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Fine& Decorative Arts

47 Glenferrie Road, Malvern Vic3144
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Sunday 28 July 2019
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-50
 Clocks & Bronzes51-125
 Oriental126-179
 Silver180-287
 Glass288-309
 Porcelain310-350
 Paintings351-403
 Carpets404-409
 Mirrors & Lights410-429
 Furniture430-507

001
A DUPONT LAQUE DE CHINE GAS CIGARETTE LIGHTER
The lighter in a gloss lacquered woodgrain finish with gold plated trims, serial number 85DCA20; engraved marks to base, with box
Length: 6cm Width: 3.5cm

 100-150

002
A FRENCH INDUSTRIAL STYLE JIELDE DESK LAMP
Post 1950, original design by Jean Louis Domecq
In pale frosted gold, having a helmet type shade with an outer ring, two folding arms with ball joints and raised on a heavy circular, base, with applied maker's label to shade
Length: 120cm (fully extended)

 600-800

003
AN ANTIQUE EUROPEAN CARVED WOOD ECCLESIASTICAL GROUP IN THE MEDIEVAL MANNER
A pair of grieving gaunt male and female figures, probably from a Lamentation scene, with remnant polychromy and some filling to aged fissures, the reverse plain and hollowed suggesting the duo was originally part of a larger altarpiece group
Height: 39.5cm Width: 25cm

 500-800

004
A EUROPEAN MINIATURE PAINTING OF A WOMAN HOUSED IN AN ANTIQUE TORTOISESHELL INLAID BRASS FRAME
19th century
An oval watercolour half portrait of a woman in 18th century attire in a brass frame inlaid with tortoiseshell decoration in the form of a bird holding a leafy branch in its beak, possibly dated centre left
Height: 12cm Width: 9cm

 100-200

005
A 9 CARAT GOLD NAPKIN RING
Circa: 1940s, with maker's mark for Hardy Bros
The engine turned ring with applied shaped edges, hallmarked near rim, with commemorative inscription to the interior
Gold weight: 30gr
Diameter: 4.5cm

 300-400

006
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE AUSTRALIAN 18 CARAT GOLD STUDS
Later 19th century, with mark of J.M. Wendt
Dress shirt studs with scroll and floral work to the buttons and marked JMW with gold stamp underside
Diameter: 1cm

 100-200

007
AN ANTIQUE NOVELTY TWO COLOUR GOLD WHISTLE CHARM
Fashioned as a rattle with four pendant baubles and a small stick of orange coral serving as the 'teether'
Length: 3.5cm

 200-300

008
A GROUP OF FOUR VINTAGE SMOKING RELATED EFFECTS
Early 20th century, French, Dutch, other Continental
A French Art Deco .950 silver, green shagreen and black snake skin cigarette case, Minerva I standard and maker's cartouche; a Dutch black leather bound cigarette case lighter by Verweegen & Kok; a bird's eye maple .935 silver mounted cigarette case, unmarked; a cased amber cigarette holder by Echt Barnsteen
Length: 10cm Width: 8cm

 200-300

009
A VINTAGE FOLDING BRASS FIRE SCREEN
The pierced nine blade screen with a cast leaf decoration to the crest and supported on scrolling pierced feet centred with shield cabochon
Height: 59.5cm Width: 82cm

 200-400

010
AN AUSTRALIAN THEMED SILVER-PLATED INKSTAND SET
19th century
With a fern surmounted by an emu, an aboriginal figure and a kangaroo, upon a velvet ground, with two glass inkpots and an ivory pen with a sterling mount, the whole raised on an ebonised base
Height: 20cm Length: 29cm Width: 14cm

 600-800

011
A FRENCH PORCELAIN AND METALWARE OIL LAMP
Later 19th century, with maker's mark for L&B Brevetes
The baluster shaped font with bird and berry transferware designs upon a cast leafy base, with brass burner mechanism, no chimney
Height: 34.5cm

 150-250

012
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CRYSTAL TRUMPET VASES IN ORMOLU MOUNTS
Second half 19th century
The facet cut trumpets with scalloped rims set within a cast base of French Gothic inspiration with floriform sconces, gargoyles and square form conical bases with blind fretwork and canted corners
Height: 29.5cm

 200-300

013
A LARGE VINTAGE CARVED IVORY TUSK
Probably African in origin, carved with a herd of ten elephants in a forest setting, signed G. Rungu underside and mounted in a palisander stand to one end
Height: 19.5cm Width: 68cm

 500-800

014
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FRENCH LAMPS IN BRASS AND WHITE METAL
Late 19th century
One 'Lampe Pigeon' and one 'Lampe Olympe', kerosene lamps with all fittings and glass chimneys
Height: 23cm

 80-120

015
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY STATIONERY COMPENDIUM
Early 20th century
The fall front box with an inlaid boxwood batwing motif opening to a fitted interior with tiers of shaped racks, sterling silver name plaque to front
Height: 25.5cm Width: 34.5cm Depth: 17.5cm

 50-100

016
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH OIL LAMP
Later 19th century, with mark of SS Paris to mechanism
With a baluster shaped porcelain font with transferware designs of a heron and one other bird upon an ivory ground, with brass mounts, a cranberry glass frilled shade and chimney
Height: 56.5cm

 150-250

017
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH OIL LAMP
Later 19th century, unmarked
Having an ovoid porcelain font decorated with transferware zygo cactus and birds upon an ivory ground, with brass mounts, a pink petal form glass collar and chimney
Height: 46cm

 150-250

018
A VINTAGE PEUGEOT FRÈRES METAL COFFEE GRINDER
Mid 20th century
In pillar box red with manual grinding arm and small wooden drawer, with badge of Peugeot Frères and engraved mark to arm
Height: 21cm Length: 12.5cm Width: 12.5cm

 50-100

019
AN ANTIQUE GLASS CLOCHE
19th century
Of typical form upon a fitted ebonised rectangular base with rounded ends
Height: 48cm Length: 41cm Width: 21cm

 200-300

020
AN ANTIQUE BRASS OIL LAMP WITH AN IMARI BASE
Later 19th century, mark of Hugo to mechanism
The imari vase base decorated with fan shaped reserves with bird decoration upon a floral strewn and underglaze cobalt ground, mounted in a bronze coloured brass base and collar, full mechanism and chimney
Height: 60cm

 250-350

021
A PAINTED PORCELAIN PLAQUE BY FRANCIS CLARK
Later 20th century
Depicting a small girl holding a white cat, three keen Jack Russell terriers at her feet, signed F. Clark lower left; Francis Clark joined Royal Worcester as a painter in 1972
Height: 21cm Width: 18.5cm

 100-160

022
ALLISON, WILLIAM (BRITISH SCHOOL, ACTIVE C.1815)
Mrs John Atlee (attributed)
Portrait miniature, oval watercolour on ivory, depicting Mrs Atlee dressed in a purple gown and bonnet with lappets against red velvet drapery and a landscape beyond, signed and dated W. Allison 1815 upper right, housed in a leather and silk lined book form travelling case, with an associated calling card for Mrs John F. Atlee of 300 Regent Street (London)

 400-600

023
HUDSON, WILLIAM (BRITISH SCHOOL, ACTIVE C.1820)
Mrs Thomas Hall (attributed)
Portrait miniature, rectangular watercolour on ivory, depicting Mrs Hall dressed in a lace trimmed mauve gown, signed and dated W. Hudson 1819 upper right, housed in a leather and velvet lined book form travelling case, with associated ephemera including a letter and hand written calling card for Mrs Thos Hall, St George's Place 3, Walworth (London)

 400-600

024
AN ORNATE FRENCH CAST BRONZE HANGING SCONCE
Circa: 1900
An ornate Renaissance revival shield style wall mount with rocaille asymmetry issuing a decorative curved arm with fantastic creature head and scroll buttress, the terminal with hook
Height: 29.5cm

 90-120

025
A VINTAGE ORANGE LAMP 'MOON' BY KARE OF SPAIN
Circa: 1980
In brushed white metal and acrylic, cleverly constructed as a single coiled strip of acrylic held within a ring that can be rotated and adjusted as required, upon a circular base
Height: 38cm

 400-600

026
A FRENCH OIL LAMP WITH A JAPANESE SATSUMA STYLE BASE
19th century, with mark of Hugo to mechanism
The baluster earthenware base in sprayed red terracotta colours and enamel decorated with trailing flora, a decorative border to the neck, housed in a pierced and cast brass base and collar, with complete burner mechanism, chimney and frosted etched shade
Height: 66cm

 200-300

027
A FRENCH PORCELAIN AND METAL FUEL LANTERN
Early 20th century
Having a shaped porcelain font with floral transferware decoration raised on a metal base, with metal mounts and glass chimney
Height: 53.5cm

 100-200

028
TWO PAIRS OF ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
19th century and after
One pair of knopped and faceted form raised on stepped octagonal bases, the later pair of knopped tapering form to circular domed bases
Height: 23cm and 21cm

 80-120

029
TWO PAIRS OF ANTIQUE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
Early 20th century
The similar pairs with sconces and removable dishes above slender baluster stems with knife blade knops to stepped dome bases
Height: 19.5cm and 21cm

 50-60

030
AN ANTIQUE OIL LAMP
Later 19th century, mark of HS with English Import mark (in French)
An urn form porcelain font of moulded shape with transferware meadow flower and bird designs upon a cream ground, with brass mounts, a frilled cup shape etched and painted collar with chimney
Height: 57cm

 150-250

031
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH OIL LAMP
Later 19th century, marked Guardard and Made In France to mechanism
Having an ovoid porcelain font with transferware decorations upon a deep ivory ground, with brass mounts, an apricot petal form glass collar and chimney
Height: 53cm

 150-250

032
AN ART DECO PAINTED TERRACOTTA FIGURE WITH PEACOCK
Circa: 1920s, mark of J. Montry
A crouching cold painted nude female figure in gold with modish curled hair gesturing to a deep green coloured peacock, raised on an integral stepped rectangular plinth replicating bronze, inscribed signature to base
Height: 32.5cm Length: 61.5cm Width: 18cm

 100-200

033
AN ART DECO WHITE MARBLE FIGURAL GROUP BY HUGUENIN DUMITTAN (1888-1975)
A female nude figure cradling her child, faint incised signature lower right to base
Height: 44cm Length: 47cm Width: 12cm

 1000-1200

034
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH MONKEY VIOLINIST AUTOMATON
Circa: 1870s, marked Made in France M & C to musical mechanism
Housed in a large glass dome above an ebonised base, featuring the well attired seated monkey with his violin within a naturalistic rockwork and vegetated bower with fabric and wire flowers, natural grasses, feathers; with key
Height: 70cm Width: 63cm Depth: 29cm

 1000-2000

035
AN ANTIQUE PAINTED OPALINE 20 INCH KEROSENE LAMP
Late 19th century, mark of Matador (Ehrich& Graetz, Berlin) to the mechanism
The pale blue font of compressed form with waisted stem to a moulded base, hand painted with blue cornflowers and a brown chicken, with complete burner mechanism and glass chimney
Height: 65cm

 100-200

036
A STYLISH MID CENTURY THREE LIGHT TABLE LAMP
1950s-60s, unmarked
Fine white glass trumpets with a pulled décor, gilt triangular motifs to rims and held in gilt calyxes to a cluster stem with cut crystal knops, an oval base
Height: 48cm

 250-300

037
A STYLISH PAIR OF MID CENTURY THREE LIGHT WALL SCONCES
1950s-60s, unmarked
A sunburst arrangement with silver orbs and fine white glass trumpets with a pulled décor, gilt triangular motifs to rims and held in gilt calyxes, with gold navette wall mounts
Length: 46cm Width: 46cm

 200-250

038
A PAIR OF VINTAGE GIRANDOLE MIRROR WALL SCONCES
Early 20th century
In the Louis XVI manner with rectangular mirrors set within pierced and scrolling vegetal frames, with mascaron crests and pendants, the lower issuing three curvaceous arms supporting sconces and dishes
Height: 44cm Width: 30cm

 150-250

039
A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT, HASSELBLAD ETC
Including: Hasselblad 500C/M camera; Hasselblad 55 telephoto piece (without lens) and rear lens cap 50377; two Hasselblad film backs, U 492106 and RC 3268086; rear Hasselblad rear protective cover 51063; Hasselblad 100 Polaroid land camera back VD 5101A; Hasselblad bellow lens shade hood (80,100-150); National PE-387S flash unit; Minolta flash meter IV

 50-100

040
A SET OF FIVE COPPER SAUCEPANS
A nesting tin lined set with rivet joined steel handles
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 150-250

041
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE VERDE ANTICO ORMOLU MOUNTED URNS
19th century
The baluster pair with waisted necks and domed integral covers with fruiting finials, pairs of Neoclassical mascaron handles, festoons, and raised on fluted conical pedestals to square bases
Height: 53cm

 1000-2000

042
TWO FRENCH COPPER MARMALADE CAULDRONS
One of plain form and the other of heavy gauge and in a fine hammered finish with steel handles
Height: 14cm Diameter: 40cm and smaller

 200-300

043
A BRONZE AMPHORA URN VASE WITH STAND
19th century
The amphora with pointed foot and a decorated border in relief set within an integral pierced tripod stand with floral and creature motifs
Height: 51cm

 300-400

044
A SET OF FIVE 'LES CUIVRES DE FAUCOGNEY' COPPER SAUCEPANS
The vintage nesting set, tin lined, with rivet joined steel handles, stamped to the exterior
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20cm and smaller

 140-200

045
A SET OF FIVE HEAVY GAUGE COPPER SAUCEPANS
The vintage nesting set, tin lined, with rivet joined steel handles, marked Made in France
Height: 9cm Diameter: 18.5cm and smaller

 140-200

046
A SET OF FIVE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
The vintage nesting lightweight set, tin lined with rivet joined brass handles
Height: 9cm Diameter: 18cm and smaller

 140-200

047
A COPPER VILLEDIEU-LES-POELES FISH POACHER
In a fine hammered finish, complete with pierced tin liner, stamped maker's mark to side
Length: 67cm Width: 18.5cm

 200-300

048
AN ART DECO TERRACOTTA PORTRAIT BUST
Circa: 1920s-30s
The hand modelled terracotta bust of a young woman with 'garcon' style hair and supported on a timber block base, unmarked
Height: 37cm

 250-350

049
AN ART NOUVEAU GOLDSCHEIDER TERRACOTTA FLAMENCO DANCER TOGETHER WITH A WOODEN DISPLAY PEDESTAL
Circa: 1900, pattern 3710 with additional numerals, maker's cartouche
The animated female dancer with her dress swirling and a tambourine at her feet, in bronze painted colours, signed Rose, with monogram, cartouche in relief to rear with impressed numerals, and a turned pedestal
Height: 110cm (pedestal) Height: 78cm (figure)

 300-500

050
A COLLECTION OF MCC MEMBERSHIP BADGES 1955-1990 AND V.F.L PARK MEMBER MEDALLIONS FOR SEASONS 1976-1986
Thirty six Melbourne Cricket Club membership badges including the original envelopes and associated ladies' tickets, and eleven Victorian Football League medallions also with original envelopes

 300-500

051
A MAGNIFICENT FRENCH EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU AND PORPHYRY CENTREPIECE
Late 19th century
Superbly cast as a boat shaped shell flanked by high set female demi-figures in exotic dress carrying floral branches, raised upon a pedestal to the architectural plinth embellished to each face with lyre and scrollwork plaques
Height: 72cm Width: 46cm

 8000-11000

052
A SPELTER MODEL OF A PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s-30s, signature of R.Varnier and foundry stamp
The naturalistically modelled fowl posed upon a rocky outcrop and cold painted in muted ochre and bronze colours, above a green veined black marble base
Height: 41.5cm Length: 45cm Width: 17cm

 300-400

053
AN ART DECO MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1920s-30s, signed Delattre Armentières to dial
Of bold arching form in contrasting figured maroon and yellow marble decorated with formal cast floral, rope and tassel embellishments, the dial with Arabic numerals, upon a stepped and shaped base; with key and pendulum
Height: 38.5cm Length: 43.5cm Width: 16cm

 440-650

054
A FINE ART DECO EGYPTIAN INSPIRED MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
In mottled rouge marble, the portico style clock surmounted by a winged sphinx, the arching body enclosing an enamel dial with Arabic numerals and supported by four columns and a pair of jauntily posed caryatids in short tunics, with matching caryatid side tazze, key and pendulum
Height: 66cm Width: 36.5cm Depth: 16cm

 1800-2600

055
A FINE ART DECO BRONZE FIGURE
Circa: 1920s
A powerful study of a man pushing a raft with a pole, upon an integral base, in patinated colours and inscribed mark of Ouline to base
Height: 45cm Length: 63cm Width: 18cm

 1800-2400

056
AN ART DECO SPELTER PHEASANT
Circa: 1920s
In lustrous bronze, gold and shot colours, with stylised feathers and raised on a dark veined marble base with contrasting white and banded tile trims
Height: 25cm Length: 54cm Width: 14cm

 200-300

057
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE REGULATOR MANTLE CLOCK
1850-1870, with key and mercury regulator pendulum
The drum head clock with an enamelled chapter ring with Roman numerals and visible escapement above a glazed case and flanked by ribbed pilasters and volutes to an extended base, with contrasting granitic trims
Height: 47cm Width: 38cm Depth: 17cm

 500-700

058
AN ART DECO SPELTER GROUP OF CHAMOIS GOAT-ANTELOPES
Circa: 1920s
In lustrous bronze colours, the trio upon craggy cantilevered verdigris coloured rockwork above a two tone marble base with a contrasting onyx tile trim
Height: 35cm Width: 55cm Depth: 13cm

 400-600

059
AN ART DECO SPELTER SEAGULL FIGURE BY IRÉNÉE ROCHARD
Circa: 1930
The dramatic image of a seagull in full flight over cresting wave, incised signature, and raised on an ellipse shaped black marble base
Height: 34cm Length: 49cm Width: 21cm

 300-500

060
A BRONZE FIGURE, 'REVERIE AU CHAMP' BY CORNEILLE HENRI THEUNISSEN (1863-1918)
The cast patinated bronze depicting a pensive female harvester at rest, her fork beside her, incised signature of Corneille Theunissen, twice incised with foundry marks for Susse Frères, Paris
Height: 43cm Width: 50cm

 3500-5500

061
AN ART DECO CREAM MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1930s, winding mechanism with key
A circular marble disc enclosing a brushed gold metal chapter ring with Arabic numerals and a contrasting marble roundel, flanked by a pair of stylised spelter birds issuing from vegetation upon a veined cream marble base
Height: 21.5cm Width: 50cm Depth: 8.5cm

 200-300

062
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE FIGURE OF A WOMAN
Circa: 1920s
The cold painted figure of a woman in a long gown with puffed sleeves arranged on a mottled amber and yellow marble fence with applied decorations and posts with finials, raised on a black marble base
Height: 34cm Width: 73.5cm Depth: 16.5cm

