 3.5cm and smaller

 200-300

082
A FINE JAPANESE WALL CABINET
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The hanging cabinet with a pierced crest above a cabinet with sliding doors, and a lower demi-lune compartment with cupboards and three drawers, exquisitely decorated with raised gilt, inked bone, and mother of pearl with birds, insects and flora with a central fisherman with his net in low relief
Length: 98cm Width: 48cm

 800-1000

083
A SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL AND A HARDSTONE PENDANT
A richly mottled caramel coloured plinth surmounted by a carved dragon horse, 'longma', script to one face and seal script underside, and; a half moon brown pendant with engraved archaistic motifs to both faces, the seal with box
Height: 11.5cm and smaller

 200-300

084
A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO
A square section tapering base and a stepped conforming lid with a lion finial, fantastic spiny backed and finned sea creature handles, the body with phoenix, dragon and scrolling motifs in relief upon a diaper ground, raised on mask feet; bordered seal mark in relief underside
Height: 21cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

085
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE CHARGER
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th-20th century
Delightfully decorated with fifteen children and a teacher, and engaged in various outdoor pursuits, carrying objects, teasing, climbing trees, in raised enamel colours with a pink and teal ruyi border
Diameter: 39.5cm

 80-100

086
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER
The shallow bowl profusely and freely decorated with peony, tendrils and other vegetal forms
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 35cm

 50-60

087
A CHINESE JADE FISH ON STAND
A sliver of translucent celadon jade with pale brown inclusions, carved as a fish with a lotus trailing from its mouth, a darker jade button for an eye, supported on a pierced and carved stand, as found
Width: 21.5cm

 50-100

088
A CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE FOOTED LOTUS BOWL
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th-early 20th century
The lobed and barbed bowl raised on a conforming foot, well decorated in typical colours with eleven figures engaged in an animated narrative in an interior, the foot decorated with borders of green waves; double bordered red mark underside, probably Guangxu period
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 80-100

089
A SET OF TIBETAN WORRY BEADS
Eighteen timber beads joined with a pale coral bead and two others to a knotted silk tassel
Length: 14cm

 50-100

090
A STRAND OF CORAL BEADS WITH JADE AND PEARL EMBELLISHMENTS
Comprising small barrel shaped salmon coral beads of punctuated by three bright green jade beads and a tassel with clusters of seed pearls, larger pearls and jade drops; boxed
Length: 43.5cm (beads) Diameter: 13.5cm (box)

 500-800

091
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN DING CENSER
The tripod cauldron centred with integral loop handles and decorated with dragons chasing a flaming pearl amidst clouds; apocryphal Qianlong seal underside
Height: 12cm

 50-80

092
A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS
Early 20th century
The pair of jars with lids similarly decorated with narrative scenes with a traditionally attired Chinese official and two figures in a landscape setting
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 50-60

093
A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO OR VASE
Meiji period, circa: 1900
The ovoid koro with high set rope twist handles and leafy mounts, a domed cover, and two high relief panels to the body featuring lion dogs in garden settings, raised on three cabriole legs upon a pierced circular base
Height: 24cm

 100-120

094
TWO CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN VASES
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
A baluster vase with a scalloped rim and applied lion dog handles and chilongs to the collar and a rouleau vase, both decorated with pairs of scroll bordered reserves enclosing birds and flora, and figures in interiors upon floral and scrolled embellished grounds scattered with insects; one with professional repair
Height: 26cm

 100-200

095
A KUTANI BOWL
Meiji period, circa: 1900
In a typical iron red, black and gold palette with other colour accents, depicting an arrangement of shaped figural, landscape and floral reserves to the interior upon a patterned and brocaded ground, the exterior with four cloud shaped floral cartouches; red 'Kutani made' characters underside
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 200-300

096
A JAPANESE BOWL IN A FRENCH ORMOLU MOUNT
18th to 19th century
The kakiemon bowl with underglaze blue and enamel decoration with a moulded and floral decorated rim enclosing a central 'two quail' and floral landscape design, the exterior similarly decorated and set within a later cast Rococo revival mount with scrolling bifurcated leafy handles and a pierced base
Height: 12.5cm Width: 21cm

 450-650

097
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SLEEVE VASE
Of typical form with a waisted neck with lappet motifs, a sgraffito border to the collar and well decorated with five figures in a traditional landscape setting, one leading a horse and another with a banner
Height: 30cm

 100-200

098
A JAPANESE BRONZE YATATE - A PORTABLE INK POT AND BRUSH CASE
Of traditional form, with a square section rounded pot, relief panels with figural scenes in relief, a hinged lid with lion dog finial, and a long hollow handle serving as the brush case and decorated with applied clouds and dragon figures
Length: 42cm

 200-300

099
A CHINESE CARVED JADE MEDALLION PENDANT, WITH STAND
Qing Dynasty (1664-1912), provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In light and translucent celadon green pierced and carved to both sides with a central character and flower motifs, upon a timber cradle display stand
Diameter: 6cm

 600-800

100
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE CELADON MEIPING VASE
Early Qing Dynasty (1644 - 1912)
A small vase of elegant proportions in a fine aqua celadon glaze, with aged craquelure and patina; provenance: Prof. C.P Fitzgerald collection, sinologist
Height: 12.5cm

 2000-3000

101
A CHINESE CARVED JADE PENDANT MEDALLION
Qing Dynasty (1664-1912), provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
The scalloped pendant in creamy translucent hues, pierced and carved with a figure on horseback surrounded by scrolls, lingzhi mushrooms and a Buddhist scroll; freely suspended in a finely carved and delicate timber frame with red beads
Height: 10.5cm

 600-800

102
A CHINESE CARVED JADE DRAGON, WITH STAND
Qing Dynasty 1664-1912, provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In muted celadon colours, exquisitely carved and pierced with a writhing dragon within flaming clouds, the slightly concave base with pairs of small holes indicating its purpose as a hat finial for a person of high status; with a carved display stand
Height: 5cm

 1600-2000

103
A SMALL CHINESE CARVED JADE FIGURE
Qing Dynasty (1664-1912), provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In creamy celadon colours, a jovial and animated male figure holding a long lotus stem over one shoulder, another unfurling lotus flower to the other shoulder
Length: 5cm

 600-800

104
A FINE CHINESE JADE LION
Ming Dynasty 1368-1644; provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In rich modulating celadon to toffee and chocolate colours depicting a coiled recumbent lion with a bushy tail, the turned head with curled fur and scroll ears, a lingzhi mushroom between its teeth and guarding a ball between its paws
Width: 7cm

 1400-1700

105
A SMALL CHINESE CARVED JADE HORSE ORNAMENT
Qing Dynasty (1664-1912), provenance: private collection, originally purchased from The Jade Gallery 1970s
In modulating toffee to creamy celadon colours depicting a recumbent horse looking over its shoulder, a long tendril of lingzhi mushroom held in its mouth
Width: 5cm

 600-800

106
A CHINESE SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL
In richly variegated stone depicting a crouching lion looking backwards and raised upon an integral block plinth, with script to one face and seal script to the base
Height: 8cm

 300-500

107
A PAIR OF SMALL JAPANESE IMARI DISHES
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The floral dishes decorated in underglaze blue with orange red and gilt enrichments, with concentric blue circles to the centre and a prunus blossom border; floral marks to bases
Diameter: 12.5cm

 30-50

108
A JAPANESE IMARI PLATE AND A CARVED ABALONE SHELL
Early 20th century
A lobed fan shaped dish in the typical imari palette, with bird and garden scenes enclosed by a floral border, double bordered mark underside; and a phoenix and dragon pierced abalone shell
Length: 22cm Width: 17cm (imari plate)

 100-150

109
A PINK PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE
The vase with an etched pink floral ground and two shaped cartouches polychrome decorated with flora and insects, with two character marks and seals to both cartouches; bearing a bordered four character mark underside
Height: 21cm

 400-600

110
A JAPANESE RED GROUND GINBARI CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, mid 20th century
The small baluster pot with a wire worked pink red rose with bud and thorny foliage upon a textured foil ground, with bamboo decoration to the reverse, having a silver plated rim and foot rim, unmarked
Height: 9cm

 150-200

111
A BAMBOO BRUSH POT
Utilising the natural shape and culm of the bamboo, with engraved and inked kakiemon style prunus decoration with script, various engraved seals, characters and prose to the reverse
Height: 15cm

 100-150

112
A CHINESE PEWTER AND JADE TEAPOT
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The hexagonal waisted pot incised with auspicious lotus, bat, deity figures and script, the flat top with a small lid and a jade finial, a jade tipped straight spout and a square bracket jade handle
Height: 11cm

 200-400

113
A CHINESE SILVER FILIGREE AND ENAMEL ROOSTER
An elegant fowl, finely worked with delicate filigree work to the breast, legs and body, and individual enamelled feathers in red, yellow and green colours
Height: 11cm

 300-400

114
A CHINESE AMBER GLAZED POTTERY JAR IN THE MING STYLE
A straight-sided jar with sgraffito arabesques and stylised lotus throughout between fret and lappet borders, with a deep toned slightly concave fitted lid with loop handle, with display stand; bearing apocryphal Chenghua mark underside
Height: 16.5cm

 50-60

115
A CHINESE CAMEO PEKING GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
A baluster shaped bottle overlaid in aubergine and cream colours upon a beige opaque ground, well carved with a phoenix flying over a peony flower, and a dragon coiled around a bamboo pole, bordered character marks in cameo to side; with a porcelain stopper
Height: 8.5cm

 140-200

116
A CHINESE INSIDE DECORATED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
An elongated cushion profile snuff bottle with integral moulded taotie lug handles, decorated in grisaille with an image of the Emperor Guangxu (1874-1908) and painted reign marks, text and seal verso; with a stone stopper and original brass spoon
Height: 9.5cm

 200-350

117
A CHINESE INSIDE DECORATED GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
Finely painted throughout with figural narratives set in traditional landscapes in a muted palette of soft blue green, terracotta, grey and lemon, with script and seal marks to both faces; with a jade green glass stopper and spoon
Height: 8cm

 140-200

118
A YAOZHOU BOWL
The small greenware bowl with a fold over lip raised on a small base, with floral sgraffito decoration to the exterior throughout, an unglazed foot rim
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 300-400

119
A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Probably Taisho period, early 20th century, with bordered four character mark
A tapering straight-sided vase embellished with polychrome and gilt butterflies upon a cream ground; bordered black and gilt cartouche underside
Height: 24.5cm

 200-300

120
AN ANTIQUE WHITE JADE DISH
Early Qing Dynasty, (1644-1912)
The rectangular dish with inverse curve corners, relief carved with a writhing dragon amidst flaming clouds
Length: 18cm Width: 13cm

 1000-1200

121
A NASHIJI GROUND FIVE SECTION INRO
Meiji period, 19th century
With a red gold nashiji interior and exterior and decorated with gilt paste landscape scenes, the principal mountains inlaid with abalone shell, with a torus shaped ivory ojime and a black lacquer cushion netsuke with a relief carved deity and other figures
Length: 9.5cm

 300-500

122
TWO ANTIQUE ORIENTAL PENDANT/ORNAMENTS: IN AMBER AND MALACHITE
Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period 18th century (amber), and later Edo/Meiji period (malachite)
A finely carved amber ornament depicting a crane in a lotus water garden poised to take a fish, and; a richly figured and rubbed malachite stone with a metal stud attached with a cord and a coral bead to a small antique pouch
Width: 5cm and smaller

 500-1000

123
A MIXED COLLECTION OF MOSTLY TIMBER ORIENTAL STANDS, OTHER
Traditional oriental stands of large sizes suitable for floor vases or planters and smaller, a brass pierced easel book stand, and others
Various shapes and sizes

 60-80

124
A ROSE MEDALLION YEN YEN VASE AND TWO ROSE CANTON TEAPOTS
Qing Dynasty to early 20th century
The vase typically decorated with pairs of reserves with birds and insect, and figures in interiors upon a scrolling and insect strewn ground; the straight-sided teapots decorated throughout with birds and insects amidst flora
Height: 27cm and smaller

 300-500

125
A PAIR OF MODERN CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE VASES
Faceted baluster vases with waisted carinate necks, with pairs of dogs of fo lug handles and decorated throughout with auspicious flora
Height: 37cm

 50-100

126
A JAPANESE HIRADO PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE AND ONE OTHER
Meiji period, 19th to 20th century
A Hirado vase delicately and freely decorated with bamboo, rushes and other flowers between concentric blue lines to the rim and base, the other oriental vase of slightly compressed form decorated with flower motifs in blue black colours
Height: 14cm

 80-100

127
A CHINESE EXPORT WARE IMARI TEA CADDY
Qing Dynasty, 18th century, lid absent
A straight sided tea caddy of octagonal profile with a typical flat collar, decorated with formal borders of lotus, scrolls, stiff leaves and other flowers in underglaze blue with red enamel and gilt details
Height: 11cm

 200-300

128
A LARGE FAMILLE VERTE PORCELAIN BRUSH POT
Qing Dynasty, 1644-1912
The cylindrical pot in underglaze blue with a continuous courtly narrative scene with an Emperor in his imperial yellow robe attended by servants and officials, in emerald, red and yellow colours, a cracked ice border to the rim
Height: 20.5cm Diameter: 21.5cm

 1000-2000

129
TWO CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS
Early 20th century
A larger jar with a flat topped lid and a smaller jar without a lid, both similarly decorated with a narrative scene with traditionally attired Chinese government official with figures in a landscape setting
Height: 14.5cm and smaller

 80-100

130
THREE CANTONESE ROSE MEDALLION PORCELAIN WARES: TWO TEAPOTS AND A LIDDED CANISTER
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
Two teapots, the larger with a peach finial and the other with a gilded knop, and a cylindrical flat topped canister, all typically decorated with pairs of scroll bordered reserves enclosing birds and flora, and figures in interiors, upon floral and scroll embellished grounds scattered with insects
Height: 15cm and smaller

 200-300

131
A PAIR OF CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE GINGER JARS
Qing Dynasty
Of typical ovoid form with low domed lids, decorated with narrative scenes with a traditionally attired Chinese official and two figures in a landscape setting
Height: 15.5cm

 60-100

132
A FINE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Meiji period, late 19th century
A slender trumpet neck ovoid vase inlaid with wire work and decorated in colours with birds perching and flying amidst an abundant floral garden upon a light blue ground, patterned borders to the rim and foot
Height: 31cm

 200-300

133
AN ANTIQUE TIBETAN 'BUTTER TEA' COPPER POT
19th century
The pot of typical tapering form with a flat carinate collar, a waisted neck and domed lid, with horizontal crimp and brazed joints, a rivet joined handle, applied and tooled ornaments to the faceted spout, neck and collar and lid, and surmounted by a lotus bud finial, tin lined throughout
Height: 23.5cm

 30-50

134
A FLAMBÉ PORCELAIN MEIPING VASE
20th century, with factory mark of Jingde Chaiyou
Boldly decorated with a cobalt neck with sang-de-boeuf feathering and drips and flecked with small emerald green pock marks to the upper body merging to deeper colours towards the lower register, backstamp and logo underside
Height: 33.5cm

