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14th September 2010

Antique & Art Catalogue Including the George Parker estate collection, George had a lifetime interest in antiques amassing an impressive collection of ivory, walking sticks, china, porcelain and many other collections, also we have quality collections of Art Deco and Art Nouveau including Ferdinand Preiss and other bronze and ivory figurines, Keith Murray, Lalique and two important Oriental collections plus toys, ,money banks, samplers, treen, tortoishell tea caddy, rosewood dressing case, vintage Castrol sign, New Zealand military flare pistol, fishing reels, hats, bronze sculptures, magnificent collection of walking sticks of wood, carved ivory, marine ivory, Napoleonic bone carving, old hippo, warthog, walrus and elephant tusks, old carved ivory figural items, a special sporting section with silver and other golfing novelty pieces, Doulton golfing china, including a rare series ware sugar caster, rugby caps, photo of 1913 All Blacks, rare photo of the 1888/1889 "New Zealand Native Football Representatives", Waterford crystal glasses, epergne, GeorgeIII decanters, 23 pieces of Garry Nash glass, tribal items, New Zealand folk art, Crown Lynn, Feltex rug, Chinese and Japanese ceramics, Chinese jade and carved ivory pieces, Japanese netsukes, large ivory Indian elephant, Japanese woodblock prints, Poole, Clarice Cliff, including a rare "Subway Sadie" comport, Charlotte Rhead, Maling, Royal Worcester, Moorcroft including a large Pomegranate comport with a Liberty Tudric pewter base, Tinworth vase, Beswick wall birds and horses, pearl necklaces, gold chains, diamond rings, sovereigns, greenstone jewellery, a simply stunning Edith Morris silver and garnet necklace, miniatures, another fine offering of clocks and watches with a gent's Rolex Yachtmaster, Omegas, etc, silver snuff boxes, Dutch silver caster, Dutch silver mini house, claret jugs, decanter labels, George III marrow scoop, Paul Storr spoon, George II tablespoon, Persian, Afghan, Arak, Gabbeh rugs, Colonial kauri scotch chest, oak monk seat, George III wine table, Georgian dumb waiter, chairs, chests, Chinese and Japanese furniture, Dick Frizzell prints, S. White oils, Peggy Spicer, Badcock oils, Stanley Palmer watercolour plus many other fine prints and paintings.

Miscellaneous Sporting Items Glass Tribal ­ Artefacts New Zealand Historical Oriental China

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Jewellery Miniatures Clocks & Watches Silver Rugs Furniture Paintings & Prints

Tuesday 14th September 2010 at 5.00pm

490-532 533-536 537-602 603-694 695-722 723-764 765-798

The Sale may be viewed at the following times:

Friday 10th September Sunday 12th September Monday 13th September 9.00am - 5.00pm 11.00am - 3.00pm 9.00am - 5.00pm

CATALOGUES $12 A 12.5% percent buyers premium applies to this sale plus G.S.T. on premium = all up 14.06% FRONT COVER: Lot 532

FINE ART AUCTIONEERS AND APPRAISERS 180 Great South Road, Remuera, Auckland 1051, New Zealand P.O. Box 74071 Market Road Phone (09)523-1049 Fax (09)520-7186 Email [email protected] Website 1


The Catalogue

Measurements throughout are given in millimetres. The figures given along side each lot are guide prices only.

1 An old heavy brass lighthouse table lamp, the tapered cylindrical block type body with windows, the top with lamp above railed fencing, rocky type base. Height 300. $160 2 A large old brass hand bell with side plain brass collar to the turned wood handle, complete with knocker. Length 385, diameter 190. $180 3 A set of Victorian iron balance scales with brass pans. Length 530, to weigh 20 kilos. $120 4 A pair of old brass scales, the beam balance supports a dish and a pan, complete with brass Avery weights, raised on a rectangular timber plinth. Height 395. $150 5 A pair of old brass balance scales, the pans marked W. and T. Avery along with a selection of bucket weights in an old tobacco tin. $150 6 A vintage meccano tinplate bi-plane in RAF colours of blue, white and red, single engine, play worn, original maker's label to nose cone. Length 390, width 470. See page 5. $250 7 A vintage tin-plate English toy racing car with stream-lined body and long tail, lithographic printing in green, red and pale tan, clockwork mechanism. Length 280. In good working order and condition. $250 8 A Black Boy money bank, cast iron, marked with patent mark, original painted finish. Height 165. $180 9 A good Victorian cast metal money box, modelled as a man eating watermelon seated on a donkey drawn cart, lever activation causes young boy to startle the animal, the cart to tip and deposit a coin into its base, the plinth base moulded with the title, "Bad Accident". Width 260. See page 5. $550 10 A circa 1940s card lingerie box of large rectangular shallow form, the lid with lithograph of naked woman and black horse. Length 405, width 33. $110 11 A collection of privately and commercially printed books on poetry by Chagall, Judith Haswell, Lauris Edmond, the ancient Greek poet Ibykos plus a copy


of "Ancestors of the Mind, a Pakeha Whakapapa" and "The Sky is a Limpet" plus other short stories. $180 12 A good quality hand held silver plated magnifying glass of oblong shape with horn mounts and turned horn handle. Length 250. $120 13 A Victorian period needlework tapestry "Samuel anointeth Saul", 330 x 290, worked by G. Storrier, 1869. See page 5. $160 14 A George IV period sampler, "The Request", pictorial with religious verse, 500 x 400, work by Elizabeth Brown aged nine years, 1826. v $650 15 A Victorian period needlework tapestry of flowers in a classical two handled vase of oblong shape, 710 x 270. Framed behind glass. $100 16 Two old German collapsible top hats, both with retailer's labels. $100 17 An old German collapsible top hat in original box, with white bow tie and newspaper cutting. $100 18 A Victorian pin cushion formed from a cloven hoof with green velvet padded cushion. $80 19 A Victorian mahogany writing box with Tunbridge inlay to the hinged lid, the interior fitted with tooled leather compartments for ink, pen and papers. Height 215, width 280, depth 65. $180 20 An early 19thC glazed decorative panel of a rose and leaves in high relief, paint finish in soft red, dark green and brown on black ground in decoratively moulded octagonal frame with ebonised finish, the back inscribed in old script "The Property of ......" Height 185, width 170, depth 35. $150 21 An Art Deco period leadlight glazed panel of a stylised landscape with radiating sun, trees and lake in tones of mottled green, blue, orange and others, rectangular form. Length 550, height 360. $200 22 A 19thC Italian carved olive wood page turner, the finial with a finely detailed head of a woman, black and white inlay to the eyes, good old patina. Length 170. See page 5. $160 23 Three small old containers, includes 19thC papier mache horse shoe snuff box, oval coquilla nut container and a turned boxwood container. $110

24 Three 19thC treen boxwood items; a syringe holder, circular turned rouge pot and circular turned jeweller's pot. $110 25 Three 19thC small turned wooden boxes, includes draught form box with seal, larger turned wood box and other. $110 26 A Victorian period brass inkstand heavily embossed and decorated with forals and swags. Height 40, width 20, depth 170. $120 27 An old small brass Masonic hinge lidded box of octagonal form the mildly domed lid with Masonic emblems, "Work while it is daye" and with engraved stars and crescent moon. Diameter 115. $150 28 A late Georgian period mahogany tea caddy, with two compartments and heavy glass mixing bowl, decorative stringing to edges, metal handle added to top, with key, requires some attention. Height 60, width 300, depth 155. $450 29 A Georgian tortoiseshell tea caddy of rectangular shape with sarcophagus shaped lid, on four bun feet, the interior with two tortoiseshell lidded compartments, the rim of lid and base lined in ivory, requires minor attention. Height 140, width 180, depth 110. See page 5. $1600 30 A Victorian period tortoise shell card case of slender oval section, panelled with white metal stringing, ivory lined interior faces. Length 90. See page 5. $180 31 A good quality Regency period rosewood two compartment tea caddy of sarcophagus shape with ring side handles and flat bun feet. Width 300, with key. See page 5. $350 32 A Victorian period rosewood dressing/travelling box, the interior with its original compartments for pots etc, lift out tray, the lid with red Moroccan leather letter folder with English coat of arms, a drawer at the base opens to reveal jewellery compartments in original red Moroccan leather and velvet lining, the exterior with motherof-pearl and abalone diamond form inlays. Height 190, width 310, depth 230. $500 33 An Edwardian period Sheraton Revival tray, of kidney shape, decorated with flowers and musical instruments,


brass handles and wooden frilled gallery. Gallery requires some attention. Length 650, depth 340. $150 34 A late Victorian period set of skittles consisting of seven turned wooden skittles with red and black paint finish and a wooden ball. $100 35 An old brass cased circular barometer with suspension ring, the dial marked G. Coates & Co., Christchurch. Diameter 120. In wood case. $110 36 A Victorian flame mahogany medicine box of traditional rectangular form with brass inset panel to lid and escutcheon, the hinged lid enclosing a velvet lined fitted interior complete with a combination of 24 various bottles with contents, the central removable box and tray with scales, mortar and pestle, measuring vial, etc. Width 300, depth 215, height 160. See page 5. $675 37 A Sheraton Revival inlaid mahogany tray, kidney shaped, inlaid with a classical basket of fruit. The serpentine gallery with losses mounted with two bronze handles. Width 600. $120 38 A highly decorative Middle Eastern backgammon box with separate folding chess board card tray, profusely inlaid in a variety of coloured woods and mother-of-pearl, traditional intricate geometric design. Length 625, width 315. $450 39 A Victorian period brass bound walnut writing slope, of plain oblong shape with original fitted interior. Width 400. $280 40 A 19thC palm nut small lidded box in the form of an acorn with finely carved and turned decoration, with original internal bone rim. Length 80, minor faults. $260 41 A vintage optometrists model of an eye, professionally made by the "Central Scientific Co.", Chicago, U.S.A. of large size with movable parts and painted detail, housed in mahogany glazed case with makers plaques one detailed, "Myers' Model I Eye, patent patented October CT. 1912". Height 400, width 500, depth 80. $300 42 A small old brass compass, gimble mounted in old oak box. Height 100, width 130, depth 130. $120 43 A vintage Edison "The Fireside" cylinder phonograph in traditional oak cabinet with dome lid, complete with distressed blue finished horn and a quantity of cylinders. $700 44 A mahogany hinged lidded instrument

box, inset label to interior of Melbourne maker, brass key hole escutcheon, handle and locks to side. Height 215, width 155, depth 175. $180 45 A Johnson Optiscope Magic Lantern Projector, the japanned metal case with bellows slide mounted lens raised on a cast iron base, electric powered. $150 46 A vintage enamel `Castrol Wakefield Motor oil' sign of circular form in tones of red, yellow, black and white. Diameter 910, minor damage. See page 5. $2000 47 A small continental mahogany jewellery casket, modelled as a commode, the serpentine lid lifts to reveal four swing hinged compartments with velvet lining, the whole embellished with gilt metal mounts and handles. Height 240, width 160, depth 140. $150 48 A large brass bound teak ship's wheel with eight spokes and single side handle, large brass centre boss and wall mounted bracket. Diameter 1150. $450 49 A large old brass planter of oval shape with lion mask ring side handles, embossed decoration and four paw feet. Length 500. $150 50 A pair of novelty table top casters formed by natural small turtles with cavities cut into their top shells. Length 160. See page 5. $120 51 A pair of German military field glasses, in original leather case, WWI period, Berlin makers mark stamped near clasp. $100 52 An old Webley & Scott Limited N.Z. military flare pistol of brass construction with mahogany grips, pin fire, steel trigger hammer etc., punched maker's marks, N.Z. military markings and proof marks, overall in good condition with one small chip to one grip. Length 240. See page 5. $400 53 A vintage Leica M2 camera with Leitz summicron lense and original leather body case, in old leather bag with Auckland Trotting club and other `Press' passes. See page 5. $850 54 A vintage Ericsson & Co. "Commonwealth" wall phone of traditional form with silvered bells, note slope, wood grain finished tin battery cover, early model handset and earpiece with shaped back board, good semirestored condition. Height 720. $400 55 An old Indonesian kris, the handle carved as a winged seated figure, the scabbard with curled point as a cobra towards the handle, and with carved dragon and long scrolling

panel, the traditional blade with gilt highlights including a serpent form. Length overall 530, repair to hilt. $300 56 An old Indonesian kris, the finely carved dark hardwood handle with scrolling florals fitted to the layered steel blade with straight sides, burr timber scabbard with raised curving flange and polished brass cover with open section. Length overall 510. $260 57 A modern terrestrial globe, inlaid with various hard stones, jade, turquoise, abalone, agate, mother-of-pearl, etc. with lapis lazuli seas - on a gilt metal revolving stand with tripod base. Diameter 330, height 465. $250 58 An antique French wine maker's soufflé (studded leather and wood bellows) with iron mounts and original wood handle, c.1890. $200 59 A large old iron wall plaque of circular form, classical relief decoration with woman bust to the centre framed by cherubs, floral scrolls and small repeating circular panels, weathered old silvered finish. Diameter 600. $180 60 An old brass miner's lamp, made in Manchester, England. Height 240. See page 8. $120 61 An old chrome and brass miner's lamp made in England. Height 250. $100 62 A vintage Hardy 4" fly fishing reel, "The St John Mark II". $110 63 A "Hardy Viscount 150 Mk II" fly fishing reel with original packaging and box, double ring of circles pierced to spool, very good condition. $120 64 Two vintage wooden fly fishing reels; 5" English wooden Scarborough reel and oak and brass 3½" English Nottingham reel. $100 65 Three old metal fly fishing reels, includes Fjord, Pridex and J.W. Young & Sons Beaudex reels. $90 66 Six various fly fishing boxes containing flies, lures, etc., metal, wood and plastic, mostly vintage. $100 67 A modern white plaster classical bust "Auguste" on Corinthian column stand. Height overall 1430. $250 68 Two brown mink fur hats. $150 69 A French bowler hat with original labels to lining. $100 70 Two ocelot fur hats with an ocelot scarf. $180 71 Two brown mink fur hats. $150


72 A grey Persian lamb hat with suede embellishment around crown. $100 73 An arctic wolf pelt hat of Anna Karenina style. $150 74 An Edwardian period table cover of maroon wool embroidered with swirling spiral of gold silk, the fringe of crocheted triangular panels with a tassel to each end. Length 2600, width 2800. $100 75 An art Deco pale green glass light shade of stepped hexagonal geometric design. Height 290. $120 76 A 19thC marble statuette of a woman. She stands head tilted coyly, a garland of flowers around her rift. Some restoration. Height 580. $250 77 A late 19th Century Kashmiri sandalwood dressing table box with fine intricate trailing leaf and flower carved decoration and "bamboo" borders, length 300, with key. Together with old finely carved Kashmiri pen box. Length 245, minor faults. $120 78 An African carved marble bust of a bearded gent in traditional headdress and necklace, mainly polished finish with roughened highlights for hair and clothing, signed A. Makopa. Height 215. $180 79 An Australian emu egg, carved intaglio with a scene of a bower bird displaying beneath tree branches with a kookaburra and a possum. Height 125. See page 5. $150 80 A pair of C. F. Goldie books, "His Life and Painting", No. 455 in a limited edition - together with "Prints, Drawings & Criticism", No. 455. Both in good condition. $500 81 A Victorian period spelter figural table lamp of Art Nouveau style, young girl holding basket of flowers with trailing leaves and flowers behind, on circular wood plinth base, signed. Height 570 See page 11. $250 82 A decorative bronze statuette supporting a circular table mirror, modelled as a lightly clad female figure seated on a rocky outcrop, the mirror supported in a foliate frame behind her outstretched right arm, raised from a marble plinth base. Height 540. $400 83 A carved alabaster urn with goat mask finials and decorated in low relief with a leafy vine, supported by two cherubs, a fallen thryce and a tambourine. Signed on the tambourine E. Battiglio, Florenze. Height 570. $500

