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Fine & Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic 3144
ABN No. 97 663 528 760
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Sunday 16 September 2018
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 The Baker-Finch & Grech Collection of Perfume Bottles1-44
 Items of Interest45-77
 Clocks & Bronzes78-102
 Oriental103-172
 Silver173-240
 Glass241-287
 Porcelain – The Property of a Gentleman 288-335
 Other Porcelain336-398
 Paintings399-433
 Carpets434-453
  Mirrors & Lights454-466
 Furniture467-527

001
A CASED STERLING SILVER HEART SHAPED PERFUME BOTTLE
1896 Chester, with maker's marks for George Watts
The bottle finely engraved with leafy arabesques, with a vacant star cartouche, a plain globe screw top cap, thrice hallmarked to shoulders and cap, and housed in the silk and velvet lined hard case of issue
Length: 7cm

 300-400

002
A BOHEMIAN CASED GREEN GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE
Circa: 1860s
A teardrop variation flaçon, faceted and decorated in two tone gilt with roses and hail spots, with a hinged silver gilt repoussé lid
Length: 11cm

 250-450

003
A GEM SET SILVER CLAD PERFUME BOTTLE WITH SERPENT
1897 Birmingham, rubbed maker's marks
A cylindrical glass bottle with an encircling serpent studded with red paste jewels, an ornate turban and pointed hinged lid with a sapphire blue cabochon finial, gilt washed to the interior and having the original stopper; partial hallmarks to collar
Height: 11cm

 250-450

004
A PORCELAIN PERFUME BOTTLE, 'PROVENDER FOR THE MONASTERY' ATTRIBUTED TO MEISSEN
Circa: 1850-60
A Franciscan friar carrying a girl concealed in a wheat sheaf, with a butterfly stopper, with a blue asterisk mark to the base indicating a Meissen blank decorated at an outside factory
Height: 9 cm

 500-800

005
A CASED ART GLASS GILT DECORATED PERFUME BOTTLE
Circa: 1880s
The tear drop shaped opaline glass bottle in lightly speckled ombré teal colours with grapevine decoration in gilt, having a swirled hinged silver cap, gilt washed to the interior and with the original glass stopper, housed in the violet silk and velvet lined hard case of issue
Length: 10.5cm

 300-500

006
A GILDED CORNUCOPIA PERFUME BOTTLE ATTRIBUTED TO MOSER
Circa: 1880s
The elegant green glass bottle with shaped gilt collar decoration with enamel and gilt 'jewels', sprigged to the body in gilt and white, with a hinged brass turban cap, suspensory ring and chain
Length: 13.5cm

 250-350

007
TWO FINE ENGLISH NOVELTY PERFUME BOTTLES: A GLASS STRAWBERRY AND A REALISTIC PORCELAIN WALNUT
Circa: 1880-1900, walnut probably by McIntyre and Burslem Company
A realistic moulded strawberry with a hinged brass lid, chain and suspensory ring, and; a matt porcelain walnut with a silver hinged cap, stopper and chain, the latter illustrated in A. Walker 'Scent Bottles', p. 24
Length: 6cm and smaller

 300-600

008
AN INLAID ENAMEL STERLING SILVER PERFUME BOTTLE
1888 London, with maker's mark for Saunder & Shepherd
The tear drop shaped bottle decorated with a finely rendered posy of pastel roses in inlaid enamel, with a flat screw top lid, hallmarks to the upper body and collar of lid
Length: 7cm

 300-600

009
A PEACH BLOW GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS WEBB
1885 London, with maker's marks for Sampson Mordan & Co
Tear drop shaped and exquisitely decorated in the Japonisme style with trailing gilt paste prunus blossom in the manner of Jules Barbe; hallmarked to the sterling silver globular screw top lid
Length: 10cm

 300-600

010
A CHELSEA PORCELAIN 'TOY' PERFUME BOTTLE, 'CUPID ON THE DONKEY'
Circa: 1760
A cupid astride a braying donkey, with a quiver upon his back and holding a ribbon, with encrusted flora, floral stopper, concave base with dentil border and gilded bouquet mark, illustrated: Y. Hackenbroch, 'Chelsea & Other English Porcelain: Untermyer Collection', 1957, Plate 66, figure 129
Height: 9cm

 2000-4000

011
TWO GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES WITH BLUE RIBBON DESIGNS
Late 19th century
An overlaid waisted and fluted bottle with cobalt blue ribbons and an engraved turban lid, and; a small cylindrical bottle with an extended base and a brass screw top cap, with a vertical blue ribbon décor
Height: 9.5cm and 7cm

 50-100

012
A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN PAIR IN THE MEISSEN STYLE
Circa: 1860s, with Helena Wulfsohn Augustus Rex marks
The male and female figures exquisitely attired in floral skirts and frock coats, both with pug dogs under their arms, the heads and chains serving as stoppers, blue marks underside
Height: 8.5cm

 1000-2000

013
THREE VICTORIAN PORCELAIN PERFUME BOTTLES IMITATING SHELLS AND IVORY
1890 Chester, mark for Saunders & Shepherd to one; others contemporary
A relief carved and stained bottle in porcelain imitating ivory, in the manner of Worcester, with a foliate repoussé screw top lid, and; two realistic shells, attributed to McIntyre, one with a typical brass screw top lid
Length: 7.5cm and smaller

 250-350

014
A STERLING SILVER ENGRAVED PERFUME BOTTLE
1881 Birmingham, with maker's mark for David & Lionel Spiers
The rectangular bottle with a low domed diamond point hinged lid, finely bright cut to each facet, with the original glass stopper, hallmarked to body and lid
Height: 6cm

 250-450

015
A STERLING SILVER SPIRAL TWIST SHELL FORM PERFUME BOTTLE
1883 Birmingham, with maker's mark for David & Lionel Spiers
The 'screw shell' bottle with a conforming spiral twist screw top cap, gilt washed to the interior, hallmarked to upper body
Length: 7.5cm

 100-200

016
A NEAPOLITAN PORCELAIN FIGURAL PERFUME BOTTLE
Circa: 1860s
Finely modelled as a woman holding her cape and crinoline, with a skirt in floral and black striped patterns, and a puce and yellow bodice, the head serving as the stopper, blue crown and N mark underside
Height: 8cm

 300-500

017
TWO FRENCH GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES WITH CRUCIFORM LIDS
Circa: 1870s, with discharge mark to one
Tear drop shaped lay down flaçons, one clear and the other cased cranberry, with pierced silver gilt collars and decorative stoppers with chain attachments
Height: 11cm and 7.5cm

 350-450

018
A 'BIMINI' TYPE ART GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE, PROBABLY GERMAN
Circa:1920s-30s
A navette shaped bottle with a pulled feather decor in orange and blue green colours on white, with metallic ribbons and a long gold lustre glass dauber
Length: 7.5cm

 40-60

019
AN UNOPENED THROW AWAY 'OXFORD LAVENDER' BOTTLE
Circa: 1820s
A long slender cut glass vial with gilt decorations and having the original wax coating to collar and stopper, scent now evaporated
Length: 13cm

 80-120

020
A FRENCH SHIELD SHAPE HAND DECORATED PERFUME BOTTLE
Circa: 1850, mark of 'Oriot' to mount
Finely decorated to both faces with exquisite loose arrangements of flowers in polychrome colours upon a buff ground, with silver gilt hinged lid and suspensory bail
Length: 6cm

 300-500

021
A STERLING SILVER CASED TRAVELLING PERFUME BOTTLE
1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Clark & Sewell
The circular cushion shaped case embossed with angel's heads to the lid, after a painting by Sir Joshua Reynolds, side hinged and with hinged dome lid revealing the green glass bottle with original stopper within, rubbed marks to reverse
Length: 7cm

 150-250

022
A PORCELAIN FIGURAL PERFUME BOTTLE PROBABLY BY SAMSON OF PARIS
Later 19th century, bearing gold anchor Chelsea mark
Depicting a cupid holding a bow, with quivers upon his back and kneeling on a wine barrel draped with grapevines, the feathers serving as the stopper, painted mark underside, also marked '33'
Height: 8cm

 300-500

023
TWO GRAND TOUR PERFUME BOTTLES
19th century
With pierced ormolu collars and casing over red glass, one of square section form with a decorative hinged lid with a scene under glass of The Arch of Constantine, and; the other of globular pedestal form with a slightly faded Roman scene
Height: 9.5cm and 6cm

 50-100

024
TWO FRENCH PERFUME BOTTLES: MOTHER-OF-PEARL WITH ORMOLU, ENAMEL Second half 19th century
An ormolu mounted shell with a pierced collar and turban stopper, with chain and suspensory ring, and; a petite cobalt blue moon flask with floral decoration to cartouches and having a chatelaine attachment
Height: 6cm and smaller

 150-250

025
AN ART DECO 'CROWN TOP' FIGURAL PORCELAIN PERFUME BOTTLE
Circa: 1920, German
A jauntily posed Columbine figure in a white dress with pink roses to the skirt, a green bodice, ruffled collar and mauve buttoned cap, and holding a bouquet of roses on her shoulder surmounted by with a cast crown stopper, impressed mark 24627 to reverse, painted mark 119 underside
Height: 9.5cm

 250-450

026
A PARIS PORCELAIN SCENT BOTTLE
Circa: 1850, unidentified hallmark to collar
An octagonal lay down bottle with a scene of figures in a landscape to one face and formal Neoclassical designs in puce upon a pink ground to the reverse, with a beaded edge and a silver gilt turban engraved hinged lid, with original stopper
Length: 8cm

 300-400

027
A FRENCH DOUBLE OVERLAY SCENT BOTTLE WITH BOHEMIAN INFLUENCE
Circa: 1860s, with boar's head discharge mark to lid
The waisted faceted bottle with fine gilt decoration to each facet between pink and white borders, with a repousse silver turban hinged lid and the original stopper
Length: 9.5cm

 300-400

028
A GROUP OF SIX PORCELAIN PERFUME BOTTLES, ENGLISH AND FRENCH
19th century, including one with French boar's head discharge mark, and; 1894 Birmingham, with marks for Levi & Salaman
Two French miniature bottles with figural scenes and bail attachments, two cylindrical bottles with figures, one with a repoussé sterling cap; a cylindrical floral decorated bottle, and an egg shaped flaçon with a romantic scene
Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 100-200

029
TWO DRESDEN PORCELAIN PERFUME BOTTLES
Early 20th century
Oval flask bottles, one in cobalt with gilt floral decoration with a brass and enamel cap, and; a 'crown top' bottle with floral decorations in pink, blue and yellow to both faces; stamped and painted marks underside
Height: 6.5cm

 50-60

030
A SITZENDORF PORCELAIN FIGURAL PERFUME BOTTLE
19th century, after Meissen
Depicting a flirtatious shepherd and a reluctant shepherdess beside a tree, with a sheep and a tree top stopper in polychrome enamels, blue crossed marks underside
Height: 10cm

 300-500

031
A BOHEMIAN MIRRORED GREEN GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE IN THE MOSER STYLE
Circa: 1880-90
In clear and frosted ombré colours, with slice and lens cuts and enamel decorated flora and arabesques, a brass turban cap with typical embossed star design, chain and suspensory ring
Height: 9cm

 250-350

032
A GROUP OF FOUR COLOURED GLASS SCENT BOTTLES
Later 19th century
Two green glass cut bottles with push down lids, a double ended blue glass bottle with repoussé silver hinged and screw top lids, and a small bullet shaped bottle in red glass with a brass cap and bail
Length: 10cm and smaller

 200-300

033
A GROUP OF THREE PORCELAIN EGG PERFUME BOTTLES
Circa: 1880 Birmingham, with mark for Saunders & Shepherd; 1890 Birmingham, with marks for Charles May, other unmarked
An exquisite naturalistic egg by McIntyre (Saunders & Shepherd) and bearing the McIntyre registration number 20772; a floral decorated egg (Charles May); and a black and red spot egg with a screw top spiral cap top
Length: 4.5cm and smaller

 300-400

034
THREE VICTORIAN FACET CUT COLOURED GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES
Circa: 1880s
A double gourd facet cut deep green bottle with an ormolu repoussé hinged cap and stopper, an amber straight-sided bottle with a brass hinged lid and stopper, and a spherical red glass bottle with an ormolu cap, stopper, beaded chain and suspensory ring
Height: 9.5cm and smaller

 100-200

035
A BOHEMIAN OVERLAID PERFUME BOTTLE AND A SMALL OVERLAID ATOMISER
Circa: 1880s, 1920s
A lay down double overlay bottle in green and white colours over white with a screw top lid, and; an ovoid atomiser in cobalt and clear glass with flat lens cuts throughout and brass fittings
Height: 8.5cm and smaller

 50-100

036
AN ORMOLU AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL PALAIS ROYAL STYLE PERFUME ETUI
Circa: 1860s
A mounted closing shell with a central stem and bird finial opening to reveal the two original cut glass scent bottles in pierced holders
Height: 10.5cm

 150-250

037
AN ORMOLU AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL PALAIS ROYAL STYLE PERFUME ETUI
Circa: 1860s
With an umbrella arrangement of mounted shells and a floral and leaf finial, opening to a cut glass bottle in a pierced holder within a tendril style frame and a small ladder
Height: 15.5cm

 100-200

038
A PALAIS ROYAL STYLE OPALINE GLASS AND ORMOLU PERFUME GONDOLA
A decoratively mounted boat with mast, ropes, flags and knotted rope feet housing the original cut glass scent bottles in pierced holders
Height: 14cm

 150-250

039
SIXTEEN MIXED PERFUME BOTTLES
Comprising petit point examples with filigree mounts, a Limoges porcelain and glass bottle, a silver plate pierced chatelaine and other similar, two plain plated flasks, two mounted shells including one carved as a pineapple, various trinkets
Length: 7.5cm and smaller

 100-200

040
FOUR CLEAR CUT GLASS PERFUME BOTTLES, ONE A JEWELLED CHATELAINE
19th century
English, probably Dutch, one of spear head form with a hinged lid and rubbed silver stamp to mount, and; an Austro-Hungarian spiral twist cut bottle with a pierced and tooled gilt metal chatelaine attachment with enamel and paste 'jewels' in colours
Length: 10cm and smaller

 100-200

041
A STERLING SILVER PERFUME BOTTLE
1927 London, with rubbed maker's marks for Hardy Brothers
A straight-sided oval bottle with a hinged top, lightly decorated with ribbon dressed garlands, the enclosed glass bottle with original stopper, hallmarked to centre, lid interior, retailer's mark also for Hardy Bros Ltd
Height: 7.5cm

 80-120

042
AN IMITATION WOVEN RATTAN DOUBLE GOURD PERFUME BOTTLE
Mid 19th century
In woven twine replicating rattan and having a white metal hammered screw top lid, with the original glass stopper
Height: 7.5cm

 50-80

043
AN ENGLISH CAPSULE DOUBLE ENDED STERLING SILVER AND GLASS PERFUME BOTTLE AND ONE OTHER SILVER BOTTLE
Later 19th century, both unmarked
The double ended bottle with repoussé silver mounts, one hinged, the other screw top, and; a cylindrical engraved and embossed bottle with a push down cap, original chain and suspensory ring, with a faceted glass stopper
Length: 9cm and smaller

 150-250

044
A MIXED GROUP OF FOUR EDWARDIAN HOBNAIL AND CUT GLASS SCENT BOTTLES, AND ONE OTHER IN A GILDED MOUNT
Early 20th century, four with rubbed London hallmarks to mounts
Dressing table bottles with faceted globe stoppers, one with a pressed incuse rose stopper and housed in a metalware mount
Height: 13.5cm and smaller

 50-100

045
A CARVED MUZWILI WOOD PYGMY DOOR
From the Lozi people of Barotseland (Zambia) and relief carved to the single panel with animals and vegetation
Length: 113cm Width: 43cm

 100-150

046
A PAIR OF ADJUSTABLE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Of plain form with a turned everted nozzle, adjusting mechanism to the side and raised upon a well form base
Height: 19.5cm

 100-150

047
A FRENCH BRONZE DISH OR ASHTRAY BY ALBERT MARRIONET (1852-1910)
Circa: 1900, signed A. Marrionet to edge
Finely cast as a circular dish encircled by bramble berries, foliage and twigs, incised signature to edge
Diameter: 12cm

 80-100

048
A PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS AND METAL WARE TABLE LAMPS
Circa: 1920s-30s
Frosted globe shades with diamond and square shapes raised on a birdcage stem united by stylised floral motifs above a square textured base
Height: 40cm

 600-900

049
A PAIR OF BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Ribbed pillar sticks with sconces and raised on stepped circular bases
Height: 23.5cm

 50-100

050
AN ANTIQUE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX ICON OF ST NICHOLAS
18th to early 19th century
On a prepared timber panel, formerly with battens, depicting the saint in a typical three-quarter frontal pose in canonical robes with attributes of a bible with Church Slavonic script and the right hand in a gesture of blessing, in muted tempera colours with a gilt ground
Height: 32cm Width: 23.5cm

 1500-2000

051
A FRENCH BRONZE BANQUET LAMP IN THE CHINESE MANNER
Circa: 1900, Paris made
The lamp of bottle vase form with scrolling handles and an octagonal base with oriental cabriole feet, with mechanism to collar, glass chimney and ovoid semi op
Height: 73cm

 200-400

052
AN IVORINE CRUCIFIX IN A GILDED FRAME
Circa: 1900
The ivorine figure with gilded cross mounted upon a sage coloured velvet ground and housed in an arching frame with a bead border
Height: 31cm Width: 21.5cm

 50-100

053
A STERLING SILVER BIBLE COVER
1905 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Reynolds & Westward
A pressed image after Holman Hunt's 'The Light of the World' painting (1851-1853), with some tears to surround; hallmarked lower left
Silver weight: 9gr
Length: 11.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 50-80

054
FOUR VINTAGE BRASS FRENCH VINTNERS LANTERNS
Early 20th century
Two stamped 'Lampe Feutrée Olympe', one marked 'Lampe Feutrée Abeille', the fourth marked 'Lampe Pigeon', each with mechanism, handle and bulbous glass chimneys
Height: 24cm and smaller

 100-150

055
THREE CASED DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTOGRAPHS
1850s, American, with stamp of Kimball of 347 Broadway (New York) to one; other items contemporary
A Kimball photograph of a young man; a group of three children with hints of colour to their cheeks; a portrait of a woman, each with pinchbeck mounts and frames and housed in press moulded hard cases with decorative velvet lining
Length: 9.5cm (cased) and smaller

 200-400

056
A GERMAN 'SINGING BIRD' IN A GILDED CAGE
Mid 20th century, in the style of Karl Griesbaum
Two songbirds in red and yellow perched amidst foliage on velvet, with an ornate lobed base with relief ornamentation upon a textured ground and studded with red paste jewels, raised on four acanthus scroll feet, with winder mechanism to base and stamped Germany
Height: 25cm