 700-900

063
AN ART DECO SPELTER BIRD TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s
A bright bronze coloured bird perched upon a green vegetal base beside a mottled yellow globular shade, upon a white onyx and black marble ellipse shaped base
Height: 13.5cm Length: 19.5cm Width: 8.5cm

 70-90

064
AN ART DECO SWAN TABLE LAMP
Circa; 1920s
The bright lustrous gold coloured swan with wings spread beside a milk glass globular shade upon an ellipse shaped rose and purple marble base
Height: 15cm Length: 27cm Width: 11cm

 90-110

065
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL LAMP
Circa: 1920s, mark of Limousin
A green cold painted figure of a nude female with a sweep of drapery from a necklace holding aloft a dish supporting a globe, raised upon a celadon onyx square base; signed to base of figure
Height: 43.5cm

 200-400

066
A SMALL ANTIQUE BRONZE MODEL OF A SADDLED DONKEY
19th to early 20th century
The well patinated model standing upon a gravel textured waisted base and a verde antico marble plinth
Height: 19cm Length: 20.5cm Width: 9cm

 450-650

067
A BRONZE FIGURE BY J. PÉNY
19th century
The seated figure of a woman with a jewelled diadem and Classical attire holding a small casket, upon an integral waisted and shaped base, signature of J. Pény to short end
Height: 33.5cm

 500-800

068
AN ART DECO SPELTER HERON TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s
A recumbent heron with outstretched wings in verdigris colours beside a small chrome ball and a flame style frosted shade, upon a rectangular mottled cream and maroon marble based with canted edges and chamfered ends
Height: 20cm Length: 31cm Width: 14cm

 100-200

069
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER GROUP
Circa: 1920s
A doe and a stag in lustrous bronze colours upon a rectangular mottled cream marble base
Height: 21.5cm Length: 45.5cm Width: 11cm

 120-160

070
A PAIR OF ART DECO PIERROT AND COLUMBINE BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
Depicting a kneeling Columbine in a tiered ballet costume being serenaded by a mandolin playing Pierrot reclining in a crescent moon, upon rouge mottled marble bases
Height: 18.5cm Length: 19.5cm Width: 10cm

 200-250

071
A BELGIAN VAL ST LAMBERT TAZZE AND A FRENCH METAL D'ART VASE
First half 20th century
The pressed glass tazze with relief mark of Val St Lambert raised on a silver plated stem with floral details to the collar and foot, and; an ovoid aluminium vase with moulded poppies in relief upon a textured ground, incised mark of L. Rozay to lower body
Heights: 27cm and 21cm

 100-200

072
A PAIR OF SPELTER DEER AND STAG BOOKENDS
Circa: 1930
The naturalistically modelled pair in a verdigris finish raised upon veined marble bases
Height: 19.5cm Length: 20cm Width: 8cm

 200-300

073
A PAIR OF ART DECO ALSATIAN BOOKENDS
Circa: 1920s
The opposite pair of alert seated dogs in lustrous gold and bronze colours upon portoro marble bases
Height: 17.5cm Length: 17.5cm Width: 9cm

 50-100

074
A PAIR OF BRONZE TAZZE
19th century
Elegant dishes with fine ribbed borders and cast rope twist grapevine handles, the pedestal with a threaded foot and raised on shaped and stepped square black slate bases
Height: 14cm Diameter: 17cm

 400-600

075
AN ART DECO SPELTER ELEPHANT TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s
A bronze coloured trumpeting elephant beside a topaz coloured globular shade with an internal honeycomb décor, raised on a red veined grey marble base
Height: 17.5cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 9cm

 100-120

076
AN ART DECO SPELTER MODEL OF A DOG
Circa: 1920s
An appealing model of a seated dog with head bent and one paw raised, upon a veined black marble base
Height: 25cm Length: 26.5cm Width: 13cm

 150-180

077
A SIGNED FRENCH PEWTER VASE
Early 20th century, with mark of F. Cortesi
With a long tapering neck to a compressed lower body, decorated with flowers in relief with incised and textured details, mark of F. Cortesi to lower body, stamp of Etain Garanti underside
Height: 22cm

 60-80

078
AN ART DECO SPELTER SQUIRREL INKWELL SET
Circa: 1920s
The export ware set featuring a stylised squirrel eating a nut beside a small hinged square pot upon a portoro marble base with a shallow channel for pens
Height: 12cm Length: 18cm Width: 11cm

 120-150

079
AN ART DECO BRONZE HERON GROUP BY IRÉNÉE ROCHARD (1906-1994)
Circa: 1930s
A study of three herons preening and drinking at a pond, in gold bronze colours and raised on a two tone portoro marble and green onyx base shaped as a drinking pool; incised mark of Rochard to the base
Height: 26cm Length: 33cm Width: 16cm

 800-1200

080
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF A WOMAN WITH A DOG
Circa: 1920s
The cold painted figure of a woman with ivorine face, attired in a fanciful laced medieval dress and accompanied by a borzoi, upon an onyx and black marble base
Height: 33cm Width: 38cm Depth: 14cm

 700-900

081
A PAIR OF FRENCH COVERED BRONZE URNS
19th century
Well cast with high set handles, decorated in relief with Bacchanalian cupids, the domed lid with a figural finial, raised on stepped marble bases with canted corners and embellished with fluted ormolu borders
Height: 33cm

 500-1000

082
A DRAMATIC ART DECO SPELTER FIGURAL GROUP BY R. VARNIER
Circa: 1920s
A hunter perched on a craggy outcrop spearing a panther, in light green gold colours, incised maker's name to base, and raised on a black marble plinth
Height: 72cm Length: 84cm Width: 15cm

 2000-3000

083
AN ART DECO SPELTER DANCING GIRL WITH GOAT GROUP BY H. FUGUY
Circa: 1920s
In jewelled gold and silver cold painted colours depicting an exotic dancing girl in a twirling skirt poised on one foot shaking her tambourine, the small goat dancing on its back legs, raised on a multi coloured brown onyx and black marble base, signature of H. Fuguy to marble
Height: 44cm Length: 43cm Width: 13.5cm

 400-600

084
AN ART DECO FIGURE OF DIANA THE HUNTRESS AND SIDE VASES
Circa: 1920s
The cold painted spelter figure of a kneeling and semi clad Diana poised to shoot from her ivorine bow upon a contrasting tiled marble and onyx base, accompanied by two green glass trumpet vases held in curvaceous ribbed arms above textured globes on marble and onyx bases
Height: 54cmw 49cm Depth: 13.5cm

 1000-1500

085
A LARGE SPELTER FIGURE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS AFTER ALBERT-ERNEST CARRIER-BELLEUSE (1824-1887)
A heroic portrait of the explorer posed with an anchor, mark of C. Colomb to the base plate and mounted upon a marble stand, incised mark of A. Carrier to foot
Height: 80cm

 1500-2000

086
AN ART DECO ONYX AND SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
Circa: 1920s, mark of A La Gerbe 'd'Or, Rouen, to the dial
The cream rectangular body with contrasting tan bands housing a diamond shaped dial with Arabic numerals and surmounted by a cold painted figure in an off the shoulder tunic gesturing to a fawn, with complementary side vase, key and pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 47cm Depth: 10cm

 450-650

087
BOYD, GUY
Girl brushing her hair
Cast bronze model, incised marks of Guy Boyd to thigh, raised on a stone plinth; provenance: estate of Peter Davis; Leonard Joel 14/4/88, lot 1545
Height: 32cm

 500-600

088
AN ORMOLU LOUIS XV STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with key and pendulum
The waisted clock with a fine enamel dial with Roman numerals and minute marks set within a rocaille cast case decorated with an urn finial, floral pendants and pierced elements, raised on high set curvaceous feet
Height: 45cm Width: 30cm Depth: 15cm

 400-600

089
AN ORMOLU LOUIS XV STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti
The lavishly decorated clock with a urn form surmount, festoons, pendants with leafy forms and reclining putti, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and delicately pierced hands, with gilded timber stand, key and pendulum
Height: 47cm Width: 38cm Depth: 18cm

 800-1200

090
A LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with maker's marks for Franju and C Raison to mechanism
Depicting a seated woman reading and a cupid figure beside a mirror and slipper, the black marble dial with Roman numerals and raised on an extended waisted base with cupids and Neoclassical elements, with key and pendulum
Height: 50cm Width: 45cm Depth: 16cm

 350-550

091
A LOUIS XVI STYLE THREE PIECE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Late 19th century, marked Au Negre and Sarazin Paris to dial
Finely cast with a drum head enclosing an enamel dial with Roman numerals, ram's head and laurel wreath handles, an urn surmount and other pierced and patterned Neoclassical elements, the four light candelabra side pieces conforming; with key and pendulum
Height: 38cm Length: 29cm Width: 15cm

 1000-1500

092
A MAHOGANY AND ORMOLU PORTICO CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti et Cie
The clock of typical form having an engine turned dial with enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals set within a decorated bezel, the four columns with engine turned mounts to a plinth style base, pierced ornaments to the pediment and base, and having a finely cast decorative pendulum, with key
Height: 50.5cm Width: 26.5cm Depth: 15.5cm

 350-650

093
A BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK WITH MARLY HORSE FIGURE
Later 19th century, with maker's mark of Japy Frères to mechanism
Of architectural style with an extended cornice, an engraved and gilt decorated case enclosing a black marble dial with Roman numerals set within a cast bezel, the base of shaped and extended form, surmounted by a spelter Marly horse after the 18th century original by Guillaume Cousteau; with key and pendulum
Height: 77cm Width: 51cm Depth: 21cm

 500-700

094
AN ART DECO SPELTER STAG
Circa: 1930
In bronze pewter colours, the bellowing stag raised on a grey beige marble base
Height: 19cm Length: 19.5cm Width: 10cm

 70-90

095
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1930
A stag with its foreleg raised and decorated in cold painted verdigris colours beside a white crackle glass globular shade and mounted upon an elongated mottled grey marble base
Height: 18.5cm Length: 38cm Width: 10cm

 140-250

096
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE FIGURAL LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
An elegantly seated female figure in lustrous colours supporting a white mottled shade with gilt bands and raised upon a well figured marble base in terracotta and rich green colours
Height: 22.5cm Length: 27.5cm Width: 11.5cm

 160-220

097
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE DEER LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A standing deer in lustrous colours beside a mottled mid green shade and raised upon a veined black marble base
Height: 15cm Length: 24cm Width: 8cm

 100-200

098
A VINTAGE ONYX DESK CLOCK BY ATO
Circa: 1930s-40s
The battery operated square bodied clock with a brushed white metal dial with Arabic numerals
Height: 11cm Width: 11cm Depth: 8cm

 100-120

099
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Vincenti, key and pendulum
The well cast waisted clock with an extravagant rocaille crest housing an enamel dial with Roman numerals, minute markings and delicate pierced hands, acanthus decoration throughout and raised on leafy splayed feet
Height: 47cm Width: 28cm Depth: 16cm

 700-900

100
AN ANTIQUE SWISS/BLACK FOREST CARVED WALNUT MANTLE CLOCK
Circa: 1880s, with key and pendulum
The richly carved novelty clock featuring a large owl holding a scroll and a paint palette, the enamel dial set within a large cog above a book, writing implements and shale type base with semi circular foot
Height: 52cm Width: 38cm Depth: 18cm

 850-1200

101
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH OAK FRAMED WALL BAROMETER
Early 20th century
Carved with oak leaves and rustic branches enclosing a brass barometer with visible internal works and an enamel thermometer to the stem
Length: 51cm Width: 24cm

 50-80

102
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH TIMBER FRAMED WALL BAROMETER
Early 20th century
Carved and pierced with vegetal forms with a wicker style basket enclosing a barometer with visible internal works, an enamel thermometer to the stem
Length: 44cm Width: 22cm

 50-80

103
A FRENCH GILT SPELTER MANTLE CLOCK WITH ELEPHANT MOTIFS
19th century, maker's mark for Japy Fils, key and pendulum
A drum head set in a 'wood barrel' case with a decorative pressed dial with enamel cartouches, a floral finial, high set scrolling handles with vegetal pendants, elephant head side supports to the shaped plinth and raised on a timber look base with twig stock and mock riveted timber legs
Height: 38cm Width: 31cm Depth: 18cm

 350-450

104
A FRENCH BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1870, maker's mark of Marti et Cie, Medaille de Bronze
With a drum head housing an enamelled marble dial with exposed Brocot escapement marked Jullot á Meaux, raised on volutes flanking a glazed panel showing the Ellicott-type pendulum, above a moulded plinth base, inset with malachite tablets and with incised gilt decoration throughout, the pair of tazze conforming, with key
Height: 41cm Width: 42.5cm Depth: 14.5cm

 1000-2000

105
A FRENCH BLACK MARBLE AND SPELTER MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, marked Capy Arpajon
Having a black and gilt enamelled dial with Roman numerals within a marble pedestal type case on gilt metal feet and surmounted by the figure of a maiden personifying Music
Height: 70cm Width: 33cm Depth: 24cm

 400-600

106
A ROCOCO STYLE TORTOISESHELL AND ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
1900, mark of Plancheron, (au Palais Royal) Paris to mechanism and dial
The waisted clock with a pagoda top having an enamel dial with reserved Roman numerals and minute markings, in a fine mahogany coloured shell case with cast vegetal frame and scrolling embellishments, with key and pendulum
Height: 40cm Width: 20cm Depth: 11cm

 600-800

107
A SPELTER DEER AND GAZELLE GROUP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A recumbent deer and a recumbent gazelle in lustrous gold and brown colours raised upon a two-tone marble base faced with contrasting tiles
Height: 22.5cm Length: 55cm Width: 12.5cm

 240-350

108
AN ART DECO SPELTER CLOCK WITH DOVE MOTIFS
1920s, with maker's mark for Marti et Cie
An arching portico type clock with fluted pillars and floral capitals supporting a faceted floral and fabric draped case housing the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, raised on a bow front two tone marble base with a pair of nesting doves perched in a basket; key and floral decorated pendulum
Height: 36cm Width: 42cm Depth: 20cm

 350-550

109
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
The waisted clock housing a floral painted enamel dial with Arabic numerals, a scrolling acanthus leaf finial, and rocaille shell, lattice and leafy forms throughout, the sinuous pierced base incorporating Art Nouveau elements, with key and pendulum
Height: 35cm Width: 26cm Depth: 14.5cm

 600-900

110
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark of Vincenti to mechanism
A finely cast clock of architectural form with painted enamel dial with Arabic numerals surmounted by a fruit and floral urn, an extended base with rounded ends and demi fluted columns with pine cone finials, embellished throughout with Neoclassical trims and borders, key and pendulum
Height: 33.5cm Width: 19.5cm Depth: 11.5cm

 400-600

111
A FINE BLACK NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE GONG STRIKE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for S. Marti et Cie
With a flat arching cornice above a dial with visible escapement and Roman numerals to the chapter dial flanked by recessed and stepped architectural side decorations and raised on an extended base, with engraved details and applied ormolu masks and lion heads, with key and pendulum
Height: 44cm Width: 47cm Depth: 18cm

 200-400

112
AN ART DECO ONYX AND MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1930s, maker's mark of S. Marti to mechanism
The fan shaped case in contrasting planes of white and green onyx with black marble, an engine turned dial set within a cast bronze scalloped reserve with lily and foliage motifs, the side vases of conforming design, with key and pendulum
Height: 29cm Width: 46cm Depth: 13cm

 500-700

113
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with key and pendulum
The waisted clock well cast with a cupid finial and scrolling acanthus and pendant forms, an enamel dial with blue Roman numerals and minute markings and finely pierced hands, raised on scrolling feet
Height: 28cm Width: 14cm Depth: 11cm

 500-700

114
AN ART DECO ONYX CLOCK WITH BIRD MOTIFS
Circa: 1920s, with maker's mark S. Marti to mechanism, mark of A. Billie to dial
The multi-toned onyx clock with an arching central plinth housing the square dial with Arabic numerals and flanked by a pair of white metal birds backed with semi circular onyx panels, raised on a stepped rectangular base, with conical metal feet; key and pendulum
Height: 26.5cm Width: 36cm Depth: 13cm

 300-400

115
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE MANTLE CLOCK
1850-1870, with maker's mark for S. Marti et Cie
The elegant plinth style case enclosing an enamel chapter ring with Roman numerals and a visible escapement, raised upon an extended base with verde antico decoration to the cusped edges, with key and pendulum
Height: 33cm Width: 28cm Depth: 14.5cm

 400-600

116
A FRENCH ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK WITH SÈVRES STYLE PANELS
Late 19th century, with key and pendulum
An elegant clock with a stepped square section domed lid and pointed finials, turned pillars to each edge above a waisted and extended conforming base, blue celeste panels painted with scenic Classical ruins and a painted dial with Roman numerals to gilded cartouches, raised on low toupie feet, unmarked
Height: 35cm Width: 22cm Depth: 18cm

 700-1000

117
A VINTAGE JAPANESE COPPER AND BRASS WALL CLOCK
Early to mid 20th century
The brass dial with incuse painted Arabic numerals and a secondary dial, hands absent, housed in a heavy gauge brass and copper surround, clock with character marks, numbered 13403, the copper case marked A 1627
Diameter: 19.5cm Depth: 8.5cm

 30-50

118
AN ANTIQUE BRONZE MODEL OF A STAG
Circa: 1900
The naturalistic model of a twelve point stag posed upon a verdigris rocky base, apparently unmarked
Height: 60cm Width: 44cm

 550-650

119
AN EMPIRE STYLE ORMOLU FIGURAL CLOCK
19th century, with key and pendulum
A winged Classical maiden reclining upon an arching plinth housing the engine turned dial with Roman numerals, upon an extended rectangular base with winged lion's paw feet, decorated with applied torch, snake and ram's head motifs, the base with interlocking wreaths and ropes
Height: 55cm Width: 34cm Width: 13cm

 1500-2500

120
AN ONYX ART DECO CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, with maker's trademark F C enclosing a cog
Of arching triangular form with an oval lucite dial with cherry coloured Arabic numerals, embellished with grey angled stripes and a small cast floral motif, the side tazze of conforming design; key and pendulum
Height: 27cm Width: 39cm Depth: 12.5cm

 400-600

121
A LOUIS XV STYLE ORMOLU CARTEL CLOCK
Late 19th century
Pierced and cast with shell and scrolling leaf motifs and housing an enamel dial with Roman numerals and Arabic minute markings beneath a domed glass, with key and pendulum
Length: 56cm Width: 32cm

 400-600

122
A BRONZE FIGURAL GROUP OF ARIADNE RIDING A PANTHER
19th century, after the model by Johann Heinrich von Dannecker (1758-1841)
The nude allegorical figure semi reclining along the back of one of Dionysus's panthers, raised upon a stepped rectangular base with canted corners; incised mark of B.R underside
Height: 16.5cm Length: 16cm Width: 8cm

 300-400

123
A BRONZE MODEL OF A MARLY HORSE WITH GROOMSMAN, AFTER THE ORIGINAL BY GUILLAUME COUSTEAU (1677-1746)
Late 19th century
The model of a rearing horse held by a nude male figure upon a rustic base, filled to base
Height: 18cm Width: 19cm Depth: 8cm

