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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
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Sunday 10 September 2017
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item Category Lot Numbers
 Items of Interest 1-39
 Clocks & Bronzes 40-58
 Oriental 59-95
 Silver 96-161
 Glass 162-233
 Porcelain 234-275
 Paintings 276-305
 Carpets 306-317
 Mirrors & Lights 318-334
 Furniture 335-408

001
A GEORGIAN SAMPLER
1823, by Ann Callis of Loughborough, aged ten
Embroidered in petit point on linen with a sombre religious poem, trees, small animals and cupids, and deep borders of floral crewel work
Height: 59cm Width: 51.5cm (includes frame)

 100-200

002
A VICTORIAN CROSS STITCH SAMPLER
1887 by Rosa Tompkin, aged nine
An alphabetic and numeric cross stitch sampler in red and green colours, upon a course weave linen
Height: 50cm Width: 39.5cm (includes frame)

 100-200

003
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH SAMPLER
1824, by Rachel Rouget, aged eleven
A cross stitch and pulled work sampler in muted colours on broad weave linen with fruiting trees, flowers, pot plants, birds and two figures
Height: 50.5cm Width: 41cm

 100-200

004
ANDREI, MELANIE (20th CENTURY ROMANIAN SCHOOL)
'St Georges'
Icon in colours on gilt surface, signed M Andrei lower left; accompanied by 1979 Melbourne exhibition catalogue
Height: 26.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 50-100

005
AN ORTHODOX ICON OF A PROPHET OR APOSTLE WITH A SCROLL
Probably 17th century
In gesso and gilt upon a prepared timber panel depicting a white bearded figure with a red cloak and nimbus holding an open scroll, with Church Slavonic script to the scroll and gilded ground, framed in a deep gold burnished frame; with the 1953 receipt from The London Galleries, Kew
Height: 37.5cm Width: 31cm

 500-1000

006
AN ANTIQUE COPPER BED WARMER
19th century
Of typical circular shape with a hinged lid with punched radiating spiral and floral decorations, and attached to a long turned handle
Length: 102cm

 50-100

007
A MIXED GROUP OF THREE ANTIQUE COPPER KITCHEN WARES
19th century
Comprising a fish bath base, a preserving pan and a pot with a swing handle
Height: 14cm Diameter: 31.5cm and smaller

 50-100

008
A MIXED GROUP OF ANTIQUE COPPER KITCHEN WARES
19th century
All with a fine aged patina, comprising a cauldron pot, two long wrought iron handled pans, a skillet, a straining bowl, a roll top saucepan with a pronounced pouring lip and a footed basin with side handles
Height: 16.5cm Diameter: 28cm (two handled Pot) and smaller

 80-150

009
A GROUP OF THREE MIXED ANTIQUE COPPER COOKING WARES
19th century
Comprising a preserving pan with side handles; a straight-sided small cauldron with hammered finish and a swing handle; and a large 'elephant foot' shaped cauldron with a feature dovetail seam border to the base and a wrought handle
Height: 26cm Diameter: 40cm and smaller

 100-200

010
A SET OF SEVEN 'VILLEDIEU' COPPER SAUCEPANS
Tapering straight-sided nesting saucepans, tin lined and heavy gauge with steel handles; stamped 'serie speciale Villedieu' to each, largest pot with lid
Height: 12cm Diameter: 22.5cm and smaller

 100-200

011
A SET OF FIVE VINTAGE 'LES CUIVRES DE FAUCOGNEY' COPPER SAUCEPANS
Straight-sided nesting tin lined saucepans with heavy steel handles; maker's stamp to each
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 18cm and smaller

 100-200

012
A GROUP OF MIXED FRENCH BRASSWARE POTS
19th to 20th century
Two large cauldron pots with dovetailed seams and swing handles and a smaller tapering pot with a dovetailed seam and a rivet feature to the base, with stamp of Veritable RC Villedieu underside
Height: 26cm Diameter: 35.5cm and smaller

 100-200

013
A LARGE LEATHER BOUND VOLUME: BOWYER'S 'REIGN OF ELIZABETH'
1807
'The History of England during the Reign of Elizabeth', by David Hume, printed by T. Bensley, Bolt-Court, Fleet Street for Robert Bowyer, Pall Mall; also with book plate of Sir Richard Carr Glyn Bart (1st Baronet), British banker and politician, 1755-1838, elected Lord Mayor of London in 1798

 100-200

014
TWO LARGE BOUND VOLUMES OF THE ARGUS NEWSPAPER
April - June 1882, and, October - December 1884
Bound in marbled paper and leather hard covers, both titled to spines, one formerly part of the Melbourne Athenaeum collection, the later edition bound by W. Detmold, Melbourne

 50-100

015
A LARGE BOUND VOLUME OF THE ARGUS NEWSPAPER
January-June 1886
Bound in blue cloth and red leather hard covers, the spine with title, gilt tooled stamp of the Crown and Lands & Survey

 30-50

016
A SIGNIFICANT PETRIFIED MAMMOTH TUSK WITH ANTIQUE ORIENTAL CARVING
Pre-historic
Of considerable weight and preserving the natural curvature of the tusk, relief carved with the image of a man, a single carved character above and remnant painted script
Height: 38cm

 1000-2000

017
AN ANTIQUE OMANI ARABIAN RHINO HIDE BUCKLER
19th century
The small hand held shield of high domed form with a series of concentric raised rings and two brass star decorative fasteners securing the leather hand grip, originally used in sword and buckler combat
Diameter: 24cm

 300-500

018
AN ABORIGINAL MULGA WOOD CARVING
The curved section of wood relief carved with stylised kangaroo and snake motifs
Length: 63cm

 50-60

019
A HARDWOOD AND FRUITWOOD DESK TOP COMPENDIUM
Late 19th century
With twin doors opening to a fitted interior with a tiered stationery organiser, compartments for pens and inks, and a lower drawer
Height: 29cm Width: 38.5cm Depth: 20.5cm

 50-100

020
A COLLECTION OF TEN VINTAGE JAPANESE DOLLS, KOKESHI AND KIMEKOMI
Circa: 1960s - early 1970s
Three timber Kokeshi dolls of typical form and seven Kimekomi dolls of children, bijin and kabuki figures, decorated with kimono fabrics over timber cores, some with black lacquered display stands and descriptive plaques
Height: 24cm and smaller

 50-100

021
A NOVELTY LIMOGES PORCELAIN WINDMILL PILL OR TRINKET BOX
Hand decorated with a circular hinged 'grassy base' surmounted by a windmill complete with spinning metal blades; marked Limoges underside with decorator's mark JD
Height: 7.5cm

 50-100

022
A PAIR OF VINTAGE OPERA GLASSES
20th century
Of faceted design in ivorine and brass, with 2.5 times magnification; with a green leather pouch
Width: 10cm

 40-60

023
AN ART NOUVEAU BRONZE FIGURAL SERVING TRAY
Circa: 1900, probably Austrian or German made
In modulating deep bronze, gold and silver colours, with a shaped double dish with stylised floral motifs and sinuous handles and whorl terminals, centred with a seated female in silver with a bird upon her arm; apparently unmarked
Height: 25cm Width: 42cm Depth: 18cm

 100-200

024
AN ANTIQUE CAMEO CARVED QUEEN HELMET SHELL
19th century to early 20th century
The natural shell, typically carved in relief to an oval with a profile bust of a Classical female figure her hair adorned with flowers and wheat ears
Height: 13cm

 100-120

025
A FINE GOTHIC REVIVAL WALNUT JEWELLERY BOX
Later 19th century
The boxed with a flat arched lid decorated with a shaped, engraved and pierced floral lozenge with a central ivory medallion and a similar escutcheon, the interior with the original violet silk lining and removable fitted tray
Height: 8cm Width: 17.5cm Depth: 12.5cm

 120-160

026
A MINIATURE PAINTING OF A MILKMAID
An oval miniature after Jean Baptiste Greuze's 1780 painting of a milkmaid and donkey, in a faux tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl frame; with a 1989 Moorland Galleries receipt, United Kingdom, for £290
Height: 14.5cm Width: 12.5cm

 150-200

027
TWO WAX HALF BOUDOIR DOLLS AND A VINTAGE PORCELAIN BABY DOLL
1920s and after
Adult flapper-style boudoir dolls, blonde and brunette, with part cloth and composition material arms, wires attached, both with triangular impressed marks to backs; a fully jointed baby doll dressed in a complete knitted layette
Length: 12.5cm (baby doll)

 50-100

028
A WALNUT TUNBRIDGEWARE WRITING BOX
Later 19th century, with key
The well figured box with parquetry bands, a feather banded and decorated rectangular cartouche and matching escutcheon, the fitted interior with a black tooled leather writing slope, pen and ink compartments, and a silver plated hinged top ink flask
Height: 16cm Width: 30cm Depth: 23cm

 200-260

029
A VINTAGE TIGER INCISOR TOOTH
Length: 9cm

 300-400

030
AN ANTIQUE ABORIGINAL NOSE BONE AND TWO SMALL PIECES OF CORAL
19th century
The resin tipped nose peg probably made from kangaroo bone, with old cataloguing number label, and two coral pieces
Length: 18.5cm (nose bone)

 50-100

031
A FINE SORRENTO WARE MARQUETRY FRAME WITH MIRROR
Late 19th century
In mixed timbers, with Tunbridgeware style borders and grotesque motifs, demi-figures and fantastic beasts on an olive wood back
Height: 26cm Width: 21.5cm

 150-250

032
FIVE CAST BRONZE DESK ACCESSORIES BY MAX LE VERRIER (1891-1973)
1930s - 1960s
Relief cast with a verdigris finish, comprising a pen tray with Assyrian battle scenes, a paper clip and letter rack both with Louis XIV motifs, a dish depicting Charles V, and a 1918-1968 fifty year commemorative dish depicting a sculptor, after Giotto, all with incised signatures and various marks verso
Height: 14cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 6.5cm (letter rack)

 200-400

033
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD, MOTHER-OF-PEARL AND ABALONE DECORATED BOX
Later 19th century
With fine figuration, and simply decorated with a white metal strung mother-of -pearl and abalone bordered cartouche and matching escutcheon, the interior finely lined with celadon green fabric
Height: 12.5cm Width: 30cm Depth: 21.5cm

 150-250

034
NINE ANTIQUE PEWTER WARES: FIVE MUGS AND FOUR MEASURES
19th to 20th century, Victorian and later mugs, four 20th century measures
Three straight-sided pint tavern mugs, one spouted, with 'C' style handles; a Watt & Harton of London ribbed mug; a baluster quart mug with an ear form handle; and four graduated measures, half pint and smaller, all with measure and verification stamps
Height: 16.5cm and smaller

 100-200

035
A LARGE ANTIQUE COPPER KETTLE
A straight-sided carinate shaped kettle with a low domed lid and finial, having a hammered finish, a long curved spout and swing handle, cartouche with BCP to collar
Height: 32cm (with handle raised)

 50-100

036
A VICTORIAN EMBROIDERED SILK PIANO SHAWL
19th century
In soft teal colours with a typical deep fringe and embroidered with flowers and tendrils in bright silk threads, with the original 1996 receipt from Lynton Antiques, Armadale Melbourne
Length: 145cm

 50-100

037
A FABERGÉ SILVER GILT, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND SET NEPHRITE TRAY
Pre 1896, St Petersburg with zolotniki 88, Cyrillic stamp of Fabergé and master initials MP for Mikhael Perchin, Fabergé's leading workmaster
A vibrant green circular tray with silver gilt and ruby guilloche enamel Rococo handles set with cut diamonds; formerly from the John Traina collection, illustrated in Géza von Habsburg's 'Faberge in America', p.327; book included
Height: 3cm Width: 27cm Diameter: 17cm

 10000-20000

038
A JAPANESE ARTICULATED BRONZE SPINY LOBSTER
Meiji period, later 19th century
Realistically cast and of natural size, as found
Length: 35cm

 50-100

039
A GOOD QUALITY THREE QUARTER SIZE DOUBLE BASS AND ACCESSORIES
An excellent single owner student instrument in near new condition, with associated bow, stand, soft shell carry case, and an electronic 'pick up' device for amplification (device retailed through skiv@redshift.com); instrument was professionally set up by Atelier Puglisi, Melbourne
Length: 170cm

 1500-2000

040
A LARGE ART NOUVEAU/NEOCLASSICAL FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1900, with stamp of Samuel Marti to mechanism
The clock with a reclining classical maiden on a bow front veined marble vase, the drum on a shaped plinth behind with an enamel dial, shield crest and trailing flowers, the side pedestal vases upon conforming marble bases with applied cupids, masks and flora; with key and pendulum
Height: 49cm Width: 55cm Depth: 27cm

 1000-2000

041
AN ART DECO PIERROT AND COLUMBINE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
The bronzed spelter 'cut out' style figures with low relief decoration, depicting Pierrot playing his guitar and Columbine with her fan, both before crescent moons, a globe lamp shade to the centre and upon a striated marble base
Height: 16.5cm Width: 27cm Depth: 10.5cm

 200-300

042
A BRASS AND GLASS MANTEL CLOCK
Late 19th to early 20th century, with stamp of Japy Frères to mechanism
The carriage style mantel clock glazed to all sides, with a festoon decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals set within a finely engine turned bezel, with mercury pendulum and key
Height: 27.5cm Width: 17cm Depth: 13cm

 400-800

043
AN ART DECO STYLE METALWARE EXOTIC DANCER
In pewter colours and depicting an Eastern style dancer in draped skirt, decorative girdle, armbands and headscarf raised upon a truncated pyramid marble base
Height: 35cm

 100-200

044
AN ART DECO ANTELOPE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
The bold circular face in red and orange veined cream marble with an applied silhouette style dial with Arabic numerals, flanked by a pair of green spelter antelope, and raised on a long black marble base; with circular side pieces, key and pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 49cm Depth: 9cm

 300-500

045
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s, stamp of JS France to mechanism
In dual orange red and cream marble, the stepped arching clock with two reclining female figures draped over the arch and holding doves, the white dial with Arabic numerals and accompanied by a pair of cast and red marble tazza; key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Width: 30cm Depth: 11cm

 300-500

046
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
In red and cream two toned marble with a plinth containing a rectangular dial with Arabic numerals flanked by an exotic dancer posing on one leg, accompanied by a pair of stepped similarly toned vases; with key and pendulum
Height: 31cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 11cm

 500-800

047
A FRENCH PORTICO CLOCK
Circa: 1940, with mark of Odo to the dial
In mahogany and gilt metal, with fluted Corinthian columns supporting a large dial with Roman numerals, a sun pendulum and raised on paw feet; with key
Height: 34.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 15cm

 140-250

048
A PATINATED ART DECO FIGURAL SPELTER CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
With a female figure in a green patinated flowing robe with ivorine hands and face beside a bold black marble and onyx circular setting enclosing a square dial with Arabic numerals, raised upon a two toned marble and onyx ellipse base, with a pair of conforming flaring and globular vases on marble plinths; key and pendulum
Height: 46.5cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 20cm

 600-1200

049
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP OF A WOMAN WITH HER BORZOI
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted figure of a seated woman in bronze colours wearing a short grey green tunic, her recumbent dog beside her; raised on an elliptical black marble base
Height: 25cm Width: 57cm Depth: 18cm

 400-800

050
A LARGE SPELTER CLOCK 'REVEILLE DE LA NATURE' BY ROUSSEAU
Later 19th century, with mark of A.D Mougin to mechanism
Depicting a winged maiden in flowing robes holding a basket of produce, a cupid and birds at her feet, raised upon a shaped red marble base enclosing the decorated enamel dial with Arabic numerals, with cast foliate feet, key and pendulum; title of figure to cartouche and incised mark of Rousseau to base
Height: 82cm Width: 37.5cm Width: 25cm

