ANTIQUE AUCTION 23rd June 2009

ANTIQUE AUCTION 23rd June 2009 Antique & Art Catalogue Including antique copper and brass, moneyboxes, cathedral heater, lights, tantalus, tea cadd...
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ANTIQUE AUCTION

23rd June 2009

Antique & Art Catalogue Including antique copper and brass, moneyboxes, cathedral heater, lights, tantalus, tea caddy, walnut jewellery box, pipes, music box, parking meter lamp, 1950’s aluminium coffee maker, spelter figures, tapestry, linen, lace, pair of shrouds, postcard albums, standing ruler stick, powder flasks, 8kg elephant tusk, Victorian Scottish ceremonial dirk, Japanese naval swords, rare 1759 flintlock sporting gun, 1900 Daum vase, art glass, Georgian glasses, carved Maori walking sticks, taiaha, whalebone stirrer, carved canoe prow, carved lamp base, large kauri gum bust, selection of vintage Maori photo’s, Jane Brenkley box, Crown Lynn, Albert Crum mantel dogs, George Boyd plinth, Pacific, P.N.G. and African items, carved Chinese peach pips, carved tigers eye figure, jade horse, Chinese ceramics including famille rose, celadon, Japanese ceramics including Satsuma, Kutani, Imari, good selection of Japanese woodblock prints, Staffordshire flatbacks, pepper pots, pastille burner, Galle plate, pair Victorian moon vases, large Spode soup tureen, pair Mansion House dwarves, Amphora, Susie Cooper tea for two, Booths Real Old Willow, Spode Camilla, Royal Worcester, big selection of Lladro pieces, many fine pieces of Victorian and estate jewellery, gold chains, diamond rings, pendants, bracelets, emerald rings, N.Z. jewellery including gold bearing quartz fob, greenstone, paua items and Tony Buller brooch and bracelet, miniatures, wristwatches, Omega military wristwatch, Seiko diver’s watch, Sheraton Revival clocks, Ungans inlay bracket clock, large carriage clock, boulle mantel clock, silver photo frame, silver cap pin cushion, scent bottles, hip flasks, sugar tongs, Georgian silver, Irish silver teaset, Georg Jensen silver jug, 1748 silver loving cup, Turkish and Afghan rugs, Baluchis, Hamadans, storage boxes, kauri torchere and Davenport, wine table, Pembroke and Sutherland tables, kauri Scotch chest, George III bureau, 18thC Dutch inlay secretaire, Sheraton Revival press/chest, 19thC Beidermeir chest, French furniture, chairs, tables, nest Chinese tables, two old ladders, chandeliers, English watercolours, oils, selection of T.L. Drummond oils, Louise Henderson, Wyllie engravings and many more fine pictures.

Tuesday 23rd June 2009 at 10.0am Miscellaneous Glass Artefacts, NZ Historical & Tribal Oriental Pottery & Porcelain

1 -56 57 - 68 69 - 147 148 - 195 196 - 272

Tuesday 23rd June 2009 at 5.00pm Jewellery Miniatures Clocks & Watches Silver & Plate Rugs Furniture Paintings & Prints

300 - 382 383 - 389 390 - 415 416 - 485 486 - 510 511 - 577 578 - 622

The Sale may be viewed at the following times: Friday 19th June Sunday 21st June Monday 22nd June

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: Lots 463 & 56.

JOHN CORDY LIMITED

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 www.cordys.co.nz 1

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

TUESDAY 23RD JUNE 2009 1ST SESSION at 10.00am MISCELLANEOUS 1 A pair of brass Art Nouveau candlesticks with flower bud capitals. Height 170. $80 2 A Victorian period copper watering can with long spout and a brass rose, some repairs. Height 320, length 920. $150 3 A Victorian copper two-handled cream can, the lid marked H.J. Carter Taunton. Height 260. $80

12 An old brass ship’s masthead lamp with turned wood swing handle. Height 410, Holder & Stroud Sydney 1944. $120 13 An Edwardian oak three bottle tantalus, the frame with decorative gilded metal fittings and overhead handle supporting the single drawer and three matching cushion cut crystal bottles with faceted ball stoppers, the central decanter with silver rim, with key. Height 325, length 370. $500