 250-350

124
AN ANTIQUE NEOCLASSICAL BRONZE ROMAN CHARIOTEER
19th century, France
The realistically modelled charioteer with whip raised encouraging his pair of galloping and rearing horses, upon a red marble and bronze base with lion's paw feet; unsigned
Height: 27.5cm Length: 44.5cm Width: 19cm

 600-800

125
A PAIR OF BRONZE CANDLESTICKS IN THE LOUIS XVI STYLE
Circa: 1900
Knopped cast sticks with Neoclassical decoration throughout
Height: 22.5cm

 100-200

126
A MAHOGANY MAHJONG TABLE
The table of traditional form with a low gallery and skirt with four small drawers for game pieces and raised on shaped legs with hoof feet united by double crossed stretchers with supports
Height: 83cm Length: 83cm Width: 83cm

 300-600

127
AN ANTIQUE CHINESE MING STYLE TIMBER CABINET
The cabinet with shaped upturned ends above three drawers and two cupboards with traditional circular brass backplates and swing handles, long shaped and relief carved spandrels, and raised on block feet
Height: 89cm Width: 156cm Depth: 46cm

 300-500

128
A LARGE BRONZE CHINESE CENSER
Of broad basin shape with high set square bracket handles and raised on three cabriole legs with whorl feet, decorated with archaistic motifs in low relief to the body upon a diaper ground
Height: 28cm Diameter: 26.5cm

 150-250

129
A MARBLE AND ROSEWOOD TABLE SCREEN
The screen of typical rectangular form raised on shaped trestle ends and enclosing a roundel of white and grey black marble emulating a sublime mountain scene
Height: 41cm Width: 32cm Depth: 14cm

 300-400

130
A PAIR OF VINTAGE FAMILLE ROSE FLOOR VASES
Mid 20th century
Baluster vases having broad waisted necks with applied dog of fo handles, decorated throughout with shaped cartouches enclosing figural narrative scenes and vegetal motifs amidst scattered sprigs, fruits and patterned motifs, double bordered painted seal marks underside
Height: 59cm

 450-650

131
A CHINESE STRAITS TYPE FAMILLE ROSE COVERED POT
20th century
The squat ovoid pot with a high domed cover with knop decorated profusely decorated throughout with flowers and phoenix between lingzhi fungus and lappet borders, unmarked
Height: 27.5cm Diameter: 27.5cm

 250-350

132
A CANTONESE DECORATED CONG STYLE VASE
Early 20th century
The square section vase with two large reserves depicting figural narratives in pavilion settings, smaller shaped reserves with floral motifs upon a floral rich brocaded gold ground, partial seal script mark underside
Height: 36.5cm

 250-350

133
A PAIR OF SATSUMA VASES
Taisho to early Showa period 1920s-1930s
The export ware baluster vases typically depicting Kannon flanked by two rakan, decorated in broad plains of muted colours with lavish use of moriage enamel and bright gilt, red character marks underside
Height: 33cm

 200-300

134
A CHINESE ROOT CARVING OF AN ELDER BALANCING ON ONE LEG
Utilising the natural gnarled and twisted characteristics of the root timber, carved as the ebullient figure of a man holding a ball and a staff upon an open work root wood base
Height: 51cm

 450-550

135
THREE PAINTED TIBETAN CEDAR SCROLL BOXES AND A HOSPITALITY CUP FOR THE OFFERING OF YAK MILK
Late 19th to early 20th century
Two rectangular boxes and a conical box with muted painted decoration throughout with floral motifs, Buddhist symbols and simple brass hardware, and a cylindrical cedar vessel, brass clad to the rim and base and painted with lappets and scrolling flora; some items with certificates
Height: 30.5cm Width: 39.5cm Depth: 20.5cm (large box)

 200-300

136
A PAIR OF CHINESE STRAITS TYPE FAMILLE ROSE COVERED JARS
20th century
Hexagonal jars with reserves depicting figural narrative scenes in pavilion and landscape settings between floral decorated panels upon a lime green ground, lingzhi fungus and key fret borders to the collar and neck, lappets to the foot, red seal script marks underside
Height: 30cm Length: 21cm Width: 13cm

 350-550

137
A BOXWOOD RUYI SCEPTRE
Well carved as a stem of lotus with buds, seed heads, leaves and flowers, the central lotus embellished with two mythical Jin Chan creatures, three legged money toads, jointly grasping a coin
Length: 48cm

 300-400

138
AN IMARI PLATE, A SIGNED SATSUMA VASE, AND A SIMILAR BOWL
Meiji to Showa period, 19th century to 1930s
The lobed imari plate with six reserves enclosing vegetation and bird life, a 1930s baluster Satsuma type vase signed Seizan, depicting Kannon and an immortal in moriage enamels upon a matte brown ground, and a similar low bowl housed in a wicker frame
Height: 25cm (vase) Diameter: 24cm (plate)

 100-200

139
A FAMILLE ROSE CYLINDRICAL VASE OR BRUSH POT
Mid 20th century
Decorated with the eight immortals on a raft between floral borders, bright gilt to the rim and lappets to the foot, bordered four character mark underside
Height: 23.5cm

 80-120

140
A CHINESE POLYCHROME DECORATED VASE
20th century
The baluster type vase with a garlic shaped rim and pierced gilt lug handles decorated with a figural scene of two boys offering a peach to an elder in an auspicious landscape, script to the reverse, oval printed stamp underside with wax jianding seal
Height: 29cm

 150-250

141
A BRONZE ARCHAIC TYPE VESSEL
Of zun shape and of rustic and encrusted form, with stylised bird handles to the flared neck, the ovoid body with three mask heads holding rings and raised on a conical base with a trio of lion feet, incised and low relief archaistic motifs throughout
Height: 29cm

 900-1200

142
A VINTAGE FAMILLE ROSE VASE
20th century
The broad necked baluster vase with enamel decoration depicting a figural narrative in a pavilion setting, a processional with horses and figures carrying banners to the reverse, unmarked
Height: 35.5cm

 500-1000

143
A PAIR OF VINTAGE ROSE MEDALLION PLATES
Both with four cloud shaped reserves decorated with pairs of narrative figural scenes and flora with birds and insects, and centred with floral roundels upon a brocaded ground; one plate marked China to diamond
Diameter: 25cm

 100-200

144
A WOODEN BRUSH POT
The plain dark toned pot of slightly waisted form emulating zitan
Height: 12.5cm

 200-300

145
A CASED INKSTONE
The lingzhi fungus shaped green stone housed in a fitted stone box decorated with a plaque of a buffalo
Length: 11cm Width: 7.5cm

 300-400

146
A BLUE AND WHITE SLEEVE VASE IN THE TRANSITIONAL MANNER
The sleeve vase of typical form with a waisted neck with lappet motifs, a sgraffito border to the collar and well decorated with five figures in a traditional landscape setting, one leading a horse, another with a banner; unglazed to the base
Height: 30cm

 400-600

147
A PAIR OF JAPANESE IMARI VASES
Meiji period, 1868-1912
Large baluster vases with narrow ribs and finely modelled in relief with two writhing dragons chasing a flaming pearl, the body with decorative reserves and designs in a typical underglaze blue, iron red and salmon palette
Height: 36.5cm

 1000-1200

148
TWO YIXING TYPE TEAPOTS
One pot of elegant squat carinate form in dark chocolate colours, and a squat straight sided pot with a flat cover in red terracotta colours, both with seal marks in relief underside and to the lids
Height: 7cm Width: 15.5cm and smaller

 200-300

149
A ZITAN TRAY
Rectangular with cusped corners and a channel grooved low galleried edge
Height: 2.5cm Length: 37cm Width: 34cm

 300-400

150
A FINE JADE ORNAMENTAL CENSER
In translucent celadon jade, the bowl raised upon tripod foliate legs and having well carved lion handles with rings, surmounted by a finely pierced dome cover with arabesque designs and having a floral finial also with ring attachments
Height: 12.5cm Width: 14.5cm Diameter: 9cm

 400-500

151
TWO JADE ITEMS
One, a bi-disk in pale celadon jade with a patch of vibrant green and copper colours, lightly incised with arabesques, and; a pierced carved figure of a man riding a lion
Diameter: 5.5cm

 300-400

152
A JADE MODEL OF A CREATURE UPON A MELON
In pale even toned celadon depicting a curled fox like creature upon a lobed fruit
Height: 4.5cm

 300-400

153
A JADE DOG
The pale even toned celadon figure of a recumbent dog looking over its shoulders
Height: 3cm Width: 7cm

 300-400

154
A HARD STONE SEAL
In mottled dull green colours and decorated with an incised and inked landscape scene, finely detailed script to the reverse; the seal with remnant ink
Height: 6.5cm Width: 4cm

 200-300

155
A SHOUSHAN STONE SEAL
The plinth type seal with a low domed top, decorated in low relief with a small figure with a fan to one face, and lotus to the reverse, incised seal mark to base
Height: 8cm

 100-150

156
A JADE ARCHER'S RING
In mottled mid green colours with a flat natural hewn top
Diameter: 3cm

 300-400

157
A TOKYO SCHOOL IVORY OKIMONO OF A HEAD OF CORN
Meiji Period 1868-1912
Finely and naturalistically carved depicting a ripe head of corn with husk partly removed and silks folded, unmarked
Length: 26cm

 2500-4000

158
A SMALL BLUE AND WHITE BRUSH WASH
The small dish with inverted rim having a mid brown slightly iridescent glaze, the interior with underglaze decoration of a dragon chasing a flaming pearl; four character personalised mark underside
Height: 3.5cm Diameter: 9.5cm

 100-200

159
A SHOUSHAN STONE CARVED MOUNTAIN
In rich mottled caramel colours relief carved and depicting a figure seated in a landscape setting
Height: 6cm

 300-400

160
AN ANTIQUE FAMILLE VERTE DRAGON POT WITH A ROSEWOOD COVER
Of ovoid form and well decorated with writhing dragons chasing a flaming pearl amidst clouds, the collar embellished with Daoist emblems and a ruyi border, a band of lappets to the foot, bearing apocryphal Qianlong seal mark underside
Height: 20cm

 800-1000

161
A FAMILLE VERTE DRAGON DISH
The shallow porcelain dish featuring two dragons chasing a flaming pearl amidst clouds, ruyi style clouds to the exterior, with apocryphal Kangxi marks within concentric rings underside
Height: 5cm Diameter: 28.5cm

 400-600

162
AN ORIENTAL SILVER TIGER BELT BUCKLE OR AMULET
Probably Chinese, the tiger of embossed and chased form, growling and depicted walking through grasslands, unmarked
Silver weight: 64gr
Height: 11cm Width: 13cm

 100-150

163
A SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY FIGURE OF A WOMAN WITH HER CHILDREN
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The kimono dressed woman carrying a small child across her right shoulder, a boy child at her feet grasping her clothes, all in lightly incised attire, ink decoration to the hair and facial features, signed in red ink to the base
Height: 14cm

 200-300

164
A SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY FIGURE OF A FISHERMAN WITH A CHILD
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The engaging smiling figure of a man accompanied by a boy and carrying two large fish over his shoulder, a paddle in his right hand, both attired in traditional robes with incised and inked decoration, incised signature underside
Height: 21cm

 500-800

165
A LARGE JADE CABBAGE UPON A CARVED WOODEN STAND
The well carved leafy cabbage of enhanced lavender colour housed in a heavy lotus carved stand above a rectangular base
Height: 23.5cm Length: 25cm Width: 14.5cm

 1800-2000

166
FIVE VINTAGE CARVED ZITAN LUOHAN FIGURES
First half 20th century
Well carved figures on integral wooden bases and depicting five of the eighteen Buddhist Luohans
Height: 33cm and smaller

 500-800

167
AN AGATE SNUFF BOTTLE
The flecked creamy semi-translucent agate bottle emulating a stem of bamboo, with a brass mounted pink glass lid
Height: 7cm

 100-200

168
A DECORATED ROSEWOOD RUYI SCEPTRE
The pierced sceptre embellished to the fungus head with a garden scene in mother-of-pearl, abalone and coloured stone, the stem with auspicious flora, bats and script also in mother-of pearl
Length: 34cm

 500-700

169
A SMALL CRACKLEWARE VASE
The creamware vase with a garlic bulb rim decorated with a network of veins in pale ochre and black colours, incised mark, China, underside
Height: 11cm

 80-150

170
A VINTAGE PEKING GLASS SNUFF BOTTLE WITH CASE
The high shouldered opaque mid green bottle with a malachite lid housed in a fitted fabric lined case
Height: 7.5cm

 300-400

171
A BAMBOO BRUSH POT
Realistically carved as a stem with smaller stems and foliage
Height: 10.5cm

 80-150

172
A VINTAGE SIGNED IVORY ELEPHANT NETSUKE
A caparisoned elephant with a strapwork and beaded head dress, signed to foot, with himatoshi underside
Height: 3.5cm Width: 5cm

 100-200

173
A VINTAGE SIGNED IVORY ELEPHANT NETSUKE
A caparisoned elephant with decorative head dress, lightly relief carved and inked, signed to foot
Height: 3.5cm Width: 3.5cm

 200-400

174
A SHIBAYAMA DECORATED ROSEWOOD ELEPHANT
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A caparisoned elephant with a strap and beadwork head dress embellished with jade tiles, carnelian, mother-of-pearl and natural and coloured ivory, the saddle featuring overlapping chrysanthemum petals and supporting a floral cup
Height: 17cm Width: 21cm

 500-800

175
A PAIR OF DARK STAINED VINTAGE IVORY ELEPHANTS
The opposite carved caparisoned elephants with beadwork embellishments and studded with cabochon turquoise coloured studs
Height: 11cm Width: 11.5cm

 500-600

176
A VINTAGE IVORY ELEPHANT ORNAMENT
The carved model upon a textured organic rectangular stand
Height: 6cm Length: 10.5cm Width: 6.5cm

 100-200

177
TWO SMALL SIGNED IVORY NETSUKE ELEPHANTS
Meiji period, 1868-1912 to early 20th century
The caparisoned elephants on stands embellished with inked engraving and coloured beadwork, signed underside to both items
Height: 4cm Width: 4.5cm

 200-300

178
A SIGNED ANTIQUE IVORY NETSUKE OF AN ELEPHANT AND FIGURES
Meiji Period 1868-1912 , signed to foot
The large comical netsuke depicting a figure clambering with difficulty over the back of the elephant, two other figures offering support and instruction, the figures with inked and engraved clothes
Height: 5.5cm Width: 6cm

 300-600

179
A VINTAGE INDIAN IVORY ELEPHANT WITH HOWDAH
Featuring an elephant with decorative caparison, mahout and two figures in a relief carved and canopied howdah, on a small stand with turned feet
Height: 12.5cm Length: 9.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 150-250

180
A FRENCH SILVER PLATE CHAMPAGNE BUCKET
20th century
Of tapering form with a series of concentric engraved bands to the lower body, and ring handles applied to circular lugs, impressed stamp of TL with horse and rider mark underside, also stamped Made in France
Height: 24.5cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 80-120

181
A SLOVAKIAN SILVER PLATED CENTREPIECE TAZZE BY SANDRIK
1918 - c.1940, rose and circular A E Sandrik mark in square, number 8847
A Secessionist style tazze with the original shallow glass tray held within a three arm metal bracket above slanted strap form supports with rows of square 'gitterwerk' perforations, an undertier of conforming design supporting a glass vase; marked underside
Height: 24.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 80-180

182
CHRISTOFLE SILVER PLATED WARES: A TAZZE, CHOCOLATE POT, TRAY
Later 19th century, Christofle marks, two with Maillechort rhombus
A heavy gauge tazze with a removable bowl, turned and knopped stem to a domed base; a large chocolate pot with a thread edged rim and base and a faceted ebonised handle, and; a lozenge shaped tray with pie crust edge and mark of 'Windsor, Paris'; stamps to all
Length: 40.5cm Width: 27.5cm (tray)

 80-180

183
A STERLING SILVER FLUTED BOWL
1972 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Roberts & Belk Ltd
The elegant plain bowl with a flat tray and broad flutes to the side with cusped and pinched edges; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 617 gr
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 24.5cm

 300-600

184
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TRAY IN THE GEORGE II STYLE
1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Barker Bros
An oval tray lavishly decorated in the English Rococo manner with a cast pie crust rim, twin handles and engraved to the surface, raised on acanthus feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 3100gr
Height: 5cm Length: 68cm Width: 43.5cm

 2000-3000

185
A STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE GARNITURE
1889 London, with maker's mark for Frederick Elkington
Comprising a large footed bowl and two conforming smaller bowls all gilt washed to the interior, finely cast in the Rococo revival manner with applied scrolling rims, baskets of fruits and raised on lavish scroll feet with acanthus and mascaron mounts; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 1732gr Height: 15.5cm Length: 23cm Width: 23cm and smaller

 3600-4000

186
A SILVER ELEPHANT SCULPTURE, MUFANYANE, BY PAUL MAVROS
20th century, Zimbabwe, with antelope stamp sterling standard, maker's cyphers and title of item
The realistic model of 'Mufanyane', noted for his irritable nature, magnificent tusks and the hole in his forehead the size of a fist (probably the result of a bullet wound); hallmark, maker's ciphers and title underside; current retail price, £3100
Total weight: 847gr Height: 7.5cm Width: 11.5cm

 500-600

187
AN ELEGANT STERLING SILVER PIERCED DISH
1975 Sheffield, with maker's marks for S.J. Rose & Son
The shallow dish having a broad border pierced with fruit, foliage and tendril motifs between four shaped cartouches, with applied grape vine rims; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 784 gr
Height: 5cm Diameter: 32cm

 400-600

188
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER WILLIAM III STYLE CANDELABRA
1893 London, with maker's mark for Lambert & Co
The two light candelabra both with a fluted stem supporting a knopped upper section and scrolling arms with dishes and sconces, a tapering base to a stepped square section foot with canted corners, gadroons and flutes and throughout; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 2126gr Height: 42.5cm

 6000-7000

189
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER FISH SLICE
1799 London, with maker's mark for Abstinando King
The trowel shaped slice with a pierced blade enclosing an engraved fish motif within a bright cut and prick worked border, with later ivorine handle
Total weight: 112gr
Length: 27.5cm

 200-300

190
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SPORTING SHIELD, 'THE SOCCER PREMIER SHIELD, HIGH SCHOOLS ANNUAL COMPETITION'
Late 19th century, with maker's mark for Perryman (South Australia)
A cushion profile shield engraved and marked to lower body
Silver weight: 118gr
Length: 14.5cm Width: 15.5cm

 150-200

191
FIVE CONTINENTAL .800 SILVER KNIVES AND FIVE AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN SILVER SPOONS
Early 20th century
Shaped hollow handled knives with Rostfrei Solingen steel blades, hallmarked to throat, and; five fiddle pattern teaspoons, hallmarked to finials
Total Weight: 535gr Length: 24.5cm and 14cm