 800-1500

051
AN OAK 'ELLERY'S INDICATIONS' ANEROID BANJO BAROMETER
Later 19th century
With a leaf and scroll top, a thermometer to the neck and blue steel hands to the dial with indications in both Gothic and broad Roman serif script
Length: 90cm

 100-200

052
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP, MOTHER AND CHILD
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted group of a seated mother in a black and gold draped tunic clasping a dove to her chest, a small standing child beside her in a chevron patterned dress, raised on a shaped rectangular portoro marble and onyx base
Height: 25cm Width: 42cm Depth: 13.5cm

 200-300

053
A LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE MANTEL CLOCK
Circa: 1900, with stamp of A.D Mougin to mechanism
The ornate clock with an urn finial and pagoda top above a profusely pierced and decorated case enclosing a fine dial with an enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals centred with a cast roundel set within a fine bezel, upon an extended ornate base; with key and pendulum
Height: 55cm Width: 28cm Depth: 11cm

 600-1000

054
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

 500-800

055
AN EGYPTIAN INSPIRED FRENCH MANTLE CLOCK BASE
Later 19th century, with maker's mark of Vincenti et Cie and Bernoux of Paris
With a concave dial with enamel numeral cartouches and set within a swagged apron supported by four Egyptian espagnolettes, with acorn finials and trailing fruit and vine motifs
Height: 23cm Width: 33.5cm Depth: 25.5cm

 300-600

056
A FINE SIGNED AUSTRIAN BRONZE AND ALABASTER LAMP, 'ATLAS, DIE WELTKUGEL TRAGEND' BY BRUNO ZACH (1891-1945)
Circa: 1920-30
A standing Atlas supporting an alabaster globe with a bronze map of the world, and raised on a stepped circular green onyx base, incised signature of artist and circular foundry stamp to bronze base
Height: 48cm

 2000-3000

057
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with stamp of AD Mougin to mechanism
The red marble trimmed clock with a drum head, an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and a visible escapement above a glazed compartment with a mercury pendulum, with scroll, volute and pilaster embellishments to a shaped base, the side tazza conforming; with key
Height: 39cm Width: 31.5cm Depth: 14cm

 400-600

058
AN ART DECO SPELTER ANTELOPE GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1930s
A pair of fleeing antelopes, one mortally wounded by an arrow, in bronze colours upon a veined black marble base faced with onyx, incised signature of Limousin to the reverse
Height: 36.5cm Width: 75cm Depth: 15cm

 400-600

059
A CHINESE AMBER BEAD COURT BRACELET, SHOU CHUAN
With eighteen amber beads, four small jade beads and two pink glass beads with shou medallion motifs, cord strung and embellished with petite freshwater pearl and coral clusters, double gourd jade beads, and a coral bead relief carved as a bat
Length: 30.5cm

 1000-1200

060
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASES
Early 20th century
Small lobed baluster vases with a deep green wire scrolled ground, decorated with borders of stiff leaves in navy and light blue dotted with coloured flowers, with scale motifs to the neck, collar and base
Height: 15.5cm

 300-400

061
AN ANTIQUE LONGQUAN WINE POURER IN THE MING MANNER
Of ovoid form with a loop handle and broad long neck well potted and decorated with an incised scroll and fringed border to the collar, the body with carp motifs and lappets
Height: 18.5cm

 1200-1500

062
A WHITE JADE 'THOUSAND ARM' AVALOKITESVARA
The serene figure seated in padmasana upon a double lotus throne before a shaped mandorla
Height: 17cm Width: 12.5cm Depth: 8cm

 350-450

063
AN ANTIQUE SOUTH EAST ASIAN KHMER POTTERY FIGURE OF INDRA
The Hindu deity seated in lalitasana with his right hand across his knee, wearing a dhoti, jewelled armbands and beading, the dress incised with floral motifs, the figure with downcast eyes and a contemplative demeanour, the hair dressed in a chignon and with a crown, raised on a circular waisted base
Height: 20.5cm

 400-600

064
A GILT BRONZE FIGURE OF AMITAYAS
The cast figure seated in dyanasana before a flaming mandorla, wearing a dhoti, a sanghati robe across one shoulder and an ornamented crown, with decorative armbands and other jewels, raised on a pierced base with drapery and floral motifs, inscribed apocryphal Qianlong calligraphic reign marks and others to the base; displayed on a timber stand with bracket feet
Height: 20cm Width: 11cm Depth: 8cm (bronze only)

 450-650

065
A CHINESE GREEN ROCK CRYSTAL CENSER WITH COVER
The cauldron censer with carved and engraved archaistic motifs, a decorated high domed cover, pierced fantastic creature handles and raised on tripod cabriole feet, in modulating shades of teal to ice mint green with brown inflections
Height: 22.5cm

 500-600

066
A CHINESE GOUACHE AND INK PAINTING
Republic period, 20th century
Depicting a songbird in red, beige and black colours upon a branch laced with a creeping vine; with signature to lower left with two seals, a third seal to the lower right
Height: 34.5cm Width: 30.5cm

 400-600

067
A SMALL HEAVY BRONZE BRUSHWASHER
An everted tapering bowl in muted gold tones with a seal mark to an embossed cartouche underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 6.5cm

 300-400

068
A FINELY DECORATED MODERN CHINESE BOWL
The rice bowl with gilded fret and chevron borders to the rims, polychrome decorated with birds in a traditional peony and rockwork garden, with script, probably a poem, and red seals; apocryphal bordered Yongzheng mark underside
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 14cm

 300-500

069
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN OPIUM BURNER
Qing Dynasty, probably 19th century,
The metal mounted cylindrical burner with a stepped shield and long pipe, decorated with an underglazed figure in a landscape scene upon a crackle ground; bearing Yongzheng reign marks with small variations underside
Height: 52.5cm

 300-500

070
AN ANTIQUE JAPANESE BRONZE YATATE, A SCRIBE'S TRAVELLING KIT
Meiji period, later 19th century
A traditional smoking pipe shaped travelling inkwell and pen holder with engraved floral motifs, and signature
Length: 20.5cm

 500-700

071
SIX ANTIQUE ORIENTAL SILVER VOTIVE FIGURES
Small bullocks and cows with engraved patterns, a bird and a man milking a cow, Silver weight: 91gr
Height: 4.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 100-150

072
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE VASE IN THE KANGXI MANNER
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
A small baluster vase with applied chilongs and shi shi handles, decorated to the body with seven animals in a landscape setting, a dragon and two small animals to the neck, with apocryphal four character kaishu marks underside
Height: 20.5cm

 500-800

073
A SIGNED FOUR PIECE PART JAPANESE TEA SERVICE
Taisho to Showa period, early to mid 20th century
Comprising a teapot, creamer, and a fluted tea cup and saucer, with birds and insects flying amidst convolvulus creepers upon a textured light blue ground; black painted marks underside
Height: 15.5cm (teapot)

 100-150

074
A JAPANESE NUNOME ZOGAN AND LACQUER CIGARETTE BOX
Mid 20th century, with partial marks for silver, partial mark for gold and other
A silver clad lacquer box, the lid finely decorated with two cranes flying before sweeping clouds in a pine tree and wave landscape; marks to border underside
Height: 4.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 7.5cm

 150-250

075
A SOAPSTONE ELEPHANT SEAL
The rectangular seal in deep chocolate and green tones, surmounted by a carved and pierced elephant finial, decorated to the plinth with engraved money symbols, carved script to one face and seal script to the base
Height: 12cm

 300-400

076
A GROUP OF THREE CHINESE JADE ORNAMENTS
In modulating tan, ochre and olive colours, comprising a wedge shaped ornament with a relief carved guanyin, a shaped oval with dragon and archaistic motifs, and another stylised shaped ornament with similar dragon and archaistic mask embellishments
Length: 9.5cm and smaller

 100-150

077
A CHINESE LACQUER CAMEO SNUFF BOTTLE
The cushion form bottle carved to both faces with deity or auspicious figures in pine tree and lingxhi fungus landscapes, in cream colours over black
Height: 6cm

 50-100

078
A CHINESE CINNABAR STYLE LACQUER ORNAMENTAL DISH
20th century
With ornamental foliate scroll borders and centred with a traditional peony and rockwork landscape upon a red diaper ground
Diameter: 23cm

 50-100

079
AN ANTIQUE BLUE AND WHITE VASE IN THE KANGXI MANNER
Late Qing Dynasty, later 19th to early 20th century
A small baluster vase with applied chilongs and shi shi handles, profusely decorated with tendrils and flowers, and two reserves each with three figures engaged in a narrative, with apocryphal four character kaishu marks underside
Height: 20.5cm

 500-800

080
A CHINESE JADE ORNAMENT UPON A ROSEWOOD STAND
20th century
Pierced and carved in celadon colours and depicting six cranes toying with peaches in a pine tree and rockwork landscape, upon a carved and pierced scrolling base
Height: 10.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 600-800

081
A SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE MOON VASE
Circa: 1920
The thickly glazed basket style vase with a moulded red matte lower section, with three figures in green to one face and another figure to the reverse peeking over the rim
Height: 21cm Width: 19cm

 110-200

082
TWO SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASES
Circa: 1915
A small baluster vase and a two handled vase, both thickly glazed with black, pale and blue colours to the top, red ribbed to the lower section, both with a single applied figure
Heights: 9cm and 13cm

 80-160

083
A SIGNED SUMIDA POTTERY EXPORT WARE VASE
Circa: 1915
The tapering ribbed vase with two small loop handles, thickly drip glazed in blue and grey colours to the top, matte to the lower, decorated with two elders climbing a mountain path, the lucky god of longevity, Fukurokuju, with his prominent cranium, and an imploring figure; blurred cartouche to side
Height: 25cm

 80-160

084
A LARGE CHINESE HU VASE
In the Qianlong manner, the polychrome vase continuously decorated with myriad deer in a landscape setting, with bright gilt deer head handles to the neck; red and gold seal mark underside
Height: 39.5cm

 400-600

085
A LARGE SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, late 19th century
A baluster earthenware vase with a trumpet neck and petal form rim, with applied flying leaf and tassel handles, profusely decorated to two cartouches with dragon and phoenix in moriage enamels, in a muted cream and beige palette on an iron red ground with gilt enrichments; character mark underside
Height: 47cm

 100-200

086
A JAPANESE UKIYO-E WOOD BLOCK PRINT BY TOYOHARA KUNICHIKA (1835-1900)
A woodblock in colours depicting women fishing and presenting baskets of fish, with Kunichika hitso signature and red toshidama lower left, circular date seal and other cartouches lower left
Height: 36cm Width: 24cm

 50-100

087
20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL
A traditional lake and mountain landscape with pavilions, on paper in ink and subdued colours, with seal and characters upper right
Height: 31cm Width: 37cm

 50-100

087a
20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL
Abstract landscape
In ink and wash on paper, with an oval red seal and positive and negative square seals above
Height: 26cm Width: 30cm

 50-100

088
20TH CENTURY CHINESE SCHOOL
Landscape
Freely executed in ink and wash on paper, with an oval red seal and square seal above
Height: 30cm Width: 70cm

 50-100

089
A LONGQUAN DEEP CELADON VASE
Later 20th century
A lobed baluster vase upon a conical base with an overlapping facet motif, the trumpet neck with a floriform rim, four character mark within a bordered cartouche underside
Height: 27.5cm

 50-100

090
A CHINESE WHITE MARBLE FIGURE OF THE GOD OF PROSPERITY
The standing figure of the deity, Caishen, typically attired and with attribute; upon a timber stand
Height: 35.5cm

 150-180

091
A PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ CUPS AND SAUCERS
Meiji period, late 19th to early 20th century
The cups and saucers both decorated with patterned and floral mons and scalloped and cloud roundels in colours upon a black wire scrolled ground
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 12cm

 400-500

092
TWO CHINESE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE WARES
Qing Dynasty and after, 19th to 20th century
A key fret bordered dish with scrolling floral motifs and lotus flowers, quasi bordered mark underside; and a waisted and pierced crackleware hexagonal candle holder
Height: 8.5cm (burner) Diameter: 22.5cm (plate)

 70-100

093
A VINTAGE CHINESE HANGING SCROLL
20th century
In ink and colours on paper, and mounted on paper backed cream silk, painted with a small bird with prunus blossom, script and a single seal mark to right margin
Length: 33.5cm Width: 25cm

 500-600

094
A CHINESE YELLOW GROUND JARDINIERE OR SMALL FISH BOWL
The waisted bowl with a flat rim, decorated with phoenix within a peony and rockwork garden in iron red, aqua, green and aubergine colours between chevron and lappet borders
Height: 22.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 50-100

095
A DUTCH COLONIAL CARVED FURNITURE PANEL
The long narrow rectangular panel pierced and carved with scrolling foliate motifs
Length: 198cm Width: 41cm

 50-80

096
AN EDWARDIAN SILVER PLATED TRAY BY ELKINGTON & CO
1902
With applied gadroon edges, embossed festoons and acanthus motifs enclosing engraved rocaille designs, raised on tripod ball feet; Elkington marks underside with date cypher letter 'Q'
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 37cm

 80-160

097
A GEORGIAN TREEN MAHOGANY CRUET STAND AND FIVE BOTTLES
Late 18th century, with later Georgian bottles
The stand in three parts with a pedestal base, pierced fretwork gallery and stem with a shaped silver plated handle, stamped WS, with two pairs of complementary bottles and silver plated shakers, and one other with a pouring rim
Height: 23cm

 100-200

098
A CONTINENTAL SILVER PLATED COMPORT AND ELEVEN SMALL DISHES
Early to mid 20th century
A dessert service comprising a circular gilded dish with gadrooned edges to the bowl and foot, and twin cast handles with palmettes and scrolls, the small bowls conforming
Height: 10cm Width: 30cm Diameter: 23cm (comport)

 100-120

099
A FINE VICTORIAN SHEFFIELD PLATE AND CUT CRYSTAL DRAGON EPERGNE
19th century, with maker's mark for James Deakin & Sons
With a diamond cut crystal trumpet and tray supported on three finely cast dragons to a shaped triangular base engraved with ferns and floral emblems, raised on three winged mask feet; marks underside
Height: 56cm

 100-200

100
AN AUSTRIAN .800 SILVER MESH PURSE
19th century, Vienna, with dog head small article mark
The fine mesh purse with a bracket frame and canted corners, having a bud style clip with a blue glass feature, with a later ribbon handle; hallmarked to the frame
Total weight: 166gr
Length: 14.5cm Width: 20.5cm

 80-160

101
A MATCHING COLLECTION OF FOURTEEN GERMAN PARCEL-GILT AND .800 SILVER FLATWARE ITEMS
Second half 20th century, with maker's marks for Bruckmann & Söhne
Comprising a set of six teaspoons or small dessert spoons, a large serving spoon, two pairs of smaller serving spoons, a spoon and fork serving duo, and a gravy ladle, all with shaped reeded edges and gilded bowls
Length: 25.5cm (large spoon) and all other smaller

 300-360

102
AN OVAL ITALIAN .800 SILVER TRAY
1944-1968 period, with .800 standard, Treviso city and maker's mark TV15 in lozenge
An elegant tray with an applied rope twist border and a plain tray; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 708gr
Length: 39.5cm Width: 28.5cm

