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Fine & Decorative Arts

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

Sunday 8 September 2019
Commencing at 12:00 pm

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Item CategoryLot Numbers
 Items of Interest1-37
 Clocks & Bronzes38-115
 Oriental116-161
 Silver162-232
 Glass233-264
 Porcelain265-306
 Paintings307-372
 Carpets373-377
 Mirrors & Lights378-398
 Furniture399-465

001
A TAXIDERMIC SHOULDER MOUNTED ZEBRA (EQUUS QUAGGA)
The specimen slightly inclined to the left and having glass eyes
Length: 85cm Depth: 83cm

 1900-2500

002
TWO ANTIQUE COPPER KETTLES AND A DEEP POT
19th to early 20th century
Two large kettles, one of baluster shape, the other faceted and German made, and a deep cylindrical pot with a rivet joined side, and brass ring handles
Height: 21cm and smaller

 140-200

003
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER FISH POACHING BASIN
19th century
The basin with the original tin liner and lid, strap and rivet joined to the short ends and a heavy gauge wrought iron swing handle
Height: 15cm Length: 72.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 150-300

004
TWO ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES: A CAULDRON AND A BASIN
19th to 20th century
A marmalade cauldron of typical slanted straight-sided form and a distressed semi-circular basin with a roll over rim, both with rivet joined handles
Height: 15cm Diameter: 39.5cm and smaller

 100-150

005
THREE ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES: TWO SKILLETS AND A DISH
19th to 20th century
Two oval twin handled skillets with rivet joined handles and a shallow tarte tatin dish with a single rivet joined ring handle
Height: 5cm Length: 34cm Width: 25.5cm and smaller

 100-150

006
THREE ANTIQUE FRENCH COPPER WARES: TWO DEEP PANS AND A SAUCEPAN
19th to early 20th century
All with distressed tin lining, the straight-sided pans with steel handles, the saucepan with a wrought iron handle
Height: 10cm Diameter: 23.5cm and smaller

 140-200

007
A SET OF FIVE FRENCH ALL COPPER HEAVY GAUGE SAUCEPANS
The non lined nesting set of shallow straight-sided form with cast brass handles
Height: 9cm Diameter: 24.5cm and smaller

 140-200

008
A MATCHING TRIO OF FRENCH COPPER WARES: TWO PANS AND A SAUCEPAN
20th century
A large skillet, an oval skillet and a saucepan, tin lined and with matching brass handles with copper rivets, all stamped Made In France
Height: 4.5cm Diameter: 31cm and smaller

 140-200

009
A SET OF VINTAGE HEAVY GAUGE FRENCH COPPER SAUCEPANS
20th century
By Villedieu, the tin lined nesting set with wrought iron handles and copper rivets
Height: 10cm Diameter: 20.5cm and smaller

 200-300

010
A VINTAGE COPPER THURIBLE
Early 20th century
The shaped hanging incense burner of compressed rounded form terminating in a long drop, with applied brass winged angel heads and a trio of ornamental brass hanging chains, cover absent
Length: 92cm

 50-100

011
A VINTAGE CASED VIOLIN
Early 20th century
The violin made with fiddle back timber, with associated bow and a timber case, with a range of accessories including resin, replacement bridge, strings, as found
Length: 60cm

 200-300

012
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

 300-400

013
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GILT METAL JEWELLERY CASKET AND A VINTAGE SILVER PLATED CIGARETTE BOX
Late 19th century to mid 20th century
A gilt metal box cast as a Louis XVI style cabinet, the original red silk lining to the interior, and; a cigarette box with scrolling floral motifs upon a textured ground, with a kite shaped armorial to the lid; yacht motif mark underside
Height: 12cm Length: 14.5cm Width: 9.5cm and smaller

 80-120

014
AN ART DECO SPELTER AND MARBLE COCKEREL LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A flying cockerel in vibrant gold and peacock green lustrous colours beside a white globular shade and raised on a veined cream marble base
Height: 18.5cm Length: 28.5cm Width: 8cm

 100-150

015
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

016
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

 500-900

017
A DECORATIVE POND YACHT ON STAND
20th century
Replicating a 1930s vintage model, in timber with brass and metal fittings, having calico sails and rope rigging, and a non-weighted keel, supported on a display stand
Height: 90cm Width: 97cm

 100-200

018
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE VICTORIAN GOTHIC BRASS INKWELL
19th century
The large circular pierced tray with an undulating vegetal design, four chimera feet and housing a heavy gauge glass pot of spiral rib design surmounted by a patterned lid with a bird of prey finial
Height: 25cm Length: 27cm Width: 27cm

 500-700

019
AN ANTIQUE ROMAN POTTERY LAMP
4th to 5th century AD, with certification
The petite terracotta lamp of traditional teardrop shape with two apertures and a small handle, relief decoration around the rim; Certificate of Authenticity issued by Max Harris, Director, Antiquities & Ethnographica Society, South Australia, reference PR 022/19 (Catalogue 1 # 12); purchased 1972
Height: 4cm Width: 8cm

 300-400

020
AN ART DECO IRON LAMP WITH A MOULDED SHADE
Circa: 1920s, later shade marked Vianne (France)
With a frosted and moulded bullet style shade supported on a rustic cast iron birdcage stem base with applied ball decorations to a circular base
Height: 39cm

 200-300

021
AN ANTIQUE IVORY VANITY BOX
Withdrawn

 

022
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

023
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

 240-300

024
AN ANTIQUE WOODEN TRUNCHEON WITH LEATHER SCABBARD
19th century
Cylindrical with small hilt and handle, incised with arrow head mark and numbered 85; with original leather scabbard
Length: 51cm

 150-200

025
A WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD TRAVELLING VANITY BOX
1836 London, with maker's mark T.D (unlisted by Grimwade)
The brass trimmed box lined in rich green silk and matching leather comprising a fold down mirror and leather writing slope, nine original pots and jars and a range of accessories including button hook and other small tools, with key; hallmarked to all silver components
Height: 12.5cm Length: 31cm Width: 22.5cm

 1000-2000

026
A FRENCH FUEL LAMP
19th century
The lamp with a porcelain font decorated with the transfer design of a woman in a plumed hat amidst foliage, raised on a shaped cast brass base, with original brass fittings and dials, and having a white dome glass shade and glass chimney
Height: 58cm

 100-200

027
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

028
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

 200-300

029
A FRENCH FUEL LAMP
19th century
The lamp with a shaped porcelain font in autumnal colours raised on a pierced and cast brass base, with original brass fittings and dials, and having a white glass conical shade and glass chimney
Height: 57cm

 100-200

030
A GERMAN INLAID WALNUT SYMPHONION ON STAND, WITH SIX DISKS
Later 19th century
The rectangular case with floral inlay in colours to the lid, the interior featuring a sepia toned lithograph, upon a stand with turned legs and an 'X' form stretcher; with Schutz-marke pierced brass disks each playing a single tune
Total height: 99cm Width: 68cm Depth: 53cm

 1000-1500

031
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

 800-1200

032
A GEORGIAN AUTOMATIC PORTABLE MUSIC BOX
Early 19th century
The crank operated music box in a flame mahogany case, with faux organ pipes, a single pinned wood cylinder playing three tunes, label for Millar & Beatty, House Furnishers, Grafton St Dublin, G 9139, verso
Height: 41.5cm Width: 39cm Depth: 20cm

 1000-1500

033
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

034
A VINTAGE GLASS DOME WITH AN ARRANGEMENT OF FRUIT
20th century
The dome raised on an ebonised base and enclosing a cane basket with an arrangement of fruits and wired fabric leaves in autumnal shades
Height: 43cm Length: 27cm Width: 16cm

 200-300

035
AN ANTIQUE GLASS DOME
Late 19th century
Of slender conical profile and raised on an ebonised base
Height: 39cm Diameter: 17.5cm

 100-150

036
A PAIR OF CELADON GLASS LAMPS WITH SHADES
20th century
The globular shaped lamps with long necks, having brass annular knops and square oriental style canted bases, with conical shades in deep cream gathered fabric
Height: 77cm

 80-120

037
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)

 300-500

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

 140-250

039
A CAST BRONZE ELEPHANT LETTER OPENER
Circa: 1930
Dagger shaped and cast in one piece with a naturalistic elephant head handle bearing an ivorine tusk, decorated with palm leaves, unmarked
Length: 27.5cm

 300-400

040
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE BRASS SCONCES
Mid 20th century
The two light sconces with scrolling arms supported on knotted ropes with tassel ends
Length: 25cm Width: 25cm

 50-60

041
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE GILT BRONZE SCONCES
Circa: 1900
Each of fluted columnar form with husk swags and a draped urn with flame finial, two scrolling vegetal arms supporting dishes and sconces
Length: 43cm Width: 27cm

 160-200

042
A PAIR OF VINTAGE BRONZE FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRA
Circa: 1930s
Of knopped form with three scrolling arms supporting dishes and sconces, decorated with Neoclassical elements
Height: 41cm

 200-250

043
A PAIR OF ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
Circa: 1900
The cast sticks with Art Nouveau influence having a pair of vegetal arms with floral dishes and sconces, to swirling scroll and floral bases
Height: 19.5cm Width: 20cm

 140-250

044
A PAIR OF NAPOLEON III CAST ORMOLU AND MARBLE CANDLESTICKS
Late 19th century
The cast sticks with ornate urn sconces and floriform dishes above similar capitals, tapering black marble stems to pierced and cast triform bases
Height: 26.5

 200-300

045
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE CAST ORMOLU CANDLESTICKS
19th century
With Rococo elements, the sticks with urn form sconces, waisted stems and elaborate shaped and dome bases, with allover shell and vegetal Embellishments
Height: 26cm

 300-400

046
A PAIR OF VINTAGE BRASS CANDLESTICKS
Slender stems with knife edge annular knops, the sconces with removable lobed dishes relief decorated with continuous scenes of crusaders on horseback
Height: 21.5cm

 50-60

047
A PAIR OF CAST LOUIS XV STYLE FOUR LIGHT ORMOLU CANDELABRA
Late 19th century
The rocaille stems decorated with leaves and berries upon pierced scallop shell bases, four leafy upturned arms supporting dishes and leafy sconces
Height: 43cm

 440-650

048
A PAIR OF LOUIS XVI STYLE ORMOLU FOUR LIGHT CANDELABRA
Late 19th century
Urn form and tapered pillar stems with lion heads and husk swags raised on shaped bases and surmounted by bursting pomegranates, each with three double scroll leafy arms supporting sconces and dishes
Height: 54cm

 600-900

049
A PAIR OF FRENCH FIVE LIGHT RENAISSANCE REVIVAL BRASS CANDELABRA
Late 19th century
Highly ornate with a urn form stem issuing scrolling arms supporting dishes and sconces, raised on a pedestal to a shaped and pierced square form base
Height: 46cm

 300-500

050
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE FRENCH BRASS PRICKET STICKS
Late 19th century
The gothic inspired sticks with spiral twist stems, cast dishes with stiff leaf, ribbon and floral motifs, the pierced triform domed base with oak and berry decorations
Height: 53cm

 140-250

051
A VINTAGE MAHOGANY WALL BAROMETER
Early 20th century
The barometer with visible escapement and a thermometer to the stem, housed on a pierced and carved mount
Length: 59.5cm Width: 19.5cm

 40-80

052
A FRENCH PROVINCIAL COMTOISE OR MORBIER WALL CLOCK
Early 19th century, Franche Comté region
The weight driven clock with an enamel dial marked Oulhiade a Figeac with pressed metal surround and surmounted by a bell strike, with a highly decorative pressed metal banjo shaped pendulum, complete with two weights
Length: 140cm

 300-500

053
A NAPOLEON III BLACK MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Later 19th century
The drum head clock with a white enamel dial and Arabic numerals supported by bold volutes upon an extended rectangular base with contrasting verde antico trims, the side tazze raised on plinths and conforming stepped bases; with key and pendulum
Height: 29cm Width: 45.5cm Depth: 13.5cm

 400-600

054
AN ART DECO CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s-30s
Of arching form in vigorously mottled maroon and terracotta marble, the dial with Arabic numerals and embellished to the case with cast bronze roses, the side tazze of conforming design, key and pendulum
Height: 19.5cm Length: 35.5cm Width: 11cm

 300-400

055
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
The rectangular clock with curved upper corners in red veined white marble surmounted by a seated musician figure, the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, with conforming side tazze, key and pendulum
Height: 38cm Length: 32.5cm Width: 10cm

 300-400

056
AN ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
In mottled purple marble, the case of fan shape with applied stylised floral and scroll decorations, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals, with conforming side tazze, key and pendulum
Height: 28.5cm Length: 40.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 300-500

057
A FINE JAEGER-LECOULTRE 'ATMOS' CLOCK
Circa: 1990s, Swiss made, numbered 1295854
The four glass mechanical torsion pendulum clock with chapter ring, visible escapement, annular dial and spirit level, deriving energy from atmospheric and temperature changes eliminating requirement for manual winding, marked to top, dial and underside; in working order
Height: 22cm Width: 18cm Depth: 13.5cm