 1000-1500

057
A GROUP OF THREE VINTAGE COPPER WARES: A EWER AND TWO VASES
20th century, with mark of Villedieu
A ewer with a high set scroll handle and two ovoid vases with trumpet necks and twin handles, stamped marks underside
Height: 34cm and smaller

 30-50

058
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH BRONZE AND GLASS WALL SCONCES
Circa: 1930s
Louis XV inspired sconces with scrolling wall mounts, twin shaped arms with spiral décor dishes and decorated with cut pear shape drops
Height: 26cm Width: 25cm Depth: 16cm

 50-100

059
A CASED VINTAGE E.LEITZ WETZLAR MICROSCOPE WITH ACCESSORIES
Circa: 1895/6, Germany and numbered 37473, retailed through N.H. Seward Pty Ltd, 'Optical House' Bourke Street, Melbourne
A brass microscope upon a horseshoe stand with eight additional eyepieces, and a box of glass lenses; housed in the timber box of issue
Height: 32cm

 200-400

060
AN ART NOUVEAU GOLDSCHEIDER TERRACOTTA BUST
Circa: 1900
An animated smiling woman with loosely coiffed hair and decorated with flowers, finished with a bronze patina, signed 'Cherc' with impressed cartouche marks for Goldscheider Vienna
Height: 36cm

 600-800

061
THREE MOTHER OF PEARL SHELL CAVIAR DISHES
Polished shells, one with silver plated ball feet and floral mounts
Length: 20cm Width: 17cm and smaller

 50-100

062
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH PORCELAIN AND GLASS TABLE LAMP
19th century
With an opaline glass mushroom style shade, chimney and original brass fittings, a two-tone amber and green clear glass font above a moulded porcelain stem with floral designs and a pierced brass base
Height: 57cm

 100-150

063
A FRENCH ART NOUVEAU TERRACOTTA FEMALE BUST
Circa: 1900
A smiling semi-clad woman, her head inclined to one side and grapevines adorning her hair, raised on a pedestal base
Height: 26.5cm

 100-200

064
A MIXED GROUP OF ANTIQUE COPPER WARES
Circa: 1900
A large pot with a bulbous lower register and a collar with stud joins and an iron swing handle, a large kettle with a stepped domed lid, and one other smaller kettle
Height: 29cm Diameter: 29cm (pot)

 100-150

065
A SWISS COPPER CHAMPAGNE BUCKET
Straight-sided with a rolled rim, twin ring handles to substantial brass mounts; mark of 'Spring' and made in Switzerland underside
Height: 21cm Diameter: 21cm

 80-120

066
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
Circa: 1900
The nesting group with steel handles
Height: 12cm Diameter: 24cm and smaller

 120-200

067
AN ANTIQUE COPPER MARMALADE POT AND ONE OTHER POT
Circa: 1900
A flat-bottomed pot with twin handles and a deeper straight sided pot with an iron swing handle
Height: 12.5cm Diameter: 38cm and smaller

 100-150

068
A SET OF SIX COPPER PAN COVERS
Antique covers with long handles and of various sizes
Diameter: 30cm and smaller

 50-100

069
A GROUP OF FOUR COPPER SAUCEPANS
Each stamped Art et Cuisine Metaux Ouvres - Vesoul, and having brass handles
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 120-150

070
TWO ANTIQUE COPPER MARMALADE POTS
Circa: 1900
The flat-bottomed pots with twin handles
Height: 13cm Diameter: 39cm and smaller

 100-200

071
A SET OF SIX COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting set with steel handles
Height: 12.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm and smaller

 150-250

072
SIX COPPER SAUCEPANS
A five-piece tin lined set by Les Cuivres, and one other
Height: 11cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 150-250

073
THREE VINTAGE COPPER WARES
Late 19th to 20th century
A jardinière with hammered decoration to the lower register, a copper and brass pitcher, and an oval hot water bottle
Height: 23cm Diameter: 32cm (pot)

 50-100

074
A GROUP OF MIXED ANTIQUE COPPER WARES
Later 19th century
A marmalade pot, two broad shallow pans, and two long handled flat sieve spoons
Height: 15cm Diameter: 41.5cm and smaller

 80-150

075
A SIX MINIATURE COPPER SAUCEPANS
Circa: 1900
A set of five plus one, with brass handles
Height: 5cm Diameter: 10cm and smaller

 80-150

076
A FINE ANTIQUE TABLE MUSIC BOX WITH AN INLAID WALNUT CASE
19th century
A crank and cylinder operated music box, playing twelve airs and having six ornate bells with enamel bee and butterfly strikers, play list to the lid;
provenance: retailed through Keith Harding Antiques, London, 'music box specialists'; sold at Christies 17th September 2002 as lot 238
Height: 23cm Width: 60cm Depth: 30cm

 4000-6000

076a
A FINE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF LADY HARRINGTON
19th century, unsigned
A rectangular half portrait of the aristocratic sitter attired in a white ruffled gown and strands of pearls, in watercolours on ivory, and housed in a brass easel back frame with title engraved verso; inscription on card beneath miniature also cites title, and the artist as Richard Cosway (but after)
Height: 17cm Width: 14cm

 300-500

077
A DIEPPE CARVED IVORY AIDE MEMOIRE
19th to early 20th century
The petite hinged booklet secured with a silver clip, with floral carved covers and a cartouche with crest and initials, JB, and seven ivory leaves
Length: 6cm

 400-500

077a
AN ANTIQUE PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A WOMAN
Early 20th century
The half portrait of an elegant attired Georgian lady in a plumed hat and a blue gown, in watercolours on ivory or ivorine; housed in a simple timber frame
Height: 12cm Width: 10cm

 200-400

078
AN ART DECO SEAGULL TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A spelter seagull in full flight over waves in dark pewter colours beside a mottled pink globular shade, on a mottled grey and white marble base
Height: 16cm Width: 20.5cm Depth: 9cm

 140-200

079
A PAIR OF ART DECO FAWN BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s
An opposite pair of gangly legged fawns in lustrous gold colours raised upon orange veined cream marble bases
Height: 13.5cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 150-250

080
AN ART DECO PHEASANT TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A pheasant in brightly coloured and lustred spelter beside a mottled pink glass globular shade and raised on a veined cream marble base
Height: 13cm Width: 26cm Depth: 9.5cm

 120-200

081
A FRENCH CARRIAGE CLOCK RETAILED BY DRUMMOND & CO MELBOURNE
Early 20th century, with key
Having a corniche brass case with visible escapement, gong strike, and Arabic numerals to an enamel chapter ring, carry handle and hard travelling case of issue
Height: 13.5cm Width: 9.5cm Depth: 8.5cm

 400-600

082
A FRENCH BRONZE LOUIS XVI STYLE CLOCK WITH PORCELAIN PANELS
19th century, with maker's mark for S. Marti et Cie to mechanism, case stamped PH M 8132, with associated key and in working order
A waisted mantle clock with a porcelain urn surmount, mascaron and leafy embellishments, twin ram's head handles with husk wreaths and pendant fruits, the porcelain dial with pink bands, a windmill scene, and Arabic numerals to the chapter ring, the moulded base with a scenic reserve and leafy feet
Height: 30.5cm Width: 17cm Depth: 10cm

 600-900

083
A FINE SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU BRONZE MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with balance wheel mechanism and key
Depicting a cupid standing on books and toying with a cockerel serving as the finial on pagoda top plinth, an enamel decorated dial with Arabic numerals, applied spandrels and an undulate border, on a footed white marble base
Height: 20.5cm Width: 16cm Depth: 8.5cm

 400-600

084
A FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK WITH TRAVELLING CASE
Early 20th century, stamped France to mechanism
With corniche style case and swing handle, visible escapement and glazed to four sides, the face with Roman numerals, with key and hard case of issue
Height: 11cm Width: 8cm Depth: 6.5cm

 200-400

085
A FRENCH BRASS CARRIAGE CLOCK BY DUVERDREY & BLOQUEL
20th century, with lion passant trademark to mechanism
With corniche style case and swing handle, visible escapement and glazed to four sides, the face with Roman numerals, with key
Height: 12cm

 200-400

086
AN ART DECO SWAN LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A pair of lustred spelter swans flanking a gold banded lemon shade upon an oatmeal coloured marble base
Height: 13.5cm Length: 27cm Width: 9cm

 100-200

087
AN ANTIQUE GILT BRONZE CARRIAGE CLOCK
Later 19th century, purchased Kozminsky's Melbourne
The corniche case with bevelled glass and floral and leafy borders in low relief throughout, the dial with an enamel chapter ring with Arabic numerals and a central pierced decoration, striking on gong and with key, in working order
Height: 14.5cm Width: 9.5cm Depth: 8.5cm

 400-600

088
AN ORMOLU AND SÈVRES STYLE FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Marti et Cie
A drum head with an enamel dial and Roman numerals flanked by a child with his net and a shell, the shaped base with trailing water garden imagery in relief and a bleu celeste porcelain plaque with a painted sea life trophy, key and pendulum
Height: 25.5cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 13cm

 500-800

089
AN ART DECO SQUIRREL LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A spelter squirrel holding a nut beside a frosted globe shade in pale green and near white stripes with gilt bands, upon a mottled marble base
Height: 16cm Length: 27cm Width: 9.5cm

 100-200

090
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU CANDELABRA
19th century
Well cast and finely chased with two scrolling arms supporting festooned sconces, the stem with a bursting fruit finial, foldover acanthus leaf decoration and a domed base with leaves, pendants and husk borders
Height: 23.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-300

091
A FINE PAIR OF ORMOLU DOLPHIN CANDLESTICKS
19th century
Cast sticks with foliate sconces, serpentine dolphin stems and square bases
Height: 21.5cm

 200-400

092
AN ART DECO BRONZE FIGURINE BY JOSEF LORENZL (1892-1950)
Circa: 1930, Vienna
The gilt bronze figure of a nude woman holding a large bouquet of flowers and mounted on a white onyx base with a well forming a pin tray, signed Lorenzl to the bronze
Height: 18cm

 800-1200

093
A PAIR OF SPHINX BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1920s-30s
The patinated sphinxes raised on a stepped verde antico marble base and rear vertical support
Height: 15cm Width: 13cm Depth: 9cm

 200-400

094
A ROCOCO REVIVAL SILVERED BRONZE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
With Art Nouveau influences, having an enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute markings set within a waisted body of ornate cast and pierced form with an asymmetric crest, pairs of wings, and sweeping leaf and scrolling forms; the twin candlestick side pieces of conforming design; with pendulum
Height: 22cm Width: 30.5cm Depth: 14cm

 400-600

095
A METALWARE BUST BY GEORGES VAN DER STRAETEN (1856-1928)
Circa: 1890
The Belle Epoque 'Buste de Femme au Chapeau', depicting a modish smiling woman in a large floppy brimmed hat, mark of Van Der Straeten to the side and raised on a square portoro marble base
Height: 10cm

 200-250

096
A GILT BRONZE URN BY JOE DESCOMPS (1869-1950)
For Etling et Cie, and finely modelled with garlands and panels of Classical figures, signed Joe Descomps to panel, and Etling Paris to the base rim
Height: 31cm

 600-800

097
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, mark of Denière Matelin, Paris, to the dial
With an enamel dial with Roman numerals set within a plinth draped with a sea goddess holding an anchor resting on a shell with a paddle beside her, raised on a rectangular base with formal applied trims; no key or pendulum
Height: 41.5cm Width: 31.5cm Depth: 12cm

 400-500

098
AN ART DECO DEER TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A springing deer in lustred spelter beside an ice crackle frosted blue glass globular shade, on a veined and flecked grey marble base
Height: 16.5cm Width: 29.5cm Depth: 9cm

 150-200

099
AN ART DECO BIRD TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A gold toned bird with an upright tail beside a frosted cracked ice shade, upon a rouge and cream marble base
Height: 17cm Width: 21cm Depth: 9cm

 150-250

100
A PAIR OF BRONZE GRAND TOUR WARWICK VASES
Circa: 1820
Well cast with Classical masks in high relief to the body and twin vine knot handles, a foldover rim with an egg and dart border and raised on a waisted and fluted pedestal, the stepped black slate bases with restrained Neoclassical trims and lion's paw feet
Height: 22.5cm

 600-1000

101
A COPPER CLAD BUST OF 'CLYTIE' AND A MARBLE PEDESTAL
The large bust after the antique, in bronze coloured copper and weighted, with a dark grey marble pedestal, latter as found
Height: 183cm

 400-800

102
A BRONZE MODEL, 'PECHEUR', BY EMILE LOUIS PICAULT (1833-1915)
Circa: 1880
The large cast striding figure of a young fisherman carrying the tools of his trade over his shoulder and raised upon a circular base, with inscribed signature, E. Picault, to base and small title plaque
Height: 58.5cm

 800-1200

103
AN ANTIQUE LACQUERWARE BRUSH POT
Qing Dynasty, Qianlong period 1736-1795 mark
Well decorated in colours and lightly engraved to two reserves with a cockerel and its mate with red chrysanthemum, character script to the reverse, and further embellished with stylised flora, bats and daoist symbols upon an ox blood ground, six-character mark underside
Height: 16.5cm Diameter: 13cm

 600-800

104
A CHINESE JADE ORNAMENT
A pierced stylised floral ornament in celadon colours
Diameter: 5cm

 150-180

105
A CHINESE JADE PENDANT
A pierced shou medallion with twin chilong mounts in celadon colours
Length: 5cm

 150-180

106
A CHINESE JADE FANTASTIC CREATURE ORNAMENT
Conjoined top to tail carved chilong figures in flecked semi-transparent pale green colours
Diameter: 5.5cm

 150-180

107
A CHINESE SILVER DEITY FIGURE
The stylised figure with hands clasped within a deep tiered cloak with arabesque borders, unmarked and weighted
Silver weight: 103 gr
Height: 11cm

 100-120

108
A CHINESE JADE PENDANT WITH CORD
Of rectangular form, pierced and relief carved to both sides with a deity figure and peaches, attached to cord with green tassels, knots and clusters of seed pearl and coral beads
Length: 6cm

 300-400

109
A JADE RUYI WITH CORD
A head of auspicious lingzhi fungus and branchlets, in white jade flecked with amber colours, attached to a cord with tassels, knots and a cluster of seed pearls and red coral type beads
Length: 13.5cm

 1000-1200

110
A CHINESE SOAPSTONE FIGURE AND SEAL
The seated figure of an elderly fisherman, with fish in a wicker basket and draped over his shoulder, seal script to the base
Height: 10.5cm Width: 11cm

 50-100

111
A LARGE CHINESE STONE SEAL
Bi coloured deep amber and black carved stone, relief decorated to each face with figures in an auspicious landscape setting, with engraved characters to one face and seal script to the base
Height: 15.5cm

 200-300

112
A SMALL FAMILLE ROSE PORCELAIN BOOK
Decorated with a whimsical figural narrative featuring an animated child and an older child standing on a table with bouquet of flowers, with rectangular cartouche with script; bearing a Qianlong seal underside
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 80-120

113
AN ANTIQUE PORCELAIN BLUE AND WHITE PLATE
Qing Dynasty 1874-1908
A lobed dish with an allover design of flowerheads and delicate tendrils, in underglaze blue colours, Guangxu character marks underside
Diameter: 19.5cm

 100-150

114
A BALUSTER PORCELAIN POLYCHROME VASE
The quatrefoil cushion form vase with applied elephant head handles to the neck, decorated with quatrefoil cartouches enclosing birds amidst auspicious foliage and rockwork upon an emerald, pale blue and lemon diaper ground between magenta stiff leaf borders and lappets
Height: 25cm

 80-120

115
A CHINESE POLYCHROME DECORATED VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
Of ovoid form with a trumpet neck, decorated with continuous military processionals to the body and collar in red, puce, green and white enamels upon an oatmeal ground, between unglazed borders with applied brown chilongs; character marks to base
Height: 33cm

 100-200

116
A SOAPSTONE CARVING
A traditional scene of pavilions amidst pine trees in a sublime mountainous landscape, upon an integral base
Height: 8cm Width: 15.5cm

 50-70

117
TWO CHINESE JADE PENDANTS
A green jade bi-ring with archaistic motifs attached to a necklace with seed pod type beads, and; a rectangular white pendant with a guanyin holding a lotus in low relief, with a cord and bead attachment, small seal mark to lower right
Length: 7cm (white) Diameter: 5.5cm (green)

 400-500

118
A BOXED SET OF CHINESE STONE SEALS
Amber-toned shousan stone seals each relief carved with floral emblems of the four seasons, with character mark above each emblem and the reverse face with seal script, seal script also to the bases
Height: 15cm

 500-600

119
TWO VINTAGE IVORY NETSUKE FIGURES
Early to mid 20th century
A long-bearded deity figure and warrior carrying a sword, lightly engraved and inked in colours, with himatoshi and signatures underside
Height: 6cm and smaller

 100-200

120
A BLUE AND WHITE DISH WITH A TRANSPARENT GREEN GLAZE
Late Qing Dynasty, Guangxu mark 1875-1908
Profusely decorated throughout with writhing dragons chasing flaming pearls amidst fiery clouds, a narrow lappet border below the exterior decoration, underglaze blue character marks underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 16.5cm

 500-600

121
A CHINESE STONE SEAL
The rectangular amber flecked cream stone of roughly hewn appearance with text to one face and seal script in relief to an oval cartouche
Length: 7cm Width: 5cm

 200-300

122
A JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ BALUSTER VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Delicately wire worked in silver and depicting a songbird beneath flowering wisteria, upon a midnight blue black ground, with silver plated rims and deep green to the interior and base, unmarked
Height: 15.5cm

 300-400

123
A FINE JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Showa period, early to mid 20th century
The baluster vase with silver wire worked stems of white marguerites with foliage upon a brilliant opaque orange ground, with silver mounts to the rims, stamped 'silver' to lower rim
Height: 18.5cm

 600-800

124
A SIGNED JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A vase of ovoid form exquisitely wire worked and depicting a writhing dragon amidst trails of fire upon a midnight blue black ground, with brass rims, impressed crossed flags and character mark underside
Height: 9.5cm

 200-300

125
A PAIR OF JAPANESE CLOISONNÉ BALUSTER VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The mirror image pair delicately wire worked and depicting white chrysanthemum and other coloured blooms in a natural setting upon a subtle grey mauve ground, brass to the base and interior neck and rims, unmarked
Height: 15cm

 350-500

126
A MINIATURE DOLL'S HOUSE CHINESE SILVER TABLE WITH A JADE TOP
Late Qing Dynasty, workshop stamp and initials LW for probably Luen Wo
A two-tier table with a white and green flecked top, decorated with pierced scroll work to the apron and spandrels; workshop stamps underside
Height: 4cm

 100-150

127
A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A lobed ovoid footed vase decorated with two reserves, figures engaged in a narrative to one, and birds in a flowering blossom landscape to the other upon an exquisitely brocaded and tooled gilt ground between finely patterned borders; bordered gold cartouche underside
Height: 16.5cm