 50-80

135
A FINELY CARVED ANGLO-INDIAN SANDALWOOD CARD CASE
Late 19th to 20th century
Exquisitely carved to both faces with birds and foliage to the upper register, a trio of snakes and flora to the lower register, d the central panels with a celestial half bird female musician, Kinnara, and a half horse male figure to the reverse
Length: 12.5cm Width: 8cm

 100-200

136
A CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BUDDHA
The slip cast corpulent seated deity in patterned robes and holding beads; impressed oval mark underside
Height: 26cm Width: 26cm Depth: 18cm

 50-60

137
A CHINESE RED BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOTTLE VASE
In underglaze colours depicting two phoenix in a peony garden, drilled to base
Height: 29.5cm

 80-100

138
A CHINESE FLAMBÉ POTTERY VASE
A gently waisted slightly bulbous vase with deep maroon purple colours with a grey rim and mottled with spots throughout; faint four character mark to the glazed base
Height: 49cm

 100-200

139
TWO DEHUA PORCELAIN FIGURES
Qing Dynasty to Republic period
A heavily potted figure of Manjushri riding a lion, with various firing cracks, some losses, and with a double gourd stamp verso, with timber stand; and a slip moulded and modelled Guanyin figure holding a whisk
Height: 26cm

 300-500

140
A TRIO OF CANTONESE FAMILLE ROSE WARES
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A Qianlong style baluster vase in underglaze blue with a pair of rose mandarin figural panels, probably originally part of a garniture; a rose medallion baluster footed jug, and a rose Canton teapot of typical cylindrical form with a twist handle, straight spout and a later timber lid
Height: 20.5cm and smaller

 100-150

141
AN ORIENTAL CRACKLEWARE DOUBLE GOURD VASE
A creamware vase with applied chilongs and decorated with painted lappets, flowers and tendrils in green and iron red colours; unmarked
Height: 36cm

 100-200

142
A LARGE CHINESE ROSEWOOD CARVED DEITY FIGURE
Well carved and depicting Shouxing, the god of longevity with his distinctive large bald cranium, carrying his attributes of a staff and peaches
Height: 44.5cm

 50-100

143
A JAPANESE BRONZE STORK WITH FLOWERS
Meiji Period, 1868-1912
A cast feathered stork standing amidst tall cold painted leaves and three large flowers, upon a patinated lotus leaf base and twig form feet
Height: 74cm

 500-800

144
A BOXED SET OF FIVE STONE SEALS
The box with a sliding abalone veneer lid, enclosing five geometric tianhuang shoushan seals of various shapes and sizes bearing incised and relief decoration
Height: 8cm Length: 24cm Width: 12cm (box)

 100-200

145
A POLYCHROME DECORATED PORCELAIN TEA CADDY
Qing Dynasty, late 19th to early 20th century
A lemon ground caddy of lobed butterfly shape with a small circular lid, decorated with lotus, flowers and foliage, auspicious peaches, bats and birds, a red bordered partial stamp underside
Height: 14.5cm

 200-500

146
A YAOZHOU VASE
The pear shaped greenware vase with floral sgraffito decoration throughout, with an unglazed base
Height: 16cm

 50-100

147
A SMALL CHINESE TEA CUP
Finely decorated with five red crested cranes in underglaze blue flying above emerald waves, with an apocryphal underglaze Yongzheng mark underside
Height: 5cm Diameter: 6.5cm

 100-200

148
A SMALL SCALLOP EDGED BOWL
The deep bowl raised on a small foot rim, delicately polychrome painted with ten birds in a naturalistic wildflower setting, with apocryphal underglaze Qianlong seal underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10.5cm

 300-500

149
A CHINESE YELLOW BOWL
The bowl of ogee profile and raised on a small foot rim, bearing an underglaze Guangxu mark underside
Height: 7cm Diameter: 13.5cm

 100-200

150
AN INTERESTING COLLECTION OF ELEVEN CHINESE SNUFF BOTTLES
Comprising carved Peking glass, painted glass, a Yixing pottery style bottle, a porcelain flask with blue decoration, a triple porcelain flask with carp motifs, and a porcelain flask with a moss agate glaze, one bottle resembling porous bone; variously signed
Height: 8.5cm and smaller

 500-1000

151
A CHINESE RED AGATE BRACELET
Red agate from Yunan Province fashioned as twelve spheres
Diameter: 10cm

 300-400

152
AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE POLYCHROME TIMBER FIGURE OF KOBO DAISHI
Probably Edo period, 19th century
The seated master of Buddhist teaching, founder of the Shingon sect, monk, scholar and artist, wearing a red robe and holding a Vajra in his right hand, seated upon a coloured cushion and chair, his shoes beneath, and raised on an ebonised stand with gilded edges
Height: 30.5cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 14cm

 100-150

153
A LARGE CHINESE ROSEWOOD CARVED DEITY FIGURE
Well carved and depicting a laughing large bellied Buddha figure cradling a ruyi sceptre and holding a staff with a hat, a large rat at his feet
Height: 40cm

 50-100

154
A LARGE JAPANESE BRONZE PEDESTAL VASE
A trumpet neck baluster vase with a deep chocolate patina, having fantastic creature twin handles to the neck, the body with two shaped cartouches with pairs of birds in fruiting and flowering trees, with lappets and archaistic motifs, and applied lion motifs to the quatrefoil base
Height: 45.5cm

 200-300

155
A FOUR TIER CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOX
The lidded cylindrical box decorated throughout with stylised Daoist symbols and maple leaves, with a border of lappets to the base
Height: 25cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 100-120

156
A DEHUA PORCELAIN FIGURE
The porcelain slip cast figure of a seated contemplative and serene Boddhisatva, in a cool white glaze
Height: 13cm

 200-300

157
A CHINESE AMETHYST QUARTZ CARVED VASE WITH COVER
Well carved in high relief with a profusion of flowers and foliage
Height: 19.5cm

 300-400

158
TWO ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE INK BOXES WITH COVERS
Circular pots with foot rims and covers, one with a vase of flowers on a stand with Buddhist symbols, the other with vases, a table and other objects in a glaze with 'heaping and piling', a landscape to the lower register
Diameter: 7cm

 100-200

159
A BRONZE CENSER WITH STAND
A small compressed bowl with an inverted lip raised on low waisted bronze base, in deep olive tones with much patination, with a stylised four character seal mark underside
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 11cm

 150-250

160
A BRONZE INCENSE BURNER WITH COVER
In mid chocolate tones with a pierced vegetal lid and a trailing vine design to the body, raised on a trio of ball feet; with impressed four character apocryphal Yongzheng mark underside
Height: 12.5cm

 150-250

161
A PAIR OF JAPANESE BLUE AND WHITE LIDDED CADDY JARS
The ovoid jars with narrow cylindrical covers scattered with landscape and patterned mons throughout, unglazed to the bases
Height: 16.5cm

 80-100

162
A DOUBLE GOURD BLUE AND WHITE VASE
The gently lobed vase with a triple aperture, finely decorated with traditional rocky landscapes, pavilions, and figures engaged in daily pursuits; with an apocryphal Qianlong stamp underside
Height: 15.5cm

 100-200

163
A CHINESE WHITE GLAZED PORCELANEOUS VASE
Tang to Song Dynasty
A quatrefoil shaped baluster vase with a conforming rim and base, with lion and ring lug handles to the neck, heavily potted and with a thick creamy white glaze, unglazed to the footrim, glazed to the base
Height: 31.5cm

 800-1200

164
AN EARLY ORIENTAL WHITE GLAZED STONEWARE BOWL
Of compressed cauldron shape with a everted rim and foot rim, heavily potted with an unglazed interior and base, together with a timber display stand
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 500-1000

165
A MING PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE BASIN
Wanli period, 1573-1619, possibly a Bin Thuan shipwreck item
The deep bowl with a flattened rim decorated to the interior with a roundel and four shaped reserves with floral motifs upon a tiled ground, flowers to the border, the base with embedded kiln grit deposits
Height: 10cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 1500-2000

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

 300-400

167
A CHINESE PORCELAIN PLAQUE
A polychrome decorated plaque depicting a chicken with her brood, with script and seal mark upper right and framed
Height: 39.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 500-700

168
A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ PLATE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The brass edged and lobed plate with a finely plumed phoenix enclosed by a chevron band, the border with twelve white, green and aventurine flecked brown lobes with flora and phoenix motifs
Diameter: 30.5cm

 100-150

169
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE DISH
20th century
The dish with a subtle scalloped edge boldly decorated with a deity figure riding a carp beneath a pine branch; spur marks to base
Diameter: 29cm

 50-60

170
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER
20th century
Decorated with bold peony flowers, strappy foliage and rockwork; spur marks to the base
Diameter: 35.5cm

 50-100

171
A CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE CHARGER
Early 20th century
Decorated in raised polychrome enamels in the Chinese Straits style, with a kakiemon flowering prunus tree with birds to the centre surrounded by a diaper decorated cavetto punctuated by floral cartouches, a broad floral border enclosed by a blue ground floral band, six character mark underside
Height: 8cm Diameter: 43cm

 100-200

172
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE SILK HANGING EMBROIDERY
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Embroidered throughout with two phoenix amidst a flower garden with insects, auspicious peaches and centred with a flaming pearl upon a strawberry red silk field
Length: 87cm Width: 92cm

 150-250

173
TWO ANTIQUE EMBROIDERIES, OTTOMAN AND OTHER EASTERN
Late 19th to early 20th century, acquired in Damascus and Istanbul 1960s
A lavishly embroidered square wall hanging with raised gilt and silver thread upon a purple velvet field, and; a rectangular embroidery with a lozenge design, with metallic threads in various colours, fabric, raised embroidery and spangles
Length: 130cm Width: 66cm and smaller

 300-500

174
A JAPANESE BRONZE KORO
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Finely and naturalistically cast in the round, with lion, tiger and elephant figures and having an aged patina with verdigris; bordered character mark or signature underside
Height: 19cm Diameter: 33cm

 400-600

175
A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI URNS WITH COVERS
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Spiral moulded baluster urns with domed covers and dog of fo finials, decorated with panels and mons of flora in underglaze blue with red and pale orange enamel colours, lappet borders to the bases
Height: 30.5cm

 300-400

176
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE FLOOR VASE
20th century
The bottle vase continuously decorated with a traditional mountain and lake landscape populated with watercraft, figures and pavilions, bearing an underglaze apocryphal Qianlong seal underside
Height: 59cm

 300-500

177
A PAIR OF ORIENTAL CERAMIC LAMP BASES WITH TIMBER STANDS
Imari style vases of lobed ovoid form, with brocaded lattice patterns throughout in blue, iron red, green and tan colours and decorated with birds, foliage and dragons
Height: 35cm

 100-200

178
A FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN FLOOR VASE
20th century
The bottle vase well decorated throughout with blossoming and fruiting peach branches, and scattered with auspicious bats, bearing an underglaze apocryphal Qianlong seal underside
Height: 54cm

 200-300

179
A MONUMENTAL CHINESE EARTHENWARE GARDEN BASIN
A rustic oval basin with a brown and yellow ochre fired glaze, beautifully relief decorated with horses to one long side and detailed birds in flight to the other, the shorter ends with bamboo decoration, a teal glaze to the interior and three impressed stamps to rim; provenance: Christie's Australia
Height: 55cm Length: 121cm Width: 93cm

 600-1000

180
A PAIR OF FRAMED ANTIQUE CHINESE FAN PAINTINGS
Late Qing Dynasty
Originally folding fans, both depicting traditional landscape scenes, one en grisaille, the other in muted watercolours, both with elegant script and various seals
Height: 40cm Width: 62cm

 300-500

181
A CHINESE ROSEWOOD ALTAR TABLE
20th century
Beautifully crafted with inlaid burr panels to the top within frames with hidden mitres, the rolled ends with taotie mask motifs, a pierced fretwork apron with a central medallion and raised on shaped straight legs with side stretchers
Height: 84cm Width: 118cm Depth: 41cm

 300-500

182
A CHINESE BI-FOLD CABINET
The traditional cabinet with a large upper cupboard with relief carved bi-fold doors relief with panels of Buddhist symbols, deities, pierced floral motifs and grilles, three small drawers below and a fret enclosed lower section with sliding panels, raised on stile legs with shaped aprons to the sides
Height: 167cm Width: 114cm Depth: 57cm

 200-400

183
A SET OF FOUR ORIENTAL TIMBER NESTING TABLES
The rectangular tables with edges, legs and stretchers fashioned as lengths of bamboo, the aprons pierced and carved with bamboo foliage
Height: 68cm Length: 50cm Width: 36cm and smaller

 100-200

184
A SMALL ANGLO INDIAN CARVED HARDWOOD CABINET
19th century
The heavy cabinet, probably padauk wood, with twin doors profusely carved and pierced with peacocks issuing arabesques between vegetal relief carved borders to the top and base
Height: 70cm Width: 60cm Depth: 35cm

 100-120

185
A LARGE CHINESE ELM CABINET
With a waisted pediment above four cupboards with relief carved and coloured panels depicting various pavilions, three fret and floral embellished drawers and four lower cupboards, with traditional brass hardware and raised on stile feet with spandrel decoration
Height: 174cm Width: 160cm Depth: 61cm

 200-400

186
A CHINESE ELM SIDEBOARD
Of simple rustic design, with a waisted top above three drawers and a central pair of cupboards with traditional backplate and pin hardware, two small drawers to the sides, the drawers with square backplates and swing handles, the whole raised on small stile feet with spandrels
Height: 85cm Width: 128cm Depth: 52cm

 150-250

187
AN ORIENTAL TWO DRAWER MING STYLE ALTAR COFFER
The coffer with everted flanges, relief carved floral drawer fronts with square face plates and swing handles, with pierced spandrels, a trio of relief carved panels and raised on slightly flared straight legs
Height: 91cm Width: 158cm Depth: 41cm

 150-250

188
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER PLATED SALVER
Late 1890s, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall, Sheffield
A heavy gauge salver profusely decorated in the Rococo Revival manner with an applied border and engraved and bright cut cartouches to the tray; maker's stamp and trademark underside, 'sigma' date cypher, other marks
Height: 4cm Diameter: 22cm

 50-60

189
EIGHT STERLING SILVER WARES: A SET OF SIX SMALL BASKETS AND A MATCHING SWING HANDLED BASKET, A TOAST RACK
1920s with maker's mark for Schmitz Moore & Co, Newark New Jersey, (baskets) and; 1963 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Viner's Ltd
A pierced swing handled basket and small matching dishes, hallmarked underside; and a small square arched toast rack; hallmarked to long side
Silver weight: 176gr Length: 7.5cm Width: 5cm (toast rack)

 140-180

190
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SOUP LADLE
1790 London, with maker's mark for Richard Crossley
The large Old English pattern ladle with round bowl and engraved zig-zag bright cut decoration, initials and crest to terminal, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 190gr
Length: 35cm