 300-500

103
A SET OF CASED EDWARDIAN SILVER PLATE, STERLING SILVER AND IVORINE FRUIT KNIVES AND FORKS
1904 Sheffield, with sterling silver and plate marks for Joseph Round & Son
The knife blades and fork throats bright cut and prick worked with foliage and tendrils, with sterling silver ferrules and plain round end handles, housed in the original case; plate marks to the blades, and hallmarks to the collars
Lengths: 20cm and 17cm

 60-80

104
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CRUET SET IN THE ORIGINAL CASE
1886, Birmingham, with marks JTH over JHM, for Hukin & Heath (salts), and 1883, with marks for EF over HT for Horace Woodward & Co (spoons)
Petite cauldrons with crimped rims raised on ball feet and associated petal form spoons, in a shell shaped violet silk and velvet lined box
Silver weight: 58gr
Height: 2.5cm (salt) Length: 5cm (spoon)

 80-120

105
AN ART DECO SILVER PLATED FOUR PIECE TEA OR COFFEE SERVICE BY BOULANGER OF PARIS
Circa: 1925-30
Of striking hexagonal form with palisander timber knops and square section handles, comprising a hot water or coffee pot, tea pot, covered sugar box and creamer; with mark of Boulenger and AB and star stamps underside
Height: 17cm and smaller

 400-600

106
FIVE ASSORTED STERLING SILVER WRITING AND INFANT TOILETRIES ITEMS
Mid 20th century
A German triangular pen with a matching letter opener, a Lullaby baby's brush and comb; and a Weidlich baby's toothbrush; marked to all items
Total weight: 112gr
Length: 23cm

 50-100

107
AN ANTIQUE MEXICAN STERLING SILVER TRAVELLING RAZOR
Early 20th century, with maker's mark of Reyna
A small lined square hinged box with a disassembled sterling silver razor in four parts, marked Reyna sterling and Reyna Taxco to two components, the case marked sterling and with retailer's stamp of Abercrombie & Fitch Co
Total weight: 114gr
Length: 5cm Width: 4.5cm (box)

 150-180

108
A SET OF TWELVE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER DEMITASSE CUPS AND SAUCERS, WITH NINE GLASS LINERS
Post 1867, Pest, with dianakopf mark and maker's mark TJ
Straight-sided cups with high set bracket handles, with ribbon tied reeded rims, and conforming saucers; hallmarked to cups and saucer rims
Silver weight: 1382gr
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 10.5cm (saucer)

 650-850

109
A CASED THREE PIECE CARVING SET WITH MOONGLOW LUCITE HANDLES
Circa: 1930s, with maker and retailer's mark for Wolstenholm's Celebrated Carvers, Sheffield England
A carving knife, fork and honing steel, with toffee coloured handles, silver ferrules and finials and steel blades and tines; maker's marks to items and case
Length: 37cm (carving knife)

 50-100

110
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER FORK AND TWO FRENCH PLATED FORKS
1800 London, with maker's mark I.B
A Georgian Old English fork, hallmarked underside and a pair of plated forks retailed through 'au Louvre Paris' bearing '84' French plate marks
Silver weight: 86gr (English fork only)
Length: 22cm and smaller

 40-60

111
A MAGNIFICENT VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SEVEN LIGHT CANDELABRUM
1886 London, with maker's mark for Richard Hodd & Son (Richard Hodd I & II)
The fluted Corinthian column raised on an applied bead edge base embellished with Neoclassical style swags with ram's head mounts enclosing plaques with urn ornaments, fitted with scrolling branches and Corinthian capital sconces
Total weight: 5940gr Height: 73cm

 18000-22000

112
A PAIR OF AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER TOOTHPICK HOLDERS
Post 1867, dianakopf with rubbed city mark, and maker's mark PL
Small elongated shallow boats with flat rims and raised on four curvaceous legs with pad feet; hallmarked to the rims
Silver weight: 54gr
Height: 1.5cm Length: 10cm Width: 3.5cm

 40-60

113
A MIXED VICTORIAN TO EDWARDIAN FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER VANITY SET
1898 Chester, 1903, 1910, 1914 Birmingham, various makers
Profusely embossed in the Rococo revival manner, comprising a tray, hand mirror, hair brush and clothes brush; hallmarked to all components
Total weight: 681gr
Length: 26.5cm Width: 19.5cm (tray)

 100-200

114
A FINE SET OF TWELVE CHINESE EXPORT SILVER BOWLS WITH GLASS LINERS
Late Qing Dynasty, 19th to 20th century, silver marks MK and HC (probably Canton and Shanghai), identical chop mark, X-ray tested for .86-.94 silver
Pierced, repousse and chased, six bowls with chrysanthemum motifs, six with cranes in a lotus water garden, marked to rims underside
Silver weight: 1074gr Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 12cm

 200-300

115
SIX GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER DINNER FORKS WITH THE ADAMS FAMILY CREST
1816 Edinburgh, with maker's mark for William & Patrick Cunningham, two with rubbed marks
Fiddle pattern forks engraved to the finials with a crest and cross marked 'In Cruce Salus', 'from the Cross comes salvation', hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 358gr
Length: 20.5cm

 200-280

116
A POLISH .875 SILVER CIGARETTE BOX
Post 1940, with artists' cooperative mark of Orno, and standard
The timber lined hinged cigarette box clad with a hammered and slightly abstract textured finish, the lid with star motifs and a stylised image of the mermaid of Warsaw in relief; stamps underside
Height: 4cm Length: 15cm Width: 10cm

 50-100

117
A VINTAGE SILVER PLATE CLAD HAIG'S WHISKEY BOTTLE
A dimpled ovoid bottle with engraved and pierced floral cladding in the oriental manner with Chinese dragons and a banner inscribed 'Whiskey', with an undulating pouring lip, and cork and silver plated stopper, Haig's marks in relief underside
Height: 27cm

 50-80

118
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SIFTER SPOON
1782 London, with maker's mark for probably Joseph Steward II
An elegant curved Old English sifter with a reeded bead edge and an engraved armorial to the finial, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 42gr
Length: 14.5cm

 100-150

119
TWO PAIRS OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SOUP SPOONS
1779 and 1816 London, with makers' marks WT and Solomon Hougham respectively
An Old English pair and a Fiddle pattern pair, engraved initials to finials; all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 276gr
Length: 22cm

 120-200

120
A GROUP OF SEVENTEEN .800 AND .875 SMALL SPOONS, FORKS, PICKS
20th century, standard marks to all except Thai items
Comprising a small Dutch shovel, four Thai picks, three Russian enamel and gilt pickle forks, five Danish enamelled demitasse spoons, as found; two Russian twist stem spoons with fig shaped bowls, two small leaf spoons; hallmarked to thirteen items
Silver weight: 133gr
Length: 13cm and smaller

 30-50

121
A STERLING SILVER ETROG BOX
20th century, Mexico, with maker's mark of ART
The straight-sided oval box, embossed with bold geometric diamond, half flower and semi-circular motifs to the body, an 'etrog' citron to the hinged lid with Hebrew script and raised on four shaped feet; silver marks underside
Silver weight: 387gr
Height: 9cm Length: 15cm Width: 10cm

 450-550

122
AN ANTIQUE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER SAUCE BOAT
Post 1867 Vienna, with dianakopf, and maker's mark TJ
A fine heavy gauge double lipped boat with reeded loop handles with ribbon motifs and leafy chased mounts, on an integral oval tray with conforming reed and ribbon borders; hallmarked to foot of boat and tray
Total weight: 758gr
Height: 13.5cm Length: 25.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 350-450

123
TWO PAIRS OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER SUGAR NIPS
1797 and 1808, probably London, makers' marks for George Wintle and Mary Sumner respectively
A bright cut Old English pair and a Fiddle pattern pair; hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 71gr
Lengths: 14.5cm and 13.5cm

 40-80

124
A STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL MILK JUG
1905 Chester, with maker's mark for Stokes & Ireland Ltd
The baluster jug with an ear form strap handle with a foliate thumb spur, and punched borders to the rims; hallmarked to waist
Silver weight: 82gr
Height: 10cm

 60-120

125
A GROUP OF FOUR MIXED STERLING SILVER SPOONS
Late 18th to 20th century, London, one Birmingham, various makers
Two Georgian Fiddle pattern and one King's pattern soup or serving spoons, and an early 20th century leaf pattern jam spoon; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 258gr
Length: 23cm and smaller

 100-260

126
A LARGE YOGYA .800 SILVER OVAL BOWL
1930s Java, with .800 mark and maker's initials A?
Of typical design with a broad everted pierced border and a serpentine rim, the lobed reserves profusely decorated with flowers, bursting fruits and addorsed peacocks, a hammered tray and raised on four ball feet; marks underside
Silver weight: 1090gr
Height: 10.5cm Length: 41cm Width: 30cm

 400-800

127
AN ITALIAN .800 SILVER OLIVE BOWL AND COVER
Post 1968 mark, with .800 standard and Alessandria 1387 mark with star
A spherical bowl with a fitted cover and cast finial, a blue glass liner and six olive picks with ball finials inserted into the interior rim; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 542gr (with liner)
Height: 15cm Diameter: 13cm

 200-400

128
A SILVER PLATED CUTLERY SERVICE & A QUANTITY OF OTHER PLATE
A forty two piece silver plated Sobema cutlery service for six people, with extra similar pieces, a quantity of over forty small demitasse spoons, shovels, cake forks and souvenir spoons, some sets, four mixed napkin rings and a small boat shaped pierced basket

 50-70

129
TWO VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PIN DISHES AND A LATER RATTLE
1876 & 1897, Birmingham, dishes; probably 1918, Chester, rattle
Heart shaped dishes, pierced and embossed in the Rococo revival manner, and an oval rattle with two bells and a bail attached, with a mother-of-pearl handle; hallmarked to all
Total weight: 48gr
Length: 11cm (rattle)

 60-80

130
THREE STERLING SILVER SOUP SPOONS, GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN
1802 London, 1802 Exeter, and 1839 Newcastle, various makers
Old English spoons, two initialled 'H' to finial; the Exeter spoon with a contemporary inscription below hallmarks; all hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 210gr
Length: 23cm

 80-160

131
A MIXED GROUP OF EIGHTY ONE PIECES OF CONTINENTAL .800 SILVER CUTLERY, PART GERMAN AND POLISH SERVICES, OTHER
Early to mid 20th century, German marks for Wilkens; Polish marks DK; other
Part services and a selection of filigree pickle forks and spoons, a petite Russian fork and a pair of sugar tongs; all hallmarked except the filigree items
Total weight: 3849gr

 750-900

132
A SET OF SIX STERLING SILVER TABLE KNIVES
1985 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Strickett & Loder
The hollow handled knives in Old English 'pip' pattern with the characteristic 'W' shaped terminal, concentric ribs near the throat, with steel blades; hallmarked
Total weight: 397gr
Length: 24.5cm

 80-120

133
A FINE EARLY GEORGE II STERLING SILVER SALVER
1734 London, with maker's mark for Edward Pocock
With an applied Chippendale rim enclosing a flat chased border with portrait medallions, Greek scrolls, leaf and scale forms, contemporary arms to a roundel, three curvaceous legs and hoof feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 693gr
Diameter: 28cm

 2200-3000

134
A FINE ORNATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL COMPORT
1890 London, with maker's mark J.N.M for Mappin & Webb
Repousse and chased throughout with portrait medallions to pierced reserves, floral and animal motifs, having a central oval section supporting a cut glass dish above a broad pulvinated border, four upward scrolling leaf and whorl feet with floral terminals; hallmarked to upper body
Silver weight: 1122gr
Height: 23.5cm Length: 38cm Width: 30cm

 5500-6500

135
A GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER 'BLOSSOM' JAM OR SUGAR SPOON
Post 1945, pattern 84
The rounded bowl with a lightly hammered finish, a tapering stem to a pendant floral motif; hallmarked underside to throat and presented in the original box, retailed through Georges, Melbourne
Silver weight: 21gr
Length: 12cm

 50-100

136
A LATE GEORGIAN SCOTTISH STERLING SILVER LADLE
1835 Edinburgh, with marker's mark for James McKay
A fiddle pattern ladle with an oval bowl; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 209gr
Length: 31cm

 500-600

137
A MIXED SET OF SIX VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
1862 and 1888 London, with makers' marks for Chawner & Co (two), and John Aldwinckle & Thomas Slater (four)
Fiddle pattern spoons, the terminals with various armorial; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 304gr
Length: 18.5cm

 100-200

138
A GROUP OF TEN GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
Late 18th to early 19th century, London and Birmingham, various makers
Two Old English spoons and eight Fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked to stems
Silver weight: 478gr
Length: 22cm and smaller

 200-280

139
THREE MIXED GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER DESSERT SPOONS
Early to later 19th century, London, various makers
Comprising a King's pattern spoon; an Old English pattern spoon; a fancy back, bright cut, bead edged Old English spoon; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 158gr
Length: 18cm and smaller

 80-120

140
A FINE AND ELEGANT GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1785 London, with maker's mark for Robert Hennell I
Of oval fluted 'oil can' form with a domed lid, a pear wood handle and silver tipped timber finial, bright cut and prick worked with festoons, borders and a central flammiform fringe and floral band; hallmarked with contemporary inscription underside, partial marks to lid
Total weight: 408gr Height: 16cm Width: 26cm

 1000-1200

141
A FINE LARGE EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER BASKET
1907 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns & Sons
A waisted faceted basket with applied shell, scroll and pendant decorations to the rims, a plain swing handle, and an applied engraved cartouche; hallmarked to foot, and handle; and retailer's stamp for Hardy Bros. Sydney
Silver weight: 1137gr
Height: 22cm Length: 32cm Width: 24cm

 2000-3000

142
A SMALL GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SIFTER SPOON
1818 London, with maker's mark for Josiah & George Piercy
A fiddle pattern spoon with a rollover terminal engraved with initials, the shallow bowl pierced with cross, dot and leaf forms; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 31gr
Length: 13cm

 50-80

143
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SERVING FORK
1856 London, with maker's mark, GA, for Chawner & Co
A Queen's pattern fork with a threaded edge and decorative pierced tines bright cut with trailing foliage and flowers, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 150gr
Length: 27cm

 180-250

144
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BEAD EDGED LADLE
1873 London, with maker's mark, GA, for Chawner & Co
The fiddle pattern ladle with a slightly oval bowl; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 275gr
Length: 33.5cm

 180-250

145
A GEORG JENSEN STERLING SILVER ACORN PATTERN TODDY LADLE
Post 1945, Acorn or Konge, originally designed in 1915 by Johan Rodhe
The elegant ladle with a tapering fluted handle and pierced finial, the bowl with a double pourer; with maker's stamp and standard underside to throat
Silver weight: 42gr
Length: 18cm

 150-200

146
A FINE PAIR OF ITALIAN STERLING SILVER CANDELABRA
Mid to later 20th century, stamped .925 with maker's marks for Settepassi, lozenge and rubbed shield mark, probably made at the Ponte Vecchio workshop, Florence
In the Rococo taste with four scrolling arms supporting sconces, the shaped stem with vegetal forms surmounted by a sconce and finial snuffer, raised on domed bases; hallmarked to base
Silver weight: 5585gr Height: 48.5cm

 4000-6000

147
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
1851 London, with maker's marks for H.J. Lias & Son
Thread edge fiddle pattern spoons, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 179gr
Length: 14.5cm

 80-120

148
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GRAVY LADLE
1782 London, with maker's mark for George Smith III
An Old English pattern ladle with engraved initials and an armorial to the terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 50gr
Length: 17.5cm

 30-50

149
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER GRAVY LADLE
1817 probably London, (panther head absent), with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn
A thread edge fiddle pattern and shell ladle, with an engraved armorial to terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 93gr
Length: 18cm