84 A pair of Art Nouveau pewter candlesticks, the drip trays in the form on sinuous stylised flowers, the column leading down to the round domed base with pierced Nouveau shapes. Height 180. $120 85 An Art Nouveau copper enamelled vase by W.H. Haseler, trumpet form body with round shoulder, repeating punched decoration to the exposed copper rims, the body and top enamelled in blue with fine speckled green highlights, minor damage, impressed marks to base. Height 225. See page 8. $250 86 A pair of 19th Century ivory and ebony floral ornaments with stylised leaf and stamen in ivory on three way ebony supports, spreading square and rectangular bases, some losses. Height 270 and 250. $150 87 An Art Nouveau kerosine heater cabinet of tall square section form, the dome top with star and other cutouts, decorative cast copper borders, side panel with coloured glass backing and base, blackened tin body, swing handle to top. Height 680, width 280. $300 88 An Art Deco period carved ivory figurine by L Walther, the standing young woman dancer holding the hem of her dress, signed to the base, raised on dark green marble plinth. Height 145. See page 11. $750 89 A fine pair of rare small Art Deco ivory figures by Ferdinand Preiss, model #1073, "Girl Drinking" and another similar naked kneeling female attending to her hair. Each figure in the kneeling position raised on green marble plinths and signed. The second figure with hand mirror absent. Height 82 and 79. See page 8. $5500 90 A pair of bronze and ivory Art Deco period figurines in driving garb, raised on green onyx circular plinth bases, finely detailed ivory carved faces. Height 150. See page 11. $3800 91 A chrome ashtray stand with two ashtrays flanking a chromed model of a military aeroplane, raised on an oak base. Width 590, height 310. Two propeller blades missing. $350 92 A 19thC bronze figure of winged victory, the figure with one foot balanced on a mottled black sphere raised on a sandstone cube and one arm reaching forward holding a wreath of laurel leaves. Height 750. See page 5. $900 92A A bronze, statuette "The Horse Tamer" after Guillaume Cousteau. The tamer stands holding the reins of a rearing

stallion. Signed on the plinth base. Raised on a black marble base. Height 290. See page 8. $800 93 An Edgar Mansfield sculpture. Animism series, bronze raised on a square stone plinth. Overall height 380. See page 8. $1800 94 A Gordon McCauslan sculpture. African series head, rimu. Height 345. See page 8. $500 95 A Brian Taylor sculpture "Pacific Genesis". Island mahogany and kauri. Entitled, signed and dated 1965 on a label underbase. Height 560. See page 8. $300 96 A military swagger stick, slender cane shaft with ball finial set with badge of the VIM Royal Military College. Length 700. See page 8. $70 97 A fine gentleman's cane, the finely grained wooden tapering shaft surmounted by a simple gold finial, above a stirrup shaped lug. Length 845. See page 8. $150 98 A riding crop, with cane shaft, white metal ferule embossed with spurs, jockey's hat, etc, framing and unengraved cartouche, antler handle. Length 770. See page 8. $100 99 A stained cedar walking stick, the shaft with wrythen turning, ivory tip and ivory inlays, the handle made of marine ivory. Length 930. See page 8. $150 100 An ebony walking stick, the tapering shaft of sections divided by fine ivory discs, the handle carved as a dragon head with ivory inlaid eyes. Length 850. See page 8. $125 101 A tapering light timber walking stick, with antler handle, the handle inlaid with a shield of paua shell, the stick with brass and ivory-like ferules. Length 835. See page 8. $125 102 A malaca cane walking stick, with decoratively engraved silver ferrule and ivory handle. Length 800. $175 103 A malaca cane walking/sword stick with bone handle, the shaft bound with copper wire, the handle inlaid with timber bosses. Length 890. See page 8. $220 103A A sword stick walking cane, the shaft of stained bone sections, antler grip to the bone and brass handle. Length 925. $550 104 An ivory walking stick, the sectional shaft turned and carved simulating bamboo, the handle finished as a bird's head. Length 870. See page 8. $450


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105 A whalebone walking stick, with brass tip and turned finial, separated from the stick by a fine ivory ferrule. Length 850. See page 8. $500 106 A walking stick with ebonised wood shaft and curved sterling silver hallmarked handle. Length 915. See page 8. $200 107 A walking stick, the shaft made of a shark's vertebrae, with sterling silver ferrule and turned walnut finial. Length 850. See page 8. $400 108 A souvenir of Pitcairn Island walking stick, the finial formed as a hand grasping a rock, and stamped Pitcairn, the shaft of highly grained timber. Length 905. See page 8. $150 109 A rosewood walking cane, slightly tapering shaft and sterling silver finial. Length 790. See page 8. $150 110 A large gentleman's club Victorian period cigar lighter with silver gimballed spherical lamp and fitting supported from an elephant ivory tusk handle, London 1898, maker Joseph Braham. Length 460. $650 111 A Napoleonic prisoner of war spinning Jenny c.1810, the top with seated woman wearing traditional Celtic high hat in front of a spinning wheel with small windmill beside, all above a base with turned supports to the cog and hand operated pully,pedestal base. Height 120, minor damage. See page 8. $850 112 A Georgian period ivory patch box of mildly waisted circular form, the lid with a hand painted portrait miniature of a woman in lace bonnet behind the glass panel with gilt mount. Diameter 42, height 23. See page 10. $175 113 A small carved ivory elephant on mammoth tooth base and a 19thC carved ivory needle case. $110 114 An ivory table lamp in the form of a large piece of hollow elephant tusk, the exterior carved with an elephant under a date palm and a fortified palace, on an old wooden base. Height 210, diameter 140. $250 115 An unusual ivory knife rest, carved as two blocks united by a cylindrical rod, the blocks surmounted by carved seated puppies, with inlaid marcasite eyes. Width 78, $125 116 An old carved ivory bust of a gentleman wearing an unusual turban and a draped cloak across his shoulder. Repair to neck. Height 105. See page 10. $125

117 A small carving in ivory of an elephant with trunk raised, on wooden plinth. Length 80. $100 118 An ivory cylindrical ruler of sectional rod form, the ends with circular and lineal decoration stained red and black. Length 380. $220 119 A walrus tusk cribbage board with fine scrimshaw decoration of Eskimo, elk with sled, hand holding long stemmed flower (family lineage) with peg holes alongside, seals on ice blocks to tip end, the back with seal hunting scene, black stained engraving. Length 605. $300 120 A whalebone cylinder (needle case), unscrews in the middle and with six holes at either end. Length 160. $120 121 A 19thC German carved ivory recumbent stag mounted on a heavy steel base as a letter press, later carved ivory antlers with stained detail. Length of base 135, width 70. $160 122 An old African carved ivory lidded box of oval section, deep relief detail of elephants amongst trees and repeating stylised leaf boarder. Width 105, depth 95, height 100. See page 21. $400 123 A finely carved sperm whale's tooth as an eagle's head with a curved beak and well defined feathers. Length 130. See page 10. $300 124 A large warthog tusk, a boar tusk and a sea lion's tooth, the largest length 240. $125 125 An impressive large hippopotamus tusk, dramatically curved and with natural wear at the tip end, some repair to rim at opposite end. Length 360, weight 2.15kilos. See page 10. $500 126 A large old ivory elephant tusk with attractive surface wear and yellow patina. On ornate carved wood stand. Length 950, weight 5.5kilos. See page 10. $2500 127 A pair of walrus tusks, dense marine ivory with some fine natural cracks. Longest 275. See page 10. $175 128 An old ivory elephant tusk. Length 625, weight 3.3kilos. See page 10. $1200 129 An ivory boar's tusk, scrimshaw with five portraits of African game animals, mounted with metal stand. Width 190. See page 10. $180 129A A scrimshaw whale's tooth, engraved with Shakespearean theatrical character to one side, and a dancer to the other. Length 130. See page 10. $275

129B A scrimshaw whale's tooth, engraved with a naive American crest, a portrait and an architectural study. Length 110. See page 10. $275 130 A whale's tooth carved with a portrait bust of the god Pan, signed John Roberts, 20thC. Height 145. See page 10. $225 131 A necklace of strung ivory pieces, in similar fashion to vertebrae, signed by John Roberts. Diameter 280. See page 10. $300 132 A Des Baker carved bone figure of a young possum holding his curving tail, the engraved hair detail stained with brown and black, glass inset eyes, signed with artist's initials. Height 63. See page 10. $200 133 A large walrus tusk, relief carved decoration by Des Baker (New Zealand), signed and dated 2003, depicting polar bears and walrus, some traces of colouring. Length 630. $550 134 An old ivory tusk section with later scrimshaw by Des Baker, "The Tiger Hunt", finely worked depicting hunter being attacked on back of elephant, black and dark red-brown colourings, signed, silver mounts and large cabochon ends. Length 260. $700 135 A well carved study of two tuataras in bone, the reptiles in close repose. Length 315. See page 10. $225

136 An early 20thC silver plate golfing egg cruet, the shaped square base with gold club supports to the top bar with golf ball handle and feet, the four baluster removable egg cups and four spoons fitted to the tray. Maker's marks for Walker & Hall. See page 10. $280 137 An early 20thC silver plate ash tray of circular form with silver plate gutty ball to the centre, maker Walker & Hall. Diameter 115 and a golf bag manicure set. See page 10. $80 138 Two various golfing theme dishes, the copper small dish with relief figure of an early 20thC golfer. Diameter 200. The silver plate ash tray of oval form with golf club and gutty ball to rim. Length 120. See page 10. $100 139 An early 20thC silver plate golfing theme six slice toast rack, the dividers as crossed golf clubs with golf club to the top as a handle, further mounted with four gutty golf balls. Length 180. See page 10. $400



140 Two golfing theme items, includes a silver teaspoon, the handle as three clubs with golf ball finial, Birmingham 1931, Walker & Hall and a silver plate gutty golf ball pepperette raised on a stand with three golf club head feet. $110 141 Two silver golfing trophies, one with bowl form supported on three golf clubs with golf ball to base, Birmingham 1931, Walker & Hall. Height 90. The other with crossed clubs to the base, Birmingham 1933, Walker & Hall. Height 70. $120 142 A pair of early 20thC pewter pint mugs of plain tapered cylindrical form, the base of each with red flashed and white glass etched panel depicting a golfer with a broken club. Height 120. $150 143 An early 20thC golf club walking stick, the mahogany handle as a golf club head with ebony fitted section, the tapered handle with brass capped end. Length 880. $275 144 A boxed set of six silver golfing teaspoons, the decorative handles with crossed golf clubs and balls, gilded bowls, Birmingham hallmarks from 1923 to 1932. $160 145 Four publications related to golf, includes two books on golf, "Miller's Golf Memorabilia", "Golf" by David Stirk and two Phillips golf catalogues. $100 146 A large Spode mug decorated in relief with a golfer and his caddy, with another caddy to the back, the handle in the form of a hunting whip, white on a pale green grey ground. Height 70, diameter 105. $120 147 Two Royal Doulton jugs decorated in the Charles Crombie golfing pattern, damage to both. Height 120 and 100. $120 148 A Royal Doulton bowl, decorated in the Charles Crombie golfing pattern, frilled rim. Diameter 240 See page 8. $120 149 A Royal Doulton side plate decorated in the Charles Crombie golfing pattern. Diameter 185. $80 150 A rare Royal Doulton sugar caster decorated in the Charles Crombie golfing pattern. Height 155. See page 8. $550 151 A large Royal Doulton plate decorated in the Charles Crombie golfing pattern. Diameter 270. $150 152 A large Doulton Kingsware jug decorated in relief with golfers in the Charles Crombie manner. Height 225, diameter 115. See page 8. $450

153 Two tennis theme items, includes a silver trophy cup with crossed tennis rackets to the base, height 78, Birmingham 1931, and a silver plate napkin ring with racket and ball to the rim. $110 154 A rare vintage photograph in an old timber frame under glass of the 18881889 "New Zealand Native Football Representatives", otherwise known as the New Zealand Native football team, a commercial formal studio shot including James Scott and Thomas Eyton with hand touched bush setting, the photo with photographer's name E.B.S. Mercer and "Copyright", with original printed details below of the players, "Names in English & Maori with Ages & Weights of Players", photo size 247 x 350. This team toured Britain, Australia and New Zealand, and was composed mainly of players of Maori ancestry although several Pakeha were included in the squad, the tour was organised by Joseph Warbrick. See page 10. $2200. 155 Two vintage rugby team photos, includes the 1913 All Black team, the photo embossed with "The Zack Studios Wellington N.Z.", in original frame under glass, 145 x 195 and a c.1880/1890 period photo of the Auckland Football Team, a studio shot in a relaxed style, in later thin timber frame under glass, 155 x 195. $220 156 A 1925 official rugby programme "England v. New Zealanders" complete with players, times, dates and advertising etc., 250 x 370, in mahogany frame under glass. $1100 157 Three vintage New Zealand rugby caps, includes two for the Auckland Rugby Union dated 1928 and 1929, the other embroidered PHS1stXV 1968. $180 158 A vintage photographic image of the "N.Z. All Black Football Team 19051906" also known as "The Originals", a formal image of the team in three rows with ivy clad building behind, the oak mount with white painted detail of 31 United Kingdom matches, team names etc. Image size 355 x 570, in later frame under glass. See page 10. $1000 159 A vintage photograph of W.G. Grace depicted with a long beard and cricket bat under his left arm, a section of picket fence to his right, 215 x 160. In mahogany frame under glass. William Gilbert Grace (1848-1915) made cricket perhaps the first modern spectator sport and developed most of the techniques of modern batting, he was a doctor by profession and played cricket as an amateur. $250

160 A set of six Lalique champagne flutes with frosted and moulded decoration to the top of the stems. Height 220. $300 161 A set of eight Lalique glass goblets, plain design with frosted knops at the base of the stem modelled with bunches of grapes. Height 160, engraved marks Lalique, France. $300 162 A modern Lalique plate, the interior decorated with impressed peacock and the date 1970. Etched signature and France to base and original paper label, in original Lalique box. Diameter 210. $280 163 A Lalique cendrier dish of circular form, the centre mounted with a leaping fish with frosted detail, paper label and engraved mark. Diameter 97, height 90. $120 164 A modern Lalique glass paper weight modelled with a siren. Height 95. Etched mark Lalique France in script. $120 165 A modern Lalique frosted glass bird. Length 105. Etched mark Lalique, France, in script. $120 166 A Lalique French art glass sculpture of a female partridge bird, naturalistically modelled with fine feather detail in frosted finish, etched maker's marks to base. Height 135. See page 11. $250 167 A Lalique lidded trinket box, the lid in the cactus pattern, etched Lalique France, to base. Height 50, diameter 110. $250 168 A pair of Lalique perfume bottles, in the dahlia pattern, both with Lalique, France etched to base and with original stoppers. Height 130 and 80. $350 169 A Lalique perfume bottle, in the cactus pattern with original stopper, etched Lalique, France to base together with a Lalique glass ornament in the form of a poppy head, stem marked "Lalique". Height 120, diameter of flower 100. $350 170 A Lalique clear and frosted glass circular dish decorated with scrolls and circles. Diameter 100, etched mark Lalique France in script, post 1945. Tiny rim chip. $100 171 A large heavy Lalique glass bowl in the Roscoff pattern (fish and bubbles) etched Lalique, France to base. Diameter 345. See page 11. $450 172 A Rene Lalique "Ondines" (Sirens) opalescent glass platter, of flat cir-


















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cular form with relief moulded swirling maidens to the base, engraved signature and "No 3003". Diameter 279. See page 11. $4000 173 A green glass car mascot "Coq Nain", marked R. Lalique in raised capitals on circular foot. Height 205. See page 11. $600 174 Seven Waterford crystal wine goblets, on long faceted stems, in the Lismore pattern. Height 190. $400 175 A set of four Waterford crystal wine glasses, hand shaped bowls with thumb cutting, raised on faceted stems. $180 176 Two Waterford Colleen pattern crystal wine goblets, Colleen pattern. $120 177 A set of eight Waterford Colleen pattern wine glasses with short knopped stems. $350 178 A set of six Waterford Colleen pattern liquor glasses. $250 179 A set of six crystal Waterford Colleen pattern sherry glasses. $250 180 An early 20thC WMF lustre glass bonbon dish, green glass with dribbled decoration, silver plated rim and swing handle. Diameter 120. $120 181 An Art Nouveau tall art glass vase with tapered body, frilled rim and spreading foot, multi coloured speckled finish trailed with yellow, orange and black bands. Height 315. $120 182 A Victorian period cranberry vaseline glass epergne, with frilled base, one large central trumpet and three smaller trumpets. Height 560, diameter 270. See page 11. $350 183 A pair of Val St. Lambert figural pressed glass candlesticks in the form of the Madonna with sacred heart, removable bobeches with attached crystal lustres. Height 310. $150 184 A George III period cut crystal decanter of barrel form with three ring neck, panel cut shoulders, diamond cutting to body with flutes to base, mushroom stopper. Height 290. See page 33. $260 185 A George III period barrel form cut crystal decanter with three ring neck, panel cut shoulders, diamond cutting to body, star cut base and mitred mushroom stopper. Height 300. See page 33. $240 186 Two 1950's milk glass trumpet shaped vases with black "Zamba" figural painted decoration of Zulu dances. Height 125 and 150. $150

187 A pair of vintage Murano classical figures, the gent with long tailed jacket supporting a candlestick nozzle, his companion with a large floral bouquet, variable red colourway with gold flecked clear sections. Heights 320 & 260. See page 11. $350 188 An Edinburgh crystal decanter with commemorative etching to front "To Commemorate the Marriage of His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales to Lady Diana Spencer, 29th July 1981", in original box and with Certificate No. 698 of 1000. $150 189 Two wine goblets by Peter Vesnik, with bell shaped bowls raised on tall stems with drawn piece at shoulder, multicoloured inclusions, signed under foot, dated 1987. Height 260. $110 190 A Peter Raos paperweight, clear glass enclosing a flower head shape and myriad of bubbles. Signed, dated 1995. Along with another, frosted glass with a cut "window" to reveal a multicoloured flower inside. See page 11. $110 191 A Garry Nash free form glass vase, clear glass with Sommerso red and blue, along with gold leaf flecked inclusions. Etched signature and date '02. Height 140. See page 11. $100 192 Two Garry Nash goblets, one with white and peach bloom bowl raised on a freeform foliate stem from a circular foot, the other with a mottled yellow and blue bowl raised on a single knopped stem. Etched signature and date '99. $120 193 Two Garry Nash glass goblets, one with clear glass fluted bowl raised on red air twist stem and clear circular foot, another frosted glass with mottled inclusions in the bowl. $140 194 A Garry Nash cast glass relief figure, medieval style, sea blue colour, unsigned. Height 150. See page 11.$100 195 A pair of Garry Nash goblets, blue spherical bowls raised on tall frosted stems and circular feet, together with a cylindrical bowled goblet raised on stepped square foot. $110 196 A pair of Garry Nash hot caste black glass annealed finish bookends, stepped stairway shape. Height 170. $150 197 A single Garry Nash hot cast glass bookend, annealed finish, deep cobalt blue colourway, stepped staircase form. $140 198 Three Garry Nash emerald green champagne flutes with tapering

ribbed flutes raised on clear knopped stems, engraved signature, date '93. Height 215. $110 199 Three Garry Nash glass champagne flutes, two with frosted webbed bowls raised on frosted stems along with another, with cobalt blue flute raised on clear knopped stem, engraved signature, date '93. Height 220. $110 200 A large Garry Nash shoulder vase, cobalt blue with intaglio diamond wheel cutting to the shoulder. Engraved signature and dated '94. Height 455. See page 11. $400 201 An early Garry Nash cast glass bowl, clear glass with cobalt blue flashing. Cast in high relief with bands of overlapping leaves, small chips to rim, engraved signature, dated '94 and numbered # 1. Diameter 240, height 110. See page 11. $300 202 A Garry Nash glass vase, clear ovoid body with wrythen fluting, black at the rim and raised on small black foot. Height 150. $100 203 Large Garry Nash squat circular large vase, frosted emerald green with scattered colourful murrines. Height 270. See page 11. $350 204 A large Garry Nash squat circular frosted blue glass vase, with intaglio wheel cutting to the shoulder, engraved signature and date '95. Height 290. See page 11. $300 205 A large Garry Nash flattened ovoid vase. Celadon blue colour with web of trailing red/brown overlay. Height 315. See page 11. $300 206 A Garry Nash circular glass shallow bowl, powder blue with intaglio diamond wheel cut design around the rim. Incised signature and date '94. Diameter 355. See page 11. $125 207 A Garry Nash glass vase. Translucent emerald green, ovoid with intaglio diamond wheel cutting at the shoulder. Height 190. See page 11. $150 208 A Garry Nash flattened ovoid vase. Deep red colour with scattered murrines. Etched signature and date '03. Height 215. See page 11. $125 209 A Garry Nash flattened ovoid vase free blown form. Lime green with feather-leaf pattern and fine trailed red veining. Unsigned. Height 295. See page 11. $125 210 A Garry Nash circular vase. Acid etched teal blue colour, wheel engraved with flower head abstract designs. Unsigned. Diameter 250. See page 11. $150