 300-500

191
A STUART DEVLIN SILVER GILT 'SILVER JUBILEE' SURPRISE EGG
1977 London, numbered 81, with maker's mark
A cast egg decorated with the English floral badges, thistle, Tudor rose and shamrock, and the Royal Coat of Arms, opening to reveal the enamel jewelled Coronation Crown; hallmarked to base and lid; with original case
Height: 7.5cm

 500-700

192
A STUART DEVLIN SILVER GILT DONKEY AND CACTUS SURPRISE EGG
1978 London, numbered 93 of 100 pieces with maker's mark
An engine turned wrythen Easter egg opening to reveal a silver gilt donkey and enamelled cactus plants, one surmounted by a cheeky mouse; hallmarked to base and lid; with papers and original case
Height: 7.5cm

 500-700

193
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN REVIVAL STERLING SILVER GRAVY BOATS
1940 Birmingham, with maker's marks for S Blanckensee & Son
The pair of broad shallow boats with lobed and barbed rims, 'S' scroll flying handles and raised on a trio of curvaceous legs with stepped pad feet and shell shaped mounts; hallmarked near rims
Silver weight: 148gr
Height: 9cm Width: 14.5cm

 180-220

194
TWO PIECES OF EASTERN SILVER: A .900 SILVER SCROLL HOLDER, A .900 POMANDER, AND A JUG
A pierced cylindrical scroll holder with foliate designs; a scale decorated compressed circular pomander with a pointed finial; and a gadrooned pedestal jug with an elaborate swan handle fabricated from low grade silver (.600-.700 standard)
Silver weight: 206gr (two .900 silver items only)
Length: 22.5cm

 50-100

195
A STERLING SILVER VESTA CASE
1899 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Minshull & Latimer
A rectangular cushion profile vesta and strike of typical hinged form, with bail and hoop, profusely engraved with arabesques, engraved W.J.R (Capt. W.J.R. from 4th Queen's Own Hussars)
Silver weight: 34gr
Length: 5.5cm Width: 4cm

 150-200

196
A PAIR PLUS FIVE STERLING SILVER MENU HOLDERS, A STERLING BELL
1893 London, maker's marks EH for William Hutton & Sons, a pair of cast cupid holders; 1902 London, with maker's marks for William Comyns & Sons, five pierced Rococo Revival holders; and 20th century, Germany, with maker's marks for Birks, a small bell with a pierced handle, all hallmarked
Silver weight: 169gr Height: 9cm (bell)

 140-180

197
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEAPOT AND STAND
1792 London, maker's mark for Peter & Anne Bateman
The octagonal 'oil can' shaped teapot with waisted neck, low domed lid and urn shaped finial, scrolled wooden handle, decorated with engraved bright cut bands of scallop shells and flowers, raised on a matching stand with four thread feet, both hallmarked underside
Total weight: 660gr
Height: 16.5cm Width: 28.5cm

 900-1500

198
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GRAVY LADLE
1826 London, with maker's mark for Jonathan Hayne
The fiddle pattern ladle with engraved crest to terminal, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 70gr
Length: 19cm

 60-90

199
SIX SMALL STERLING SILVER WARES: A PAIR OF SALTS, A CONDIMENT LADLE, A CHILD'S SPOON AND FORK, AND A PILL BOX
19th century and after, Sheffield, London, Peru, various makers
A pair of Walker and Hall Rococo style oval salts, a plain Old English ladle, a scrolling bright cut spoon and a bright cut fork, a 20th century Peruvian made circular pill box with embossed crests; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 124gr Length: 15cm (fork)

 100-150

200
A STERLING SILVER VICTORIAN MUSTARD POT WITH CONDIMENT SPOON
1887 London, with maker's mark for Hukin & Heath to both items
A cylindrical hinged pot with a glass liner, with a stepped base and a low domed lid, a thread edged handle with shell form thumb rest, the spoon with a ball finial; hallmarked to upper body of pot and stem of spoon
Silver weight: 89gr (without liner)
Height: 7.5cm

 140-160

201
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TWIN SWEET MEAT DISH
1915 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Charles S. Green & Co
A pair of conjoined pierced lattice circular dishes with an addorsed dolphin handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 101gr
Height: 10cm Width: 20cm

 100-150

202
A SET OF SIX GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DINNER FORKS WITH MCKAY CRESTS
1828 London, with maker's mark for Charles Eley
A good set of heavy gauge Fiddle Pattern forks with arm and dagger crests for McKay family to the terminals; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 436gr
Length: 20cm

 300-400

203
A STERLING SILVER ARTS AND CRAFTS FLOWER COMPORT
1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for A&J Zimmerman Ltd
A shallow plain bowl upon a waisted and double ringed stem to a domed base, decorated with four stylised flowers to the body and lower stem, with a plated lattice frog; hallmarked to body
Silver weight:169 gr (without frog)
Height: 13cm

 100-200

204
A NEOCLASSICAL FRENCH .950 SILVER COVERED SUGAR BOX
Mid 19th century, Minerva 1 standard, mark of Louis Manant to lozenge
The oval pierced box with floral festoons, cartouche, shell and paterae embellishments, a domed lid with a fine vegetal finial, leaf embellished handles and raised on husk decorated legs with paw feet, with blue glass liner; hallmarked to body and lid
Silver weight: 638gr Height: 13.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 400-500

205
A MAGNIFICENT GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PUNCH BOWL
1812 London, maker's mark for Paul Storr
The impressive circular bowl raised on a circular foot with a bold gadrooned rim, the lower body decorated with a radiating textured lattice pattern below a wavy band, hallmarked to foot; provenance: Sotheby's Australia, The Connoisseurs Autumn Collection, Melbourne 27/28 May, 2008 (sold $19,200)
Weight 1645gr Height: 16.53cm Diameter: 27cm

 8000-12000

206
A FINE FRENCH .800 SILVER DOLPHIN SALT IN THE BAROQUE MANNER
19th century, with Minerva 2 mark, partial maker's stamp, DA.., to lozenge
The heavy gauge cast table salt featuring a dolphin upon a wavy oval base and supporting a gilt lined nautilus shell; hallmarked to the lower edge
Silver weight: 470gr
Height: 6.5cm

 400-500

207
A CHINESE EXPORT .90 SILVER SNUFF BOX
Late Qing Dynasty, 1840-1915, with factory mark of Wing Chung, Hong Kong
A small rectangular box decorated with bamboo and a vacant circular cartouche upon a textured ground to the lid, with embossed bamboo and prunus decoration to the sides; marked WC 90 underside
Silver weight: 23gr
Height: 1.5cm Width: 4.5cm Depth: 3cm

 100-200

208
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER AND ENAMEL DECORATED JEWELLERY BOX
1905 Birmingham, with maker's mark for H.Bros
A shaped box raised on four curvaceous legs, the lid with an applied thread edge and embellished with a fine enamel portrait medallion with foil inclusions, the interior lined with the original aqua velvet; hallmarked to side of lid and lip
Total weight: 110gr Height: 5cm Width: 7cm Depth: 8.5cm

 100-200

209
A GEORGE V STERLING SILVER SOUP LADLE
1911 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns
The heavy gauge Hanover pattern ladle with engraved crest to terminal, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 265gr
Length: 32.5cm

 200-300

210
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SWEET MEAT DISH
1905 London, with maker's mark for Daniel & John Wellby
In the Charles II style, the heavy gauge stepped circular bowl with a broad border of repousse flora above a gadrooned lower bowl, raised on three scrolling cast maiden head supports
Silver weight: 285gr
Height: 9cm Diameter: 12.5cm

 200-300

211
A WMF JUGENDSTIL SILVER PLATE VASE WITH GLASS LINER
Circa: 1900, with figural mark for WMF
The square section tapering vase having a deliberate oxidised finish, with buttress style handles and stylised floral decoration and enclosing the original shaped green glass liner, mark of WMF to the lower body, various other marks
Height: 18cm

 100-200

212
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER CIRCULAR SALVER
1759 London, maker's mark for Ebenezer Coker
The fine circular shaped salver with an elaborate gadrooned, floral scroll and shell rim, engraved with a contemporary crest and raised on three ball and claw feet, hallmarked underside
Weight: 400gr
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 22cm

 800-1000

213
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE
1908 Chester, with maker's mark for Barker Bros
A Neoclassical style presentation service comprising a lobed boat shaped teapot, creamer and sugar basin with gadrooned rims, and a threaded frieze, elegant bracket handles with spurs, the pot with an ebonised handle; hallmarked to collars, inscription to teapot
Total weight: 1012gr
Height: 15cm Width: 28cm (teapot)

 800-900

214
A STERLING SILVER PIERCED SWING HANDLED BASKET
1912 Chester, with maker's mark for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes
A pedestal basket with an everted scalloped rim, and formal pierced fan and floral motifs, an undulating beaded border and a pierced handle; hallmarked to lower body and handle
Silver weight: 272gr
Height: 8cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 150-300

215
A STERLING SILVER PIERCED SWEET MEAT DISH
1933 Birmingham, with maker's mark for S.J. Levy & Co
An elegant lobed dish pierced with formal arabesques to shaped cartouches; hallmarked to interior rim
Silver weight: 96gr
Height: 3.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 100-200

216
A STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1937 London, with maker's mark for Edward Barnard & Sons Ltd, retailer's stamp for Martin & Co Cheltenham to base
Of plain oval form with applied thread rims and a rising loop handle, hallmarked to waist
Weight: 145gr
Height: 11cm

 100-180

217
TWO PAIRS OF GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER SALT AND PEPPER POTS
1930s, one pot with Gi mark, one with bordered GJ mark for 1933-1945 period, two with post 1945 marks, all pattern 423/423B
Both pairs of faceted design, one pair with spiral hatched acorn pattern lids, the other pair with floral lids, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 70gr Height: 4.5cm

 100-120

218
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT
1911 London, with maker and retailer's marks for Hardy Bros
A plain pear shaped pot with a domed lid with knop, having an elegant long tapering square section spout and an ebony handle; hallmarked to upper body and interior rim of lids
Total weight: 608gr
Height: 22cm

 200-300

219
A PETITE GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER 'BLOSSOM' CANDY BASKET
Post 1945 mark, pattern 235C, designed by Georg Jensen about 1917
A boat shaped basket with a fixed handle and twin blossom mounts raised on a petal and stamen stem above a circular base; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 50g
Height: 5.5cm Length: 7.5cm Width: 6cm

 300-500

220
A PETITE GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER 'SCALLOP' DISH
Post 1945 mark, pattern 355B, designed by Gundorph Albertus about 1920 and with designer's monogram
A shallow circular bowl with twin scallop shell handles, a small foot ring to the base, hallmark and monogram underside
Silver weight: 41gr
Width: 9.5cm Diameter: 7.5cm

 100-200

221
A STERLING SILVER SWEET MEAT COMPORT AND A SMALL DISH
1898 and 1900 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall (comport)
Henry Williamson & Co (dish)
Of Rococo Revival style with embossed flora and shells to the comport and scrolls and shellwork to the dish, both with pierced lattice cartouches; discreetly hallmarked to borders of both
Silver weight: 181gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 17.5cm and smaller

 140-200

222
A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE CASTLE CIGAR LIGHTER
Later 19th century
A novelty table top lighter in the form of a motte and bailey castle with a 'brickwork' castellated keep and three turrets, the central turret with standard covering the spirit reservoir and the two outer turrets holding lighters
Height: 17.5cm

 200-300

223
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER
1801 London, (no maker's mark)
Of oval form with vertical bands of ribbing and engraved bright cut leafy bands, applied thread rim, a shaped bracket handle, and an engraved shield shaped cartouche with floral surround, hallmarked on collar
Weight: 150gr
Height: 11cm

 150-250

224
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1784 London, with maker's mark for Richard Crossley
The quality Old English and thread pattern serving spoon with engraved crest to terminal, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 130gr
Length: 29.5cm

 200-400

225
A STERLING SILVER AND GLASS INK POT WITH A COMPLEMENTARY STERLING SILVER FITTED TRAY
1854 London with maker's mark for John Wilmin Figg (tray), and; 1938 Birmingham, with maker's mark for H. Pidduck & Sons
A cut glass pot with a flat hinged lid; a tray with engraved arcaded borders
Total weight: 344gr

 100-200

226
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE POTS
1912 London, with maker and retailer's marks for Hardy Bros
Pear shaped pots with thread edged pie crust rims and conforming bases, domed lids with knops, having elegant long tapering square section spouts and ebony handles; hallmarked to upper body and interior rim of lid
Total weight: 1025gr
Height: 20cm

 500-800

227
TWENTY TWO GEORGIAN/VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FLATWARE
1836 London, marks for William Eaton, a crisp set of six Queen's pattern variation dessert spoons, with two similar Queen's pattern spoons, 1890 London, by Charles Boyton II; 1830 Glasgow, marks for WM over AM, a set of Queen's variant single struck forks, and; 1884 London, marks for Josiah Williams & Co, a set of fruit knives with sterling blades; all hallmarked
Total weight: 1450gr Length: 21.5cm (knife)

 1500-2000

228
A RUSSIAN .84 SILVER CENTREPIECE WITH A TOPAZ BLUE GLASS BOWL
19th century, with zolotniki 84 standard, city mark for Riga, Latvia, unidentified silver smith mark in Cyrillic, PT
An elaborate slender urn with long scrolling handles, festoons, stiff leaf and beaded borders upon a textured dome base and a bright cut pan Slavic decorated border, with a moulded bowl; hallmarked to lower border, weighted
Total weight: 1143gr (without bowl) Height: 39.5cm

 300-400

229
A STERLING SILVER TAZZA
1924 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hardy Bros
An elegant lozenge shaped tazza with a pierced border, an applied thread and scroll rim and shell mounts, the oval base with four similarly embellished pad feet; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 587gr
Height: 16cm Length: 26.5cm Width: 18cm

 300-500

230
A CHINESE SILVER TAZZA
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A scallop edged bowl decorated with embossed flowers and a butterfly, upon a finely textured ground, the stem with a spreading integral foot; bordered two character mark underside
Silver weight: 146gr
Height: 10cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 300-400

231
A FINE PAIR OF GEORGIAN IRISH STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL CUPS
Circa: 1780 Dublin, with maker's mark for Robert Williams, no pellet
The cups with domed and knopped covers and of gently swollen ogee form with triple scroll twin handles, crisply bright cut with Robert Adam style swag engraving, with oval ribboned cartouches with crests, one with engraved dedication to recipient; typically hallmarked to the body with three marks
Silver weight: 1198gr
Height: 22.5cm

 6000-10000

232
A PAIR OF AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .900 SILVER SALTS
Post 1867, Zagreb and .900 standard numeral, maker's mark for JCK
A pair of cauldron salts with scalloped thread edged rims, raised on stepped pad feet with conforming mounts, gilt washed to the hallmarked interiors
Silver weight: 172gr
Height: 4.5cm