 500-800

128
A FINE SATSUMA BALUSTER VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912, with mark of Satsuma made and Shimazu family crest
Finely decorated with a figural narrative between sage type figures and others, in muted teal, terracotta and apricot colours with delicate gilded patterns between brocaded borders, bordered cartouche marks underside
Height: 31cm

 800-1200

129
A STRAND OF YUNAN RED AGATE BEADS AND A MATCHING BRACELET
Comprising seventy-seven beads of uniform size and colour with twin turquoise bead attachments, and a conforming bracelet
Length: 39cm (necklace)

 400-600

130
A JAPANESE BRONZE VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A high shouldered baluster vase with a small waisted neck engraved and gilt enriched with a flying ho ho bird, the body in modulating bronze and golden tones
Height: 20.5cm

 200-400

131
A CHINESE BOOK WITH JADE PLAQUES
Republic period, mid-20th century
Within hard covers, the eight jade plaques incised to both sides with antique script, seals, dragon and Buddha images in gilt; impressed seal marks to covers
Length: 23cm Width: 15cm

 600-800

132
A RED CINNABAR VASE
The baluster vase with a trumpet neck profusely carved throughout with a figural narrative scene in a garden and sublime landscape setting to the body between fret, lappet and stiff leaf borders and flora upon a diaper ground
Height: 25.5cm

 500-800

133
A DEEP RUSSET CINNABAR VASE
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
The baluster vase with a trumpet neck, carved throughout with a figural narrative scene in a sublime landscape to the body between arabesque borders and auspicious flora upon a diaper ground
Height: 23cm

 500-800

134
A PEKING GLASS BRUSH WASH
The small compressed ovoid wash carved in red over a near transparent ground, with a pair of chilongs, bats and a single shou medallion between key fret borders
Height: 6cm

 150-200

135
A BRIGHT YELLOW PEKING GLASS VASE
The baluster vase with water iris and butterflies in relief
Height: 24.5cm

 100-200

136
A VINTAGE CHINESE IMARI COVERED VASE
19th to 20th century
The high shouldered pot with a high domed lid and finial, decorated with four reserves with birds and flora; unmarked
Height: 18cm

 50-80

137
A BLUE AND WHITE BOTTLE VASE
Facsimile Qianlong type decoration with stiff leaf, arabesque and pendant fleur-de-lis borders to the neck and collar, a continuous rock, bamboo and banana tree scene to the body above lappet borders, apocryphal Qianlong seal mark underside
Height: 28.5cm

 1000-1200

138
A CHINESE JADE SNUFF BOTTLE
The pear-shaped bottle with pierced handles and stopper in rich bright green colours, housed in a display box
Height: 6cm

 500-700

139
A HERALDIC PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE
20th century
Replicating Qianlong porcelain with crest, famille rose and white moriage enamel decorations, with faux oriental marks underside
Height: 17.5cm Diameter: 20cm

 300-400

140
A SILVER ENAMEL HORSE ORNAMENT
20th century
A caparisoned horse with enamel decorations and turquoise and red agate jewels, upon a timber stand; stamped Silver .925 to belly
Height: 13cm

 100-200

141
A HUANG HALI WOOD BRUSH POT
Of plain near straight-sided form with a vigorously figured wood grain in mid and dark tones
Height: 16.5cm

 500-700

142
A JAPANESE THREE SECTION BOXWOOD INRO
Showa period (1926-1989), signed
Finely relief carved to both faces with the twelve animal zodiac symbols, each with black glass eyes, attached to a cord with a coiled snake netsuke and a small bead ojime
Length: 9cm

 200-300

143
A CHINESE PORCELAIN FIGURE
The standing male figure decorated in floral and patterned attire, holding a lotus ruyi terminating in a pod upon his head, and standing upon a moulded lotus base with applied flowers; unmarked
Height: 25.5cm

 200-400

144
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE CHARGER WITH DISPLAY STAND
In the Kangxi style and depicting a figure on a bridge in a sublime mountain landscape with auspicious pine trees and willows enclosed by a geometric patterned border; spur marks underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 46cm

 100-300

145
A ROSE MEDALLION DISH
Qing Dynasty, 19th century
Of generous proportions and decorated with six cloud shaped reserves with alternating figural narrative scenes and floral bouquets with birds and insects, upon a brocaded gold ground centred with a bird roundel, base unglazed
Height: 5.5cm Length: 36cm Width: 30cm

 150-250

146
A JAPANESE ORIENTAL CERAMIC VASE
Showa Period, 1926 - 1989
The ovoid vase with a broad neck, decorated with two shaped panels enclosing ho ho birds in fruiting pomegranate trees upon a blue dotted black ground embellished with flocks of swallows in red, tan and creamy colours, a red lappet border to the base; nine character painted mark underside; with timber stand
Height: 24.5cm

 50-100

147
A CHINESE YELLOW BRUSH WASH BOWL
Qing Dynasty, 1878-1908 period
Of cushion profile with an even yellow glaze, underglaze Guangxu mark underside
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 13cm

 400-600

148
A PAIR OF CANTON ROSE VASES
Qing Dynasty, about 1900
Baluster vases with trumpet necks having lug handles and applied chilongs to the collar, decorated with bird and insect reserves on a lemon ground embellished with scrolls and other stylised floral forms
Height: 26cm

 200-400

149
A JAPANESE BRONZE JARDINIÈRE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Of straight-sided form tapering to a waisted base, with trunk style handles issuing from fantastic creature heads, decorated to the lower body with engraved wispy tendrils and lotus flowers in applied colours
Height: 23.5cm

 150-250

150
A RELIEF DECORATED JAPANESE BRONZE VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
An ovoid vase with a waisted neck and base, the body decorated with four cast reserves with exotic birds, flower heads and arabesques upon a lightly textured ground, in russet bronze colours and with a bordered factory cartouche underside
Height: 22.5cm

 200-400

151
A JAPANESE BRONZE VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Of elegant plain form with a sweeping waisted neck and carinate collar with applied ring handles issuing from fantastic creature heads, a central band and tapering to a short base
Height: 24cm

 100-200

152
A PAIR OF CHINESE IMARI COVERED VASES
High shouldered vases with domed lids and finials decorated with floral designs to the body between patterned reserved borders, red tripod pot mark underside
Height: 34cm

 300-500

153
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK PLATE
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
Painted underglaze with a bird in flight surrounded by flowering plants, a border of fish scale decoration and five oval cartouches, each with sprays of flowers and blossom; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck
Height: 4cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 250-400

154
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK PLATE
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
Painted underglaze with two hummingbirds surrounded by flowering plants, a border of fish scale decoration and five oval cartouches each with two sprays of flowers and blossom, the reverse with scrolling spray; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck, Christie's Australia, 1 & 2 March 2004, Lot 203
Height: 4cm Diameter: 27.5cm

 200-300

155
A JAPANESE ARITA BLUE AND WHITE PORCELAIN BOWL
Edo period, 18th to 19th century
The lobed circular body with reserves of prunus blossom and pine trees around a rosette to the interior, scrolling tendrils to the exterior, six character Chenghua period mark to base
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 16cm

 600-900

156
A COLLECTION OF FIVE KOREAN STONEWARE POTS
Choson Dynasty, 15th-16th century
Of various forms and incised decoration; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 16cm and smaller

 200-400

157
A KOREAN BROWN GLAZE BOTTLE VASE
Choson Dynasty, 15th-16th century
The globular body with slender neck and everted rim; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 28.5cm

 300-500

158
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK BASIN BOWL
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
The deep body with everted rim, painted underglaze with mirror shaped cartouches of peonies, bamboo and cane baskets around a similar panel, all on a chequered ground, the rim with peonies, blossom and bamboo among fences, the reverse with small cartouches and scrolls; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck
Height: 9cm Diameter: 29.5cm

 3000-5000

159
A CHINESE BLUE AND WHITE SHIPWRECK BOWL
Late Ming Dynasty, early 17th century
Painted underglaze with reeds and lotus flowers; provenance: The Binh Thuan Shipwreck, Christie's Australia, 1 & 2 March 2004, Lot 183 (part)
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm

 150-300

160
A KOREAN BLUE AND WHITE VASE
Choson Dynasty, 17th-18th century
The globular body decorated with large stylized flowers and leafy sprays; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 21cm

 300-500

161
A COLLECTION OF FIVE KOREAN CELADON BOWLS
Choson Dynasty, 16th-18th century
Ranging from white to olive and dark green glaze, the largest with circular foot; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 8.5cm and smaller

 120-220

162
A KOREAN CELADON DISH
Choson Dynasty, 15th-16th century
The punch'ong pale olive glazed body with inlaid white slip bands of zigzag and concentric rings to the interior, six spur marks, the exterior with fragment from kiln accident; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Diameter: 14.5cm

 150-250

163
A KOREAN CELADON BOWL
Choson Dynasty, 16th-18th century
The olive green glazed body with five spur marks to the interior; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 7cm Diameter: 19cm

 150-250

164
A KOREAN CELADON BOWL
Choson Dynasty, 15th-16th century
With punch'ong dark olive green glaze to the steep sided body with inlaid white slip and concentric rings to the interior; provenance: from the Estate of an Australian diplomat assigned to South Korea in the 1960s
Height: 5cm Diameter: 12cm

 120-220

165
A CHINESE POTTERY FIGURE OF A TEMPLE WARRIOR
Probably Tang Dynasty
The standing, alert figure with clenched fist, knotted hair and moustache, dressed in armour and robe with traces of pigment
Height: 38cm

 1000-1800

166
A FINE CHINESE SHAN SHUI PAINTING
A sublime winter landscape scene en grisaille, in inks and wash, with two diminutive figures in orange and teal colours to a foreground pavilion, with various red seals and script
Height: 118cm Width: 40cm

 800-1200

167
A CHINESE ROSEWOOD MAH-JONG TABLE AND FOUR CHAIRS
20th century
The felt topped table with a carved fretwork apron and small drawers, raised on square section legs, with four corner chairs carved with fish motifs to the splats, with cross stretchers and cream cushions
Height: 77cm Length: 89cm Width: 89cm (table) Height: 87cm (chair)

 200-400

168
A CHINESE CARVED ROSEWOOD TRESTLE-BASED TABLE
Having a richly carved and pierced apron with grapevines and small creatures, similar decorated to the rollover ends and with shaped square section legs
Height: 82cm Length: 114cm Width: 45cm

 300-600

169
A CHINESE TIMBER AND MARBLE PLANTER STAND
A circular stand inset with white and grey marble, having a pierced apron and five shaped legs of waisted profile united by an undertier
Height: 80cm Diameter: 33cm

 100-150

170
A LARGE VINTAGE JAPANESE TANSU
20th century
Of typical rectilinear form with a series of timber slat and glass sliding doors with carved motifs, and small drawers with traditional ironwork hardware
Height: 88cm Width: 183cm Depth: 49cm

 500-800

171
A CHOBA DANSU IN PAWLONIA AND CYPRESS WOOD
Late Edo to early Meiji period 1860s
The merchant box of typical square form with two sliding doors and an arrangement of small drawers in mixed sizes, with iron work hardware.
Height: 70cm Width: 69cm Depth: 32cm

 200-400

172
A CHOBA DANSU IN PAWLONIA AND CYPRESS WOOD
Meiji Period (1868-1912)
A merchant box of typical square form with two sliding doors with floral ironwork handles, and an arrangement of drawers with iron work swing handles and other hardware.
Height: 60cm Width: 63cm Depth: 32cm

 180-250

173
TWO FINE VICTORIAN SETS OF SILVER PLATED FISH AND DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS HOUSED IN TIMBER CANTEENS
Circa: 1890s, both sets with keys
A finely cast and bright cut set of fish and dessert servers with knives and forks for six, mark of possibly George Waterhouse & Co. of Sheffield, and; a fruit set for six with mother-of-pearl handles by Hardy Bros, 1893 registration marks
Length: 30cm (fish Knife) and smaller

 150-200

174
A FOUR PIECE .900 SILVER TEA SERVICE
Early 20th century, x-ray tested for .900 silver, marked 'silver' to each
Of European baluster shape comprising coffee and teapots, a hinged sugar basin and a creamer, decorated in the Indian or South East Asian manner with repoussé, chased and bright cut floral decoration with Rococo elements
Silver weight: 3051gr
Height: 24cm and smaller

 1200-1500

175
THREE CASED SETS OF SILVER CUTLERY: STERLING SILVER AND PLATE
1936 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Arthur Price & Co (coffee spoons), and 1937 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Roberts & Belk (soup spoons)
Six sterling 'coffee bean' spoons; a stylish set of six sterling Art Deco soup spoons, and; a set of six Walker & Hall plated Art Deco fish knives and forks
Silver weight: 724gr (spoons only)
Various sizes

 300-500

176
AN INDIAN .960 SILVER FILIGREE BAG
Early to mid 20th century, x-ray tested as .960 silver
A rectangular bag of triangular profile beautifully worked with a spider's web arrangement of near circular panels centred with tiny stars, with a woven silver rope handle and a perfect row of beaded tassels to the lower edge
Silver weight: 456gr
Length: 13cm Width: 25cm

 350-450

177
AN INDIAN.960 SILVER FILIGREE BAG
Early to mid 20th century, x-ray tested as .960 silver
A rectangular bag of triangular profile beautifully worked with a spider's web arrangement of near circular panels centred with tiny stars, with a woven silver rope handle and a row of beaded tassels to the lower edge
Silver weight: 360gr
Length: 10cm Width: 21.5cm

 300-400

178
TWO INDIAN/ASIAN .970 SILVER BOWLS WITH ELEPHANT DESIGNS
Mid 20th century
Lobed silver bowls with six spiral slanted reserves with repeat repoussé floral motifs and centred with the image of an elephant breaking a tree branch; x ray tested, unmarked
Silver weight: 909gr
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 26.5cm

 400-500

179
A CALCUTTA TYPE .950 SILVER COFFEE POT AND A SUGAR BOWL
Early 20th century, both x-ray tested as .950 silver
A coffee pot with a domed lid and bird finial, a fantastic creature handle, and a repoussé and chased frieze depicting village life against a stippled ground between imitation 'coffered ceiling' panels with rosettes, and; a small bowl of similar design and raised on three elephant feet, the latter marked 'silver'
Silver weight: 1040gr
Height: 23cm and smaller

 700-900

180
TWO CALCUTTA STERLING SILVER TANKARDS AND TWELVE STERLING BEAKERS
Early 20th century, all marked sterling silver underside
Footed tankards repoussé and chased with continuous scenes of village life populated with figures, domestic animals and wildlife, shield cartouches initialled 'S', and; twelve small straight-sided beakers of similar design
Silver weight: 982gr
Heights: 14cm and 5.5cm

 600-800

181
A SIX PIECE ART DECO CALCUTTA STERLING SILVER COFFEE & TEA SERVICE
Circa: 1930s, marked Sterling silver
Comprising coffee and teapots and two pouring jugs or pots, all with ebonised handles, and a creamer and sugar basin, all with characteristic Calcutta style repoussé village life scenes with figures and wildlife upon a stippled ground
Total weight: 2559gr
Height: 20.5cm and smaller

 1100-1400

182
A 96 SIX PIECE SET OF THAI STERLING SILVER CUTLERY
Mid 20th century, x ray tested for .900-.925 silver
Comprising: 18 large knives, 18 large forks, 12 smaller knives and 12 smaller forks, 18 spoons, 12 tea spoons, soup ladle, serving spoons and two sets of salad servers, all with ornamented figural finials; marked 'sterling' to stems
Silver weight: 4790gr
Length: 25cm (knife)

 2000-2200

183
A FINE AMERICAN SILVER PLATE HOT WATER URN AND JUG
Circa: 1880s, with maker's mark for Hall Elton, Wallingford, Connecticut
Spherical with a fitted lid and sphinx finial, engraved borders, high set bracket handles, spigot, and supported on stag head mounts in high relief with stag legs and hoof feet, jug conforming, marks to lid of urn
Heights: 29cm and 13.5cm

 300-500

184
FOUR STERLING SILVER AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL FOLDING FRUIT KNIVES
1919-1937 Sheffield, various makers
Length: 12.5cm and smaller

 100-200

185
A CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER SPOONS WITH TONGS
1915 Chester, with maker's mark HEB/FEB for Barker Bros
Plain spoons with trefid terminals, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 98gr
Length: 12.5cm (spoons)

 100-200

186
A CASED SET OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER AND SILVER PLATE FISH SERVERS
Sheffield, with maker's mark for Aaron Hadfield
Crested rocaille moulded handles in sterling silver, the knife with a pierced blade with arabesque and sea creature design, the fork with four tines, hallmarked to ferrules, with registration and plate stamps to the blade, in the original Rowell & Co. of Oxford case
Length: 33.5cm and 25.5cm

 100-200

187
TWO CASED SETS OF STERLING SILVER FRUIT KNIVES
Sheffield 1914 and 1922
Sets of twelve comprising a solid silver set of plain handled sharp point knives, hallmarked to handles and blades, and; a set with hollow handles and thread and ribbon decorated edges, hallmarked to handles, steel blades
Total weight: 570gr approximately Lengths: 17cm and 16cm

 150-250

188
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER SUGAR BASIN
Circa: 1943, with kokoshnik and zolotniki 84 only
A shallow bucket shaped basin raised on three ball feet with a plain strap swing handle, bright cut floral engraving and a dated cyrillic inscription; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 186gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 400-500

189
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER MILK JUG
1882 Moscow, with zolotniki 84, unknown Moscow assay master, maker's mark rubbed
Of baluster form with a high scrolling handle and decorated with bright cut floral decoration and Pan Slavic patterns throughout; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 154 gr
Height: 11.5cm

 500-600

190
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER KIDDUSH CUP
1882-99, combined St Petersburg and zolotniki 84 marks, rubbed maker's mark
The small beaker with bright cut folk and Pan Slavic designs; hallmarked
Silver weight: 40gr
Height: 6.5cm

 200-300

191
A SET OF SIX RUSSIAN/HUNGARIAN .800 SILVER SPOONS
1872-1922 mark for Hungary and various maker's marks including KMH to bowl; .800 stamp and three-character cyrillic mark, letter P to stem
Fig shaped spoons with plain stems and wedge-shaped terminals
Silver weight: 196gr
Length: 15.5cm

 300-500

192
TWO RUSSIAN .875 SILVER KIDDUSH CUPS AND A SIMILAR ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CUP
1880-90, 1917-23 Moscow, with zolotniki 84, Kokoshnik to one; 1902 London
Both Russian pedestal cups with engraved designs, the English cup of campana shape with a stepped base; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 96gr
Height: 10cm and smaller

 100-200

193
A RUSSIAN .875 SILVER SPOON
Post 1958, hammer and sickle stamp with standard, maker's mark in Cyrillic
A gilt washed fig shaped spoon with a ringed and twist stem and an anthemion style finial; hallmarked to stem
Silver weight: 60gr
Length: 19.5cm