 30-50

150
A GEORGE I STERLING SILVER MARROW SCOOP
1723 London, with maker's mark, A below a crown, for Andrew Archer
A double ended scoop of typical form, hallmarked underside to the stem, with contemporary initials to the reverse of the larger scoop
Silver weight: 35gr
Length: 21cm

 120-160

151
A SET OF SIX GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS
19th century, London, various makers, WC, HS, GA
A set of heavy gauge thread edge fiddle pattern forks, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 522gr
Length: 19.5cm and smaller

 80-120

152
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SERVERS
1876 London, with maker's marks RM over EH for Martin Hall & Co
Heavy gauge servers finely engraved with heart shaped knots and a fish in the Elizabethan manner, feathered edges to the handles, with Rococo shell terminals, fine shell motifs also to the throats; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 286gr
Length: 29.5cm and 24.5cm

 900-1100

153
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1861 London, with maker's marks for Elizabeth & John Eaton
Heavy gauge thread edged fiddle pattern spoons, engraved with armorials, a crown issuing a flag, to the terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 346gr
Length: 31.5cm

 500-700

154
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1855 London, with maker's marks, GA, for Chawner & Co
The fiddle pattern spoons, engraved 'P' to the terminals, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 258gr
Length: 30.5cm

 400-600

155
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
1881 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Walker & Hall (John Edward Bingham)
Fiddle pattern spoons, with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside and with additional Walker & Hall banner mark
Silver weight: 94gr
Length: 12.5cm

 80-120

156
A SET OF SIX GEORGIAN AND VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE FORKS
1832 and 1838 London, with makers' marks for Adey Bellamy Savory (four), and Richard Britton (two)
The fiddle pattern forks, all with armorials underside to the terminals, a bull's head enclosed by wings, hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 484gr
Length: 20.5cm

 100-200

157
THREE ITEMS OF RUSSIAN .875 SILVER: TWO MINIATURE BEAKERS AND A COMPACT; AND A SMALL HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER PIN DISH
1908-1922 Kiev, with second Kokoshnik mark and maker's stamps for Israel Eseevich Zakhoder, two small bright cut beakers; a shell shaped bright cut compact, with Zolotniki 84 mark and rubbed assay mark; a small 1867-1922 Hungarian faceted silver dish, with dog head mark in lozenge
Total weight: 184gr (compact with mirror) Length: 8cm Width: 6.5cm

 110-160

158
A FINE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN
1821 London, with maker's marks for Paul Storr
In the Neoclassical style, a compressed footed basin with gadroons and shells to the rim, radiating gadroons to the lower body, and reed cluster high looping handles with leafy embellishments and mounts, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 476gr
Height: 9cm Diameter: 14cm

 2000-3000

159
A SET OF SIX GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TEASPOONS
1792 London, with maker's marks for Charles Hougham
Old English pattern spoons with contemporary engraved initials to the terminals; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 68gr
Length: 12.5cm

 80-120

160
A CRISP SET OF VICTORIAN DESSERT FORKS
London, with maker's marks for Robert Stebbings
Fiddle pattern thread edged forks, hallmarked underside to terminals
Silver weight: 343gr
Length: 18cm

 100-200

161
AN ANTIQUE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER HORS D'DOUVRES TRAY
Circa: 1900, Vienna, with dianakopf, maker's mark for Eduard Friedman
An oval tray with integral bracket handles cast with acanthus leaves, pierced motifs and cast festoons to the side, with fitted glass inserts with cut fan shaped bases, and a central insert with a star burst base; hallmarked to tray surface
Silver weight: 879gr
Length: 57cm Width: 31cm

 450-550

162
A GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM WINE GLASS
Circa: 1765
With a funnel shaped bowl, a double series twist stem to a conical foot with pontil, bearing a British Antique Dealers Association label underside
Height: 15.5cm

 200-300

163
THREE LATE GEORGIAN STIRRUP CUPS, A PAIR PLUS ONE
Circa: 1820s-30s
The cups with conical bowls and cut flutes, the pair with twin facet cut knops and flat cut stems, the single cup with a clear knop
Heights
: 18cm and 13.5cm

 100-150

164
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE VICTORIAN GLASSES
Circa: 1860-1880
Comprising a pair of wine goblets with moulded hexagonal baluster stems, a wine glass with a knopped stem, a conical cut wine glass with a baluster stem, compressed knop and a domed foot, and a small cut wine glass with annular and blade knops, one glass with a British Antique Dealers Association label
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-200

165
A PAIR OF HEAVY GEORGIAN CORDIAL GLASSES
Circa: 1810
The glasses with funnel shaped bowls upon facet cut stems to a substantial and polished circular bases
Height: 14.5cm

 100-200

166
A GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST WINE GLASS
Circa: 1760
With a funnel shaped bowl upon a straight double series twist stem to a plain conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 15.5cm

 150-250

167
TWO PLAIN GEORGIAN WINE GLASSES
Circa: 1760-1780
A bell shaped glass upon a straight stem to a conical foot with a rough pontil, and a trumpet bowl glass with a thick stem and a small air tear above a conical foot also with snapped pontil, latter with several chips to base
Heights: 16cm and 17cm

 200-300

168
A GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM ALE GLASS
Circa: 1760
With a slender funnel shaped bowl above a double series twist stem to a conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 19cm

 150-250

169
A GEORGIAN BELL BOWL ALE GLASS
Circa: 1760
The slender bell shaped bowl with a swollen knop upon a straight stem to a conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 18.5cm

 100-200

170
A GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM ALE GLASS
Circa: 1760
With a slender funnel shaped bowl above a double series twist stem to a conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 17cm

 150-250

171
A LARGE HEAVY GAUGE VICTORIAN DECEPTIVE GLASS
Circa: 1850
With a conical bowl with a blade collar, a short stem with as swollen knop to a plain terraced conical and near flat base, with a rough pontil
Height: 13.5cm

 50-100

172
A SET OF SIX SMALL VICTORIAN WINE GLASSES
Later 19th century
With cup shaped bowls with tapering slice cut collars to knopped stems and terraced conical bases
Height: 11.5cm

 50-100

173
A MIXED GROUP OF SEVEN LATE VICTORIAN PUB GLASSES
Circa: 1880-1900
Comprising a pair of 'wee dram' whisky glasses, a rummer glass, a pair of glasses probably for gin, and two other glasses, all with short stems to conical or domed bases
Height: 14cm and smaller

 100-150

174
A MONUMENTAL VICTORIAN GOBLET
Circa: 1840
With a cup shaped bowl upon a short ringed and waisted knop stem to a conical base
Height: 25cm

 50-100

175
A GEORGIAN COLOUR TWIST WINE GLASS
Circa: 1760
With a bell shaped bowl above a crudely twisted stem of Bristol blue enclosed by irregular white spirals to a conical foot
Height: 14.5cm

 150-300

176
A GEORGIAN GILDED WINE GLASS
Late 18th century
The facet and hexagonal cut bowl raised upon a faceted stem to a thick plain base, decorated with Neoclassical borders and festoons, in the style of the James Giles studio
Height: 15cm

 100-200

177
TWO SMALL VICTORIAN DECEPTIVE GLASSES
19th century
Comprising a facet cut bucket bowl glass with an annulated knop, and a small conical glass with twin compressed knops, both raised on conical bases
Height: 10cm and 8.5cm

 50-100

178
A LATE GEORGIAN BOBBIN STEM ENGRAVED CORDIAL GLASS
Circa: 1830
With a rose and foliage engraved trumpet bowl above a four knop bobbin stem to a conical foot, with a lightly polished pontil
Height: 14.5cm

 100-150

179
A GEORGIAN WRYTHEN DWARF ALE GLASS
Circa: 1760
In soda glass and of typical trumpet form with a short knopped stem and a domed foot with a rough pontil, profusely flecked with tiny bubbles and impurities
Height: 13.5cm

 150-300

180
A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN GOBLETS
Circa: 1830s
Of generous proportions with rounded bucket bowls with faceted collars and stems to stepped conical bases with polished pontils
Height: 17cm

 50-100

181
A MIXED GROUP OF VICTORIAN PUB AND RUMMER GLASSES
Circa: 1860-1880
Comprising: a half pint pub glass with stencil lozenge with crown and numerals 277 and interior measure in relief, two heavy rummers, and a later stem rummer, all with stepped conical bases
Height: 17cm and smaller

 100-200

182
A SET OF GEORGIAN/VICTORIAN GOBLETS, PLUS ONE SIMILAR
Circa: 1830s
The large cup shaped goblets, three with basal printie cuts and the other with slice cuts, all with waisted faceted stems to conical bases, one of the set of three with a 1991 Christie's label
Heights: 18cm and 17cm

 100-200

183
A MIXED GROUP OF FIVE VICTORIAN GLASSES
Circa: 1860s-80s
A pair of goblets, two heavy gauge rummers, one on a long stem, the other of stocky form, and an ogee profile cider glass with a blade knop stem, a mix of polished and rough pontils
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 50-150

184
A LARGE COLOURED GLASS GEORGIAN GOBLET
Circa: 1790
In lemon, with a slightly everted rim, a waisted conical base with knop to a conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 19cm

 200-300

185
A MIXED GROUP OF TWELVE COLOURED STEM GLASSES AND A DECANTER
19th to 20th century
Comprising five cranberry clear stem wine glasses of slightly differing size, three similar amethyst glasses, a feather light bottle decanter in light amber with a fluted decor to the body and three matching rope twist stem glasses, and one other
Height: 34cm (decanter) and 12.5cm (ruby glasses)

 100-150

186
THREE ANTIQUE TUMBLER STYLE GLASSES
Early to later 19th century
A facet moulded heavy gauge tumbler with an inverted lemon squeezer base, a facet based tumbler and a small moulded deceptive glass
Height: 10.5cm and smaller

 100-150

187
A MIXED GROUP OF FOUR VICTORIAN GLASSES
Circa: 1880
An ale goblet with a slice cut bowl and a polished pontil to the conical foot, and three moulded rummers with short knopped and blade knop stems, with stepped conical bases and rough pontils
Height: 19cm and smaller

 50-150

188
FIVE CUT AND ENGRAVED VINTAGE SHERRY GLASSES BY LIBBEY
20th century
Bell shaped glasses facet cut and heavily engraved with daffodil motifs upon swollen facet stems and circular bases with an engraved rope border; stencil mark of Libbey underside
Height: 12cm

 80-120

189
TWO VICTORIAN GLASS CELERY VASES
Circa: 1880s
Both finely cut and engraved, one of straight sided form with a knopped stem to a conical base, the other of baluster shape with a cut baluster stem to a starburst base
Height: 25.5cm

 80-120

190
SEVEN VICTORIAN GLASSES
19th century
Three heavy gauge stem glasses with facet borders and stems to blade knops and conical bases, two slice cut conical glasses with blade knops, and two slice stem glasses, one with a domed foot, the other conical
Height: 14cm

 100-200

191
A PAIR OF LARGE VICTORIAN WINE GLASSES
19th century
The moulded glasses with petal facets to the funnel bowls flowing to faceted stems and conical bases
Height: 20cm

 50-100

192
A PAIR OF LARGE VICTORIAN GOBLETS
Circa: 1860
Broad ovoid bowls on plain stems to conical bases with rough pontils
Height: 16cm

 50-100

193
A MONUMENTAL GOBLET AND A PAIR OF GOBLETS
A heavy gauge rustic goblet of ogee profile with a short swollen stem and conical foot, and a pair of tapering ovoid goblet with integral plain stems and thick bases, all with polished pontils
Height: 20cm and 15.5cm

 150-250

194
A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN RUMMERS
Circa: 1820s
Of elongated bucket and funnel form, with basal slice borders, an annular knop to one and a slightly conical base, and a blade knop to the other with a flat base, polished pontils to both
Height: 16cm

 100-200

195
A MIXED GROUP OF THIRTY SEVEN MOSTLY ETCHED DRINKING GLASSES
Late 19th to 20th century
Comprising two large beakers, four ship pattern beakers, a set of four stem wine glasses, two sets of six and a set of four small wine glasses; sets of six and four sherry or liqueur glasses, one other
Height: 14cm and smaller

 100-200

196
A GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM WINE GLASS
Circa: 1765
With a bell shaped bowl engraved with fruiting vines and a bird in flight, a double series twist stem to a plain conical foot with a rough pontil
Height: 16.5cm

 200-300

197
A GEORGE II PLAIN STEM BALUSTROID WINE GLASS
Circa: 1740
The bell shaped bowl with a tapering stem to a conical fold over foot with a rough pontil, with various trapped bubbles and impurities including one significant 'stone' to the bowl
Height: 15.5cm

 150-250

198
A TALL GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM WINE GLASS
Circa: 1760
The ogee profile bowl with an everted lip above a double series twist stem to a conical base with a rough pontil
Height: 20.5cm

 150-250

199
A DELICATE GEORGIAN OPAQUE TWIST STEM CORDIAL GLASS
Circa: 1800
With a conical slice cut bowl above a slender ring knop and a double series twist stem to a conical foot, with a polished pontil
Height: 13.5cm

 100-200

200
A PAIR OF GEORGIAN AIR TWIST WINE GLASSES
Circa: 1760
Elegant trumpet bowl glasses with spiral stems to domed bases
Height: 18.5cm

 200-400

201
FIVE MIXED ENGRAVED GLASSES, GEORGIAN AND LATER
Later 18th century to 20th century
A Georgian barley and hops trumpet ale glass with a rough pontil; two later Jacobite-style glasses with rose motifs and opaque spiral twist stems; a later double knopped bell glass with a spiral twist stem with early Georgian-style Netherlandish motifs; an Australian themed stem cup dated 1927
Height: 18cm and smaller

 200-300

202
FOUR MIXED STEM GLASSES, GEORGIAN AND LATER
19th century and after
A funnel shaped dram style glass with a rough pontil and tool marks, a conical glass with tiny 'stone' impurities and tooling, a small moulded liqueur glass and a later large balustroid bell shaped glass in the Georgian style
Height: 22cm and smaller

 100-200

203
A MIXED GROUP OF ANTIQUE GLASSWARE: A WINE GLASS RINSER, A MEASURE, CARAFE AND SALT CELLAR
Early 19th century to 20th century
A Georgian facet cut wine glass rinser; a squat, moulded, slice cut and ringed carafe; a scientific funnel with ounce and dram markings, crown and 'VIC' stencil marks; and a pressed lozenge shaped salt cellar on a stepped diamond base
Height: 16.5cm and smaller

 100-150

204
A FRENCH CUT CRYSTAL DECANTER
Mid 20th century
The ovoid decanter with an oval printie and navette cut stopper with a trapped bubble motif, decorated to the body with lens and slice cut patterns and etched grape vine motifs; a star cut to the base
Height: 24.5cm

 80-150

205
A VINTAGE OPALINE GLASS TABLE LAMP
Early 20th century
The baluster lamp with a frilled mushroom cap shade with a sprayed or stencil design in purple and borders of flowers and swirls in lemon and orange, purple and green colours with brown outlines
Height: 31.5cm

 200-300

206
A SMALL SIGNED FRENCH CAMEO GLASS LAMP
Early 20th century
The ovoid lamp in mottled ecru and orange colours overlaid with trailing hop flowers and leaves in deep aubergine colours, and raised on a trio of cobalt blue stilt legs; with a brass pierced mount to the top and original fittings; signed in cameo to the body
Height: 16cm

 150-300

207
A LARGE VENETIAN PURPLE GLASS DECANTER
Mid 20th century
A tear drop shaped bottle with a pulled honeycomb decor, central dimples, one face with a lion's mask, the other with a raspberry prunt, with aventurine inclusions to the prunts, base and elongated honeycomb stopper, with an oval Made in Murano paper label to base
Height: 44.5cm