 50-80

233
A NEOCLASSICAL STYLE STERLING SILVER KEROSENE TABLE LAMP
1909 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Martin Hall & Co, fittings by RE & S
An urn shaped heavily weighted lamp upon an integral spreading plinth, decorated with husk swags, ram's head mounts and paterae, original fittings and a glass chimney
Height: 37cm

 300-400

234
A PAIR OF GEORGE III CRESTED STERLING SILVER SAUCE TUREENS
1800 London, rubbed maker's marks
Heavy gauge boat shaped tureens with long sweeping square bracket handles, gadroons to the rim and foot and domed lids with threaded loop twig form handles, lids and bodies with rooster crests and partial hallmarks
Silver weight: 1443gr
Height: 12.5cm Width: 23cm

 4000-8000

235
A GERMAN WMF SILVER PLATED BOWL WITH GLASS LINER
Circa: 1910, with ostrich mark in rhombus and arch, letter G
An elegant circular bowl with a hammered finish and a pierced border, raised on three squared and sectioned legs, with a flute cut glass liner
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 150-250

236
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS
1870 Newcastle, with maker's mark for Reid & Sons
The Old English pattern ladle with engraved crests to terminals, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 160gr
Length: 20.5cm

 40-60

237
A SET OF THREE GEORGE I STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
1727 London, with maker's mark for James Wilks
The Old English pattern dessert spoons with engraved crests to terminals, all boldly hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 95gr
Length: 17.5cm and smaller

 90-120

238
A CHINESE SILVER ARTICULATED FISH OPIUM BOX
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th century
A large scaly carp upon a box with canted edges, decorated to each face with figures engaged in daily pursuits, floral motifs to the edges; unmarked
Height: 9.5cm Width: 15cm

 400-500

239
SIX GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
Three 1806 Newcastle, with maker's mark for Thomas Watson: three with mixed makers and dates, Newcastle & London
The Old English pattern dessert spoons with various engraved initials or crests to terminals, all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 200gr Length: 17cm

 120-180

240
A FRENCH .950 SILVER MILK JUG
19th century, with rubbed Minerva 1 standard and indistinct other mark
The pear-shaped pot with an ebonised 'C' scroll handle with cast vegetal decoration to the spout, gadroon borders to the domed and hinged lid and a decorative mushroom finial; standard to upper body, other to lid
Height: 14cm

 140-250

241
A FINE CRESTED PAIR OF GEORGE III SOLID STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1773 London, with maker's mark, I.C for probably John Carter
Of refined and elegant slim knopped design with beaded decoration to the removable pans, nozzles, knops and square bases, crested to the pans and bases; crisply hallmarked to the interior rims, other engraved marks underside
Silver weight: 1389gr
Height: 27cm

 6000-10000

242
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER OVAL BON BON BASKET
1781 London, maker's mark for Robert Hennell I
The Neoclassical oval basket raised on a pierced foot, the body with beaded rim, pierced bands of scrolls and urns and engraved floral swags, with a looped beaded swing handle, hallmarked to rim
Weight: 135gr
Length: 14.5cm Width: 12cm

 200-300

243
SIX GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS
18th and early 19th century, mixed makers and dates (some marks rubbed)
The Old English pattern table spoons with various engraved initials to terminals, all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 380gr
Length: 22.5cm and smaller

 120-180

244
A SET OF TWELVE ISRAELI .800 SILVER SPOONS AND A SMALL CAKE SERVER
20th century, server with mark of Hazorfim
Teaspoons with leaf shaped bowls, twist handles and cast and pierced rose bud and foliage finials; the server with pierced and engraved floral designs; hallmarked to stems of all
Silver weight: 191gr Length: 11.5cm (spoon)

 80-120

245
A FINE VICTORIAN FERN ENGRAVED STERLING SILVER TEA TRAY
1888 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
The oval tray with a pierced guilloche border and finely engraved with a wide maiden hair fern garland enclosing an elaborate crest bearing the inscription, 'Traditus non Victus', Betrayed Not Conquered; crisply hallmarked underside with retailer's stamp of Hardy Bros, Sydney
Silver weight: 3345gr
Height: 4cm Length: 58.5cm Width: 45.5cm

 4000-8000

246
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GRAVY LADLE
Late 18th-early 19th century Newcastle, maker's mark for John Langland II
The Old English pattern ladle with engraved crest to terminal, boldly hallmarked underside (no date letter)
Silver weight: 450gr
Length: 18.5cm

 60-90

247
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL COFFEE POT
1809 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Hayter
The plain oval faceted body with a waisted neck raised on an oval foot, with applied thread rims, a loop handle and spout, and a domed lid with ball finial, hallmarked underside
Weight: 905gr
Height: 25cm

 800-1200

248
A LEADLIGHT TABLE LAMP IN THE LOUIS TIFFANY STYLE
20th century
A quality reproduction decorated with frieze of dragon flies amidst an arrangement of blue and teal leaves, raised upon a bronze stem, with relief cast dragon flies and lotus blooms to the spreading base
Height: 50cm

 100-200

249
A FINE COLIN HEANEY IRIDESCENT GLASS VASE
1989
The large ovoid vase with a waisted and everted rim with vibrant mottled purple, peacock blue and green colours throughout upon a veined and ripple textured ground, etched signature of C. Heaney '89 underside and label
Height: 21cm

 100-120

250
AN ART DECO BLUE GLASS AND CHROME COMPORT
Circa: 1925
A bold press moulded dish with overlapping chevrons in clear and frosted stripes upon a similar ground and centred with a series of graduated star bursts, raised on a stepped beehive rib chrome base and having two chrome arms with serrated timber handles
Height: 14.5cm Width: 46cm

 200-400

251
A FRENCH OPALESCENT BOWL BY P. D'AVESN
Circa: 1930s
The heavy frosted bowl with a pierced body of interlacing textured scrolls, mark of P. D'Avesn, Made in France in relief underside
Height: 9cm Diameter: 40.5cm

 250-350

252
A FINE RUBY GLASS VASE IN THE BOHEMIAN MANNER
Second half 19th century
A heavy gauge faceted vase of fine manufacture, with a carinate upper register mounted on a mushroom topped pedestal base, with remnant gilt bands
Height: 33cm

 100-200

253
A FINE ST LOUIS CUT CRYSTAL VASE
A flaring cased vase with a flattened and bevelled rim of scalloped form, with deep emerald green ribs to a waisted slice cut base, with stencil mark underside, transparent label to upper body
Height: 25cm

 800-900

254
AN AMETHYST AND CLEAR GLASS ART DECO COMPORT BY SCHNEIDER
Circa: 1930s
A shallow bowl of deep amethyst colour modulating to clear, with a series of radiating bubble and rough stippled irregular ribs with semi-circular motifs near the rim, upon a heavy base with stencil mark of Schneider
Height: 8cm Diameter: 35.5cm

 150-250

255
TWO BOHEMIAN GLASS BOWLS AND A BRILLIANT CUT VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
A circular bowl with a gilded cusped rim, with etched flora and lattice cartouches to the body; an elongated oval bowl with stepped handles and a gilded leaf border below the rim; and a brilliant cut vase with hobstars, as found
Height: 20.5cm (vase)

 100-200

256
SEVEN VICTORIAN BRISTOL GREEN STEM GLASSES
19th century
Bell shaped sherry glasses with clear stems and bases
Height: 13.5cm and smaller

 50-100

257
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL ANTELOPE RING DISH
Later 20th century, with etched signature and registration mark
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted antelope with curled antlers; marked verso
Height: 9cm

 80-120

258
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL SWAN RING DISH
Mid 20th century, with etched signature
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted swan to the centre; marked verso
Height: 5.5cm

 80-120

259
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL ANTELOPE RING DISH
Mid 20th century, with etched signature
A small shallow clear dish with a frosted antelope with curled antlers; marked verso
Height: 9.5cm

 80-120

260
A LALIQUE FROSTED CRYSTAL BIRD RING DISH
Later 20th century, with etched signature and registration mark
A small shallow clear dish with a central long tailed bird; marked verso
Height: 10cm

 80-120

261
TWO ENGRAVED CRYSTAL BOWLS
1980s
A 1980 Elizabeth of Glamis commemorative pedestal bowl with an etched rose design, marked A.O 196/200, and; a 1984 heavy gauge presentation bowl of plain form with inscription to bowl and signed indistinctly underside
Height: 16cm Diameter: 19cm and smaller

 50-100

262
TWO CAMEO VASES IN THE FRENCH MANNER
A compressed bulbous vase with a handkerchief point rim, decorated with pendant orange flowers on a semi translucent mottled ground, bearing a vertical Gallé style signature and polished pontil, and; a green goblet vase with berry fruits, bearing a spurious posthumous Gallé mark with star
Height: 36.5cm and 18.5cm

 150-300

263
A VIBRANT CASED GLASS VASE BY DEGUE
Circa: 1930s
A slender baluster vase on a pedestal base, the collar and upper register in dripping saffron yellow colours upon a mottled lemon body, the base with knop and a saffron spreading foot, with polished pontil and etched Degue mark to foot
Height: 36cm

 200-300

264
A BRILLIANT CUT CRYSTAL DESSERT DISH AND SIX MATCHING DISHES
Early 20th century
The scalloped dishes each with seventeen radiating petals finely cut with Brunswick stars and hobstars
Diameters: 28cm and 14.5cm

 400-600

265
AN ART NOUVEAU CAMEO GLASS BOWL BY ÉMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1900
A bowl of compressed form with an inverted collar, decorated in the round with fern leaves and fronds in shades of green upon a frosted paler green ground, having a polished rim and ground pontil, mark of Gallé in cameo to lower body,
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 19cm

 500-1000

266
AN ART NOUVEAU CAMEO GLASS VASE BY D'ARGENTAL
Early 20th century
Of slender skittle shape overlaid in deep polished chocolate to russet toffee colours with meandering Virginia creeper leaves, buds and tendrils upon a frosted amber ground; mark of D'Argental with Cross of Lorraine in cameo
Height: 25cm

 300-500

267
A LLADRO 'MAJA' FEMALE BUST
1970-1985, production period, pattern 4668, designed by Juan Huerta
A serene model in high glaze, with biscuit porcelain roses in her hair; blue backstamp underside
Height: 31.5cm

 150-250

268
A LATE VICTORIAN ENGLISH MAJOLICA OWL PITCHER
Late 19th century
A moulded pitcher with lead glazes in brown, mid green and sponged rose colours, with an integral twig form handle; unmarked
Height: 24.5cm

 100-150

268a
A STAFFORDSHIRE FIGURE OF ELIJAH AND THE RAVENS
Circa: 1830
In the style of Obadiah Sherrat, a well modelled figure with bocage and supported upon a raised waisted base, decorated in swirling sponged green, blue, lemon and green colours
Height: 26cm

 200-400

269
A CHARLOTTE RHEAD BOWL AND JUG
Circa 1935, patterns TL3 and TL5
Both tubelined and decorated in a typical autumnal and lustre palette upon a mottled beige ground, the bowl with a trellis design to the lower body with bold flower heads; the jug decorated in apple green with oranges, lemons and flowers; backstamps of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware to both, additional marks
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18.5cm (bowl)

 100-200

270
A PAIR OF SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER PEDESTAL VASES
1909, pattern H 285, with signature of J. Lander
Bottle vases of Persian influence with applied moulded borders to the lower border above a waisted foot, gilt edged quatrefoil rims and decorated with autumn harvest berries and foliage on an ivory ground; green backstamp and other marks underside; one as found
Height: 16cm

 100-200

271
A PAIR OF CZECHOSLOVAKIAN PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1920s-30s
Elegant tapering square section sticks with gilded urn nozzles and pendant flora in pink and blue colours upon a cream ground, the base with a floral border; green TK Thurley Czechoslovakia backstamp underside
Height: 24.5cm

 100-200

272
A PAIR OF CLARICE CLIFF 'LEAF TREE' SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS
Circa: early 1930s
In orange, purple and blue colours upon a stippled chocolate café au lait ground; with Clarice Cliff Newport marks underside
Height 8.5 cm, 8 cm

 100-200

273
TWO SPILL VASE, ROCKINGHAM AND SPODE
Circa: 1830
A Rockingham vase with fine floral border decoration by John Creswell below a flower encrusted projecting lip, with twin hawk and ring gilded handles; and a flaring spill vase with a turnover lip, with a painted landscape and cottage scene between gilt borders and bands and raised on three lion's paw feet; unmarked
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 80-120

274
A FIELDING'S CROWN DEVON MATTITA VASE
Circa: 1930s
A matte glazed ovoid vase with a blue and mauve delphinium design upon a sponged teal ground; backstamp underside and painted marks
Height: 24.5cm

 200-300

275
A MINTON PARIAN WARE FIGURE OF 'CLORINDA' AFTER THE MODEL BY JOHN BELL (1812-1895)
1848, with inscribed mark of John Bell and date, February 1848; pattern 203
The weary figure of Clorinda the pagan warrior in battle dress, her helmet and gloves at her feet; marks of modeller and date to reverse; impressed ermine mark for Minton and pattern number underside
Height: 34.5cm

 400-500

276
A LONDON SHAPE CUP AND SAUCER, ATTRIBUTED TO COALPORT
Circa: 1820
A coffee cup with a square bracket handle and a deep interior border with pink, lemon and cobalt flora and gilt seaweed embellished leaves upon an oatmeal ground, the saucer conforming; faint illegible numerals underside
Height: 7cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 80-120

277
A COALPORT CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1810
The bute shaped cup and saucer, both finely decorated in a bold pink, purple, and red palette with lily, rose, alstroemeria, convolvulus and tulip upon a gilded ground, unmarked
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

278
A PAIR OF MINTON JAPAN PATTERN PLATES
Circa: 1810, pattern 558
Decorated with a garden scene featuring banana style hands, foliage and a bridge, in the typical cobalt, iron red and green palette with gilt enrichments, unmarked
Diameter: 17cm

 50-100

279
A FINE PAIR OF CHARLES BOURNE CABINET PLATES
Circa: 1815-20, provenance: G.L. Fletcher Collection, T. Menzel Collection
The shaped square plates with borders in sand and cobalt colours, generous gadroons and Regency gilt vegetal and star forms, centred with flowers and fruits spilling from green urns situated in romantic ruin landscapes; unmarked; with Fletcher collection labels underside
Length: 21.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 100-200

280
A DELFT BLUE AND WHITE ONION NECK VASE
20th century
Typically decorated throughout with leaves, flowers and sprigged patterns, the body with birds and bouquets between a leaf and floral collar and lappets to the base
Height: 33.5cm

 30-50

281
A CHARLES BOURNE SPILL VASE
Circa: 1810-15, pattern 435, provenance: T. Menzel Collection
The cylindrical vase with a waisted neck and base, decorated with a finely painted bouquet of summer flowers in pink, orange, purple and white colours to a shaped reserve, a pink rose with gold leaves to the reverse, upon a cobalt ground, gilt enriched with vegetal motifs, pearl and gold borders; iron red marks underside
Height: 11.5cm

 100-200

282
A ROYAL WORCESTER FLAT BACK JUG
1884, pattern 1094
The ovoid jug decorated with flowers and sprigs in pink with gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground, the reeded loop handle with moulded floral mounts in shot red gilt colours, puce backstamp underside, date cipher and registration number
Height: 20cm