 100-200

192
A SILVER BASKET AND A BOOK ON AUSTRALIAN SILVERSMITHS
19th century, basket marked IAM only with additional rubbed mark
A silver open wirework basket with flower motifs, silver weight: 90gr, and;
'Nineteenth Century Australian Gold & Silversmiths', Kurt Albrecht, Hutchinson Australia, first published 1969
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 11.5cm

 80-100

193
THIRTEEN STERLING SILVER AUSTRALIAN PLACE CARD HOLDERS
Early 20th century, mark of silver to one, sterling silver, Adelaide with lion passant mark to twelve
Small shield form holders set within open rings and mounted on circular bases, marks underside
Silver weight: 132gr
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 2.5cm

 200-300

194
AN ITALIAN STERLING SILVER PICTURE FRAME BY LILIAN AUSTIN
The modern rectangular frame in immaculate condition featuring a striking 'crushed paper' textured border, timber finish polished back and easel support, hallmarked lower right and facsimile signature lower left
Height: 23.5cm Width: 18.5cm

 150-180

195
A STERLING SILVER AND IVORY CUCUMBER SLICER
Probably 1801 London, rubbed maker's mark possibly TF
A broad spatula shaped blade with handle supporting a sterling silver angled blade and braced with riveted clips, tightening screws underside; partially hallmarked to the blade only
Length: 22cm Width: 6cm

 200-300

196
A RARE SILVER GILT AND FROSTED GLASS CLARET JUG
1857 London, with maker's mark for Charles Thomas Fox & George Fox
Of Grecian style with a high set scroll handle with mascaron mount, engraved fan motifs to the frosted body, the footed base with a shaped border; hallmarked to collar and base
Height: 30cm

 4000-5000

197
A GROUP OF ELEVEN SILVER WARES: STERLING AND CONTINENTAL
Late 19th through 20th century, Sheffield, Birmingham, London, Chester, other various dates and makers, and; Italian .800, Yogya (Jakarta) .800 silver
Comprising salt and pepper shakers, small dish, gravy boat, lobed bowl, engine turned beaker, gadrooned salt cellar and mustard pots with spoons, Yogya dish with an ornate lotus border, hallmarked to all items
Total weight: 635gr Height: 7.5cm Width: 14cm (creamer)

 400-800

198
A STERLING SILVER AND MALACHITE BIRD ORNAMENT
The cast model with petite green eyes and having a malachite breast, apparently unmarked
Length: 8cm

 100-150

199
A SPANISH SILVER DONKEY TOOTHPICK HOLDER
Post 1934 pentagram mark for .915 minimum standard and additional mark in hexagon
A charming study of a donkey carrying twin buckets and mounted on a stepped circular base, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 81gr
Height: 6.5cm Width: 7cm

 100-120

200
FOUR AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER DECANTER LABELS
Mid 1960s-80, with maker's mark for John Edwin Hale with piping shrike mark; fourth marked NC with bounding kangaroo (as per JEH mark), sterling and W
Lightly hammered oval labels, Port, Gin, Brandy, with simple engraved borders and lettering, and chain link attachments, other similar; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 57gr
Width: 4.5cm and smaller

 400-500

201
THREE STERLING SILVER MINIATURE TUDOR CHAIRS AND A THRONE CHAIR
1905 Birmingham & 1968 London (chairs); 1901 London import mark (throne)
Three matching chairs with formal relief patterns, with marks for Levi & Salaman and one by DJ Silver repairs of London, and; a Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings replica of the Gothic Coronation chair raised on lion supports, also marked .930; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 57gr
Height: 5.5cm and smaller

 200-300

202
A SET OF FOUR STERLING SILVER MINIATURE CHAIRS
20th century, stamped .925 with diamond mark
The cast set with Chippendale style shaped backs, figural decoration to the seats and cabriole legs; hallmarked underside of seats
Silver weight: 56gr
Height: 5cm

 100-200

203
THREE STERLING SILVER MINIATURE ROCOCO CHAIRS, PLUS ONE OTHER, AND A COMPLEMENTARY STERLING TABLE
1897 London import marks, mark for Edwin Thompson Bryant (three chairs), 1908 Chester import mark, mark for Boaz Moses Landeck, single chair, and; 1989 Birmingham, with maker's mark for A. Marston & Co, table; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 76gr
Height: 5.5cm and smaller

 200-300

204
A CONTINENTAL SILVER MINIATURE THREE PIECE PARLOUR SUITE
20th century, stamped .835 to both chairs
A three seat tablet back Rococo revival canapé and two matching side chairs delicately cast and having fine engraved decorations; marked underside, possible mark of HM? to canapé
Silver weight: 47gr
Height: 4cm Width: 5cm and smaller

 100-200

205
THREE STERLING SILVER ANIMAL MINIATURES
1989, 1990, 1993 London, all with maker's marks for JS & MJ, a cast elephant, cat and a pig; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 56g
Width: 3.5cm

 220-300

206
AN AUSTRALIAN COLONIAL SILVER DECANTER LABEL
1870-1875, with maker's mark for H. Steiner of Adelaide
The rectangular Brandy label with canted corners and having a link chain; hallmarked to reverse
Silver weight: 10gr
Width: 4.5cm

 600-800

207
A SET OF FOUR AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SHIRT BUTTONS
Circa: 1900, with maker's name for Stevenson (of Adelaide), no standard
The set of buttons with bright cut decorations and shaped in the form of the letter 'C' ; mark of Stevenson to all
Silver weight: 19gr
Width: 2.5cm

 200-300

208
A PAIR OF AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
1880-1900, with maker's marks for Basse of Adelaide
The matching rings with a lightly brushed finish and applied foliate borders, each bearing initials, hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 57gr

 120-150

209
TWO AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
Circa: 1880 and after 1900, with maker's mark for H. Steiner and Brunkhorst (later lion dexter punch)
A cushion shaped ring with narrow bead borders, and; a plain ring with bold raised initials, MSNC; both hallmarked to the interior
Silver weight: 90gr

 200-300

210
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT
1748 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Gilpin
Of elegant tapering form, having a domed lid with flower bud finial, a triangular section spout with drop, a double scroll ebonised handle with a shell form mount, and raised on a waisted foot with gadroon borders; hallmarked to upper body
Total weight: 875gr
Height: 24.5cm

 1600-2000

211
A GEORGIAN SILVER GILT VINAIGRETTE
1818 London, with maker's mark for probably William Fountain
The engine turned case with a finely cast floral border, the interior grille of engraved and pierced floral form, twice hallmarked
Total weight: 42gr
Length: 5cm Width: 3.5cm

 600-700

212
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER TEA STRAINER
1901 Chester, with maker's mark for Samuel Boyce (or Boaz) Landeck
A heavy gauge strainer embossed with Rococo elements and trophies; hallmarked to side
Silver weight: 92gr
Length: 15.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 280-320

213
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOON
1809 London, with maker's mark for Thomas Wallis II
An Old English pattern spoon with crisp unworn bowl, contemporary initials to the terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 100gr
Length: 29.5cm

 60-100

214
A GROUP OF SEVEN ASSORTED DANISH SILVER SPOONS, A POLISH TEASPOON, A SMALL ENGLISH STERLING SILVER ATHLETICS CUP, AND AN ASHTRAY
Early 20th century Copenhagen, assay master for Christian F. Heise (1904-1932) to six, plus one other; an .875 silver Polish teaspoon; a 1931 Birmingham made cup; a 1958 Sheffield engine turned ashtray, hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 475gr Length: 24.5cm (spoon) and smaller

 50-100

215
A STERLING SILVER OIL LAMP TABLE CIGAR LIGHTER
1894 London, with maker's mark for Joseph Braham
A pedestal Roman style lamp with an elegant cast flying handle in the form of a swan neck; hallmarked underside
Total weight: 299gr
Height: 11cm Length: 15.5cm Width: 7cm

 200-300

216
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1860 London, with maker's marks for probably William Hunter
Four pieces of baluster form comprising a coffee or hot water pot, teapot (as found), sugar basin and creamer, well decorated with an allover Gothic blind fret on a fine combed ground, with bead borders and waisted feet, hallmarked underside to all items
Silver weight: 1970gr Height: 27.5cm and smaller

 600-1000

217
A NEAR PAIR OF AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
Later 19th century, with maker's marks for Wendt (of Adelaide)
Plain cylindrical rings, both engraved with initials; hallmarked to the interiors
Silver weight: 70gr

 120-150

218
A STERLING SILVER MINIATURE GROUP: A JARDINIÈRE, ROSE BOWL, CAKE STAND, AND A DRESSING MIRROR
1900 London with marks for John George Smith, a Rococo style jardinière on stand; 1907 Birmingham, with marks for Samuel M. Levi, a pedestal rose bowl with frog; a Cornelius Desormeaux Saunders & James Francis Hollings mirror with glass, and a later cake stand marked silver; marked to all
Total weight: 62gr Height: 6.5cm and smaller

 150-200

219
THREE ASSORTED SILVER MINIATURE CHAIRS AND A SETTLE, THREE ITEMS ENGLISH STERLING, ONE CHAIR ITALIAN .800 SILVER
1912, 1922, 1939 Birmingham, post 1963 Arezzo
Two items by Levi & Salaman including a Nelson (1758-1805) commemorative chair and a tall back chair; a later textured 'oak' settle by Barker Bros., and; an Italian open backed heart motif chair with a rush seat; all hallmarked
Silver weight: 90gr Height: 5.5cm Width: 4.5cm and smaller

 220-370

220
A SMALL VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER EWER
1873 London, with maker's mark for Daniel & Charles Houle
An elegant carinate shaped ewer of plain form with bead borders, the scroll handle with thumb spur and a Rococo embellished cabochon decoration below the spout; hallmarked to neck
Silver weight: 315gr
Height: 19.5cm

 1450-1600

221
A FRENCH .950 SILVER CHOCOLATE POT
19th century, Minerva 1 Standard, with maker's mark for Louis Manaut
A plain pear shaped pot with a fruitwood handle, anthemion decorations to the spout and throat and the lid with floral finial, raised on three cabriole feet with extravagant Rococo mounts, hallmarked to the lid, rim and base
Total weight: 280gr
Height: 17.5cm

 350-550

222
AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN NIELLO .900 SILVER VESTA CASE
Vienna 1862-1881, Dianakopf & city mark, maker's mark of Markowitsch & Scheid
An elongated cushion form vesta case finely decorated throughout with ivy leaves and tendrils, a vacant belt buckle cartouche; hallmarked to rim
Total weight: 27gr

 100-200

223
A SOLID STERLING SILVER ELEPHANT
1988 London, with maker's mark for JS & MJ
Realistically modelled, the elephant standing with trunk raised; hallmarked to belly
Silver weight: 147gr
Height: 5cm Width: 9cm

 100-200

224
A PAIR OF CONTINENTAL SILVER ELEPHANTS
20th century, with .800 silver stamps, mark of Rako? and one with crown mark
Realistic hollow cast elephants with trunks raised; hallmarked to feet
Total weight: 196gr
Height: 6.5cm Width: 10cm

 200-300

225
A STERLING SILVER MINIATURE SEDAN CHAIR
1895 London import mark, foreign manufacture punch (probably Hanau made), importer's mark for B. Muller (importers of German silver)
The petite sedan chair with glass windows and a velvet interior, lavishly embossed with Rococo decorations throughout and surmounted by a pair of birds to the galleried roof; hallmarked twice to the body and underside
Total weight: 153gr Height: 10.5cm Width: 13cm

 200-300

226
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CREAMER IN THE EASTERN MANNER
1872 London, with maker's mark for Robert Hennell IV
A finely crafted pear shaped pedestal jug, embossed and chased throughout with navette shaped cabochons and relief scrollwork upon a textured ground, the scroll handle similar, with bead borders to the rim and foot; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 331gr
Height: 15.5cm

 500-700

227
AN AUSTRO-HUNGARIAN JUGENDSTIL .800 SILVER CAKE TRAY
Circa: 1900, with 1872-1922 Dianokopf standard, faint maker's marks
The circular tray with pierced and embossed vegetal motifs, a high set sinuous arching handle of fixed form with channel grooves and floral mounts; hallmarked to edge of tray
Silver weight: 467gr
Height: 29cm Diameter: 28cm

 300-600

228
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER AND STINGRAY BARB LETTER OPENER
Later 19th century, with mark for probably Sabre (of Sydney)
Fashioned as a sword with a bright cut engraved hilt, a scrolled cross and barb blade, marked silver to the hilt terminal
Length: 37cm

 150-200

229
A STERLING SILVER AND IVORY PAGE TURNER WITH AN ELEPHANT HEAD HANDLE
1893 Birmingham, with maker's mark for H.J.L
Beautifully crafted with a finely textured elephant head handle and a long simple rectangular blade, hallmarked to the ferrule
Length: 40cm

 250-350

230
A PAIR OF ENGLISH STERLING SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND A COMPLEMENTARY MEXICAN STERLING DECANTER
1923 Birmingham, with maker's marks for William Neale Ltd, and; second half 20th century, with maker's mark for RRT, Mexico
A pair of hexagonal pillar sticks with conforming flaring sconces and bases, and; a mallet shaped faceted decanter with a matching stopper; both hallmarked
Total weight: 1039 gr (sticks weighted) Heights: 17cm and 21.5cm

 400-600

231
A FRENCH .950 SILVER GILT ALTAR SET IN A TRAVELLING CASE
Early 20th century, Minerva 1 standard, rubbed makers' marks to both
The plain goblet shaped bowl upon a knopped stem above a conical lobed base; the communion plate with gothic cross fleury engraving; inscription to chalice; both hallmarked
Silver weight: 450gr
Height: 22.5cm

 400-600

232
A FINE AND UNUSUAL VICTORIAN THREE LIGHT CANDELABRUM
1853, with maker's mark for Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater
Lavishly cast with a trumpet shaped leafy centre piece with finial, scrolling arms with sconces and dishes, a cluster of flowers and leaves to the mid section above a pierced and shaped and decorated conical base, raised on three whorl feet; hallmarked to foot
Silver weight: 2194gr
Height: 43cm

 8500-1000

233
A STERLING SILVER MINIATURE ROCOCO STYLE DESK CABINET
1896 London import mark, marks for Edwin Thompson Bryant, importer, and bearing pseudo Hanau type marks
Ornately decorated in the rocaille manner with a shaped fall front depicting a romantic scene, two petite drawers to the rear, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 72gr
Height: 8cm Width: 6cm Depth: 4.5cm

 120-150

234
A DUTCH .835 SILVER MINIATURE CABINET
Post 1953 silver mark
A traditional Dutch style secretaire with an arching two door cupboard above a bombé lower section with three drawers, engraved decoration to the body, hallmarked to lower rear of cabinet
Silver weight: 96gr
Height: 9.5cm Width: 6.5cm Depth: 3cm

 120-150

235
A STERLING SILVER APPLE CORER
1924 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Asprey & Co
Wheel shaped with a central corer, six wedge shaped segments with sharpened edges and twin handles, hallmarked to rim, stamped also with Asprey retailer's mark, London
Silver weight: 112gr
Diameter: 10cm Width: 14cm

 150-250

236
A MINIATURE STERLING SILVER TABLE
1907 Chester import punch with mark for M.Friedlander & Co., also stamped .930
A Louis XVI style table with formal embossed floral decorations to the top, anthemion motifs to the skirt and raised on tapering square section legs, hallmarked to the top
Silver Weight: 45gr Height: 4cm Length: 7cm Width: 4.5cm

 100-120

237
A STERLING SILVER MINIATURE DUTCH COMMODE
1898 London import mark, mark for John George Smith, importer, and also bearing pseudo Hanau type marks
A small lift top commode, gilt washed to the interior, decorated throughout in the Rococo manner with a pair of cupids to the lid, hallmarked to the short end and underside
Silver weight: 42gr
Height: 4cm Width: 4.5cm Depth: 3cm

 100-120

238
TWO AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER BELT BUCKLES
Circa: 1865, and 1880-1900 with makers' marks King (Fitzroy, Melbourne) and later for F. Basse of Adelaide
A shaped shield form buckle with bright cut scrolling edges and a plain rectangular buckle, marked to both items
Silver weight: 82gr
Length: 8cm Width: 4.5cm and smaller

 200-300

239
TWO AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER BELT BUCKLES
Circa: 1890-1900, with maker's mark for J.M. Wendt, Adelaide and Broken Hill
A four lobed square buckle, and a rectangular buckle engraved with fern foliage and initials, both marked underside
Silver weight: 85gr
Length: 8cm Width: 8cm and smaller

 200-300

240
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1804 London, with maker's mark for Crispin Fuller
Of conical shape with threaded band decoration and a double scroll square section handle, hallmarked below the applied rim
Silver weight: 331gr
Height: 11cm

 300-500

241
FOUR AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SPOONS, ONE ENGLISH STERLING
19th to early 20th century, maker's mark for Brunkhorst to three items; one with crown and sterling mark; 1904 Birmingham, mark of William Devonport
Two Old English style spoons, two twist stem coffee spoons with native bird finials, galah and kookaburra; the Birmingham spoon similar with emu, all hallmarked
Silver weight: 68gr Length: 14.5cm and smaller

 200-300

242
THREE AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
Late 19th - 20th century, with maker's marks for J.M. Wendt of Adelaide and Broken Hill
Of plain form, one with bright cut floral and heart decorations enclosing initials, one engraved 'Billie', the third engraved and dated 1908; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 86gr

 150-200

243
THREE AUSTRALIAN STERLING NAPKIN RINGS
1880-1900, with maker's marks for Basse of Adelaide and Broken Hill
Two narrow rings, one plain, the other with slender engine turned bands, and a heavy gauge ring with contemporary and probably later initials, hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 117gr

 150-200

244
THREE AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER NAPKIN RINGS
1880-1890, with maker's marks for J.M Wendt of Adelaide and Broken Hill
Two plain rings with elaborately engraved initials, one with a brushed texture, the third with delicate bright cut borders; hallmarked to all
Silver weight: 88gr

 150-200

245
A STERLING SILVER THREE PIECE TEA SERVICE
1969, 1971 Sheffield, with maker's marks for Roberts & Belk Ltd
Comprising a teapot, sugar basin and creamer of faceted baluster form with scroll handles, small spurs and pointed terminals, the teapot with a wooden handle and a domed lid with turned wooden finial; hallmarked to all components
Total weight: 1204 gr
Height: 18cm Width: 23cm

 700-1400

246
A RARE COLONIAL STERLING SILVER SPOON
1859-1965, with maker's mark for William Edwards (of Melbourne), letter H
A fiddle pattern table spoon crisply hallmarked underside to terminal
Silver weight: 64gr
Length: 22cm

 600-800

247
A COLONIAL STERLING SILVER SPOON
Circa: 1890s, with maker's mark of period for Stevenson (of Adelaide)
A fiddle pattern spoon with later mark of Stevenson to stem underside
Silver weight: 63gr
Length: 23cm