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Lots 4, 6, 22 4 A Victorian period cast iron crouching lion door stop. Height 375. See page 5. $250 5 A Georgian period brass skillet, circular shape on tripod base, the long handle marked “Wasbrough 5”. Diameter 185. $250 6 An old black painted pottery head of native American Indian. Height 300. See page 5. $200 7 An old negro money box with red jacket and yellow bow tie. Height 165. $120 8 A painted aluminium Starkie’s patent negro money bank, blue jacket with white bow tie. Height 165. $120 9 A Victorian white painted iron heater of hexagonal shape with elaborate pierced and moulded decoration, the interior with six Gothic shaped red glass panels. Height 850. Not in working order. $200 10 A Victorian style cast iron and brass fire grate, the back cast with a medallion amongst fruiting foliage. Width 540, height 670, depth 320. $500 11 An Art Nouveau copper light fitting with leadlight and coloured glass panels. Height 470, diameter 210. $150

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14 A Regency rosewood tea caddy of sarcophagus form, the hinged lid enclosing two lidded compartments, compressed bun feet, cut brass shield form escutcheon. Length 230, height 125. See page 5. $250 15 A burr walnut jewellery box with drawer, the interior lined in marbleised paper with ivory escutcheon and decorative stringing to top. Height 70, width 300, depth 225. See page 5. $350 16 An old treen boot shaped vesta. Height 80 - together with a treen puzzle book matchbox. Length 60. $100 17 A Victorian burr walnut Treen lidded medicine bottle holder of plain bottle shape. Height 160. $80 18 An Edwardian period oak pipe box with silver escutcheon, c.1904 - the fitted interior with two pipes, each with silver collars c.1904 and an amber cigar holder with 9ct. gold collar c.1904. $150 19 A Georgian oak country cutlery tray with shaped rim, two compartments and central handle. Length 400. $120 20 A Meerschaum pipe carved in the head of a bearded Turk. $80 21 A 19thC Swiss cylinder music box playing eight airs, the ratchet lever and controls on either side of internal glass lid, the top with classical mar-

quetry inlay in a variety of colours. Length 440. Not working. $600 22 A novelty table lamp made from the top of a parking meter. Height 490, width 210, depth 120. See page 5.$280 23 A vintage wall barometer with thermometer, the wood frame carved with deer’s head, guns and oak leaves. Height 575. One antler broken. $110 24 A vintage Italian aluminium Vesuviana coffee maker. $350 25 A modern white china lattice work baluster table lamp with cream conical shade. $100 26 A lump of N.Z. kauri gum, flattened oval form. Width 165. $80 27 Two old horn beakers of plain cylindrical form. Height 190, diameters 70 and 60. $100 28 A pair of Victorian period spelter figurines, of Diane and Ann L’Aurore, on round wooden bases, name plates to the front of each with maker’s name “Par B. Moreau” (Hors Concours), some damage. Height 580. $150 29 A vintage white plastic phone with chrome dial plate to the front and slide drawer to the base, original cord and wall mounting block. $100 30 A full length fur coat made of Nutria pelts (a small beaver like aquatic mammal). $200. 31 A pair of vintage ocelot fur gloves. Length 300. $100 32 A pair of old linen and lace shrouds with an accompanying note from the vendor, the female shroud in Ayrshire lace, together with two antique christening gowns. $120 33 A good quality French machine tapestry wall hanging decorated with heraldic shield, flowers and leaves. Width 900, length 1300. $120 34 A large vintage French machine tapestry wall hanging, scene of three figures with sheep, birds and flowers, colours of blue, green, rose pink,