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211 A Garry Nash heavy free blown shallow glass bowl, circular, uranium and clear glass. Etched signature "02. Diameter 260. See page 11. $100 212 A Garry Nash free form blown palm tree goblet, the cranberry bowl raised on an irridescent blue stem with a collar of green palm leaves and clear foot. Original Sunbeam Glass Studio label affixed underneath. Etched signature and date '94. Height 180. See page 11. $100 213 A Garry Nash rectangular slab dish. Black glass with gold leaf inclusions. Unsigned. 280 x 225. $100

222 An old Maori small model Taiaha of stylised carved form, the tongue and blade with lineal and notch carvings, paua inserts, the neck with a band of small feathers, possibly Huia. Length 635, repair to shaft. $350 223 An early/mid 20thC Maori carved wall mask of a Maori woman with a moko to chin and red painted head scarf, black and white painted highlights. Height 250, width 145. See page 17. $180

214 An old Solomon Islands large carved wood crocodile with relief carved spiked ridges and scales, open mouth with sharp teeth, mother-of-pearl inset eyes, black finish. Length 950. $325 215 A good Fijian whaletooth tambua, with attractive patination, suspended on a plaited coir rope, the suspension hole at one end broken out. Width 190. See page 17. $300 216 A New Britain stone headed club, the wooden shaft with discoid head and stone pineapple finial. Length 1100. $250 217 A Chokwe tribal mask with remnants of white pigment to the visage, slit slender almond eyes, raised scarification to cheeks and forehead. Raised on display stand. Height 400. $180 218 An African Chokwe tribal mask with slit slender almond eyes and chevron scarification to cheeks. Remnants of white pigment to visage. Pierced for attachment of vegetable coiffure, raised on display stand. Height 320. $180 219 An African carved wooden mask with applied copper wire decoration to the forehead and vegetative coiffure. Scarification to cheeks and punch work decoration to lips and forehead raised on display stand. Height 460. $180 220 A carved African ivory figure in the manner of a Mkonde carving, with exaggerated slender limbs. Height 110. $110 221 A mid 20thC Maori carved rimu small side table, the lozenge form top with stylised figures in relief on fully carved ground, minimal carving to rounded square section column, the spreading square base entirely decorated with lineal and notch carving, c.1940, paua insets to eyes, some missing. Height 505. $220


224 Two sterling silver and greenstone teaspoons, one embossed with Maori figure to the bowl, Birmingham 1922, the other with embossed Kiwi finial, Birmingham 1926. $120 225 A New Zealand colonial gold and greenstone sword brooch by "Paterson", 9ct. gold with engraved fancy mounts, old repair. See page 31. $100 226 A colonial New Zealand made engraved gold band ring by Samuel Drew, finely engraved with repeating stylised bands, embossed twice with maker's mark. See page 33. $120 227 Five vintage New Zealand exhibition medallions, includes three various from the 1906-1907 Christchurch Exhibition, 1 x 1882 and 1 x 1889-1890. $100 228 Five historical New Zealand items, includes four New Zealand silver and blue enamel medals marked Borough of Otahuhu and an 1874 penny token for George McCaul, Thames goldfields. $110 229 A silverplated muffin dish, of two shell shaped sections which hinge down from a central supporting frame to reveal an interior fitted with a pierced grill, engraved with presentation inscription "To Alexander Naismith on his departure from the S.S. Rotomohana to join the S.S. Monowhai in 1894". Height 290 $200 230 A Titian studio Maui platter of shaped rectangular form with relief seabirds as handles and depiction of Maui fishing up New Zealand in relief to the centre, tones of brown, green/ blue etc., impressed factory marks to back. Length 310, width 190. See page 17. $260 231 A Crown Lynn "Legend" plate of rounded square form, relief decoration of various New Zealand emblems including Kiwi, Taiaha head, tuatara and various foliage, the dark deep olive green matt ground with gilt to the raised highlights. Diameter 280. $300


232 A Crown Lynn crafted bottle form vase with decoration by Daniel Seenstra in a floral black design on brown ground, printed marks. Height 250. $250 233 A Crown Lynn hand potted large vase, the spherical body with banded rings, flared open neck, short cylindrical foot, mat white glaze, shape #24. Height 225. See page 21. $450 233A A Crown Lynn hand potted vase of flared form. Supplied to the Royal Oak Pottery as a blank and decorated with banded tones of green, grey, brown and red on cream ground. Incised #46 to base. Height 185. See page 21. $150 234 A Crown Lynn hand potted float bowl of wide circular form, matt white glaze, shape #51. Diameter 295. $120 234A A Crown Lynn hand potted vase of ovoid form with ringed neck and foot. Supplied as a blank to the Royal Oak Pottery and decorated there in deep blue with gold bands, incised number #13 to base. Height 180. $150 234B A Crown Lynn small hand potted vase of spherical form with ring neck and foot, matt white glaze, shape #9. Diameter 130, height 105. $120 235 A vintage Mirek Smisek salt glazed bowl, the rim with a band of repeating stylised design, rich manganese salt glaze and impressed potter's mark. Diameter 225, height 155. $180 235A A N.Z. ceramic circular wall plaque, Matt Nisbett, initialled PK, entitled Tapa III, firing flaws to back. Diameter 420. $100 236 A Briar Gardner squat circular pottery vase, lemon yellow and green drizzling glazes, inverted rim, incised signature under base. Diameter 140. $140 237 A Len Castle coffee pot of baluster form, open tapered spout, the dome lid with knob finial, Shun glaze. Height 190. Provenance gift from potter to vendor early 1970s. $100 238 A vintage Feltex Auckland Harbour rug, depicting the harbour bridge and city landscape with Auckland City crest to foreground. 69 x 134, has been hung on a wall and in very good condition, with old label to reverse. See page 11. $450 238A A Jane Brenkley carving entitled "Maori Slave Girl" depicting a woman carrying a bundle of firewood, painted highlights. Height 205. See page 17. $300


239 A Bosun's wall plaque, circular form with Hillary and Tenzing on Everest entitled "Conquest of Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary & Tenzing Norgay, 29th May 1953". Some wear to paint finish. Diameter 360. $350 240 A printed picture of Jean Batten signed and dated by Jean, 1934, glued to black backing card. $150 241 A New Zealand native woods apprentice scotch chest, the top hat drawer with a pair of small drawers either side and three full width drawers below, carved corbels, wood and metal handles, moulded top edge and plinth base. Height 570, width 480, depth 295 $400 242 Two vintage New Zealand original paintings, includes a "Kiwi" oil on board with bush background in decorative kauri frame, 260 x 405 and a watercolour and ink on paper of a "New Zealand Pigeon" by P.J. Rhind, in a kauri chip carved frame under glass, 215 x 155. $200

243 A Chinese cloisonne ginger jar of tall ovoid shape with floral decoration on a deep turquoise ground. Height 230. $200 244 A large old Chinese brass tripod incense burner with dragon mask ring side handles, pierced domed cover with dragon finial. Height 400. $200 245 An old Chinese shagreen spectacle case of long lozenge form, fitted lid, wood interior and decorative white metal mounts. Length 180. See page 20. $200 246 An old Chinese mallet bodied bottle vase with peach bloom glaze with soft green flecked highlights, Kangxi marks to base in under glaze blue. Height 228. See page 17. $26000 247 A good Chinese ink tablet. Rare in original rosewood box. Carved to the lid with calligraphic inscriptions and seal mark, the ink stone similarly carved with inscriptions and seals above a circular depression. 255 x 170 x 45 overall. See page 17. $1800 247A A Chinese carved hardwood scholar's ink board carved in low relief with bats on a field of clouds. The design in circles and oval depression for ink. 160 x 100. See page 17. $125 248 An pair of old Chinese cloisonne vases with ovoid bodies and narrow waisted necks, decorated with panels of exotic birds and dragons and with


decorative floral bands, multicoloured tones on blue ground. Height 185. See page 17. $350 249 An impressive Chinese finely carved olive stone intricately worked as a Sampan with gods and figures raised on a conforming carved base. The hull of the vessel engraved in extreme miniature calligraphy with an inscription of over 130 characters. Width 45. See page 20. $750 250 A Chinese porcelain ovoid ginger jar with lid. Painted in polychrome enamels with a dragon festival procession, numerous children and adults encircle the jar. Height 280. See page 17. $450 251 A Chinese ovoid ginger jar decorated in bright enamels with two exotic ho-ho birds in a rocky landscape with various chrysanthemum blooms and two pairs of songbirds. No lid. Height 230. See page 17. $450 252 A pair of large Chinese vases decorated in underglaze blue with panels of figures and birds, reserved on a ground of foliate tendrils. Foliate moulded handles issue from the neck. Height 420. $750 253 A Chinese porcelain moon flask. Typical circular shape with handles to the shoulder. Sang de bouef reddishbrown glaze, impressed Ching Dynasty, Qian Long Reign - mark under base. Height 215. See page 17.$2000 254 A Chinese porcelain bottle vase, with dark black-brown glaze. Height 150. See page 17. $350 255 A Chinese Song Dynasty wine ewer, dark glaze with mottling, sinuous spout fixed to the neck with a small scroll, ribbed handle with lug at apex and similarly lugged cover. Height 265. $500 255A An old Chinese blue and white ginger jar with traditional decoration of dragons and phoenix amongst clouds, brushed decoration on pale blue ground, no lid. See page 20.$300 256 A large Chinese rouleau vase. The swollen body decorated in underglaze blue with flowering tendrils, a square pennant, further bands at the swollen waist. Chip at foot and hairline on rim. Height 395. $550 257 A pair of Chinese porcelain vases, shouldered shape, with insipient lion handles on the neck, decorated in cobalt underglazed blue with figures of scholars and attendants in garden scenes. Minor damage to handles. Height 320. See page 20. $350

258 A small Chinese porcelain vase, squat circular with trumpet shaped neck with two handles and mottled brown, olive glaze. Brush point double line blue circle under foot. Height 145. See page 17. $350 259 A provincial Chinese lidded jar, decorated with moulded designs of dragons and ho-ho bird, lion mask handles issue from the sides, the lid with a cloud pennant freeze, restoration to handle. Height 250. $250 260 A graduated set of three Chinese porcelain lidded jars. Each decorated with a profusion of song birds amongst flowers in underglaze blue. Tallest 280, smallest 205. $180 261 A large Chinese jardiniere decorated and underglazed with an encircling scene of figures in a landscape and garden. A square fret scroll decorates the shoulder and a blossom pattern decorates the flattened rim. Height 310, diameter 330. See page 20. $1600 262 An early 20thC Canton famille rose punch bowl with all over polychrome decoration with alternate panels of figures within a courtyard and florals with birds, rose medallion pattern, printed mark to base. Diameter 400, height 157. $1500 263 A small square Chinese jardiniere. Painted to each face in polychrome with landscapes and precious objects. Calligraphic inscriptions and signatures to two panels. Height 110. See page 20. $250 264 A Chinese ku form vase. Cobalt blue underglaze. Small hairline at rim. Height 200. See page 17. $250 265 A pair of Chinese ovoid vases, painted in polychrome with children playing in a garden scene, inscribed with calligraphy to the reverse. Small handles at the shoulders. Height 220. See page 17. $550 266 A Chinese porcelain circular bowl, painted in polychrome enamels with a scene of scholars in a bamboo grove, an inscription in brush point to the reverse, seal marked. Height 110. $400 267 A small Chinese porcelain cylindrical vase, painted in polychrome enamels with an exotic bird perched in a blossom branch, decorated with a square fret pattern at the rim and tab pattern at the foot, six character Guangxu, mark under the foot. Height 120. $250 268 A Chinese underglazed blue decorated jar, ovoid shape with lid, deco-


rated with a chrysanthemum and encircling bands. Height 195. $450 269 A Chinese tulip vase, the multi apertured body with a tall neck issuing from the centre. The body decorated in underglazed blue with sinuous dragons amongst fire and clouds. Height 175. See page 20. $560 270 A pair of large impressive Chinese porcelain vases decorated in polychrome enamels with scenes of nobles and equestrian warriors encircling the body. A diaper band encircles the shoulder, decorated with precious objects in reserved panels. The scene encircles the neck of a nobleman and attendant children. Six character marks in underglazed blue within a double circle under the foot for Kangxi. Height 355. See page 20. $6000 270A An old Chinese porcelain vase of baluster form with sparse under glaze red painted decoration of a coastal landscape. Height 215. See page 17. $550 271 A fine Chinese peach bloom glazed porcelain bowl with moulded petal shaped rim and some crackle to glaze in the well, marked underneath with "Quing Dynasty Daoguang". Seal mark under the foot. Diameter 190. See page 20. $700 272 A pair of rare Imperial Chinese Qianlong mark and period famille rose porcelain wine cups, polychrome enamelled with bats and Buddhist flowers on plum ground, turquoise interiors, gold to the top rims (minor wear and very minor glaze flaws), 18th century. Diameter 60. See page 20. $36000 272A A pair of Chinese bottle vases, Kangxi rain mark, the square body decorated with underglazed blue foliate tendrils and flower heads. The tapering neck decorated with a stiff leaf pattern, raised on small circular bases. Some chips. Height 170. $160 273 A elongated ovoid bottle form glass vase, etched and engraved in intaglio with a scene of Manchurian cranes in a landscape overlooking a fruiting bough above a turbulent stream, a square fret border encircles the rim, slight colour added to enhance the decoration. Height 355. $300 273A A heavy malachite glass Buddha in traditional lotus position. Height 220, width 155. $350 274 A double antique Chinese mandarin's cuff, silk embroidery on silk, scenes of figures in a garden in shades of blue, brown, pale apricot and ivory, 650 X 300. Framed under glass. $500

275 A large Chinese gilt metal figure of a standing goddess with lotus leaf and flower staff, standing on lotus throne with octagonal base. Height 1440. $800 276 A carved Chinese figure Kuan Yin. The Goddess sits in serene repose. Height 260. See page 17. $550 277 A Chinese root stock carving representing longevity. A carved portrait of the god Shou Xing issues from the double gourd vine, a small bat sits upon one of its branches. Height 345. $550 278 A good large Chinese rosewood carving of the goddess Kuan Yin. She stands holding a chrysanthemum blossom in her right hand, in her left hand she holds a censor and a gourd hangs from a ribbon at her waist. Chrysanthemums decorate her coiffure. Height 1170. See page 20.$3000 279 A fine mutton fat Chinese jade pendant. Circular shape with suspension lug. Carved to one face with a scene of a scholar and attendant and verso with with calligraphic inscription. The suspension lug carved as Reishi fungus. Height 60. See page 20. $600 280 A Chinese white and apple green jade pendant ornately carved and pierced with birds, fish and lotus leaves. Length 65, with 14ct. gold mount and suspension ring. Hair crack. $200 280A A Chinese mutton fat jade pendant. Rectangular shape, carved to one face with a Buddha seated on lotus throne and verso with a four character seal mark, square fret scrolls surround and surmount both sides. Height 42. See page 20. $350. 281 A Chinese bamboo brush pot, with calligraphy in low relief carved to the walls. Height 140. $350 282 A pair of amber coloured stone Chinese seal chops, each chop engraved intaglio with different seals and calligraphic inscriptions to one side. Enclosed in a fitted wooden stand with cover. Width 80. $300 283 A Chinese calligrapher's brush with the handle made of a large piece of deep red stained coral, a ferrule of bone holds the fine soft bristles. Length 435. $400 284 A Qi Bashi, Chinese 1864-1957 fish study, black ink on rice paper with calligraphy and red stamped seal. 750 X 315, gilt frame under glass. $2000