 50-100

208
A VINTAGE SHAFT AND GLOBE GLASS DECANTER
Early 20th century
Of typical form with a slice cut neck and lappet lower section, the globe stopper of conforming design
Height: 34.5cm

 80-120

209
AN ART VANNES GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
A 'sundae glass' style vase with an undulating rim, six slightly curved long ribs to a waisted and lobed base; stencil mark of Art Vannes to lozenge underside
Height: 21.5cm

 80-150

210
A VICTORIAN MINT GREEN OPALINE GLASS LUSTRE VASE
19th century
The lustre with a shaped font and everted mihrab point collar decorated with enamelled lappets with birds, foliage and butterflies, the stem of knopped and baluster form with gilded fern decoration to a spreading base, with eight cut crystal arrow point prisms
Height: 32cm

 50-100

211
A DAUM PÂTE DE VERRE GLASS COVERED BOX
Circa: 1910
An unusual lidded box of square cushion form with a domed lid, internally mottled in shades of blue with yellow highlights; incised signature Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine mark
Height: 9.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 650-800

212
A SIGNED CARLO MORETTI RED GLASS DECANTER
Later 20th century
A bold tapering decanter with a large font to the upper body, a long neck with a black upturned collar and a globular black stopper, dusted and streaked throughout with aventurine inclusions, signed to the lower body, clear plastic label of Carlo Moretti and additional label Made in Italy underside
Height: 39cm

 100-200

213
AN ORANGE LEGRAS ET CIE 'MARGUERITES' VASE
Circa: 1920
The high shouldered spatter glass vase with an internal orange and yellow décor with an applied enamel medallion with white marguerites upon a blue ground, with polished pontil and enamel signature of Legras to lower body
Height: 23cm

 240-400

214
A TWENTY TWO PIECE CUT CRYSTAL DESSERT SET AND AN ADDITIONAL SET OF SIX BOWLS
Mid 20th century
Comprising a large shallow serving dish and one smaller, seven flat based bowls and thirteen smaller bowls, all with distinctive serrated scalloped rims, pineapple motifs and kite shaped cross hatched reserves, and another set of six cut dishes
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 28.5cm and all other smaller

 100-200

215
A MODERNIST DAUM ART GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The clear glass vase of organic stretched form with twin peaks to the short ends and central peaks to the sides, tapering to a narrow flat base and inscribed Daum France with the Cross of Lorraine
Height: 17cm Length: 58cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

216
FOUR FINE BOHEMIAN BRILLIANT CUT CRYSTAL WARES
Early 20th century
Comprising a platter with a silver plated rim, and cut with hobstars, a ruby flash plate with fan designs, stars and diamond patterns, a squat decanter with a facet cut ringed neck, cut mushroom stopper and profusely decorated to the body with floral motifs, and a deep sided bowl with a serrated undulating rim, diamond and fan cuts, a starburst to the base
Diameter: 30.5cm (platter) Height: 20.5cm (decanter)

 100-200

217
A LEGRAS ET CIE 'MARGUERITES' VASE
A clear glass waisted vase with a bulb like upper section and a lobed rim, in a mottled green enamel décor and boldly hand decorated with orange marguerites with foliage tendrils, abbreviated Leg. mark and acid marked Made in France underside, with polished pontil
Height: 15cm

 80-160

218
A MODERN CONTROLLED BUBBLE OVOID VASE
Mid 20th century
The heavy gauge vase in light chartreuse colours, with streaks of raspberry, amber and green to the lower body, with a graduated controlled bubble motif throughout, and a flat polished base, unmarked
Height: 16cm

 50-60

219
THREE ETCHED RUMMERS IN THE GEORGIAN STYLE, PLUS ONE
Early 20th century and after
Of generous proportions, the tapering glasses with an etched vine leaf motif to the rim with a slice cut motif below, raised on a blade knopped stem and a spreading foot with a rough pontil underside, from the estate of the late Stuart Rattle; and a champagne coupe with petal slices upon a faceted stem
Height: 14cm

 100-150

220
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CRANBERRY GLASS TRUMPET FRILL VASES
19th century
With undulating crimped rims and cased in clear stems with flat circular bases
Height: 22cm

 100-150

221
AN ANTIQUE BLOWN AND CUT GLASS DECANTER
Late 19th to early 20th century
A globular waisted decanter surmounted by a solid facet cut globe stopper, with slice cuts to the neck and lower body and a hobnail frieze, with a polished pontil
Height: 28cm

 80-120

222
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL MADONNA AND CHILD
Later 20th century
The frosted crystal figure supported on a square black glass base, engraved mark of Lalique France to side
Height: 37cm

 1000-1500

223
A FINE LALIQUE 'MESANGES' BOWL
Introduced 1931, model 420; post 1945 - pre-1978 Lalique France mark
A heavy faceted bowl with a narrow border of frosted small birds; engraved mark underside to rim of flat polished base
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 25cm

 1000-1500

224
A FINE LALIQUE 'JOSEPHINE' LAMP WITH SHADE
Circa: 1970
The frosted base of elegant square section reeded form, with a moulded swan motif to the mid-section and gilt metal plates, the complementary ivory shade with a pleated design to the canted corners
Height: 64.5cm

 1800-2800

225
FOUR ASSORTED GLASS VASES, VICTORIAN AND LATER
19th to 20th century
Two ruby glass vases with internal ribbed decors, applied rigaree to one and both with applied clear glass feet, a later ruby glass handkerchief point low vase with a fluted foot motif, and a mid century style toffee coloured basket vase
Height: 18cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 14cm (basket)

 50-100

226
A FRENCH SIGNED ACID ETCHED 'ANGEL FISH' GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The ovoid vase overlaid in silver and gilt with two angelfish swimming amidst reeds within a scalloped cartouche; signed to body
Height: 20cm

 140-200

227
AN ART VANNES CLEAR GLASS VASE
Mid 20th century
The organic trefoil shaped tapering vase with a slight spiral twist; stencil mark of Art Vannes France to lozenge underside
Height: 17.5cm

 60-80

228
A SIGNED CHARLES SCHNEIDER MOULDED GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
A high-shouldered ovoid vase in modulating clear to flecked tangerine colours with a small waisted neck and bold interlocking clear and frosted prismatic forms throughout, the faint etched signature of Schneider to the lower body
Height: 22.5cm

 200-400

229
AN ART DECO VERLYS SMOKY GLASS VASE WITH A CHROME BASE
Circa: 1935
Of trumpet form, moulded and acid etched with a geometric design, and mounted on a circular stepped chrome base, etched signature, Verlys France to the interior base
Height: 17.5cm

 180-250

229a
A LARGE FRENCH OPALESCENT GLASS CHARGER BY PIERRE D'AVESN
Circa: 1930, signed D'Avesn and numbered 163
The moulded charger 'Oiseau de Paradis' featuring a fantastic bird amidst scrolling fern fronds and flower heads, in blue modulating to amber colours and signed and numbered in relief to the feathers verso
Height: 5cm Diameter: 37.5cm

 400-600

230
TWO HEAVY GLASS ICE BUCKETS AND ONE OTHER
20th century
Two heavy-based buckets, one with a basal diamond point border, the other facet cut to the base, with slice and incision cuts to the body, and a smaller narrow ribbed vase upon a waisted star burst foot
Height: 15cm and smaller

 100-200

230a
TWO FINE BRILLIANT CUT BOHEMIAN CASED CRYSTAL VASES
Early to mid 20th century
Two lobe edged trumpet vases with knopped lower sections and spreading bases, one flashed in cobalt blue, the other ruby, and superbly cut with spiralling and fan motifs, stars, hobstars and lenticles
Height: 28cm

 200-300

231
THREE ITEMS OF VICTORIAN GLASS: A CRANBERRY FRILL VASE, A SIMILAR COVERED JAR, AND A SATIN GLASS LAMP FRILL
19th century
A wavy rim trumpet vase with a bulbous base, internal rib and shell pinched rigaree; a jar with a honeycomb internal decor and an applied clear pincered frill; and an enamel decorated pink satin glass lamp frill
Height: 23.5cm (vase)

 30-50

231a
EIGHT LALIQUE GLASSWARES & A PAIR OF ORREFORS CANDLE HOLDERS
Post 1945 - pre- 1978 mark, Lalique; and later 20th century, Orrefors
A 1939 'Barsac' carafe, a 1930 'Champigny' champagne coupe, a set of six sherry glasses, and a pair of Orrefors 'Stella' candle holders; Lalique carafe and set of glasses engraved Lalique France, single glass with etched mark; candleholders marked 7 and Of
Height: 25cm (decanter)

 400-600

232
A LARGE GREEN GLASS DAUM NANCY BOWL
Circa: 1930s
The everted bowl with a bold roughly acid etched stylised fish and plant motif design, a polished pontil and etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorrain to foot rim
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32.5cm

 300-500

233
A SILVER PLATED CLARET JUG AND A GILT METAL CLARET JUG
Circa: 1900
A Robert Pringle silver plate mounted jug of lobed oval form with a plain collar and flat lid with stepped finial and a split tubular volute handle, cut to the body with flora and cross hatched patterns; the other of Prussian form with pineapple and chevron cuts, having a cast volute handle, engraved collar and small dome lid
Heights: 27cm and 23.5cm

 100-160

234
A CONTINENTAL ART NOUVEAU JARDINIÈRE
Circa: late 19th century
A waisted jardinière with a bulbous moulded rim with undulating shell motifs and four looping gilt handles, the foot rim of conforming profile, decorated to four reserves with poppies in salmon and green colours upon an olive ground; unmarked but with pattern number 9952 underside
Height: 25cm Diameter: 30cm

 50-100

235
A WEDGWOOD ART NOUVEAU SERVING PLATTER
1882
The transfer ware platter in Prussian green colours, centred with a maiden feeding a calf enclosed by reserved borders of ducks and chickens alternating with cupids and animals; impressed Wedgwood mark, three letter date code and potter's mark underside
Length: 42.5cm Width: 36cm

 100-200

236
A LARGE BLUE AND WHITE HERCULANEUM TRANSFERWARE 'OXFORD' PLATTER
Early 19th century, Staffordshire
A scenic view of Oxford with a fine 'Cherub Medallion' border with pairs of cupids in acanthus and shell medallions interspersed by wild roses and fruiting vines, underglaze mark, Oxford, underside and impressed numeral 20
Length: 52cm Width: 42.5cm

 100-150

237
A LARGE CARLTON WARE 'SWALLOW AND TREES' GINGER JAR
Production period 1928-1929, a variant of pattern 3279
In a pearlised pale blue grey colour with a fine pendant collar of tree foliage in cobalt and mauve colours richly scrolled with gilt, with birds in flight above a blue, mauve and tangerine rockwork and floral base, backstamp underside, no apparent pattern number
Height: 26.5cm

 400-600

238
A BOLD AMPHORA SECESSIONIST COMPORT
Circa: 1920, Czechoslovakia, pattern 3043
A dish with a crimped roll over black rim, sgraffito decorated in high glazed enamels over a textured matt ground with three birds in cartouches, the stem supported by bowed buttresses with enamelled ribs in plum, green and black colours to a domed base; backstamp and pattern number underside
Height: 19cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 100-200

239
A STRIKING BELGIAN BOCH FRÈRES KERAMIS VASE
Circa: 1930s, pattern D 2542, by Charles Catteau for L'Atelier de Fantasie
The ovoid crackleware vase with bold enamel flowers in turquoise, cobalt, orange and yellow colours upon an ecru ground, the neck and base in blue, with Keramis backstamp underside, pattern number and impressed marks
Height: 24.5cm

 200-400

240
FOUR SALT-GLAZED STONEWARES, ROYAL DOULTON AND OTHER
Early 20th century
In two tone treacle and buff colours with cream applications, two mugs (one with old rivet repairs) and a large coffee pot by Royal Doulton with topers and running dog borders; and a similar unmarked jug in the manner of Stiff & Sons, Lambeth; impressed and numerals underside to three items
Height: 25.5cm and smaller

 50-100

241
A STRIKING SECESSIONIST AMPHORA VASE
Circa: 1910
The vase in blue and yellow colours upon a cream ground with lobed and pierced elements, the stem with four long buttresses to a flaring base, impressed Imperial Amphora marks underside
Height: 32cm

 240-400

242
A MINTON IMARI COMPORT AND THREE MATCHING DESSERT DISHES
Circa: 1830s, pattern 2596 and marked 'Oriental Japan'
A lozenge shaped comport with looped handles, two square bowls and a shell shaped dish each with oriental rockwork, flora and a single bird, with prunus blossom to the borders and narrow reserved rims; backstamped 'Oriental Japan', M, and pattern numbers in red
Height: 22cm Diameter: 28cm (comport)

 150-200

243
A DOULTON LAMBETH POLAR BEAR BIBELOT
Circa: 1910-1920s, designed by Harry Simeon
A realistically moulded polar bear perched on a rocky outcrop peering into a pool, thickly glazed in modulating and drip glazed blue and grey green colours; the hand incised mark of Doulton Lambeth underside and decorator's mark NL
Height: 12cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 200-400

244
AN EDWARDIAN WEDGWOOD BLUE JASPERWARE BISCUIT BARREL
Post 1908
An ovoid barrel with silver plated mounts and a swing handle, typically decorated with a continuous slip frieze of Classical figures in a landscape; impressed marks of Wedgwood Made in England underside and letter 'H'
Height: 16.5cm

 100-140

245
TWO BELLEEK ITEMS, A COVERED JAM POT AND AN OPENWEAVE BASKET
1955-65, with 5th green backstamp, and 1980-85, with mark to banner
A jam pot in Shamrock pattern on a moulded basketweave ground, backstamp underside; and a four strand trefoil shaped 'Sydenham' basket with three applied roses; impressed mark to banner underside
Height: 11.5cm (pot)

 100-200

246
A GOUDA 'HARMONIE' JARDINIERE AND A DELFTWARE VASE
1926-1932 and other 20th century
The jardinière in the typical matte glaze with bold and deep foliate frieze, with mark of Harmonie, Gelria Arnhem Holland, and additional marks; and a small lobed double gourd delftware vase with floral sprigs; with mark of Royal Delft - Koninklijke Porceleyne Fles underside
Height: 23cm Diameter: 31cm (jardiniere) Height: 18cm (vase)

 100-200

247
FOUR BELLEEK TEA WARES
Mid 1950s, one item with fourth green mark, three items with fifth green mark
In 'Limpet' pattern and comprising a cup and associated saucer and two side plates of graduating size; backstamps underside and registration number 0857
Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 50-100

248
AN ORNATE MEISSEN WHITE AND GOLD PORCELAIN CABINET DISH
20th century, pattern 375/40 and inscribed Y55 and 33
The sixteen point dish profusely relief moulded with oak leaves to the rims, entwined tendrils and a floral and star motif to the centre, in burnished and matt gilt relief upon a white ground; blue crossed swords and additional markings underside
Diameter: 28cm

 50-100

249
A SMALL GOUDA BEEK VASE
Circa: 1920s
A compressed bottle vase with a long slender neck and foot ring, decorated with orange and green leafy forms between blue and orange chevron and dot borders upon an olive green ground, with underglaze pattern, decorator and factory marks underside
Height: 16cm

 60-120

250
A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN PORTRAIT VASES
Early 20th century
Of tapering ovoid form with waisted necks and bases, each thickly glazed and hand decorated with an Edwardian beauty, a brunette and a blonde fairy, flowers and insects to the reverse, one tan, the other salmon; unmarked
Height: 28cm