 120-180

248
THREE AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE WARES: A CHEESE KNIFE, TEA SPOON AND BUTTER KNIFE
Mid 1960s-80, with maker's mark for John Edwin Hale with piping shrike mark, kangaroo; and JMH, with bounding kangaroo punch (as per John Edwin Hale)
A shaped cheese knife with gum leaf engraving and a cast gum nuts terminal, and; a fiddle pattern spoon; a plain spatula shaped butterknife; hallmarked
Silver weight: 106gr
Length: 17cm and smaller

 250-300

249
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SERVING SPOON
Mid 20th century, with maker's mark for Sargison (of Hobart)
Of typical Sargison design with a rounded hammered bowl, a twist motif to the stem and an open strapwork scroll finial, mark of Sargison's to the stem
Silver weight: 71gr
Length: 28cm

 200-250

250
A PAIR OF AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SKEWERS
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Stevenson (of Adelaide)
Slender skewers with open oval terminals, hallmarked to upper stems
Silver weight: 31gr
Length: 20cm

 300-400

251
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING MUG
Circa: 1893, with maker's mark of Brunkhorst of Adelaide
The gilt washed mug upon a waisted foot and having a hollow 'C' scroll handle, with a contemporary inscription and one later; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 134gr
Height: 8cm

 200-300

252
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER CHRISTENING MUG
Early to mid 20th century, with maker's mark of Frederick James Mole of Queensland
The pedestal mug of gently tapering conical form with a square section handle, hallmarked below rim
Silver weight: 110gr
Height: 8cm

 150-200

253
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER SHOE HORN
Mid 1960s-80, with maker's mark for John Edwin Hale with piping shrike mark
A shoe horn of typical flaring spoon end form, hallmarked underside and with letter 'Q'
Silver weight: 76gr
Length: 17.5cm

 200-300

254
A GEORGE II STERLING SILVER MARROW SCOOP
Circa: 1730s
Of typical plain form with slender elongated bowls in two sizes, rubbed pinched marks to the stem
Silver weight: 42gr
Length: 20.5cm

 150-200

255
AN ANTIQUE STERLING SILVER SHAWL PIN AND HORSESHOE BROOCH
Early 20th century, with maker's mark FS marked Sterling, patent 2165
The long pin with a return hook attached to a rope twist chain with horseshoe embellishment, with pin and hook, marked to long pin
Length: 16.5cm (pin)

 150-250

256
A FINE STERLING SILVER TEA TRAY
1964 Sheffield, with maker's mark for C.J. Vander Ltd
The rectangular plain tray with rounded corners, applied cast gadroon rims with Neoclassical embellishments to the corners and similarly decorated bracket handles; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 4000 gr
Length: 60cm Width: 44cm

 2000-3500

257
A STERLING SILVER MINIATURE CRADLE
1900 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Walker & Hall
An embossed cradle, probably a replica of the 1848 cradle commissioned by Princess Victoria for Princess Louise and made by W.G Roger; hallmarked to long side and with registration mark underside
Silver weight: 36gr
Height: 4cm Width: 6cm

 100-120

258
TWO EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER PIG PIN CUSHIONS
1909 Chester, with maker's marks for Levi & Salaman, the other with rubbed date and assay marks (probably Sheffield), maker's marks for Walker & Hall
Two corpulent pigs balancing on petite feet, both with small perforations throughout and having the original hair stuffing; hallmarked or partially hallmarked to sides
Width: 7.5cm and 5cm

 150-250

259
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SWAN PIN CUSHION
1908 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Crisford & Norris Ltd
Embossed with a purple cotton velvet cushion and weighted; hallmarked to the wing feathers
Height: 6cm Width: 7.5cm

 120-220

260
AN ANTIQUE SILVER PLATED PUG DOG POUNCE POT
19th century
The seated dog with brown glass eyes and perforations to the back of the head, for sprinkling ink blotting powder
Height: 90cm

 100-120

261
A STERLING SILVER LIZARD PIN CUSHION
1907 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Crisford & Norris Ltd
The lizard of serpentine shape with a textured skin; hallmarked underside and with registration number
Length: 11cm

 100-150

262
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SWAN PIN CUSHION
1908 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Adie & Lovekin Ltd
Embossed with a purple cotton velvet cushion and weighted; hallmarked to the wing feathers
Height: 4cm Width: 6cm

 80-160

263
AN EDWARDIAN JEWELLED SILVER GILT ELEPHANT POT POURRI
1906 with Chester import mark, maker's mark for WG & Co
The realistically modelled elephant having a cabochon jewel studded caparison, the removable head revealing a perforated pot pourri cover, hallmarked to mount, head and cover
Total weight: 272gr
Height: 9.5cm 17.5cm

 300-500

264
A CHARLES I SILVER SEAL TOP SPOON
1630-40 Exeter
The spoon of typical form with a fig shaped bowl, square section stem and surmounted by a standard seal top finial with faded gilding; place mark to bowl (refer Pickford's Jackson's page 290)
Silver weight: 35gr Length: 16cm

 1500-1800

265
AN AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER BLOTTER AND BLOTTER PAD
Late 19th century, with mark of Wendt Sterling silver
A plain silver mounted ebonised blotter with a lemon squeezer knop and a conforming blotter pad; hallmarked to both
Length: 15.5cm Width: 8.5cm (blotter) Length: 58cm Width: 45cm (blotter pad)

 600-1000

266
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SUGAR BASIN
1814 London, with maker's mark for William Stroud
The oval heavy gauge pedestal basin with undulating rim, a pair of cast griffin handles, and decorated to the body with embossed swags, amorini and bird ornaments, bead borders to the foot; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 363gr
Height: 8cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 10cm

 500-700

267
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER BRANDY SAUCEPAN
1910 Birmingham, with maker's mark for John Collard Vickery
A charming slightly domed shape saucepan with lid and an ebonised rounded handle, raised on a tripod base with strap legs and scroll feet supporting the burner; hallmarked to all elements
Total weight: 181gr
Height: 12cm

 450-550

268
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUGS
1886 Sheffield, with maker's marks for W & G Sissons
Ovoid jugs etched with little stars, having broad silver collars embossed with floral and acanthus scrolls, conforming flat domed lids with pierced thumb spurs, scroll handles with bifurcated terminals; hallmarked to collar
Height: 25cm

 5000-6000

269
A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III HORN AND SILVER GILT BEAKERS
1816 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Philips, Edward Robinson and James Phipps
In well figured horn, gilt lined, and having decorative borders with oak and wheat head motifs and cartouches with pairs of initials, possibly marriage beakers; hallmarked to the interior rims and to border
Height: 11cm

 500-1000

270
AN EDWARDIAN STERLING SILVER SHAVING MUG WITH A WICKER HANDLE
1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for William Devenport
Of plain hour glass shape with a five perforations to the upper basin and a broad spout; hallmarked to lip
Total weight: 153gr
Height: 10cm

 260-300

271
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL BEAKER
1880 London, with maker's mark for Barnabas Blackburn
A parcel gilt embossed beaker in the 17th century Northern European taste with country scenes to reserves and floral and fruiting motifs, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked below rim, retailer's mark for Lambert of Coventry St
Silver weight: 85gr
Height: 9.5cm

 500-700

272
A FRENCH .950 SILVER GILT ALTAR CHALICE IN A TRAVELLING CASE
Early 20th century, Minerva 1 standard, partial maker's mark M
The goblet shaped bowl supported in a stiff leaf collar above a decorative knopped stem terminating in a broad conical base with conforming embossed stiff leaf motifs and bright cut trellis patterns; hallmarked to bowl and collar
Silver weight: 358gr
Height: 24cm

 500-1000

273
A CONTINENTAL .800 SILVER LIPSTICK HOLDER
Early to mid 20th century
The square section holder engraved with flora and leafy arabesques, a blue glass cabochon clasp releasing the hinged mirror, marked .800 to the interior
Length: 6cm

 100-150

274
TWO AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER BELT BUCKLES
Late 19th to early 20th century, with makers' marks for Charles Horne of Gawler, and; Palfrey (probably G.H. Palfrey, jewellers of Melbourne)
A plain rectangular buckle, and a shaped rectangular buckle with engraved initials, both marked underside
Silver weight: 63gr
Length: 7cm Width: 5cm and smaller

 200-300

275
TWO AUSTRALIAN STERLING SILVER BELT BUCKLES
Circa: 1890-1900, with maker's mark for J.M. Wendt, Adelaide and Broken Hill
A rectangular buckle with bright cut borders and initials, the other of square form with scalloped edging and initials, EL; hallmarked to both
Silver weight: 116gr
Height: 6.5cm Width: 8cm and smaller

 250-350

276
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TRIVET
1847 London, with maker's mark for Charles Thomas Fox and George Fox
Having a cast handle with an allegorical figure carrying the attributes of an anchor and bird, raised on a figural and rope twist stem, the trivet with nine wavy splats, hallmarked to frame
Silver weight: 226gr
Length: 25cm Width: 14.5cm

 600-800

277
A STERLING SILVER PIERCED DISH RING
1894 London, with maker's mark for Daniel & John Wellby
The waisted ring embossed in the Rococo manner with an abundance of fruits and foliage, with a shepherd, sheep, and a swan on a lake by a ruin; hallmarked below sheep
Silver weight: 392gr
Height: 7.5cm Diameter: 19cm

 500-800

278
TWO STERLING SILVER MODELS OF A GIRAFFE AND A KUDU
20th century
In solid silver and naturalistically cast, hallmarked to the bellies of both
Silver weight: 258gr
Height: 11.5cm and smaller

 200-250

279
A COLONIAL SILVER MOUNTED EMU EGG WITH PRESENTATION PLAQUE
Circa: 1875, provenance: offered at Small & Whitfield, 19/10/87 as lot 88
The egg mounted on a prick worked stem stand and surmounted by an emu on a raised naturalistic ground, the applied shield cartouche bearing the words 'Presented to Dr Williamson, in grateful remembrance of his extreme kindness to a beloved mother' 1875; accompanied by Auctioneer's catalogue
Height: 24cm

 1500-1800

280
A SMALL HERD OF SILVER ELEPHANTS, ONE MARKED STERLING SILVER
20th century, one marked London 1989, with maker's mark for JS & MJ
Four cast elephants; hallmarked to body of one
Total weight: 74gr
Height: 2.5cm Width: 4cm and smaller

 100-200

281
A FRENCH .950 SILVER GILT ALTAR SET IN A TRAVELLING CASE
19th century, Minerva 1 standard, mark of Pierre Leroux to plate
A broad goblet shaped bowl with a vegetal undulate band upon a knopped stem to the spreading conical base, and; a brushed silver communion plate engraved with a cross fleury motif; hallmarked to both, chalice engraved 'L'Abbé Jean-Pierre Botelle'
Silver weight: 520gr Height: 18.5cm

 400-800

282
A STERLING SILVER LIDDED TANKARD
1790 London, with maker's mark for Hester Bateman
A baluster tankard with a stepped dome lid, applied scroll work thumb piece, a double scroll handle and a reeded band to the body, raised on a waisted foot; hallmarked underside and to lid
Silver weight: 870gr
Height: 19.5cm

 7000-9000

283
A PART GEORGE II PART VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1775, London, with maker's mark for probably John Scofield; with later lid probably 1879 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Hilliard & Thomason
The baluster tankard with a domed lid and spout, raised on a waisted foot, with non original handle and some repairs; hallmarked to lid and base
Total weight: 507gr Height: 16cm

 250-450

284
A LARGE GEORGE II STERLING SILVER TANKARD JUG
1764, London, with maker's initials I*M
The large scale baluster tankard with a domed lid and open shaped thumb spur, a bold hinge decoration to the scroll handle with a target shaped terminal, threaded bands to the mid section and raised on a waisted foot, crisply hallmarked to lid and underside
Silver weight: 1054gr Height: 22cm

 2000-4000

285
A SMALL HERD OF ELEPHANTS, CONTINENTAL AND STERLING SILVER, AUSTRIAN BRONZE
20th century, Italian; 1984 London, with maker's mark for Nat Leslie Ltd
Three cast silver models and a cast cold painted bronze figure with gold and copper coloration, all items stamped or hallmarked
Silver weight: 79gr (three items only)
Height: 3cm Width: 5cm

 100-200

286
A PAIR OF ELEGANT STERLING SILVER WATER JUGS OR COFFEE POTS
1968 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Roberts & Belk Ltd
Of faceted pear shape with stepped domed lids and wooden finials, having shaped wood handles with silver mounts, raised on waisted stepped bases, hallmarks to upper bodies
Total weight: 1230 gr
Height: 22.5cm

 600-1200

287
A CASED CONTINENTAL SILVER GILT TEA SERVICE SET
Circa: 1900, .800 standard and lion salient punch
Comprising twelve teaspoons, a pair of claw footed tongs and a tea strainer, all finely decorated in relief with silver flora upon a textured gilt ground, housed in the original silk lined hard case; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 138 gr
Length: 12.5cm (tongs)

 150-200

288
A BOHEMIAN THREE COLOUR CAMEO VASE SIGNED RICHARD
1920-30, 'Richard' mark employed by Loetz for glass made for Etling, Paris
The high shouldered baluster vase decorated with iris blooms and strappy foliage in brown and pale tan colours upon a matte pink ground, cameo mark of Richard to the body
Height: 30cm

 500-700

289
A FRENCH WHITE METAL AND PAINTED GLASS EWER
Circa: 1900
The inverted baluster frosted green glass body enamel decorated with grape vines, a white metal neck, handle and hinged lid cast with Rococo motifs, the foot of conforming design
Height: 34cm

 120-180

290
A MOTTLED GLASS AND WROUGHT IRON LAMP BY DEGUE
Early 20th century
The tall mushroom cap shade in pale apricot and cobalt glass held in an ironwork pierced leafy stem to a textured hexagonal base, faint etched mark of Degue to shade
Height: 43cm

 300-600

291
A LALIQUE 'HONFLEURS' DISH
Second half 20th century
The shallow straight-sided dish with a broad moulded leaf form rim, etched mark of Lalique France underside
Diameter: 27.5cm

 150-250

292
A FINE STUART NORMAN CLARKE BRITISH ART GLASS LUSTRE VASE
1987
The large slender ovoid vase with an irregular polished rim in deep purple blue lustre colours with bold pulled dark ribbons enclosing trailing orange lines, polished pontil underside and incised signature and date Stuart Norman Clarke '87
Height: 37cm

 200-400

293
A PATE DE VERRE VASE IN THE MANNER OF ANDRÉ DELATTE
Circa: 1920s, unmarked
The solifleur vase of typical form with a bulbous lower body and long slender neck, in mottled amber and blue colours
Height: 54.5cm

 150-250

294
A SMALL ART NOUVEAU CAMEO VASE BY GALLÉ
Circa: 1900
The vase with a polished purple cameo flower, buds and tendril style foliage upon a matte pink mauve ground, cameo signature to lower body, shallow polished pontil underside
Height: 10.5cm

 200-300

295
A THOMAS WEBB & CO. TWO COLOUR CAMEO VASE
Late 19th century
The elegant vase of compressed form with a waisted stem, decorated with a leafy branch and flower buds in white and copper red colours upon a matte golden amber ground, maker's mark in low relief to crescent banner underside
Height: 10.5cm

 400-600

296
A FRENCH GLASS VASE BY MULLER FRÈRES
Early 20th century
A tapering moulded vase with a small everted rim in mottled blue, amber and green colours upon a beige base, faint mark of Muller Frères Luneville to body
Height: 20.5cm

 150-250

297
A THOMAS WEBB & CO. CAMEO VASE
Late 19th century
The ovoid vase with a waisted neck and foot, decorated with a floral stem in white upon a lemon ground, maker's mark in low relief to crescent banner underside
Height: 13cm

 500-600

298
A THOMAS WEBB & CO. CAMEO VASE
Late 19th century
The waisted baluster vase finely decorated with a stem of bramble fruits with flowers in white upon a rich aqua blue ground, with butterfly to the reverse, unmarked
Height: 15cm

 500-600

299
A FINE MONART BLUE AND COPPER GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The large tapering ovoid vase with a broad neck, decorated with swirling pink, mauve and copper colours flecked with aventurine to a mottled sky-blue lower register, distinctive Monart polished button pontil and ground outer rim underside
Height: 35cm

 200-400

300
AN ETCHED ANTIQUE GLASS GOBLET
19th century
A funnel shaped goblet with continuous floral decoration to the body raised on a baluster and knopped stem with annulated rings, above a broad flat foot, with a snapped pontil; provenance: sold at Small & Whitfield S.A. 20/3/2007 for $300
Height: 19cm

 200-300

301
A FROSTED 'PINSONS' BOWL BY LALIQUE
Later 20th century, model 10-386, originally issued in 1933, etched mark of Lalique France, Cristal Lalique Paris decal
The large bowl with an allover design of arching serrated leaves and birds, etched mark underside
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 23.5cm

 500-800

302
A VINTAGE GERMAN AMBER GLASS DISH
Circa: 1930s, marked Deutschland
The moulded dish with borders of scroll motifs underside to the bowl and to the extended rim handles, relief mark 'Deutschland' to foot
Height: 6cm Diameter: 31cm

 50-60

303
A FRENCH MOULDED OPALESCENT DISH
Circa: 1930s, unmarked
The low broad dish with three fan shaped sprays of pine needles and cones
Diameter: 30cm

 80-120

304
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GLASS JARDINIÈRE IN A METALWORK FRAME
Circa: 1900
The rectangular frosted glass pot with rounded ends enamel decorated with mauve iris and leaves picked out in gilt, housed in a cast and pierced Rococo style metal work frame with four petite feet and extended decorative handles
Height: 15cm Length: 39cm Width: 11cm

 120-180

305
AN ART DECO CHARLES SCHNEIDER SMOKY QUARTZ GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930s
The flaring conical vase with panels of radiating clear glass rays between 'rough cast' acid etched reserves, upon a thick circular base, etched mark of Schneider to foot
Height: 29.5cm

 700-900

306
AN ART DECO GLASS AND WROUGHT IRON LAMP BY DAUM
Circa: 1920s
The pate de verre bell shaped shade in mottled autumnal colours set within a spiky leaf form stem to a hammered hexagonal base; etched mark of Daum Nancy France with Cross of Lorraine near rim
Height: 38cm

 500-700

307
A MOULDED PATE DE VERRE PEDESTAL BOWL
The modern era orchid bowl in bright lemon and green colours after Daum and bearing a Daum France etched mark to foot
Height: 11cm Diameter: 13cm

 100-200

308
A VINTAGE MOULDED CRYSTAL LAMP BASE BY CRISTALLERIE LORRAINE
Circa: 1940s
A heavy gauge free form tapering lamp in clear crystal, maker's stencil mark underside
Height: 33.5cm

 100-150

309
TWO PATE DE VERRE VASES BY ANDRÉ DELATTE
Circa: 1920s
The solifleur vases of typical form with bulbous and compressed lower bodies and long slender necks, in mottled orange and blue colours, maker's mark to lower body of one, rubbed mark to other
Height: 56cm and 40cm