285 An large impressive Burmese bronze figure of the seated Buddha in lotus position with earth touching mudra, on lotus throne, old verdigris patina. Height 980 See page 20. $4000 286 A Burmese silver scabbarded sword, the hilt with a similar silver section heavily engraved to confirm with the scabbard, with an elephant tusk finial. Length 1290. See page 20. $900 287 A Burmese silver scabbarded knife, the hilt with a conforming silver section, similarly embossed as the scabbard, with ivory finial. Length 360. $225 288 An Indian ivory chess set, traditional design, red and ivory coloured pieces. Height of king 90 (one piece broken). Together with modern Italian musical chess top table. Length 440, height 500. $200 289 An Indian ivory carving of a female diety, standing on lotus plinth, with four arms, two raised holding lotus blossoms, raised on wooden plinth. Height 215. See page 20. $200 290 An Indian ivory diety figure, the four armed diety issues from the mouth of a leaping fish, items absent from lower hands, raised on circular wooden plinth. Height 165. See page 20. $125 291 An Indian carved ivory study of the god Ganesh, he sits holding attributes in raised hands on a throne carved in low relief with rats before a circular mandala. Height 100. See page 20. $150 292 An Indian ivory carving of the god Ganesh, raised on a wooden plinth base. Height 110. $100 293 An Indian ivory carving of Buddha, seated on throne with deer in low relief before a circular mandala, raised on wooden plinth. Height 100. $100 294 An old intricately carved ivory box, the lid with figures of men and animals in an outdoor setting, the four sides with village scenes. Height 250, width 95, depth 60. See page 21.$650 295 An ivory card case, both sides of lid and base has a cartouche with the interior carved with figures and an outdoor scene, minor damage. Height 105, width 65. $250 296 A large finely detailed ivory carving as a tall mountainous rock with figures, pine tree, clouds and a hidden building, stained detail to the hair of the figures, raised on carved shaped base with fine silver wire inlay. Height 250. See page 21. $750


297 An old Chinese carved marine ivory figure group of a bearded gent holding a rooster with a boy seated at his feet. Black stained engraved detail, signed. Height 220. See page 21.$375 298 An old Chinese carved ivory figure of a fisherman with a large hat, standing holding his pole with a fish and basket, raised on shaped hardwood stand. Height 195. $250 299 An old Chinese carved ivory figure of a courtesan with a finely scrolled carved long jacket and dress raised on a puzzle ball stand and spreading lotus flower base. Height 115. $175 300 A Chinese carved ivory puzzle ball on stand, the ball of traditional layers with dragon, mystic pearl and cloud decoration supported in a shallow cup on turned stand with pierced and carved cylindrical base and spreading foot. Height 160. See page 21. $275 301 An ivory puzzle ball on stand, the ball with at least four layers. Height 120. $100 302 A carved ivory figurine of a Chinese nobleman in ceremonial robe, repair to head. Height 90. $100 303 An ivory needle holder, the exterior intricately carved with dragons and birds, together with a whalebone sewing clamp. $120 304 A carved Chinese ivory puzzle game consisting of a carved "shuttle" with attached rings, metal pins and an ivory bar. Length 210. $150 305 A Chinese carved ivory figure of a seated gent in classical robe holding a three section length of bamboo, raised on hardwood stand with scrolling base. Height of figure 85. $120 306 A finely carved ivory figure group of an elephant in ceremonial dress with Houda to its back enclosing three figures, the trunk grasping a lion. Solid oval base. Height 125. $250 307 An old carved ivory figure of a farmer in traditional dress standing behind a post with fork to his left hand, all on oval base, sectional construction. Old paper labels to base. Height 132. $280 308 A Chinese carved ivory figure of a bearded fisherman, standing holding two fish and a pipe to his right hand, supported on hardwood stand. Height overall 207. $250 309 A Chinese carved ivory figure group of overall tapered form, full relief

carving of figures, trees and florals raised on hardwood stand. Height 208. $250 310 A Chinese carved ivory figure of a standing woman holding an urn, her flowing robes with florals in relief, supported on hardwood stand. Height overall 180. See page 20. $200 311 An old Chinese ivory snuff bottle of baluster shape carved with figures on one side and engraved with mountainous landscape on the reverse. Length 75, signed. $200 312 An old Chinese bone snuff bottle carved with a "Thousand Faces" design. Height 70. $200 313 A turned and carved sectional bone baton or staff. Length 300. $100 314 A pair of ivory figures of a Bhutenese man and woman in traditional costume, each with parasols, hers broken and absent, raised on wooden bases. Height 140. $125 315 A Chinese carved ivory model of an ornate sampan, the large vessel with numerous decks, small figures, and decorative embellishments, sits upon a stained wooden stand. Width 180. $150 316 A good carved ivory handle, intricately pierced and carved with figures of demons, elephants, monkeys, birds, etc on a ground of entwined tendrils, Chinese early 19th Century. Length 175. See page 21. $250 317 A Chinese carved ivory cribbage board, made from a tusk section, the board framed by sinuous dragons. Length 172, $140 318 A Chinese ivory cribbage board carved from a tusk section, the board with a border of numerous sinuous dragons within a cloudy field. Length 185. $150 319 An ivory paper knife, the finial carved and pierced as a woman in a landscape, surrounded by flowers. Length 240. See page 20. $100 320 Two ivory paper knives, one with an ornate carved capital surmounted by a trumpeting elephant, the other with a dragon embossed brass handle. Longest 210. $125 321 A Chinese ivory pagoda, the seven tiered temple embellished with numerous bells to the roof lintels. Small figures gather around its base raised on a hexagonal plinth. Height 240. See page 21. $250 322 A Chinese ivory figure of a deity. An

attendant child sits on his shoulder, raised on a wooden plinth. Height 200. $350 323 A Chinese ivory puzzle ball, the multilayered ball carved with dragons and flowers raised on a carved and turned column stand. Height 250. See page 21. $300 323A A carved ivory Chinese puzzle ball on stand, the stand in the form of a robed woman, on decorative round base, with turned column leading up to ball. Height 210. $250 324 A Chinese carved ivory needle case on fan handle carved with a sinuous entwining dragon on a ground of flowers and butterflies. The end unscrews to reveal a cavity. Length 155. See page 20. $150 325 A Chinese ivory card case, carved intaglio with cartouches of figures in gardens reserved on plain grounds, the edges of the case carved with foliate designs. 85 x 45. See page 17. $225 326 A fine turned ivory small plate with an engraving to the centre of a woman holding a fan, standing before a bamboo plant, engraved with calligraphic inscription and signature. Diameter 100. See page 17. $125 327 A Japanese ivory small figure of a peasant carrying a load wrapped in a cloth bag on his back, signed under base. Height 85. $100 328 An elephant ivory tusk carved within a lozenge shaped cartouche with two dragons embattled amongst clouds. Raised on wooden stand. Length 555. See page 10. $650 329 A good old large carved ivory study of an elephant, raised on rosewood plinth, the ivory attractively patinated, one tusk loose. Width 270. See page 21. $1700 330 A Chinese carved horn cricket container, elongated capstan shape, carved with an encircling scene of a dragon amongst clouds, the lid with foliate carving and pierced. Height 100. See page 20. $200 331 An old ivory figure of a man. He stands grimacing as a young girl clambers on his shoulder grasping his head. Old yellow patination and age cracks. Raised on a wooden plinth. Height 240. See page 21. $550 332 A Japanese ivory figurine in the form of an elderly travelling entertainer, with a monkey playing on his head, the other on top of a star, puppy at his feet, professional restoration. Height 35. $650


333 A Japanese sectional ivory figure of a peasant. He stands wearing a ragwort leaf, cape and waist band and a massive lily pad as a hat. In his raised hand he holds two leaves, in his other hand, an open book. At his feet a toad scuttles away. Slight faults. Height 200. See page 21. $650 334 A Japanese sectional ivory figure of a peasant standing with a hoe at his feet, in his left hand he holds a gourd, his robe decorated with engraved patterns. Slight faults. Height 195. See page 21. $650 335 A Japanese ivory sectional figure of a street musician. He stands plucking the strings of his shamisen with a plectrum, a box hangs from a plaited cord over his shoulder. His robes finely engraved with decorative diaper cartouches and leaves. Two character signatures under face. Some faults. Height 190. See page 21. $650 336 A Japanese ivory figure of a peasant standing on a rocky plinth grasping a vine with numerous gourd fruits. Signed under the base. Height 250. See page 21. $750 337 A Japanese ivory figure of a peasant. He stands carrying a bamboo staff in one hand, a Reishi fungus in the other. Raised on wooden plinth. Height 215. See page 21. $350 338 A pair of small Japanese ivory carved figures of a boy and girl with robes decorated with engraved designs and applied colour, signed under base. $100 339 A Japanese lacquer inro and associated netsuke. The five section case decorated with flowers on a nashiji ground below a diaper patterned section attached to a boxwood netsuke of a bat in flight. Inlaid tablet with signature. Height 62. See page 17. $450 340 Two Japanese ivory whist counters with hinged tabs, the bodies engraved with monkeys, the taps engraved with monkeys and various insects. $170 341 An ivory netsuke of the god Daikokou sitting with a gourd at his side, holding a bowl of sake. Two character signatures underneath. $125 342 An ivory netsuke modelled as a tiger playfully trying to grasp its own tail. Tea stain yellow patination and old age cracks. See page 20. $125 343 An ivory netsuke, a figure of a peasant standing holding a massive tengue mask, signed under the foot. $90 344 An ivory netsuke modelled as a rabbit

and her pup, the pup clambers from a basket beside her, signed underneath. $90 345 A Japanese ivory netsuke of a peasant, he stands carrying a paper lantern and holding a pipe, signed under the base. $80 346 A Japanese ivory netsuke carved as a baku, the mythological creature with lion body and elephant head sits trumpeting. $80 347 A small ivory netsuke of a recumbent tiger, signed under a foreleg. $60 348 A small ivory netsuke modelled as a recumbent water buffalo, signed under base. $60 348A A Moorcroft coral hibiscus pattern ovoid vase, the slip trail design of flowers on a green ground. Impressed and painted factory marks. Height 365. See page 24. $650 349 A small ivory netsuke modelled as a winged horse. $60 350 A Japanese ivory netsuke modelled as a peasant with broom and bucket. $60 351 An ivory netsuke carved as two peasant figures. $50 352 A large old Japanese Imari porcelain circular charger with foliate rim and profuse painted floral decoration in typical coloured enamels, red, orange, blue, green and yellow. Diameter 455. $650 353 A large old Japanese Imari charger of panelled form with serpentine rim, traditional decoration of florals, trellis type and plain blue florals, dominant tones of red, orange, blue and green, Meiji period. Diameter 470. $650 354 A Japanese bronze figure of the 12thC, 1st shogun Yoritomo in seated position holding fan. Height on wood plinth base 380. See page 21. $1100 355 A Japanese bronze vase, decorated in high relief with an iris. Trumpet shaped. Height 370. $250 356 A late 19thC Japanese cloisonne charger, the central circular panel with exotic long tailed bird framed by quatre-foil panels, decorated with florals, in tones of brown/red, blue, pale lavender and others, scale ground to the back. Diameter 305, minor repair. $275 357 A 1920's Japanese wood block print signed Kawase Hasui, scene of forest path, signed lower right, inscribed in margin. 380 x 260. See page 21. $550 358 A 19thC Japanese Diptych wood-

block print by Kunisada of four actors in colourful costumes, various calligraphy, 345 x 485, aratame date seal 1856, original pin holes from folio evident, ebonised frame under glass. See page 21. $550 359 A Japanese wood block print by Tamaroke, portrait of a traditional Japanese woman in tones of blue, tan and black on silvered ground, 375 x 240. Contemporary silvered frame under glass. Provenance: gifted to Muriel Howl, the organiser of the "Japanese Gardens" 1975. $120 360 A Japanese Kutani porcelain circular plate painted with floral designs. Diameter 225, painted character marks c.1900. $100 361 An old Japanese Arita porcelain figure group with Daikoku traditionally depicted with his large sack standing on a ball being held by another figure, enamelled decoration in tones of green, blue, orange etc. with ornate gilt enrichments, impressed mark to base. Height 240. See page 21. $550 362 A Sumida Gawa jug in the form of a robed gentleman, the handle in the form of a dragon, mustard glaze with green/blue around the top, signature plaque fixed to back, minor damage to handle. Height 100, diameter 70. See page 20. $150 363 A c.1900 Japanese fine satsuma vase of ovoid form, detailed floral decoration with gilt enrichments, band of painted plaited type decoration to the base, signed with the seal mark for Denzan, Kyoto School. Height 103. $550 364 A pair of Japanese earthenware baluster vases, Satsuma style, decorated with panels of figures and flowers. Height 310, painted marks, c. 1900. $220 365 A Satsuma earthenware vase, ovoid shape, decorated with panels of shogun and samurai, reserved on a ground decorated with raised blue enamel trailing. Height 250. $150 366 A Japanese Katana with leather scabbard, bound sharkskin handle and metal tsuba. Length overall 1000, character marks on collar near tsuba. $250 367 A Japanese katana with watered steel blade, leather scabbard, bound handle, metal mounts and tsuba, length 1080. $200 368 A Japanese katana, the watered steel blade with character marks, leather scabbard, bound sharkskin handle, metal mounts and tsuba. Length 1040 $250


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369 A Sylvac Keith Murray type vase of banded spherical form, matt white glaze, impressed and printed marks. Height 185. See page 21. $120 370 A Keith Murray Wedgwood ink stand of rectangular form with attached lidded box containing two inkwells with original liners, pen recess to front, matt green colourway, full signiture mark to base. Length 260. See page 21. $550 370A A Keith Murray Wedgwood lidded rectangular box, matt green colourway, ridged sides and flat lid with long plain handle, minor fault. Length 185. $220 371 A Keith Murray Wedgwood ink stand, matt green glaze, the rectangular tray base with two impressions for pens, the circular finely ridged ink pot with original liner and lid with ridged disc form finial. Printed marks to base including early facsimile signature. Length 255, depth 145. See page 21. $700 372 A rare Keith Murray Wedgwood black basalt vase, hand-thrown with flared signs tapering to foot and six lathe turned horizontal grooves around upper third, shape #3816, c.1933-1940, printed signature mark in red/orange and impressed other marks. Height 205, diameter 87. See page 5. $1700 373 A large Carter Stabler Adams Poole pottery vase, hand painted with florals and leaves in purple, blue, green, red and yellow on an ivory ground. Height 280, diameter 159 $450 374 A large Poole vase of tall cylindrical shape with flared rim and circular base, bold polychrome painted decoration of grapes and vine leaves. Height 280, impressed mark. $300 375 A Poole Delphis squat circular vase, red, orange and yellow glazes, factory marks and artist's cipher under the foot. Diameter 170. $110 376 A Clarice Cliff vase, "My Garden". Height 200, diameter 150. $120 377 A Clarice Cliff lily bowl, in pinks, blues and greens. Height 130, length 220, depth 140. $120 378 A Clarice Cliff bowl in the Celtic harvest pattern. Height 190, diameter 210. $150 379 Four Clarice Cliff Biarritz plates with floral patterns. Diameter 225, depth 190. $150 380 A Clarice Cliff bowl in the "Rodanthe"


pattern in shades of orange, yellow brown and grey on an ivory ground. Height 80, diameter 190. $120 381 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre plate with shaped rim and bold geometric painted decoration in colours of blue, green, orange, black and ivory. Width 220, printed marks, 1930's.$180 382 A Clarice Cliff tall jug in the "Lily" pattern with green outline and orange, brown and black tones, tapered circular section body, printed "Fantasque" mark to base. Height 200. See page 5. $275 383 A Clarice Cliff Bizarre bowl, Crocus pattern. Diameter 225. See page 5. $350 384 A Clarice Cliff figured "Subway Sadie" comport in the "Branch & Squares" pattern, the circular dish with hand painted decoration, the tall central finial with stylised portrait bust, all supported on a tapered turn pedestal with flared circular base and black printed factory marks. Height 275, clean break and reglue to the neck of the finial. See page 24. $850 385 A Shelley "Animal" teaset designed by Mabel Lucie Attwell modelled as a duck, rabbit and chick in sailor costumes, painted in colours of yellow, blue, orange and black with white ground, comically represented, printed factory marks and designer's name. Teapot height 165. See page 24. $1200 386 An Art Deco Losol ware wall pocket decorated with a brightly coloured parrot and flowering branches on a turquoise ground. Height 180. $150 387 A pair of Austrian terracotta Anzengruber bells modelled in the form of country women with coloured glazes. Height 165. Original paper labels. See page 24. $250 388 An Arthur Woods Art Deco period wall pocket, three sectioned angular design decorated with branches and leaves in orange, yellow, grey, brown and black on a speckled lemon ground, with original chain. Height 220, width 170. $150 389 A good Charlotte Rhead wall charger in traditional floral tube-lined decoration with tones of burnt orange, mottled yellow, blue and other colours, banded border. Printed and painted marks to back. Diameter 325. See page 24. $275 390 A Charlotte Rhead ginger jar base table lamp, traditional decoration with tube lined florals and decorative borders, tones of soft red, green and tan on pale ground, lustre finish. Height of base 165, complete with shade. $175