 50-100

251
A GROUP OF FOUR MEISSEN WHITE AND GOLD PORCELAIN TRIOS
20th century, various pattern numbers
The cup, saucer and plate sets, with gilded trims, two trios with lobed moulding, and two with moulded festoons to the cups, saucers and plates, with cross blue sword marks underside and various inscribed and painted marks
Height: 8cm (teacup) Diameter: 16.5cm and 20cm (saucer and side plate)

 50-100

252
FOUR GERMAN PORCELAIN TRIOS, MEISSEN AND OTHER
20th century
The two Meissen trios of identical moulded design, with festoons to the body and lobed rims, one with sprigs on a white ground, the other yellow and white, both with gilded trims; and a pair of powder blue and white moulded trios with floral reserves and centred with a loose floral arrangement; backstamps to all
Height: 8cm (teacup) Diameter: 16.5cm and 20cm (saucer and side plate)

 50-100

253
ELEVEN MIXED COALPORT AND CAULDON WHITE AND GOLD TEA WARES
Mid to later 20th century
A cake plate, three cups, three saucers, two side plates, a soup coupe and associated saucer, in Cauldon's 'King's Plate' (three), Coalport's 'Adoration', 'Hazelton', 'King's Plate', 'Queen's Plate', and 'Anniversary' (three items); backstamps to all
Diameter: 27cm (large plate)

 100-150

254
A GROUP OF FIVE GERMAN PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS, AND A RESIN NETSUKE
20th century, with maker's marks of Metzler & Ortloff, Thuringia, and other
Comprising three small fish ornaments, a penguin and a dragonfly, all with German factory backstamps underside; and a 'signed' resin netsuke of a man with a long beard
Height: 11cm (penguin)

 30-50

255
TWO VICTORIAN JAMES DUDSON WHITE EARTHENWARE JUGS
Mid to late 19th century, Staffordshire
Two compressed ovoid jugs with reserves of Gothic Revival relief moulding, with applied handles and pewter hinged lids; impressed mark of Dudson to one, the other typically unmarked
Heights: 17cm and 18cm

 50-80

256
A BOOTHS 'MOSAIC PANEL' COVERED POT, AND A SMALL TRAY
Circa: 1913-1918
A small covered pot with a fitted saucer and a small rectangular pin tray, decorated with reserves of exotic birds and flowers on a blue floral patterned ground; with backstamps underside
Height: 7.5cm (pot) Length: 21cm (tray)

 30-50

257
AN ENGLISH FACTORY NEO CLASSICAL PEDESTAL VASE
Circa: 1810
The trumpet shaped vase with two fine pearl bands, decorated with lacy gilt rims and borders, the body with two colourful fancy birds in a landscape, a basket of flowers to the reverse; unmarked
Height: 14.5cm

 50-100

258
A BOLD DANISH HERMAN A. KAHLER (HAK) POTTERY BOTTLE VASE
Circa: 1920s
Typically glazed with a thick molten matt and gloss glaze in cream and toffee colours in a freeform spiralling flame design dotted with incised circles and bright green 'eyes', incised cypher mark of HAK underside and impressed Danmark in circle
Height: 26.5cm

 300-400

259
A TRIO OF ROYAL DOULTON LITTLE GIRL FIGURINES
1934-35 years of release, retired 1988-1996, all designed by Leslie Harradine
'Dinky Do' pattern HN 1678, 'Tinkle Bell', pattern HN 1677, and 'Babie' pattern 1679; all with green backstamps underside
Height: 12cm

 80-120

260
A ROYAL DOULTON JUG AND TWO WORCESTER ROYAL CHINA WORKS PLATES
1880s (jug) and 1897 (plates)
An elongated ovoid jug with a bracket handle with purple hued chrysanthemums in enamel and gilt upon an ivory ground; two moulded plates with leafy borders and floral sprays on a blush ground; backstamps, impressed marks underside
Height: 25cm (jug) Diameter: 21cm (plates)

 100-200

261
TWO GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURES
20th century
A debutante (with repair) and a ballet dancer in a crinoline tying on her ballet shoes, in glazed and coloured biscuit porcelain, with backstamps underside
Height: 23cm and 21.5cm

 100-200

262
AN ENGLISH TIN GLAZED DELFT 'SACK' WINE BOTTLE
17th century
Of typical bulbous form with ringed rim, waisted base and strap handle, an underglaze blue cartouche, R&D 1644, and a white tin glaze; 'sack' was a type of fortified wine
Height: 19cm

 500-1000

263
TWO EUROPEAN PORCELAIN FIGURINES
19th to 20th century, one with crossed hockey stick marks, the other unmarked
A white glazed porcelain figure of a woman in 18th century attire well moulded and with restrained black, grey and gold enrichments, blue marks underside; a bright polychrome decorated male and female pair, she in a frilled dress, and he with a bright blue coat and lemon breeches, unmarked
Height: 24cm and smaller

 60-100

264
A MASON'S IMARI PATENT IRONSTONE COMPORT
1830-48 period
In 'Prunus Bush' pattern, the scallop moulded comport with a waisted base and twin leafy handles, decorated in muted imari colours of deep blue, iron red, salmon with gilt enrichments, the main pattern to the centre and sides and brocaded borders to the interior rim and base; backstamp underside
Height: 14.5cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 100-200

265
TWO VINTAGE NOVELTY CAT AND DOG FAIRINGS OR BON BON DISHES
Early to mid 20th century
In pastel coloured biscuit porcelain, small rectangular basket moulded dishes one with a yowling cat and the other with a lugubrious dog peeping over the edge; unmarked
Height: 6.5cm Width: 10.5cm Depth: 6cm

 40-50

266
A SIXTY SEVEN PIECE PARAGON FINE BONE CHINA 'STIRLING' DINNER SERVICE
1972-1981
Decorated with cobalt and patterned gilt bands and bronze pendant borders, comprising: twelve dinner plates, nine entree plates, fourteen saucers, twelve soup coupes, eleven butter plates, and nine cups (two as found) ; backstamps to all
Diameter: 27.5cm (dinner plate)

 300-400

267
AN ARZBERG 'LARISSA' FIFTY EIGHT PIECE DINNER SERVICE
Later 20th century, marked Germany pattern 49
A setting for six, comprising: dinner, entree plates, five side plates, tea and coffee cups with associated saucers, soup coupes and saucers, a coffee pot (small chip to spout), salt and pepper, sugar bowl and creamer, the cups with a fluted design and bronze trims, the plates with similarly decorated edges; backstamps underside
Height: 24cm (coffee pot) Diameter: 26.5cm (dinner plate)

 400-600

268
TEN MIXED ROYAL CROWN DERBY AND DAVENPORT IMARI TEA WARES
1870-1886 (Davenport); variously from 1901-1920, (Royal Crown Derby)
Comprising two cups and saucers in Davenport pattern 2614, and Royal Crown Derby patterns: 9021, 'Old Rich Imari' (trio); 2451, side plate; 1128, breakfast cup; and 6629 beaker; backstamps underside
Diameter: 15.5cm (plate) and smaller Height: 7.5cm (cup) and smaller

 100-200

269
TWO CLARICE CLIFF 'SPRING CROCUS' ITEMS, A BOWL AND CAKE PLATE
1937-48 period
Both decorated with pink, blue and yellow crocus on a cream ground, with pale green borders and centres; with Newport pottery stamps of period underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 23cm

 80-120

270
A MARTIN BOYD SHIP PLATTER
Mid 20th century
The platter with a scene of two 18th century tall ships in full sail, inscribed mark of Martin Boyd Australia underside
Diameter: 31.5cm

 100-200

271
A ROYAL WORCESTER 'TOBACCO LEAF' SUGAR BOWL AND CREAMER DUO
1962
In white with moulded and overlapping leaf motifs throughout, the bowl with twin leaf handles, the creamer similar; green backstamps underside to both
Heights: 9cm and 5cm

 40-60

272
A GROUP OF SEVEN MARTIN BOYD AND ONE GUY BOYD POTTERY ITEMS
Mid 20th century
Comprising two ramekins, a mug, cup and saucer and hand decorated with scenes, figures and indigenous motifs, inscribed with maker's name verso; the Guy Boyd plate with intaglio and painted Australian flora, incised Guy Boyd Australia underside
Diameter: 18.5cm (plates) Height: 10cm (cup) and smaller

 200-300

273
A FIFTY PIECE CLARICE CLIFF ORANGE BIZARRE 'AURA' DINNER SERVICE
Circa: 1934
Comprising: eight soup coupes with covers and saucers, four trios, four dinner plates and four shallow salad bowls, a gravy boat and saucer, plus one spare lid; with Bizarre Wilkinson backstamps underside
Diameter: 22cm (side plate)

 300-500

274
AN ANTIQUE GERMAN POLYCHROME DECORATED WALL PLATE
19th century, with indistinct signature and date to lower image
The hanging plate decorated with three figures, a minstrel with his dog and two women in period attire, in a landscape setting
Diameter: 28.5cm

 100-200

275
A MARTIN BOYD 'DAVID COPPERFIELD' POTTERY PLATTER BOARD
Mid 20th century
The circular platter with a thick narrow everted rim, hand decorated with a scene, 'David Copperfield and the Waiter', incised Martin Boyd underside
Diameter: 29.5cm

 100-200

276
KOEKKOEK JNR, HERMANUS (1836-1909) (DUTCH SCHOOL)
Sea scene from rocky shoreline
Oil on board, signed H. Koekkoek Jnr lower left, and housed in the original timber gilt frame; old auction or exhibition lot number verso
Height: 32.5 cm Width: 49.5cm (image) Height: 57cm Width: 74cm (with frame)

 3000-5000

277
POLISH SCHOOL (19TH - EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
Sigismund's Column, Castle Square, Warsaw Poland
Watercolour on paper, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 21cm Width: 14cm

 40-60

278
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b. 1929)
Horse racing (pair)
Acrylic on composition board, both signed Sperring, lower right, and lower left
Height: 10.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 100-200

279
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b. 1929)
Boatmen
Acrylic on composition board, signed Sperring lower left
Height: 29.5cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

280
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b. 1929)
'Green Island'
Acrylic on composition board, signed Sperring lower left; title verso
Height: 19cm Width: 29cm

 100-200

281
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b. 1929)
'Down in Woolloomooloo'
Acrylic on composition board, signed Sperring lower right; title verso
Height: 24.5cm Width: 34.5cm

 100-200

282
DEARN, DAVID (ACTIVE LATER 20th CENTURY)
Royal Mail House, Melbourne
Watercolour, signed David Dearn lower left
Height: 24cm Width: 24cm

 50-100

283
BALE, ALICE MARIAN ELLEN (1875-1955)
Female nude study
Pencil on paper, signed A.M.E Bale lower right, in a fine Art Nouveau frame
H:  74cm W:  38cm (image) H: 110cm W: 64cm (with frame)

 300-500

284
18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL
Portrait of a woman
Oil on canvas in an oval frame, unsigned, with later framing
Height: 55cm Width: 47cm (includes frame)

 200-400

285
EARLY 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL
Rural landscape with lake
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left, H.M? (possibly Horatio McCulloch) and housed in an antique timber gilt frame
Height: 26cm Width: 33cm (painting only)

 500-800

286
DEUTSCHER, STEVEN (b. 1947)
Hunting in landscape
Oil on board, signed and dated Deutscher '81 lower right
Height: 59cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

287
DEUTSCHER, STEVEN (b. 1947)
Two figures in bush landscape
Oil on board, signed and dated Deutscher '80 lower right
Height: 59cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

288
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b. 1929)
Farmhouse
Oil on composition board, signed Sperring lower left
Height: 59cm Width: 73cm

 100-200

289
AN ANTIQUE PRINT OF A LEMUR IN A BIRDS EYE MAPLE FRAME
1810
'A species of Lemur Volans suspended from the rambeh tree', by N Carden, published by W Marsden, in a substantial solid timber bird's eye maple veneer frame
Height: 27cm Width: 37.5cm

100-200

290
WILSON, JOHN (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'High Country Gums' (Shooter's Hill NSW)
Oil on board, signed John Wilson, lower right
Height: 58.5cm Width: 58.5cm

 200-300

291
KORTLAND, WIM (b. 1923)
'Yarra Valley'
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Wim Kortland 1984 lower left; with title, artist's name, biographical label and additional label with signature verso
Height: 59.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 200-400

292
SIMPSON, JOHN (ACTIVE 1970s), AND OTHER BY E. JANSEN
'Old Farmhouse'
Oil on composition board, signed Simpson lower right, label with artist's name, title and dated '77 verso, and; a small oil painting of an Australian rural scene
Height: 52.5cm Width: 81.5cm and other smaller

 200-300

293
MARSHMAN, PIP (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
'Arragannu Landscape'
Pastel on paper, signed Pip Marshman lower left, title verso
Height: 68cm Width: 98cm

 150-250

294
HARDY (20TH CENTURY SCHOOL)
Marine scene
Oil on canvas, clearly signed Hardy lower right, but bearing caption to frame, P. Ardi
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm

 100-150

295
TWO ENGLISH ANTIQUE ETCHINGS
R.W Arthur Rouse (1883-1927), 'On the Oxford Road, Thame Oxon', signed and titled to plate lower right and signed below image in pencil lower left; and 'The Old Curiosity Shop', signed indistinctly below image in pencil lower right
Height: 12.5cm Width: 17.5cm and smaller

 50-100

296
POLLAK, MAX (1886-c.1970) (CZECH/AMERICAN SCHOOL)
Young woman sewing
Etching and aquatint, with title and annotations in German, and signature of Max Pollak dated 1911 in pencil below image lower right
Height: 30cm, Width: 25cm

 100-200

297
PROUT, ANTHONY. A (b. 1946)
'The River Stour Dorset'
Watercolour on paper, signed A.A. Prout lower left
Height: 30cm Width: 21cm

 100-200

298
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL
Rural landscape
Watercolour on paper, signed indistinctly lower left
Height: 22.5cm Width: 30cm

 50-100

299
SOUTHERN, J. M (19th CENTURY WELSH SCHOOL)
'Morning in the Wood, Minter'
Gouache on paper, signed J.M. Southern 1880 lower right
Height: 27.5cm Width: 37cm

 100-200

300
SPERRING, ROBERT J. (b.1929)
Bush cabin, Bulla
Watercolour on paper, signed Sperring lower right
Height: 35cm Width: 48.5cm

 100-200

301
20TH CENTURY NORDIC SCHOOL
Fjord with boats and wood cabins
Oil on canvas, signed B Hil? lower right
Height: 64cm Width: 99cm

 300-400

302
CRAWFORD, RON (1915-1987)
'Chrysanthemums'
Oil on composition board, unsigned, certificate attesting to the authenticity of the work by John R. Perry verso, estate of the artist
Height: 45cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

303
WRIGHT, MARGARET (ACTIVE 1970s-80s)
'Blue Mountain Gum'
Watercolour on paper, signed M Wright lower right
Artist's label with title, and Lochie House Gallery stamp verso
Height: 27.5cm Width: 36cm

 80-120

304
HENSHAW, JUDY (b.1936)
'Bush scene - Mansfield'
Watercolour on paper, signed J Henshaw lower right
Height: 24cm Width: 33cm

 40-60

305
MATTHEWS, PETER (WORKING LATE 1960s-70s)
Farm sheds
Oil on composition board, signed and dated Peter Matthews '67 lower right
Height: 54cm Width: 67cm

 100-200

306
A WOOLLEN MEDALLION RUG IN THE PERSIAN STYLE
Profusely decorated with myriad geometric emblems throughout, featuring a coffee lozenge upon a large red lozenge decorated with floral and diamond motifs in a red, coffee and pale blue palette, the main border in navy with repeat stylised flowers and other motifs
Length: 239cm Width: 171cm