 300-500

310
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE LIMOGES PAINTED PLATES
1891-1932, mark of L Guerin Limoges
Cobalt blue plates with gilt bands and roundels hand painted with roses and lilac, a suffused lakeside setting in the background; backstamps underside
Diameter: 26cm

 50-80

311
A VINTAGE FRENCH FAIENCE PLATE
Late 19th century
A feather edged plate with a colourful bird painted in the naive manner, a trio of spur marks underside
Diameter: 23cm

 30-50

312
A GROUP OF FIVE VINTAGE PORCELAIN APOTHECARY JARS
Late 19th century to mid 20th century
A pair of jars, one with old staple repairs to the lid, incised marks underside, a plain apothecary jar, and two Limoges porcelain jars, one lid absent, variously decorated, printed marks underside to the Limoges items
Height: 29.5cm and smaller

 400-600

313
A FIFTY NINE PIECE ANTIQUE HAND PAINTED FRENCH DINNER SERVICE
Early 20th century
Comprising forty dinner plates, fifteen entrée plates, a large diamond shaped covered tureen, a conforming covered vegetable tureen, a covered sauce boat with integral stand, and a pouring tureen with integral stand, variously handpainted with informal mixed flowers and grasses, unmarked
Diameter: 23cm (plate) Height: 21cm Length: 35cm Width: 26cm (tureen)

 350-450

314
A PAIR OF DRESDEN STYLE FIGURAL AND FLOWER ENCRUSTED CANDLE STICKS
Early 20th century
The shapely Rococo sticks with cartouches enclosing flora and pairs of lovers, richly encrusted with flowers and fruits, the waisted bases with a trio of seated musicians above scrolling feet; one stick with crossed feather arrow mark
Height: 41.5cm

 100-200

315
A LARGE ART DECO EARTHENWARE VASE WITH APPLIED DECORATION
Circa: 1930s
The large bold tapering vase with a carinate collar in shades of mottled blue and decorated with applied pewter roses, apparently signed 'Prom' to body, with indistinct impressed marks underside
Height: 45cm

 250-350

316
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE SIGNED SÈVRES STYLE PEDESTAL VASES
19th century, unmarked
Elegant slender baluster vases in gilt bronze mounts, both decorated with two gilt decorated medallions containing landscapes and scenes of lovers, signed Lecq, delicate gilt swags and pendants throughout, the socles raised on square shaped bases
Height: 34cm

 500-800

317
A LARGE NEOCLASSICAL PORCELAIN VASE WITH GILT BRONZE MOUNTS
Early 20th century
The Sèvres type cobalt urn with a plain body, a cast domed cover with pine cone finial, gilt pendants to the neck, twin ram's head handles and raised on a cusped square base
Height: 58cm

 650-850

318
A VINTAGE COVERED COBALT BLUE PORCELAIN VASE
Mid 20th century, France, probably Jaget et Pinon, Tours
The large conical pedestal vase with domed cover and button style knop, gilt decorated in the Neoclassical manner upon a rich cobalt ground, marked France underside
Height: 31cm Diameter: 23cm

 150-350

319
A BOCH FRÈRES LA LOUVIÈRE CERAMIC VASE
Circa: 1923, Belgium
The ovoid vase decorated with black outlined sgraffito in a typical bright enamel palette with yellow and orange fruits and turquoise ribbons upon a cream ground, cobalt blue to the neck, pattern number underside and backstamp of period
Height: 30cm

 300-400

320
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH PORCELAIN COFFEE POT AND CREAMER
Circa: 1900, maker's mark of Mouzin Frères, Onnaing
The baluster shaped duo in 'Japon' pattern with transfer designs of pagodas, flowers and patterned borders; backstamps underside
Height: 22cm and 14cm

 20-30

321
A FAIENCE JARDINIÈRE BY GIEN
Circa: 1900, with export stamp
Of compressed ovoid form with bold twin entwined dolphin handles and a profusion of Ottoman style floral decoration in blue and terracotta colours; backstamp underside
Height: 21cm Width: 45cm Diameter: 35cm

 150-200

322
A GIEN POTTERY JARDINIÈRE
Early 20th century
The large ovoid pot with slip applied trailing flowers and stems in colours and gilt upon a basket weave textured cream ground, painted Gien mark underside
Height: 25cm Diameter: 34cm

 100-200

323
A FRENCH MAJOLICA PITCHER
Circa: 1900, pattern 825, with maker's mark for Onnaing
The tapering pitcher moulded with Art Nouveau style flowers in purple, cherry and amber colours above stylised leaves and stems in olive and teal colours, with a triangular bracket handle, impressed marks underside
Height: 19.5cm

 150-250

324
TWO VINTAGE COBALT BLUE PORCELAIN PLATES AND A BOX
Circa: 1930s, probably Jaget et Pinon, Tours
Two lobed plates centred with the monogram of Anne of Bretagne in gold and enamel colours, featuring the ermine, crown and five fleur-de lis; and a low domed box with floral swags and patterned borders, marked France underside
Diameter: 24cm (plate)

 80-120

325
A PAIR OF SIGNED FRENCH NEOCLASSICAL STYLE PORCELAIN URNS
Circa: 1930s, marked Tours, probably Jaget et Pinon
Pedestal urns with ram's head handles, domed covers with flame finials, and raised on square bases, both finely painted to gilt embellished cartouches with pairs of rustic lovers, signed A. Le Jeune, festoons and sprigs throughout upon a rich cobalt ground; marked Tours underside
Height: 41cm

 500-600

326
A GROUP OF THREE MAJOLICA ASPARAGUS AND ARTICHOKE PLATES
Circa: 1900
A pair of Five Lilles plates and a Luneville plate in teal, Prussian blue, purple and buff glazes, incised and painted marks underside
Diameter: 23.5cm

 60-80

327
A GROUP OF FIVE LARGE LIMOGES PORCELAIN BOXES
The variously shaped boxes decorated with mostly floral motifs and 18th century style romantic couples, one cobalt box with a gold star design; marked Limoges, Danilas and other marks underside
Height: 6cm Length: 33cm Width: 19.5cm

 200-300

328
A GROUP OF TWELVE VINTAGE BESWICK HORSE FIGURINES
Pre 1990
Bay horses with white blazes comprising a Rearing Welsh Cob, with impressed mark 1014, a race horse (1565), and a selection of ponies and foals, Beswick stamps to all; one foal with a missing tail
Height: 27cm and smaller

 400-600

329
A SIGNED ROYAL WORCESTER PERSIAN STYLE ROSE VASE
1912, pattern H 304, signed H. Martin to lower body
Of elegant proportions, the globular vase with a slender moulded neck and waisted foot decorated with shot colours and cabochons, the body finely decorated with red and pink roses and delicate lily of the valley pendants upon a suffused ground; green backstamp, registration mark underside
Height: 21cm

 250-300

330
A CHARLOTTE RHEAD BURSLEY-WARE BASKET BOWL
Circa: 1935
Boat shaped with a strap handle in a muted apple green and autumnal palette with tube lined floral zig zag motifs and Egyptian style palms; backstamp of Charlotte Rhead Bursley-Ware
Height: 13cm Length: 29.5cm Width: 18cm

 50-80

331
A RETICULATED PARIS PORCELAIN STYLE BASKET
Early to mid 20th century
The navette shaped basket of flaring form in bright gilt on white, with a painted and flower encrusted embellishment, and raised on paw feet to an extended shaped base in white and gilt; unmarked
Height: 15cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 9.5cm

 50-100

332
A ROYAL DOULTON FIGURINE BY C.J. NOKE OF 'DORIS KEENE AS CAVALLINI'
Circa: 1913-1918, HN 96
A portrait of the American actress Doris Keene renowned for her role as Cavallini in 'Romance', a role she played continuously in New York and London for five years following its debut in 1913; painted description to the skirt hem, green back stamp and pattern number to the interior
Height: 28.5cm Length: 24.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 400-800

333
A LIMOGES GILT DECORATED VASE
20th century
The ink blue baluster vase with a waisted neck, having a tooled border to the collar, gilded rims and decorated with a floral spray to the body; mark of Limoges France underside
Height: 27cm

 100-120

334
A PAIR OF ROYAL DUX GRECIAN STYLE FIGURINES
1900-1918, patterns 349 and 350,
The complementary figures, one a potter at his wheel, the other depicting a female pot decorator, in a muted palette of cream, buff, with shot olive and terracotta colours, raised on shaped oval bases with anthemion and scroll borders; applied triangular pink clay triangle, stamped E and Royal Dux Bohemia to both
Height: 29cm and 31cm

 200-300

335
A MEISSEN MODEL OF A SLEEPING WOMAN WITH A BILLET DOUX
Later 19th century, model E 58, after the 1774 model by Michel Victor Acier, after a 1725 drawing by Jean-Baptiste Greuze
The figure of a lady asleep in a chair and finely attired in a lilac and pale teal dress with sprigs and lace, her shoes removed and a billet doux tucked into her bodice; crossed swords mark underside, model mark, incised 62, decorator's mark 70
Height: 19cm Width: 13cm Depth: 12cm

 800-1000

336
A PAIR OF MASON'S IRONSTONE ORIENTAL STYLE VASES
Early 20th century, post 1891 mark
Of ovoid form, one yellow, the other orange, with identical decoration depicting oriental figures and prunus blossoms to reserves between gold and cobalt fish scale borders and collars, backstamps Underside
Height: 15.5cm

 50-80

337
A CLAIRE VOLKHART PORCELAIN GROUP OF HARLEQUIN WITH A DANCER
1913, Schwarzburger workshop Germany
The stylised figures of harlequin in a peacock eye decorated yellow costume and blue ballet slippers engaging with a ballet dancer in an orange chevron patterned tiered skirt with gold and black embellishments, upon a circular base with inscribed mark, incised numerals underside
Height: 33cm

 200-400

338
A PARIS PORCELAIN ROCOCO STYLE VASE
Late 19th century
Of flamboyant moulded slipper shape with floral and leafy embellishments, a handpainted loose bouquet to the body and gilt highlights, impressed mark 214 underside
Height: 34.5cm

 100-150

339
A GERMAN PORCELAIN FIGURAL GROUP
Early 20th century
A pair of lovers depicting a flower seller and her suitor in bright polychrome enamels upon a flower encrusted naturalistic base, an undulate gilded border to the oval foot; underglaze embellished crown mark underside
Height: 19cm

 50-100

340
TWO ART DECO AMPHORA VASES
Circa: 1920s-30s, Czechoslovakia
High relief vases in a sponged matte glaze, one of slightly barrel form depicting a wolf stalking a duck, the other of moulded high shouldered form depicting a shepherd with his flock beneath trees; backstamps underside
Heights: 33.5cm and 26.5cm

 700-900

341
A PAUL DUBOIS (E.T.B RADFORD WOODS) KOALA POTTERY FLOAT BOWL
1930s
An irregular kidney shaped bowl with a moulded koala seated in a branch, freely decorated in olive brown and grey glazes, mark of Paul Dubois, Registration number 809590 and cipher underside
Height: 22cm Length: 28cm Width: 28cm

 100-150

342
A VINTAGE FRENCH PORCELAIN TEAPOT AND BURNER STAND
Mid 20th century
The ovoid pot with a zoomorphic spout and scroll handle, border decorations of handpainted flowers, the burner stand of conforming design, unmarked
Height: 21.5cm

 80-100

343
A GROUP OF ELEVEN VINTAGE BESWICK HORSE FIGURINES
Pre 1990
Bay horses with white blazes comprising a large scale racehorse (1565) and a selection of ponies and foals, Beswick stamps to all
Height: 28.5cm Width: 37cm and smaller

 400-600

344
A COLLECTION OF SIX GERMAN AND THREE JAPANESE PORCELAIN HALF DOLLS, AND A PAIR OF LEGS
Early to mid 20th century
Flapper dolls in colours, variously marked Germany or with mould numbers to the lower register, some with painted marks, and three Japanese dolls with bonnets, marked Japan or Made in Japan to the reverse, with a pair of German legs wearing bright gold shoes, maker's mark to the interior
Height: 9cm and smaller

 180-250

345
A GROUP OF FOUR ASPARAGUS PLATES
Circa: 1900, in the manner of Longchamps, Onnaing, Orchies, Wasmuel
Moulded plates in predominantly teal, Prussian blue, purple and cream glazes, impressed and painted marks underside
Diameter: 25cm and smaller

 200-300

346
A FIFTEEN PIECE RAYNAUD ET CO. LIMOGES TEA OR COFFEE SERVICE
Circa: 1930s
Comprising twelve cups and associated saucers, tea or coffee pot with a striking comma style handle, creamer and covered sugar basin, decorated with transferware floral designs and gilt vegetal scrolls upon a deep cream ground, backstamps underside
Height: 22.5cm (coffee pot)

 100-200

347
TWO LIMOGES PORCELAIN APOTHECARY JARS
Mid 20th century, GL Limoges to one, and Au pot de Galien to other
The covered jars of moulded straight sided form with knopped domed lids, one amusingly marked Pil Purgat, the other optimistically marked Elixir de Longue Vie; various marks underside
Height: 28cm and smaller

 250-350

348
A PORCELAIN NUDE BATHER
20th century
A seated female figure at her bath, after the original sculpture by Etienne Maurice Falconet (1716-1791), incised facsimile signature to the reverse of image
Height: 44cm

 300-500

349
A PAIR OF LARGE PAINTED AND GILDED VASES AFTER SÈVRES
Late 19th to early 20th century
Baluster vases decorated in the French manner with floral bouquets, repeat leafy borders and Rococo style cartouches to the neck and collar, deep floral swags in bright enamel colours enclosing shaped and patterned pendants to the body, and gilt sprigs, painted crossed L marks with letter S underside
Height: 47cm

 800-1200

350
AN ART DECO AMPHORA VASE
Circa: 1920s-30s, Czechoslovakia
The large vase of ovoid form with a sgraffito decorated matte frieze of a Grecian charioteer in brown and ochre colours upon a dark blue ground, glazed patterned borders to the neck and base; backstamp underside
Height: 44.5cm

 400-500

351
ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY)
Lady in a white dress with leg of mutton sleeves
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, relined
Height: 69.5cm Width: 56cm

 800-1000

352
EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Fruit Seller
Oil on board in the antique manner, unsigned
Height: 58cm Width: 46cm

 300-500

353
CORREGGIO, JOSEF (1810-1891, GERMAN SCHOOL)
Herdsmen with cattle, and lake scene (two works)
Tiny strip watercolour sketches en grisaille on paper both signed J.Correggio
Height: 19cm Width: 24.5cm

 100-150

354
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Bringing them in, near Narrengullen N.S.W
Oil on artist's board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2005 lower right, title verso and signature
Height: 29.5cm Width: 59cm

 400-600

355
KING, DI (20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Howqua Riders
Oil on artist's board, signed lower right; biographical information verso
Height: 57cm Width: 42.5cm

 300-400

356
SONREL, ELISABETH (1874-1953)
Two female saints
Two small watercolour panels with gouache heightening on fabric, both signed Elisabeth Sonrel to lower images, and housed in a fine gothic style frame
Height: 25.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 1000-2000

357
STEFANI, PIERRE (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Paris Le Quai des Grands Augustins
Oil on board, signed P. Stefani lower right
Height: 26cm Width: 21cm

 400-800

358
MOGISSE, ROBERT (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Harbour scene
Oil on canvas, signed R. Mogisse lower left; title in French verso
Height: 26cm Width: 34cm

 500-800

359
EBRAY, F. (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Shepherd with flock
Oil on board, signed F.Ebray lower right
Height: 27cm Width: 35cm

 300-500

360
LATE 19TH/EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Figure and woodlands
Oil on canvas, signed faintly but indistinctly lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 120-150

361
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Harbour with moody sky
Oil on canvas, apparently signed Blanpain lower left, similar to stretcher verso
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 300-400

362
VASLIN, G (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Market
Oil on canvas, signed G. Vassin lower right, title in French verso
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 400-600

363
MOGISSE, ROBERT (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Return from Fishing
Oil on canvas, signed R. Mogisse lower left; title in French verso
Height: 37cm Width: 45cm

 500-800

364
POMPEY, FRANCESCO (1887-1974, SPANISH SCHOOL)
Still life with vase of flowers, champagne glass and books
Oil on canvas, signed Fran Pompey and dated Paris 1926 lower right
Height: 45cm Width: 54cm

 300-600

365
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Street scene
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left
Height: 39cm Width: 49cm

 150-250

366
BUCHERON, MARC (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Field of poppies
Oil on canvas, signed Marc Bucheron lower left, title (in French) and dated 1995 verso)
Height: 49cm Width: 71cm

 400-600

367
POMPEY, FRANCESCO (1887-1974, SPANISH SCHOOL)
Still life with roses, tea set, books and pipe
Oil on canvas, signed and dated F. Pompey 1929 lower right
Height: 59cm Width: 72cm

 450-650

368
WATERHOUSE, PHYLLIS PAULINE (PHYL), (1917-1989)
Avenue at Hampton Court
Oil on board, signed Waterhouse lower centre, chalk mark of V.A.S 13 (Victorian Artist's Society), title verso
Height: 47cm Width: 67cm

 700-1000

369
NEWBERRY, JORNA (B. CIRCA 1935)
Acrylic on canvas
Certificate of authenticity with image of the artist with her work signed by Claude Ullin, Director of Claude Ullin Art, Armadale Melbourne
Height: 121cm Width: 151cm

 600-1000

370
WATSON NAPANGARDI, JUDY (C.1935-2016)
Juina Juina
Acrylic on linen, painted 2010, with associated information about the painting, certificate of authenticity and image of the artist with her work signed by Alexis Hesseen from Original & Authentic Aboriginal Art, Melbourne
Height: 73cm Width: 100cm

 500-800

371
PETRICK KEMARRE, JOSIE (B.1945)
Spinifex Country
Acrylic on canvas, with associated information about the painting, certificate of authenticity signed by Alexis Hesseen from Original & Authentic Aboriginal Art, Melbourne; Kemarre is represented in the NGV and Holmes à Court collections; exhibitions include: Embassy of Australia exhibitions Washington and New York (1999) and The United Nations, New York
Height: 113cm Width: 172cm

 800-1200

372
LONGSTAFF, WILLIAM (1879-1953)
Still life
Oil on canvas, signed Will Longstaff lower left
Height: 28cm Width: 23cm

 300-400

373
MORTON, WILLIAM, E. (1843-1916 BRITISH SCHOOL)
Rural scene with scarecrow
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated William Morton 1878 lower left
Height: 16.5cm Width: 28.5cm

 200-300

374
SHIRLOW, JOHN ALEXANDER THOMAS (1869-1936)
Melbourne from across the Yarra River
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated John Shirlow 1920 lower left, dedicated 'to Grace with best birthday wishes' lower right
Height: 25.5cm Width: 35.5cm

 200-300

375
EUROPEAN SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
Forest track
Oil on board, signed indistinctly, G. Duriez? lower right
Height: 50cm Width: 61cm