 1000-2000

058
AN ART DECO MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
In striking yellow marble with black strap trims, the arching breakfront plinth with sloping shoulder buttresses, Arabic numerals and pierced hands to the floral enamel dial, with a pair of conforming side tazze; with key and pendulum
Height: 24.5cm Width: 32.5cm Depth: 10.5cm

 240-350

059
AN ART DECO MARBLE AND SPELTER DOG CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s, marked Louis Genebrias L A Souterraine
In red, veined cream and contrasting caramel marble, the hexagonal clock with a square dial and Arabic numerals, surmounted by the model of a seated Alsatian dog, with conforming rectangular side vases; key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Width: 32cm Depth: 11cm

 180-200

060
A GILT BRONZE LOUIS XV STYLE MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for Japy Frères
The waisted clock cast surmounted by an urn and housing an enamel dial with Roman numerals to individual cartouches, decorated throughout with cast and pierced rocaille forms, and raised upon cabriole legs with whorl feet; with key and pendulum
Height: 46cm Width: 28cm Depth: 13cm

 500-600

061
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

 500-800

062
A ROCOCO REVIVAL ORMOLU MANTLE CLOCK
Later 19th century, with maker's mark of Japy Frères
An eight-day bell strike clock of waisted form with floral pendants and leafy embellishments, a pierced crest and trellis decoration to the lower border above acanthus feet, the enamel dial beneath a domed glass with Roman numerals, Arabic minute marks and pierced hands; key and pendulum
Height: 41cm Width: 25cm Depth: 16cm

 400-800

063
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

 550-650

064
A LOUIS XVI STYLE SPELTER MANTLE CLOCK
19th century, with maker's mark for A.D Mougin
An enamel dial marked Rocquet-Leignel, Lourches, with Roman numerals set within a drum head flanked by male and female figures, a pierced and cast crest with trophies and raised on a shaped flaring base cast with swags and formal motifs, with key and pendulum
Height: 39cm Width: 36cm Depth: 14cm

 300-400

065
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

 550-650

066
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

 340-550

067
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

 350-550

068
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

069
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

070
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

 250-350

071
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

 500-800

072
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

 800-1200

073
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

 340-450

074
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

 700-1100

075
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; with key and pendulum
Height: 70cm Width: 33cm Depth: 24cm

 300-400

076
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

 400-600

077
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

 1300-1600

078
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

079
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

080
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

081
A GILDED SPELTER FIGURAL MANTLE CLOCK IN THE LOUIS XVI MANNER
19th century
With a drum head enclosing an enamel dial with Roman numerals beside a water carrier maiden and raised on a demi-lune onyx base trimmed with cast and pierced Neoclassical elements, with key and pendulum
Height: 37cm Length: 35cm Width: 13cm

 300-400

082
A FRENCH MARBLE CLOCK GARNITURE
Circa: 1920s
A triangular mantle clock with a white veined marble case faced in grey green marble with bead decoration and a cast bronze floral embellishment, the enamel dial with Arabic numerals and enamel festoons, accompanied by shallow cup form tazze on conforming triangular bases, with key and pendulum
Height: 28cm Width: 31cm Depth: 11.5cm

 300-400

083
AN EXOTIC 'GERDAGO' BRONZE & IVORY DANCER (GERDA IRO 1906-2004)
1930s, Vienna, Arthur Rubinstein foundry, signed Gerdago
An animated stylised dancing figure wearing a handkerchief point blue dress with cape and a feather pointed hat, cold painted with brightly coloured flowers and gold colours, on an elliptical green onyx base with etched signature
Height: 31.5cm

 4000-8000

084
AN ART DECO BRONZE DANCING FIGURE AFTER PIERRE LAUREL
The cold painted figure of the Rose Dancer in patinated green colours raised on a tiered brown onyx demi-lune base, unsigned but numbered 45
Height: 26.5cm

 900-1200

085
AN ART NOUVEAU BACCHANALIAN BRONZE FIGURE
Circa: 1900, unsigned but attributed to Eugène Piron
A male reveller with a grape vine girdle and a similar wreath to his head, dancing and clashing cymbals, unsigned and raised on a stepped octagonal green marble base
Height: 34cm

 800-1200

086
A PAIR OF ART DECO ELEPHANT SPELTER BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1930
Jovial elephants with front legs raised, in lustrous colours upon black marble bases
Height: 10cm Length: 11cm Width: 8cm

 80-120

087
AN ART NOUVEAU BRONZE INKWELL
Circa: 1900, unmarked
A fine richly patinated piece depicting a mermaid seated upon a lily pad her back against a lidded nymphaea bud serving as the ink pot
Height: 8cm Length: 16.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 500-700

088
A FRENCH SPELTER AGRICULTURAL 'PRIX D'HONNEUR' TROPHY
1896
The model of a bull in bronze colours with a teasing dog upon a timber base, bearing an inscribed plaque
Height: 21.5cm Length: 33cm Width: 16cm

 200-400

089
AN EGYPTIAN THEMED BRONZE ART DECO TABLE LAMP
Circa: 1920s-30s
The striking figure of a nude male figure in gold colours with head dress and holding aloft a moulded glass shade and raised upon a trapezoid shaped marble base
Height: 39cm

 950-1250

090
A SIGNED ART DECO BRONZE FIGURE OF A GIRL WITH A HOOP
Circa: 1920s-30s
The model of a young girl in pantaloons playing with her hoop, incised mark of F. Paris to base, with foundry mark and design number A 7685, raised on a portoro marble plinth
Height: 26.5cm

 650-850

091
AN ART DECO SPELTER ALSATIAN GROUP
Circa: 1930
One standing and one recumbent dog in deep bronze colours and raised on a mottled taupe marble base
Height: 18.5cm Length: 49cm Width: 12cm

 100-120

092
AN ANTIQUE SPELTER FEMALE FIGURE, 'PÊCHE'
Late 19th to early 20th century
A rustic figure in cold painted muted tones carrying a fishing net and her catch in a basket, upon a waisted circular base, with title plaque
Height: 56cm

 150-250

093
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

 300-400

094
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER
Circa: 1930
A stylised recumbent deer mounted on a two tone marble base
Height: 21cm Length: 35.5cm Width: 12cm

 80-120

095
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

096
A PAIR OF ART DECO BIRD OF PREY SPELTER BOOK ENDS
Circa: 1930
Dramatically cast as spread winged eagles in verdigris colours upon black marble bases
Height: 18cm Length: 14cm Width: 10cm

 140-200

097
A SPELTER FIGURE 'PREMIER SECRET' BY FRANCOIS MOREAU
Late 19th to early 20th century
A rustic maiden attended by a cupid and supported by a floral decorated tree trunk, in cold painted bronze toned colours, incised mark of Francois Moreau to model and title plaque, raised on a waisted timber base
Height: 44cm

 100-200

098
A SPELTER FIGURE 'ROSÉE' BY A. RUCHOT
Late 19th to early 20th century
A Classical maiden carrying an amphora upon a flower decorated base, in cold painted bronze toned colours, incised mark of A. Ruchot to model and title plaque, raised on a waisted timber base
Height: 40.5cm

 50-100

099
A SIGNED ART DECO BRONZE DANCING GIRL
The figure of a young girl holding out her ballet skirt, raised on a mottled green marble plinth, with incised mark of F. Paris to base and foundry stamp
Height: 32cm

 600-900

100
AN EXOTIC 'GERDAGO' BRONZE & IVORY DANCER (GERDA IRO 1906-2004)
1930s, Vienna, Arthur Rubinstein foundry monogram, signed Gerdago, Austria
A futuristic dancing figure of elongated stylised form wearing a billowing gown with pointed collar and tall hat, tube lined and cold painted in swirling blue, green and white colours upon a gold ground, impressed marks to hem, raised on an oval green onyx base
Height: 36.5cm

 5000-10000

101
AN ART DECO COLD PAINTED FIGURAL GROUP BY LIMOUSIN
Circa: 1920s
The seated figure of a woman in a draped black and gold decorated gown gesturing towards a pair of sparring cockerels; incised mark of Limousin to the rear of the gown, raised on a long black marble plinth
Height: 31.5cm Width: 74.5cm Depth: 18cm

 600-900

102
A CAST BRONZE MODEL OF A GREYHOUND
An elegant, dignified hound in deep brown colours seated upon a shaped and faceted base with floral ornamentation
Height: 74cm

 200-400

103
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

 1100-1500

104
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

105
AN ART DECO SPELTER FIGURE OF AN ARCHER BY SALVATORE MELANI (1902-1934)
Circa: 1925
A dramatically posed male figure in a loin cloth with arm outstretched and bow raised, in cold painted verdigris colours upon a shaped marble base with onyx trims, incised signature of S. Melani lower right
Height: 47cm Length: 60cm Width: 20.5cm

 800-1200

106
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

107
A SPELTER DOG GROUP
Circa: 1920s-30s
A pair of matching recumbent dogs posed on an orange veined marble base faced with green onyx and black marble tiles
Height: 14cm Length: 41.5cm Width: 12.5cm

 140-200

108
A SPELTER MODEL OF AN ALSATIAN
Circa: 1920s-30s
Naturalistically modelled as an alert recumbent dog on a mottled oyster grey marble base
Height: 20cm Length: 34.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 140-200

109
A SPELTER MODEL OF A DOG
Circa: 1920s-30s
The cold painted model of a flexed and alert dog with its forelegs positioned on a rock, with a portoro marble sphere and raised upon a black marble ellipse shaped base
Height: 27cm Length: 50cm Width: 15cm

 200-300

110
AN ART DECO SPELTER DEER FIGURAL GROUP
Circa: 1920s, signed Leduc
Comprising a recumbent and a standing deer flanking a fawn, in chocolate bronze colours upon a mid grey marble base, incised signature to the short end
Height: 29cm Length: 65cm Width: 16cm

 200-300

111
AN ART DECO SPELTER MODEL OF A SUNBATHING WOMAN
Circa: 1920s-30s
A modish cold painted figure of a seated woman in her swimsuit, holding a rose decorated parasol and accompanied by two dogs, raised on a veined black marble base
Height: 23cm Length: 65cm Width: 14cm

 340-450

112
AN ART DECO SPELTER DOG GROUP
Circa: 1920s
Two realistically modelled Alsatian dogs in deep bronze tones, one seated, the other recumbent and mounted on an onyx and marble base faced with contrasting brown and green onyx panels
Height: 35cm Length: 63cm Width: 11cm

 200-300

113
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

114
A LARGE SCALE ART DECO SPELTER ALSATIAN DOG FIGURE
Circa: 1930
The recumbent alert dog in gold bronze colours upon a monumental two tone marble base
Height: 34cm Length: 65cm Width: 20cm

 300-500

115
AN EXOTIC 'GERDAGO' BRONZE & IVORY DANCER (GERDA IRO 1906-2004)
1930s, Vienna, Arthur Rubinstein foundry monogram, signed Gerdago, Austria
A dramatically poised stylised dancing figure wearing a winged and flaring cat suit with a cloche cape, cold painted in red, blue, gold and black colours, impressed marks to socle, raised on a large green onyx hollowed dish
Height: 25cm

 1000-1500

116
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

 400-500

117
A PAIR OF ORIENTAL BRONZE VASES
Late 19th century
The tall vases with baluster bodies and conical necks, decorated with shaped panels of birds in relief, lappets to the neck and fantastic creature handles
Height: 47cm

 250-350

118
A CHINESE CLOISONNÉ VASE
Qing Dynasty, late 19th century
A drum and carinate shaped body with a broad waisted rim, fantastic creature twin handles, profusely decorated throughout formal arrangements of auspicious flora, stiff leaf borders and lappets to the foot
Height: 36cm

 250-350

119
A PAIR OF LARGE CHINESE FAMILLE ROSE VASES
Circa: 1970s
Baluster vases with waisted necks and broad rims, decorated with writhing dragons in various colours amidst a profusion of flora upon a brightly gilded ground; apocryphal double bordered Qianlong seal marks underside
Height: 45cm

 250-350

120
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

 300-500

121
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

 650-800

122
A MULTI COLOURED PEKING GLASS STYLE BOWL
The rounded bowl of slightly distended compressed form, with figures, flying phoenix, auspicious foliage and architectural elements in aubergine, green, red, aqua and opaque yellow colours upon a frothy clear glass diaper ground; engraved seal mark to cartouche underside
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 17cm

 200-300

123
A VINTAGE ORIENTAL BONE DAOIST SHRINE
Shaped as a hipped roof pavilion, the oval shrine with two carved doors and side decorations raised on a stepped base to a timber plinth, the doors opening to reveal an altar, guanyin and various ceremonial objects, engraved lotus decoration to the body
Height: 20cm

 400-500

124
A JADE AND GILT BIRD SHAPED BURIAL URN
Carved as a fantastic bird vessel with a smaller bird serving as the lid covering a small hollowed space, in mid green jade embellished with remnant gilt; accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from Mario Cordedda Fine Antiques Melbourne
Height: 20cm Width: 20cm