391 A Suzy Cooper teaset, six cups saucers and plates along with cream and sugar, plus additional sugar, saucers and plate. $220 392 An early 20thC Bretby jardiniere, on three double paw feet with three lion masks, in a deep sea green. Height 110, diameter 150. $150 393 An Art Nouveau amphora vase, baluster form, impressed decoration of purple and gold trees on a deep ivory ground with gilding to the rim. Height 170. $130 394 A Brannam Barum British Studio pottery vase of cylindrical form with two swirling open handles, rich green glaze with monogram and floral decoration, incised potter's mark and date 1910. Height 125, diameter 115. $120 395 A Crown Devon large wall charger decorated with a galleon in a coastal landscape ornately gilded and painted in tones of orange/brown/ blue/yellow etc. Diameter 390 $250 396 A Maling lamp base, ginger jar shape in green thumbprint with pink, brown, purple and blue flowers. Height 190, diameter 140. $150 397 A Maling preserve pot and stand, hand painted in Art Deco bold geometric designs in red, green, black and blue on an orange ground, knop to lid in the form of a fruit. Height 110, diameter 65. See page 24. $450 398 A Maling plate decorated with a medallion border of spring flowers and blue thumb print pattern to the centre. Diameter 280. $140 399 A Minton china small shoulder vase, decorated with slip trailing with stylised Art Nouveau flowers on a mottled red ground, factory mark and N0.17 to base, small firing flaw to rim. Height 130. See page 21. $120 400 A Carlton Ware blue pagoda bowl, decorated to the interior with pagodas, bridge and sampan in bright enamels and gilt on a dark powder blue ground, gilt rim, the exterior with vignettes of bridge, sampan and egrets, raised on gilt ball and claw feet, original paper label with numbers 1034/2728. Diameter 235. See page 24. $300 401 Two Royal Bayreuth jugs, one a black crow with orange beak, the other a shell in brown and green tones. Height 115 and 85. $120 402 A Royal Bayreuth coffee jug together with a small dish. $120


403 An Art Nouveau Amphora china basket, decorated with the profile of a woman to one side, mosque and minarets to the other, main colour blue with some pink, mustard and brown embellishment. Height 250, diameter 140. $100 404 An old Amphora tall jug form vase with squat tapered body and tall shaped cylindrical neck with long handle decorated in the traditional manner with an owl, tan, blue, green and other tones on matt speckled brown ground. Height 270. $140 405 A German Volkstedt Rudolstadt porcelain figurine of a young man with a bird and cage, polychrome decoration. Height 195. $120 406 A German Volkstedt Rudolstadt blue and white porcelain figurine of a young fisher girl. Height 155. $100 407 A stylish Austrian earthenware bust of a young Negro woman with a large gilt earring. Height 165. Impressed marks. Anzengruber style. See page 5. $300 408 A West German tall vase with tapered body and long tapered cylindrical neck, matt textured pale yellow glaze on dark ground with lineal decoration. Height 405. $150 409 An old Gouda "Ivora" plate decorated with stylised florals in tones of blue, green, yellow, purple etc., painted marks to back. Diameter 295. $150 410 A pair of tall retro West German pottery vases of inverted ovoid form, each with two bands of radiating circular designs above repeating lineal decoration, matt variable brown glaze. Height 400. $300 411 A large long oval Rorstrand ceramic bowl with black and sky blue glaze effects. Length 520. $100 412 A Regency period part Minton teaset with gold and white flowers on a cobalt blue ground, teapot, cream jug, two cups and saucers. Some damage. Date mark 1811. $160 413 A c.1900 Royal Worcester vase of lobed baluster form decorated all over in gilded oriental pattern highlighted with blue and red enamelled flowers and white leaves. Height 260. See page 21. $180 414 A Locke Worcester sugar bowl in the form of a sack with a silver plate rope swing handle and silver plate lid on ivory ground with a wheat sheath in

relief to the front and apricot tones. Height 100, diameter 60. $120 415 A Royal Worcester figurine "Grandmother's Dress" modelled by F.G. Doughty. Height 160. $100 416 A Royal Worcester plate with shaped gilded rim and all-over fruit painting signed H. Ayrton. Diameter 220, date marks c.1957. $450 417 A Royal Worcester figurine "Magnolia Bud" as a seated princess holding a single floral bud, wearing a pink robe, in the oriental manner, printed mark and painted title. Height 115. See page 24. $200 418 A set of three Victorian plates, underglazed blue and iron red decoration with the pattern "Berlin Bird". Diameter 265. $120 419 A Parian Ware bust of a wigged gentleman with lace cravat raised on a socle plinth, unmarked. Height 345. $300 420 A 19thC French gilt metal in china inkwell, the porcelain stand decorated with hand painted cherub and flowers in the Sevres manner on a yellow ground with gold embellishments on a four legged gilt metal mount with a heavy gilt metal back decorated with leaves, fruit and female head, the metal lid with a decorative finial which opens to reveal a porcelain inkwell. Two chips to bowl. Height 125, diameter 135. $250 421 An Art Nouveau European faience bust of a young woman with ringleted hair and lace trimmed head dress, whip lash and floral base, incised signature to the back Aug. Otto and date 1904. Soft green and gold finish. Height 290. Two small chips. $300 422 A Royal Worcester potpourri jar, the exterior painted with pink and yellow roses with gilded floral embellishments around rim, the gilded lid with old repairs, 1922. Height 70, diameter 110. $150 423 A William Moorcroft pomegranate vase of tapering circular section with short neck and circular foot. Height 150, impressed marks and blue painted signature, professional restoration. See page 24. $220 424 A Walter Moorcroft circular bowl on short foot decorated with a leaf and berry design on a dark cobalt blue ground. Diameter 135, impressed marks and blue signature. $250 425 A modern Moorcroft circular bowl on short foot, pink hibiscus on a crackled ivory ground. Diameter 160, im-

pressed marks and painted signature. Together with matching small circular dish. Diameter 120. $200 426 A large modern Moorcroft pink hibiscus pattern baluster vase with a crackled ivory ground. Height 32, impressed marks. $360 427 A Walter Moorcroft vase decorated with orchids on a cobalt blue ground. Impressed mark to base. Height 120. $450 428 A Walter Moorcroft dish decorated with a columbine flower to the interior on a greeny/blue ground, part original paper label to base. Height 30, diameter 90. $150 429 A Walter Moorcroft vase of spherical shape decorated in the Anenome pattern. Impressed mark and full signature in blue to base. Height 130, diameter 120. See page 24. $650 430 A William Moorcroft vase, short squat form decorated with orchids on a cobalt blue ground. Impressed mark and full signature in blue to base. Height 80, diameter 110. $400 431 A Walter Moorcroft vase of tall cylindrical form decorated in the spring flowers pattern. Impressed mark and initials in blue to base. Height 210, diameter 120. See page 24. $650 432 A William Moorcroft vase of short squat form decorated in the pansy pattern on a deep cobalt blue ground. Impressed mark and initials in green to base. Height 70, diameter 90. $400 433 A William Moorcroft specimen vase of baluster form decorated in the pansy pattern in tones of deep blue, mauve, yellow and green on deep blue graduated ground, narrow tapered neck, impressed marks and painted signature in green. Height 210. See page 8. $600 434 A William Moorcroft vase of baluster form, decorated with the pansies on a deep cobalt blue ground. Impressed mark and full signature in green to base. Height 175, diameter 30. See page 24. $650 435 A William Moorcroft vase of inverted baluster form decorated in the Pomegranate pattern. Impressed mark and green initials to base. Height 180, diameter 90. See page 8. $750 436 A William Moorcroft comport, decorated in the pomegranate pattern, Liberty's Tudric pewter base with hand beaten effect. Height 225, diameter 250. See page 24. $1200



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437 A Moorcroft jar with decorative brass frame and lid, the speckled blue cylindrical jar in fitted frame with geometric cut-out panels, the lid with hammered finish and heavy lozenge form finial, impressed marks to base. Height 115, diameter 115. See page 5. $275 438 A large modern Moorcroft vase of tall ovoid shape with floral designs in colours of red, blue, green and yellow on an ivory ground, impressed marks. Height 310. $450 439 A rare Royal Doulton stoneware baluster vase designed by George Tinworth with ornate leaf, flower, scroll and "jewelled" decoration in colours of blue, white, green and brown. Height 230. Impressed marks and monogram. See page 24. $1200 440 A vintage Royal Doulton "Maori Art" sugar bowl, the exterior rim with a wide band of Maori design in red and black with white showing, gilt rim, printed factory marks. Diameter 120, height 65. $220 441 A Royal Doulton Kingsware Dewar's whisky jug, "The Pipe Major" with original stopper. Height 225. See page 24. $350 442 A Royal Doulton Queens ware jug, with pinched spout, decorated in relief with a man holding a jug of ale. Height 195, diameter 120. $250 443 A large Royal Doulton character jug, "The Cavalier". $120 444 A Royal Doulton Kingsware Dewar's whisky glass "Micawber the Ever Expectant", stopper missing. Height 200. See page 24. $300 445 A Victorian period Doulton Lambeth stoneware puzzle jug with the verse, "From Mother earth I claim my birth. I'm made a joke for man, But now I'm here, filled with good cheer, Come taste me if you can", in mustard brown tones with olive green decoration to base and around top, one spout repaired. Height 180. See page 24. $120 446 A Royal Doulton jardiniere with coaching scene. Diameter 195. $250 447 A Royal Doulton fruit bowl in the Poplars at Sunset pattern. Height 100, diameter 30. $120 448 A Royal Doulton figurine, "The Mendicant" H.N.1365. Height 211, width 135, depth 90. $350 449 A Royal Doulton figurine Adrienne, HN2304. Height 200. $120

450 A Royal Doulton figurine in the form of a smiling black cat with a white face - "Lucky", produced between 19321975. Height 60. $120 451 A Royal Doulton vase, hexagonal inverted baluster form, Prunus pattern on a green ground with crossed detail picked out in black on white ground to rim and sides. Height 280 $120 452 A large Doulton flambe vase of cylindrical form with pinched neck in the wood cut pattern (1619). Height 280, diameter 110. See page 24. $400 453 A Royal Doulton Rembrandt Ware vase decorated in typical sienna tones, with a portrait of a 17thC gentleman, an encircling frieze at the shoulder inscribed with "Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty", from the Keats poem "Ode on a Grecian Urn". Probably a design by Walter Nunns. Factory mark under base and incised Anthony van Dyck, impressed number 7423. Professional restoration at rim. Height 330. See page 24. $1250 454 A large Royal Doulton two handled urn, ovoid shape, mottled reddish sang de bouef glaze and with moulded bas relief decoration of classical pedestals supporting urns of flowers joined together by floral and fruit swags. Impressed factory mark and numbered 9137. Height 265. Firing flaw to one handle. See page 24. $450 455 A Royal Doulton porcelain plate, finely hand painted with "Perch" and signed S. Wilson, the back entitled and with printed mark including "Tiffany & Company, New York", fancy gilt rims. Diameter 220. $200 456 A Royal Doulton model of "The Old Sarum Kettle", impressed factory and retailers marks to base, old repair to spout. Height 195. $120 457 A Royal Doulton biscuit barrel, commemorating the coronation of G. V and Queen Mary, 1911, decorated on a cobalt ground with medallions of the king and queen, hairline crack. Height 160. $120 458 An Edwardian period Doulton Burslem dinner set consisting of three lidded tureens, sauce boat, three graduated ashettes, 12 dinner plates, six soup bowls, 11 luncheon plates, 12 side plates, red, yellow, orange and purple flowers on an ivory ground. $350 459 A Hammersley & Co. blue and white dinner set with five dinner plates, six luncheon plates. six dessert bowls, eight trios and an oval ashet. $200

460 A small Edwardian period Ruskin vase with tapered cylindrical neck and body, speckled blue glaze with mauve highlights, impressed mark for William Hausan Taylor and date 1905, Height 110. $140 461 An early 20thC Ashby Guild vase of squat baluster form, the shoulder with a band of underglazed gilt entwined rose vine decoration, lustre mottled yellow ground, impressed mark. Height 90, diameter 115. $150 462 A C.H. Brannam pottery jug in the form of a stylised bird with raised beak as the spout, glazed in tan with green highlights, incised detail, impressed marks to base. Height 280. $140 463 A European porcelain mallet shaped bottle vase decorated in Canton type enamels and gilded. Two handles issue from the tall slender neck, the whole decorated with sinuous dragons, flowers, fruit and butterflies on a gold ground. Marked under the base with brush point leaf symbol. Height 285. $120 464 A large Cornishware jug, and lidded butter pot, old green shield mark to base. Height 130 and 70, diameter 120 and 150. $150 465 A Royal Winton coffee set in the Tiger Lily pattern with green ground consisting of a coffee pot, sugar, cream and six trios. $150 466 Six old Mason's octagonal plates of various patterns. Diameter 205. $180 466A A pair of late 19th Century Jasperware decanters, decorated with hunting scenes in white relief on a grey/teal ground, both with original silver over copper stoppers, one labelled whisky the other brandy, "branch" handle to shoulder. Height 170, diameter 110. $150 467 A Beswick bird with polychrome decoration. Height 145. $100 468 A Beswick parrot with polychrome decoration. Height 155. Guide $120 469 A set of three flying Hummingbirds, possibly Beswick, a light brown with red detail to heads, green to breasts and blue to tails. Lengths 120, 100, 80. See page 33. $300 470 Two Beswick flying Hummingbirds, turquoise with light red detail. Lengths 150 and 120. See page 33. $250 471 Two Beswick flying blue tit wall birds, in tones of greens with blue and brown highlights, impressed stamps to back Lengths 125 and 120. See page 33.$300


472 A Beswick standing Shire horse, in Glossy Bay, designed by Arthur Gredington, 1940-1989. Height 220. $200 473 A Beswick Shire horse in glossy rocking horse dapple grey designed by Arthur Gredington 1940-1962, first version. Height 220. $250 474 A pair of Royal Crown Derby paperweights, rabbits with gold and blue decoration on white ground. Length 65, height 45. $100 475 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, a walrus decorated in geometric shapes in the Imari palette. Length 115, height 110. $120 476 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, an armadillo decorated in geometric shapes in colours of pink, red, green, yellow, blue and gold. Length 120, height 80. See page 24. $120 477 A Royal Crown Derby paperweight, a koala and baby from the Australian Collection, decorated in gum leaves and Aboriginal patterns and colours of brown, blue, red and gold on a white ground. Height 100, width 75. $120 478 Two Carlton Ware modern Guinness toucan advertising figures, one with glass perched to beak, the other with glass to base; both with "My Goodness-My Guinness", printed marks to base. Height 115 & 95. See page 24. $200 479 Two Hereford bird figures, one group with mother bird and chick on branch with berries and leaves, minor damage and a black robin. Heights 160 and 62. $120 480 A Lladro porcelain figurine of a young standing girl with green dress. Height 220. $80 481 A Lladro porcelain figurine of a young standing girl with pink dress. Height 260. $80 482 A Lladro figurine of a young girl feeding hay to a calf. Height 210, width 140, depth 130. $120 483 A Lladro figurine of a young girl bathing a bloodhound. Height 125, width 75, depth 140. $100 484 A Lladro figurine of a harlequin making overtures to a ballet dancer. Height 360, width 300, depth 110. $200 485 A Lladro figure group of a two children and a puppy playing on a seesaw. Height 205, width 240, depth 110. $120

486 A Hummel figurine, `Going to Grandma's" of two girls, one with a bunch of flowers, the other with basket of wine and plate of food. Height 130. $110

490 A black opal and diamond pendant, the oval cabochon solid opal set horizontally in a rub-over mount with a small round brilliant cut diamond suspended from the base, with attached gold chain, in 15ct gold. See page 30. $220 491 A gold and diamond pendant in the form of a pig, small round brilliant cut diamonds set in the ears and legs, a cabochon jade type polished stone set to the body, 14ct yellow gold. See page 30. $280 492 A 1915 gold sovereign formed into a ring, the sovereign itself bent to fit over finger with split shoulder and shank attached to each side. See page 33. $400 493 A Victorian period full sovereign, 1894. See page 30. $380 494 A Victorian period full sovereign, 1881. See page 30. $380 494A A Victorian period full sovereign, 1875. See page 30. $380 495 A single strand pearl necklace, the pearls of a deep lustrous cream of uniform size and shape with gilt metal clasp. See page 31. $100 496 A single strand pearl necklace, the pearls of a deep lustrous cream and uniform size, silver clasp with pearl inset to middle. See page 31. $100 497 A triple strand pearl necklace, the pearls of rondell shape in a white lustre colour. See page 31. $200 498 A stylish modern bead necklace, clusters of Swarovski crystals and lustrous green glass beads interspersed with silver beads and supporting an Art Deco style silver set pendant. Length 550. $80 499 A tribal necklace, clusters of blue, black and silver coloured beads supported pair of Afghan silverplate bells, each set with lapis lazuli. Length 650. $100 500 A long tribal necklace, ivory, wood and horn beads interspersed with clusters of black and white glass beads. Length 750. $120