brown and ivory. Width 1750, height 1280. Some wear. $200 35 A selection of antique linen and lace tray cloths, supper cloths, etc. $120 36 A pair of French mother-of-pearl and gilt metal opera glasses with side handle and cloth bag. $100 37 An Edwardian tortoiseshell magnifying glass with shaped handle. Length 180. $120 38 A green stone and silver plated toucan mounted on amethyst geode. Length 140. $100 39 Two books, “Wood Engravings” by E. Mervyn Taylor and “A Song of Praise for Maoriland” by A.H. Reed. $100 40 A vintage glass advertising paper weight for Players navy cut cigarettes. Diameter 75. $100 41 A large N.Z. kauri 1960’s free form sculpture with pierced centre and claw shaped terminal. Height 735. Old repair. $200 42 An old postcard album, N.Z. and Australian cards plus others. $200 43 A small old postcard album, N.Z. and others. $100 44 A small old fine quality Chinese ivory oval free-standing photo frame with carved and pierced dragon decoration. Height 135. $250 45 An Arts and Crafts period hand written and illustrated book, “Thelma with Love”, each page with various verse and hand drawn and coloured illustrations. $80 46 A small antique Sovereign Accordion, made in Germany. $80 47 A pair of old wax portrait miniature busts of a gent and woman in the French manner, finely detailed in relief in ivory coloured wax on glass on black ground, domed glass with angular gilded slip in ebonised rectangular frames. Height 175 x 155 overall. $750 48 An Edwardian period horse measuring walking stick, the knotted wood handle extending with a measure in hands and feet with maker’s mark “Swaine & Adeney.185.Piccadilly. London.W” with extendable brass level, the bamboo shaft with metal capped end and band. Length 935. See page 8. $600

49 An early 19thC English copper powder flask with embossed shell motif. $75 50 A miniature copper powder flask with embossed eagle motif. Length 90. $50

Lot 51 51 A large old ivory elephant tusk of natural form with rounded tip and good old patina. Length 840, weight approx. 8 kilos. See page 5. $3,800 52 A large rare 19thC Scottish highlander’s dirk with beautifully pierced and engraved armorial silver mounts, carved rope weave hilt, niello mounts complete with original small knife and fork. Original condition, all pommels with cube form finials, the blades with pierced design. Length overall 455. See page 5. $1,200

Lots 53, 54 53 An early 20thC Japanese naval parade sword with wire bound tortoiseshell grip, partial decoratively pierced gilt brass guard, silvered scabbard, the grooved blade with etched temper line. Length 890. See page 5. $850 54 An early 20thC Japanese naval officer’s sword, with gilt wire bound shagreen grip, the shaped gilded guard decorated in relief with floral mons repeating to the pommel and fittings on the leather scabbard, mildly curved blade. length 810. See page 5. $850

Lots 55, 52 55 An early 20thC Japanese naval dagger similar to above with gilt wire bound shagreen grip with applied floral mons repeating to the pommel and leather scabbard fittings, the steel blade with straight back. Length 405. See page 5. $1,000

walnut three-quarter stock with detachable forward section, carved with shell behind barrel tang, leather cheek rest on butt, silver furniture engraved with floral designs, bow, quiver and arrows, bearing London hallmark for 1759, owner’s initials inlaid in silver wire, the Damascus barrel in three stages separated by girdles, octagonal breech, two forward stages of circular section, inscribed Bailes Russell Street Bloomsbury London, and with London proof marks and barrel smith’s marks, the lock plate inscribed W. Bailes and unusually with safety switch. Length 1350 overall. Barrel length 950, calibre 0.75 (11 gauge). Provenance: Ex. the collection of Clay P. Bedford U.S.A. See front cover and page 5. $17,500

GLASS 57 A 19thC moulded glass tree with leaves and acorns. Height 370. $100 58 A pair of small Victorian period mauve glass scent bottles of bulbous shape with profuse floral gilded decoration and original stoppers. Height 130, chip on one rim. $100 59 A millefiore cased glass vase of ovoid shape. Height 150. $100 60 A modern Skouholm heavy art glass vase, signed and dated 2000 to base, decorated in blue and green flowering vine within a clear body. Height 140, diameter 110. $100 61 A White Friars type blue glass dish with “bark” border pattern. Width 160. $100 62 A tall Victorian period clear glass specimen vase of long trumpet shape with flared base. Height 1180. $220 63 Crystal candelabra with two crystal branches, hanging crystals from the bobeche with central triangular cut prism and double waisted base. Height 350, width 330. $200 64 A Loetz type fan shell shaped opaque iridescent vase, green lustre finish with trailed seaweed decoration. Height 20, c.1900. See page 16. $200