 1800-2500

125
AN ANTIQUE PORCELAIN PILLOW
Qing Dynasty, probably 19th century
The traditionally shaped and moulded pillow with curved neck rest and extended ends, freely decorated with flora and peaches in underglaze blue, light green and maroon colours
Height: 12cm Length: 24.5cm Width: 10.5cm

 300-400

126
A PAIR OF KYOTO SATSUMA VASES
Late Meiji period, circa: 1900
Baluster vases with carinate collars and broad necks, decorated with large figural panels and patterned borders in a typical pale palette upon a cream ground, with moriage decorations and bright gilding, unmarked
Height: 24.5cm

 150-250

127
A CARVED CINNABAR POT AND COVER
The ovoid lacquered pot with a blue enamel interior, twin high set handles and domed lid with lotus bud finial (small loss), carved with figures, symbolic flora and pavilions in sublime landscape settings, a carved floral and lingzhi fungus border to the collar, lotus petal lappets to the base
Height: 13cm

 400-600

128
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

129
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

 300-500

130
A PALE CELADON JADE PEANUT SHAPED BRUSH WASH
The half peanut shell formed as two miniature brush wash bowls, a lingzhi fungus embellishment with foliage to one end
Length: 7.5cm Width: 4cm

 300-400

131
A SMALL CARVED JADE PLAQUE
In pale mottled jade flecked with deeper green veins, depicting flying bats and a lingzhi fungus head to one face, a chilong with lingzhi fungus to the other
Length: 7.5cm Width: 4.5cm

 200-300

132
A BRONZE CENSER BOWL
In deep olive colours with a distinctive light black stipple to the broad neck and integral handles, raised three conical feet; bearing apocryphal Xuande marks to cartouche underside
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 500-700

133
THREE JADE ITEMS: A SMALL BEAKER, SEAL, AND A PENDANT
A small two handled beaker with twin fantastic creature handles; a mottled brown jade square form seal relief decorated with a heron standing on a lion; a shaped triangular pendant in pale to near black colours, engraved in the archaistic manner
Height: 4.5cm and smaller

 100-150

134
AN ANTIQUE JADE AND ENAMEL STICK PIN
Qing Dynasty
The triangular pierced and carved jade ornament featuring a bird within foliage attached to a silver, blue and turquoise enamel collar with a long silver stick
Length: 17cm

 300-400

135
A BLUE AND WHITE CRACKLEWARE COVERED JAR WITH STERLING SILVER MOUNTS
The jar and domed lid freely decorated with underglaze dragons amidst flowers and clouds, sterling silver rims and foot plate, and a silver capped knop; stamped .925 underside
Height: 13.5cm Diameter: 10cm

 80-120

136
A PIGEON BLOOD TYPE SEAL
The plinth style seal with a flat domed top, lightly flecked with beige colours, engraved script to one face, seal script with remnant ink to the base
Length: 15cm

 200-400

137
A SIGNED JAPANESE IVORY WALKING CANE HANDLE
Meiji period 1868-1912, signed Gyokuzan
The rounded handle carved as a cluster of twenty individual theatrical Noh masks, two character signature to neck
Length: 4cm

 200-300

138
AN ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY OKIMONO OF A MAN FRIGHTENED BY A PRAYING MANTIS
Meiji period, 1868-1912
An amusing study of a seated farm worker gesticulating and yelling at the sight of a giant praying mantis climbing up his leg, with light engraving and brown ink, signed to cartouche underside
Height: 7.5cm Width: 8cm

 500-700

139
A QIANLONG PERIOD PORCELAIN EXPORT WARE TEA CADDY
18th century
The famille rose caddy of typical square section form with sloping shoulders, decorated with an enamel floral spray to both faces and delicate border decorations, without lid, unmarked
Height: 12.5cm

 200-300

140
TWO ANTIQUE CHINESE SILVER BOWLS
Late Qing Dynasty
Each with eight pronounced lobes and raised on four scroll feet with leafy mounts, decorated with light line engraving to the interiors depicting figures in landscape settings with pavilions, four cartouches with script underside
Silver weight: 841gr
Height: 6.5cm Diameter: 28cm

 500-800

141
A SHOUSHAN STONE CARVED MOUNTAIN
Utilising the natural contours and amber russet hues of the stone, carved in relief and depicting figures and a walled village in a rocky landscape, with a fitted rosewood stand
Height: 8cm

 150-200

142
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

 100-250

143
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

 380-600

144
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

 300-600

145
AN IMARI COVERED VASE
Meiji period, 1868-1912
A ribbed baluster vase with dome cover and dog of fo finial, decorated with reserves of flora, birds and formal shapes in a typical iron red, cobalt, apricot and gilt palette with the occasional purple accent
Height: 30.5cm

 100-150

146
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

 80-150

147
AN ELABORATELY CARVED WHITE OPAL SNUFF BOTTLE
Intricately pierced and carved in the round as a stylised tree dotted with luminous flowers and populated with various symbols including peaches, a deer and herons
Height: 11.5cm

 500-700

148
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

 140-250

149
A COLOURED SHOUSHAN STONE LUOHAN FIGURE
The smiling luohan seated amidst rockwork, decorated with a mustard coloured vestment and a russet cape, the lower dress in teal colours
Height: 11cm Width: 10cm

 300-400

150
A VINTAGE FAMILLE VERTE BOWL SHAPED BRUSH WASH
20th century
The petite bowl depicting a dragon and phoenix chasing a flaming pearl amidst flame and ruyi clouds; six character underglaze mark underside
Height: 4cm Diameter: 7.5cm

 200-300

151
A SMALL POLYCHROME PORCELAIN BRUSH WASH DISH
20th century
Circular with an inverted roll rim and decorated with the figure of a contemplative woman playing a guqin (zither) seated upon rockwork beneath a gnarled pine tree
Diameter: 12cm

 200-300

152
AN ANTIQUE SIGNED IVORY OKIMONO OF A MAN WITH A MONKEY
Meiji period, 1868-1912
The elderly traveller or pedlar figure with a monkey clambering up his right arm, a double gourd to his waist and a range of items including a small temple and a tied sack at his feet, upon a naturalistic base; two character signature underside
Height: 22cm

 800-1000

153
A YIXING TYPE TEAPOT
The umber coloured compressed round pot with a small spout and tubular handle incised with a spray of wild grass and flora to one face with script, bold characters with script to the other; impressed seal mark cartouche underside
Height: 9.5cm Width: 16cm

 150-250

154
A YIXING TYPE TEAPOT
The russet teapot of compressed pear shape with applied sprigged decoration in paler hues depicting village and landscape scenes, the lid with an ornamented border; seal script characters to oval cartouche underside
Height: 6cm Width: 10.5cm

 400-600

155
A SOAPSTONE MYTHICAL CREATURE FIGURAL GROUP
In mottled celadon colours and depicting a stylised roaring bixie figure with a smaller bixie upon its back
Height: 23cm Width: 29cm

 200-300

156
A CARVED BOXWOOD ORNAMENT
Pierced and carved with a range of auspicious symbols including bats, peaches, and Buddha's hand citrons amidst swirling clouds
Height: 27.5cm

 100-200

157
A PAIR OF JAPANESE VASES AND AN EDWARDIAN VASE
Early 20th century; 1912
Large deep blue baluster vases with twin handles, decorated with bold flowers , one in relief, in polychrome colours and embellished with moriage enamels, character marks underside; a large flask shaped vase with ornate handles with pheasant decoration, registration mark in relief underside
Heights: 48.5cm and 46cm

 100-150

158
A POLYCHROME PORCELAIN PLAQUE
Depicting two male figures engaged in a narrative in a landscape setting, with script, and housed in a pierced and carved wooden frame
Height: 51.5cm Width: 40cm

 800-1000

159
A LARGE SOAPSTONE CARVING WITH STAND
A naturalistic boulder in rouge and amber colours, well carved in high relief with six figures in a sublime landscape setting with mountains, river, and auspicious pine and bamboo foliage, with a decorative wooded stand
Height: 23cm Length: 27cm Width: 13cm

 800-1000

160
A LARGE PAIR OF TERRACOTTA DOGS OF FO ORNAMENTS
Glazed in deep black brown colours replicating bronze, the roaring male and female pair both balancing upon pierced balls, the female dog with a pup beneath its front paw
Height: 35cm

 200-300

161
AN ORNAMENTED EBONISED KOREAN CABINET
With three short drawers above a pair of cupboards, four lower cupboards above a pulvinated apron with curvaceous feet, profusely embellished throughout with engraved and shaped brass hinges, a bold traditional circular lock plate, bat backplates with swing handles and other brass hardware
Height: 107cm Width: 140cm Depth: 47cm

 200-400

162
A VICTORIAN SILVER PLATE EAR TRUMPET
Later 19th century, with markings for F.C Rein & Son 'Patentees, Sole Inventors and only makers', 30 Charing Cross Road, London
The dome shape hearing aid with swan neck and decorative grille, engraved throughout with foliate motifs, engraved to rim with maker's particulars
Height: 13.5cm

 500-800

163
A CASED VICTORIAN FIVE PIECE DEER ANTLER STEEL BLADE CARVING SET
1899 Sheffield, with maker's mark for probably John Batt; steel blades by Cunninghams
The set of two knives, two forks with working guards and a sharpening steel, the sterling silver ferrules and terminals with borders of Neoclassical vegetal decoration, rope twists and gadroons; hallmarked
Length: 42cm and smaller

 600-800

164
A GEORGE II/III STERLING SILVER CAKE BASKET
1760 London, with maker's mark for Elizabeth Godfrey
A fine wire work basket with a basket weave base, rustic style trellis woven with fruiting grapevines and having a crab stock swing handle; hallmarked to foot rim and handle
Silver weight: 662gr
Height: 9cm Length: 31cm Width: 24cm

 3500-4500

165
A WMF SILVER PLATED CAST AND EMBOSSED ROCOCO STYLE SHELL DISH
Late 19th century, Germany
The scallop shell dish raised on four cast feet, with a pierced and cast handle in the form of a cupid playing a lute; mark to rear foot
Height: 14cm Width: 19cm Depth: 20cm

 200-300

166
A LARGE VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK
1855 Sheffield, with maker's mark for Henry Wilkinson & Co
A shaped arching toast rack with strapwork partitions and provision for six slices, a trefoil shaped handle, the rectangular base with canted corners and ball feet; hallmarked to short end
Silver weight: 390gr
Height: 17cm Length: 17cm Width: 11cm

 900-1200

167
A CASED SET OF FOUR VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER SALTS AND SPOONS
1898/99 Sheffield and Birmingham, with maker's marks for Henry Atkin to salts and maker's marks for Henry Matthews
Rectangular gilt washed salts of embossed form with flattened scroll edged rims and floral motifs to the body, raised on ball and claw feet; complementary spoons; hallmarked to all items
Silver weight: 224gr Height: 3cm Length: 8cm Width: 6.5cm

 550-650

168
A STERLING SILVER REPLICA ROMAN BOWL AND SPOON COMMEMORATING THE 2000 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF THE BIRTH OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE
1971 Sheffield, maker's mark for Historical Heirlooms Ltd, numbered 604/1500
A replica of the original Roman bowl in the British Museum, cased, with four associated documents including a facsimile letter from the Vatican acknowledging receipt of No. 1 of the limited series; hallmarked
Silver weight: 211gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 11cm (bowl)

 400-600

169
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)

 400-650

170
A WMF SILVER PLATED GLASS LINED BOWL
Early 20th century, Germany
The Secessionist style bowl with Egyptian revival influences of pierced boat shape, with elongated bifurcated handles, pierced decoration to the sides and papyrus style capitals flowing to pointed feet, with the original glass liner; mark to foot
Height: 15.5cm Length: 42cm Width: 17.5cm

 300-400

171
A WMF SILVER PLATED CAST AND EMBOSSED ROCOCO STYLE BOWL
Late 19th century, Germany
The kite shaped shell embellished bowl with winged espagnolette handles and raised on four shaped cabriole feet, gilt washed to the interior, marked WMF to underside of handle
Height: 10cm Length: 20cm Width: 10cm

 200-300

172
A PAIR OF STERLING SILVER CHERUB PIN TRAYS
1898 London, with maker's mark for William Comyns & Sons
The four lobed dishes with crimped edges and embossed with Sir Joshua Reynolds winged angels and trailing foliage; hallmarked to short ends
Silver weight: 74gr
Length: 12.5cm Width: 8cm

 100-120

173
WithdrawnA 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

 70-120

174
A LATE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER PEDESTAL WINE JUG
1828 London, with maker's mark for Charles Price
Of lobed pear shape form, repousse and chased with acanthus and stiff leaf decorations, the scrolling handle with applied leafy forms and finely embellished mounts, gilt washed to the interior; hallmarked to mid body
Silver weight: 976gr
Height: 28cm

 2600-3000

175
A PAIR OF MEXICAN STERLING SILVER DOLPHIN CANDLESTICKS
Mid 20th century, mark of A. Torres Vega
In solid silver, with slender ribbed sconces to plain dishes supported on serpentine cast dolphins and stepped circular bases with rope twist decoration, stamped marks underside
Silver weight: 528gr
Height: 14.5cm