 140-200

376
PORTRAITS OF THE GAME AND WILD ANIMALS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA
1840 London, by Captain William Cornwallis Harris, E.I.C Engineers, Bombay
Drawn on stone by Frank Howard and printed by Hullmandel & Walton
Comprising title page and twelve coloured lithographic plates from the original folio of thirty plates (plates 7, 8, 10, 11, 15, 19, 21, 22, 26, 27, 29, 30)
Height: 34cm Width: 44cm

 400-700

377
AAVIK, LEENE (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Kelly Family and The Boys (two works)
Acrylic on paper and surrounding matt board, signed Aavik below images lower right
Height: 49cm Width: 39cm

 100-200

378
NOLAN, SIDNEY ROBERT (1917-1992)
Illustration to 'The Voyage' by Baudelaire
Screenprint, circa: 1965, signed and editioned Nolan 23/65 in pencil below image
Height: 56cm Width: 46cm

 500-800

379
GYNGELL TAYLOR, DI (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Bees are having a red day
Acrylic on canvas, signed Di Gyngell Taylor lower right, title verso
Height: 40.5cm Width: 30.5cm

 60-100

380
BEATTIE, MALCOLM (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Low tide, Port Albert
Watercolour on paper, signed and dated M Beattie '90 lower right
Height: 21cm Width: 21cm

 80-120

381
ALDIN, CECIL (1870 -1935)
Borzoi
Pencil and watercolour heightening on coloured paper, signed Cecil Aldin lower right; Aldin was one of England's most prolific illustrators of country life, sports and animals
Height: 16cm Width: 21cm

 1000-1500

382
A PAIR OF REPRODUCTION COLOUR PRINTS
I sold on Credit! I sold in Cash!
Moral tales of fortune and misfortune, also with Indian script
Height: 28cm Width: 19cm each print (image only)

 20-30

383
20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Abstract (pair)
Acrylic on canvas board, unsigned; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 50cm Width: 40cm each

 30-50

384
WELLS, SAM (1885-1964)
So that's we've you've got it
Original ink and pencil cartoon signed Wells lower right, Herald cartoonist, 1943; title and date of work verso; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 28cm Width: 35cm (image only)

 20-30

385
EVERGOOD, MILES (MYER EVERGOOD BLASHKI) (1871-1939)
The Yarra
Oil on board, signed Evergood lower right, label with exhibition history, authenticity statement by Gael Hammer verso; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 29cm Width: 40cm (image only)

 100-200

386
A REPRODUCTION RACING PRINT IN A HARDWOOD FRAME
The High Mettled Racer, originally published by Alken & Sutherland 1821
Height: 20cm Width: 31cm (image only)

 20-30

387
CAMPBELL, ROBERT RICHMOND (1902-1972)
Village
Oil on canvas, signed Robert Campbell lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 36cm Width: 51cm (image only)

 300-600

388
EARLY 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL
Street scene, winter
Oil and graphite on timber board, apparently initialled lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 35cm Width: 45cm (image only)

 500-800

389
ASHTON, JOHN WILLIAM (WILL) (1881-1963)
Jamieson Valley
Oil on canvas, signed faintly lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis, purchased at Thomson Gallery Hawthorn
Height: 45cm Width: 25cm (image only)

 500-1000

390
QUINN, JAMES PETER (1972-1952)
Girl wearing a veil
Oil on canvas, signed J. Quinn lower left; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 55cm Width: 25cm (image only)

 300-500

391
COLLORI, BRUNO (1946-2012, AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Flowers
Oil with glaze, signed and dated B. Collori '80 lower right
Height: 45cm Width: 60cm

 100-200

392
20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL
Cliffs near Rosa Gully, Sydney
Oil on timber panel, unsigned, title verso
Height: 50cm Width: 39cm (image only)

 500-1000

393
SAWREY, HUGH DAVID (1919-1999)
Waltzing Matilda
Oil on board, signed Sawrey lower right with red thumbprint; title and signature in felt pen verso; framed and gifted to the vendor by the artist
Height: 22cm Width: 12cm

 1500-2500

394
SWIRE, FABIAN (ACTIVE 1930s, BRITISH SCHOOL)
Collins Street Old & New (view of the recently completed Manchester Unity Building c.1934)
Etching, title and signature Fabian Swire in pencil below image; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 13cm Width: 8cm

 50-100

395
WILSON, DORA LYNELL (1883-1946)
Top end of Collins Street Melbourne
Oil on canvas board, signed Dora Wilson lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 32cm Width: 34cm (image only)

 1500-3000

396
WITHERS, MARJORY PITT (1874-1966)
Homestead, Eltham
Oil on timber panel, signed Marjory Withers lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis, Leonard Joel, 26/07/1989, lot 731
Height: 23cm Width: 34cm (image only)

 300-500

397
FOX, ETHEL CARRICK (ATTRIBUTED) (1872-1952)
Île de la Cité and Notre Dame Cathedral
Oil on timber panel, unsigned, inscription in later hand verso: provenance: estate of Peter Davis; Leonard Joel 20/7/1988, Lot 271
Height: 26cm Width: 36cm (image only)

 5000-8000

398
ASHTON, J. HOWARD (1877-1964)
Ramparts of the Megalon
Oil on board, signed J. Howard Ashton lower right, title to original label verso: provenance: estate of Peter Davis; Leonard Joel 27/05/1981, Lot 1052
Height: 26cm Width: 33cm (image only)

 300-500

399
BELL, GEORGE HENRY FREDERICK (1878-1966)
Portrait of a woman
Oil on timber panel, faint inscription lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis; Leonard Joel 2/11/1988 Lot 1422 ($2400); estate of Richard Read Langdon (artist
Height: 37cm Width: 28cm (image only)

 800-1200

400
LLOYD, CHARLES SALIS (1902-c.1960)
Dahlias in an oriental vase
Oil on canvas, signed C. Salis Lloyd lower right
Height: 76cm Width: 66cm

 1000-2000

401
PROUT, ANTHONY A. (B. 1946)
Baskets of grapes in old shed
Watercolour on paper, signed A.A. Prout lower right
Height: 69cm Width: 54cm

 400-500

402
SZABO, JOSEPH (1927-1984)
Towards Melbourne from South Eastern Freeway at Punt Road
Oil on board, signed and dated Szabo, J. '73 lower right; provenance: estate of Peter Davis
Height: 60cm Width: 121cm

 100-200

403
EARLY 20TH CENTURY POLISH SCHOOL
Woman reading
Oil on board, signed and dated apparently Alfred Towaroski 1932 lower right
Height: 125cm Width: 94cm

 1000-2000

404
A WOOL AND SILK CARPET IN THE TABRIZ STYLE
In pale olive, grey, and terracotta colours featuring a shaped medallion upon a white field, with spandrels, and decorated with a tight allover arrangement of geometric and floral elements, the main border with flower heads
Length: 190cm Width: 127cm

 400-600

405
TWO SMALL PERSIAN RUGS
The rugs in blood red, teal and taupe colours each with sixteen panels enclosing hooked medallions and geometric motifs within geometric borders, lattice borders to the short ends
Length: 162cm Width: 92cm and smaller

 100-200

406
A SIGNED SILK ON SILK QUM CARPET
In navy, terracotta, teal and ecru colours, with a decorative medallion upon a cream field, shaped spandrels, richly decorated with formal palmettes, lotus and vases, the main border with flower heads; complete with hanging tape
Length: 158cm Width: 102cm

 1400-2000

407
A PERSIAN WOOL TABRIZ CARPET
In gold, terracotta, beige and blue black colours, featuring a shaped medallion upon a dark field, with spandrels, and decorated with an intricate and tight arrangement of geometric and floral elements, the main border with flower heads between narrow bands
Length: 308cm Width: 198cm

 600-1000

408
A FINE SIGNED NAIN KORK WOOL AND SILK INLAID CARPET
A richly decorated carpet with birds and deer frolicking in a garden of paradise setting, in teal, celadon, mushroom, and maroon colours on a navy ground, the cream main border of repeat floral design between narrow bands with birds, lotus and undulating ribbons, signed to the short end
Length: 308cm Width: 206cm

 2000-4000

409
A LARGE PERSIAN WOOL RUG
With a diamond shaped medallion in red upon a navy field, profusely decorated with vegetal forms, spandrels in cream colours and enclosed by multiple borders, the main with repeat formal floral designs
Length: 437cm Width: 316cm

 700-1000

410
AN ART DECO ROSEWOOD AND PALISANDER MANTLE MIRROR
Circa: 1930s
A shaped bevelled glass within triangular framed supports with bold palisander feature above a long base
Length: 128cm Width: 93cm

 120-160

411
A LARGE RECTANGULAR WALL MIRROR IN A GILTWOOD FRAME
20th century
The frame pierced and moulded with leafy forms
Height: 77cm Width: 109cm

 50-150

412
A GILTWOOD ROCOCO STYLE WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1930s
Of waisted form with a carved pierced crest and vegetal flourishes to the moulded frame
Length: 84cm Width: 52cm

 120-160

413
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON WALL HUNG HAT AND COAT STAND
Circa: 1930s
A rectangular mirror with a stepped open frame in beaten metal with leaf and whorl motifs, with hat rack and five hooks
Length: 57cm Width: 70cm Depth: 21cm

 140-200

414
AN ITALIAN GILT IRONWORK AND GLASS FLOOR LAMP BY MASCA
Later 20th century, probably from the Siberia range
A shallow frosted dish supported within a circular frame, a central stem with a signature conical spiral motif and three iron strapwork arms with splayed terminals in a distressed gilt finish to a squared base
Height: 182cm

 700-900

415
AN ART DECO FOUR LIGHT BRONZE AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930s
With a geometric fan designed cup, a central stem and three downward curved arms with stylised vegetal scroll buttresses, the central shade of tiered skyscraper design with geometric forms, the three side shades conforming
Length: 80cm Width: 43cm

 450-650

416
A LATE VICTORIAN BRONZE PIANO FLOOR LAMP WITH SHADE
Circa: 1900, with maker's mark for Hinks & Sons (patent)
The tall lamp with a square section knop and fluted pillar to a small square stone set table, strapwork buttress style stretchers to a stepped base, a shapely copper coloured shantung silk shade
Height: 210cm

 1800-2200

417
A LARGE NOUVEAU BRONZE AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1900
With a bell shaped cup and a multi branched stem to a large frosted shade supported within six decorative and extended pierced arms of foliate design supporting bell shaped shades
Length: 113cm Diameter: 83cm

 1800-2200

418
A FINE SIGNED ART DECO FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa; 1920s, with marks for Muller Freres, Luneville
With four splayed stems supporting a squared frame with stepped dish and arched and scalloped side pieces, decorated with geometric and floral motifs
Length: 90cm Length: 60cm Width: 60cm

 2000-3000

419
A FINE NAPOLEON III ORMOLU EIGHT BRANCH CHANDELIER
Circa: 1880s
With a twist stem with everted leafy embellishments and Rococo style scrolling acanthus arms supporting electric candles
Height: 129cm Length: 83cm Width: 52cm

 2800-3200

420
A FINE VINTAGE MURANO GLASS SIX LIGHT CHANDELIER
Mid 20th century
The clear glass chandelier having a knopped stem and fine daffodil and fern frond motifs, six curvaceous spiral twist arms with cup form bobèches in a honey comb quilted decor and supporting electric candles
Length: 83cm Diameter: 83cm

 700-1200

421
AN ART DECO FROSTED GLASS PENDANT LIGHT FITTING
Circa: 1920s
With cup and chain supporting a 'jelly mould' style faceted and stepped shade with pressed geometric motifs
Length: 29cm

 150-250

422
A SMALL ART DECO NICKEL PLATED BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1930
A multi stemmed chandelier supporting a square section conical basket with kite shaped textured glass panels and issuing four arms with downturned cup shaped shades
Length: 88cm Diameter: 58cm

 1200-1600

423
A MODERNE GLASS LIGHT FITTING
Circa: 1930s-40s
The pendant light with a frosted glass bi-disk with etched decoration
Diameter: 45cm

 30-50

424
A SILVERED BRONZE AND MOULDED GLASS ART DECO CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s
The chandelier with four frosted and moulded fan shaped glass panels uniting to a point and arched stems supporting cup form shades
Length: 55cm Diameter: 60cm

 1500-2000

425
AN ART DECO CHROME AND FROSTED PINK GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
Multi-stemmed with three scroll shaped bracket arms supporting frosted and moulded upturned shades
Length: 61cm Diameter: 60cm

 800-1500

426
A ROCOCO STYLE CAST BRONZE AND OPALINE GLASS CHANDELIER
19th century
With an open bell shaped frame decorated with cast and trailing foliate elements enclosing a large domed white glass shade, issuing two curvaceous arms with upturned sconces supporting frilled dishes and glass chimneys
Length: 120cm Width: 100cm

 650-850

427
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND FROSTED GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1920s-30s
The multi stemmed chandelier with a large moulded and scallop edged dish issuing three decorative, textured arms of exaggerated scroll form supporting conforming bell-shaped downturned shades
Length: 85cm Diameter: 70cm

 800-1200

428
A VINTAGE FRENCH BRONZE AND GLASS CHANDELIER
Circa: 1940s
Of elegant design with a multiple glass rod twisted stem to a domed base issuing six scrolling hook end arms supporting frosted dishes with stiff palm leaf motifs
Length: 80cm Diameter: 65cm

 800-1000

429
AN ART DECO COPPER SIX LIGHT ICICLE CHANDELIER
Circa:1920s-30s, signed Ezan
With a tiered trumpet stem decorated with dripping icicles, the lower crown issuing gently curvaceous arms and supporting upturned frosted shades with conforming motifs
Length: 76cm Diameter: 83cm

 1400-1700

430
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALLSTAND
Circa: 1930s
The hallstand with hat rack, six hooks, mirror above a central marble shelf, and compartment for umbrellas and sticks, fabricated from textured wrought iron strap work, with bold symmetrical scroll and vegetal motifs
Height: 184cm Width: 86cm Depth: 16cm

 600-900

431
A NEOCLASSICAL STYLE BRASS AND MOTHER OF PEARL INLAID THUJA WOOD BONHEUR DE JOUR, A PAIR OF AESTHETIC STYLE INLAID CHAIRS
19th century
An arching crest, long shelf, two short drawers and a fold out writing surface above a single drawer, fluted legs with 'U' shaped stretchers, inlaid borders throughout; ebonised chairs with giltwood and mother of pearl inlay upon stretcher based legs
Height: 135cm Width: 80cm Depth: 47cm (desk) Height: 88cm (chair)

 1000-2000

432
A FRENCH WALNUT COOLER TROLLEY TABLE
Circa: 1900
The small square table having a veined grey marble top with two recessed silver plated coolers with frosted glass cloches, two undertiers, supported on turned legs with petite casters
Height: 75cm Length: 45cm Width: 45cm

 350-550

433
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY FOLD OVER GAMES TABLE
Early 20th century
The rectangular table opening to a baize interior, above a single drawer with brass hardware and inlaid details, raised on slender square section tapering legs with stringing terminating in porcelain casters
Height: 75cm Length: 76cm Width: 44cm Extended diameter: 76cm

 200-300

434
A LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Second half 20th century
A veined serpentine yellow marble top above three drawers with bookend veneer reserves with stringing and floral inlay, the sides similarly decorated, having a shaped apron and drop, hipped edges flowing to tapering splayed legs, with gilt bronze foliate mounts, pull handles and sabots
Height: 86cm Width: 83cm Depth: 40cm

 700-900

435
A RÉGENCE STYLE WALNUT CABINET
Second half 20th century
With twin cupboard doors with shaped fielded panels above three long drawers and raised on cabriole feet, with swing handles, long hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 134cm Width: 89cm Depth: 44cm

 250-350

436
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930s
Of slender profile with a hammered and bubble textured frame enclosing a mirror, with hat rack, three hooks for coats and a decorative cage for umbrellas and sticks
Height: 180cm Width: 36cm Depth: 17cm

 300-400

437
A LOUIS XVI STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: 1930s
With a serpentine figured yellow marble top above two drawers with floral inlay to bookend and strung reserves, hipped edges and raised on cabriole legs, with gilt bronze cast floral handles and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 40cm Depth: 31cm

 300-500

438
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON AND GLASS COAT STAND WITH LAMP
Circa: 1930s
A basket style cage with four scrolls above a four stemmed pedestal with a series of cascading crimped decorations, two frosted and moulded upturned lanterns and raised upon a squared base
Height: 180cm Width: 46cm

 700-800

439
A FRENCH WALNUT ARMOIRE WITH CONTRASTING BURR TIMBER PANELS
Early 20th century
With formal Louis XVI and early Art Deco influences, the elegantly arching armoire with a central long mirrored door, long side cupboards in honey coloured burr timber above three lower drawers, embellished with formal foliate festoons, pendants and borders
Height: 213cm Width: 162cm Depth: 53cm

 400-600

440
AN ART DECO WALNUT DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1930
With a long central bevel edged mirror above a small open compartment flanked by quarter veneer panelled cupboards of slightly curved profile with boldly mottled aubergine, grey and white marble tops
Height: 164cm Width: 121cm Depth: 33cm

 300-450

441
AN ART DECO ROSEWOOD AND PALISANDER BUFFET
Circa: 1930s
With a hexagonal bevelled glass set within triangular supports with palisander inserts above a yellow ochre brèche marble top, a central cupboard flanked by two bold side cupboards with contrasting triangular palisander features and raised on cluster bracket feet
Height: 188cm Width: 157cm Depth: 46cm

 600-800

442
A FRENCH OAK COFFER IN THE RENAISSANCE MANNER
Early 20th century
The hinged coffer with large square iron nail decoration to the lid, three linen fold panels to the front within rail and stile frames, feathered decorative borders, and fielded panels to the sides, raised on block feet
Height: 85cm Width: 131cm Depth: 54cm

 300-500

443
AN HENRI II WALNUT COURT CABINET
Circa: 1900
An architectural arching crest with carved shield and trailing fruits, three cupboards below with relief carved vase forms flanked by pairs of fluted pillars, an open section with cup and cover supports and a plate rack, the lower register with twin frieze drawers and ornate carved cupboards to an extended base
Height: 265cm Width: 155cm Depth: 60cm

 400-600

444
A TULIPWOOD LOUIS XV STYLE BOMBE COMMODE
Circa: 1930
With a mottled yellow and purple marble top above two drawers with book end veneers, stringing and floral inlay, with hipped edges, curvaceous legs and a shaped apron with drop, having cast foliate pull handles, mounts and sabots

 600-800

445
A LOUIS XIV STYLE PARQUETRY COMMODE ARBALÈTE IN MIXED TIMBERS
Circa: 1900
The commode decorated to the top with striking star and geometric forms, stringing and cross banding in contrasting timbers, three drawers of similar decoration with heavy swing handles with floral plates, raised on curved bracket feet with extravagant sabots
Height: 83cm Width: 111cm Depth: 62cm

 3500-4500

446
AN ART DECO ROSEWOOD AND PALISANDER TABLE AND SIX CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
A striking table with a large inset palisander diamond, similar triangular motif to the plinth style supports and raised on reed cluster bracket feet; the square backed chairs with triangular palisander feature, leather inset seats and reed cluster legs
Height: 76cm Length: 154cm Width: 100cm Extended length: 258cm (table)
Height: 94cm Width: 48cm Depth: 50cm (chair)