 60-120

283
A ROYAL WORCESTER FLAT BACK JUG
1888, pattern 1094
The ovoid jug decorated with large blue floral sprays, pink heather and other blooms with gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground, the reeded loop handle with moulded floral mounts in shot red gilt colours; puce backstamp underside, date cipher and registration number
Height: 18cm

 80-140

284
A FREDERICK PEOVER SWAN HANDLED VASE
Circa: 1820, pattern 656, provenance: T. Menzel Collection
The tapering vase with a trumpet neck, richly decorated with a profusion of flowers on a gilded ground, with gilt trims and applied pearls; painted number underside; same in, 'Painted Porcelain, Decorated British Ceramics 1750-1850, Geelong Art Gallery, page 22, catalogue no. 43
Height: 23cm

 50-100

285
A COALPORT PEDESTAL VASE AND THREE ROYAL WORCESTER SAUCERS
Circa: 1895/6 (Coalport); 1925/26 (Royal Worcester)
A moulded urn vase in maroon and cream colours with lavishly gilded cartouches and borders, with green backstamp, painted mark V5675/123; three saucers with Neoclassical gilded decoration to ink blue borders and centred with floral bouquets, signed E. Phillips; backstamps and numerals underside
Diameter: 15cm (saucers) Height: 16.5cm

 150-250

286
A EUCALYPTUS FLOWER PLATE BY MARTIN BOYD
Circa: 1955
Underglaze decoration of cream and russet eucalyptus flowers with black gumnuts and foliage on a teal ground; inscribed signature of Martin Boyd Australia underside
Diameter: 26.5cm

 120-180

287
A WARATAH FLOWER PLATE BY MARTIN BOYD
Circa: 1955
Underglaze decoration of two large waratah flowers surrounded by wattle blossom, kangaroo paw and foliage; inscribed signature of Martin Boyd Australia underside
Diameter: 26.5cm

 120-180

288
TWO ENGLISH COPPER LUSTRE WARE JUGS, BY RIDDLE & BRYAN, AND IN THE MANNER OF SUNDERLAND
Circa: 1820s-30s
A Riddle & Bryan jug with a notched scroll handle, moulded spout and a broad lemon border with clock face images bearing maker's name; the other with a broad cream border of meandering flowers in colours with purple lustre Leaves
Height: 13cm and smaller

 100-120

289
A PORCELAIN TRAY AND FIVE PETITE CUPS
Mid 20th century
A navette shaped tray with integral pierced handles and a wide burnished and matte gilt carved border, with similarly decorated straight-sided cups each with loop handles
Length: 39cm Width: 13.5cm (tray)

 150-200

290
A COALPORT URN VASE
Circa: 1810, probably London decorated
A green marbled urn with sea creature scroll handles, well decorated to a reserve with a profuse loose bunch of summer flowers arranged in a basket; unmarked, illustrated in Godden's 'Coalport...', page xxii plate N; professional repair to one handle
Height: 16.5cm

 100-200

291
A PARIS PORCELAIN STYLE DECORATED VASE AND BASE
19th century
The moulded baluster vase of exaggerated form with a cup shaped rim embellished with masks, winged espagnolette handles and raised on a shaped base with scroll and shell motifs, with a floral painted reserve to one face and a romantic scene to the other; unmarked
Height: 25.5cm

 150-250

292
A RIDGWAY TEN PIECE PART TEA SERVICE
1849-50, pattern 2/9045
With three 'Savoy' shaped pedestal cups, six saucers and a large matching sugar basin with a domed cover, decorated with floral posies, lemon yellow scrolls and leafy forms on a gilt enriched white and cobalt ground; red painted numbers underside
Height: 15.5cm (sugar bowl)

 100-200

293
A COALPORT 'CAUGHLEY MASK-HEAD' JUG, AND A ROYAL COPENHAGEN PAIR OF DOVES ORNAMENT
1980s
A cabbage leaf moulded jug with a mask head spout, maroon border and floral sprigs, after the 18th century original design, and; a Royal Copenhagen pair of courting doves on a pierced floral base, pattern 402 and decorator's mark DH
Height: 14.5cm (jug)

 50-70

294
A PAIR OF MEISSEN PLATES, A TIEFENFURT DISH, AND OTHER
Early 20th century, post 1924 mark to one Meissen plate with
A pair of lobed Meissen plates with bright coloured enamel sprigs, crossed sword marks underside and impressed numerals; a small Tiefenfurt lobed bowl with a posy and sprigs, blue crown and S mark underside; and a small gadroon edged plate with transfer and enamel floral decoration, impressed marks
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 80-120

295
A SPODE COPELAND'S TWENTY ONE PIECE TEA SERVICE
Circa: 1955, pattern Y3996 introduced 1935
Comprising six tea cups with saucers and associated side plates, a sugar basin, creamer and sandwich plate, of moulded Rococo form and all pieces decorated with floral reserves and gilt enrichments upon a Pompidou pink border; green mark of Spode Copeland's China England with painted pattern number underside
Length: 27cm Width: 24.5cm (sandwich plate)

 200-250

296
A SPODE COPELAND'S TWENTY PIECE TEA SERVICE
Circa: 1955, 'Regent' pattern Y3779 introduced 1934
Comprising six tea cups with saucers and side plates, sugar basin and creamer, all decorated with floral borders, formal gilding and restrained enamel colours above a mid green lower register, a spray of flowers to the interior; mark of Spode Copeland's China England, number and pattern name underside; one cup as found
Diameter: 17.5cm (side plate)

 150-200

297
A SPODE THIRTY PIECE PART TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
Circa: 1950, 'Spode Period 1820-30' pattern Y5137 introduced late 1930s
A white moulded service with floral decorations and gilt floral borders comprising: six tea cups and eight saucers, four coffee cups and saucers, six side plates, a milk jug and sugar basin, green backstamp, pattern title and number underside
Height: 11.5cm (jug)

 200-250

298
A GROUP OF SEVENTEEN ROYAL CROWN DERBY 'DERBY POSIES' TEA WARES
1940s-60s, various marks and cyphers
Comprising: six small cups and associated saucers and five small beakers, of typical lobed form with floral posies throughout on a white ground; green and red backstamps to all items
Height: 6.5cm (cup)

 80-120

299
A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN RUSTIC FIGURES, AND ONE OTHER
20th century, spurious Chelsea marks to pair; Ludwigsburg mark to other
A pair of shepherd and shepherdess figures in bright 18th century attire with bocages and small sheep, gold anchor marks verso, and; a similarly attired Ludwigsburg group, he playing a flute and she holding her floral skirt and a garland, upon an oval base; blue underglaze mark underside
Height: 22.5cm and smaller

 100-120

300
A RARE FIRST VERSION ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE, THE BATHER
1924, date of introduction, withdrawn 1949, HN687 designed by Leslie Harradine
Depicting a risqué nude with modish bobbed hair and green shoes modelling a charcoal blue cape with grape style pendants, with green backstamp, painted title, decorator's initials, F.W; see Eyles & Dennis 'Royal Doulton figures' 1978, page 147
Height 20.5 cm

 800-1000

301
THREE PORCELAIN WARES: A TEAPOT, SLOP BOWL AND SUGAR BASIN IN THE MANNER OF ANSTICE, HORTON & ROSE, JOHN ROSE COALPORT, OTHER
Circa: 1800, as found
A spiral moulded teapot with a domed lid and Anstice knop, in white with gilt bands; an oval sugar basin (lid absent) with moulded handles and a puce and gold floral border; and a spiral moulded slop bowl with angoulème sprigs
Diameter: 21.5cm and smaller

 200-350

302
THREE TEA WARES: A TEAPOT, SLOP BOWL & SUGAR BASIN IN THE MANNER OF ANSTICE, HORTON & ROSE, JOHN ROSE COALPORT, OTHER
Circa: 1800, as found
A spiral moulded teapot with a domed lid and Anstice knop, in white with gilt bands; an oval sugar basin (lid absent) with moulded handles and a puce and gold floral border; and a spiral moulded slop bowl with angoulème sprigs
Height: 8cmdi 15.52cm (slops bowl)

 80-120

303
A FRAMED PORTRAIT PLAQUE OF QUEEN VICTORIA
19th century, with impressed mark of probably Evans under shoulder
An English factory oval plaque in tinted porcelain replicating ivory with gilt enrichments, depicting a profile of the younger Queen, in an oak frame
Length: 31.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 100-200

304
A PERSIAN STYLE EWER IN THE MANNER OF ROYAL WORCESTER
Late 19th century, unmarked with pattern number II/677 and four dot mark
A tapering ewer with gilded band to the neck and a '7' shaped handle with a fleur-de-lis terminal, decorated with floral tendrils and red flowers
Height: 24.5cm

 80-120

305
TWO MASON'S IRONSTONE VASES
Circa: 1813-1825
A high shouldered vase with a broad neck and devilish figure mask handles, decorated with colourful oriental foliage within shaped cartouches upon a cobalt and gilt ground, impressed marks underside; and cobalt bottle vase with gilt flora, unmarked
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 200-300

306
A SMALL ROYAL WORCESTER FLAT BACK JUG
1895 pattern 1094
The ovoid jug decorated with loose floral sprays in various hues and gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground, the reeded loop handle with moulded floral mounts in shot red gilt colours; puce backstamp underside with registration and pattern numbers
Height: 13cm

 50-80

307
A ROYAL WORCESTER BLUSH IVORY CHINOISERIE VASE
1873
With a moulded oval body replicating an ivory tusk, with 'bronzed', gilt and coloured decoration of two storks amongst bamboo, prunus blossoms and flowers, raised on a faux 'bronzed' and gilt oval base decorated with scrolling foliage; puce backstamp with date '73'; some restoration
Height: 18.5cm

 100-200

308
A SIGNED ASHTON BONE CHINA JARDINIÈRE
Mid 20th century, signed D Wallace
An oval jardinière raised on integral burnished gold feet and decorated throughout with transferware autumn harvest fruits and scale like overpainting; with green backstamp underside
Height: 14cm Length: 33.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 80-120

309
TWO WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE WARES: A BOWL & A LOVING CUP
Circa: 1920s, pattern Z4831 (cup)
A mottled lustre ware octagonal bowl, blue to the exterior and orange to the interior, with coloured flying birds, and; and a rich mottled green loving cup with a pale mint interior, with three Chinese qilin to the body, and a snake squeezing a creature to the interior; stamps underside
Height: 5cm and 4.5cm

 100-200

310
'WEDGWOOD FAIRYLAND LUSTRE', BY UNA DES FONTAINES
First published 1975
Born-Hawes Publishing Ltd, New York, and; Sotheby Parke Bernet Publications Ltd, London

 100-300

311
A MINTON NEOCLASSICAL CREAMER
Circa: 1810, pattern 780, provenance: T. Menzel Collection
The bombé creamer with a bracket handle, decorated with two cloud reserves both with gilded shell motifs and luxuriant arrangements of summer flowers, the cobalt body gilt embellished with trailing vegetation, shells and seaweed; painted crossed sword mark, pattern number underside
Height: 11cm Width: 15cm

 80-120

312
A VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER MOULDED JUG
1884, design 1185
An ovoid sectioned jug with a reeded handle in shot gold colours with leafy mounts, having bold applied pointed leaf motifs to the body and enamel floral decoration in colours with gilt enrichments upon an ivory ground; puce backstamp underside with registration mark
Height: 20cm

 200-300

313
TWO SMALL BOTTLE VASES, PROBABLY RIDGWAY AND DRESDEN
Circa: 1830 - 20th century
The Ridgway vase with a gilt and pale grey striped neck and collar above a finely decorated mixed floral border, unmarked, and; a white vase encrusted and painted with colourful blooms, blue backstamp of Dresden underside
Height: 13.5cm and smaller

 150-250

314
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SUGAR BOWL AND COVER
Circa: 1760s, unmarked or partial mark only
The deep bowl with a shaped domed cover with a projecting lip and an applied floral finial and leaves, decorated with the traditional Fisherman and Cormorant pattern, the lip with a tight patterned border
Height: 12.5cm

 50-60

315
A FINE ART NOUVEAU ROYAL DOULTON STONEWARE JARDINIÈRE
Early 20th century, pattern 2454, impressed and incised decorator's marks
A tri-colour planter in grey green, tan and cobalt glazes, the upper register with applied flowers above a tubelined interlacing floral border, impressed backstamp and decorator's initials 'nn', unidentified cursive initials, 'Jh'
Height: 19cm Diameter: 25cm

 80-100

316
A PAIR OF ROYAL DUX BISCUIT PORCELAIN ELEPHANTS
Circa: 1900-1915, Bohemia, pattern 1087 to one, other unmarked
Naturalistically modelled, a mature elephant and a calf in muted olive to tan colours subtly highlighted with gilt, impressed mark to belly of larger figure
Height: 12.5cm Width: 17.5cm and smaller

 100-200

317
A FINE ROYAL DOULTON 'SUNG' FLAMBÉ VASE
Circa: 1925, design 2146, with marks for Noke, signature of F. Allen to body
An elegant tapering vase of compressed pear shape in rich blood purple and amber red colours with mottled blue green amoebic forms scattered with red dots; Royal Doulton Flambé stamp, signature of Noke, mark of Sung underside
Height: 24cm

 600-800

318
A BERNARD MOORE POTTERY BOWL
Early 20th century
The octagonal faceted bowl in red with cream panels suffused with smoky grey, decorated with red formal flowers and sprigs, the interior with a similar border; painted mark underside
Height: 8.5cm Length: 20cm Width: 20cm

 800-1200

319
A BERNARD MOORE FLAMBÉ POTTERY VASE
Early 20th century
A waisted baluster vase in rich mottled blood red, purple and orange glazes, with a suffused purple teal puddle, monogram underside
Height: 14cm

 300-500

320
A PAIR OF PARIS OR VIEUX PORCELAIN ROCOCO REVIVAL VASES
19th century
Of flamboyant moulded form with baluster bodies encrusted with polychrome flowers and flying leafy handles, the rims of bold leafy form and raised on Rococo shaped bases, in white with gilt enrichments, incised cursive mark to both, and one with blue painted marks
Height: 24cm

 150-250

321
A BERNARD MOORE FLAMBÉ POTTERY VASE
Early 20th century
A waisted baluster vase in rich red and black mottled colours with a gilt outlined peacock and kakiemon prunus branches; painted marks underside
Height: 14.5cm

 300-500

322
A GREEN SPODE STONEWARE PEDESTAL VASE
Circa: 1817-20, pattern 2706
An octagonal baluster vase with a long neck and flaring rim decorated with meandering oriental flowers in pink, puce, iron red and cobalt colours enriched with gilt upon a pleasing apple green ground; pattern number underside and impressed star mark; as found
Height: 25.5cm