 140-180

176
A STERLING SILVER ART NOUVEAU SUGAR BOWL
1905 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Harry Hayes
The sugar bowl of compressed and waisted form embossed with bold free flowing ribbons to the body, with twin bracket thread edged handles, hallmarked to the waisted collar
Silver weight: 151gr
Height: 9.5cm Width: 15cm

 100-200

177
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER MOUNTED CLARET JUG
1868 London, with maker's mark for George Fox
Of plain globular form with starburst base, the cast spout and collar of naturalistic leafy form and having a crabstock handle, hallmarked to collar and to original pierced stopper
Height: 25cm

 2200-2700

178
AN EDWARDIAN 'CROWN PERFUMERY' STERLING SILVER CASED SCENT BOTTLE
1904 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Henry Matthews
The tapering lay down scent bottle in green glass with paper labels to the body and neck for the Crown Perfumery company, overlaid with an embossed pierced Rococo silver sheath; hallmarked to border
Length: 22cm

 150-250

179
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER PEPPER POTS
Probably 1803 London, with rubbed maker's marks
The pedestal urn shaped pots with gadroons to the tapering bodies, with stepped dome lids, raised on waisted socles and square bases, hallmarked to foot, standard also to lid interiors
Silver weight: 177gr
Height: 10.5cm

 250-350

180
A PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER BERRY SPOONS
1882 Birmingham, with maker's marks for Frederick Elkington
The fiddle pattern spoons with bright cut floral engraving to the terminals, the gilt washed bowls of lobed form with embossed and chased fruit motifs; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 148gr
Length: 21cm

 120-180

181
A PAIR OF GEORGE III STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1813 London, with maker's marks for Thomas Death or Thomas Dicks
Old English pattern spoons, engraved with the letter 'H' to terminals, hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 248gr
Length: 29.5cm

 450-550

182
A REGENCY ARMORIAL STERLING SILVER COFFEE POT ON STAND
1806 London, with maker's marks for Paul Storr
The pot of compressed carinate form with finely worked formal borders, an anthemion motif to the pouring spout and a twin snake mount to the fruitwood handle, the tripod based stand raised on lion's paw feet supporting an urn shaped burner; hallmarked to stand rim, pot base, lid
Total weight: 1700gr Height: 27cm

 15000-18000

183
A USSR SILVER GILT AND NIELLO SWING HANDLED BON BON DISH
Post 1958, with hammer and sickle mark and .925 standard, other
The small dish with a finely worked border and swing handle decorated with folk like bird and floral imagery, hallmarked to foot ring
Total weight: 155gr
Height: 11.5cm Diameter: 10cm

 120-180

184
A STERLING SILVER TANKARD
1876 Exeter, with maker's mark for Josiah Williams & Co
The tapering straight sided tankard with a hollow 'C' scroll handle, finely bright cut throughout in the gothic revival manner; hallmarked below rim
Silver weight: 280gr
Height: 12.5cm

 400-600

185
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

 200-400

186
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

 1600-3000

187
A PAIR OF LATE GEORGIAN FLORAL STERLING SILVER SUGAR NIPS
1835 London, with maker's mark for Paul Storr
The scissor form nips crafted as floral and insect encrusted twigs; hallmarked twice to the oak leaf shaped bowls
Silver weight: 61gr
Length: 15cm

 1500-1800

188
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER DISH CROSS
1799 London, with maker's mark for Hannah Northcote or Henry Nutting
The thread edged dish cross with star forms to each terminal and stepped canted feet; hallmarked underside, to two arms and each movable component
Silver weight: 528gr
Length: 32cm Width: 32cm

 1500-1800

189
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER HELMET JUG
Circa: 1795, no date letter or city mark, maker's mark JH
Of elegant plain form with a high set threaded handle, a simple embossed motif to the rim and a delicately bright cut vacant cartouche, the slender pedestal and socle raised on a square base, partial hallmarks to foot
Silver weight: 94gr
Height: 14cm

 200-300

190
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER TEAPOT
1886 London, with maker's mark for Rosenthal, Jacob & Co
Of compressed carinate form with a small straight spout and swing handle, profusely embossed and chased throughout with vegetal forms and a single mask, engraved 'Ethel' to an oval cartouche, hallmarked underside
Total weight: 250gr
Height: 7cm Diameter: 14.5cm

 200-300

191
AN ANTIQUE INDIAN SILVER BOWL IN THE LUCKNOW MANNER
Late 19th century
The repousse bowl with a wavy rim and decorated throughout with jungle scenes populated with native animals, raised on three fish head feet, typically unmarked
Silver weight: 100gr
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 10cm

 80-100

192
A STERLING SILVER MAGDALEN COLLEGE FIRST TORPID TROPHY CUP
1913 Chester, with maker's mark for George Nathan & Ridley Hayes
The waisted ovoid body with twin circular handles, with presentation inscription to the 1914 rowing team; bright cut college crest to the reverse; hallmarked underside, retailed through Walford & Spokes, Oxford
Silver weight: 391gr
Height: 10cm

 400-600

193
A CASED PAIR OF VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER GILT DESSERT SPOONS
1893 London, with maker's marks for William Hutton & Sons (Edward Hutton)
The pear shaped bowls with cast Neoclassical snake twist stems, formal scrolls and cherubs, and apostle terminals; hallmarked underside to the bowls
Silver weight: 144gr
Length: 20cm

 300-400

194
A VICTORIAN AESTHETIC MOVEMENT STERLING SILVER SCENT BOTTLE
1882 London, with maker's mark for Sampson Mordan II
Cylindrical with a hinged lid and enclosing a fitted glass vial with the original stopper, engraved to the body with oriental foliage, bird and insect life, including an owl; hallmarked to base and interior of lid
Total weight: 47gr
Height: 5.5cm

 320-400

195
WithdrawnA 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

 80-120

196
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

 280-380

197
WithdrawnTHREE 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

 100-150

198
WithdrawnTWO 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

 150-200

199
WithdrawnAN 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

 100-150

200
WithdrawnTWO 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

 150-200

201
WithdrawnTHREE 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

 100-120

202
WithdrawnFOUR 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

 140-200

203
WithdrawnTHREE 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

 100-120

204
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

 300-400

205
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CIGAR CASE
1875 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Taylor & Perry
Finely engine turned and bright cut with scrolling vegetal forms enclosing a scene of a gentleman with two retrievers to one face, and an inscription to a cartouche verso; crisply hallmarked to the rim
Silver weight: 81gr
Length: 12cm Width: 6cm

 80-120

206
A STERLING SILVER AND MOTHER-OF-PEARL CARD CASE
Circa: 1860s Birmingham, with maker's mark for probably Henry Griffiths
The mother-of-pearl tiled case with two bright cut silver panels, one depicting a cartouche of the Scots Memorial in Edinburgh against a plaid ground, the other also with a plaid design with an unmarked ornamented cartouche; partial hallmarks to plaques, date letter apparently absent
Length: 10.5cm Width: 7.5cm

 300-500

207
A STERLING SILVER LEATHER LINED PLAYING CARD BOX
1899 London, with maker's mark, W.F.W for Wright & Davies
Of plain form, with 'Patience' in relief to the piano hinged lid, initialled to lower right, leather lined, leather base with plaster fill, includes vintage set of miniature playing cards; hallmarked to lid and base at short side;
Total weight: 232gr (without cards)
Height: 4.5cm Length: 8cm Width: 6cm

 60-80

208
A VICTORIAN FOUR PIECE STERLING SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE
1897 London, with maker's mark for Charles Stuart Harris
The Regency style setting comprising tea and coffee pots, a sugar bowl and creamer, of compressed plain form with gadroons, formal shell and acanthus mounts and decorations, the creamer and bowl gilt washed to the interiors; crisply hallmarked to all; retailed through William Drummond & Co.
Total weight: 2153gr Height: 20.5cm and smaller

 3500-4500

209
A GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER CARD SALVER
1776 London, with maker's mark for Robert Makepeace & Richard Carter
The fine bead edged salver bright cut to the tray with scrolling acanthus and floral forms, raised on four ball and claw feet, crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 230gr
Height: 2.5cm Diameter: 15.5cm

 350-450

210
A PAIR OF SILVER PLATED SAUCE BOATS
Circa: 1915, with maker's marks for Hardy Bros
Of traditional broad boat shaped design, with double scroll handles and each raised on three hoof feet with leafy mounts, armorial to sides
Height: 7cm Width: 16cm

 200-300

211
A VICTORIAN SILVER GILT SUGAR CASTER IN THE GEORGE II STYLE
1889 London, with maker's mark for Lambert & Co
A pear shaped pillar caster with a threaded rim and central girdle, the removable lid with a finely decorated pierced grille and a stepped finial, raised on a small waisted base, hallmarked to body and rim, engraved retailer's mark underside
Silver weight: 160gr
Height: 16.5cm

 120-140

212
A STERLING SILVER TOAST RACK
1898 London, with maker's mark for William Hutton & Sons
Heavy gauge with four partitions, a central handle and raised on four waisted feet; hallmarked to lower edge
Silver weight: 134gr
Height: 10.5cm Length: 9cm

 80-120

213
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER NEOCLASSICAL PEDESTAL COFFEE POT
1797 London, with maker's mark for probably John Robins
A shield shape moulded pot with a waisted hinged lid with dome and finial, a curvaceous spout, fruitwood handle with thumb spur, and raised on a base of conforming profile, with delicate bright cut border decoration throughout and séjant-rampant lion armorial; crisply hallmarked underside, and to lid
Total weight: 864gr
Height: 30.5cm

 1800-2200

214
A PAIR OF GEORGE II STERLING SILVER BASTING SPOONS
1757 London, with maker's marks for I.T, probably John Tookey
Heavy gauge Onslow pattern spoons, contemporary engraved initials E.B to the terminals underside, hallmarked to the pinched stems
Silver weight: 216gr
Length: 30.5cm

 2800-3200

215
Withdrawn 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

 150-200

216
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

 180-220

217
A CAST STERLING SILVER FIST AND CLUB PAPERWEIGHT
20th century, marked 925S, apparently a cursive 'f' to cartouche, additional but indistinct letters; X ray testing shows some silver standard variations
The sculptural tactile piece depicting a male fist holding a timber club, possibly weighted; hallmarks and additional marks underside
Total weight: 667gr Height: 11cm

 300-500

218
A FINE SET OF TWELVE GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER TABLE SPOONS
1809 and 1811 London with makers marks for Eley, Fern & Chawner (eight), and; F? over WB (four)
Old English spoons, engraved with initial 'B' to the terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 820gr
Length: 21cm

 600-800

219
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

 250-350

220
A HANAU SILVER BIRD POUNCE POT
Early 20th century, with a range of pseudo marks including French style antique poinçons marks, Dutch type lion and key marks, others
A songbird pot with engraved feather details with removable head revealing grille; hallmarked to collar
Silver weight: 135gr Height: 10.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 300-500

221
AN IRISH STERLING SILVER GRAVY BOAT
1824 Dublin, with maker's mark for William Nolan
The compressed boat with gadroons, an applied shell and scroll rim, a pierced threaded handle and square section spout, raised on paw feet; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 289gr
Height: 9.5cm Width: 19cm

 500-700

222
A FINE SET OF TWELVE SCOTTISH GEORGIAN STERLING SILVER SPOONS
1793 Edinburgh, with maker's marks for W. Robertson
The set of twelve Celtic point tablespoons with engraved initials, A.M, to the terminals; crisply hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 810gr
Length: 22.5cm

 1900-2200

223
A FINE SET OF SIX GARY BRADLEY ARTISAN STERLING SILVER AND COPPER GOBLETS, A MATCHING SUGAR BOWL AND AMETHYST SET SPOON
Circa: 1980: provenance: acquired from the artist, thence by descent
Beautifully hammered silver bowls upon cast copper bases modelled with female anatomical forms, the matching sugar bowl in solid silver with a fig shaped spoon set with an amethyst cabochon; hallmarked to all elements
Total weight: 1993gr
Height: 9cm (goblets)

 6000-9000

224
A GEORGE III SOUP LADLE
1799 London, with partial maker's mark '...A'
An Old English ladle with a rounded bowl, contemporary engraved initials to the terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 150gr
Length: 32cm

 350-450

225
A GEORGE III SOUP LADLE
1814 London, with maker's mark for William Eley & William Fearn
An Old English ladle with an oval bowl, contemporary engraved initials to the terminal; hallmarked underside
Silver weight: 202gr
Length: 32.5cm

 800-1000

226
A 48 PIECE ITALIAN .800 SILVER FLATWARE SERVICE IN TWO NEAR DESIGNS
1944-1968 period, Palermo, makers' marks for Lupo Bernardo & Figli (42 PA) and; Padua, (76 PD)
Of Neoclassical design with egg and dart borders and anthemion motifs, comprising: knives, forks and cake forks for twelve, table spoons and additional forks for six; steel blades and tines to knives and cake forks, hallmarked to all
Total weight: 3131gr
Length: 24.5cm (knife)