 300-400

194
A RUSSIAN NIELLO .875 SILVER SPOON
1847 Moscow, zolotniki 84, assay master AR, unknown Moscow master of 1845-50 period noted in G. Watts, 'Russian Silversmiths' Hallmarks', p.159
The spoon of typical fig shape with a gilded bowl, turned and knopped finial, niello arabesques to the reverse of bowl; hallmarked to stem
Silver weight: 61gr
Length: 18.5cm

 600-800

195
A MEXICAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT
20th century, mark of Eddie's retail silver shop, Mexico City
Of lobed urn shape with a carinate collar, domed lid and conforming finial, a long spout and curvaceous handle with insulators, raised on a circular pedestal foot; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 1096gr
Height: 27cm

 500-800

196
A MIXED GROUP OF TEN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
19th to early 20th century, London, Birmingham and one other
Includes floral engraved and engine turned examples; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 267gr
Assorted shapes and sizes

 100-200

197
A DELIGHTFUL GROUP OF ORIENTAL SILVER WARES: SEVEN TOURIST SPOONS, A MUSTARD POT, THREE NAPKIN RINGS, SMALL CUP
19th to 20th century, Japanese, Chinese, S.E Asian
All well decorated with oriental motifs; hallmarked
Silver weight: 241gr
Length: 13cm and smaller (spoon)

 100-200

198
A GROUP OF FIVE SILVER SALTS AND A SMALL STERLING CUP
Early to mid 20th century, Birmingham, Austro-Hungarian, American
Four Edwardian sterling silver salts including a pair, an Austro-Hungarian salt and a small cup by Whiting Manufacturing Co
Silver weight: 170gr
Height: 5cm and shorter

 50-100

199
A SMALL STERLING SILVER TRAY AND A SIFTER SPOON
1900 Chester (tray) and 1950 Sheffield
A gadroon edged long pen tray or similar, and a plain old English thread edged silver spoon; hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 186gr
Length: 22cm Width: 6cm (dish) Length: 17.5cm (spoon)

 50-100

200
TWO CUPS: VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER AND GERMAN .800 SILVER
1870 Birmingham, with maker's mark for George Unite, a footed cup with a double scroll handle, with a bright cut undulate border and pendants, hallmarked to upper body, and; post 1886 Germany, a cup with a double rib punctuated by foliate motifs; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 150gr
Height: 10.5cm and 6.5cm

 100-200

201
A STERLING SILVER TWO PIECE CRUET SET
1910 Birmingham, with maker's mark for James Deakin & Sons
A salt and a lidded mustard pot, both of three handled loving cup form with pedestal bases, salt with blue glass liner, hallmarked to upper bodies
Silver weight: 97gr (without liner)
Height: 5.5cm

 50-80

202
A MIXED GROUP OF NINE CONTINENTAL SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
19th to 20th century
Russian, Dutch, and Danish rings of various shapes and decoration, includes two pairs; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 254gr
Assorted shapes and sizes

 100-200

203
AN EASTERN 930 SILVER FILIGREE CIGARETTE CASE
Pierced and finely wire worked with foliate and heart shaped designs to both sides; unmarked
Silver weight: 116gr
Length: 9.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-200

204
A STERLING SILVER GRAVY BOAT AND MATCHING BOWL
1900 Chester, with marks for Nathan & Hayes; 1963 Sheffield, marks for Viners
Tripod footed and of plain form with scalloped edges; hallmarked
Silver weight: 239gr
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm (sugar bowl)

 200-300

205
A MIXED GROUP OF SIX ORIENTAL SILVER AND PLATED ITEMS: TWO BOXES, A BELL, SALT AND PEPPER POTS, BOWL
All profusely decorated, hallmarked except to small footed bowl and hinged box
Total weight: 320gr
Height: 13cm (bell)

 100-150

206
A STERLING SILVER CIGARETTE CASE AND A VESTA
1913 Birmingham, both items, with maker's marks for Henry Clifford Davis (case) and T.Heatley
A plain cushion form cigarette case, hallmarked to the interior, and; a bright cut floral engraved vesta and match strike, hallmarked to rim and hinged lid
Silver weight: 102gr
Length: 9cm Width: 8cm and smaller

 50-80

207
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER QUAICH AND A STERLING SCENT BOTTLE CASE
1893 London, with maker's mark for W. Comyns, a pierced foliate quaich with demi-figure handles, hallmarked underside, and; 1899 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Levi & Salaman, a pierced bottle case with a repousse romantic scene, hallmarked to lower body
Silver weight: 95gr Height: 11cm (perfume bottle)

 100-200

208
A FINE GILT WASHED VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER VINAIGRETTE
1853 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Alfred Taylor
Of lobed rectangular form with an applied unmarked shield cartouche upon a delicately engine turned striped ground, patterns and crimp work to the sides, the interior with a finely arabesque pierced grille; hallmarked to all components
Silver weight: 24gr
Length: 5cm

 250-450

209
TWO EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD CUPS
1906 Sheffield, mark for R&S; 1911 Birmingham, mark for J. Sherwood & Sons
Straight-sided beakers with simple 'C' scroll handles, both engraved with initials and hallmarked below the rims
Silver weight: 203gr
Height: 7.5cm

 100-200

210
A STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1969 London, with maker's mark for S.J. Rose & Son
Of plain baluster form with a footed base and scroll handle with a generous flat topped thumb rest and scroll terminal, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 328gr
Height: 13cm

 300-500

211
A PAIR OF LATE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS
1896 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Bradbury & Sons
In the George I style of plain hexagonal form with sconce and knopped stem to a stepped base, weighted with applied felt bases, rubbed marks to lower rim; crisp marks to the original removable dishes
Total weight: 973gr Height: 17.5cm

 400-600

212
A STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT IN THE VICTORIAN STYLE
1973 Sheffield, with maker's marks for EHP Co. Limited
With a domed lid and applied floral finial, the lobed pear shaped body engraved with floral motifs, a long curved spout, scrolling handle with spur and ivory insulators, and raised on anthemion and scroll decorated feet; hallmarked underside and to lid
Total weight: 1075gr Height: 23.5cm

 1000-1500

213
A LARGE TWIN HANDLED ITALIAN .800 SILVER TEA TRAY
20th century, with lozenge and maker's mark
With a cast Rococo border and handles and a fine plain tray, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 3380gr
Length: 71cm Width: 44.5cm

 1400-1800

214
A STERLING SILVER BOWL
1959 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Barker Bros Silver Ltd
A lobed dish with a flat base, hallmarked to interior tray
Silver weight: 467gr
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 400-600

215
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT AND A MATCHING TEAPOT
Circa: 1920-30s, mark of W.J. Saunders
The coffee and teapots of tapering hexagonal form and raised on flat conforming bases, with low domed lids and having timber scroll handles and mushroom finials, hallmarked to upper bodies
Total weight: 1147gr Height: 19.5cm and smaller

 800-1000

216
A STERLING SILVER SALVER
An elegant square quatrefoil shaped tray with pulvinated and channel grooved edging, raised on four stepped conical feet; hallmarked to interior
Silver weight: 830gr
Length: 30.5cm Width: 30.5cm

 600-800

217
TWO EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD CUPS
1912,1913 Birmingham, with makers' marks for Henry Clifford Davis and Patterson & Sons Limited
The straight-sided tapering cups with simple 'C' scroll handles, both with bright cut foliate engraving; one hallmarked to body, the other underside
Silver weight: 112gr
Height: 10cm

 50-100

218
A VINTAGE POLISH .800 SILVER MIRROR COMPACT
Post 1920, Warsaw, with silver standard and maker's initials Z.K
The lid with threaded radiating spokes from the engraved circular cartouche and embellished with two reserves of leafy arabesques, the underside with engine turned concentric circles, marked to the interior
Silver weight: 131gr (excluding mirror)
Diameter: 9cm

 50-70

219
A FINE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL ROSE BOWL
1832 London, with no maker's mark
The bowl with wavy spiral gadroons and flutes to the lower body and a counter clockwise similar design below the rim, and raised upon an ogee profile spreading foot; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 354gr
Height: 11cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 300-500

220
A STERLING SILVER TEA CADDY SPOON AND A PAIR OF PLATED TONGS
1804 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Samuel Pemberton
A Georgian bright cut caddy spoon with a gilt washed bowl and small fold over handle; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 8gr
Length: 12cm (tongs)

 50-100

221
AN ITALIAN .800 SILVER BOX
Mid 20th century, Florence, with lozenge and fascio mark
Of lobed form with a radiating reserves to the low domed lid with a lapis lazuli medallion, decorated with scrolling acanthus and flowers and raised on cabriole scrolling feet with leafy mounts, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 468gr
Height: 6.5cm Length: 17.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 250-450

222
A REFINED ITALIAN .800 SILVER OVAL BOX
Mid 20th century, .800 standard, rubbed lozenge and maker's marks
Of elegant low domed box with an even allover textured design to the lid with an applied turquoise floral finial in a leafy mount, raised on ball feet, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 329gr
Height: 7cm Length: 18cm Width: 12cm

 150-300

223
AN ETHIOPIAN WIREWORK SILVER BOX
Mid 20th century, tested variously for .94-.98 silver
A rectangular hinged box decorated throughout with 'tiles' of fan and scroll shapes, studwork, and a petite dome and finial to the centre, raised on small floriform feet
Silver weight: 991gr
Height: 8cm Length: 22cm Width: 13cm

 300-600

224
SIX EUROPEAN SILVER NAPKIN RINGS, FIVE SILVER TOURIST SPOONS
Late 19th to 20th century
A mixed group of miniature napkin rings, five Dutch, one German, and; mixed tourist spoons in sterling and .800 silver
Total weight: 91gr
Length: 11.5cm and smaller (spoon) Diameter: 3.5cm and smaller (napkin ring)

 50-100

225
TWO ETHIOPIAN .830 SILVER BEAKERS AND A MATCHING DISH, PLUS A SILVER DISH SET WITH AN OTTOMAN COIN
Circa: 1960s, Ethiopia with maker's mark of B.A Sevadjian
The small beakers and dish each embossed with Lions of Judah, hallmarked underside, and; a small dish centred with a coin, marked
Silver weight: 230gr
Diameter: 11cm (dish) Height: 6cm (beaker)

 100-150

226
A SMALL DOMED ITALIAN .800 SILVER BOX
Mid 20th century, Florence, with lozenge and fascio mark
A circular carinate shaped box with a domed lid, engraved throughout with acanthus leaves, three applied rose motifs to the edges, with a cupid finial; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 86gr
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 50-100

227
AN ITALIAN .800 SILVER BOX
Mid 20th century, Milan with lozenge and fascio mark,
Of rectangular bombé and cushion form with a low domed lid with a lapis lazuli cabochon, profusely engraved with arabesque foliage on a finely textured matt ground, four shaped feet and gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 301gr
Height: 6.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 11.5cm

 150-300

228
AN INDIAN SILVER HAND MIRROR
Early 20th century
Profusely embellished with arabesques, animals and figures climbing palm trees; unmarked
Length: 29.5cm

 50-100

229
A RECTANGULAR .800 SILVER BOX WITH ENGRAVED DEER DECORATION
Mid 20th century
The ribbed rectangular box, hinged and gilt washed to the interior, engraved to the lid with a prancing deer amidst foliage on a basket weave textured ground
Silver weight: 192gr
Height: 4.5cm Length: 9.5cm Width: 8cm

 100-150

230
A PAIR OF EASTERN SILVER CANDLESTICKS & TWO YOGYA SILVER DISHES
20th century
The small candlesticks profusely decorated with tight engraved and hammered decorations, a pierced Javanese dish with a floral border with lotus and other flora, the other of canoe shape with a hammered finish and undulate border; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 430gr Height: 3.5cm Length: 19cm Width: 13cm

 200-300

231
A MIXED GROUP OF .800 SILVER TABLE WARES
Late 19th to 20th century, Germany, Poland, Sweden
A petite German pedestal cup and saucer with bright cut decoration; a Polish 'Orno' Arts and Crafts Co-operative hammered salt scuttle with spoon, small vase; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 189gr
Height: 11cm and smaller Diameter: 8.5cm (dish)

 120-180

232
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOON
1814 London, without maker's mark
In shell and thread pattern with an initialled and crested terminal; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 193gr
Length: 30.5cm

 150-200

233
A CASED SILVER PLATE FISH SERVING SET IN THE AESTHETIC MANNER
19th century, with maker's stamp to blade for Walker & Hall
Ivory handled servers, the knife blade exquisitely bright cut and engraved with an aquatic scene above and below water, the five tine fork engraved with a fish; housed in the original velvet and silk lined hard case of issue
Lengths: 32cm and 23cm

 80-120

234
25 STERLING SILVER CUTLERY ITEMS: GEORGIAN, VICTORIAN AND FRENCH
1813, 1814 London and after
Six dinner forks, four table spoons, three dessert spoons, three teaspoons in 'Shell and Thread' pattern by Eley & Fearn 1814, three other teaspoons, four forks, a French fork and spoon with export punch marks
Silver weight: 1546gr Length: 22cm and smaller

 700-1000

235
A STERLING SILVER SALVER PRESENTED TO EDWARD STACE SYMONDS ESQ. C.M.G, UNDER-TREASURER OF VICTORIA FROM 1857-1887
1885 London, with maker's mark for Martin, Hall & Co
A shaped bead edge and bright cut salver raised on ball and claw feet, with inscription to Symonds upon his retirement from officers of the Treasury; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1311gr Height: 4cm Diameter: 37cm

 1000-1500

236
A CHINESE SILVER CIGARETTE CASE, TWO BUTTON HOOKS
Late 19th to 20th century, Wang Hing & Co, other
A cigarette case with bamboo design in relief upon a textured ground, a Wang Hing & Co button hook with prunus designs, and a plated button hook with a dragon; hallmarked to two items
Silver weight: 190 (excluding plated hook)
Length: 10cm Width: 7.5cm (cigarette case)

 100-200

237
A FINE JAPANESE SILVER PARASOL HANDLE, AN ENGLISH STERLING HANDLE, AND OTHER
Meiji period 1868-1912, 1905 London
A weighted Japanese handle with applied wisteria decoration with touches of enamel colours, with jungin mark; a small English silver umbrella handle, and two others; hallmarked to two items
Length: 29.5cm and smaller

 100-200

238
STERLING SILVER WARES: TWO PAIRS OF SUGAR TONGS, A SALT AND SPOON
1795, 1813 London (tongs); 1873 (salt)
Two pairs of plain tongs, one with mark of George Burrows; a Victorian tripod-based bead edged cauldron salt, mark of Robert Harper, together with a Victorian bead edged spoon; hallmarked to all pieces
Silver weight: 96gr Length: 14.5cm and smaller

 100-150

239
A MATCHED SET OF GEORGE II STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS AND FORKS
1744 London, maker's marks for Jeremiah King, (four spoons); 1745, Samuel Roby, (two spoons); 1805 Edinburgh, maker's mark for James Orr, forks
The twelve Old English pattern pieces all engraved with a fleur-de-lis crests and the motto 'Fuimus' (we have); hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 740 gr Length: spoons 20.5cm, forks 21.5cm

 400-600

240
A VAL ST LAMBERT OVERLAID CHERRY RED CRYSTAL VASE
Of high shouldered tapering form with barrel cuts to the collar, slice cuts and small navettes
Height: 13.5cm

 100-150

241
A BOLD CAGE BLOWN GLASS VASE BY VERRIERES D'ART LORRAIN (DAUM)
Early 20th century, mark rubbed
In striking modulating iron red, orange and white tones, blown into a wrought iron strapwork armature, purchased by vendor at the Armadale Antique Centre for $2900
Height: 28.5cm

 800-1200

242
AN ELEGANT CUT CRYSTAL CLARET JUG WITH SILVER PLATED MOUNTS
20th century
Of gently tapering ovoid form with long cuts and a horizontal border of lens cuts to the lower register, a plain silver collar, cushion top lid and a flat strap handle, unmarked
Height: 25.5cm

 300-500

243
AN ART DECO 'PAVOTS' VASE BY PIERRE D'AVESN
Circa: 1930
A vase of ovoid form in deep amber orange, moulded with a stylised poppy motif, signed P. D'Avesn France in relief underside
Height: 21.5cm

 600-700

244
A LARGE ART DECO FROSTED BLUE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
A spherical vase with moulded and stylised lotus and leaves and branching hollyhock type blooms
Height: 22.5cm

 150-250

245
AN ART DECO GLASS VASE WITH GILT BANDS
Circa: 1930s-40s
The vase with an everted rim having a pronounced large bead border, a series of graduated horizontal gilt bands to the base with eight demi-lune feet
Height: 19cm

 200-250

246
A NEAR PAIR OF ART DECO GLASS VASES WITH GILT BANDS
Circa: 1930s-40s
Stylish conical vases with compressed bases with bright gilt horizontal bands
Height: 18cm

 150-250

247
A VAL ST LAMBERT OVERLAID BLUE CUT CRYSTAL VASE
Of ovoid form with a cut harlequin design, with foil label
Height: 12.5cm

 100-150

248
A LE VERRE FRANCAIS CAMEO VASE
1918-1932, by Schneider Glass Works
An ovoid vase with a trumpet neck in swirling aubergine colours flecked with amber, the body carved with five groups of stiff leaves with fruits, polished pontil underside; etched mark of Le Verre Francais to lower body
Height: 21cm

 1000-1500

249
THREE CONTINENTAL FROSTED AND GILT GLASS VASES
Mid 20th century
Of differing shapes, each with frosted and bright gilt bands
Height: 20cm and smaller

 100-200

250
A FRENCH CUT GLASS BOWL ON A TRIPOD BASE
The circular tapering bowl with crimped edges and cut floral designs
Height: 10.5cm Diameter: 24cm

 80-100

251
A FIVE PIECE ART DECO CZECHOSLOVAKIAN GLASS VANITY SET
Circa: 1920s
Four conical faceted bottles with straight-sided conforming stoppers, and a matching atomiser with white metal mounts, in muted clear green glass, stencil mark of Tcheco-slovaquie underside
Height: 12.5cm and smaller

 60-120

252
A CZECHOSLOVAKIAN ART DECO GLASS VASE
Circa: 1940s
A tapering straight-sided vase with black enamel and gilt bands, serpentine lines and target motifs to the clear and part frosted body, marked 'Tcheco-Slavique'
Height: 19.5cm

 200-250

253
AN ART DECO BROWN SMOKE GLASS FRUIT BOWL
Circa: 1930s
A lobed bowl with radiating stiff leaf designs to a waisted pedestal
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 31.5cm

 100-200

254
A MODERN BACCARAT VASE
An elegant cylindrical vase with long cuts, boxed
Height: 20cm

 100-200

255
AN ANTIQUE OAK TANTALUS WITH THREE CUT CRYSTAL DECANTERS
19th century
The oak tantalus with Gothic brass trims enclosing the original matching square section decanters with canted edges and flat diamond cuts to the upper register, with facet cut stoppers
Height: 27.5cm Length: 34cm Width: 13cm