 50-150

307
A TABRIZ STYLE PERSIAN RUG
With a lozenge enclosed by a profusion of tendrils, floral and vase motifs in terracotta, beige, green and sky blue colours upon a black field, the main border with series of typical palmettes
Length: 244cm Width: 205cm

 50-100

308
A WOOLLEN TURKMEN RUG
With three rows of conjoined patterned Afghani tekke motifs in navy, red and white colours upon a ruby field enclosed by five narrow patterned borders in the same palette
Length: 300cm Width: 250cm

 300-500

309
A HAND KNOTTED TURKMEN RUG
With four rows of patterned Afghani tekke motifs in navy, red and white colours and secondary cross and star guls upon a ruby field, enclosed by wide geometric borders
Length: 350cm Width: 250cm

 300-500

310
A PERSIAN HERIZ STYLE RUG
With a central stepped bordered lozenge enclosing an herati motif and joining mirrored geometric forms in red and black colours upon an oatmeal field, with patterned and floral borders in muted tones
Length: 213cm Width: 133cm

 50-100

311
A PERSIAN HERIZ STYLE RUG
With a central stepped lozenge with stylised branched flowers, with diamond, cross, and various hook emblems and floral wheels upon a bordered red field
Length: 200cm Width: 140cm

 100-200

312
A KAZAK STYLE RUG
The tribal rug in beige, teal and navy colours with twin octagonal and hook motifs to the stylised floral navy field, with various geometric borders
Length: 204cm Width: 146cm

 100-200

313
A PERSIAN RUG
With a central medallion surrounded by a profusion of flowers, scrolling foliage and spandrels in beige, brown and cream upon a dusky red pink field, the main border with floral motifs
Length: 196cm Width: 131cm

 100-200

314
A CAUCASION TRIBAL RUG
With two rows of three conjoined stepped crosses with three branching floral motifs on blue upon a red field populated with vases, geometric motifs and animals, with patterned and floral borders
Length: 166cm Width: 120cm

 50-100

315
A SMALL RUG IN THE TURKISH STYLE
A geometric patterned rug in red, beige and navy palette, with a central Anatolian style diamond medallion with various hook borders upon a patterned field and flanked by triangular hook motifs and stars, with spandrels, and patterned borders
Length: 149cm Width: 95cm

 100-200

316
A SMALL KILIM
The flatweave carpet in dark aubergine, blue and deep orange colours with an allover tile motif enclosed by patterned and fret borders
Length: 131cm Width: 87cm

 50-100

317
A SMALL PERSIAN RUG
In grey, mushroom and tan colours with three conjoined lozenges with cross patterns, and hook borders, surrounded by various lozenge patterned borders, lattice patterns to the short ends
Length: 92cm Width: 66cm

 50-80

318
AN ART DECO FIVE BRANCH COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed Ezan
With a bold trumpet style stem decorated with applied glass birds and a moulded glass 'icicle' dish, a copper boss issuing arms supporting upturned conical shades with leaf motifs
Length: 65cm Diameter: 67cm

 2400-2800

319
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
19th century
A decorative chandelier with foliate elements, having a vegetal ceiling cup, a turned and spiral stem issuing five curvaceous arms with scrolls and leaf forms supporting multi-petal frosted shades
Height: 90cm Diameter 94cm

 1800-2200

320
A BELLE EPOQUE ORMOLU EMPIRE STYLE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1890
With a floriform ceiling cap and four long cast 'fabric' arms to a rose embellished boss and etched dish, eight upturned arms supporting frosted acorn style shades with etched designs
Length: 100cm Diameter: 82cm

 3800-4500

321
A SILVERED BRONZE THREE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, by Muller Freres Luneville, signed
With three delicate scrolling arms and a cast and pierced pointed trefoil frame with pendant supporting three downward spherical frosted shades with etched designs
Length: 70cm

 1000-1400

322
AN ART DECO COPPER AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s, signed Ezan
With a triple trumpet stem with rings and icicle motifs and five branches supporting upward low conical shades with dripping ice motifs
Length: 83cm Diameter: 84cm

 1400-1800

323
AN ART DECO SILVERED BRONZE FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Well cast with foliate motifs throughout, having a tapering stem with elongated knop to a trumpet and bowl issuing curvaceous arms with ornate bails each supporting downturned bell shaped frosted shades
Height: 68cm Diameter: 53cm

 1500-1800

324
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
The chandelier with tiers of crystal drops and beaded swags, with six scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 62cm Diameter: 46cm

 300-400

325
A BRASS AND OPALINE GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930
The mushroom dome glass shade with a shaped brass lower section suspended by three decorative chains and issuing scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 60cm Diameter: 52cm (Total chain length: 130cm)

 140-250

326
AN ART DECO GILDED BRONZE SIX ARM CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Richly embossed with flora throughout, a tapering stem to a bowl issuing shaped arms supporting downturned frosted glass conical shades
Height: 72cm Diameter: 64cm

 1800-2200

327
A SMALL FRENCH CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
The chandelier with tiers of crystal and turquoise drops and beaded swags, with five scrolling arms supporting electric candles
Length: 50cm Diameter: 37cm

 300-500

328
AN ART DECO COPPER AND OPALESCENT GLASS CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1920s, signed
In oxidised copper with a trumpet and dish form stem to a lower bowl with a cracked ice motif, five upward curving arms each dripping with icicles and supporting shaped and upward turned bowls with icicle encrusted rims and ribs
Length: 71cm Diameter: 71cm

 1000-1500

329
AN ART DECO CAST BRONZE ART DECO FIVE BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
With a decorative faceted ceiling cup with cast flora and stiff leaf details to an unusual concertina style stepped stem with knop to a bowl issuing five arching arms each supporting bell shaped frosted shades
Height: 81cm Diameter: 62cm

 1800-2200

330
AN ANTIQUE LOUIS XV STYLE CAST BRONZE LIGHT FITTING
Early 20th century
With a pierced decorative ceiling cup and three foliate curvaceous arms issuing three frosted glass frilled shades
Length: 43cm Diameter: 45cm (irregular)

 140-300

331
A VICTORIAN BRASS FLOOR LAMP WITH SHADE
19th century
A pole lamp with a cast embellishment to the mid point and raised on a gadrooned cup and a trio of acanthus embellished feet with whorl and bun ends; with an upturned frosted ribbed shade with an undulating rim
Height: 185cm

 100-200

332
AN ORNATE TIMBER GILT AND MOULDED HANGING MIRROR
The rectangular mirror with acanthus leaf flourishes to the cresting rail, a central shield, and profusely decorated to the corners and edges with embellished masks, musical, and hunting and nature morte trophies
Height: 160cm Width: 110cm

 300-600

333
A TIMBER GILT MANTLE MIRROR
The mirror with a double fluted frame and a Neoclassical shell and acanthus leaf crest
Height: 191cm Width: 146cm

 200-400

334
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY HALLSTAND
Early 20th century
An arching stand with a central splat enclosing a mirror and a relief carved floral roundel, seven double brass hooks, a small shelf and drawer, a rectangular fluted surround with finials for umbrellas and sticks, and square section legs to the base with metal drip trays; retailed through Tooronga Hall Antiques, Melbourne
Height: 209cm Width: 94cm Depth: 32cm

 300-500

335
A VICTORIAN STYLE MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE AND SIX MATCHING DINING CHAIRS
20th century, with two leaves and winder
The thumb nail and bullnose edge table raised on ball and reeded legs with toupie feet and porcelain casters, with matching balloon back chairs floral upholstered stuffover seats
Height: 76cm Extended length: 181cm Width: 100cm (table) Height: 89cm (chair)

 500-600

336
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN MAHOGANY GENTLEMAN'S AND LADY'S CHAIRS
Mid 19th century
The buttoned spoonback chairs with show frames, padded rollover arms and curvaceous supports with whorl terminals, serpentine stuffover seats to cabriole legs with ball feet and upholstered in ice blue green floral jacquard
Height: 97cm Width: 72cm Depth: 85cm (gent's chair)

 300-500

337
AN ANTIQUE OAK LADDER BACK CHAIR
Late 19th century
The square back chair with cylindrical supports, an arching crest and graduated mid-rails, a rush seat to legs with turned feet and united by multiple turned box stretchers
Height: 111cm Width: 51cm Depth: 44cm

 30-50

338
A FIVE PIECE DUTCH MID-CENTURY OAK DINING SETTING
Circa: 1950s
In the rustic manner, the solid dark oak table with shaped 'X' supports and an extended stretcher, four rush seat chairs having squared backs with arching crests and two matching mid rails, with square section legs and 'H' form stretchers
Height: 76cm Length: 153cm Width: 81cm (table)

 100-200

339
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE AND SIX LOUIS XVI STYLE MEDALLION BACK CHAIRS
19th century, table with three leaves
The table with bullnose edging above knopped and reeded baluster legs to toupie feet and casters, with six padded nail trimmed chairs with channel grooved frames, raised on tapering fluted legs and upholstered in tan velvet
Height: 72cm Length: 141cm Width: 110cm Extended length: 320cm (table)
Height: 96cm (chair)

 300-800

340
A FIVE PIECE LOUIS XV STYLE EXTENSION DINING TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS
The circular table with a fold out central extension having a floral relief carved shaped apron and cabriole legs, the four stuffover chairs of conforming style with shaped padded backs, channel grooved frames with carved crests and upholstered in cream jacquard with nail trim
Height: 77cm Diameter: 112cm (table) Height: 91cm (chair)

 300-400

341
A HENRI II WALNUT CREDENCE
Later 19th century
With a raised flat topped pediment, flanked by carved creatures and finials, a shelf with turned cup and fluted supports to a red and grey mottled marble top with plate rack, a pair of carved cushion frieze drawers, carved cupboards and an open lower section
Height: 186cm Width: 131cm Depth: 46cm

 500-700

342
A SMALL MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD LADY'S DESK
Early 20th century
The elegant desk with extended canted corners, profusely decorated to quarter veneer panels with flora, with similar decoration to the strung borders, spandrels and apron, a frieze drawer and raised on tapering strung cabriole legs
Height: 75cm Width: 81cm Depth: 54cm

 700-900

343
A LOUIS TRANSITIONAL XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Later 19th century
With a white marble top with canted corners, and seven bookend veneer drawers with contrasting borders, the shaped apron with drop and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast gilt bronze foliate mounts, pull handles and sabots
Height: 149cm Width: 63cm Depth: 27cm

 1200-1800

344
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD BED
Circa: 1900
An elegant rectangular bedhead with channel groove and stepped detailing to the crest, rounded corners, above quarter veneer panelling with banded and strung borders, raised on conical feet, with gilt bronze neoclassical ornaments, the end board similar
Height: 148cm Width: 161cm (bedhead)

 300-800

345
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BREAKFRONT BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
The bookcase having an extended central section with a concave pediment, a part wire front door, flanked by a pair of shorter narrow cupboards and raised on toupie feet, with elegant Neoclassical border trims, gilt bronze paterae, festoons and laurel leaf decoration
Height: 181cm Width: 143cm Depth: 50cm

 800-1200

346
A SUBSTANTIAL EUROPEAN OAK BOOKCASE DISPLAY CABINET
Early to mid 20th century
The cabinet with an extended architectural cornice with gadroons and flute moulding, a pair of glazed cabinets flanked by burr timber cupboards with portrait medallions in high relief, with rais-de-coeur and undulate moulding with dolphin and bird motifs and raised on monumental lion's paw feet
Height: 182cm Width: 245cm Depth: 55cm

 600-1200

347
A ELEGANT FRENCH WALNUT HALL STAND
Early 20th century
Of restrained Classical form with an extended pediment with a series of five brass hooks, an arched mirror flanked by panels and pairs of fluted pilasters, a small grey marble table above a single drawer, curved rails and a shaped base with drip trays
Height: 224cm Width: 130cm Depth: 45cm

 1800-2200

348
A FINE ÉMILE GALLÉ SIGNED ART NOUVEAU OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
In oak and walnut, the trefoil shaped table finely inlaid with flowers and tendrils and having an undertier of conforming design, supported on three shaped and channel grooved cabriole legs; inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 88cm Length: 66cm Width: 63cm

 1700-2200

349
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1900
The tables with three quarter galleries, a single drawer and an open compartment, having a shaped apron and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 71cm Width: 37cm Depth: 29cm

 300-500

350
A SMALL CHERRYWOOD REGENCE STYLE COMMODE
Circa: 1900
The commode with rounded edges, having twin small drawers above two long drawers all with shaped fielded panels, and embellished with bronze foliate pull handles and decorations, raised on stile feet
Height: 80cm Width: 92cm Depth: 54cm

 600-900

351
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XV STYLE MARQUETRY AND TULIPWOOD DESK
Circa: 1870s
The brass edged desk of serpentine profile, floral inlaid to the quarter veneer panelled top with contrasting ornamented and borders, the long frieze drawer similar, raised on slender cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 101cm Depth: 64cm

 800-1200

352
A HARDWOOD PARTNER'S DESK
Mid 20th century
The desk with a brown leather gilt tooled surface, the pedestals each with four drawers with brass swing handles and raised on plinth bases, cupboards to the reverse
Height: 78cm Width: 152cm Depth: 90cm

 500-800

353
A PAIR OF FRENCH MID-CENTURY VINYL COVERED ARM CHAIRS AND STOOLS
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tablet back buttoned chairs with deep padded seats, shaped timber arms and supports to short cabriole legs, the round stools with tapering slightly sabre legs, upholstered in block red and beige colours, one stool red, the other beige with contrasting sides
Height: 95cm Width: 62cm Depth: 65cm (chair)

 800-1100

354
A ROUND OCCASIONAL OAK COFFEE TABLE
Circa: early to mid 20th century
In mellow honey tones with a bullnose edge and raised on reeded edge cabriole style legs united by a shaped round hole to hole rattan undertier
Height: 57cm Diameter: 79cm

 50-80

355
A FRENCH LOUIS XV STYLE OAK EXTENSION TABLE
Circa: 1930s
A parquetry top table with serpentine edges and sliding extensions above a shaped apron and cabriole legs with carved knees and whorl feet
Height: 75cm Length: 140cm Width: 100cm

 600-1000

356
SIX FRENCH PROVINCIAL OAK AND RUSH SEAT CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
The shaped square back chairs with carved cresting rails, twin os-de-mouton mid rails, drop in seats, and cabriole legs united by turned 'H' form stretchers
Height: 99cm

 300-500

357
A GEORGIAN OAK FALL FRONT DESK WITH COMMEMORATIVE BRASS TRAFALFGAR AND ADMIRAL NELSON DRAWER HANDLES AND PLATES
Early 19th century
Having a fall front with lopers, a fitted interior with six small drawers, pigeon holes and a petite cupboard, with three cockbeaded drawers of graduating depth and raised on bracket feet
Height: 107cm Width: 97cm Depth: 51cm

 500-800

358
A GEORGIAN ROUND OAK TRIPOD BASED WINE TABLE
Circa: 1800
A vigorously figured rustic table with a plain squared edge, the turned pedestal having curvaceous splayed legs with blade edge spines and elongated pad feet
Height: 60cm Diameter: 82cm

 150-250

359
A LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a shaped cornice, canted edges, and a part glazed door with a book end veneer lower section, three shelves to the interior and raised on hipped cabriole legs, with ebony stringing, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 171cm Width: 75cm Depth: 36cm

 700-900

360
A SET OF FOUR WALNUT MEDALLION BACK FAUTEUILS
19th century
With channel groove and ribbon twist frames and carved ribbon crests, open arms, relief carved acanthus supports to bow front stuffover seats and fluted legs; with tapestry style upholstery
Height: 98cm Width: 68cm Depth: 62cm