 1200-1600

227
A FINE EARLY VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER CARD CASE
1839 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Nathaniel Mills
The shaped rectangular case, delicately engine turned with a bright cut garden scene cartouche to one face, and a conforming cartouche with a vase of flowers to the reverse; hallmarked to the rim
Silver weight: 68gr
Length: 10cm Width: 7cm

 600-800

228
A VICTORIAN RETICULATED STERLING SILVER BON BON DISH
Possibly 1844 London, with maker's mark for Joseph & Albert Savory
The high-sided dish with an undulating rim, decorative trellis and knot decoration to the body, a twist swing handle and raised on pierced scrolling feet, with blue glass liner, hallmarked to lower body and handle
Silver weight: 182gr
Height: 11cm Diameter: 11cm

 900-1200

229
A LARGE STERLING SILVER TROPHY CUP: 'THE CORIO CRICKET CLUB'
1854 London, with maker's mark for Edward & John Barnard
The handsome pedestal cup with double scroll handles, finely embossed and chased with floral motifs, awarded for the 'Handicap Flat Race, 100, 200 & 440 yards', 1871, hallmarked to lower body, retailer W. Edwards of Melbourne
Silver weight: 777gr
Height: 26cm

 500-600

230
A SIX PERSON CASED SET OF STERLING SILVER MINIATURE CRUETS
1987/1988, with maker's mark for Asprey, by appointment to H.M the Queen
Individual place settings comprising salts, mustard pots with glass liners and associated spoons, and pepper pots, of plain form with stepped rims, hallmarked to all, cased and in original retailer's box, Asprey of Bond Street
Silver weight: 360gr (without liners)
Height: 3.5cm and smaller

 500-700

231
A VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER PRESENTATION EWER WITH ARKWRIGHT FAMILY ARMORIAL
1856 Birmingham, with maker's mark for Elkington & Co
Of pedestal baluster form with a finely chased high set scroll handle and a shell form mount, bold rib and flute borders to the rim and foot, presentation inscription to The Reverend Joseph Arkwright; hallmarked below rim
Silver weight: 1804gr
Height: 41.5cm

 5500-7500

232
A GEORGE III STERLING SILVER CAKE BASKET
1796 London, with maker's mark for Robert Garrard I
The heavy gauge reticulated basket with alternating ribbed loops and opposite scrolls, gadroons to the rim and foot rim, and a swollen reeded swing handle, hallmarked to the foot rim and handle
Silver weight: 1127gr
Height: 11.5cm Length: 35.5cm Width: 27.5cm

 3500-4500

233
A STRIKING PAIR OF CAMEO STYLE TABLE LAMPS
Modern era
The moulded mushroom lamps with glass baluster stems in mottled orange amber and teal colours, dotted with small flowers and a profusion of butterflies, bearing facsimile signature of Gallé to the shades
Height: 55cm

 400-600

234
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

235
A PAINTED FRENCH OPALINE VASE IN BRONZE MOUNTS
1878 (8th August), painted date marks underside
The baluster vase decorated with a parrot amidst foliage, in a bright polychrome palette with gilt enrichments upon a deep cream ground replicating porcelain, cast and pierced bronze mounts to the rim and base, with twin handles
Height: 45cm

 100-200

236
A VERRIÈRES D'ART LORRAIN CAMEO GLASS GUMLEAF VASE
Circa: 1925
The ovoid moulded vase with a tapering neck, overlaid with a purple design of trailing eucalyptus leaves with blossoms and gumnuts upon a frosted rose mauve ground, mark of VAL in relief to lower body
Height: 19.5cm

 300-500

237
AN ART DECO ENAMEL DECORATED MOULDED GLASS VASE BY ANDRÉ DELATTE
Circa: 1930
The tapering pear shaped orange vase with a small cup shaped neck, a pointed chevron collar issuing pendant flowers and dotted motifs in white and deep brown colours, enamel mark of Delatte Nancy to lower body
Height: 15cm

 350-450

238
AN ELEGANT NINETY PIECE MOSER 'LADY HAMILTON' STEMWARE SET WITH WATER PITCHER
Introduced 1934
A setting for eighteen comprising: champagne coupes, small water glasses, liqueur glasses, petite liquor cocktail glasses, seventeen port glasses and a pitcher, all of elegant papal cut form with tooled 24 carat gold rims; stencil mark of Moser to base
Height: 19.5cm (jug) and 13cm (champagne coupe)

 1600-2000

239
A LARGE SIGNED DAUM FRÈRES & LOUIS MAJORELLE GLASS AND IRON VASE
Circa: 1925
The hexagonal mould blown mottled orange vase in a textured wrought iron frame with geometric scroll forms and strapwork, etched signatures of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine and L. Majorelle underside
Height: 29.5cm

 2800-3400

240
A LALIQUE 'LAURIER' OPALESCENT GLASS VASE
First issued 1922, model 947
The cylindrical vase with an allover design of laurel leaves and berries, etched mark of R. Lalique France to foot
Height: 18cm

 1500-1800

241
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

 400-600

242
A LALIQUE 'TOKIO' GLASS POWDER BOX
First issued 1921, model 50
The circular box having a striking lid depicting an opalescent chrysanthemum flower head; early mark of Lalique in relief to the lid interior
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 17cm

 1000-1400

243
TWO BOHEMIAN CUT CRYSTAL WARES: A VASE AND A COVERED JAR
Mid 20th century
A large heavy gauge basket with radiating fan designs, cross hatched elements and diamond point bands, and a straight-sided covered sweet meat jar with leaf, navette and diamond form patterns, the lid with a faceted knop
Height: 22.5cm Length: 23.5cm Width: 15.5cm (basket)

 80-120

244
TWO MID CENTURY FRENCH GLASS VASES
1940s-1960s
A vase with a ribbed base decorated in bright gilt bands and chequerboard designs, and a free form elongated clear glass vase with pulled ribs and an exaggerated petal rim, both unmarked
Height: 29cm and smaller

 100-150

245
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

246
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

 500-800

247
TWO BOHEMIAN GLASS BOWLS AND A PAIR OF TEA GLASSES
Mid 20th century
Decorative bowls one variously cut with hobstars and navette forms, the other similar but probably moulded, and two engraved tea glasses with pierced silver-plated holders
Height: 9cm Diameter: 22cm (large bowl)

 50-80

248
FOUR BOHEMIAN CUT CRYSTAL WARES: A TAZZA, TWO DISHES, AND A COVERED BOWL
Mid 20th century
A tazza with palm and patterned forms beneath a decorated rim and having a faceted stem to a ray patterned spreading foot, two matching elongated dishes with hobstar and cross hatched elements, and a heavy gauge covered bowl with diamonds, palm fronds and a cut knop
Height: 18.5cm Diameter: 19.5cm (footed bowl)

 80-120

249
AN ART DECO DAUM FRÈRES YELLOW GLASS VASE
Circa: 1930
A globular vase with a shaped neck and everted rim, decorated to the body with a frosted overlapping circular motif upon an acid etched ground, geometric forms to the neck, mark of Daum with Cross of Lorraine, Nancy France to foot
Height: 16cm

 1500-1800

250
TWO CRYSTAL ASHTRAYS AND A MODERNIST BOWL
Mid to late 20th century
A small cut crystal ashtray and a moulded circular ashtray with diamond designs, together with a modern circular bowl composed of a series of five tier off centre squares, unmarked
Height: 5.5cm Diameter: 16cm (large ashtray)

 30-50

251
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

252
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

 140-250

253
AN ART DECO 'OPALIQUE' GLASS BIRD BOWL BY JOBLING
Circa: 1930
The moulded bowl with three opalescent birds in relief encircling a flower head, etched mark of Opalique and Jobling underside, registration number moulded in relief
Height: 8cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 250-350

254
AN ART DECO ENAMEL DECORATED GLASS BOX BY ANDRÉ DELATTE
Circa: 1925
A mottled powder blue matt box enamel decorated with orange and teal stylised flowers to the lid and pendant drops and geometric forms to the body; mark of Delatte Nancy to body
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 14cm

 350-450

255
AN IMPORTANT DOUBLE SIGNED DAUM FRÈRES AND EDGAR BRANDT GLASS AND WROUGHT IRON CENTREPIECE
Circa: 1900
The pate de verre aqua plate with mottled blue and chocolate colours to the rim and a star shape to the centre, etched mark of Daum Nancy with Cross of Lorraine, mounted in a single twist off set square section handle with multi branch vegetal mounts, tiny impressed mark of E Brandt to stem
Height: 21cm Diameter: 24cm

 2000-2800

256
A VICTORIAN STOURBRIDGE CAMEO GLASS AND SILVER SCENT BOTTLE IN THE MANNER OF THOMAS WEBB
1885 London, with maker's mark for Sampson Mordan II
The square section white on red bottle, each face decorated with a floral specimen, with a globular screw top lid, hallmarked to neck
Height: 13cm

 2800-3200

257
A LARGE BOHEMIAN CUT CRYSTAL BOWL
Mid 20th century
The bowl with a broad flat base and inverted sides, with scalloped edging and cut with stars, palms and cross hatched elements
Height: 13.5cm Diameter: 30.5cm

 100-150

258
AN ART DECO ANDRÉ HUNEBELLE 'ETRUSQUE' VASE
Circa: 1925
The ovoid moulded vase with bold crossed clear glass braces in relief upon a frosted ground, with a polished rim, moulded mark of A Hunebelle in low relief underside
Height: 19.5cm

 650-850

259
TWO FRENCH ART VANNES MID CENTURY STYLE CRYSTAL VASES
Circa: 1950s
One of tear drop form with one elongated and one curled rim, the other of bud form with six exaggerated overlapping lobes with pronounced ribs; stencil marks underside
Height: 29.5cm and smaller

 80-120

260
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

 350-500

261
AN ART DECO OPALESCENT PIERRE D'AVESN VASE
Circa: 1930
The jardinière style moulded vase with a series of five formal flowers with chevron petals and bold stiff leaf foliage, unmarked
Height: 16.5cm

 650-850

262
A TALL YELLOW AND BLACK CAMEO VASE BY ANDRÉ DELATTE
Circa: 1925
The slightly shaped tapering vase raised on spreading foot, a deep frieze of stylised flowers in gloss black upon a contrasting acid etched black and yellow ground, the lower register in yellow modulating to black and dotted with glossy rectangular motifs, mark of Delatte Nancy to body
Height: 34cm

 1300-1700

263
A PAIR OF RED VENETIAN GLASS FIGURAL CANDLESTICKS
Second half 20th century
The male and female figures each holding a single sconce, the lady's skirt in a spiral décor with complete white threading, embellished with 'gold dust' aventurine inclusions and raised on upon spreading domed bases
Height: 32.5cm and smaller

 200-400

264
A PAIR OF BLUE VENETIAN GLASS FIGURINES
Second half 20th century
The Rococo Commedia dell' Arte Carnival male and female figures in cased blue and white glass, applied clear glass embellishments with 'gold dust' aventurine inclusions, and raised upon spreading domed bases
Height: 38.5cm

 200-400

265
A WEDGWOOD DARK BLUE DRAGON BOWL
Circa: 1920s, design Z4616
The octagonal bowl decorated with three gilt dragons to the white interior, the mottled blue exterior similarly decorated below a key fret border; printed Wedgwood stamp with Portland vase underside
Height: 8.5cm Diameter: 18.5cm

 500-700

266
A WEDGWOOD RED LUSTRE DRAGON BOWL
Circa: 1920s, design Z4827
The interior with a decorative butterfly upon a pearlised lustre ground enclosing a patterned rim reserved with three oriental scenes, the cherry red sponged exterior with encircling celestial dragons in gilt; printed Wedgwood stamp with Portland vase underside
Height: 9.5cm Diameter: 21cm

 600-800

267
A ROYAL WORCESTER ORIENTAL STYLE VASE
1913, design 2540, registration number 617074
The tall trumpet vase upon a spreading square base with cusped corners, decorated in the oriental manner with pavilions in landscape settings, in gold, iron red and gold colours upon a cream ground, chevron border decoration to the foot; backstamp and additional marks underside
Height: 31cm

 200-300

268
A FRENCH FAIENCE BARBER'S BLEEDING BOWL
Early 19th century
A tin glazed kidney shaped earthenware bowl underglaze decorated in the folk manner with freely drawn patterned and floral borders, centred with a vase of flowers
Height: 8cm Length: 31cm Width: 25.5cm

 150-200

269
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

270
A PAIR OF FIGURAL BOCAGE PORCELAIN CANDLESTICKS, AFTER CHELSEA
20th century, possibly Samson, Edmé et Cie, with mock gold anchor marks
The hard paste polychrome decorated figures, seated and dressed in 18th century attire, he with an attendant dog and bird, she with a sheep and holding a bird cage, emblematic of marriage, raised on Rococo style bases, painted marks to bases verso
Height: 25.5cm and smaller