 100-200

256
A FRENCH OPALINE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1900
An ovoid pedestal vase with a trumpet neck in white glass with gilt paste floral and butterfly decorations
Height: 30cm

 100-150

257
AN ART DECO BLUE GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s
A barrel shaped frosted vase with stylised flowers and navette shapes on a textured ground; unmarked
Height: 28cm

 150-250

257a
A VERLYS STYLE ART DECO BROWN SMOKE GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
A shallow bowl with a fold over lobed edge and a radiating pointed petal design, raised on a stepped chromed metal base
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 34.5cm

 120-150

258
A VINTAGE CUT CRYSTAL SPIRITS DECANTER AND SIX BRANDY BALLOONS
Circa: 1930s
The square section decanter with canted edges, diamond and hobnail designs, and a faceted globe stopper, the balloon glasses of conforming design, unmarked
Height: 24.5cm and 10cm

 100-200

259
A FINE VINTAGE HAND CUT ST LOUIS GLASS DECANTER
The high shouldered decanter with a navette cut border to the lower register, slice cuts to the neck and a flattened conical stopper of conforming design, acid etched mark underside
Height: 25cm

 140-200

260
TWENTY-SIX BACCARAT STEM GLASSES IN THREE SIZES
Twelve large wine, and seven glasses each of two slightly smaller sizes, of simple conical form with vertical navette cuts; stencil marks underside
Height: 15.5cm and smaller

 800-1200

261
A SLOVENIAN MID CENTURY GLASS VASE
Circa: 1940s-50s
The tapering vase with etched flowers and foliage upon a gilt trellis ground between gilt bands; marked Slovenia and one other mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 180-240

262
A SMALL ART DECO OPALESCENT BIRD VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1938
A square section fan shaped vase with moulded pairs of birds to both faces, unmarked
Height: 11cm Width: 174cm Depth: 7.5cm

 400-800

263
A MONUMENTAL MULLER FRÈRES ORANGE ART DECO CASED GLASS VASE
Circa: 1920s
Of elongated ovoid form with a small waisted neck in deep orange with an irregular trailing purple collar and flecks, the base similar but with a granitic appearance, random patches with silver foil inclusions, etched mark of Muller Frères Luneville to lower body
Height: 38cm

 1000-1500

264
A FINE STEVENS & WILLIAMS SCENT BOTTLE WITH A STERLING MOUNT
1868 London, with maker's mark to silver, H&A
A globular bottle in mother-of-pearl glass with a Pompeian swirl décor in lemon and amber colours, with a complementary swirl screw top cap, hallmarked to neck
Height: 13.5cm

 500-700

265
A PAIR OF FROSTED GLASS BIRDS
Later 20th century
The press moulded birds upon domed bases, bearing spurious R. Lalique marks underside
Height: 9.5cm

 200-300

266
AN ART DECO GLASS AND IRON WORK BASKET
Circa: 1920s
An amber mottled pale blue shallow bowl enclosed in a metalwork basket with a reeded handle, rose and scroll motifs
Height: 25cm Diameter: 30cm

 200-300

267
A MOULDED PÂTE DE VERRE GLASS VASE BY MULLER FRÈRES
Circa: 1930
The small rectangular vase in orange flecked with aubergine colours, deeper to the lower register, polished signature of Muller Frères Luneville to lower body
Height: 7cm Width: 11cm Depth: 6cm

 100-200

268
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PIN DISH
Post 1978 period
A small clear dish centred with a frosted swan, engraved mark of Lalique France underside
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 10cm

 70-120

269
A LALIQUE CRYSTAL PIN DISH
Second half 20th century
A small clear dish centred a pair of conjoined cooing doves, engraved mark of Lalique France underside with registration mark
Height: 6cm Diameter: 10cm

 70-120

270
A CAMEO GLASS VASE BY ARGENTAL
Circa: 1900
The slender tapering vase decorated throughout with trailing roses and foliage, in a gold, amber and deep russet palette, mark of Argental with Cross of Lorraine in cameo lower body
Height: 20cm

 600-900

271
A SOVIET RUSSIAN .875 SILVER MOUNTED CUT CRYSTAL VASE
Post 1958 with hammer and sickle mark to a five point star, silver standard
The slender barrel shaped vase with interlocking navette shapes diamonds decorated with stars and cross hatching, a decorative foliate band to the collar and a cushion form rim
Height: 26.5cm

 200-300

272
A FRENCH VERLUX MOULDED GLASS PLATTER
Circa: 1930s
The large platter with pairs of pheasants to the broad rim, Verlux France in relief underside
Height: 6cm Diameter: 35cm

 100-200

273
A LALIQUE 'COQUILLES' PLATTER AND SIX ASSOCIATED SIDE PLATES
Issued 1924, pattern 3010
Of formal petal form with radiating lattice weave cuts, in clear glass, etched mark of R. Lalique France with pattern number to centre, small matching plates
Diameter: 27cm and 16cm

 100-200

274
AN ART DECO AMBER GLASS COMPORT
Circa: 1930s
The golden amber dish continuously decorated with flowers and hail spots in relief upon an unusual stem comprised of three metal capped cylinders to a ribbed circular metalware base, signed, apparently AM, in relief to glass
Height: 12cm Diameter: 32cm

 150-250

275
A DAUM ART GLASS VASE IN A WROUGHT IRON STAND
Circa: 1910
A tapering mottled orange vase with irregular panels with gold leaf inclusions, supported in a hammered wrought iron frame with a tripod scroll base and leaf embellishments, glass signed Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine
Height: 26.5cm

 500-800

276
A LARGE VERLYS OPALESCENT GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase moulded with six pineapples issuing foliage, arching forms to the lower body, marked Verlys France in relief
Height: 25cm

 600-1000

277
A PRESS MOULDED ART DECO BALUSTER VASE BY ESPAIVET
1930s
A high shouldered frosted vase with eight long tapering torch like motifs in relief above a stiff leaf border, relief mark to base
Height: 30cm

 150-300

278
A FINE ST LOUIS CRYSTAL VASE
Circa: 1930s
Of conical form with deep stiff leaf vertical cuts above three bands of diamond points, stencil mark to base
Height: 25cm

 150-300

279
A PAIR OF FENTON PRESSED CARNIVAL GLASS BASKETS AND A NORTHWOOD TRIPOD 'WISHBONE' BOWL
Early 20th century
The marigold glass baskets with moulded decoration externally and pierced ruffled rims, and; an olive amethyst floral decorated bowl with a ruffled edge and 'ruffles and rings' externally; all unmarked
Height: 8cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 60-100

280
A LARGE LALIQUE CRYSTAL 'SYLVIE' VASE
Second half 20th century, design 12258
Two large frosted doves with flaring tail feathers and enclosing a fitted removable flower frog, engraved mark of Lalique France with registration mark underside
Height: 21.5cm

 300-500

281
A GLASS CLOISONNÉ VASE
Possibly American, the semi-translucent baluster vase with brass wire worked wisteria clusters and foliage in speckled teal, blue and varied green hues, unmarked
Height: 12.5cm

 100-150

282
A SMALL ETLING OPALESCENT GLASS DISH
Circa: 1930, marked Etling France 100 in relief
The press moulded bowl with a swirling arrangement of slender leaves and groups of dried poppy heads
Height: 4cm Diameter: 17cm

 150-200

283
A GILT MOUNTED CAMEO GLASS BOWL ATTRIBUTED TO SCHNEIDER
Circa: 1920
The lemon bowl with carved tangerine pendant fruits and foliage, in a gilt bronze Neoclassical style mount with twin husk handles and tripod feet, stamped Made in France to mount
Height: 8cm Diameter: 13cm

 500-700

284
AN ART DECO EMERALD GREEN GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase with a cup shaped rim with a moulded floral design to the lower body, in mottled emerald colours, numbered '1' in relief underside
Height: 14cm

 60-90

285
A CUT GLASS PAPERWEIGHT BY VAL ST LAMBERT
Mid 20th century
Clear modulating to cherry red, a cut triangular plinth terminating in a rounded base; foil factory label to base
Height: 18cm

 80-120

286
ART DECO GLASS FRUIT BOWL IN AN IRONWORK FRAME
Circa: 1920-30s
The broad bowl in mottled white and mauve colours within a cross strap beaten frame with tightly scrolled handles with stylised flora and raised on ball feet
Height: 11cm Diameter: 24cm Width: 36.5cm

 150-250

287
AN ART DECO OPALESCENT GLASS VASE BY VERLYS
Circa: 1930s
The tapering vase with twin faceted 'C' scroll handles, decorated with flowers in relief to the body; Verlys France mark in relief to interior base
Height: 20cm

 500-800

288
A BASKET ATTRIBUTED TO MINTON
Circa: 1835
The shaped rectangular basket with moulded foliate edging and a cross over moulded handle, decorated with gilt wriggle work on a cobalt ground centred with a gilt cartouche enclosing fancy birds in colours, unmarked
Height: 13.5cm Length: 26.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 100-200

289
A SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN FIGURAL CHAMBER STICK ATTRIBUTED TO THE LONGTON HALL FACTORY
1755-60
A draped and seated cupid figure holding a basket of flowers within a bocage bower and decorated in enamel colours above a moulded base
Height: 24.5cm

 200-400

290
A SOFT PASTE FIGURAL CANDLESTICK ATTRIBUTED TO LONGTON HALL
Circa: 1755
An animated Classical figure in floral dress teasing a putto with a posy, encrusted with flowers and raised on a moulded Rocaille base, sconce later and some professional repairs
Height: 25.5cm

 400-800

291
A NEOCLASSICAL PLATE ATTRIBUTED TO COALPORT
Circa: 1810
A Neoclassical plate with a formal guilloche border in gilt on cobalt punctuated with four cartouches of Classical figures and allegories in white upon an iron red ground, centred with an unusual scene of ladies apparently carrying washing or laying out cloth, unmarked
Diameter: 20.5cm

 100-200

292
A NEW HALL SAUCER DISH
Circa: 1810, pattern 421
Decorated in a mandarin palette with 'Bird and the Butterfly' pattern, pattern number underside and reverse '7' decorator's mark
Diameter: 20cm

 100-200

293
A NEW HALL PLATE
Circa: 1810, pattern 375
The brightly decorated plate in 'Tobacco Leaf' pattern in orange, green and cobalt colours upon a white ground surrounded by husk border; pattern number underside
Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-200

294
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER DISH
Circa: 1770
The shaped lozenge dish with Rococo mirror and vase shaped cartouches enclosing floral sprays in bright enamel colours upon a blue scale ground, with bordered cross hatched oriental mark underside
Height: 5cm Length: 26.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 250-450

295
A CABINET CUP AND SAUCER ATTRIBUTED TO DAVENPORT
Circa: 1820, marked in gilt pattern 662 to the foot rim
The pedestal bowl shaped cup with a high scroll handle and a thick waisted rim decorated with bowls of pink roses between formal gilded arabesques and flaming torches
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm

 80-120

296
TWO PLATES AND A DESSERT DISH IN THE MANNER OF SPODE OR COALPORT
Circa: 1810
Each finely centred with reserves of pairs of bird species in enamel colours enclosed by gilded guilloche borders and bands with sprigs of foliage upon a wet blue ground; unmarked
Length: 22cm Width: 22cm (square dish)

 100-200

297
A FINE-THREE PIECE COALPORT ROCOCO VASE GARNITURE
Circa: 1835, decorated attributed to Stephen Lawrence
Flamboyant lobed and cabochon bodied baluster vases with waisted necks and extravagant fold over acanthus leaf handles, decorated with dual floral bouquets to each with gilt embellishments upon a maroon ground, raised on moulded pedestal bases, unmarked
Height: 28cm and smaller

 600-1000

298
A NEW HALL TEA CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1805, pattern 274
The bute cup and bowl decorated with blue, rose, apple green and orange colours with gilt enrichments upon a white ground, a blue floral border punctuated with orange flowers to the rims
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 80-120

299
A NEW HALL TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1790, pattern 20
Two oriental figures in a fenced garden, one with a parasol, the other holding a flower and a windmill toy on a stick, delicate floral and patterned borders to the rims
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 100-200

300
A NEW HALL TEA CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1812, pattern 1154
A London shaped cup with a square handle imari decorated with figures and pavilions in a landscape with an arching bridge and gilded tree, unmarked
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 80-120

301
A NEW HALL TRIO
Circa: 1800, pattern 856
A bute cup and a coffee can both with ring handles and a saucer, all decorated in a bold flower and leaf design in orange, lime green, white and gilt upon a cobalt ground, an undulate leafy border to the rims, probable iron red decorator's mark underside
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-200

302
A NEW HALL TRIO
Circa: 1810, pattern 163
A London shaped tea cup and a conforming coffee cup with square handles with flicked spurs, decorated with an oriental landscape and village scene with pavilions and figures in orange, pale blue and cobalt colours with gilt
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 100-200

303
A LIVERPOOL FACTORY TANKARD
Circa: 1770
The straight-sided tankard of large form with a thread edged strap handle, decorated in an imari palette with underglaze blue flowers over decorated with red and gilt beneath a lattice pattern border, unglazed to the flat base
Height: 15cm

 200-400

304
A BOW PLATE
Circa: 1752
The plate in a soft famille rose palette decorated in the oriental manner with rock, peony and bamboo to the centre, and three sprays with lotus and other flora to the border
Diameter: 22.5cm

 200-300

305
A LARGE NEW HALL SAUCER BOWL
Circa: 1810-15, pattern 1163
An oriental landscape and village scene with pavilions and figures in orange, pale blue and cobalt colours with gilt enrichments, pattern number underside
Diameter: 21cm

 100-150

306
A COALPORT PLATE
Circa: 1810
Three cloud shaped cartouches enclosing pink moss roses, ranunculus, fruits and a bird with a nest upon a cobalt ground with gilt enrichments; after illustrations from contemporary subscription botanical magazines
Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-200

307
A FLIGHT BARR & BARR WORCESTER PLATE
Circa: 1815-20
A gadroon edged plate profusely decorated with gilt seaweed branches and centred with a roundel of a fancy bird in polychrome enamels; impressed mark and purple backstamp underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 150-250

308
A COALPORT PLATE
Circa: 1830, with gilt fractional pattern number 2/162
With bunches of brightly coloured flowers to three Rococo cartouches between formal tulip shapes and other decorated sprigs upon a broad cobalt border, centred with a floral roundel, pattern number underside
Diameter: 23cm

 100-200

309
A DERBY NAMED VIEW PLATE
Circa: 1810
'Oreston Passage, Plymouth', a view in enamel colours within a deep formal gilt border; title and red crown mark and batons mark underside
Diameter: 22cm

 150-250

310
A MINTON PLATE
Circa: 1850
The lobed plate with six scalloped cartouches enclosing sprays of fruits and flowers upon a cobalt ground, and centred with basket spilling a loose bouquet, impressed mark underside
Diameter: 24cm

 100-200

311
A LOWESTOFT TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1780
Decorated in the oriental rock, fence and peony 'Redgrave' pattern below a red and blue border
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 100-150

312
A LOWESTOFT TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1780
Decorated in the oriental rock, fence and peony 'Redgrave' pattern below a red and blue border
Height: 4.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13cm (saucer)

 100-200

313
A COALPORT CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1810
The bute shaped cup and saucer, both finely decorated in a bold pink, purple, and red palette with lily, rose, alstroemeria, convolvulus and tulip upon a gilded ground, unmarked
Height: 6cm (cup) Diameter: 14cm (saucer)

 50-100

314
A SOFT PASTE PORCELAIN STREET VENDOR FIGURE ATTRIBUTED TO THE LONGTON HALL FACTORY
1755-60
A woman in patterned skirt and teal bodice holding flowers in her apron and a basket of eggs in a basket, raised on a flower encrusted base and small bocage above a moulded and footed base, with professional repair
Height: 27cm

 400-800

315
A NEW HALL CREAMER
Circa: 1810, pattern 856
A boat shaped creamer decorated with bold flowers and foliage in orange, green and white colours with gilt enrichments upon a mazarine blue ground, pattern number in red underside
Height: 9.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 50-100

316
A REGENCY MILK JUG IN THE MANNER OF GRAINGER'S WORCESTER
Circa: 1820
The waisted jug with a moulded gadroon and floral rim, having an ornamented scroll handle and decorated to a frieze with a floral lyre pattern in pink, purple and gold colours, unmarked
Height: 12cm

 50-100

317
A LARGE SIZE SAMUEL ALCOCK LOVING CUP
Circa: 1835
A straight-sided cup with twin moulded scroll handles decorated with a boldly ornamented cartouche enclosing an imaginary landscape with ruins and a castle, upon a deep rose-pink ground, the reverse with gilt enriched roses and foliage in cream and ice green colours
Height: 13.5cm

 150-250

318
A SWANSEA TRIO
Circa: 1820, set pattern 257
A London shaped tea and coffee cup with square handles and flicked spurs decorated with mirror image pink tulip shapes and gilded pineapples upon a buff ground, stamped Swansea in red underside
Height: 6.5cm (cup) Diameter: 14.5cm (saucer)

 100-200

319
A DERBY SLOP BOWL PROBABLY DECORATED BY WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY
Circa: 1790-1800, pattern 645
A finely painted floral arrangement within an octagonal frame, with lavish swags of wheat heads, puce crown and crossed batons mark, pattern number underside
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 17cm

 200-400

320
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER SUGAR BOX
Circa: 1797, pattern 55
The shanked oval box with ring handles and a domed lid with finial, decorated with a navette border and pendant foliage, the lid marked Chamberlain's Worcester Warranted
Height: 14cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 10cm

 150-250

321
A SUGAR BOX DECORATED BY WILLIAM BILLINGSLEY
Circa: 1800-1802
The straight-sided oval box with a domed lid and circular ring handles with finely painted octagonal panels with various floral specimens and trailing gilt husk motifs, the Caughley body decorated by Billinglsey at Mansfield; unmarked
Height: 14.5cm Length: 13.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 300-500

322
A TEA BOWL ATTRIBUTED TO SETH PENNINGTON OF LIVERPOOL
Circa: 1770
In polychrome enamel colours illustrating the 'Chinese lady with servant' pattern beneath a delicate iron red rim border
Height: 3.5cm

 200-400

323
A CHAMBERLAIN'S WORCESTER SUGAR BOX WITH CREST
Circa: 1800, lid marked Chamberlain's Worcester
The oval box with ring handles and a stepped dome lid with twig ring handle, a decorative frieze of pink roses with foliage upon a black ground between gilded patterned borders and bands, a dragon crest with initials to both sides
Height: 14.5cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 250-350

324
A PAIR OF COALPORT CAMPANA VASES
Circa: 1815
Pedestal blue scale ground vases with twin high set bracket handles with lion's head mounts decorated with fancy birds to gilded cartouches, gilt lattice to the lower body and butterfly cartouches to the foot and rim, unmarked
Height: 18cm