Lots 65, 259, 225 Lot 56 56 A quality 18thC flintlock sporting gun by William Bailes of London, 1759. The

65 A small fine quality French Daum Art Nouveau acid etched cameo glass baluster vase with enamelled floral designs in colours of yellow, dark

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red and green on a mottled pink/ opaque/orange ground. Height 120, Daum Nancy France cameo signature, c.1900. See page 13. $1,200 66 A collection of five Georgian period drinking glasses of various shapes and sizes, all with knopped stems. Height approx. 110. $100 67 A Victorian clear glass wine cooler with facet cut decoration and etched grapevine border. Diameter 115. Tiny rim frit. $80 68 A Victorian period green glass finger bowl. Diameter 125. $75

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74 A 19thC Maori carved taiaha, the head and shaft of plain form, good old patina. Length 1290. Registered Y12808. See page 8. $500 75 An early contact period Maori whalebone stirrer of tapered form, old patina. Length 275, a.f., registered Y6458. See page 8. $200

Lot 80 80 A fine carved Maori wooden wahaika of early contact period, stylised finely detailed carved face to butt, above the square notch carved suspension hole, stylised small full figure to back edge and with small carved indent to blade mid section, good colour and patina. Length 395. Registered Y11435. See page 8. $8,000

ARTEFACTS, NZ HISTORICAL & TRIBAL 69 An old New Zealand walking cane with Maori carving, “Kia Ora”, and copper Maori tattooed head handle. Length 865. See page 8. $300 70 A late 19thC New Zealand Folk Art carved walking stick of one piece with angular handle and shaft entirely carved in relief with fern vine motifs, good old patina. Length 865. See page 8. $350 71 A 19thC Maori carved walking stick, entirely carved with repeat lineal notch bands and three full stylised figures, bulbous handle, old dark patina. Length 910. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $1,000 72 An old Maori carved wooden long staff, the head formed as a carved stylised face with notch and lineal carving and with band of notch carving midway to the shaft, good old patina. Length 1160. $450

Los70, 73, 71, 69, 48 73 A quality 19thC Maori carved walking stick, entirely carved with various Maori designs, the inset handle with carving including date, “1895”, the top of the stick with finely carved stylised face with paua inset eyes above a plain chest section with ink writing including “Ihara...” above notch carved panels and spiral carved bands, the base section finely carved with the words “Tenei Tokotoko, Apeka Kamate, Koteaoerere”. Length 1000. Being assessed for registration. See page 8. $1,500

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76 A pre-European Maori greywacke patu muka (stone pounder), with traditional rounded tapered cylindrical form with domed pole and rounded pounding end, mildly pecked overall finish. Length 248. Registered Y2942. See page 8. $800 77 An early to mid 19thC Maori kiwi feather kete muka, the finely woven prepared flax entirely covered with kiwi feathers, some losses, framed behind glass. Length 200, height 150. Registered Y09659. See page 13. $1,500

81 An early 20thC Maori carved lamp base, the central column as stylised back-to-back full figures below a tapered top section supporting the fitting, the flared base carved with six repeating stylised masks, all with paua inset eyes, raised on three small bun feet. Attributed to the Reverend Leonard of Wairarapa. Height overall 360, diameter of base 220. See page 13. $2,750 82 An old Maori carved wood teko teko figure of stylised form with paua eyes and red paint finish. Height on shaped platform base 510. $200

Lot 78 78 A Maori carved canoe prow of classical form with stylised figure to the front, tongue extended with arms raised behind, supporting the pierced and carved panel on main board with simple stylised figure flaring to the back, entirely decorated in red finish, paua insets to the eyes. Length 1120, height 450. See page 8. $1,400

Lot 79 79 An old Maori carved wood lintel with red paint finish and paua eyes, trapezoid in shape, the upper portion with full frontal koruru type face, the lower portion features two manaia type heads interspersed with takarangi pattern spirals. Length 1300, height 380, depth 70. Y registered, licence required. See page 8. $2,500