 300-400

271
TWO VINTAGE ROYAL DOULTON FLAMBÉ WARES: A VASE AND AN ELEPHANT
Mid 20th century
A baluster vase depicting a cowherd tending his stock in a flowery meadow, and a model of an elephant with trunk raised; backstamps and marked 'Flambe' to both
Height: 15cm (vase)

 300-400

272
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

 400-600

273
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

274
A MOORCROFT 'PANSY' VASE
Circa: 1918-1929 period
The baluster vase lightly tubelined and decorated with a deep frieze of pansies in plum, purple and maroon colours upon an inky ground; impressed and painted marks underside
Height: 13cm

 100-150

275
A FRENCH GLAZED CERAMIC MODEL OF A WOMAN BY ST CLEMENT
Circa: 1920s
In beige and deep caramel colours, a coy female nude upon a rocky outcrop; faint incised mark of probably A. Fontana to integral plinth base, St Clement France mark in relief underside
Height: 31cm Length: 61cm Width: 14cm

 100-200

276
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

277
A MOORCROFT VASE IN WISTERIA PATTERN
1918-1929 period
The baluster vase with tube lining, decorated with a continuous deep frieze in rich plum, purple blue and lemon glazes upon an inky ground, with impressed Cobridge mark and painted signature underside
Height: 20.5cm

 400-600

278
TWO AUSTRALIAN POTTERY VASES BY CARL MCCONNELL (1926-2003)
A globular pot and a larger similar pot with a broad waisted neck, drip glazed in shades of iridescent brown and copper colours with high gloss black brown colours, dark glazed to the interiors, signed C McConnell Australia to one, C. McC Australia to the other
Height: 13cm and 9.5cm

 200-300

279
A LARGE PIERREFONDS PROMSY EARTHENWARE VASE WITH APPLIED DECORATION
Circa: 1920s
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, indistinct impressed marks underside, label to collar
Height: 45cm

 240-350

280
A VINTAGE FRENCH MAJOLICA BEAR PITCHER
Circa: 1900
Modelled as a grimacing bear in brown colours holding a medallion, maroon lined, impressed pattern number 126 underside
Height: 22cm

 120-160

281
A BOCH FRÈRES LA LOUVIÈRE CERAMIC VASE
Circa: 1930, Belgium, pattern 994
The bottle style vase with small handles to the shoulder and neck decorated with flowers in a basket, in orange, saffron, turquoise and cobalt colours, backstamp, incised and painted numbers underside
Height: 26cm

 140-250

282
A STRIKING SECESSIONIST AMPHORA VASE
Circa: 1910
The vase in blue and yellow colours upon a cream ground with lobed and pierced elements, the stem with four long buttresses to a flaring base, impressed Imperial Amphora marks underside
Height: 32cm

 200-400

283
A GOUDA AUSTRALIAN THEMED 'LAUGHING JACKASS' VASE
Circa: 1920, numbered 620/4, Dutch made, designed for the Australian market
The bottle vase featuring a kookaburra, flannel flower, tropical blooms and other flora in a matt muted green, teal, olive and mustard palette; title, Gouda painted marks, Dutch Art Pottery, underside
Height: 29.5cm

 1500-1800

284
TWO ENGLISH PORCELAIN WARES: A BARR FLIGHT BARR WORCESTER PLATE AND AN INKWELL IN THE SWANSEA MANNER
Circa: 1810, and 1820
The plate with an angoulème style border and central spray in blue and pink colours with gilt, impressed mark, and; the inkstand with lion's paw feet and applied lion's head masks, exquisitely handpainted with floral specimens, unmarked
Diameter: 21cm (plate)

 200-300

285
A PAIR OF EMPIRE STYLE URN VASES IN BLUE AND GOLD COLOURS
Circa: 1900
The vases each with deep blue friezes decorated with trophies and formal elements between stiff leaf, swan and lion's head borders, unmarked
Height: 22cm

 340-450

286
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

287
TWO ANTIQUE DELFT PLATES
18th century
Tin glazed blue and white plates, one with five shaped reserves decorated with freely painted formal flowers; the other with a scalloped central reserve enclosing a water garden scene surrounded by circles decorated with patterns and fruit motifs; kiln spur marks to both, painted marks underside to one
Diameter: 23cm and smaller

 140-250

288
A PAIR OF ANTIQUE SIGNED SÈVRES 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

 400-600

289
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

 140-350

290
AN ENGLISH PORCELAIN INKWELL IN THE MANNER OF COALPORT
Circa: 1820s
The pink scallop shell inkwell with a gilded swan neck handle with a spread winged mount, polychrome decorated with honeysuckle, other floral specimens and gilt embellishments, raised on an oval fluted foot, unmarked
Height: 10cm Width: 14.5cm

 200-300

291
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

 80-100

292
A MCINTYRE 'CORNFLOWER' VASE BY MOORCROFT IN SPANISH COLOURS
Circa: 1911
The elegant slender baluster vase with a petite neck, with delicate tubelining and decorated in muted rouge, terracotta and plum colours upon a washed green and amber ground, painted green signature of Moorcroft underside
Height: 23cm

 200-300

293
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

 350-550

294
A MOORCROFT DISH IN WISTERIA PATTERN
1918-1929 period
The low form dish with roll over edges, tube lined and decorated with a border in rich plum, purplish blue and lemon glazes upon an inky ground, with impressed Cobridge mark and painted signature underside
Diameter: 21.5cm

 150-250

295
A MOORCROFT DISH IN POMEGRANATE PATTERN
1918-1929 period
The low form dish with roll over edges, tube lined and decorated with a border of pomegranate fruits and leaves in richly muted plum, tangerine and dark purple colours upon an inky ground, with impressed Cobridge mark and painted signature underside
Diameter: 22cm

 200-300

296
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

297
A MOORCROFT FLAMBÉ VASE
Circa: 1928-1935 period
The waisted vase decorated with a deep frieze in grape and leaf design, in a rich deep muted autumnal palette with light tubelining upon an inky blue green and terracotta ground; impressed factory mark, facsimile signature and impressed royal warrant underside
Height: 15cm

 200-300

298
A DOUBLE SIGNED BELGIAN STONEWARE IRON MOUNTED VASE BY GUERIN AND F. CARION
Circa: 1925, pattern number 152A
An ovoid drip glazed vase in teal and varied brown colours housed in a textured and tendril like mount with a single flower and leaf, incised mark of Guerin and pattern underside, mark of F. Carion to the leaf
Height: 13cm

 300-400

299
A MOORCROFT VASE IN POMEGRANATE PATTERN
1918-1929 period
The carinate shaped bottle vase, lightly tube lined with a border of pomegranate fruits and leaves in richly muted plum, tangerine and dark purple colours upon an inky ground, with impressed Cobridge mark and painted signature underside
Height: 15.5cm

 150-250

300
A 90 PIECE VILLEROY & BOCH BONE CHINA DINNER SERVICE
Circa: 2000, Germany, in Celine and matching Celine Fleurs pattern
A near complete set for ten comprising: plates in three sizes and large bowls (10 each), 8 smaller bowls, 8 mugs, 9 tea cups and saucers, tea and coffee pots, creamer, sugar bowl, tureen, gravy boat and stand, salt and pepper shakers, various serving bowls and platters; backstamps underside
Height: 24cm (coffee pot)

 400-600

301
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

302
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

303
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

304
AN ART DECO HUTSCHENREUTHER PORCELAIN FIGURE BY KARL TUTTER
Circa: 1930
A modishly posed young woman in a peaked cap and a multi tiered chevron hemmed skirt in teal and white colours with gilt enrichments, raised on a small circular base with incised mark of K. Tutter, green backstamps underside
Height: 15.5cm

 350-450

305
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

 180-240

306
A PAIR OF FLORAL DECORATED ART DECO CERAMIC VASES
Circa: 1920s
Hexagonal tapering vases decorated with pendant foliage in olive colours upon a pale olive ground and having a floral frieze with bold stylised flower heads in mauve and tangerine colours, unmarked
Height: 40cm

 340-450

307
TODD, MILAN (B.1922)
Summer in the Rainforest (triptych)
Oil on canvas with gold leaf, signed Milan to all panels; title to label verso
Height: 182cm Width: 96cm each panel

 4000-6000

308
MATHESON, PETER (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Some strays, Black Range, Vic
Pastel on paper, signed P. Matheson lower right
Height: 31cm Width: 45cm

 300-500

309
WRIGHT, KEITH (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL)
Quiet corner, King Parrot Creek
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Keith Wright 2004, lower right; exhibited at Spectrum Gallery Balwyn, with gallery label and exhibition flyer verso
Height: 60cm Width: 44cm

 200-400

310
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Misty milking time
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2006 lower left; title verso
Height: 59.5cm Width: 49cm

 400-600

311
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
The gathering, Goodradigbee River, Wee Jasper, N.S.W
Oil on artist's board, signed and dated Leonard Long lower left 2004; title verso
Height: 50cm Width: 60cm

 400-600

312
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

 350-550

313
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

 350-550

314
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

 500-800

315
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
The Acheron at Taggerty
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2002 lower left; title verso
Height: 36.5cm Width: 74.5cm

 300-500

316
LLOYD, CHARLES SALIS (1902- c.1960)
Dahlias in an oriental vase
Oil on canvas, signed C. Salis Lloyd lower right
Height: 76cm Width: 66cm

 600-1200

317
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Shearing time, Brindabella, Wee Jasper, N.S.W
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2003 lower left; title verso
Height: 60cm Width: 90cm

 600-1000

318
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Victoria Valley gum, Grampians, Vic
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2002 lower right; title verso
Height: 75cm Width: 100cm

 700-1200

319
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Departing storm, Sydney River N.S.W, at Pinch River
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2002 lower left; title verso
Height: 75cm Width: 100cm

 700-1200

320
EARLY 20TH CENTURY POLISH SCHOOL
Woman reading
Oil on board, signed and dated apparently Alfred Towaroski 1938 lower right
Height: 125cm Width: 94cm

 600-1200

321
MUTSAERS, GERARD (B.1947)
River landscape
Oil on canvas board, signed G. Mutsaers lower left
Height: 19cm Width: 14cm

 40-50

322
20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL: TWO WORKS
A peasant woman feeding her baby, oil on wooden panel, signed indistinctly lower right, and; Spanish or Italian street scene, oil on canvas board, signed G. Boyd lower right
Height: 23cm Width: 30cm and smaller

 150-200

323
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Shoalhaven River from Broughton Creek, near Nowra
Oil on board, signed Leonard Long lower right, inscriptions verso including title, comment by Leonard Long that the work was painted in the early sixties, and later dedication by Long 2006
Height: 11cm Width: 21cm

 300-500

324
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

 1200-2000

325
STEFANI, PIERRE (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Paris Le Quai des Grands Augustins
Oil on board, signed P. Stefani lower right
Height: 26cm Width: 21cm

 350-550

326
20TH CENTURY AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL - THREE RURAL THEMED PAINTINGS
Including: Old building with water tank by Glenice Lamb; Cows in paddock by M. Hawkins, and; country view by M. Schmidt (possibly)
Height: 29cm Width: 39cm and smaller

 100-200

327
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

328
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
10 Mile to Jamieson, Goulburn River
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2004 lower left; title verso
Height: 39.5cm Width: 29cm

 300-500

329
VASLIN, G (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Market
Oil on canvas, signed G. Vaslin lower right, title in French verso
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 300-500

330
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Harbour with moody sky
Oil on canvas, apparently signed Blanpain lower left, similar to stretcher verso
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 200-300

331
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
The Goulburn River, Thornton Vic
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2004 lower right, with title and 2009 dedication by Long verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 34cm

 300-500

332
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

333
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Street
scene
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left
Height: 39cm Width: 49cm

 140-250

334
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
Macalister River, Licola Vic
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2010 lower left; title verso
Height: 39.5cm Width: 59.5cm

 300-500

335
LONG, LEONARD HUGH (1911-2013)
At the entrance, Ormiston Gorge, C.A
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Leonard Long 2009 lower left; title verso
Height: 49.5cm Width: 59cm

 300-500

336
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

 700-1000

337
SOEURS DAVID (ACTIVE 1920s)
Hand coloured fashion plate
Signed David lower right, from edition Lucien Vogel circa: 1922
Height: 23cm Width: 14cm

 70-100

338
A HAND COLOURED FASHION POCHOIR
Circa: 1920, Editions Lucien Vogel
Profile study of a woman with 'garcon' hair wearing a modish hat, monogram of Lucien Vogel lower right below image
Height: 15cm Width: 13.5cm

 110-210

339
'MAISON PREMET' ORIGINAL GOUACHE FASHION ILLUSTRATION
Illustration for a design by Madame Grés, a leader in the style of La Garçonne, Paris, 1927
Height: 23cm Width: 16cm

 150-180

340
BENITO, EDUARDO (1891-1981)
Fashion illustration
Rare hand coloured pochoir from 'Les Feuillets D'Art' Edition Lucien Vogel, 1919, Paris, edition 892 from an edition of 1000 copies, signature of Benito to image lower right
Height: 19.5cm Width: 16.5cm