 300-600

325
AN EMBOSSED COALPORT GRAVY TUREEN WITH STAND
Circa: 1825
The oval tureen with leafy lug handles and a border of embossed grapevine fruits and foliage, lavishly decorated with polychrome floral bouquets and formal gilt enrichments, the conforming lid with a rose final, the tray with shell handles, unmarked
Height: 12.5cm Length: 18.5cm Width: 11cm (tureen)

 200-400

326
A FINE PAIR OF SAMSON OF PARIS PORCELAIN PEACOCKS
Circa: 1880, bearing faux Chelsea gold anchor marks
The pair with splendid tail feathers raised upon flower encrusted rocky supports above a Rococo moulded base, gold anchor marks below tail
Height: 20.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 1000-2000

327
A THREE-PIECE DAVENPORT BOUGH POT GARNITURE
Circa: 1808-1812
The Japan pattern trio with applied ring handles and original covers with quatrefoil piercings, decorated with two figures and a butterfly in a fenced landscape in a typical cobalt, iron red palette with gilt enrichments; each pot with impressed anchor and factory name
Height: 16.5cm Width: 16cm Depth: 10.5cm

 800-1200

328
A NEW HALL CHINESE PATTERN TEAPOT
Circa: 1810, pattern 421
An oval boat shaped teapot with a domed lid and matching finial, hand decorated to both sides with the 'Boy and Butterfly' pattern in a famille rose palette; pattern number underside
Height: 14cm Width: 25cm

 200-400

329
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER TEAPOT AND STAND
Circa: 1775
Of ribbed barrel shape with a flattened lid, floral finial and leafy mount, decorated with gilded floral swags tied with ribbons beneath serrated borders on a creamy white ground, the stand conforming
Height: 12.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 300-500

330
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER TEAPOT
Circa: 1770
Of ribbed barrel shape with a flattened lid with floral finial and leafy mount, decorated in 'Thunder and Lightning' pattern with floral sprays, ribbons and starbursts, the lid conforming
Height: 12.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 300-500

331
A MINTON JAPAN PATTERN SUGAR BOX
Circa: 1810, pattern 558
A boat shaped sugar box with a domed lid and finial featuring trees and a lattice bridge in iron red, cobalt, orange and green colours with gilt enrichments upon a white ground, pattern number underside
Height: 15.5cm Length: 17cm Width: 11.5cm

 200-300

332
A TEAPOT ATTRIBUTED TO RICHARD CHAFFERS OF LIVERPOOL
Circa: 1760
A bullet shaped teapot with a low domed lid and pointed knop, decorated in a Japan pattern of trees, bold flowers and pavilions in underglaze blue with over decoration in red and gilt highlights
Height: 17.5cm Width: 22.5cm

 300-500

333
A FINE LARGE NEW HALL TEAPOT
1815, pattern 446
The oval boat shaped teapot with an integral high looping handle and a domed lid with finial, decorated in the 'Imari Vine' pattern in iron red, cobalt and gilt colours upon a white ground, with gold bands and formal gilt decorations, pattern mark underside
Height: 15.5cm Width: 26.5cm

 200-400

334
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BOWL
Circa: 1770
The 'Mandarin' pattern bowl with figures, tables and vases in a famille rose palette, a patterned blue pendant border to the interior rim and a central sprig
Height: 6cm Diameter: 12cm

 150-250

335
A LOWESTOFT SLOPS BOWL
Circa: 1770
The imari bowl in 'Two Birds' pattern, in iron red, cobalt colours lightly enriched with gilt
Height: 7cm Diameter: 15cm

 100-200

336
A LARGE LLADRO GRES PORCELAIN FIGURE, 'REFLECTIONS ON BEAUTY'
2002-2010, period of manufacture, number 01012437, designed by Marco Antonio Nogueron
Depicting a girl on a chair gazing at reflection in a mirror; backstamps underside, with the original box
Height: 42.5cm

 300-500

337
A SEVRES PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE IN A GILT BRONZE MOUNT
Late 19th century
The quatrefoil shaped straight-sided jardinière with fine Neoclassical mounts with ribbon tied thread edges, formal pendants and a pierced guilloche border enclosing painted floral bouquets, blue marks underside
Height: 8cm Width: 32cm Depth: 17.5cm

 350-550

338
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE DELFT 'CASHMIRE' COVERED VASES
19th century
Ovoid vases with low domed lids, with tin glaze decoration in green, russet and blue colours upon a pale apricot ground with continuous bird and floral scenes in the oriental manner below a fret work collar; iron red painted AR monogram mark underside
Height: 32.5cm

 500-800

339
TWO LIMOGES TRANSFER WARE FRUIT PLATES
Circa: 1900
Plates with moulded edges decorated throughout with peaches and strawberries to one, cut watermelon and figs to the other, marks of Limoges underside
Diameter: 26cm and 24cm

 50-100

340
TWO SMALL MOORCROFT VASES, 'ANEMONE' AND 'HIBISCUS'
Circa: 1940s
A squat baluster vase with Anemone designs on a blue ground, impressed marks underside, and; a small bottle vase with yellow and maroon hibiscus on a green to Prussian blue ground, paper label underside
Height: 9.5cm and smaller

 100-200

341
A ROYAL WORCESTER 'OLD WORCESTER PARROT' VASE
Circa: 1913, date cypher partly obscured, Registration Number 623916
A slender ovoid vase with a narrow neck, decorated with sprigs and a red parrot in a floral enclosed gilded cartouche, upon a cream ground; name, blue backstamp, additional marks underside
Height: 14cm

 50-70

342
A WEDGWOOD CANEWARE GAME PIE DISH WITH INSERT
1866, with impressed cipher BCU
Shaped as a high sided oval pie, well decorated in relief with hanging game birds and grapevine garlands to the body, the lid with pairs of birds and hares and a crouching rabbit handle, with the glazed original insert; impressed Wedgwood mark underside and impressed date cipher, other
Height: 14cm Length: 23cm Width: 17cm

 300-400

343
AN ART DECO CERAMIC WALL MASK BY WALTER GOLDSCHEIDER
Circa: 1938-1950, USA period, designed by Adolf Prischl
The head of a blonde woman, a patterned blue scarf to her neck, mounted on a custom stand, printed marks to the reverse
Height: 38cm

 300-400

344
A FINE SIGNED DOULTON BURSLEM LUSCIAN WARE VASE
Circa: 1882-91, with signature of L. Bilton
A slender barrel vase continuously decorated with a Japanese lady in a kimono holding a fan beside a table with a floral basket in a garden setting, in suffused autumnal and green colours, signed lower body; brown backstamp
Height: 27cm

 1500-1800

345
A MOORCROFT HIGH SHOULDERED ANEMONE VASE
1945-49 period
With a deep border of tubelined anemone flowers in maroon, white, and purple blue glazes, with green foliage upon a suffused and saturated Prussian green and mazarine blue ground; with impressed factory mark, Walter Moorcroft signature and impressed Royal warrant stamp
Height: 13.5cm

 120-180

346
A CROWN DEVON 'BIRD OF PARADISE' PORCELAIN VASE
Circa: 1930, pattern 2250 designed by Enoch Boulton
The Art Deco footed vase with a gently everted rim, featuring a bird and stylised floral motifs in vibrant enamel colours with intricate gilt embellishments upon a mottled blue ground, gilded trims to the lustred interior, backstamp and pattern number underside
Height: 16cm

 200-300

347
A CARLTON WARE 'FLORIBUNDA' HANDCRAFT VASE
1928-1932 production period, pattern 3236
A broad baluster vase with a waisted base, two cloud shaped reserves with tulip, floral sprigs and other bold flowers in terracotta and mauve colours upon a cobalt ground, with wavy patterned borders to the base and scallops to the interior rim; backstamp and pattern numbers underside
Height: 20.5cm

 100-150

348
A CARLTON WARE 'FLOWERING PAPYRUS' HANDCRAFT VASE
1928-1932 production period, pattern 3242
A broad necked vase with a swollen lower register, decorated with bold flowers in cobalt between wavy mauve and black columns with chevron bands on a white matt ground, with backstamp and pattern numbers underside
Height: 12cm

 200-250

349
AN UNMARKED CARLTON WARE HANDCRAFT TEMPLE JAR
Circa: 1930s
With bold passion type pin wheel flowers in cream and ochre colours upon a 'cracked ice' cobalt ground; faint impressed shape mark only underside
Height: 18.5cm

 80-120

350
A GOUDA EWER
Circa: 1950s, with PZH mark, pattern 4657
A 'Rialto' décor ewer with bold flower heads in russet and blue upon a brown and yellow spotted ground, blue and orange bands to the neck and base; painted marks underside
Height: 22.5cm

 50-100

351
A CARLTON WARE 'SHAMROCK' HANDCRAFT VASE
1928-1932 production period, pattern 3235
A waisted baluster vase with stylised cobalt and amber coloured shamrocks upon a cream ground issuing from irregular blue green stems, backstamp and pattern numbers underside
Height: 21cm

 100-150

352
A GROUP OF NINE FRENCH PORCELAIN FLORAL PLATES
Circa: 1900
Reticulated lattice edged plates each with sprays of transfer ware flowers in bright polychrome colours, unmarked
Diameter: 21.5cm

 100-150

353
A FRENCH PORCELAIN PERFUME DECANTER BOTTLE
Early 20th century
The square section bottle with canted edges, a gilded neck and a near flat topped stopper, decorated with floral reserves to each face, gilt floral motifs and pendants
Height: 14cm

 50-100

354
A GROUP OF SIX MIXED FRENCH DECORATIVE PLATES
1900 and after
Mixed scenes, figural groupings, birds, florals, by Limoges and in the manner of Sevres, other
Diameter: 26cm and smaller

 40-80

355
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH TRIPOD BASED PORCELAIN VASES
Mid 20th century
Amphora shape vases with pointed toes in Limoges cobalt blue with gilt bouquets and trophies, raised on gilt caprine legs to a triangular base; French painted mark to base
Height: 24.5cm

 200-400

356
A FIFTY SIX PIECE ROYAL DOULTON DINNER SERVICE, 'VANBOROUGH'
Pattern 4992
A service for eight comprising, dinner, soup, entree, and side plates with twelve coffee cans and associated saucers, with dark green borders with formal gilt patterns; backstamps underside
Height: 25cm (coffee pot)

 300-500

357
A FRENCH PORCELAIN COFFEE POT WITH INFUSER AND STRAINER LID
Early 20th century
A straight-sided tapering and faceted pot with a '7' shaped handle and low domed lid, sprigged with floral transfer ware patterns and borders of stylised flora on a black ground; incised F and numeral underside otherwise unmarked
Height: 20cm

 30-50

358
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY LONGCHAMPS
Circa: 1900
A moulded plate in mauve, blue and emerald colours with a neat arrangement of asparagus spears and two scallop dishes for sauces, painted mark underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 80-120

359
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE IN THE MANNER OF ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1880
The moulded three section plate with ornamental asparagus spears to the centre, incised number, 23, and painted mark
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 25cm

 80-120

360
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY LONGCHAMPS
Circa: 1900
The moulded dish in washed glazes with scallop shell and asparagus tip edging; impressed marks underside
Height: 3cm Diameter: 25cm

 80-140

361
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE IN THE MANNER OF ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1900
The moulded dish in white, lemon and teal colours, with a cluster of white asparagus spears to the centre; painted marks underside
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 25cm

 80-140

362
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY SALINS
Circa: 1900, unmarked but known design
A moulded plate with scalloped edge, a lattice border and a bunch of asparagus spears to the centre
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 24cm

 80-140

363
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS AND ARTICHOKE PLATE BY FIVES-LILLES
Circa: 1900, pattern 1305
A moulded dish in emerald colours on a cream ground, painted mark underside
Height: 3cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 80-140

364
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY ST CLEMENT
Circa: 1900
A moulded and incised plate with asparagus tips and flora in maroon, lemon and pale green colours on a cream ground, backstamp underside and K&G mark for Keller & Guerin
Height: 2cm Diameter: 26cm

 80-140

365
A FRENCH MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS PLATE BY SARREGUEMINES
Circa: 1900
The moulded plate with arranged asparagus spears and transferware floral decoration, impressed marks underside
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 26cm

 80-140

366
A FRENCH MAJOLICA GRAVY BOAT BY ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1900, number 23
The moulded boat with shell and scroll forms in teal and brown washed colours upon an integral conforming tray, incised numerals underside
Height: 12cm Length: 28cm Width: 17cm

 100-120

367
A FRENCH MAJOLICA 'PROTOME' VASE BY THOMAS-VICTOR SERGENT
Circa: 1880
With bulbous body in mottled blue and brown colours upon a pedestal base, with pronounced fantastic creature handles and Italian Deruta majolica inspired rim; impressed TS mark underside and painted marks
Height: 17cm

 150-250

368
A PORCELAIN URN VASE WITH STAND
Mid 20th century, with reproduction Crown and crossed sword marks
A cobalt urn with lug and husk handles, raised on a gilt pedestal and having an independent square base, with gilded reserves of polychrome flowers to the cobalt ground, and lavish paste with scrolls and grapevines, marks to urn and base
Height: 35cm

 300-500

369
A FRENCH MAJOLICA 'PIG AND HAM' PITCHER BY ORCHIÈS
Circa: 1900
A corpulent pig with a maroon sash and an attached ham, a deep green wreath about his head and an applied handle, incised maker and windmill mark underside
Height: Height: 22cm

 150-250

370
A FRENCH 'WORLD FAIR' MAJOLICA RABBIT PITCHER
1900, unidentified incised marks
A rabbit in buff colours sporting a green ribbon with a medal dated 1900, issued to commemorate the Paris World Fair held from 15 April to 12 November in that year, incised monogram underside, letter and stamp
Height: 23cm

 150-250

371
A FRENCH MAJOLICA GREYHOUND ABSINTHE PITCHER BY ST CLEMENT
Early 20th century
An alerted seated greyhound in buff and light brown colours, with the tail serving as a handle, marked 'Gypp' to the collar, monograms of St Clement and KG for Keller & Guerin in relief underside
Height: 34.5cm

 200-400

372
A FRENCH MAJOLICA PIG PITCHER BY SARREGUEMINES
Early 20th century, pattern 3318
A rather self-satisfied rotund pig in natural pink colours, glazed teal to the interior; impressed maker's mark and pattern underside
Height: 24cm

 200-400

373
A HAVILLAND PORCELAIN MEAT PLATTER
In 'Rajah' pattern, with a central pheasant amidst oriental foliage, pale blue floral borders with decorative reserves, backstamp underside
Length: 40.5cm Width: 32cm

 50-100

374
AN ENGLISH VICTORIAN MAJOLICA STORK PITCHER, IN THE MANNER OF GEORGE JONES
Circa: 1870s
The well moulded pitcher with a stork in marshlands, with bamboo borders, rims and bracket handle, in rich green, teal and cobalt colours, unmarked
Height: 23.5cm

 120-200

375
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE GROUND PLATE
Circa: 1770
Decorated in the 'Kakiemon' pattern with sprays of chrysanthemum heads in colours to shaped reserves upon a blue scale ground, mock Chinese seal mark underside, with paper labels, 'McIlraith Collection' and 'JH Burden, Sydney'
Diameter: 19.5cm

 150-250

376
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE DISH
Circa: 1770
The lobed dish decorated in 'Gilly Flower' pattern with scattered floral sprays, script 'W' mark underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 4.5cm Length: 24cm Width: 17.5cm

 200-300

377
TWO WORCESTER CUPS, FIRST PERIOD AND FLIGHT PERIOD
Circa: 1765 and 1790
The earlier two-handled chocolate cup decorated in 'Jabberwocky' pattern with mythical creatures and floral sprays in red, green, turquoise and gilt, unmarked, and; a spiral moulded coffee cup with navy blue flowers and gilt, script mark underside
Height: 7.5cm and smaller

 200-300

378
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE COFFEE POT
Circa: 1770
The baluster body in the 'Three Flowers' pattern with butterflies and floral sprays, the cover with an acorn and leaf finial, crescent mark underside (repair to finial)
Height: 23.5cm

 200-300

379
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE MOULDED MASK HEAD JUG
Circa: 1780
The baluster body decorated in 'Gilly Flower' pattern with scattered floral sprays on a leaf moulded ground, a double loop handle, open crescent mark underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 15cm

 200-300

380
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE TEA CUP AND SAUCER
Circa: 1770
The body decorated in the 'Three Flowers' pattern with butterflies and floral sprays, crescent marks underside
Height: 4.5cm (cup) Diameter: 12cm (saucer)

 80-150

381
TWO BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWLS AND SAUCERS: CAUGHLEY, WORCESTER
Circa: 1780
One decorated in 'Marrow and Flower Spray' pattern with fruit and floral sprays, the saucer with Salopian 'S' mark underside; the Worcester example decorated with floral sprays and fruit, blue crescent mark underside (one with repair to saucer rim)
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 12.5cm (saucer)

 180-300

382
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1765
The press moulded body decorated in 'Immortelle' pattern with floral sprays, an open crescent market underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 4.5cm (cup) Diameter: 13.5cm (saucer)

 100-180

383
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE SPARROW BEAK JUG
Circa: 1775-90
The baluster body decorated in the 'Fisherman' pattern with a man and cranes among foliage and pavilions, having a loop handle and mock Chinese marks underside
Height: 11.5cm

 150-250

384
A FIRST PERIOD WORCESTER BLUE AND WHITE SPARROW BEAK MILK JUG AND COVER
Circa: 1770
The baluster body decorated in 'Rock Strata Island' pattern with cottages and trees by a lakeside, a leaf moulded cover with floral finial and a loop handle, blue crescent mark underside, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 12.5cm

 200-300

385
A LIVERPOOL TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1765
The body decorated in 'Milkmaids' pattern with a shepherd and maid in a pasture with a hound and cows, unmarked, with paper label, 'McIlraith Collection'
Height: 4cm (cup) Diameter: 12.5cm (saucer)

 140-240

386
A CAUGHLEY BLUE AND WHITE TEA BOWL AND SAUCER
Circa: 1785
The body decorated in 'Bell Toy' pattern with a mother and child among vases of flowers and tables, crescent and Salopian 'St' marks underside
Height: 5cm (cup) Diameter: 12cm (saucer)

 140-240

387
TWELVE 'A CELEBRATION OF COALPORT ROSES' PLATES
Circa: 1994-1996, from a limited edition each of 12,500
Issued by Compton & Woodhouse, the bone china plates each depicting Coalport rose studies from the 19th century; backstamps to each, and timber display racks
Diameter: 21.5cm

 200-300

388
AN IMPRESSIVE BLUE AND GOLD GRAND TOUR STYLE URN VASE
Late 19th century
The urn vase with high set leafy handles, a turned short pedestal to a socle and square base, with a matte brown border with leaf and berry designs in gilt, the body with cornucopia, laurel and festooned trophies, marked France with castle stamp underside
Height: 42cm

 300-500

389
AN ORMOLU MOUNTED SÈVRES STYLE PORCELAIN LAMP BASE
19th century
A finely painted vase with a pair of musical cupids within a richly gilded reserve to one face, and an exquisitely rendered floral bouquet to the other, set within a cast and pierced rocaille mount with leafy handles, a waisted neck and an elaborate base, with a shaped frame surmount to hold a central shade
Height: 80cm