501 A Victorian period carnelian seal, the 9ct gold mount set with a round disc of polished onyx, with suspension ring. See page 31. $180 502 A Victorian period carnelian seal, the 9ct gold mount in the form of dolphins. See page 31. $360 502A Six mother-of-pearl buttons, gold backed, with accompanying 15ct gold rings, in original box. See page 31. $450 503 An 18ct modern double strand necklace of fine cylindrical gold beads highlighted with a large orange agate disc and further smaller turquoise, gold and coloured disc beads, stamped "Hand Made 750". Weight overall approx. 20 gms. See page 30. $700 504 A modern 18ct necklace of alternating capstan and curb link repeating links, stamped 750. Length 580, weight 24 gms. See page 31. $750 505 A modern 14ct yellow gold Italian necklace with a repeating series of six small date type links with a larger oval link between. Weight 33 gms. See page 31. $800 506 A modern 14ct yellow gold heavy neck chain of repeating flat octagonal links with crab claw clasp, stamped "14K Italy". Length 455, weight 51.5 gms. See page 30. $1200 506A A diamond and gold tennis bracelet, the 56 small round brilliant cut diamonds set between S-shaped gold bands, approximate diamond weight 1ct., 14ct. yellow gold. See page 30. $1000 507 A Gent's gold and diamond ring, the panel set with nine round brilliant cut diamonds in white gold, the shoulder decorated with a bark texture finish, total diamond weight approx. 2.25cts, 18ct yellow gold. See page 33. $1850 508 A diamond set eternity ring, 19 round brilliant cut diamonds set in 18ct white gold, approx. diamond weight 1.90cts. See page 33. $1200 509 A sapphire and diamond ring, the 1.10ct oval cabochon sapphire flush set with two old mine cut diamonds to either side in 18ct. yellow gold wide domed band, total diamond weight .50, valuation available. See page 33. $700 510 A diamond solitaire ring, the .74ct round modern cut brilliant diamond in a six claw vee mount, 18ct yellow gold, valuation available. See page 33. $1450

























511 A diamond solitaire ring, the 1.30ct round modern cut brilliant diamond in a six claw vee mount, rhodium plated yellow gold, valuation available. See page 33. $1450 512 A five stone diamond ring, the five round modern cut brilliant diamonds in a rubover bar mount set in 14ct yellow gold, total diamond weight 1.15ct, valuation available. See page 33. $1650 513 A five stone diamond ring, the central .75ct round modern cut brilliant diamond in a four claw vee type mount with two round modern cut brilliant diamonds set to each shoulder, in 14ct white gold. Total diamond weight 1.50ct. Valuation available. See page 33. $1850 514 A nine stone diamond ring, the marquis diamonds claw set in a double bezel stepped mount, 14ct yellow gold, total diamond weight .75ct. Valuation available, See page 33. $850 515 An estate lady's solitaire diamond ring of 0.37ct, old European cut, H-I colour, SI1 clarity, rubover collet setting, platinum mount and 18ct. yellow gold band. Valuation available. See page 33. $650 516 A diamond dress ring, the square facet cut fancy coloured stones claw set, the shoulders split in two and set with small round brilliant cut diamonds, in 10ct yellow gold. See page 33. $200 517 A Victorian period ring, a small facet cut emerald to the centre with a diamond and ruby to both sides, 15ct yellow gold, hallmarked Chester 1897. See page 33. $150 518 A diamond dress ring, the three small round brilliant cut diamonds in a rubover setting with a thin gold band top and bottom, in 18ct yellow gold. See page 33. $195 519 A contemporary dress ring, five joined bands set with a small diamond, rubies, sapphires and emeralds, in 18ct yellow gold. See page 33. $250 520 A diamond and sapphire eternity ring, ten small round brilliant cut diamonds alternating with round brilliant cut sapphires, in 18ct white gold. See page 33. $450 521 A contemporary dress ring made of five "rope" bands, in 18ct white gold with three yellow gold "X" s to the top. See page 33. $450 522 An Edwardian period 9ct gold double

bar brooch set with pale amethyst, seed pearls and heart on chain suspension, in box. See page 31. $150 523 An Edwardian period cameo bar brooch, the classic profile of a helmeted Greek woman set in a decorative gold mount with four small seed pearls, in 14ct yellow gold. See page 30. $120 524 A 9ct yellow gold propelling pencil, London 1937. See page 31. $250 525 A gold tiki attached to a small length of chain with gold T-bar, 9ct rose gold with a yellow gold wash to the top, T-bar in rolled gold, tiki engraved 25/12/43 and 6984. Height of tiki 95. See page 31. $150 526 An early 20thC boar's tusk brooch with engraved 9ct gold mounts including central fern leaf and cap with ball end, original pin. Length 107. $150 527 An old New Zealand greenstone pendant of tapered oval form, the plain gold cap with serrated edge, gold suspension loop. Length 80, c.1900. See page 31. $150 528 Two old New Zealand greenstone and gold pendants, one of oval cylinder form with rounded end, the other tapered, both with engraved gold caps and suspension rings. Length 65 and 50. See page 31. $120 529 A gold mounted greenstone brooch, the large flat oval piece of polished greenstone set in a 9ct gold mount. Length 55. See page 31. $180 530 A colonial period greenstone heart with 9ct yellow gold decorative cap and suspension ring. Width 40, height 40. See page 31. $150 531 A colonial period greenstone heart with rose gold "Kia Ora" and ferns in a circle to the centre and a rose gold suspension ring. Width 45, height 50. See page 31. $150 532 A rare Edith Morris (New Zealand) silver & garnet Arts & Crafts period necklace, the large tapered pendant with four raised garnet cabochons and silver wire work, hanging from a matching drop on a silver chain with 12 scrolling wire sections and smaller circular chain links. Impressed arrow mark to back & `STGSIL'. Length of pendant 76, length of chain 760. Note; A similar example illustrated in the Winsome Shepherd reference book, pg. 144, held in the Otago Museum collection. See front cover and page 31 . $4500

533 A 19thC china plaque, oval shape and painted with a plump wing cherub in gilt metal mount, pin needs replacing. Height 90, width 70. See page 33. $150 534 Two hand painted miniatures of ladies in court dress, both signed, behind glass in gilt metal mount and ivory frames. Height 45, width 35. See page 33. $250 535 A piano key ivory framed portrait miniature, the oval image painted on ivory of a woman in Grecian costume. Signed Hall. 140 x110. See page 33. $225 536 A miniature portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte and a woman, the oval images in tortoiseshell and ivory panel frames. Some losses. 115 x 100. $200


537 A modern lady's Omega gold plated wrist watch, the rounded rectangular case with gilt dial, original gold plated mesh strap, in original Omega box. See page 31. $300 538 A vintage 9ct. lady's Rolex wristwatch, the circular case with a white enamel dial and Arabic numerals, gold plated strap, c.1920, working order. See page 30. $200 539 A vintage lady's 9ct. gold Rolex wrist watch, the lozenge form case with circular glass, silvered dial with Roman numerals and an 18ct. yellow gold strap. Working order. See page 30. $300 540 A lady's 9ct. gold stem wind open faced fob watch, decorated dial, with cylinder movement. Working order. See page 30. $150. 541 A lady's 9ct gold stem wind open faced fob watch with plated bezel and decorated dial. Working. $100 542 A modern gent's 18ct. Omega wrist watch, De Ville model with circular gold case, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and date aperture, dark brown Omega leather strap, in original grey leather clad Omega box, as new and in working order. See page 31. $1200 543 A modern gent's Longines stainless steel and gold wrist watch, the white enamel face with subsidiary day, month and moon phase dials with sweeping hand to the exterior date dial, gold bezel, the stainless steel strap with small gold links to the centre. Original grey leather covered



box, papers and certificate from "Prouds Watch & Clock Department". See page 31. $1500 544 A gent's Swiss made wrist watch, 9ct. yellow gold case, the white dial with Arabic numerals in gold, seconds dial, mechanical movement and new leather strap. Valuation available. See page 31. $300 545 A modern gent's Stauer wrist watch, chronograph style with gilt metal case, the white dial with four subsidiary dials and moon phase, glass plate to back exposing automatic movement, red/brown crocodile type leather strap, original fitted box marked "Premier Collection". See page 30. $200 546 A gent's Omega wrist watch, the enamel face with Arabic numerals, seconds dial, in silver case with later lizard skin strap, in working order. See page 31. $400 547 A vintage Omega gold plated wristwatch, of rectangular Art Deco form, Arabic numerals and seconds dial, lizard skin strap. See page 31. $250 548 An 18ct gold gent's omega automatic wristwatch, four diamonds set to the black face with 18ct gold mesh bracelet. See page 30. $2800 549 A gent's Rolex mid size Yacht-Master Oyster perpetual wristwatch, in 18ct yellow gold and stainless steel, the blue face with date aperture, with papers and original box. Purchased by the vendor from Rolex, Switzerland in 1998. See page 33. $6500 550 A Wenger modern gent's wrist watch, "standard issue" model with stainless steel case, the white dial with Arabic numerals and date aperture, brown leather padded strap, as new, unworn condition. See page 31. $120 551 A Victorian silver key wind open faced pocket watch with seconds dial and Swiss lever movement by D. Corven, working order with key. See page 33. $120 551A A Victorian period silver gent's open faced key wind chronograph pocket stop watch, Stewart Dawson and Co. Liverpool, the case marked Birmingham 1883. Not working, no key. See page 33. $100. 552 A Victorian 935 standard silver open faced key wind pocket watch with seconds dial and Swiss cylinder movement. Working order with key. See page 33. $110 553 A Victorian period silver Waltham full hunter gent's pocket watch, with en-

gine turned case and white enamel face with Roman numerals, seconds hand and key wind movement, the case Birmingham 1880. Working order, no key. $100 554 A Victorian period silver open faced gent's pocket watch with seconds dial, the fusee lever movement by Thomas Thorpe, Pateley Bridge, the case London 1879, on plated fob chain with key. Not working. $100 555 A Victorian period silver key wind pocket watch, the cream enamel dial with Roman numerals and subsidiary seconds dial and internal back plate with maker's name Sykes & Ingram Heckmondwike, fusee movement and open face. London 1877. See page 33. $150 556 A Victorian period silver open face pocket watch, key wind, fusee movement by H. Samuel, enamel face with Roman numerals, working order, Chester 1894. One hand requiring attention. See page 33. $160 557 A vintage German silver open face pocket watch, stem wind, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals and maker's name H. Legi Nurnberg, not working. See page 30. $120 558 A Victorian period silver full hunter gent's pocket watch, key wind, the white enamel face with Roman numerals and sweeping seconds hand, fusee movement, the face and internal back plate marked "John Hislop, Princess Street, Dunedin". London 1875. Working order. See page 33. $200 559 A Victorian period silver gent's open faced pocket watch by Routley of Bath, lever movement, London 1859. Not working, no key. See page 33.$80 560 A Victorian period silver pair cased pocket watch by William Nevay, Forfar, fusee lever movement, both cases hallmarked London 1866. All faults and no key. See page 33. $100 561 A Victorian period gent's silver open faced key wind pocket watch with fusee lever movement by John Forrest, London, maker to the Admiralty, London 1869. Not working, no key. $150 562 A gent's silver stem wind full hunter Waltham pocket watch, the lever movement in working order, the back plate inscribed and dated 1919. On long link silver fob chain. See page 33. $120 563 A Georgian period silver pair cased pocket watch with white enamel dial with Arabic numerals (hair cracks),

the fusee verge movement by Samuel Heydon, London, both cases hallmarked London 1770. On short metal fob chain, with key. Not working. $200 564 A George IV period silver gents open faced pocket watch with fusee lever movement by Thomas Singleton, London, the case hallmarked London 1924. Working order, no key. See page 33. $100 565 A Georgian period silver pair cased verge pocket watch with fusee, maker Matthias Harris, Bath, the cases hallmarked London 1789 and 1796. Not working, no key. See page 33. $200. 566 A Georgian silver pair cased verge pocket watch with fusee movement, Walter, Whitney, the case London 1764, working order, no key. Glass cracked. See page 30. $400 568 An early 20thC square steel cased pocket type watch with vibrant radiating red enamel dial and gilt Arabic numerals, stem wind, dark finish to case. In working order. Width 55, depth 20. See page 33. $160 569 A vintage gent's open face steel pocket watch, the back plate enamelled with a sailing scene, the white enamel face with two subsidiary dials and sweeping seconds hand, stem wind. See page 30. $180 570 A Georgian gilt metal pair cased pocket watch with seconds dial, the fusee verge movement by Allan & Caithness, London. All faults. $100 571 A gent's 14ct gold stem wind open faced pocket watch with seconds dial, the lever movement in working order. See page 30. $450 572 A gent's Waltham 9k gold stem wind full hunter pocket watch, the jewelled lever movement in working order. See page 30. $420 573 A gent's 9k gold stem wind full hunter stop/start pocket watch, the white enamel dial marked John Russell, London, the Swiss lever movement in working order. See page 30. $400 574 A Victorian period 9ct gold engine turned key wind full hunter gent's pocket watch, the cylinder movement in working order with key. On short metal fob chain. See page 30. $400 575 A gent's gold plated stem wind full hunter pocket watch with seconds dial, R.J.A. lever movement, on gilt fob chain. Working order. $100 576 A heavy Victorian period 18ct. gold


full hunter gent's key wind pocket watch with engine turned case, decorated gold dial and fusee lever movement by L. Franklin & Co., Edinburgh, the case hallmarked Chester 1887. Not working, with key. Total weight 108 gms. See page 30. $1600 577 A gent's 18ct gold full hunter stem wind Baum Longines multi dial pocket stop watch, the jewelled movement not working, the case with engraved monogram, total weight 107.5gms. In original fitted case. See page 30. $1800 578 A French mystery clock, spelter figure of young woman holding aloft the pendulum movement, on circular wood plinth base. Height overall 340. Not working. $250 579 A late 19thC French brass carriage clock, the enamel face with Arabic numerals and ornate gilded decoration of leaves, flowers and tendrils. Height 115. Working order, no key. Spring faulty. See page 33. $250 580 An early 20thC small fancy carriage clock, the silvered case with gold traces, all over decoration of florals with stylised figured columns, the floral decorated face with painted highlights, working order. Height 90. $180 581 A late 19thC French brass carriage clock with later chrome plate, with white enamel dial with Arabic numerals. Height 110. Not working, with key. Original travelling case. See page 33. $300 582 A large impressive late 19thC French brass cased carriage clock, striking and repeating on a gong, the gilt metal face with finely engraved floral decoration, the circular dial with Arabic numerals, marked "Sir John Bennett Ltd - Paris". Height 150. Working order, with key. The original Moroccan leather carrying case with a button dome for use when locked. See page 33. $2000 583 A 1940's Swiss Angelus travelling clock set in folding square pig skin case enclosing four square dials for clock, calendar, barometer and thermometer. Length 105, height 85. $140 584 A French four glass clock with brass arched case, the face with white enamelled dial, Roman numerals, striking movement, maker Potonie, Paris. Raised on a black ebonised plinth. Height 290. $300 585 A 19thC French clock and garniture set, the shaped brass base on six feet with a cloven hoof to each side leading up to winged cherubs holding the clock, the top in a stylised lyre with

mythical bird's heads to either side and a flower finial to the centre, the white enamel dial with coloured floral garlands and Arabic numerals and matching five branch candelabra garnitures. Clock has key but not working. Height of clock 470, garnitures 450. $950 586 A French clock with garniture, the pink marble case with gilt metal feet and side handles with a bronzed spelter figurine of a winged fairy to the top with label `Rosee Du Matin, Par Aug. Moreau', the enamel painted clock dial with Arabic numerals behind glass, some floral decoration, with two smaller pink marble stands on decorative gilt metal feet and bronzed spelter urns to the top. Working order with key. Heights 500 and 370, widths 270 and 135, depths 130 and 100. $900 587 A 19thC gilt metal brass figural mantel clock in the form of a young boy leaning against the clock reaching up to a jug of wine, the oval base with four feet and a winged cherub playing a mandolin, the enamel dial under glass with Arabic numerals and made by the Newhaven Clock Co. USA, winder missing. Height 250, width 160, depth 120. $200 588 A Victorian period china mantel clock, the front painted with three dancing maidens and a cherub playing a harp in the Angelica Kaufmann style, gilt embellishments on a green ground, the white enamel dial with Roman numerals behind glass, not in working order. Height 370, width 160, depth 130. $200 589 A Victorian period china mantel clock, the front profusely decorated with pink and white roses with gilt embellishments on a cobalt blue ground, the decorative dial behind glass with a china chapter ring with Arabic numerals, not in working order. Height 430, width 270, depth 100. $200 590 A 19thC wood cased mantel clock, of tall elegant form with architectural pediment, restrained painted decoration to front with decorative brass stringing, the enamel dial under glass with Roman numerals, on later wooden base, no key or pendulum. Height 410, width 260, depth 150. $300 591 An Edwardian period Sheraton Revival wood cased mantel clock, the front with a domed top, a brass pillar to either side of the face and a Greek urn inlaid to the base, the silvered metal dial with Arabic numerals. Has key and pendulum and in working order. Height 310, width 240, depth 150. $450

592 An Edwardian period wood cased mantel clock, the oak case with shaped front, the enamel dial under glass with Roman numerals, has key and pendulum, with brass carrying handle to top. Height 110, width 200, depth 120. $400 593 A 19thC American and Ansonia mantel clock, the wood case highly decorative with finials, turned swirls and a female head to the top, original glass with floral painted decoration and a painted dial with Roman numerals. Has pendulum and key. Minor damage to base. Height 640, width 330, depth 10. $350 594 A Victorian period black marble mantel clock of architectural style, the pediment with brass floral embellishment, a fluted brass column to each side of face, the gilt metal dial under glass with Roman numerals and open escarpment, has key but no pendulum. Height 330, width 330, depth 140. $350 595 A Victorian period black marble mantel clock of architectural style, restrained engraved decoration to front with a green marbled half column to each side, the dial under glass with Roman numerals, has key and pendulum, not in working order. Height 320, width 320, depth 135. $350 596 A Victorian period black marble mantel clock of architectural form, restrained engraved decoration, green veined marble embellishments to top and front, the dial under glass with Arabic numerals, has key and pendulum, in working order. Height 280, width 210, depth 130. $350 597 A Victorian period clock, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, marked J. & J. Braddock, Globe Meter Works, has key and pendulum, in a later oak case. Height 370, width 210, depth 200. $300 598 A 19th Century American wood cased mantel clock by Seth Thomas, steeple form with turned finials, painted dial with Roman numerals, original glass door, has key and pendulum, in working order. Height 370, width 240, depth 120. $300 599 A 19th Century American Ingraham and Co. wood cased mantel clock, the case in the form of an "onion" topped spire with a gilt painted half ball to each side, the dial under glass with Roman numerals, has key and pendulum. Height 460, width 290, depth 130. $350 600 A late Victorian period walnut hanging wall clock, circular form with weights and pendulum, Roman


numerals to face with original brass bezel and glass, 40 hour movement, striking on a bell. Diameter 280. $350 601 A brass cased night watchman's recording time piece, the cylindrical brass case encloses a white enamel watch base, with key, AF. Diameter 75. $150 602 An Art Deco period "General Electric" clock of early digital style, the dark bakelite cabinet case with floral stylised engraved brass front panel with three apertures, hours, minutes and seconds showing behind on revolving drums and disk, working order. Height 160, width 105, depth 95. $275