 200-300

341
KUHN-RÉGNIER, JOSEPH (1873-1940)
Illustration from 'Hippocrate'
Pochoir number 8, facsimile signature of J.Kuhn - Régnier upper left, from Laval Le Blanc edition, 1932
Height: 19.5cm Width: 14.5cm

 120-180

342
MARTIN, CHARLES (1884-1934)
Fashion illustration
Coloured pochoir from Edition Lucien Vogel, 1920, monogram and signature of Charles Martin lower right and monogram of Lucien Vogel lower right below image
Height: 16.5cm Width: 13.5cm

 120-180

343
MARTY, ANDRÉ ÉDOUARD (1882-1974)
Fashion illustration
Coloured pochoir from Edition Lucien Vogel, 1922, monogram of Lucien Vogel lower right below image
Height: 16.5cm Width: 13cm

 120-180

344
VINOY, MAX (ACTIVE 1920s)
'La Venetienne'
Hand coloured pochoir, facsimile signature of Max Vinoy lower right, circa: 1920
Height: 27cm Width: 19cm

 150-220

345
DUPAS, JEAN (1882-1964)
Fourrures Max (Max Furs)
Lithograph from PAN Annuaire Du Luxe à Paris, 1928
Height: 25cm Width: 20cm

 150-180

346
ERTÉ (ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF 1892 - 1990)
Two works: Figures each with attendants holding long trains
Hand coloured enhanced prints on paper, with facsimile signatures lower right
Height: 17cm Width: 28.5cm

 200-400

347
ERTÉ (ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF 1892 - 1990)
'L'Oiseau Enchanté'
A colour circular print from the publication 'L'Illustration', Paris 1926
Diameter: 21cm

 220-320

348
BENITO, EDUARDO (1891-1981)
Fashion illustration
Lithograph, Les Feuillets D'Art, Edition Lucien Vogel 1919, Paris, from an edition of 1000 (not numbered) signature of Benito to plate lower left
Height: 27.5cm Width: 23cm

 150-200

349
LINDNER, DORIS (1896 - 1979)
Nude
Charcoal study circa 1930, on paper, unsigned; Doris Lindner was a renowned modeller for Royal Worcester from the 1930s to 1970s; provenance: Doris Lindner estate London
Height: 48cm Width: 26.5cm

 250-350

350
CADDICK, KATHLEEN (B.1937, BRITISH SCHOOL)
Moorland Cottage
Hand coloured etching, title, signature and editioned 27/150 in pencil below Image
Height: 27cm Width: 35cm

 200-400

351
HARDING, FRANK (1935-1990)
Golden Days
Oil on composition board, signed Frank Harding lower right, title lower left
Height: 44cm Width: 59cm

 1000-1500

352
KULMA, RICHARD (B.1950)
Afternoon Shadows, Venice
Oil on arches board, signed Kulma centre right; title and biographical information verso
Height: 52cm Width: 32.5cm

 500-700

353
RIVERA, A (EARLY 20TH CENTURY EUROPEAN SCHOOL)
Landscape with figures
Oil on wooden panel, signed A. Rivera lower left
Height: 28cm Width: 58.5cm

 500-800

354
POINTON, JOHN (B.1936)
Terrace houses and figures
Oil on composition board, signed and dated Pointon '81 lower right
Height: 28.5cm Width: 59cm

 500-800

355
ROMAN, GÉRARD (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Landscape with house
Print on paper, initialled GR to plate lower left
Height: 46cm Width: 61cm

 50-80

356
KORTLAND, WIM (B.1923)
Little Yarra River
Oil on canvas board, signed and dated Wim Kortland 1983 lower left; title and biographical information verso
Height: 59.5cm Width: 44cm

 100-200

357
FORD-WILLIAMSON, JUDY (ACTIVE 1980s-90s)
Il Primo, Lygon St, Carlton
Oil on canvas board, signed Judy Ford lower left, title and biographical information verso
Height: 49cm Width: 38.5cm

 300-400

358
CORNEILLE (VAN BEVERLOO) (GUILLAUME CORNELIS B. 1922)
Untitled - Figures with blue cat and bird
Lithograph, signed in pencil lower right, edition 161/200, and dated 2004 below image; with Certificate of Authenticity issued by Collins & Kent International Fine Art (number 6200027)
Height: 50cm Width: 70cm

 300-500

359
CORNEILLE (VAN BEVERLOO) (GUILLAUME CORNELIS B. 1922)
Untitled - Figure with two birds
Lithograph, signed in pencil lower right, edition 143/200 and dated 2003 below image; with Certificate of Authenticity issued by Collins & Kent International Fine Art (number 6200075)
Height: 65cm Width: 50cm

 300-500

360
DOLLERY, JOHN (B.1933)
Approaching storm, Ophir
Oil on canvas, signed J. Dollery lower left, title and artist's name to plaque below image
Height: 59cm Width: 89.5cm

 600-900

361
JACK, KENNETH WILLIAM DAVID (1924 - 2006)
Boys playing outside old church
Oil on composition board, signed and dated Kenneth Jack 1969 lower right
Height: 78cm Width: 113cm

 2000-3000

362
RÉTAUX, BRUNO (B. 1947 FRENCH SCHOOL)
Boats on a river
Oil on board, signed B. Rétaux lower left
Height: 21cm Width: 25.5cm

 300-400

363
CARTIER, S (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Study of a setter
Oil on canvas, signed S. Cartier lower left
Height: 26cm Width: 20.5cm

 80-120

364
20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Trees and stormy skies
Oil on canvas, signed Fouconnier lower right
Height: 40cm Width: 32cm

 30-60

365
LATE 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Rural scene with figure
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly, possibly Mery? lower right
Height: 32cm Width: 40cm

 120-150

366
MOGISSE, ROBERT (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Retour de Promenade a Venise
Oil on canvas, signed R. Mogisse lower right, title and artist's name verso
Height: 31.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 400-600

367
MOGISSE, ROBERT (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Marché Breton
Oil on canvas, signed R. Mogisse lower left, title and artist's name verso
Height: 31.5cm Width: 39.5cm

 400-600

368
A PAIR OF ART DECO LITHOGRAPHS
Circa: 1920s, France
Phebée and La Cométe, in colours, apparently monogrammed, 'Q', France, and editioned 5/350 and 18/350 respectively in pencil below image
Height: 46.5cm Width: 22cm

 50-100

369
EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Country scene with river
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower left
Height: 39cm Width: 52.5cm

 100-200

370
EARLY 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL
Fishing boats on choppy seas
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right
Height: 39cm Width: 52.5cm

 150-250

371
20TH CENTURY SCHOOL
Boat scene
Oil on canvas, signed B.Wilder lower right
Height: 59cm Width: 49cm

 80-120

372
DEJOUX, D (20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL)
Spring time landscape
Oil on canvas, signed indistinctly lower right, also verso
Height: 44.5cm Width: 53cm

 350-550

373
A PERSIAN WOOL CARPET
In a Garden of Paradise design, with a central squared medallion with continuous knot motifs surrounded by flowers, cypress trees, animal and bird life upon an inky ground, the main border with cusped arches and running ribbon motifs
Length: 230cm Width: 148cm

 200-300

374
AN ANTIQUE HERIZ WOOL CARPET
With simple but distinctive geometric forms, comprising a bold white medallion with patterns in red, tan, and blue on a cherry red field, unusual square spandrels and narrow patterned borders in tan and dark blue colours
Length: 165cm Width: 110cm

 100-150

375
AN ANTIQUE HERIZ WOOL CARPET
Of typical village design with all over patterns, a central star form medallion in colours upon a pink red field, stylised flowers and tree of life imagery, large white spandrels and patterned borders with bold flower heads and patterns
Length: 348cm Width: 268cm

 600-900

376
A TURKISH KARS WOOL RUNNER
Of geometric design with a series of medallions in mid blue, cream, green and salmon pink colours upon a salmon field, enclosed by geometric borders in complementary colours
Length: 393cm Width: 100cm

 300-500

377
AN ANTIQUE HERIZ WOOL CARPET
Of typical village design profusely decorated with all over complex geometric patterns, with a central star form lozenge in red grey and blue colours upon a red field, with complementary patterned borders
Length: 357cm Width: 238cm

 500-800

378
A BRASS THREE LIGHT STANDARD LAMP
Circa: 1930s
The slender lamp with a stiff leaf motif to the upper stem, moulded to the lower register with overlapping fan shapes to a globular motif above an onyx and brass circular base, with a fringed apricot shaped conical shade
Height: 176cm

 50-80

379
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

 1500-1800

380
A ROCOCO STYLE GILT MIRROR
20th century
A waisted wall mirror in a moulded frame
Length: 88cm Width: 52cm

 120-160

381
A FRENCH LOUIS XV STYLE BRASS HANGING MIRROR
Circa: 1930s
The shaped rectangular mirror with an arching crest and mirror image lower register, the frame of embossed reeded profile with shell and leaf embellishments to the crest and base, and bursting fruit details to the sides
Length: 76cm Width: 44cm

 100-200

382
AN ANTIQUE FRENCH GILTWOOD MIRROR
Early 20th century
An elegant slightly egg shaped frame with three quarter channel groove moulding, the upper register embellished with a cascading arrangement of applied flowers and vines, a blue jasper type medallion to the crest with sprigged allegorical figures
Length: 82cm Width: 42cm

 100-200

383
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1930
The lozenge shaped octagonal frame housing a bevelled glass, the frame of textured square section form, with a twin floral motifs to the crest and base
Length: 72cm Width: 37.5cm

 100-120

384
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON WALL MIRROR
Circa: 1930
The lozenge shaped octagonal frame housing a bevelled glass, the frame of textured square section form, with a floral motif to the crest and twin scrolls to the base
Length: 72cm Width: 37.5cm

 100-150

385
AN ART DECO FROSTED GLASS NICKEL BRONZE CHANDELIER
Circa: 1925
Four slender tapering stems supporting stylised and floral moulded clam shells with handkerchief points, four floral arms suspending moulded bell shaped shades
Length: 90cm Diameter: 60cm

 1000-1500

386
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

 1800-2200

387
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

 1100-1500

388
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

 2500-3000

389
A FINE SIX BRANCH NAPOLEON III CHANDELIER
19th century
The lavish chandelier with a central stem issuing delicate pierced and cast decorations, the dish issuing six curvaceous arms supporting large etched and frosted globe shades
Length: 88cm Diameter: 100cm

 3000-3500

390
A VINTAGE BRASS AND GLASS HALL LANTERN
Of typical cylindrical form with textured vertical ribs and scrolling supports to a chain and cup, with provision for three electric candles
Length: 55cm Diameter: 25cm

 240-350

391
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

 1200-1800

392
AN EMPIRE STYLE FOUR BRANCH GILT BRONZE CHANDELIER
Early 20th century
Of torchère style with foliate scrolling arms supporting dishes and electric candles
Length: 47cm Diameter: 38cm

 150-250

393
A VINTAGE BRASS AND GLASS HALL LANTERN
Of typical cylindrical form with a plain frame and scrolling supports to a chain and cup, with provision for three electric candles
Length: 53cm Diameter: 26cm

 240-350

394
A LARGE ANTIQUE CRYSTAL CHANDELIER
Later 19th century, fully restored and rewired
The sixteen light multi tiered chandelier hung to slender curvaceous arms with cut pear shaped drops and prisms
Length: 90cm Diameter: 70cm

 3500-4500

395
A SMALL LOUIS XV STYLE THREE LIGHT BRONZE CHANDELIER
Early 20th century
A shaped floral decorated stem issuing three acanthus decorated 'S' scroll arms with electric lights
Length: 25cm Diameter: 35cm

 70-100

396
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

397
A BRONZE HALL LANTERN
Circa: 1930s
Of typical cylindrical form, the bronze frame with Neoclassical embellishments and double scroll supports to chain and a decorative cup
Length: 48cm Diameter: 21cm

 240-350

398
A GILT BRONZE EMPIRE STYLE SIX BRANCH CHANDELIER
19th century
With a tapering beaded stem with globe motif to rope twist and acanthus embellished 'S' scroll arms supporting electric candles, the cast dish issuing abundant fruits
Length: 97cm Diameter: 77cm

 2600-3200

399
AN EDWARDIAN CEDAR TALL BOY
Early 20th century, manufactured by Buckley & Nunn, Melbourne
A long drawer above two small drawers and twin hat drawers, three long drawers below, rail and stile panels to the sides and raised on a plinth base, with shaped pressed metal backplates and swing handles; Buckley & Nunn plaque, Acorn Antiques labels to back and drawer
Height: 147cm Width: 118cm Depth: 54cm

 300-500

400
A FINE LOUIS XV STYLE KINGWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Late 19th to early 20th century
With a serpentine Breche d'Alep marble top above three drawers with shaped feather banded reserves with blonde and ebonised stringing, pronounced hipped edges and splayed legs, embellished with gilt bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 95cm Width: 132cm Depth: 57cm

 1500-2000

401
A FINE WILLIAM IV ROSEWOOD STRETCHER-BASED TABLE
Circa: 1830s
Rectangular with rounded edges and a small concealed drawer to one long side, turned drops to each corner, raised on double barley twist supports to square section trestle ends with elegant finial details and united by double barley twist stretchers
Height: 74cm Length: 128cm Width: 68cm