 200-400

323
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN AND BRONZE FIGURAL LAMP BASE
Early 20th century, with crossed blue feather/arrow mark
A figure in 18th century pastoral attire carrying flowers in her apron and holding a nosegay, raised on a flower encrusted moulded base, later mounted with a brass fitting to hold a shade; repair to figure
Height: 40cm

 100-200

324
AN ORMOLU MOUNTED SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN LAMP BASE
19th century, with European electrical fittings
A finely painted vase with a pair of musical cupids within a richly gilded reserve to one face, and an exquisitely rendered floral bouquet to the other, set within a cast and pierced rocaille mount with leafy handles, a waisted neck and an elaborate base, with a shaped frame surmount to hold a central shade
Height: 80cm

 1000-2000

325
A STRIKING FRENCH CERAMIC BIRD LAMP BASE
Circa: 1970s
Fashioned as a stylised bird of prey with rough etched silver and gold colours and contrasting swathes of cobalt with gilt caillouté decoration, on a square white metal base and having European electrical fittings
Height: 44cm

 250-350

326
A DESSERT DISH, A SIGNED AYNSLEY CABINET PLATE, A SPODE CABINET PLATE
20th century
A lozenge shaped Rococo moulded dish with floral sprays and gilt enrichments; a pink gilded Aynsley plate with a painted Scottish scene signed R.Y. Keeling, and; a Spode emerald bordered cabinet plate with a central bouquet and reserved flora with gilt enrichments; Aynsley and Spode backstamps only
Diameter: 25.5cm and smaller

 100-150

327
TWO DAVENPORT URN VASES
Circa: 1810
Classical urns with pairs of caryatid handles, polychrome decorated with bouquets of flowers and arrangements of fruits, gilt trophies to the necks and gilt borders and trims; mark of Davenport underside to both; professional repair to one handle
Height: 20cm and smaller

 100-150

328
A LARGE MOORCROFT ANEMONE BALUSTER VASE
Circa: 1940s
With a deep border of tubelined flowers in watercolour style glazes in maroon, white and blue purple hues with green foliage upon a deep Prussian green and ink blue ground; with impressed marks and facsimile signature
Height: 26cm

 1500-2000

329
A MOORCROFT WAISTED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
An elegant small vase with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in washed maroon, white and purple blue glazes, the green foliage merging to a suffused Prussian green background upon a mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 11cm

 250-350

330
A MOORCROFT PEAR SHAPED ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers with maroon, white, and purple blue glazes and green foliage upon a suffused and rich Prussian green and ink blue ground; with facsimile signature, and impressed Moorcroft and Made in England marks
Height: 15.5cm

 500-700

331
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE POT VASE
Circa: 1950s
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue watercolour style glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; impressed marks of Moorcroft and Made in England
Height: 10.5cm

 300-400

332
A MOORCROFT HIGH SHOULDERED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 13.5cm

 400-500

333
A SMALL MOORCROFT ANEMONE VASE
Circa: 1950s
A bottle vase with a pair of tubelined flowers in maroon, blue and white colours and surrounded by mid green foliage on an inky blue ground; with impressed marks of Moorcroft and Made in England
Height: 9.5cm

 150-250

334
A MOORCROFT ANEMONE BOWL
1930s-late 1940s
The bowl with a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in rich saturated purple blue and maroon and white colours with light green foliage upon a Prussian green and inky blue ground; with impressed Moorcroft mark and printed paper Royal Warrant label
Height: 8.5cm

 400-500

335
A FIELDING'S CROWN DEVON MUSICAL TOBY JUG
Circa: 1930s
Playing the traditional tune, 'Tavern in the Town' and depicting a seated flush cheeked toper holding a mug and jug of lager and wearing a green coat and maroon breeches, with a tricorn hat pouring spout, backstamp underside
Height: 22.5cm

 100-200

336
19TH CENTURY ORIENTALIST SCHOOL
The proposal
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, possibly H. L...
Height: 130cm Width: 101cm

 2000-4000

337
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH/EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Castle by estuary
Oil on canvas, apparently unsigned, with mark of Thos. Stubbs (probable owner of work) to stretcher verso, housed in a fine 1880 Thallon gilded frame (from 103A Collins Street East, Melbourne period)
Height: 69cm Width: 90cm

 2000-3000

338
LONG, EDWIN LONGSDEN R.A (1829-1891), AFTER
'The Egyptian Feast'
A fine Victorian copy in oil on canvas, after the large master work held in the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Bradford, England; housed in an E.S Wigg & Son (of Adelaide) gilded frame
Height: 32.5cm Width: 67cm

 2000-3000

339
SAWKINS, JESSIE B. (ACTIVE 1970s)
Plums
Oil on canvas, signed and dated J. Sawkins '72 lower right
Height: 50cm Width: 100cm

 100-120

340
EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Rural landscapes (pair)
Sketchbook scenes, one in graphite with faint coloured wash, the other with graphite and bolder watercolours, unmarked
Height: 20cm Width: 18cm (includes frame)

 100-120

341
DOWNTON, JOHN C. (B. 1930)
'Brogers Creek'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Downton '75 lower left; title verso
Height: 11.5cm Width: 17cm

 50-100

342
SAWKINS, JESSIE B. (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Strawberries'
Oil on canvas board, signed J.Sawkins lower left, title verso
Height: 15cm Width: 22cm

 100-200

343
MINNS, BENJAMIN EDWIN (1864-1937)
Aboriginal study
Etching, any additional markings unknown due to framing
Height: 7.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-200

344
COBB, VICTOR ERNEST (1876-1945)
''Nerangi Mundowie' (Pretty Foot) Aust. Native 'The sadness of a dying race''
Etching, signed and dated Victor Cobb 1937 lower right to plate, signed Victor Cobb and editioned 40/85 in pencil below image
Height: 15cm Width: 12cm

 100-200

345
HAMBLIN, ARTHUR (B.1933)
'The Mare' and 'Another Brew'
Two paintings, oils on board, signed and titled lower left; 'The Mare' also dated '73
Height: 22cm Width: 30cm and smaller

 100-150

346
NOWEY, M? (19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL)
Fox watching ducks, and, dog scaring chickens (pair)
Oils on timber panels, both signed M. Nowey? lower right
Height: 19cm Width: 24cm

 300-500

347
HARPIGNIES, HENRI (1819-1913)
Tors with forest
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated H. Harpignies 1838 with possible place name lower left, housed in a timber frame with a name plaque; a member of the French Barbizon school Harpignies is represented in international collections including: the Metropolitan Museum New York, The National Gallery and Tate Galleries London, Musee d'Orsay Paris, NGA
Height: 12cm Width: 20cm

 200-400

348
MOORE-JONES, HORACE MILLICHAMP (1868-1922)
'Swagman at Twilight'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated H.Moore-Jones '03 lower left; provenance: Peter Lane Gallery 1996; represented Australian War Memorial, Auckland Art Gallery, Moore-Jones painted the noted Gallipoli study, 'Private Simpson, D.C.M., & his donkey at Anzac, 1915' (1918)
Height: 31.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 800-1200

349
JOHN, AUGUSTUS, O.M., R.A. (1878-1961, BRITISH SCHOOL)
'Boney'
Pencil sketch, signed John lower right and titled below image; with Certificate of Authenticity from De Lisle Art Gallery, Paddington Sydney signed by L. Medina, Director, April 13 1973
Height: 32cm Width: 14cm

 500-800

350
PROUT, SAMUEL (1783-1852, BRITISH SCHOOL) (ATTRIBUTED)
Rustic figures by a tower bridge
Watercolour on paper, signed Prout lower left
Height: 16cm Width: 24cm

 500-800

351
COBB, VICTOR ERNEST (1876-1945)
'An evening note Coburg'
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Victor Cobb 1935 in pencil lower left; with title and artist's name and address to label verso
Height: 27.5cm Width: 18cm

 200-300

352
WHEELER, CHARLES (1881-1977)
'An entrance gate, Toledo'
Pencil sketch on paper, with artist's rubber stamp lower right, and title
Height: 26cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-400

353
MILTON, CAROLE (B. 1937)
'Flags by the sea, Coogee NSW'
Oil on board signed C. Milton lower left, with title to label, artist's card, and 2003 dedication by the artist verso
Height: 30cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

354
HAYS, BETTE (B.1922)
'The Mango Eaters'
Oil on composition board, signed Bette Hays lower right; labels with title verso
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 100-150

355
19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
'Sunset, near Ventnor Isle of Wight'
Watercolour with white heightening on brown paper, signed, possibly later or over original in pencil, Peel 1877; handwritten title to paper verso
Height: 30.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 80-150

356
McCLINTOCK, ALEXANDER C. (1869-1922)
Misty landscape
Watercolour on paper, signed A McClintock in pencil lower right; and to the reverse, another watercolour scene of a cow drinking by a riverbank, apparently unsigned
Height: 31cm Width: 42cm

 150-250

357
FLETCHER, RUSSELL (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Bushland creek
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated R. Russell Fletcher '84 lower right
Height: 40cm Width: 33cm

 200-300

358
RYMILL, MARGARET (B. CIRCA: 1913)
Rose study
Oil on board, signed and dated Margaret Rymill '67 lower right
Height: 27.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 100-200

359
A VICTORIAN STEEL ENGRAVED HAND COLOURED PRINT
'An Arab cafe at Constantine', after a picture by Hedouin and published in 'The Art Journal' 1874
Height: 15.5cm Width:

 30-40

360
DIXON, CHARLES EDWARD R.I., (1872-1934)
'Flood Tide'
Watercolour on paper, titled, signed and dated Charles Dixon '02 lower left; Dixon was a renowned British painter of maritime, coast and river scenes, with particular interest in documenting Thames ports
Height: 36cm Width: 31.5cm

 800-1200

361
EMMETT, JOHN (B.1927)
'Jamieson Valley from Malaita Point, Katoomba'
Oil on canvas board, signed John Emmett lower right, title to label verso
Height: 36.5cm Width: 44cm

 100-150

362
MUTSAERS, FRANK (1920-2005)
'After the rain at Healesville'
Oil on canvas board, signed Frank Mutsaers lower right, title verso, together with a signed copy of Frank Mutsaer's book, 'A Collection of Paintings'
Height: 29cm Width: 34cm

 200-400

363
DZUYR, S.T (1970s POLISH SCHOOL?)
Man on a bicycle
Fantasy illustration in black pen, signed lower right, dated '74, also signed in black pen verso
Height: 33.5cm Width: 24cm

 50-100

364
HOKUSAI, KATSUSHIKA (1760-1849), AFTER
'South Wind, Clear Sky', also known as 'Red Fuji'
From the series, Thirty Six Views of Mt Fuji
A later polychrome woodblock print, with artist's seal upper left and publisher's seals to right hand margin
Height: 26cm Width: 39.5cm

 50-100

365
YOUNG, ROBERT F. (B.1926)
'Pushing for time'
Watercolour on paper, signed R. Young lower right, title verso
Height: 16.5cm Width: 44.5cm

 500-800

366
PROUT, SAMUEL (1783-1852, BRITISH SCHOOL)
'A drawing' (village scene with tower)
In brown ink and wash, signed S. Prout lower right, with title and artist's name in probably artist's hand verso; housed in a fine antique frame; Samuel Prout was appointed as 'Painter in Water-Colours in Ordinary' to King George IV in 1829 and later to Queen Victoria
Height: 34.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 1000-2000

367
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL, FOLLOWER OF SAMUEL PROUT (1753-1852)
Eleven figure sketches, Venice
In pencil heightened in white gouache on buff paper, minutely signed Prout lower right, in the manner of sketches from 'Prout's Microcosm: The Artist's Sketchbook...' published in 1841 and 1881
Height: 25.5cm Width: 35cm

 200-400

368
LINDSAY, PERCEVAL CHARLES (PERCY) (1870-1952)
'Boats moored near the shore'
Pencil sketch on paper, unsigned, with Certificate of Authenticity signed by Warren Plumber, Art Valuer: provenance: Peter H. Lindsay, artist's son
Height: 12cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-300

369
BRITISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
'Martello Towers'
Pencil and white heightening on paper, title in pencil lower left, unsigned; Martello Towers were a series of 103 fortifications built along the British coastline during the time of the Napoleonic wars
Height: 17.5cm Width: 26cm

 300-500

370
LOXTON, JOHN SAMUEL (1903-1969)
'Gum saplings and spring snow'
Watercolour on paper, signed John S. Loxton lower left; title verso
Height: 36cm Width: 48cm

 300-500

371
MID 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Abstract
Acrylic on board, signed and dated indistinctly Mario Lil? '65 lower right
Height: 49cm Width: 69cm

 250-350

372
KOIDL, GERD (B.1942)
'A Balancing Act'
Clay relief, wax, oil on board, unsigned; provenance: offered as Lot 61, Elder Fine Art 2/5/2010
Height: 50.5cm Width: 75.5cm

 50-100

373
WIGLEY, JAMES VANDELEUR (1917-1999)
'St Kilda Boarding House'
Watercolour, pastel, graphite pencil and ink pen on paper, signed and titled James V Wigley lower right
Height: 52cm Width: 74.5cm

 50-100

374
LOXTON, JOHN SAMUEL (1903-1969)
'Sunlight and shade, Kew'
Oil on canvas board signed John S. Loxton lower right; title and dated 1967 to Loxton artist's label verso
Height: 50cm Width: 60cm

 300-500

375
JANSONS, ANDRIS (B. 1939)
'Morning Impressions, Merimbula'
Oil on canvas board, signed Andris Jansons lower right; title and artist's name verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 64.5cm

 300-500

376
SUTZKEVER, RINA (B.1945) (RUSSIAN/ISRAELI SCHOOL)
'Hat Poppy'
Oil and tempera on board, signed Rina Sutzkever lower left; title verso and gallery label for GFA (Global Fine Arts) 12th Avenue, Dania Florida USA
Height: 50cm Width: 70cm

 300-500

377
BAKER, ALAN DOUGLAS (1914-1987)
'Magnolias'
Oil on composition board, signed Alan D. Baker lower right; with circa 1970s-80s Manyung Gallery of Mt Eliza Gallery catalogue label verso; 'Magnolias' was offered as item number 9, for $2000
Height: 44.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 200-400

378
SAWKINS, JESSIE B. (ACTIVE 1970s)
Plums
Oil on canvas board, signed J. Sawkins lower right
Height: 34.5cm Width: 49.5cm

 100-200

379
DOWNTON, JOHN C. (B.1930)
'Peaceful grazing, Gwydir NSW'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Downton '76 lower left, title verso
Height: 39cm Width: 49cm

 150-250

380
EARLY 20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Still life: grapes and persimmons
Oil on canvas, incised initials and date, apparently E.T '27 lower left
Height: 40cm Width: 75cm

 300-400

381
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
Moorish interior
Etching, signed and marked LEA MIMXXVII to left pillar, and signed indistinctly in pencil below image lower right
Height: 29cm Width: 19.5cm

 100-200

382
EARLY 20th CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Orientalist scene of women bathing
Lithograph, signed in pencil below image lower right, apparently Cumming
Height: 32cm Width: 39.5cm