603 An Edwardian period silver stamp box of rectangular form, the hinged sloping lid with two viewing compartments for stamps, opening to reveal gilded interior of two compartments with curved base, gadroon border to base. London 1909, maker Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. (William Gibson & John Lawrence Langman). See page 33. $220 604 An early 20thC gilded `gold cased' cigarette case of oblong shape, the lid enamelled with a scene of Wanganui River. Length 88. $220 605 A George VI period silver trophy cup, the octagonal bowl with angular handles on Arts & Crafts type column and spreading octagonal base, presentation inscribed "Matamata Racing Club, Matamata Cup 1944", Sheffield 1938, maker Walker & Hall. Height 200. See page 36. $600 606 A presentation silver cigarette box of plain rectangular form inscribed with "Presented to Surgeon Lieutenant Commander R.G. Anthony R.N. on the Occasion of his Marriage 7th December 1935", decorated with facsimile signatures, Sheffield 1934. Height 50, width 80, depth 90. $200 607 An Art Deco period silver dressing table ring box of circular shape with velvet lined interior and engine turned lid with initials. Diameter 106, Birmingham 1931. Makers Adie Bros. $160 608 A small late Victorian period angel's head silver trinket box of oval shape. Length 70. London 1895. Together with a pair of matching dishes. Length 120. London 1986. Maker W. Comyns & Sons. See page 33. $150 609 A Victorian period silver snuff box of oblong shape with finely engraved floral designs. Length 54, Birmingham 1896, makers mark JG. $150


610 A George III period silver snuff box of rectangular book form, engraved decoration, hinged lid, Birmingham 1801, maker Thomas Wilmore. $260 611 A Dutch silver miniature box modelled as a canal house, the gabled roof of the three story building hinges to reveal the interior, the facia with finish of brickwork and arched windows, the roof surmounted by a chimney, Dutch silver marks and import marks for Chester, 1904. Height 65. See page 33. $320 612 A silver cased scent bottle, the cylindrical case with a hinged lid, gilded interior enclosing a glass stoppered scent bottle, London 1886 maker Samuel Morden. $180 613 An Edwardian period silver trinket box of oblong shape with four sinuous legs and mauve velvet pin cushion top. Length 120. Birmingham 1904. $150 614 A good WMF silver plated Art Nouveau dressing table tray decorated with a young woman, water pitcher and fruiting grape vines. Length 290, impressed marks c.1900. See page 36. $250 615 A three piece silver dressing table set, hand mirror and two brushes, high Art Nouveau decoration of leaves, flowers and tendrils, Sheffield 1909. Maker Walker & Hall. Together with a comb which has a distressed silver mount. See page 36. $200 616 A small silver mesh purse on short silver chain, London 1923. Width 105. $120 617 A silver mesh purse, French 925 std, chain handle. Height 120, width 140. $250 618 A silver brandy warmer of plain Georgian style, squat baluster shape with pouring spout and turned wood handle. Diameter 90. Marked sterling. $160 619 A silver two-handled silver wine tasting cup of plain circular shape on short foot. Diameter 95. Sheffield 1921. Maker W. Hutton & Sons Ltd. $100 620 A fine quality American sterling silver basket dish of circular shape with intricate pierced decoration and affixed handle. Diameter 230. Marked sterling. $120 621 A small silver chocolate pot of octagonal baluster form, with turned wooden side handle. Sheffield 1919. Height 180. $200 622 A rare Georgian period Old Sheffield Plate wine funnel of bulbous trumpet

shape with original curved tip and internal gilded draining tray. Length 170. Some faults. See page 36. $200 623 A c.1900 Dutch silver caster of baluster form, repeating lobed decoration, the spherical body with three relief floral embossed sprays, circular spreading foot, the tall domed cover with tapered floral finial. Various embossed marks. Height 140. $300 624 A Dutch silver sugar caster of baluster form, the body with wrythen embossed decoration, the lid with fine leaf form piercings, flame finial, c.1908. Height 150. $220 625 A Victorian period claret jug, the bulbous base of the decanter etched with grapes and grape leaves, the silver plate handle, lid and collars decoratively etched and embossed, lid needs repinning. Height 280. See page 33. $300 626 A claret jug with cut crystal tapering cylindrical body, silver plated collar, spout, hinged lid and acanthus handle. Height 275. See page 33. $100 627 A modern silver plate and glass claret jug, in the form of a duck, together with a silver plate Walker & Hall iced water jug. Height 250 and 180. $150 628 A pair of Victorian period silver plate on copper wine coasters with gadrooned rims and turned wood bases. Diameter 180. Some copper showing. $150 629 Two George III period silver decanter labels marked "Sherry" and "Madeira", London 1800. Maker Elizabeth Morley. $375 630 Two New Zealand silver decanter labels, one of oval form marked "Sherry", maker R.H., New Zealand hallmarks four - 1979, the other of rectangular form marked "Samurai", maker R.H. 1985. $110 631 A small fine quality silver gilt trumpet shaped specimen vase decorated with green enamel. Height 155. Birmingham 1912. $120 632 An Edwardian period silver specimen vase, the exterior pierced and embossed with swags and florals, with flaring frilled rim and original blue glass liner. Birmingham 1905. Height 230. $130 633 A silver half pint mug of tapering can form with reeded base. Height 90, inscribed and dated 1944. Maker's mark Hamilton & Co. Calcutta. $160 634 A George IV crested silver pint mug of plain design with ear shape han-


dle, London 1823, maker William Bateman. Height 115, weight 370g. $850 635 A good quality Georgian Revival silver tripod sauce boat of plain design with shaped rim, ivory handle and pad feet. Length 155. Sheffield 1937, makers Viners & Co. $160 636 A good quality Edwardian period helmet shaped cream jug and matching sugar bowl, shaped rims, lion mask and paw feet, scroll handle. Height of creamer 120, Sheffield 1904. Maker Francis Higgins. $220 637 A George III period helmet shaped silver cream jug with beaded rim and classical engraving. Height 130. London 1788, John Lambe. See page 36. $400 638 A large early Victorian period crested silver two-handled sugar basin ornately embossed with leaves, flowers and scrolls in the French manor. Diameter 160. London 1846, makers probably Jos. & Albert Savory. $350 639 A silver column candlestick, with Corinthian capital raised on a tapering octagonal section column supported on a stepped plinth base, some repairs, Birmingham early twentieth century. Height 190. $130 640 A pair of contemporary style candlesticks, the square base with a hand beaten effect, a small thimble style candle holder to the centre, London 1959. Maker's initials JENH. Width 40, depth 80. $180 641 A William IV period silver caddy spoon with oval shell form bowl, the plain elongated oval handle with rearing horse crest, London 1832. $150 642 A George III silver caddy spoon, Old English pattern, London 1818, maker George Wintle. $120 643 A George III period silver caddy spoon, fiddle pattern with plain ovoid bowl, Birmingham 1816, maker Joseph Willmore. $120 644 A mid-Victorian period mother-ofpearl handled and silver blade pocket knife, London 1852. Small break to mother-of-pearl. Length when open 150. $80 645 A three piece Edwardian period Georgian Revival silver tea and coffee set, oval section with fluted decoration, ebonised handles and finials, teapot, coffee pot and cream jug, Sheffield 1909. J. Dixon & Sons. $450 646 A Regency period old Sheffield plate teapot on square foot with ornate

crest to front and slight gadrooning around the top and rim. Fruit wood handle with some wear to black paint. Height 220, width 280, depth 120. See page 36. $280 647 An Edwardian period Walker and Hall can-shaped silverplated three piece teaset with finely engraved decoration on plated two-handled tray. $120 648 A five piece silver plated tea and coffee service of baluster shape with embossed flower decoration, makers Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. London. $850 649 A Victorian silver coffee pot, the baluster body chased and engraved with foliate designs, a crest of a dog engraved to the cartouche on one side, the spout with mask mount and birds head mouth, the S-scroll handle with acanthus capping, the domed lid with bird finial, Sheffield 1856 maker Martin Hall and Co. Height 275. See page 36. $1000 650 A silver three piece teaset, the squat baluster teapot ornately chased and engraved with foliate designs, raised on four acanthus feet, the hinged lid surmounted by a bird finial, the handle with ivory heat rings, the sugar bowl and milk jug confirming, London 1868, makers mark J.W. See page 36. $1750 651 A part set of early Victorian period crested single struck King's pattern silver cutlery - 6 table fork, London 1840 (3), 1841 (2) and Glasgow 1827 - 6 dessert spoons, London 1841 (5), 1858, together with six large and six small table knifes with Sheffield steel blades and silver plated King's pattern handles. $850 652 A set of William IV double struck King's pattern silver table cutlery, 12 tablespoons, 12 table forks, 12 dessert spoons and 12 dessert forks, all London 1836, maker Benjamin Smith except for one table fork London 1828, one dessert spoon London 1830 and one dessert fork London 1829. See page 36. $5000 653 A George III silver marrow scoop, bead decoration to handle with monogrammed initials to base of large scoop, London 1778, maker Thomas Northcote. Length 225 $480 654 A silver plate Walker & Hall cutlery set consisting of six large knives, six small knives, six large forks, six small forks, six dessert spoons, six soup spoons, six tablespoons, six teaspoons, six coffee spoons, cheese knife, jam spoon and carving set, in a Windsor style pattern and in original mahogany box. $350

655 An Edwardian period canteen of cutlery, six place setting with extras carving set, sugar tongs, pickle fork, butter knife, etc., Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Co. Ltd. Regent Street London. Original oak box. $350 656 A set of six fiddle pattern table forks. Sheffield 1898. $250 657 A walnut cased set of fish and fruit knives and forks, six place setting, the engraved silver blades with foliate decoration, mother-of-pearl handles, Sheffield 1902 maker Robert F. Mosely. $500 658 A pair George II silver tablespoons old English pattern, London 1735, makers mark A.H. beneath a mullet. $200 659 A heavy William IV period double struck King's pattern silver soup ladle. Length 340. London 1836. Maker Benjamin Smith. Old repair. See page 36. $250 660 An early Victorian period silver sauce ladle, fiddle pattern, London1838, maker Benjamin Smith III. Length 185. $130 661 Twelve antique table knives, the French 950 standard silver handles in a variation of the King's Pattern design with English steel blades marked Lambert, Coventry Street, London. London import marks, c.1895. $200 662 A pair of Geo.III silver tablespoons with bright cut decoration to handles and later embossing of berry decoration to bowls, some original gilding remains, London 1783, makers Thomas Evans and Jacob Levi, in velvet lined box. $220 663 A George II period silver bottom marked tablespoon, Old English pattern, Edinburgh 1759, maker James Hewitt. $110 664 A George III silver table fork, fiddle pattern, some wear to tines, London 1817, maker Paul Storr. $100 665 Twelve double struck King's pattern silver sweet spoons, Sheffield 1948. $120 666 Twelve Victorian period double struck King's pattern silver teaspoons, London 1864 (6) and 1873 (6). $120 667 Twelve antique fruit knives, French 950 standard with silver handles in a variation of the King's pattern, the close plated blades with Paris marks. $100 668 Ten antique fruit knives with King's pattern silver handles and plain silver blades, various hallmarks. $100





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669 A pair of George IV double struck King's pattern silver jam spoons with gilded bowls. Length 165. London 1822. Maker's William Eley & Wm. Fearne. Together with a King's pattern silver mustard spoon, Sheffield 1914. See page 36. $120 670 Six silver plated King's pattern fish knives and forks. $80 671 Six silver plated King's pattern fish knives and eight forks. $80 672 Eleven silver plated fruit knives with engraved blades. $50 673 A pair of George IV salt spoons, old English pattern, Birmingham 1829. $60 674 A pair of silver salt spoons, Queens pattern, London 1817. $75 675 Four Georgian silver salt spoons, Old English pattern one with bright cutting. $100 676 Three silver Georgian salt spoons, various patterns. $80 677 A pair of William IV double struck King's pattern silver salt spoons with gilded bowls, London 1836, maker Benjamin Smith. See page 36. $100 678 A set of early Victorian period fiddle pattern silver sugar tongs. Length 145. London 1851. Maker Robert Wallis. $75 679 Two Victorian period King's pattern silver sugar tongs, London 1863 - length 150 and 1894 - length 130. See page 36. $100 680 An early Victorian period double struck King's Pattern silver sifting ladle. Length 155. London 1852. See page 36. $100 681 A pair of silver berry jam spoons. Sheffield 1850. The bowls embossed with various fruit, the stems foliate decorated. $70 682 A pair of silver salad servers, old English pattern. Birmingham 1915. $80 683 A silver plated King's pattern fish slice together with a fancy plated King's pattern serving slice. See page 36. $100 684 A three piece carver set with King's pattern silver handles and steel blades. Faults. See page 36. $50 685 A WMF centrepiece with green and white glass trumpet vase and a fruit bowl supported on a silver plate Art Nouveau whiplash stand with a female figured frame. Height 460. See page 36. $750

686 A Victorian period silver salver, on three circular winged feet, heavily embossed border with floral engraving to interior, Birmingham 1868, makers Jonas and George Bowen. Diameter 285mm. $500 687 A two-handled silver plated butler's tray with finely engraved decoration and shaped leaf shell and scroll border. Length 715. $150 688 A late Victorian period silver plate strawberry condiment set, the decorative stand on four claw feet with an icing sugar sifting spoon and plain sugar spoon attached to carrying handle, the two sugar containers with original gilt interior. Height 15, width 130, depth 100. See page 36. $200 689 A silver plate tea caddy of tall square form, the interior lined with wood, the exterior corners with nailed metal bound effect. The lid engraved with a map of India, Nepal, and Ceylon. Height 40, width 10, depth 10. $120 690 Two Georgian Revival silver shell dishes with frosted glass liners, Birmingham 1922 and 1916. Diameter 105 & 90. $120 691 A pair of European silver and cut crystal swan salts, the head, neck and hinged wings in decorative silver, the oval crystal bodies with star cut bases, complete with silver spoons. Length 70. $150 692 A small Russian silver beaker, the exterior decorated with florals and buildings, finesse mark of 84 stamped to base with city coat of arms, maker's initials, A.C. and date 1875. Height 65, diameter 60. $120 693 A large round Dutch silver plate humidor, the interior divided into four compartments, the exterior in a hand beaten effect, special square latch that could be locked. Height 160, diameter 150. $200 694 A pair of small Danish George Jensen 925 standard silver pepper pots in a tapering ten sided shape with decorated tops. Height 34, impressed marks. $100

695 A hand knotted Turkish rug, the oblong field with floral motifs, three border guards with central wide guard in colours of red, blue, green, pale apricot, brown and ivory. Width 840, length 1570. $120 696 A hand knotted rug, the field with central medallion and boteh, plant and bird designs, three border


guards, in colours of blue, green, red, brown, mustard, ochre and ivory. Width 900, length 1300. $150 697 A hand knotted Turkish rug, the field decorated with three long medallions, two border guards, geometric motifs in colours of blue, dark green, deep rose pink and ivory. Width 800, length 1350. $150 698 A hand knotted Turkish rug, the field with a large hexagonal medallion, three border guards with central wide guard and geometric floral motifs in colours of blue, rose pink, brown and ivory. Width 780, length 1300. $150 699 A small hand knotted Pakistan rug, the field with three stylised medallions and multiple narrow border guards in colours of pale orange, aubergine and ivory. Width 630, length 940. $60 700 An old Persian Shiraz rug, all wool construction, the field with two joined diamond form medallions and scattered rosettes, birds and repeating motifs to the two border guards, in colours of red, blue, indigo and ivory. Length 1410, width 1100. $175 701 A modern hand knotted Caucasian rug, the field decorated with three rows of geometric floral motifs, three border guards, colours of red, blue, pale apricot, pale yellow, brown and ivory. Width 960, length 1510. $150 702 An old hand knotted Persian Saruq rug, the field with central medallion, three border guards, floral motifs, in colours of dark red, blue, green, pale rose pink and ochre. Width 1000, length 1400. Worn and torn. $190 703 A modern hand knotted Caucasian runner, the field decorated with five geometric medallions, two wide border guards, colours of dark red, orange, shades of blue, pale yellow and ochre. Width 870, length 2200. $200 704 A hand knotted Afghan rug, the field decorated with three large gul motifs, four border guards in typical colours of rich dark red and dark blue. Width 1000, length 1450. $250 705 A hand knotted Turkish rug the field decorated with three large medallions, geometric floral motifs and three border guards in colours of dark blue, pale turquoise, dark red, aubergine and ivory. Width 1030, length 1560, $200 706 A small hand knotted Turkish rug, the field decorated with three large medallions, geometric floral motifs, three border guards, colours of dark blue, pale turquoise, dark red,