 600-1000

447
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT COMMODE
Late 19th century
Of restrained decoration with three incised and carved drawers with pairs of laurel wreath cast handles, fielded panels to the sides, the apron with drop and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 79cm Width: 59cm Depth: 36cm

 200-300

448
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD DESK
Circa: 1930
With tooled tan leather writing surface, three shaped drawers, mock to the reverse, and raised on hipped edges and curvaceous legs, with bronze trims, cast foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 78cm Width: 142cm Depth: 81cm

 2500-3500

449
A NAPOLEON III ROSEWOOD MARQUETRY VITRINE
Later 19th century
The shaped demi-lune vitrine with a cavetto shaped cornice, curved glazed door and side panels opening to a fabric lined interior, the lower register with floral inlay in contrasting timbers and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast gilt bronze border trims and mounts throughout
Height: 168cm Width: 87cm Depth: 45cm

 3000-5000

450
AN ELEGANT LOUIS XVI STYLE WALNUT DESK
Circa: 1900
With a tooled black brown leather writing surface surrounded by a vigorously figured walnut book end veneer border, the skirt also in bold walnut veneers with a narrow tile border, with a single drawer and pairs of side drawers, slides to the short ends, and raised on slender tapering legs, with gilt bronze escutcheons and feet
Height: 74cm Width: 145cm Depth: 79cm

 1800-2400

451
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD COMMODE
Late 19th century
The commode of serpentine profile with a veined dark grey marble top above three oak lined long drawers with bold vegetal inlay upon a darker toned ground, decorated with cast gilt bronze foliate pull handles and mounts
Height: 86cm Width: 117cm Depth: 51cm

 650-850

452
A HAND PAINTED THREE PANEL LOUIS XVI STYLE FOLDING SCREEN
Early 20th century, signed B.Chabert to one panel, initials to two
The lemon cream painted frame with sage green ribbon twist borders and fielded panels to the lower register, painted in oils with a natural arrangement of iris and daffodils to one panel, peonies and grass heads to another and centred with white swans upon a lake with bulrushes and waterlilies
Height: 189cm Width: 181cm

 1800-2400

453
A RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRYWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped top above a large glazed display compartment with glass shelves, a fielded panel to the lower register, carved apron and raised on hipped cabriole legs with whorl feet, with long brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 160cm Width: 86cm Depth: 41cm

 300-400

454
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK BOOKCASE
Mid 20th century
Having a shaped top and a decorative proscenium enclosing open shelving, two lower cupboards with fielded panels, a shaped apron with carved shell motif and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 131cm Width: 98cm Depth: 33cm

 200-250

455
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CABINET
Mid 20th century
The top with thumbnail edging above a long fielded cupboard enclosing four timber shelves to one side and five drawers of similar design below an open compartment to the other, with cast brass handles, and small cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 151cm Width: 100cm Depth: 38cm

 320-420

456
A FRENCH OAK HOLE TO HOLE CANE STOOL
Late 19th century
The oval stool with a parquetry border to the skirt and raised on tapering ribbed legs to a stretcher base
Height: 54cm Length: 50cm Width: 39cm

 150-200

457
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE WALNUT MARBLE TOPPED CABINET
Circa: 1900
With a brèche d'alep marble top, twin cupboards of vertical slat design above a pair of quarter veneer panelled cupboards, both with shelving, the rounded edges with cast mounts, small hipped cabriole legs with sabots
Height: 117cm Width: 58cm Depth: 40cm

 700-900

458
A ROSEWOOD MARBLE TOPPED SECRÉTAIRE À ABBATANT
Late 19th century
Fashioned as a semainer of serpentine profile with cavetto cornice, a faux drawer fall front opening to a fitted interior in birch, four drawers below with quarter veneer panels and contrasting borders, the sides similar, with cast foliate pull handles and mounts, shaped skirt with drop, and small bracket feet
Height: 124cm Width: 65cm Depth: 35cm

 900-1500

459
AN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT MIRROR BACKED WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET
Later 19th century
Of delicate Classical inspiration, with a central raised canopy flanked by twin astragal glazed cabinets with spindle galleries and finials, the lower register with two tiers of open galleried compartments, a central drawer and glazed cupboard, with turned supports, engraved decorations, pierced brass hinges, escutcheons
Height: 195cm Width: 100cm Depth: 38cm

 650-750

460
A SMALL ART DECO WALNUT CABINET
Circa: 1920s
A stepped top above a drawer and bevelled glazed compartment with relief carved flower and fruit details to spandrels and the curved edges, the lower register having a cupboard with faux tambour front, fielded panels to the sides, raised on small conical details with ribbed det
Height: 149cm Width: 60cm Depth: 40cm

 600-900

461
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD CABINET
Circa: 1900
With an amber and tan brèche marble top above two long doors with pairs of quarter veneer panels, feather banding to the sides, all with contrasting borders and blonde stringing, three shelves to the interior, and raised on small hipped cabriole legs, with pierced gilt bronze cast Neoclassical escutcheons and sabots
Height: 157cm Width: 103cm Depth: 37cm

 600-800

462
A PAIR OF TRANSITIONAL STYLE OVAL BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
The tables with yellow ochre brèche marble tops, three drawers each with chequer patterned borders and raised on slender cabriole legs with bronze sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 46cm Depth: 33cm

 500-800

463
A PETITE LOUIS XVI STYLE WINE TABLE
Circa: 1930s
A circular veined grey marble top with pierced brass gallery, a fluted and swollen stem to a tripod base
Height: 55cm Diameter: 29cm

 50-60

464
A LOUIS XIV STYLE MARBLE TOPPED BOW FRONT KINGWOOD COMMODE
Late 19th century
A fine rouge de Languedoc marble top above four drawers with book end veneers, cross banding, and feather banding to the sides, cast bronze swing handles with floral mounts and decorative shield form escutcheons, the apron with drop, and fluted rounded edges flowing to bracket feet with pierced cast mounts
Height: 91cm Width: 76cm Depth: 41cm

 800-1200

465
A LOUIS XVI STYLE ROSEWOOD DISPLAY CABINET
Circa: 1900
The elegant cabinet with a cavetto moulded pediment and marble top above a glazed cabinet with a mirrored back and glass shelving, a cavetto waist with contrasting banded trims above a single cupboard decorated with veneers in a radiating design, quarter veneer panels to the side, raised on small feet
Height: 166cm Width: 84cm Depth: 41cm

 1500-2500

466
A LOUIS XVI SALON SUITE WITH CANAPÉ AND FOUR FAUTEUILS
Late 19th century
The suite with ornamented giltwood showframes, padded tablet backs above stuffover seats and raised upon fluted tapering legs, upholstered in pink silk plaid
Height: 108cm Width: 140cm Depth: 71cm (sofa)

 1500-2500

467
A HENRI II STYLE WALNUT BUFFET
Late 19th century
The profusely carved cabinet with Renaissance elements, having a decorative crest, long shelf and turned cup and cover supports to a rouge de Languedoc marble shelf above twin drawers and cupboards flanked by pillars, a long open compartment below
Height: 187cm Width: 130cm Depth: 45cm

 500-600

468
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped profile, the top with three hinged quarter veneer reserved panels, the central panel with an internal mirror, the outer panels opening to compartments, with two small drawers and matching faux drawers to the facade and a writing slide, raised on knife edge cabriole legs, with restrained gilt bronze mounts
Height: 75cm Width: 78cm Depth: 45cm Extended height: 114cm

 500-700

469
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930s
The tables with floral inlay to quarter veneer panelled tops, a single drawer and open compartment to one table, three drawers to the other, with shaped aprons and raised on slender cabriole legs
Height: 73cm Width: 41cm Depth: 33cm

 400-500

470
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD GUÉRIDON
Circa: 1930s
Rectangular with a leather topped slide and small drawer to the short end, hipped legs united by an undertier, decorated with quarter veneer bookend veneers, a cast bronze gallery and bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 69cm Length: 43cm Width: 34cm

 350-550

471
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK ÉTAGÈRE
Circa: 1930s
The three tier étagère of narrow profile raised on small whorl feet
Height: 81cm Width: 45cm Depth: 30cm

 140-220

472
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE OAK OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
The rectangular top of serpentine profile with ear form corners, a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 64cm Length: 68cm Width: 52cm

 180-240

473
A LOUIS XV STYLE CHERRYWOOD CHIFFONIÈRE
Circa: 1930s
Of arbalète profile with five drawers, cast foliate bronze pull handles, a shaped apron and short cabriole feet
Height: 103cm Width: 66cm Depth: 38cm

 400-600

474
A RÉGENCE STYLE OVAL OAK COFFEE TABLE
Circa: 1930s
The glass top table above a hole to hole cane surface, a shaped apron with shell ornament and cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 43cm Length: 95cm Width: 52cm

 100-150

475
A SMALL GEORGIAN STYLE FLAME MAHOGANY TABLE WITH DRAWER
Early 20th century
With a timber bead gallery to the top, a single long drawer with oval brass backplates and swing handles, raised on square section tapering legs
Height: 78cm Length: 84cm Width: 47cm

 50-100

476
A NEOCLASSICAL WALNUT DESK CHAIR
Early 20th century
The tub shaped open frame chair with a hole to hole cane seat, burr wood cross banding, and tapering legs with reeded capitals, embellished with gilt bronze rosette, anthemion and palm mounts

Height: 73cm Width: 61cm Depth: 55cm

 300-600

477
A SET OF FOUR ART DECO WALNUT AND BROWN LEATHER BRIDGE CHAIRS
Circa: 1930s
The padded backs with cusped crests, bowed arms and stuffover seats above gently tapering shaped legs
Height: 80cm Width: 57cm Depth: 52cm

 800-1200

478
A FINE VICTORIAN WALNUT DENTAL CABINET
Circa: 1860s, rubbed ivory maker's cartouche
The cabinet with a central arching crest and three quarter gallery surround above a lockable cylinder and a grey marble bench, ten graduated short drawers and a long drawer, the lower section with a conforming marble bench, further drawers and twin arched cupboards flanked by stiles with corbels above a breakfront plinth
Height: 178cm Width: 80cm Depth: 41cm

 2000-3000

479
A PAIR OF ART DECO BIRCHWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1920s
The bedside tables with a distinctive curved profile to one side, with rear gallery, a small drawer with conical chrome knob and tapering open compartments to a platform base
Height: 77cm Width: 35cm Depth: 34cm

 450-650

480
AN ONYX AND GILT BRONZE COFFEE TABLE
Mid 20th century
With Louis XVI influence, the cream and tangerine onyx top above a shallow skirt with formal cast borders and raised on tapering fluted legs
Height: 48cm Length: 95cm Width: 50cm

 100-150

481
AN ART NOUVEAU PINE WARDROBE
Circa: 1900
With a carved and floral inlaid crest with side finials above a pediment with conforming inlay, a mirrored door flanked by long fluted columns above a single inlaid drawer and raised on short turned feet
Height: 225cm Width: 96cm Depth: 50cm

 300-400

482
A SET OF SIX VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK MAHOGANY CHAIRS, PLUS ONE
19th century
The chair with carved mid rails, stuffover seats with velvet upholstery, and raised on baluster legs, the other similar
Height: 92cm Width: 48cm Depth: 52cm

 100-200

483
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY BUREAU
Circa: 1770
In flame mahogany, the fall front opening to a fitted interior with small drawers, pigeon holes and a tooled leather writing surface, with lopers, two short and three long cockbeaded drawers of graduated depth with the original pierced brass batwing bat plates and swing handles, raised on bracket feet
Height: 108cm Width: 93cm Depth: 55cm

 300-500

484
A GEORGIAN MAHOGANY CHEST
Early 19th century
Having a fine patina, with three short drawers and three long drawers of graduated depth, partial cockbeading, original oval backplates with Neoclassical decoration and swing handles, raised on bracket feet
Height: 91cm Width: 122cm Depth: 54cm

 300-500

485
A FRENCH ART DECO BIRCHWOOD BED
Circa: 1920s, with associated rails
Of simple plain low arched form with a straight edged base, the inward curving end board conforming
Height: 114cm Width: 148cm (bed head)

 400-600

486
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE CHERRY WOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Mid 20th century
With three quarter shaped galleries above three drawers of gently bowed profile, the sides conforming, with shaped aprons and cabriole legs
Height: 70cm Width: 42cm Depth: 30cm

 240-350

487
A SMALL VINTAGE MAHOGANY EIGHT DRAWER CABINET
Mid 20th century
With seven shallow drawers and a deeper lower drawer all with central recessed brass handles and raised on a plinth base
Height: 77cm Width: 53cm Depth: 37cm

 100-200

488
AN ANTIQUE CEDAR SIDEBOARD BASE
Late 19th century
With a shaped rear gallery, ogee profile frieze drawer and twin cupboards flanked by corbels, on a raised base with shaped bracket feet
Height: 105cm Width: 122cm Depth: 54cm

 50-100

489
A FINE WILLIAM IV MAHOGANY SECRETAIRE BOOKCASE
Circa: 1820-30s, with key
An extended cornice above glazed doors with bead, anthemion and fleur-de-lis trims, the interior with an arrangement of small drawers, pigeon holes and leather writing surface, the lower cupboards with cusped arch motifs above a breakfront plinth, bold corbel decorations to the upper and lower registers
Height: 228cm Width: 117cm Depth: 62cm

 1000-2000

490
A VICTORIAN ROSEWOOD PIANO STOOL
19th century
The buttoned stuffover stool with a baluster pedestal and carved tripod base with cabriole legs and whorl feet
Height: 50cm

 100-200

491
A FRENCH TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD SIDEBOARD
19th century
The breakfront triple fronted sideboard with a Brèche D'Alep marble top, decorated to the cupboards and sides with striking two tone quarter veneers, ebony and boxwood stringing and trims, the shaped apron with drop and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast ormolu mounts
Height: 107cm Width: 148cm Depth: 52cm

 500-1000

492
A CARVED FRENCH WALNUT DISPLAY CABINET
Later 19th century
The arching cabinet with an extended cornice having a central glaze display cupboard, side cupboards and drawers above an extended base with frieze drawers and cupboards with fielded panels, decorated with carved floral and laurel festoons and pendants
Height: 260cm Width: 170cm Depth: 61cm

 1000-2000

493
A VICTORIAN STYLE TWO DOOR MAHOGANY BOOKCASE
With an extended cornice, cupboards with arching glazed doors above a pair of frieze drawers and lower cupboards, with carved corbel decorations and raised on a plinth base
Height: 229cm Width: 115cm Depth: 50cm

 100-200

494
A SHERATON REVIVAL MAHOGANY APPRENTICE PIECE BOOKCASE
Early 20th century
With a broken triangular pediment with urn finial, twin astragal glazed doors and shelving, above a slide and a four cockbeaded drawers of graduated depth with flame veneers, brass swan neck handles, raised on shaped bracket feet
Height: 141cm Width: 53cm Depth: 28cm

 500-1000

495
A LOUIS XV STYLE CHERRY WOOD BEDSIDE OR OCCASIONAL TABLE
Mid 20th century
With a three quarter gallery, three drawers and curvaceous legs
Height: 72cm Width: 34cm Depth: 26cm

 80-120

496
A SMALL INLAID CHERRY WOOD DESK
Circa: 1900
With Art Nouveau influence having a single drawer and inlaid in mixed timbers to the top with a bird in a rosebush, raised upon turned legs
Height: 73cm Length: 80cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

497
A VICTORIAN MAHOGANY DICKENS DESK
Circa: 1850
A galleried back flanked by two cupboards with fitted compartments, a tooled leather sloping top with internal bird's eye maple drawers and pigeon holes, a three drawer frieze and twin three drawer pedestals with turned handles and plinth bases; provenance: acquired Graeme Brown Antiques Melbourne, 1988 for $6250
Height: 122cm Width: 151cm Depth: 78cm

 1000-2000

498
A LOUIS XV TULIPWOOD STYLE BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: 1930
With a three quarter gallery, a quarter veneer shaped reserve to the top and feather banded reserves to the sides, a single drawer and an open compartment above a shaped apron, raised on slender tapering cabriole legs
Height: 79cm Width: 39cm Depth: 31cm

 120-160

499
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE WALNUT BEDSIDE TABLES
Early 20th century
The pair with deep ochre marble tops above single drawers and marble lined pot cupboards, quarter veneer panelling throughout and raised on curvaceous legs with decorative shell mounts to the hips terminating in whorl feet
Height: 82cm Width: 42cm Depth: 38cm

 400-600

500
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD INLAID BEDSIDE TABLE
Mid 20th century
With a yellow mottled marble top, two floral inlaid drawers to strung book end veneer reserves, a shaped apron and raised on cabriole legs, with gilt bronze cast handles and sabots
Height: 75cm Width: 25cm Depth: 24cm

 120-160

501
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
A yellow and purple marble top of serpentine profile above two drawers with strung quarter veneer panels and floral inlay, having hipped edges flowing to splayed tapering legs, with a shaped apron and drop, bronze foliate handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 84cm Width: 86cm Depth: 44cm

 600-800

502
A HARDWOOD BIJOUTERIE
Early 20th century
The glazed hardwood cabinet with a shaped apron and raised on tall cabriole legs
Height: 92cm Length: 49cm Width: 49cm

 100-200

503
A SET OF FOUR REGENCY MAHOGANY CHAIRS
Circa: 1805
Elegant square frame chairs of pegged construction with spade backs, sides and midrails of ribbed profile, with drop in seats, ribbed seating rails and raised on tapering sabre legs, with gilt bronze egg and dart borders and applied rosettes
Height: 86cm Width: 48cm Depth: 50cm

 300-400

504
THREE GEORGIAN SHERATON STYLE MAHOGANY CHAIRS PLUS CARVER
Circa: 1790
Elegant square framed chairs of pegged construction with ebony and boxwood stringing, spade backs, pierced midrails with curved lattice details, drop in seats and raised on slender turned legs
Height: 85cm Width: 57cm Depth: 51cm (carver)

 300-400

505
A NEOCLASSICAL GEORGIAN MAHOGANY DOUBLE PEDESTAL TABLE
Circa: 1800, with leaf extension
The lyre based table with gadroon and target motifs to platform bases with high hipped swept legs terminating in brass caps and casters
Height: 73cm Width: 165cm Depth: 108cm

 500-800

506
A BLEACHED OAK SQUARE TABLE
20th century
The table with stepped timber stud details to the edges and raised on tapering square section legs with a corrugated feature, the upper legs carved with ribbon and leaf motifs
Height: 73cm Length: 140cm Width: 140cm

 650-850

507
A CAST IRON AND MARBLE CONSOLE
Mid 20th century
The yellow ochre shaped demi-lune top supported on a scrollwork and foliate skirt upon multi stemmed cabriole legs, in blackened metal with gold copper highlights
Height: 87cm Width: 129cm Depth: 44cm

 700-900