 100-200

383
SAWKINS, JESSIE B. (ACTIVE 1970s)
Still life: white blossom
Oil on canvas, signed J. Sawkins lower left
Height: 49.5cm Width: 64.5cm

 100-120

384
SAWKINS, JESSIE B. (ACTIVE 1970s)
'Chrysanthemums in Brass'
Oil on canvas, signed J. Sawkins lower right, title verso
Height: 90cm Width: 64.5cm

 100-200

385
DOWNTON, JOHN C. (B.1930)
'Lake George'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Downton '76 lower left
Height: 60cm Width: 90cm

 300-500

386
LANTS, GERARD GEORGE (1927-1998)
Edwardian lady and son
Watercolour and gouache on paper signed Lants lower left
Height: 53cm Width: 36cm

 300-500

387
MARGOSCY, PAUL (B.1945)
'Australian Southern Boobool Owl (Ninox Novaejeelandiae)'
Watercolour and gouache on paper signed and dated Paul Margoscy 1999 and titled lower right; with dedication to the commissioning recipient verso and biographical information
Height: 54cm Width: 43cm

 500-800

388
MILLER, PETER FLETCHER (B. 1921)
Girl in a room
Oil on canvas, minutely signed Peter Miller lower right; represented National Gallery of Victoria, Art Gallery of NSW
Height: 74cm Width: 61.5cm

 200-400

389
NORMAN, DESMOND (1930-2015)
Chimney and walking trail, Abbotsford
Oil on canvas, signed Des Norman lower right
Height: 100.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 300-500

390
CARTER GREEN, RONALD (RON) (B.1924)
Cattle in landscape
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated R. Carter Green 1985 lower right
44cm Width: 66cm

 100-200

391
WYKEHAM, PERRY (B. 1936)
'About to try their luck'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Wykeham Perry '82 lower right; title verso
Height: 75cm Width: 100cm

 300-500

392
MOORE, GRAHAM
'Little Russian dolls'
Oil on canvas, signed Graham Moore lower right, with artist's name and title to label verso, artist's name also to frame
Height: 70cm Width: 90cm

 100-200

393
KOIDL, GERD (B.1942)
'The Bearing of the Cross'
Clay relief, wax, oil on board, with monogram and dated '84 to base of cross; provenance: offered as Lot 60, Elder Fine Art 2/5/2010
Height: 100cm Width: 87cm

 50-100

394
LORIA, VINCENZO (ITALIAN SCHOOL 1849-1939)
'Napoli'
Watercolour on paper, signed V. Loria and titled lower right
Height: 39.5cm Width: 75cm

 200-300

395
AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED PRINT OF AN 18TH CENTURY LADY
19th century
A half portrait of a lady in a lace bonnet, in soft sepia tones with chalky pastel enhancements, housed in a Louis XVI cushion profile reeded frame with an elaborate ribbon crest
Height: 98cm Width: 72cm (includes frame)

 500-800

396
AN ANTIQUE HAND COLOURED PRINT OF AN 18TH CENTURY LADY
19th century
A half portrait of a lady in a mid-blue bonnet and dress, housed in a Louis XVI cushion profile reeded frame with an elaborate ribbon crest
Height: 98cm Width: 72cm (includes frame)

 500-800

397
A SMALL PURE SILK KASHMIRI CARPET
A medallion within a lozenge and spandrels, in black, salmon and pale blue colours, with red and white accents
Length: 103cm Width: 62cm

 500-700

398
A SMALL PERSIAN RUG
In an allover geometric pattern with a series of hooked guls, in a plum, tan, red and blue palette on a white field, enclosed by geometric borders
Length: 194cm Width: 122cm

 150-300

399
A PERSIAN SILK GARDEN DESIGN RUNNER
In a soft palette of pale sage, blue, salmon and cream with an allover tile design of mihrab shaped frames enclosing vases of flowers and incense burners, surrounded by a main floral border and complementary bands
Length: 198cm Width: 80cm

 1500-2000

400
A PERSIAN ISPHAHAN WOOL RUG WITH SILK INLAY
In red, mushroom, white, pale blue and ink colours with a central rosette and a profusion of arabesques and flora on an inky field surrounded by a red floral main border and two floral bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 180cm Width: 111cm

 600-1000

401
A BIRJAND KERMAN DESIGN PERSIAN CARPET
With a central floral lozenge in blue, pink and green colours with two diagonally opposite floral roundels, and an asymmetric and broken light tan vegetal border dotted with red and blue flowers on an oatmeal field
Length: 285cm Width: 199cm

 1500-1800

402
AN INDIAN WOOL AND SILK CARPET
In a sage green, grey, red, white, tan and brown palette with a series of graduated lozenge motifs profusely embellished with herati, the main floral border enclosed by pairs of narrow bands
Length: 190cm Width: 127cm

 700-1200

403
A PERSIAN SAROUGH GARDEN PANEL CARPET
Comprising forty tiles with floral filled mihrab designs, flower stems and tree of life motifs in a red, blue, and yellow ochre palette, with a red floral border
Length: 304cm Width: 203cm

 900-1200

404
A PERSIAN BAKHTIARI KESHTI WOOL RUG
In red, pink, amber and bottle green colours, the garden design rug with an allover design of cartouche shaped tiles embellished with pink roses, trees and other stylised flora, enclosed by a broad red floral border between white floral bands; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 300cm Width: 213cm

 800-1400

405
A PERSIAN NAIEN WOOL RUG WITH SILK INLAY
In a soft cream, mushroom, pale terracotta, sky and deep blue palette, with a central rosette within a large scalloped medallion enclosing a profusion of flora and arabesques, with shaped spandrels and a wide cream main border with flora and tendrils; valuation from Behruz Studio
Length: 304cm Width: 195cm

 1500-2500

406
AN AFGHAN SULTANABAD CARPET
A natural dye carpet in a beige and chocolate palette, with an allover loose floral design and tendrils, enclosed by a formal floral border
Length: 267cm Width: 187cm

 800-1200

407
A ZIEGLER WOOL CARPET
In a soft red, sage, duck egg blue and yellow ochre palette, sprigged with palmettes and trailing foliage on a rouge field, with an oatmeal coloured lotus border enclosed by narrow repeat lotus bands
Length: 380cm Width: 273cm

 800-1200

408
A CAUCASIAN KAZAK STYLE RUG
With three bold sunburst medallions in blue and white colours upon a red field and surrounded by a main border with repeat geometric motifs and twin chevron bands
Length: 225cm Width: 142cm

 200-400

409
A LARGE PERSIAN MEDALLION CARPET
The carpet in red, ink and sky blue, white and other colours, with a deep blue medallion upon a red field scattered with shah abassi and other flora, with spandrels, the main border with repeat vegetal motifs and enclosed by narrow bands
Length: 395cm Width: 285cm

 200-300

410
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE GILDED WALL MIRROR
Early 20th century
With an oval moulded frame with bead and ribbon twist elements surmounted by a gesso bow crest
Length: 50cm Width: 35.5cm

 120-140

411
AN ANTIQUE LOUIS XVI STYLE WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1900
A rectangular frame with a low arching top decorated with an urn and pendant foliage, further vegetal embellishments to the sides and base in muted bronze and rubbed silver gilt colours
Length: 110cm Width: 58cm

 150-250

412
AN ART DECO BRONZE AND TIMBER CHANDELIER
With a decorative waisted and stepped stem to a timber base issuing five arms cast with floral decoration and supporting press moulded down turned conical shades
Length: 82cm Diameter: 62cm

 800-1100

413
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1925
A five branch chandelier with a large trumpet to the stem embellished with frosted birds, five shaped arms with moulded dishes with feather motifs and a ribbed copper dish with a cracked ice and dripping icicle glass insert

 1200-1400

414
AN ART DECO CHROME AND TIMBER PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1920s
With a stepped cup and tubular stem supporting a square section oval tube with a faceted timber motif, and enclosing a shaped frosted dish; with European wiring
Length: 42cm

 80-100

415
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1925
With a triple trumpet stem and five leaf shaped arms supporting frosted dishes, the trumpets and dishes all embellished with dripping icicle motifs
Length: 80cm Diameter: 82cm

 1000-1200

416
AN ART DECO MOULDED GLASS PENDANT LIGHT
Circa: 1920s-30s
A frosted globe shade with moulded floral motifs, with a stepped circular ceiling cup and fitting united by a short chain
Length: 43cm

 60-80

417
AN ART DECO COPPER CLAD AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet form stem adorned with cascading icicles, the copper bowl issuing six curved arms with frosted upturned shades with dripping ice borders and decorations
Length: 54cm Diameter: 78cm

 240-550

418
A TWELVE BRANCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
With branches over two tiers and lavishly embellished with pear shaped drops, prisms, and beaded swags, and a spherical drop
Length: 85cm Diameter: 72cm

 1000-1200

419
A FINE ART DECO ALABASTER AND BRONZE CHANDELIER
1920s
In cream alabaster with a deep bowl supported by link chains with a bronze rope rim, navette band decoration and a bronze tassel drop, supporting four matching hanging bell lanterns

 400-800

420
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1925
With a florid decorative ceiling fixture issuing four stems to a large square frosted bowl decorated with meandering floral metal work, each corner issuing a curled arm supporting a flower bud shaped frosted shade
Length: 80cm Width: 95cm by 95cm

 1000-1400

421
A MODERNE CHROMED BRONZE EIGHT LIGHT CHANDELIER
Circa: 1950
The chandelier with a tubular stem issuing straight spoke arms and supporting tubular torches with knops to the terminals and small glass dishes holding electric globe candles
Height: 75cm Diameter: 70cm

 1200-1500

422
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS 'ICICLE' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a trumpet stem and six shaped arms supporting dishes all embellished with dripping icicle motifs
Length: 50cm Diameter: 75cm

 500-800

423
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON COAT STAND
Circa: 1930s
A tall columnar stand with an upper hoop with nine large hooks with knops and nine small hooks, with long straps to lower hoops for sticks and umbrellas; raised on a faceted base
Height: 185cm

 350-550

424
AN ANTIQUE MAHOGANY TRESTLE BASED DRESSING TABLE MIRROR
Circa: 1830s
A rectangular plate set within a canted and cross banded frame with cockbeading and supported by turned supports above a turned stretcher and shaped base; with partial vintage label for the Connoisseurs' Store, formerly of Toorak Road, South Yarra
Height: 51cm Width: 41cm Depth: 24cm

 80-150

425
AN EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY CONSOLE TABLE
19th century
With a rectangular top above three shallow drawers, the front cabriole consoles with paw feet upon extended drum bases, the rear pilasters upon a plinth base
Height: 82cm Width: 50cm Depth: 32cm

 350-550

426
A CYLINDER TOP MAHOGANY DESK
Early 20th century
The desk with a simple inlaid boxwood fan decoration to the lid above three central drawers and side cupboards, all with blonde stringing and brass drop pull handles, raised on square section tapering legs with spade feet
Height: 117cm Width: 99cm Depth: 57cm

 200-300

427
A PAIR OF GILTWOOD MARBLE TOPPED ROCOCO STYLE CONSOLE TABLES
19th century
Both with a shaped green marble top above a deep skirt with an applied carved vegetal motif, with cabriole channel grooved legs with relief carved knees and whorl feet
Height: 73cm Width: 47cm Depth: 30cm

 200-300

428
A LOUIS XV STYLE EBONISED DESK
Early 20th century
The desk with a renewed red leather tooled top above a curvaceous apron with two drawers with cast mascaron escutcheons, raised on hipped tapering curvaceous legs with extravagant foliate mounts and sabots, elegant brass stringing and borders throughout
Height: 73cm Width: 103cm Depth: 71cm

 1500-2500

429
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930
Each with a veined white marble bow top above a conforming drawer and cupboard to one, and an open compartment to the other, with quarter veneer panels, cross banding and ebony stringing, and raised on conical tapering legs, embellished with gilt bronze pierced mounts and capped feet
Height: 85cm Width: 44cm Depth: 40cm

 400-600

430
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CORNER CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a triangular and receding upper register with two graduated shelves above a cupboard with a pair of glazed doors and an open compartment, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 138cm Width: 65cm Depth: 42cm

 350-450

431
A FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND MARBLE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The circular table with a fine mottled mushroom and grey marble top with red inflections set within a rope twist and scrolling frame, raised on four bold cabriole bifurcated legs with scrolling terminals and scroll stretchers
Height: 54cm Diameter: 75cm

 250-350

432
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK CORNER CABINET
Early 19th century
The triangular cabinet with a single drawer and a cupboard with a fielded panel, a small relief carved shell motif to the shaped apron and raised on fluted stile feet, with long brass hinges and a shaped escutcheon, the drawer with a simple drop
Height: 121cm Width: 83cm Depth: 42cm

 340-550

433
A SMALL MAHOGANY KIDNEY SHAPED DESK
Circa: 1900
With the original oxblood leather tooled top above a central drawer and pairs of small drawers with boxwood and ebony ribbon trims, with boxwood edging and stringing to the top and tapering square section legs, with porcelain casters and cast pull handles
Height: 71cm Width: 91cm Depth: 47cm

 350-550

434
A PAIR OF NEOCLASSICAL KINGWOOD CORNER CABINETS
19th century
With chocolate and cream marble bow tops above well figured book end veneer doors with stringing and narrow borders, having restrained ormolu pendants, pierced ornaments to the apron drops and sabots to the waisted stile feet
Height: 83cm Width: 46cm Depth: 36cm

 800-1200

435
A PAIR OF TULIPWOOD CHIFFONIÈRES
Early 20th century
With three quarter shaped timber galleries, one with three shallow drawers, the other with a single drawer and open compartment, both with book end veneer strung panels, the sides conforming, with rounded edges and gently curved tapering legs with bronze sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 37cm Depth: 32cm

 340-550

436
A PETITE LOUIS XV STYLE PALISANDER AND PARQUETRY GUERIDON
Early 20th century
The table with a shaped top with parquetry trellis inlay to a strung panel, the apron with a small drawer and an undertier of conforming design, raised on tapering curvaceous legs
Height: 75cm Width: 32cm Depth: 27cm

 350-550

437
A FINE CHIPPENDALE REVIVAL MAHOGANY DISPLAY CABINET ON STAND
Late 19th century, with ivorine maker's label for Story & Triggs, London
With Chinese, Classical and Gothic influences, having a swan neck broken pediment with fretwork above dentil and strapwork borders, the twin cupboards with pointed arch astragal glazing, a shaped apron with a Greek fret border and raised on tall square section legs with quatrefoil motifs
Height: 213cm Width: 135cm Depth: 47cm

 1200-1500

438
A FRENCH MAHOGANY MARBLE TOPPED BOOKCASE
Late 19th century
With a white marble top with canted corners above full length glazed doors, flanked by fluted edges and raised on toupie feet
Height: 148cm Width: 82cm Depth: 40cm

 550-650

439
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a fine grey and brown marble top above a drawer and a pair of glazed cupboards flanked by small drawers and wire front cabinets, with quarter veneer panels with stringing and contrasting borders, and raised on small cabriolet legs, embellished with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 144cm Width: 117cm Depth: 38cm