 600-1000

402
AN EDWARDIAN OCTAGONAL MAHOGANY OCCASIONAL TABLE
Early 20th century
The table with a scalloped skirt and splayed turned legs united by a square undertier
Height: 72cm Length: 60cm Width: 60cm

 50-80

403
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

404
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)

 800-1500

405
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

406
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

407
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

 350-550

408
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

409
A SMALL INLAID CHERRY WOOD TABLE
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

 250-350

410
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

411
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

 450-650

412
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

413
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

 700-900

414
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)

 1000-1200

415
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

 300-500

416
A FRENCH WROUGHT IRON CONSOLE TABLE
Circa: 1930
With a creamy amber marble top of slender rectangular form with a formal scroll work skirt and raised on cabriole bifurcated legs with whorl feet
Height: 96cm Width: 146cm Depth: 25cm

 800-1200

417
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

 600-800

418
A QUALITY VICTORIAN BURR WALNUT DUCHESS DRESSING TABLE
Circa: 1870
In solid walnut with burr walnut veneers, an oval mirror supported by finely carved and pierced antlers above a pair of pillars each with three petite drawers, a central hinged compartment, the shaped table with drawer and raised on decorated cabriole legs with whorl feet to a platform base

Height: 158cm Width: 120cm Depth: 55cm

 900-1200

419
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK ENFILADE
Circa: 1930
The breakfront enfilade with a parquetry top of shaped profile, with four drawers and cupboards with fielded panels, a shaped apron with shell ornament to the drop, raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet, with long brass hinges and pierced escutcheons, relief carved details throughout
Height: 111cm Width: 180cm Depth: 57cm

 400-600

420
A CARVED HENRY II STYLE WALNUT COURT CABINET
Late 19th century
Well carved and ornamented with floral and patterned motifs, with turned and fluted columns, a raised central section with arching compartment, side cupboards, an extended base with rear plate rack, twin drawers and cupboards
Height: 253cm Width: 152cm Depth: 55cm

 700-1200

421
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

422
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

 200-400

423
A FINE VICTORIAN MAHOGANY EXTENSION TABLE
Mid 19th century, with four leaves, maker's label for Edwards & Roberts, London
The round table having a shaped edge and a shallow apron above elegant tapering reeded legs with toupie feet and brass casters; with wind out extension rod underside and associated winder; ivory maker's cartouche to mechanism
Height: 76cm Length: 136cm Width: 136cm Extended Length: 297cm

 800-1000

424
A FINE SET OF VICTORIAN BALLOON BACK MAHOGANY CHAIRS
Mid 19th century, recently fully restored and re-upholstered
In beautifully figured mahogany and of waisted form with arching slightly cusped crests and mid rails, upholstered in quality brown leather stuffover seats and raised on ribbed baluster legs
Height: 92cm Width: 50cm Depth: 53cm

 500-700

425
A GLAZED RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD BOOKCASE CABINET
Mid 20th century
Two doors with shaped glazed panels and conforming fielded panels below, a shaped apron with shell motif and raised on cabriole legs with whorl feet, having long brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 171cm Width: 128cm Depth: 43cm

 400-500

426
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Circa: 1930
A purple and ochre marble top of shaped profile, the drawers with floral inlay to shaped reserves, quarter veneer panelling to the sides, a shaped apron and raised on short hipped curvaceous legs, with cast bronze foliate handles and sabots
Height: 122cm Width: 65cm Depth: 40cm

 500-700

427
A PAIR OF RÉGENCE STYLE CHERRY WOOD BEDSIDE CABINETS
20th century
Shaped rectangular tops with thumbnail edging, each with a single drawer, open compartment and a lower hinged cupboard with fielded panels, a shaped apron with drop and raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet
Height: 75cm Width: 50cm Depth: 36cm

 400-600

428
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID GLAZED BOMBÉ DISPLAY CABINET IN MIXED TIMBERS
Late 19th century
A yellow brèche top above a curved glass body with a single door, the lower register finely inlaid with floral motifs to a bookend veneer strung reserve, angled hips above splayed feet, the interior with mirror back and two glass shelves, with bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 160cm Width: 85cm Depth: 39cm

 1000-1500

429
A SMALL MAHOGANY BOOKCASE OR DISPLAY CABINET
Late 19th to early 20th century
Of plain form with an extended cornice, glazed doors with mitred frames and single faceted mid rails, four timber shelves and conical feet
Height: 135cm Width: 81cm Depth: 31cm

 400-600

430
AN EDWARDIAN TWIN PEDESTAL OAK DESK
Early 20th century
The green leather tooled top above three drawers, drawers and plinth bases with casters to the pillars, the drawers with shaped brass batwing backplates in the Georgian manner and swing handles
Height: 72cm Width: 122cm Depth: 61cm

 200-300

431
A CHERRYWOOD DIRECTOIRE STYLE BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1930s
With a well figured mitred top above a central drawer and pairs of side drawers with bronze target style backplates and laurel wreath pull handles, fluted details and applied rosettes to the sides above tapering square section legs with capped feet
Height: 75cm Length: 150cm Width: 75cm

 800-1200

432
AN ART DECO WALNUT BEDSIDE CABINET
Circa: 1930
Straight sided with a sleigh type base, a recessed glass shelf above an open compartment, a small drawer and an additional compartment below
Height: 65cm Width: 38cm Depth: 33cm

 150-250

433
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
With shaped yellow brèche marble tops with three drawers inlaid with floral motifs to book end veneer panels enclosed by stringing, feather banding to the sides, raised on slender cabriole legs and embellished with gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 42cm Depth: 28cm

 500-600

434
A RÉGENCE STYLE MAHOGANY BUREAU PLAT
Early to mid 20th century
The desk with a tooled writing surface above a central drawer and pedestals each with three drawers with fielded panels and slides, arched fielded panel decoration to the sides and rear and raised on short cabriole legs, with cast bronze foliate pull handles
78cm Length: 142cm Width: 83cm

 500-600

435
AN OAK RÉGENCE STYLE BONNETIÈRE
20th century
Having an extended cornice, the single door with upper and lower shaped fielded panels, a curvaceous apron and raised on small cabriole feet, with long brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 184cm Width: 94cm Depth: 58cm

 300-500

436
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
With mottled and veined cream marble tops above two floral inlaid drawers with book end veneer panels and stringing, similar to the sides, with shaped aprons and raised on slender curvaceous legs
Height: 69cm Width: 35cm Depth: 29cm

 400-600

437
AN OAK RÉGENCE STYLE BUFFET
20th century
The top of shaped profile, with two drawers and cupboards with fielded panels, with a curvaceous apron and small cabriole feet, relief carved decorative details throughout and brass hardware
Height: 101cm Width: 121cm Depth: 43cm

 350-550

438
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD SEMAINIER
Circa: 1930s
With a purple and cream shaped marble top above seven drawers with floral inlay to shaped and strung reserves, with short hipped curvaceous feet, gilt bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 133cm Width: 63cm Depth: 40cm

 900-1200

439
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD AND ROSEWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930s
With a shaped yellow brèche marble top above two long drawers with quarter veneer panelling with floral inlay enclosed by stringing, with a shaped apron, hipped edges and curvaceous legs embellished with gilt bronze Rococo handles, mounts and sabots
Height: 85cm Width: 124cm Depth: 52cm

 800-1200

440
AN ANTIQUE EMPIRE STYLE MAHOGANY COMMODE
Late 19th century
A charcoal marble top above a long frieze drawer, three recessed drawers with cast gilt ormolu escutcheons and dish shaped pull handles, bold columns to the edges with engine turned ormolu capitals and bands terminating in drum feet
Height: 91cm Width: 132cm Depth: 65cm

 700-900

441
A SET OF EIGHT RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CHAIRS
Early 20th century
With shaped backs and crests relief carved with shell and acanthus motifs, channel grooved slightly wavy splats to floral padded seats, curvaceous aprons and raised on cabriole legs
Height: 98cm Width: 50cm Depth: 51cm

 400-800

442
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

 1200-1500

443
AN ANTIQUE FAUX BAMBOO CHERRY WOOD COMMODE
Late 19th century
With a black marble top with extended ears to the corners, four drawers with bamboo style beading to the edges, the corners with three quarter turned columns and raised on short turned feet
Height: 103cm Width: 130cm Depth: 58cm

 650

444
A SMALL RÉGENCE STYLE OAK FIVE DRAWER CHIFFONIÈRE
20th century
The rectangular top with bullnose edging above five drawers with stepped faces and lightly carved details, pierced brass backplates and swing handles, a shaped apron and raised on short cabriole legs, with oak leaf border motifs to the edges
Height: 110cm Width: 58cm Depth: 34cm

 300-500

445
A LARGE LOUIS XVI STYLE WALNUT BUFFET
Late 19th century
With an arching nine pane glass cupboard flanked by a pair of cupboards and pillars with three drawers, a mirror backed open compartment to the extended base above two drawers and two cupboards, raised on toupie feet, with floral carved embellishments throughout
Height: 226cm Width: 149cm Depth: 52cm

 500-700

446
A PAIR OF DIRECTOIRE STYLE CHERRY WOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
Of strictly plain form with two drawers and brass knob handles, raised on tapering square section legs with brass capped feet
Height: 69cm Width: 35cm Depth: 27cm

 340-450

447
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930
With a shaped yellow brèche marble top above drawers with book end veneer strung panels decorated with trailing floral motifs, the apron with drop and sharply hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, gilt bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 81cm Width: 98cm Depth: 46cm

 600-800

448
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
With red and caramel brèche marble tops above two drawers and inlaid to book end veneers with floral motifs, with hipped edges and curvaceous legs, the aprons with drops, and embellished with gilt bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 73cm Width: 43cm Depth: 27cm

 550-650

449
A PAIR OF LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
With yellow brèche marble tops above two drawers and inlaid to book end veneers with floral motifs, with hipped edges and curvaceous legs, the aprons with drops, and embellished with gilt bronze cast mounts and sabots
Height: 74cm Width: 46cm Depth: 33cm

 500-600

450
A LOUIS XV STYLE TULIPWOOD BUREAU PLAT
Mid 20th century
The top with a tooled green leather surface, three drawers and a shaped apron, raised on curvaceous hipped legs with cast gilt bronze espagnolettes, further embellished with gilt bronze cast and moulded border trims and sabots; with three keys
Height: 80cm Length: 120cm Width: 69cm

 1500-2500

451
A RÉGENCE STYLE OAK CABINET
Mid 20th century
Two pairs of mirror image doors with arching fielded panels, a shaped drop with a relief shell and acanthus motif and raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feet, with long brass hinges and pierced escutcheons
Height: 147cm Width: 98cm Depth: 54cm

 300-500

452
A TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLE
Circa: 1930
The petite table with a three quarter gallery, three drawers with shaped and strung bookend veneer reserves, a shaped apron and slender tapering legs united by an undertier
Height: 72cm Width: 24cm Depth: 22cm

 200-300

453
A PAIR OF OVAL TRANSITIONAL STYLE TULIPWOOD BEDSIDE TABLES
Circa: 1930
With pierced brass galleries enclosing quarter veneer panelled tops, three drawers with black and blonde patterned borders, similarly decorated to the sides, raised on slender curvaceous legs, with cast bronze mounts throughout
Height: 74cm Width: 33cm Depth: 25cm

 450-650

454
A WALNUT DIRECTOIRE STYLE BUREAU PLAT
Circa: 1930
The desk with a key fret tooled brown leather writing surface, a central drawer and pairs of side drawers all with recessed panels and bracket style swing handles, with extension slides to the short ends and raised on square section tapering legs with brass capped feet
Height: 79cm Width: 137cm Depth: 71cm

 900-1200

455
A LOUIS XV STYLE INLAID TULIPWOOD BOMBÉ COMMODE
Circa: 1930
A shaped yellow brèche marble top above two drawers with floral strung reserves, an apron with drop, hipped edges flowing to curvaceous legs, embellished with cast bronze mounts and sabots
Height: 80cm Width: 84cm Depth: 42cm

 600-800

456
AN ART DECO WROUGHT IRON HALL STAND
Circa: 1930
With a long central mirror flanked by textured slender splats, the central splats in the form of sinuous fruiting vines with tendrils, three rose sprigs to the upper section, the lower register with a geometric arrangement of square section rods and drip trays
Height: 191cm Width: 80cm Depth: 25cm

 350-550

457
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

 175-220

458
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

459
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

460
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

461
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

462
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

 700-1200

463
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

464
A SMALL CANE AND WALNUT STRETCHER-BASED BENCH
20th century
The Louis XVI style bench with hole to hole cane, fluted legs and a square section stretcher
Height: 53cm Length: 100cm Width: 35cm

 180-240

465
AN EDWARDIAN MAHOGANY SIDE TABLE
Early 20th century
The square topped table with canted edges and splayed turned legs united by an undertier
Height: 65cm Length: 51cm Width: 46cm

 60-100