 500-700

390
A VICTORIAN ROYAL WORCESTER PILGRIM FLASK VASE
1876
The moulded vase with a fluted neck, lappet rim and twin dolphin handles, painted in brown colours with three doleful hounds to one face, and a dying stag to the other within a turquoise border and gilded bands, with a waisted square section stem and base; green backstamp underside
Height: 27.5cm

 800-1200

391
A ROYAL VIENNA EMPIRE STYLE PORCELAIN POT POURRI
19th century, with under glaze shield or 'beehive' mark
In cobalt colours and lavishly gilded, with a pierced cover with fruiting finial, the body with formal gilt paste borders in bright and matt gilt supported by four caryatids to a circular base, backstamp underside
Height: 21cm

 800-1200

392
A ROYAL WORCESTER BONE CHINA 'FRUIT STUDY' POT POURRI URN
Post 1990, pattern 1286, V/S, decoration by S. Weston, cover initialled NW
An ovoid body with a pierced crown top lid, a gilded basket weave lower register, with continuous summer harvest fruits against a naturalistic background, signed to image, backstamp underside
Height: 26cm

 2000-3000

393
TWO ROYAL WORCESTER BONE CHINA FRUIT STUDY PLATES
Circa: 1940s, and 1953, with decoration by H. Ayrton, and other
Decorated with summer harvest fruits against a naturalistic ground, one plate with gilt gadrooned edges, signed to image; black backstamps underside
Diameter: 27.5cm

 600-800

394
TWO ENGLISH COPPER LUSTRE WARE JUGS, BY RIDDLE & BRYAN, AND IN THE MANNER OF SUNDERLAND
Circa: 1820s-30s
A Riddle & Bryan jug with a notched scroll handle, moulded spout and a broad lemon border with clock face images bearing maker's name; the other with a broad cream border of meandering flowers in colours with purple lustre Leaves
Height: 13cm and smaller

 30-40

395
AN ENGLISH 'INDIA TREE' PATTERN PLATE
Late 19th century, pattern 7807
Of typical oriental transfer ware design with hand coloured flowers, with a light green border and patterned bands, painted pattern number underside
Diameter: 22.5cm

 30-40

396
A PORCELAIN JARDINIÈRE IN THE MANNER OF SCHIERHOLZ OF PLAUE
Circa: 1900
An oval boat shaped with husk edges and wreath handles, moulded pierced sides and raised on small square section legs, decorated with trailing fruits and blossoms to the rim, and a central fruit arrangement; double cross hatched marks underside
Height: 12cm Length: 40.5cm Width: 18cm

 100-150

397
A PAIR OF SPELTER AND PORCELAIN EWERS
Circa: 1900
Elaborately cast with high scrolling handles and decoratively pierced spouts, collars and bases, egg shaped cobalt porcelain bodies with transfer designs to oval medallions
Height: 49cm

 120-180

398
A LARGE PAIR OF ORMOLU MOUNTED PORCELAIN VASES
Later 19th century
High shouldered baluster vases with broad necks in rich ink blue, with oriental style cast bronze rims, trailing dragon handles to the collar, and raised and pierced bases; impressed numerals and single letters underside
Height: 46cm

 1000-2000

399
PWERLE, GRACIE MORTON (B. CIRCA 1956 UTOPIA)
'Bush Plum'
Acrylic on canvas, painted 2010, with Certificate of Authenticity from Saltbush Gallery, Alice Springs
Height: 95cm Width: 128cm

 400-600

400
19TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Pair of paintings: Wentworth Falls, and The Three Sisters, Blue Mountains, New South Wales
Oils on board, initialled PC lower left to both
Height: 40cm Width: 54.5cm

 300-500

401
A FACSIMILE VICTORIAN SANDS & MCDOUGALL PRINT OF MELBOURNE
After the 1880s original, and numbered 195/475 below image, housed in an antique style moulded timber frame
Height: 144cm Width: 174cm

 300-500

402
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Lavender Bay - Sydney Harbour'
Gouache on paper, signed Jenni Mitchell lower left
Height: 52cm Width: 72cm

 500-700

403
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Mt Arapiles'
Oil on cotton duck, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '84 lower left
Height: 78.5cm Width: 93.5cm

 500-700

404
NO LOT

 

405
EIGHT ANTIQUE PRINTS
1793 and early 19th century
Two sets of four prints, comprising four oval prints of London scenes published in London and Paris, and later hand coloured engravings of London and Rome
Height: 11.5cm Width: 14cm (pictured)

 300-500

406
MAYER, THADDAUS (TADDEO) (1814-1856)
Portrait of a girl in a white dress
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated Taddeo Mayer 1846 vertically lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 19cm

 200-300

407
18TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Rustic figures in a landscape
Oil on panel, unsigned
Height: 13.5cm Width: 19cm

 300-500

408
NAMATJIRA, ALBERT (1902-1959)
Ghost gum and blue ranges
Watercolour on paper, signed Albert Namatjira lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 27.5cm

 10000-15000

409
HESSELDIN, JAMES MARSHALL (BRITISH SCHOOL 1887-1969)
Cornish harbour scenes
A pair of watercolours signed J. Heseldin lower left and lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 24.5cm

 180-280

410
HAYES, BETTE (B.1922)
The card game
Oil on board, signed Bette Hays lower right, signed title verso
Height: 29.5cm Width: 40cm

 200-300

411
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Village and ruin
Oil on composition board, signed and possibly dated but indistinctly lower left
Height: 20.5cm Diameter: 25.5cm

 200-300

412
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Village
Oil on composition board
Height: 20.5cm Width: 25.5cm

 200-300

413
HUBER, JACQUES (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Rural scene, Winter
Oil on canvas, signed J. Huber lower right; stamp of Docteur Jacques Huber of Valenciennes verso
Height: 37cm Width: 45cm

 50-100

414
HUBER, JACQUES (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Boats at dock
Pastel on paper, signed J. Huber lower right
Height: 36cm Width: 45cm

 50-100

415
DE VILLIERS, PIERRE (1921-2004, SOUTH AFRICAN SCHOOL)
Cape cottage and women washing
Oil on canvas board, signed Pierre de Villiers lower right
Height: 45cm Width: 60cm

 200-300

416
HUBER, JACQUES (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Wetlands
Oil on canvas board, signed J. Huber lower left; stamp of Docteur Jacques Huber of Valenciennes verso
Height: 23.5cm Width: 34cm

 50-100

417
HUBER, JACQUES (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Bright village
Oil on canvas, signed J. Huber lower left; label of Jacques Huber of Valenciennes verso
Height: 23cm Width: 32cm

 50-100

418
LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Flower study
Oil on canvas, dated 1899 to lower image
Height: 26cm Width: 20.5cm

 30-50

419
20TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL
Windmill and barge
Oil on canvas, initialled A.N.F lower right
Height: 27.5cm Width: 21.5cm

 30-50

420
ROCHEPIERRE (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Still life, roses in a vase
Oil on board, signed Rochepierre upper right; with handwritten note of dedication in French by the artist, signed and dated 1941 verso
Height: 48.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 400-800

421
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'Cacciaguiada sees Dante's Exile in God' from the suite, Heaven Canto, from Dante's 'The Divine Comedy'
1964 woodblock in colours, printed signature to plate; Certificate of authenticity from Nathan Daniel Isen, Purveyors of Fine Arts, Philadelphia; authentication by Frank Hunter, Director, the Salvador Dali Archives Ltd, NY
Height: 24.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 250-350

422
PAYNE, FRANCIS ('FRANKIE') MALLALIEU (1885-1975)
White trees in bushland
Oil on board, signed Frank Payne lower right
Height: 49cm Width: 33cm

 250-350

423
DALI, SALVADOR (1904-1989)
'Virgil's Admonishment' from the suite, 'The Divine Comedy'
1964 woodblock in colours; Certificate of authenticity from Nathan Daniel Isen, Purveyors of Fine Arts, Philadelphia; authentication by Frank Hunter, Director, the Salvador Dali Archives Ltd, NY
Height: 24.5cm Width: 17.5cm

 250-350

424
GILIOLI, EMILE (1911-1977)
'Composition Abstraite'
Original lithograph, Number 3, marked EA (for épreuve d'artiste - artist's proof), signed and marked below image, circa: 1950
Height: 43cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

425
GILIOLI, EMILE (1911-1977)
'Composition Abstraite'
Original lithograph, Number 2 and editioned 65/70, signed and numbered below image, circa: 1950
Height: 51cm Width: 48cm

 300-500

426
COLIN, PAUL (1892-1985)
'Danseuse Bleue', from the album, 'Le Tumulte Noir' - Editions D'Art Succes
A rare and important pochoir illustration hand coloured by Jean Saudé, Paris 1927, from an edition of 500 but not numbered, signed Paul Colin to plate lower left
Height: 45.5cm Width: 29.5cm

 1500-2000

427
GILIOLI, EMILE (1911-1977)
'Composition Abstraite'
Original lithograph, Number 1 and editioned 3/50, signed and numbered below image, circa: 1950
Height: 50cm Width: 64cm

 300-500

428
GILIOLI, EMILE (1911-1977)
'Composition Abstraite'
Original lithograph, Number 5 and editioned 64/75, signed and numbered below image, circa: 1950
Height: 66cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

429
GILIOLI, EMILE (1911-1977)
'Composition Abstraite'
Original lithograph, Number 4 and editioned 68/75, signed and numbered below image, circa: 1950
Height: 74cm Width: 51cm

 300-500

430
A LARGE FRENCH ARCHITECTURAL COPPER LINE ENGRAVING
Circa: 1770
By Jean Striedbeck after the design by Henri Haldenwanger, the well framed engraving depicting the Episcopal Palace at Strasbourg on the occasion of the arrival Madame La Dauphine on the 7 May; with history of the event and valuation by Sebra Prints for $2600
Height: 45cm Width: 74cm
Height: 44.5cm Width: 74cm

 400-600

431
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Wimmera Storm'
Oil on linen, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '84 lower left
Height: 99cm Width: 114cm

 600-800

432
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
'Reflections of Shoalhaven'
Oil on linen, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '96 lower left
Height: 120cm Width: 150cm

 800-1200

433
MITCHELL, JENNI (B.1955)
Yarra River, Eltham Park, Eltham
Oil on canvas, signed and dated Jenni Mitchell '86 lower left
Height: 136cm Width: 181cm

 1000-1200

434
A PERSIAN WOOL SADDLE BAG
A traditional tribal Qashqai bag with a striped woven back, having a central hooked medallion and traditional type borders, in colours upon a cherry red field
Length: 122cm Width: 68cm

 50-100

435
A PERSIAN WOOL SADDLE BAG
A traditional tribal Qashqai bag with a plain weave back, having a trio of patterned bands within various narrow geometric borders, in tan, chocolate, black and cream colours with tassels
Length: 110cm Width: 62cm

 50-100

436
A PERSIAN WOOL SADDLE BAG
A traditional tribal Qashqai bag, with a plain weave back, tassels and hooks, with snowflake type motifs and text in deep blue and terracotta colours upon a cream field and enclosed by patterned borders
Length: 120cm Width: 63cm

 50-100

437
A PERSIAN WOOL SADDLE BAG
A traditional tribal Qashqai bag, with a plain weave back, fringing and end tassels, with four star type motifs in grey and tangerine colours upon a russet field, surrounded by wide and narrow geometric borders in tan and tangerine colours
Length: 113cm Width: 46cm

 50-100

438
A PERSIAN WOOL SADDLE BAG
A traditional tribal Qashqai bag with a broad stripe weave back, knotted tassel fringes and hooks, with a central star motif in deep blue and maroon colours upon a brown field, with patterned borders in muted blue and maroon colours
Length: 112cm Width: 54cm

 50-100

439
A FINE QUALITY SILK ON SILK MASTER SIGNATURE QUM CARPET
In autumnal tones with a central thirty-two point rosette and a profusion of floral arabesques upon a cream field, master signature to the short end
Length: 133cm Width: 98cm

 1800-2500

440
A FINE QUALITY SILK ON SILK MASTER SIGNATURE QUM CARPET
With a central rosette and a profusion of flora in sage, green and ecru colours upon a russet field, master signature to the short end
Length: 154cm Width: 94cm

 1800-2500

441
A PERSIAN SILK RUG
In sage green, terracotta, and turquoise colours with a lozenge and formal arrangements of flower vases and birds in trees upon a white shaped field, with an undulate border of linked leafy forms and vases between narrow bands
Length: 182cm Width: 121cm

 500-800

442
A PERSIAN SILK RUG
In sage green, apricot and ink colours with a lobed lozenge surrounded by a profusion of floral forms upon the warm toned field, with spandrels and formal floral borders
Length: 180cm Width: 120cmfo

 400-500

443
A GEOMETRIC PERSIAN WOOL RUG
With two main lozenges upon a profusely embellished and patterned field, in russet, deep red colours with green and blue enrichments, with a chevron main border and narrow bands
Length: 172cm Width: 125cm

 100-200

444
A PERSIAN GEOMETRIC WOOL RUG
With diamond and octagonal tiles in muted russet colours upon an ink blue black field, surrounded by a series of narrow patterned borders in conforming tones
Length: 196cm Width: 122cm

 100-200

445
A PERSIAN WOOL TRIBAL RUG
In strawberry, turquoise and green colours with a central lozenge, spandrels and herati motifs upon a white field, the main border with patterns enclosed by floral bands
Length: 154cm Width: 112cm

 200-300

446
A PERSIAN WOOL RUG
With a central shaped lozenge, spandrels and a profusion of flora in myriad colours upon a bright red field, the main border with shah abassi linked with tendrils between narrow bands
Length: 224cm Width: 136cm

 300-500

447
A VINTAGE GARDEN DESIGN WOOL RUG
In a muted palette of pastel colours, maroon and deep blue decorated with an abundance of formal and bold sprays of flora and trees enclosed by conforming borders
Length: 357cm Width: 275cm

 800-1200

448
A PERSIAN STYLE WOOL RUG
Of bold tribal geometric design, with star and hook motifs in blue, red and white colours with patterned borders
Length: 294cm Width: 192cm

 800-1200

449
A PERSIAN WOOL RUG
With a central rosette, spandrels and a profusion of formal stylised flora in vases in dark and pale blue, pink and white colours upon a bright red field and surrounded by multiple borders
Length: 280cm Width: 200cm

 400-800

450
A FINE QUALITY WOOL MAYMEH PERSIAN RUG
Of typical regional, tribal design with a central diamond and profusely decorated with a diamond tile arrangement of flower clusters, stars, fountains, and tree of life motifs in colours upon a bright red field enclosed by patterned borders
Length: 313cm Width: 215cm

 800-1200

451
A RICHLY DECORATED PERSIAN WOOL RUG
With a central medallion, spandrels and a profusion of shah abassi and other flora linked with arabesques upon a bright red field, surrounded by ornate borders, the main navy border with conforming flora and flowing tendrils
Length: 320cm Width: 210cm

 600-1000

452
A WOOL CARPET WITH INDIGENOUS DESIGNS
The carpet with circles, navette shapes and vegetal forms in russet, ochre and white colours upon a brown field; in hand spun New Zealand wool
Length: 270cm Width: 194cm

 700-1000

453
A PERSIAN TURKOMAN WOOL CARPET
Of typical red, blue and white colours with an allover gul design upon a red field enclosed by wide geometric border and narrow chevron and arrow point borders
Length: 298cm Width: 202cm

 800-1200

454
AN OVAL MIRROR IN A PAINTED FRAME
In a grey white finish, the oval mirror within a raised oval inner frame with a border of symmetrical vegetal motifs within bead and rope bands, the wider rectangular frame with extended corners and rose decorative spandrels
Length: 64cm Width: 54cm

 200-250

455
A LARGE GILT MANTLE MIRROR
In the French manner with a shaped arching crest with pierced shell and floral forms, a moulded patterned frame surrounding the bevelled plate
Height: 220cm Width: 138cm

 1000-2000

456
AN ART DECO CHROME AND BLACK BAKELITE FLOOR LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A stem lamp fully restored, rewired and in immaculate condition with black bakelite trims to the chrome stem, and fluted details to the lower register, upon a circular base with bead trims, with a white globe shade
Height: 172cm

 300-400

457
AN ART DECO CHROME AND BLACK AND CREAM BAKELITE FLOOR LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A stem lamp fully restored, rewired and in immaculate condition, with cream bakelite trims to the chrome stem, and raised on a black bakelite circular base with bead trims, with a white globe shade
Height: 166cm

 300-400

458
A MODERNE GLASS LIGHT FITTING
Circa: 1930s-40s
The pendant light with a frosted glass bi-disk with etched decoration
Diameter: 44cm

 30-50

459
A BRASS MOUNTED GLASS HALL LANTERN
Early 20th century
Of typical cylindrical form with a central stem and three candles surmounted with six scrolling brass straps, chain and cup attachment
Height: 42cm Diameter: 21cm

 200-400

460
AN ART DECO GLASS 'CLAM SHELL' CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
The stem with ball knop and a lobed trumpet, with five bold moulded shell shades in frosted apricot colours
Length: 72cm Diameter: 65cm

 2200-2600

461
A FRENCH GOTHIC REVIVAL BRONZE AND CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880s
The five light chandelier with pierced bronze work and superbly cut crystal egg shaped shades with drops, having four arms and a lower central shade
Length: 100cm Diameter: 72cm

 2800-3200

462
A LOUIS PHILIPPE STYLE BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With Neoclassical influences having a ceiling cup with a stiff leaf design and a similarly decorated urn form stem above a large shaped bowl issuing six scrolling arms with acanthus embellishments supporting dishes and electric candles
Length: 80cm Diameter: 66cm

 100-200

463
A CHROME ART DECO SIX BRANCH CHANDELIER BY EZAN
Circa: 1930s
With trumpets and pendant glass grape motifs to the stem, six shaped branches supporting upturned bowl shades with basket weave designs and grape bunches to the sides
Length: 88cm Diameter: 75cm

 2200-2600

464
AN ART DECO GLASS LIGHT FITTING BY EJG FRANCE
Circa: 1930s, with pattern number 10819
An amber coloured moulded dish with stylised rose decoration supported by three decorative white metal chains; marked EJG and pattern number in relief to rim
Length: 56cm Diameter: 37cm

 100-200

465
AN ART DECO BIRD CHANDELIER IN CHROME AND TIMBER
Circa: 1930s
With a moderne timber and chrome rod stem issuing four 'U' shaped arms with flying bird decorative elements and supporting frosted floriform dishes
Height: 87cm Diameter: 72cm

 800-1200

466
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK FALL FRONT DESK
Mid 20th century
With a fielded panel to the fall front opening to a partitioned interior and a small drawer, two panelled drawers below with restrained scroll motifs and swing handles, having a shaped apron and raised on hipped cabriole legs
Height: 103cm Width: 91cm Depth: 53cm