 800-1200

361
AN OAK REGENCE STYLE GLAZED BOOKCASE
Circa 1930s
An arching cabinet with a moulded cornice, a pair of shaped and part glazed six pane cupboards with fielded panels to the lower section, three internal shelves, with bronzed pierced escutcheons and hinges, raised on cabriole legs
Height: 175cm Width: 113cm Depth: 43cm

 350-550

362
A NAPOLEON III MARQUETRY ROSEWOOD PIER CABINET
Circa: 1860s
With a flecked marble top above a floral decorated frieze, the single door cabinet with quarter veneer panelling inlaid with bouquets and tendrils, flanked with fluted columns, with stringing and brass trims throughout, raised on toupie feet
Height: 109cm Width: 79cm Depth: 38cm

 1000-1600

363
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ SECRÉTAIRE À ABBATANT
Later 19th century
With a red marble top, a concave frieze and a fallfront with a fitted interior above three further drawers, profusely inlaid throughout with flora and arabesques upon book end and quarter veneer panels, raised on small cabriole feet, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 133cm Width: 74cm Depth: 37cm

 1000-2000

364
A LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD ARMOIRE
Circa: 1900
The two door mirrored robe with four internal shelves and two small drawers, elegantly embellished with quarter veneer panels to the sides, stringing and cross banding throughout with restrained Neoclassical ornaments
Height: 228cm Width: 145cm Depth: 50cm

 600-900

365
A SMALL LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD KIDNEY SHAPED TABLE
Late 19th century
A small bow front occasional table having a mottled chocolate and white marble top above a pair of book end veneer panelled doors with contrasting coloured banding, the sides and back similar, raised on cabriole legs, with vegetal gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 76cm Length: 49cm Width: 32cm

 500-800

366
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
19th century, with three leaves and winder
The generous table in figured honey tones, with a bullnose and squared edge top with canted corners, turned and square section baluster legs with flutes, bun feet, brass caps and porcelain casters
Height: 77cm Length: 179cm Width: 120cm

 600-1000

367
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BARLEY TWIST STRETCHER-BASED TOILET MIRROR
19th century
The square framed mirror with twin arching barley twist supports upon trestle ends with cotton reel feet and finials, and united by barley twist stretchers
Height: 72.5cm Width: 49cm Depth: 33.5cm

 100-200

368
A FINE LARGE LOUIS XV STYLE PROVINCIAL OAK BUFFET
Early 19th century
The buffet of pegged construction with canted edges, three frieze drawers with pie crust channel grooved frames above two cupboards with shaped fielded panels, a simple flower motif to the centre panel, a shaped apron and raised on shaped stile feet, with the original iron locks and keys
Height: 115cm Width: 159cm Depth: 57cm

 800-1200

369
A CAST IRON TRESTLE BASED GARDEN TABLE
The supports of pierced floral and foliate design with an oval salmon coloured marble top with grey inflections
Height: 71cm Length: 135cm Width: 84cm

 100-200

370
A PAIR OF TURNED ENGLISH ELM COUNTRY RUSH CHAIRS
Circa: 1790
With fine figuration and patina, the peg constructed straight back chairs with turned spindles, box stretchers and ringed supports with 'eccentric' waisted and turned bobbin feet forming a cabriole style leg
Height: 94cm Width: 47cm Depth: 42cm

 400-500

371
A BROWN LEATHER RECLINING PEDESTAL CHAIR
In dark chocolate leather with a high back, padded arms over a timber frame and raised on a pedestal with five splayed timber feet
Height: 103cm Width: 78cm Depth: 83cm

 200-500

372
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN CAST IRON POT PLANT STANDS
19th century
Ornately cast in the Renaissance revival manner with mascarons to mock 'twig' galleries above shell and leafy scroll tripod supports to splayed feet, united by decorative undertiers
Height: 72cm

 100-200

373
A FLAME MAHOGANY AND GLAZED BOOKCASE
Mid 20th century
Of simple plain Classical style with a pair of cupboard doors with panelled lower sections and fitted to the interior with five timber shelves, raised on tapering square section legs
Height: 176cm Width: 128cm Depth: 36cm

 300-500

374
A QUALITY WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET IN THE NEOCLASSICAL STYLE
20th century
The cabinet having an extended architectural pediment with egg and dart border and flute and rosette motifs above a pair of eight pane bevelled glass doors, panelled to the lower section, with spandrel details and flanked by fluted pilasters, three glass shelves to the interior, the whole raised on toupie feet
Height: 183cm Width: 107cm Depth: 40cm

 400-600

375
A FRENCH PAINTED MARBLE TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1890
The round table painted in blue grey colours, with floral relief carving to the apron, feature medallions and swags, shaped husk carved legs united by stretchers to a decorated central ornament with carved motifs, with the original ochre coloured marble plate; purchased from Harlequin Antiques and Interiors
Height: 79cm Diameter: 70cm

 800-1200

376
A FIVE PIECE BENTWOOD AND CANE SALON SETTING
Circa: 1900
An ebonised setting comprising a three seat canapé with a circular and heart shaped back and scrolling arms upon tapering sabre legs with a box stretcher, the four chairs of conforming design, all with hole to hole cane seats
Height: 99cm Width: 138cm Depth: 66cm (canapé) Height: 93cm (chair)

 400-800

377
A VICTORIAN MIRROR BACKED MAHOGANY SIDEBOARD
19th century
The rectangular back with a cabochon and scrollwork crest, leafy embellishments to the sides, a curvaceous top with a conforming central frieze drawer above panelled cupboards, long fitted cupboards to the sides with above a plinth base, with key
Height: 174cm Width: 150cm Depth: 50cm

 300-500

378
A LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT TUB BERGÈRE
Early 20th century
With a channel grooved curvaceous frame with a floral carved crest and leaf details in relief, a decorated apron and raised on curvaceous legs with whorl feet, well upholstered in old gold shantung silk with double piping trim
Height: 78cm Width: 84cm Depth: 62cm

 100-200

379
A LATE VICTORIAN INLAID ROSEWOOD DAVENPORT
Late 19th century
In well figured timber, inlaid throughout with delicate arabesques and swag motifs, a galleried and fitted pen and paper compartment and the original tooled brown leather surface, the interior with two small drawers, a side cupboard concealing a series of drawers, faux to the other side, and raised on turned and reeded legs
Height: 87cm Width: 56cm Depth: 55cm

 300-500

380
AN EDWARDIAN NURSING CHAIR
Early 20th century
The tub chair with a padded crest above small shaped panels with Classical inlay and pierced decoration, a generous round stuffover seat above turned legs with porcelain casters, upholstered in pale gold lattice jacquard
Height: 65cm Width: 68cm Depth: 60cm

 50-100

381
AN EDWARDIAN INLAID PIER OR MUSIC CABINET
Early 20th century
With a shaped and inlaid rear gallery above a single door with a pair of marquetry panels with Classical decoration and a glazed panel below, with shelving to the interior and raised on a plinth base with brass casters
Height: 111cm Width: 54cm Depth: 36cm

 200-400

382
A LOUIS XV STYLE MAHOGANY BEDSIDE CHIFFONIÈRE
Circa: 1930s-40s
The small table with a serpentine profile with two drawers each with Limoges style porcelain plaques and raised on cabriole legs, with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 70cm Width: 40cm Depth: 28cm

 100-150

383
AN EDWARDIAN TIMBER COAL BOX
Early 20th century
The ebonised box with a three quarter gallery, panelled sides and fall front with a relief carved floral motif and an ornate brass handle, metal liner enclosed
Height: 59cm Width: 36cm Depth: 35cm

 50-100

384
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MIRROR BACKED SIDEBOARD
19th century
The sideboard with a square mirror with scrolling carved forms to the crest and sides, a pair of frieze drawers and lower cupboards with moulding detail flanked by carved corbels and pilasters above a plinth base
Height: 182cm Width: 110cm Depth: 50cm

 200-400

385
A FINE MAHOGANY GLASS DISPLAY CABINET
Mid 20th century
The elegant cabinet with serpentine glass sides and a pair of full length doors opening to three glass shelves, with bead and strapwork detail and raised on tapering square section legs, fitted with lights
Height: 168cm Width: 140cm Depth: 44cm

 600-800

386
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN WALNUT BALLOON BACK CHAIRS
19th century
The trefid crested chairs with relief carved embellishments, scroll and leaf form mid rails above serpentine stuffover seats and raised on curvaceous legs, with embossed light olive velvet upholstery
Height: 84cm

 150-300

387
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY PEDESTAL DESK
19th century
The desk with a tooled green leather writing surface, mitred edges and a stepped edge, three frieze drawers and pedestals each with three cockbeaded graduated drawers with turned handles above plinth bases
Height: 77cm Width: 122cm Depth: 65cm

 400-600

388
AN INLAID LOUIS XVI TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD CORNER BOOKCASE
Circa: 1900
With a marble top, canted edges and a fine diaper pattern to the frieze above a pair of glazed and floral inlaid quarter veneer panelled doors, similarly decorated to the sides, raised on cabriole legs, with cross banding, stringing and restrained gilt bronze mounts
Height: 122cm Width: 61cm Depth: 45cm

 700-900

389
A ROUND VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DINING EXTENSION TABLE WITH SIX CHAIRS
19th century, with one leaf and winder
The table with four knopped and flute carved legs terminating in brass caps and casters, with six Gothic inspired stuffover chairs with quatrefoil pierced splats and turned legs, with tan, brown and cream floral upholstery
Height: 78cm Diameter: 142cm Extended Length: 193cm (table)
Height: 86cm (chair)

 600-1000

390
A SMALL TAPESTRY COVERED FOOT STOOL
The stool with four cabriole legs with pad feet upholstered in floral handworked tapestry on a light olive field
Height: 26cm Length: 44cm Width: 33cm

 50-100

391
A VICTORIAN CEDAR CHIFFONIER
19th century
Of typical form with an arched back with applied scrolling detail and a shell and leaf crest, a serpentine shelf upon turned supports, an ogee profile frieze drawer above twin panelled cupboards and a plinth base
Height: 160cm Width: 107cm Depth: 46cm

 100-200

392
A VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT WHATNOT WITH PARQUETRY DETAIL
19th century
A fine three shelf whatnot with a three quarter fret gallery with finials, spiral carved and turned supports to a lower drawer and raised on bun and blade toupie feet with petite brass casters, with simple borders of harlequin diamonds in ebony and boxwood
Height: 110cm Width: 60cm Depth: 38cm

 300-400

393
AN ANTIQUE EUROPEAN OAK COFFER
Circa: mid 18th century
The narrow coffer with a fine patina, having a simple narrow channel and ribbed design to the edges of the lid and raised on trestle supports, with the original iron nails, shaped strapping, lock and hinges, with key
Height: 57cm Width: 120cm Depth: 42cm

 500-800

394
A SMALL OAK ARTS AND CRAFTS OCCASIONAL TABLE OR PLANTER STAND
Circa: 1920s
A square table with a shaped apron and angled tapering legs united by an undertier
Height: 75cm Length: 40cm Width: 40cm

 50-100

395
A GEORGIAN HALF ROUND MAHOGANY HALL TABLE
Early 19th century
The table with a square edged top above a single frieze drawer with a pair of cast brass ring pull handles and plates, raised on square section tapering legs
Height: 75cm Width: 129cm Depth: 63cm

 300-600

396
AN EDWARDIAN ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY CORNER CABINET
Circa: 1900
The cabinet with a shaped pointed crest and finial, a spindle gallery, shelf and a pair of mirrors, the extended lower section with a pair of panelled doors embellished in the Robert Adams manner above an open compartment and square section legs, with box wood stringing throughout
Height: 153cm Width: 66cm Depth: 34cm

 250-450

397
A VICTORIAN WALNUT THREE PIECE PARLOUR SUITE COMPRISING A CHAISE LONGUE, A LADY'S AND GENTLEMAN'S CHAIRS
19th century
The button back chaise of elegant curvaceous French form with a carved show frame, serpentine front, rollover ends and cabriole legs with porcelain casters, the lady's and gentleman's waisted chairs of conforming form; all finely upholstered in deep green velvet
Height: 93cm Width: 180cm Depth: 84cm (sofa)

 500-800

398
A SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE FIDDLEBACK CARVER
The chair with a shaped back and a large vasiform splat, curvaceous arms to a drop in upholstered seat, raised on cabriole legs with relief carved knees terminating in pad feet
Height: 73cm Width: 46cm Depth: 39cm

 100-200

399
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARQUETRY TULIPWOOD BOOKCASE
Late 19th century
With a mottled marble top above two shaped glazed and floral inlaid doors, quarter veneer feather banded reserves to the sides, a shaped apron, short cabriole legs and gilt bronze mounts
Height: 159cm Width: 100cm Depth: 38cm

 500-1000

400
AN ARTS AND CRAFTS OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1920s-30s
With a tray style framed top, tapering angled legs to an undertier with a three quarter gallery, the sides each with a trio of narrow splats
Height: 81cm Width: 70cm Depth: 45cm

 30-50

401
A LOUIS XIV STYLE OAK BUFFET
Late 18th to 19th century
The canted top above two relief carved panelled drawers and a small central drawer, two cupboards below with channel grooved shaped panels, with original steel locks and pierced brass escutcheons, a serpentine apron and raised on small curvaceous feet
Height: 120cm Width: 160cm Depth: 53cm

 400-600

402
A KIDNEY SHAPED PARQUETRY OCCASIONAL TABLE IN MIXED TIMBERS
20th century
The perspective cube parquetry top with stringing and cross banding, a small drawer, and tapering curvaceous legs to a conforming undertier
Height: 77cm Length: 74cm Width: 43cm

 200-300

403
A FINE ART DECO WALNUT EXTENSION DINING TABLE
Circa: 1930, with two leaves
An exceptional table with a superbly polished top and matching leaves, having canted corners relief carved with grapes, strawberries and bramble berries, raised on a striking tapering octagonal pedestal to an oak foot; provenance: purchased Capocchi Melbourne for $16,000
Height: 78cm Length: 158cm Width: 114cm Extended length: 308cm

 2500-4000

404
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD DESK
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine top and a deep brown leather surface above a keyhole front with three drawers, raised on hipped curvaceous legs, with cast gilt bronze foliate handles, trims and sabots
Height: 78cm Width: 137cm Depth: 78cm

 3000-5000

405
A SET OF SIX OAK LOUIS XIII STYLE DINING CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The high, arched and padded back chairs with stuffover seats, os-de-mouton legs and 'H' form stretchers, upholstered in watermelon sateen with nail trim
Height: 111cm Width: 49cm Depth: 55cm

 200-300

406
A SET OF SIX PINE AND RUSH SEAT COTTAGE CHAIRS
Early 20th century
The chairs with low arched cresting rails, turned spindles, and good quality solid rush seats, raised on turned legs with box stretchers
Height: 86cm Width: 42cm Depth: 46cm

 300-500

407
A SUBSTANTIAL EUROPEAN OAK PEDESTAL DESK
Early to mid 20th century
The dark toned desk with rais-de-coeur moulding throughout, vegetal relief scrolls to the drawer and portrait medallions in high relief to the burr cupboards flanked by further undulate scrolls with dolphins, raised on eight lion's paw feet
Height: 78cm Width: 170cm Depth: 80cm

 300-600

408
AN ANTIQUE EUROPEAN OAK STRETCHER-BASED TABLE
18th century
A narrow plank top table with square section legs united by an 'H' form stretcher
Height: 72cm Length: 160cm Width: 61cm

 400-800