 1000-1500

440
A FRENCH MAHOGANY & ORMOLU BED WITH NEOCLASSICAL ELEMENTS
Late 19th century
The bedhead of gently arching form with quarter veneer panelling and applied moulding, an applied ormolu motif to the crest, small spandrels and pendants, the bed end of conforming form with a large festoon to a cartouche, and raised on fluted legs, with side rails (one as found) and mattress support
Height: 120cm Width: 148cm (bedhead)

 400-700

441
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND WITH ROSE DECORATION
Circa: 1930s
In a hammered and crimped finish with long strap supports and splats, with a hat rack above a pressed metalwork rose decoration, a central mirror and a pair of stick and umbrella stands with serpentine splats, and a long tray
Height: 184cm Width: 80cm Depth: 17cm

 550-650

442
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN'S CHAIR
19th century
The waisted show frame chair with scrolled terminals, rollover arms and scrolling supports to medallion carved knees, a serpentine stuffover seat and cabriole legs with porcelain casters, upholstered in pale blue damask
Height: 105cm Width: 65cm Depth: 87cm

 100-200

443
A CARVED MAHOGANY WINE TABLE INLAID IN THE MOORISH TASTE
19th century
The table inlaid in star, chequered and diamond point patterns in a variety of specimen timbers, with a raised relief caved edge, raised on a turned stem to a lavishly scrolled base with leafy details
Height: 84cm Diameter: 57cm

 200-300

444
A PAIR OF OAK LOUIS XV STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
Both with projecting tops with rounded corners and shallow drawers, one with an open compartment, the other with a cupboard and a fielded panel, shaped and barbed aprons to both and raised on cabriole legs with pointed terminals
Height: 70cm Width: 40cm Depth: 32cm

 150-250

445
A REGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD BUFFET
Circa: 1950s
With a bowed mid section and a parquetry top above three drawers and cupboards with arched, fielded panels and relief carved motifs, the apron with a shell drop and raised on short leafy cabriole legs with whorl ends, with pierced brass escutcheons and long hinges
Height: 101cm Width: 225cm Depth: 60cm

 400-800

446
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION DINING TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS
19th century, with three leaves
The table with bullnose edging raised on turned and reeded baluster legs with brass caps and porcelain casters, with six upholstered button back chairs of waisted form with stuffover seats, four in green cord velvet, two in
H: 74cm L: 140cm W: 122cm Extended length: 268cm Chair height: 90cm

 800-1500

447
A FRENCH OAK HENRI II STYLE DUMB WAITER
Late 19th century
In honey coloured oak with a fan shaped crest flanked by finials above a row of spindles to a small shelf, the extended lower section with a shaped frieze drawer with a fitted interior, two shelves with turned supports and raised on squashed bun feet
Height: 150cm Width: 100cm Depth: 52cm

 300-400

448
A REGENCE STYLE PARQUETRY OAK EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The top with a gentle serpentine profile and pull out extensions to both ends, a shaped apron centred with a relief carved shell and floral embellishment, and raised on cabriole legs with leafy knees and whorl feet
Height: 77cm Length: 146cm Width: 104cm Extended length: 250cm

 400-600

449
A FINE PAIR OF MAHOGANY LOUIS XVI STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Late 19th century
With white marble tops and pierced brass galleries above two shallow drawers with recessed panels and brass beading, the sides conforming, with fluted corners and tapering fluted legs terminating in petite brass caps united by undertiers
Height: 70cm Width: 42cm Depth: 29cm

 500-1000

450
A FRENCH WALNUT PEDESTAL DESK
Circa: 1880, provenance: acquired from Pegasus Antiques for $5500
With an inset tooled leather top above a shaped keyhole and pillars with fielded panels and fluted stile decoration, upon a plinth base
Height: 75cm Width: 132cm Depth: 80cm

 800-1200

451
A VICTORIAN HORSE SHOE BACK LIBRARY CHAIR
Second half 19th century
In mahogany and black leather with a buttoned low crest, relief carved supports to a stuffover seat and raised on ball and turned tapering legs
Height: 75cm Width: 65cm Depth: 67cm

 150-250

452
AN ANTIQUE OAK BUFFET STYLE CABINET
Late 19th century
With Georgian and Arts and Crafts elements, with a central column of three drawers flanked by drawers and cupboards with shaped fielded panels and raised on ogee bracket feet, with brass swing handles and shaped backplates
Height: 80cm Width: 145cm Depth: 55cm

 500-800

453
A LOW WALNUT CONSOLE SOFA TABLE
In antique timbers, the table with a finely figured edged top above a pair of finely carved lion's paw cabriole legs to trestle bases, a curved backboard to the rear
Height: 68cm Width: 128cm Depth: 47cm

 100-200

454
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TRIPOD BASED OCTAGONAL WINE TABLE
19th century
The well figured top above a turned stem and cabriole splayed legs with whorl feet and relief carved oak leaf embellishments
Height: 70cm Length: 52cm Width: 52cm

 100-200

455
A WALNUT AND TULIPWOOD TRANSITIONAL STYLE BEDSIDE TABLE
Late 19th century
The table with a slide and three shallow drawers with tulipwood quarter veneer strung panelling to the faces, side and top, a shaped apron and raised on tapering curvaceous legs, with gilt bronze escutcheons and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 42cm Depth: 32cm

 300-500

456
A VICTORIAN FLAME MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
19th century
With a shaped arching back with generous scrolling vegetal edges, three ogee profile frieze drawers above pedestal cupboards with applied bead borders and fleur-de-lis decorations, one cupboard fitted with shelving, the other with a drawer and a slide out tray, raised on plinth bases
Height: 146cm Width: 167cm Depth: 57cm

 300-600

457
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a purple and ochre marble top of serpentine profile above two drawers with feather and quarter veneer panels inlaid with cross banded tendrils, the sides conforming, an apron with drop and exaggerated hips with tapering cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts, vegetal handles and sabots
Height: 82cm Width: 98cm Depth: 47cm

 700-900

458
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a well figured purple and ochre serpentine marble top above three drawers with shaped quarter veneer strung panels with floral inlay, quarter veneer panelling also to the sides, a shaped apron, hipped edges and small legs, with gilt bronze mounts, vegetal handles and sabots
Height: 90cm Width: 104cm Depth: 48cm

 800-1200

459
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Circa: 1930s
Of typical form with a shaped purple and ochre marble top above seven even drawers with feather veneer reserves and floral inlay, quarter veneer strung panels to the sides, bold high hipped edges flowing to small feet, and embellished with gilt bronze mounts, foliate handles and sabots
Height: 128cm Width: 88cm Depth: 44cm

 1200-1800

460
AN ART NOUVEAU COPPER FIRE PLACE SURROUND
Circa: 1900
Of breakfront form in hammered and moulded copper with console style cabriole legs and having a central door beneath a rounded hood with red textured glass and an owl motif
Height: 103cm Width: 145cm Depth: 37cm

 300-500

461
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine red and grey marble top above two drawers with shaped and strung quarter veneer panels, the sides conforming, a shaped apron with drop, angled hipped edges flowing to tapering curvaceous legs, embellished with gilt bronze mounts, foliate handles and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 117cm Depth: 55cm

 600-900

462
A FINE OAK CHEST ON STAND IN THE EARLY GEORGIAN STYLE
20th century, crafted by Allpress
In finely figured light oak with a projecting cornice above three short drawers and three long drawers of graduating depth, the stand with a single long drawer and raised on cabriole legs, with brass swing handles and batwing plates
Height: 159cm Width: 114cm Depth: 63cm

 300-500

463
A PAIR OF INLAID LOUIS XV STYLE CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
In tulipwood and kingwood, with shaped purple and cream marble tops above two drawers with feather veneer strung panels and inlaid floral sprigs, with shaped aprons, hipped edges flowing to tapering curvaceous legs, and gilt bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 76cm Width: 45cm Depth: 33cm

 500-700

464
AN HENRI II WALNUT SIDEBOARD
Later 19th century
With a projecting cornice above relief carved cupboards embellished by four fluted and turned pillars, urn form supports to an extended lower section with rear plate display shelf, frieze drawers and lozenge panelled cupboards to the lower register, raised on recessed bun feet
Height: 235cm Width: 150cm Depth: 61cm

 1000-2000

465
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE AND SIX WALNUT CHAIRS
Mid 19th century, with one leaf
A circular table with birdcage supports, a shaped platform base and splayed cabriole legs with carved knees, whorl feet and brass casters, and waisted chairs in the French manner with shaped crests and decorative splats, stuffover seats upholstered in pattern maroon jacquard and elegant cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Diameter: 135cm Extended length: 199cm Chair height: 84cm

 1000-2000

466
A VICTORIAN WALNUT TILT TOP TABLE
19th century
The shaped oval table upon a turned onion bulb pedestal and raised on splayed curvaceous legs with whorl feet and brass casters
Height: 72cm Length: 148cm Width: 114cm

 300-500

467
A LATE VICTORIAN LACQUERED CHINOISERIE QUEEN ANNE STYLE CARVER
Late 19th century
The high backed chair with a vasiform splat and scroll arms, a drop in seat upholstered in complementary black, gold and red oriental jacquard, and raised on cabriole legs with pad feet, decorated with figures and scenes in muted low relief colours
Height: 109cm Width: 62cm Depth: 59cm

 300-600

468
A MARBLE AND CAST IRON HEATER COVER
19th century
With a brown marble top with rounded edges, above a pierced arabesque decorated frieze centred with a lion medallion, a large pierced lattice cover with a circular motif flanked by fluted pilasters with leaf and feather capitals
Height: 92cm Width: 158cm Depth: 37cm

 400-600

469
A SLENDER EBONISED CHINOISERIE DISPLAY CABINET
The cabinet with an extended cornice with key fret decoration, full length glazed sides and door and a mirrored back, chinoiserie decorated in gold and muted colours throughout
Height: 190cm Width: 54cm Depth: 36cm

 200-400

470
A LARGE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
A double pedestal sideboard having a shaped mirror with a finely carved and pierced frame with an elaborate floral crest, with three frieze drawers, the pedestals with drawers and a cellarette above plinth bases
Height: 192cm Width: 214cm Depth: 68cm

 1000-2000

471
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD AND ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY CABINET
Late 19th century
The cabinet with a marble top with brass gallery above a pair of full length doors with cross banding and strung panels enclosing feather banded inlaid urns with floral decoration, with short cabriole legs, restrained ormolu mounts and mounts
Height: 165cm Width: 108cm Depth: 38cm

 800-1200

472
A STRETCHER-BASED OAK DESK IN THE LOUIS XIII STYLE
Late 19th century
With a rear compartment centred with a vegetal and fruit crest carved in high relief above a central drawer and open compartment flanked by pairs of drawers, the writing desk with a conforming drawer arrangement and raised on barley twist supports with turned and barley twist stretchers
Height: 118cm Width: 130cm Depth: 68cm

 600-900

473
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The marble topped bookcase with an inlaid key fret border to the frieze, the pair of part glazed doors with quarter veneer panels to the lower register, with canted edges and raised on short cabriole legs, with contrasting bands and stringing throughout and restrained Neoclassical gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 161cm Width: 103cm Depth: 38cm

 600-1200

474
A FINE WALNUT RÉGENCE STYLE COMMODE
18th century
Of double bow form with a substantial grey and tan veined marble top above two short and three long drawers of conforming shape with channel grooved details, elaborately cast escutcheons, swing handles and Renaissance inspired mounts, with a shaped apron, rounded edges and matching stile feet
Height: 88cm Width: 113cm Depth: 63cm

 1500-2500

475
AN ORNATE LATE VICTORIAN MIRROR BACKED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
Late 19th century, made by Andreas Svensson, Latrobe Street Melbourne
With Classical, Gothic, and Rococo elements, having a bonnet arch and carved crest, side niches with Corinthian columns and spindles, astragal glazed cupboards below, open compartments and a decorated cupboard, raised on cabriole legs and paw feet; provenance: ex. Clarke family (Sir William)
Height: 237cm Width: 160cm Depth: 55cm

 1000-2000

476
A LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a salmon red serpentine marble top above two long drawers with shaped book end veneer and strung panels, fine chequerboard inlay to the sides, a shaped apron with drop and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with well cast and pierced gilt bronze pull handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 117cm Depth: 64cm

 800-1200

477
A GILTWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE SALON CHAIR
The chair with an ornate and distressed gilt frame with an arching crest, square back, a serpentine stuffover seat above a carved apron and raised on cabriole legs, with a red suede style seat and back with nail trim details
Height: 100cm Width: 43cm Depth: 50cm

 50-100

478
A LARGE PROVINCIAL STYLE SERPENTINE FRONT WALNUT COMMODE
18th century
The deep chest with three long pine lined drawers with the original locks and keys, rounded cross banded edging throughout with a distinctive block veneer pattern, brass foliate mounts, rocaille escutcheons and raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 81cm Width: 133cm Depth: 68cm

 1200-1500

479
AN ELEGANT FRENCH WALNUT, EBONY AND MARQUETRY LIBRARY CABINET
Later 19th century
The cabinet with a black marble top, six shallow drawers and a lower cupboard with internal shelving, with striking ebony and white metal banding and stringing, the quarter veneer cupboard and sides with bold tendril motifs, and raised on toupie feet
Height: 135cm Width: 62cm Depth: 34cm

 500-1200

480
A VICTORIAN WALNUT STRETCHER-BASED SEWING TABLE
19th century
In beautifully figured walnut with a rectangular top with 'D' ends above a drawer and a paperlined work basket, the turned trestle supports with carved bases and leafy feet united by a turned stretcher
Height: 73cm Width: 62cm Depth: 43cm

 400-600

481
A RÉGENCE NORMANDY STYLE OAK PANELLED COMMODE
18th century
The commode of pegged construction with a serpentine top, two small and two long panelled drawers with cast brass escutcheons and elaborate swing handles with griffin mounts, channel grooved trims to the carved edges and curvaceous apron, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 94cm Width: 135cm Depth: 65cm

 1000-1500

482
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE KINGWOOD MARQUETRY BUFFET
Early 20th century
With a Breche D'Alep marble top above a parquetry decorated frieze drawer, a pair of quarter veneer panelled cupboards inlaid with flower urns enclosed by borders and stringing and raised on short hipped cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze mounts, wreath pull handles and sabots
Height: 102cm Width: 94cm Depth: 40cm

 700-1000

483
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine Breche D'Alep marble top above two drawers with strung book end veneer panels inlaid with trailing flora, with hipped edges flowing to gently curved legs, a shaped apron with drop, and embellished with pierced ormolu mounts, extravagant vegetal handles and sabots
Height: 88cm Width: 120cm Depth: 64cm

 1000-2000

484
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
With vigorously figured purple and ochre serpentine marble tops above two drawers with feather veneer reserves and floral inlay, the sides conforming, with angled hipped edges flowing to tapering slender cabriole legs, and gilt bronze mounts, foliate handles and sabots
Height: 72cm Width: 37cm Depth: 25cm

 500-600