 250-350

467
A FRENCH MAHOGANY INLAID MARBLE TOP SHOP DISPLAY CABINET
Early 20th century
With a glazed upper section with a mirrored back and rounded edges, a concave collar to an extended quarter veneer panelled cupboard with a large medallion inlaid in various timbers with the scene of a shepherd attending his flock, a shaped apron and small tapering shaped legs
Height: 152cm Width: 65cm Depth: 37cm

 600-900

468
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
19th century
With a stepped projecting cornice above a pair of arched glazed doors flanked by fluted stiles and corbels, an extended base with an ogee profile drawer, panelled doors below with cabriole legs with carved husk knees and whorl feet either side, shelving to the interior and raised on a plinth base
Height: 234cm Width: 142cm Depth: 51cm

 600-900

469
A FRENCH MAHOGANY TIERED TEA TRAY
Early 20th century
The circular table with radiating veneer panels and a conforming undertier united by four fluted supports flowing to channel grooved tapering legs of slightly cabriole profile
Height: 72cm Diameter: 56cm

 100-300

470
AN EMPIRE STYLE BEDSIDE TABLE IN WALNUT AND MIXED TIMBERS
Circa: 1900
A bow front striated cream marble top above a single drawer and a cupboard with laureate handles flanked by pillars with cast bronze capitals and bases and open compartments, with book end veneers, cross banding, stringing and contrasting burr walnut panels, raised on conical legs with capped feet
Height: 87cm Width: 66cm Depth: 42cm

 450-650

471
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN GOTHIC REVIVAL MAHOGANY HALL CHAIRS
19th century
Richly carved rectangular backs with ring and scroll motifs to the crest, heraldic style lions in profile to the splats and raised on legs with pronounced carved knops
Height: 118cm Width: 45cm Depth: 53cm

 150-250

472
A VICTORIAN HUON PINE DRESSING TABLE
19th century
With a central mirror with carved crest and side supports, a central drawer flanked by twin pedestals with three drawers each, a shaped table with drawer above knopped supports with stud details and a conforming undertier
Height: 175cm Width: 122cm Depth: 60cm

 350-450

473
A GEORGIAN REVIVAL MAHOGANY CARVER
Early 20th century
With a camel hump back and shaped and pierced splat with knot decorations, shaped arms and raised on Queen Anne style cabriole legs, with striped upholstery to the chairs
Height: 98cm Width: 62cm Depth: 60cm

 150-250

474
A SHERATON REVIVAL MAHOGANY ARM CHAIR WITH SATINWOOD INLAY
Early 20th century
A square shield back with an open pierced splat, shaped arms to a serpentine upholstered seat and raised on square section tapering legs with spade feet, with an 'H' form stretcher
Height: 97cm Width: 56cm Depth: 56cm

 100-150

475
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK SIDEBOARD
Circa: 1930
With a shaped parquetry top above two drawers and four cupboards with fielded panels and relief carved decoration, raised on small curvaceous feet
Height: 105cm Width: 220cm Depth: 57cm

 400-800

476
AN EDWARDIAN SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY SETTEE AND TWO CHAIRS
Early 20th century
Delicately framed with stringing and inlaid decoration, a two-seat settee with a square profile, twin square panelled backs and raised on spade feet; a corner chair with anthemion motifs, and; an oval backed chair with borders of shaped side splats to the arms; matching cream and brown upholstery to all
Height: 86cm Width: 125cm Depth: 69cm (sofa) Height: 75cm (chair)

 300-500

477
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLES
Circa: 1900
Kidney shaped with white marble tops, pierced brass galleries and fluted legs
Height: 50cm Width: 44cm Depth: 28cm

 250-350

478
A HENRY II STYLE OAK BUFFET
Early 20th century
With a marble top and spindle gallery above two carved drawers and two open compartments with ring turned supports
Height: 103cm Width: 118cm Depth: 44cm

 350-650

479
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1900
Spinach marble tops with three quarter veneer panelled drawers with cross banding and ebony stringing, raised on fluted legs and having gilt bronze wreath pull handles
Height: 84cm Width: 47cm Depth: 37cm

 500-800

480
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY AND KINGWOOD COMMODE
Late 19th century
A curvaceous marble top, three long drawers with floral and scrolled reserves to the facades, a shaped apron with ornamented drop and raised on curvaceous legs, with fine gilt bronze cast twig handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 91cm Width: 90cm Depth: 43cm

 900-1500

481
A SMALL TABLE WITH BARLEY TWIST LEGS
Circa: 1900
The circular table with four legs united by a cross stretcher
Height: 70cm Diameter: 43cm

 100-150

482
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CABINET
Circa: 1930s
A shaped top, open compartment and three long bowed drawers, with swing handles, a shaped apron and raised on whorl feet
Height: 82cm Width: 61cm Depth: 40cm

 250-350

483
AN ART DECO SIX DRAWER CHEST IN FIDDLE BACK AND BURR TIMBERS
Circa: 1930
A rouge and grey marble top, small inlaid rosettes with mother-of-pearl decorations to the upper edges, the equal drawers with decorative lozenge escutcheons and raised on short legs of ribbed and conical profile
Height: 126cm Width: 65cm Depth: 37cm

 1000-1500

484
A LOUIS XVI STYLE STRETCHER-BASED PAINTED CONSOLE TABLE
Early 20th century
In a pale blue grey finish with a white marble top, a bead and laurel carved frieze above fluted legs with stiff leaf and laurel decorations
Height: 90cm Width: 80cm Depth: 42cm

 300-500

485
A FRENCH LOUIS XVI STYLE TULIPWOOD SECRETAIRE
Circa: 1900
With quarter veneer panelling to the top and fall front with stringing and contrasting timber banding, a blue leather writing surface to the interior and two drawers with compartments, three long drawers with book end veneers, beaded ring handles and raised on chamfered short sabre legs with sabots
Height: 95cm Width: 72cm Depth: 49cm

 500-800

486
A SMALL INLAID TULIPWOOD OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
The shaped top with a low gallery edge having quarter veneer panelling with floral inlay, similarly decorated to the single drawer and sides, with elegant chamfered tapering legs and gilt bronze sabots
Height: 63cm Width: 47cm Depth: 32cm

 200-300

487
A SET OF THREE INLAID CHERRY WOOD NESTING TABLES
20th century
The rectangular tables inlaid with floral designs, with twin side supports to trestle ends, the inner most table with a stretcher base, the outer two tables with rear stretchers
Height: 70cm Length: 49cm Width: 37cm and smaller

 350-550

488
A SMALL MARQUETRY ÉTAGÈRE, FACTORY OF EMILE GALLÉ
Circa: 1930
The rectangular table with rounded corners inlaid with a dragonfly and lily pads in exotic timbers upon a vigorously figured tulipwood ground, with shaped walnut legs united by an undertier, bearing the inlaid signature of Gallé
Height: 77cm Width: 61cm Depth: 33cm

 500-800

489
A FINE TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT PROVINCIAL COMMODE
18th century
The deep commode of serpentine profile and of pegged construction with three heavy oak lined drawers, each with a trio of shaped and framed panels with Neoclassical gilt bronze escutcheons and cast pull handles, with a shaped apron and raised on short legs with whorl feet
Height: 97cm Width: 134cm Depth: 68cm

 1800-2600

490
A SMALL ART DECO MAHOGANY TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The circular table raised on four rectangular plank supports with curved front profiles raised on a cross form plank base with curved terminals above extended square timber plates
Height: 71cm Diameter: 85cm

 200-300

491
A SIGNED VINTAGE FRENCH METALWORK AUTO TROLLEY
Mid 20th century, impressed mark of Gaillagot, G. to frame
With a mirrored top framed within a bark and thumbprint textured metalwork frame, hammered metal rails to the short ends with scrolling mounts and decorated with pierced grapevine spandrels, a timber undertier and rubberised casters
Height: 74cm Length: 95cm Width: 46cm

 700-900

492
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD DROP SIDE OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1900
Of serpentine profile with floral inlay to quarter veneer panels enclosed by contrasting stringing and cross banding, with a similarly decorated shaped frieze drawer, faux to the reverse, raised on cabriole legs, with brass banding to the edges, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 75cm Length: 122cm Width: 57cm

 1000-1500

493
A GERMAN WALNUT SECRETAIRE
Early 20th century
In richly figured walnut with a black marble top above a frieze drawer, a fall front opening to a leather writing surface and an arrangement of drawers and compartments, three long drawers below and raised on extended square form convex feet, with gilt bronze wreath form handles and floral escutcheons
Height: 143cm Width: 97cm Depth: 38cm

 400-600

494
A MARBLE AND WROUGHT IRON STRETCHER-BASED OCCASIONAL TABLE
Circa: 1930s
With a vigorously mottled cream, stone and ochre rectangular top framed by pierced scrolling ironwork and supported on extravagant 'S' scroll bifurcated legs
Height: 53cm Length: 75cm Width: 56cm

 250-350

495
AN 'X' FRAME INLAID AND UPHOLSTERED CHAIR IN THE RENAISSANCE MANNER
19th century
Of typical form, the boldly framed chair with pen worked blond inlay throughout, an applied rosette and original red velvet upholstery
Height: 90cm Width: 70cm Depth: 51cm

 200-400

496
A REGENCY REVIVAL MAHOGANY STRETCHER-BASED ARM CHAIR
20th century
The camel back chair with a wheat sheaf splat, bowed arm rests and side supports, a drop-in seat and raised on square section legs
Height: 96cm Width: 59cm Depth: 54cm

 120-160

497
A TULIPWOOD LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY OCCASIONAL/WORK TABLE
Early 20th century
The top with floral inlay to strung quarter veneered panels, one half sliding to reveal a compartment and tray, a drawer to the other short end, inlay to the apron and raised on tapering square section legs with upswept stretchers to a small galleried undertier, with restrained gilt bronze trims and pendants
Height: 78cm Length: 67cm Width: 40cm

 500-800

498
A FRENCH OAK TWIN PEDESTAL DESK
Late 19th century
With a solid timber top above two drawers with linen fold carved details, leather covered panels to the pedestal doors with brass stud details and twin fielded panels to the sides, raised on impressive square section scrolled feet; originally purchased from House of Desks in 1991 with a valuation of $5250
Height: 68cm Width: 165cm Depth: 74cm

 650-950

499
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY SÉCRETAIRE À ABBATANT
Circa: 1890
In kingwood and tulipwood with a marble top above a long drawer, a quarter veneer panelled fall front with a inlaid rose medallion, a fitted interior with a leather writing surface, lower conforming cupboards and raised on conical feet, with stringing and cross banding throughout and gilt bronze mounts
Height: 144cm Width: 73cm Depth: 40cm

 800-1500

500
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE ROSEWOOD, MAHOGANY AND MARQUETRY COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a coffee coloured marble top above a frieze with trailing ivy leaf inlay, a ribbon and garland inlaid ornament to the two long drawers, with cast gilt bronze wreath handles, shaped legs and sabots
Height: 88cm Width: 88cm Depth: 44cm

 800-1200

501
AN EDWARDIAN UPHOLSTERED MAHOGANY DAYBED
Early 20th century
With a camel hump back with carved crest detail, rollover arms and a stuffover seat, leaf carved side supports and leafy feet; striped and floral fabric as found
Height: 93cm Width: 199cm Depth: 72cm

 250-350

502
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK BUFFET
Circa: 1930, with key
Having a long drawer above twin cupboards with fielded panels and small relief carved motifs, a shaped apron and raised on whorl feet, with pull handles and pierced brass escutcheons
Height: 106cm Width: 80cm Depth: 45cm

 250-350

503
A FINE LOUIS XVI WALNUT COMMODE
18th century
The deep commode with a veined and mottled red grey marble top above three tripled framed drawers in finely figured veneer, with book end veneers to the sides, having ormolu circular handles and festooned escutcheons, and raised on small conical fluted legs
Height: 90cm Width: 131cm Depth: 62cm

 1000-2000

504
A SMALL RÉGENCE OAK CABINET
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine top, open compartment and two lower cupboards with fielded panels, a shaped apron and small curvaceous feet
Height: 80cm Width: 75cm Depth: 46cm

 180-240

505
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD AND MARQUETRY BOMBÉ CHIFFONIÈRES
Circa: 1930s
Shaped yellow marble tops above two drawers with floral inlay to quarter veneer panels, shaped aprons and hipped curvaceous legs, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 47cm Depth: 30cm

 500-800

506
A SMALL LOUIS XVI STYLE KINGWOOD DESK
Early 20th century
With a diamond parquetry top, crossbanding and ebony stringing, a single frieze drawer with cast gilt bronze ring handles and centred with a gilt bronze decorative border, raised on square section legs with conforming trims
Height: 75cm Width: 90cm Depth: 55cm

 700-900

507
ART DECO WROUGHT IRON CONSOLE TABLE WITH MARBLE TOP
Circa: 1930
With scroll and rope twists and a cabriole console leg with decoration
Height: 82cm Width: 71cm Depth: 26cm

 600-800

508
A MAGNIFICENT VICTORIAN MAHOGANY SIX LEAF EXTENSION TABLE WITH TWELVE CHAIRS BY GM & HG STORY OF LONDON
Later 19th century, maker's cartouche to some chairs, winder for table
Oval extending table with twin knopped pedestals and splayed carved legs, the balloon back chairs with tapering ribbed legs, original leather upholstery
Height: 75cm Length: 177cm Width: 150cm Extended length: 446cm (table)
Height: 89cm (chair)

 3000-5000

509
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY MIRROR BACKED PEDESTAL SIDEBOARD
Mid 19th century
With an arching frame with finely carved and pierced arabesque vegetal forms enclosing the original silvered glass, the deep sideboard with three drawers to the shaped frieze, twin pedestals with flame mahogany fronts and relief carved stiff leaf border details above squashed bun feet
Height: 170cm Width: 186cm Depth: 65cm

 500-1000

510
A DIRECTOIRE STYLE DESK IN MIXED TIMBERS
Circa: 1900, with keys
With a tooled black leather top above an inlaid frieze drawer with tassels flanked by side drawers with burr veneer fronts, blonde stringing throughout and embellished with gilt bronze mounts and caps to the tapering square section legs
Height: 78cm Width: 145cm Depth: 75cm

 1200-1800

511
A LOUIS XVI STYLE MARQUETRY AND MAHOGANY PIER CABINET
Late 19th century
A rouge and grey marble top, acanthus inlay to the frieze above an arabesque and vase decorated cupboard, turned pillars to the sides and raised on toupie feet, with simple brass trimming throughout
Height: 109cm Width: 78cm Depth: 37cm

 1200-1800

512
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD MARQUETRY BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: mid 20th century
A purple and ochre shaped marble top above two long drawers, an ornamented apron, and gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 112cm Depth: 48cm

 1200-1500

513
A MAHOGANY TWO LEAF EXTENSION TABLE AND EIGHT MATCHING CHAIRS
The oval table with double brass stringing to the edges and twin tripod bases, with six chairs and two carvers with twist top rails, pierced mid rails, double brass stringing details to the side rails and legs, upholstered in russet floral fabric
Height: 78cm Length: 118cm Width: 116cm Extended Length: 208cm (table) Height: 96cm (carver)

 600-1000

514
A LOUIS XVI STYLE DEMI-LUNE TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Circa: 1900
With a coffee coloured marble top above three drawers with book end veneers, cross banding and ebony stringing, gilt bronze beaded ring handles, cast mounts and tapering legs
Height: 85cm Width: 85cm Depth: 43cm

 1000-1500

515
A RICHLY CARVED LOUIS XIII STYLE OAK DISPLAY CABINET
Late 19th century
Profusely carved in the Renaissance Revival manner with barley twist columns, fantastic creature and leafy borders, with two glazed cabinets, an open compartment, two drawers and lower cupboards embellished with dead game ornaments in high relief
Height: 242cm Width: 137cm Depth: 64cm

 600-900

516
A CARVED HENRY II STYLE WALNUT COURT CABINET
Late 19th century
Well carved and ornamented with floral and patterned motifs, with turned and fluted columns, a raised central section with arching compartment, side cupboards, an extended base with rear plate rack, twin drawers and cupboards
Height: 253cm Width: 152cm Depth: 55cm

 300-600

517
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARBLE TOPPED COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
Of slightly breakfront form with three drawers well ornamented with floral inlay, perspective cube parquetry and key fret borders, with bronze mounts and ring handles, curvaceous legs and sabots
Height: 103cm Width: 15cm Depth: 50cm

 1000-2000

518
A SMALL TRANSITIONAL STYLE MARQUETRY COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped marble top above two conforming drawers with floral inlay, crossbanding and stringing, curvaceous legs, bronze ring handles and mounts.
Height: 80cm Width: 72cm Depth: 39cm

 600-800

519
A FINE ART DECO SIDEBOARD IN MAHOGANY AND BURR TIMBERS
Circa: 1930
A mottled grey marble top above four central drawers with brass pull handles and circular backplates, flanked by two cupboards with tiled burr panels centred with striking framed cast bronze figural ornaments in relief, raised on pairs of bun feet
Height: 103cm Width: 175cm Depth: 51cm

 800-1500

520
A SLENDER RÉGENCE STYLE SIX DRAWER CHIFFIONIÈRE
Mid 20th century
Six equal drawers with recessed panels and pull handles and raised on curvaceous scroll legs
Height: 107cm Width: 48cm Depth: 35cm

 250-350

521
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE MAHOGANY BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1900
With marble tops framed by brass galleries, three drawers and raised on fluted legs
Height: 73cm Width: 38cm Depth: 24cm

 500-800

522
A PAIR OF RÉGENCE STYLE OAK BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
With shaped parquetry tops above three drawers with relief carved motifs, fielded panels to the sides, shaped carved aprons and curvaceous legs
Height: 73cm Width: 41cm Depth: 30cm

 400-800

523
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930s
In pebble textured wrought iron and of rectangular profile with geometric tile designs, a hat rack, central mirror, hooks and provision for umbrellas and sticks
Height: 194cm Width: 84cm Depth: 15cm

 1000-2000

524
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK DESK
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped parquetry top above a central drawer flanked by pairs of drawers with carved motifs, and raised on curvaceous legs
Height: 77cm Width: 128cm Depth: 75cm

 500-800

525
A VINTAGE FRENCH WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS SHELF
Circa: 1930s
The single wall mounted shelf with scrolling iron work, the frame enclosing a pane of textured glass
Height: 15cm Width: 95cm Depth: 30cm

 100-200

526
A FINE PAIR OF FRENCH ART DECO ROSEWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
With shaped grey marble tops and cupboards of conforming profile with chrome knob handles, the interiors with one drawer and chequer board trims, raised on shaped feet
Height: 62cm Width: 56cm Depth: 38cm

 400-600

527
A VICTORIAN ASH UPHOLSTERED FOOTSTOOL
A long-channelled frame with small block feet, upholstered with striped and floral fabric
Height: 15cm Length: 108cm Width: 25cm

 50-100