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aubergine and ivory. Width 1030, length 1560. $200 707 A hand knotted Turkish rug, the field decorated with two large medallions with hooked running dog borders, three border guards and geometric motifs in colours of blue, pale rose pink, apricot and ivory. Width 1230, length 1960. $200 708 A hand knotted Turkish rug, the field with three large medallions with hooked running dog borders, three border guards with central wide guard, geometric motifs in colours of dark blue, rust brown and ivory. Width 1200, length 1900. $250 709 A hand knotted Persian rug, the field decorated with stylised floral designs, three border guards, the central wide guard in colours of red, blue, green, dark rose pink, mauve, brown and ivory. Width 1040, length 1360. $300 710 A hand knotted Persian rug, the field with central medallion, floral designs, seven border guards, a central wide guard in pale colours of rose pink, green, aubergine and ivory. Width 1230, length 1700. $300 711 A hand-knotted Persian Arak rug with central large medallion and floral decoration, five border guards, in colours of red, blue, green, rose pink, tan and ivory. Width 1060, length 1530. $350 712 A finely knotted silk rug with central medallion and three border guards, floral designs in colours of blue, brown, gold and ivory on a pale golden ground. Width 900, length 1540. $350 713 A large hand knotted Persian Hamadan rug with central floral medallion (the design repeated in each corner) all-over stylised floral motifs with three border guards in typical colours of rich red, dark blue, green, brown, pale rose pink and ivory. Width 1420, length 2500. $450 714 A hand knotted Persian Gabeh runner, the field with intricate coloured stripes, the single wide border guard divided into multi-coloured squares with plant and animal motifs. Length 3200, width 1410. $450 715 A long hand knotted Turkish runner, the field with a single row of large medallions, three border guards with central wide geometric guard, in colours of blue, red and ivory. Width 930, length 5400. $400 716 A hand knotted Afghan runner, the field decorated with a single row of large gul medallions, five border

guards, colours of rich red and dark blue. Width 800, length 3000. $400 717 An Afghan runner rug, all wool, the field with eight octagonal `Elephants foot' gulls on a plain red field, three border guards and indigo highlights. Length 3780, width 790. $450 718 A large hand knotted Turkish rug of bold geometric design with a single octagonal medallion and multiple border guards in colours of red, blue, green, brown, rose pink and ivory. Width 1500, length 2800. $500 719 A large hand knotted Persian rug, the field with all-over entwined leaf and flower motifs, five border guards with central wide guard in colours of blue, peach, ochre, pale rose pink and ivory. Width 1970, length 3000. Mahal area near Iraq, Southern Iran. $800 720 A large hand knotted Afghan Turkoman carpet, the field decorated with rows of gull motifs, typical colours of rich dark red and dark blue. Width 2500, length 3500. $1200 721 A hand knotted Afghan Andkhoi rug, the field decorated with typical floral motifs, multiple narrow border guards with one wide central guard, colours of rich dark red, dark blue, terracotta and ochre. Width 2000, length 3000. $1250 722 A Persian Hamadan carpet, the rectangular field with large diamond medallion with pendant ends on plain red ground with florals to the borders, three border guards, the wide central guard with floral repeating decoration, dominant tones of various blues, red, ivory and soft orange. Length 2840, width 2150. $1600

723 A 19thC black paint finish ship's storage box of plain oblong shape with metal side handles and plinth base, with old shipping labels and painted stencil "Not wanted on Voyage, Miss Scott, Auckland NZ S.S. Aorangi". Width 800, depth 460, height 43, some distress. The Aorangi was a steamer built in Scotland in 1883 and was used by the NZSCL to provide a passenger service between GB and NZ. She was scuttled at the Orkney Islands in 1915. For provenance see label attached to interior. $400 724 A New Zealand Union Steamship Co. saloon chair in exotic pale timber, the curved back with panel decorated with USSCo. logo within laurel leaves, gilded and highlighted in red, the circular seat with original cane top (for summer) above original upholstered


, all on fancy metal three way revolving base. Height 895. $1400 725 A dark stained New Zealand kauri circular dining table, the plain top with a thumbnail moulded edge on an octagonal turned support with a tripod base and original black china casters. Diameter 1130, height 750. $350 726 A New Zealand Colonial rimu Scotch chest, the central top hat drawer with mottled panel, four drawers across the top (one with dummy fronts) and three full width drawers below, original metal Art Nouveau handles and white china casters. Height 1250, width 1240, depth 600. $1800 727 A New Zealand Colonial kauri chip art octagonal occasional table, slender turned column supports and square platform base. Height 700, width 510. $120 728 A good quality reproduction cross banded mahogany flap-top card table of Georgian style decorated with boxwood inlay, flame veneers and fan shaped inlay, green baize interior and tapering square section legs. Width 910, depth 450, height 770. Maker Warren Howard, Auckland. $500 729 A Victorian mahogany carved wood armchair, with scrolling top rail and carved splat, the arms carved and formed as stylised fish on turned and carved supports, the drop-in seat in a carved frame with cabriole legs and turned stretchers. Height 1070. $250 730 A 19thC fruitwood country rocker, slat back, remains of paint finish. Height 930, width 470, depth 620. $250 731 A 19thC oak side chair, the back with carved decoration and acorn finials, the solid seat on turned supports with stretcher base. $150 732 A set of six Victorian period walnut balloon back dining chairs with carved decoration, serpentine fronts, cabriole front legs and green velvet covers. Attention required. $400 733 Georgian elm spindle back country chair with distressed rush seat and stretcher base. $120 734 A Georgian period elm Hepplewhite camel country chair with solid seat and stretcher base. $180 735 A vintage oak Monk's bench of traditional design, the back lifting up and over with carved back, sides and front and a single long hinged seat. Length 1370, depth 460, height with back in place 900. $650


736 A small Victorian period beech cottage chair with shaped and carved back, upholstered seat, turned splay front legs and stretcher base. $120 737 An Edwardian period mahogany display cabinet, the central glazed panel with decorative mouldings flanked by two glazed doors and side panels, panelled base, raised on square section legs. $750 737A A Victorian period pine two door cupboard, each with two panels enclosing two fitted shelves, plinth base, dark waxed finish. Height 121, width 162, depth 395. $550 738 A Victorian walnut games table of square shape on four carved cabriole legs, the original green baize top with brass slated corners. Width 1050, depth 1020, height 730. $500 739 A Victorian walnut serpentine flat top card table with restrained carved decoration, fluted bulbous support and quadrupod base with scroll feet and original brown china casters, the interior with circular green baize. Width 920, depth 460, height 740. $850 740 A Georgian mahogany flat front chest of five drawers, two across the top, three graduated full width drawers below, oval brass handles, splay feet and restrained box wood inlay along the base. Width 1030, depth 560, height 950, with key. $1250 741 A Victorian mahogany bow front chest of two short over three long drawers flanked by plain columns, bun handles, short turned legs. $1650 742 A George III period mahogany flat front chest of two short over three long drawers, turned handles and bracket feet, good condition. $1650 743 A small late Victorian period mahogany secretaire bookcase cabinet, the top section with astragal leadlight glazed doors and three internal shelves, the base with fitted writing drawer and two panelled cupboard doors, original Art Nouveau metal handles, stepped pediment and plinth base. Width 1060, depth 465, height 2180. $1200 744 A quality early Victorian period flame mahogany bookcase chiffonier with two glazed double arched panelled doors with half turned finials, above frieze drawer and two matching panelled doors, plinth base. $1500 745 A small Victorian period burr walnut oval side table, the quartered cross

banded top with deep thumb nail moulded edge, on turned pedestals with carved legs, turned stretcher and original white china casters. Length 900, width 500, height 760. Restored with glass top. $450 746 A quality George III mahogany tilt top wine table, the circular solid flame mahogany large top on turned pedestal and three way base, good colour and patina. Diameter 795, height 700. $1350 747 A Victorian period burr walnut tilt-top loo table, the oval quartered top with thumb nail moulded edge on pedestal quadrupod base with scroll feet and white china casters. Length 1180, width 880, height 710. $450 748 A Victorian period mahogany dressing table with shaped front, the oval mirror on carved supports, seven small drawers and central piano top compartment, carved cabriole front legs with platform base. Width 1200, depth 530, height 1580. $500 749 A late 19thC French Kingwood dressing table with banded inlay, gilt metal mounts and glass top, the top section with three bevelled mirrors and two small drawers, the base with two drawers and slender circular section legs. Height 1700, width 1150, depth 540. $850 750 An old French blue painted metal two stage wine rack with twin doors. Length 1020, depth 370, height 1150. $250 751 A Victorian period rosewood three stage whatnot with carved and pierced gallery top, slender turned pedestals, single drawer in base and original white china casters. Height 1050, width 560. $300. 752 A Georgian mahogany three-stage dumb waiter of traditional circular plain design with turned columns and tripod base with pad feet. Height 1150, diameter of largest tray 560. See page 36. $1250 753 A good Regency rectangular shaped tea table. The mahogany top with brass stringing and cross banding, raised on a gun barrel pedestal with four fluted splayed legs terminating in brass caps and casters. 1060 x 1550, height 720. $2000 754 A Victorian period mahogany dining table of plain oblong shape with rounded corners, thumbnail moulded edge and four well proportioned turned legs with original large brass casters. Length 1400, width 1240, height 730. $400

755 A small Victorian period satinwood pedestal desk with three drawers across the top and two arched panelled cupboard doors below - thumbnail moulded top edge, tooled red leather insert and moulded glass handles. Length 985, depth 500, height. $550 756 A vintage mahogany bow front cutlery cabinet of Queen Anne style with four fitted drawers and cabriole legs. Width 620, depth 420, height 850. With key. $250 757 A small old good quality Chinese hardwood side table of square section with ornate carved decoration and marble top. Width 410, depth 410, height 475. Crack in marble. $400 758 A long Chinese hardwood low table of plain oblong shape, four pegged circular section legs with shaped aprons in between. Length 1850, width 350, height 520. $200 759 A Chinese red lacquer cabinet of plain design, the two full length doors with circular bronze patinated doorplate, the interior with two shelves and two small drawers - raised on stile feet. Height 1800, width 1100, depth 670. $450 760 A tall Chinese cabinet, the red and black lacquer front with carved and gilded decoration, the twin panelled doors opening to reveal fitted interior, raised on stile feet. Height 1820, width 860, depth 640. $450 761 A low Japanese black lacquer table of oblong shape with profuse shell inlay and short cabriole legs. Width 900, length 1200, height 320. $160 762 A small old Japanese tansu chest with six drawers, two sliding doors and a small fitted safe, original iron locks and handles, slatted sides and the same design on the sliding doors. Width 920, depth 430, height 950. $450 763 An old Tibetan leather covered trunk of rectangular form with hinged lid, decorative metal fittings, faded old red staining. Width 750, height 355, depth 405. $250 764 A gilt framed three way dressing table mirror, the frame decorated with sea scrolls and surmounted by a foliate finial. Width 670, height 620. $100

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766 A set of four 19thC hunting scene prints after paintings by H. Alken, includes "Taking The River", "Charging an Ox Fence" etc. each entitled and detailed with date 1822, and coloured, each in ebonised frame under glass, 295 x 370. $400 767 19thC artist unknown, Crimean War scene, small oil on canvas, 190 x 230, ornate gold painted frame. $200 768 A George III period indenture signed "John Bell, Robert Sarason & M. Tibbett", 500 x 380, framed behind glass. $200 769 A pair of fine Indian miniature watercolour paintings. One of a woman playing a sitar, the other of a woman picking a blossom from a tree. The largest 165 x 120. $100 770 Three Indian miniature watercolour paintings on individual leaves inscribed with script. Two depict lovers, on a terrace and in a garden, the other a single figure of a woman picking a blossom from a tree. Various sizes, the largest 220 x 130. $250 771 A Victorian bird's eye maple framed engraving of a priest and attendant blessing a selection of game brought before him after a successful hunt. 560 x 710. $250 772 J.T. Willmore, Scottish Highland hunting party on loch, large Victorian engraving after Jacob Thompson 550 X 950, distressed. Original wide birdseye maple frame. $200 773 An engraving by Cousins after Chalon of the young Queen Victoria in burr totara frame. 770 x 520. See back cover. $600 774 Bernard Gantner (b.1928, French), "Ruelle en Alsace Rouffach", oil on canvas, signed & dated '69, entitled on reverse, 1020 x 800, original frame. Complete with original purchase receipt from Madden Galleries London 1974. $1500 775 Graham Nobel Norwell (1901-1967) winter scene with cottage, watercolour with white heightening, signed, 190 x 255, original frame under glass. $250 776 Graham Nobel Norwell (1901-1967) extensive landscape scene, watercolour, signed, framed under glass. $170 776A Graham Nobel Norwell (1901-1967) extensive lake landscape scene, watercolour, signed, 310 x 410. Two small bleach spots and crease to one corner, unframed. $100

777 A small old hand coloured map of South America by Emanuel Bowen 140 X 180. c. 1751. Framed behind glass. Emanuel Bowen was one of the most significant map makers of his century. $150 778 Joan Lindsey stylised floral still life, oil on board with pallet knife detail, signed and dated '65, 395 X 645. $150 779 Dot Law. Untitled construction, multi media, unsigned, 650 x 895. $250 780 Dick Frizzell, Legend of Maui, Limited Edition print 24/136, signed, dated '95, 300 x 475, in black finished frame under glass. $250 781 Dick Frizzell Maori bird legend image Limited Edition print, 75/136, signed and dated '95, 305 x 475, in black frame under glass. $250 782 Michel Frechon portrait of a soldier with lemon squeezer hat, pencil drawing, 430 x 330, signed and in original oak frame with gilt slip. This portrait is of Mr George Herrmann Tarr, Auckland, who served in France with the machine gun corps in the First World War and on his return to New Zealand became a film-maker. For details see reverse. $200 783 C.H. Howarth, Mt Cook, water colour 225 x 400, signed. $320 784 Allan Crombie "River Scene - Cable Bay Road, Nelson", oil on board, 500 x 800, signed, gilt frame. $300 785 Wallace Keown "Mt Pisgah, Lake Te Anau", oil on board, 290 x 240, signed and dated '81. $200 786 Jonathan R. White "Mapourika River, South Westland", oil on board, 580 x 730, signed, titled and dated 1969. Crazed. $200 787 Jonathan R. White, South Island lake and bush scene, oil on board, 440 x 580, signed and dated 1972. $200 788 Jonathan R. White, "Panekiri Bluff", oil on board, 440 x 600, signed, titled and dated 1970. $250 789 John Papas `Tell Me Of Other Cities', oil on canvas and painted terracotta, 3500 x 5200, signed. $400 790 John Papas `Image' abstract oil on canvas, 1200x 1200 signed and dated 1989. $400 791 Stanley Palmer, Flag - "The Edge of the Pacific", watercolour, signed, dated 1986. 580 x 395. See back cover. $500

792 Stanley Palmer. Newmarket Station, mono type, edition one of six, signed, dated 1987. 560 x 860. See back cover. $ 400 793 Paul Hartigan "Little Lies", screen print, artist's proof, signed, dated 1979. 595 x 505. Unframed. $200 794 Peggy Spicer, Mt. Cook, watercolour 380 X 550, signed. See back cover. $600 795 A old John Tallis map of New Zealand, 380 X 280, the illustrations by H. Warren and J. B. Allen. Framed behind glass. $150 796 Frank Wright "Whirinaki River, Ureweras" watercolour, 240 x 360, signed. Original John Leech label on reverse. Some foxing. See back cover. $750 796A Walter Wright, Maori whares and figures, water colour, 200 x 330, signed. $950 797 Douglas Badcock "Coronet Peak & Shotover River", oil on board, 340 x 440, signed and dated '61. See back cover. $600 798 Douglas Badcock, "Haruru Falls near Waitangi" oil on board, 460 x 580, signed. See back cover. $750



Expressions of interest are invited for this rare Chinese 15th century early Ming Dynasty tripod censer.

This piece was offered at Christies Hong Kong in 2002 with an estimate of $1,800,000 Hong Kong dollars on the 27th of October 2002, lot 684. On behalf of our New Zealand vendor we now invite tenders up until September 17th this year 2010. All enquiry to the auctioneers, John Cordy Ltd.

Recent Auction Highlights

German Karl Bub Nuremberg tinplate clockwork limousine. Achieved $600 19thC French brass cased petite sonnerie carriage clock. Achieved $2,800 Pair of 20thC Royal Crown Derby Mansion dwarves. Achieved $850 John Dickson 12 guage round action sporting shotgun. Achieved $12,500

Old brass diver's helmet. Achieved $5,100

Large Chinese porcelain baluster vase. Achieved $2,000

18thC Dutch silver chamberstick. Achieved $11,500

Queen Anne silver mug. Achieved $3,400

Len Castle "Volcanic & Geothermal" series shallow bowl. Achieved $2,800

19thC Fijian tabua. Achieved $2,100 The Empire Stamp Album collection. Achieved $3,000

3.01ct diamond ring. Achieved $30,000

Royal Doulton white bone china Maori Art part teaset. Achieved $1,900 Chinese porcelain baluster vase. Achieved $3,800

Maori pre-European stone adze blade. Achieved $700

Royal Doulton Sung ware specimen vase. Achieved $3,250

19thC Japanese cloisonne wall plate. Achieved $2,200

Maori pre-European stone adze head (toki). Achieved $1,400

Chinese vase. Achieved $4,500

Vintage leopard skin. Achieved $2,000


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