Lots 90, 91, 89 83 A N.Z. greenstone koru fish hook shaped pendant with fish scale carved decoration. Length 90. $350 84 A N.Z. greenstone taniwha pendant, carved and pierced and set with abalone eye. Length 110. $250 85 A Maori carved bone fish hook pendant by Norm Clark. Length 60. $200 86 A N.Z. greenstone pendant of broad flattened fish hook shape with hour glass suspension hole. Length 65. $150 87 A N.Z. greenstone pendant with hour glass suspension hole. Length 60. $100 88 A contemporary Maori greenstone mere, finely worked and of excellent proportion, traditional tapered blade with narrow grip and five ridges to

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the butt, tapered suspension hole. Length 367. See page 8. $2,000 89 An impressive large carved kauri gum bust of a Maori warrior, the head with full face moko, eyes, hair and eyebrows detailed with paint. Some damage. Height 250, width 130, depth 150. See page 5. $1,550 90 A pair of carved kauri gum busts, one a Maori warrior, the other a Maori woman, the warrior’s greenstone mere, full face tattoo and hair detailed in paint, the same applying to the woman’s hair and moko, both wearing cloaks. Height 160, width 150, depth 80. See page 5. $850 91 A carved kauri gum wall plaque showing the head of a Maori woman in profile, the hair, eyes and cloak detailed in paint. Height 112, width 100, depth 50. See page 5. $200 92 A New Zealand Folk Art wall plaque, the rim decorated in a pokerwork floral pattern, the interior painted with the head and shoulders of a Maori chief with kowhai painted decoration to the edge. Diameter 250. See page 13. $150 93 An old small Maori flax kete, entirely encrusted in sulphur from use in a thermal pool. Length 170, height 130. Being assessed for registration. $150

Lot 94 94 A pair of c.1940’s cast bronze figures of Maori women in various poses by Mollie Scott, both wearing head scarves, one seated with legs crossed, the other seated with legs to the side, soft edge finish with good old patina. Unmarked, family provenance. Height 195, maximum length 225. See page 13. $800 95 A vintage photo of the Maori stronghold in the Taranaki district of Parihaka, in modern black frame. Height 40, width 200. $420 96 A vintage photo of a cloaked Maori woman with moko, in modern black frame. Height 180, width 130. $220 97 Old Burton Bros. photo of young Maori girl standing by fence with whare in background. Marked “At Te Apiki - Lake Tarawera”, Burton Bros. Dunedin in bottom left corner. 145 high x 195 wide. See page 13. $120

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Lots 97, 101,99 98 Old photo of Maori girls, whare, goose and thermal activity steam in background, marked Seldon, Rotorua, N.Z., Tiritere to bottom left corner. In old frame. 150 high x 200 wide. $120 99 Old photo of two young Maori boys performing a haka, framed. 150 high x 195 wide. See page 13. $120 100 Old N.Z. tourist office photo of elderly Maori woman standing in ornately carved whare door. 145 high x190 wide. $100 101 A vintage photo of people watching a volcanic eruption of Mt. Ruapehu, backs to camera, in a colonial rewarewa frame. Height 140, width 180. See page 13. $100 102 Three vintage photo’s from the New Zealand Tourist Office of various Maori subjects, in colonial kauri frames. $150 103 Three old New Zealand photo’s from Whakarewarewa mounted and framed in old oak frame. Height 170, width 700. $100 104 A vintage photo of two Maori girls at a pond entitled “Evening Reflections”, framed in modern rewarewa frame. Height 235, width 90. $100 105 Two vintage photo prints of young Maori women wearing cloaks and standing in front of ornate carvings, in oak mount and original old oak frame. Height 480, width 170. $100 106 An old photo of a Maori troop sitting in front of pine trees, in old wooden frame. Height 145, width 200. $80 107 An old photo of an elderly Maori woman, in old wood frame. Height 215, width 155. $80 108 An old framed hand painted postcard of coastal with Maori designs around edge. 135 high x 90 wide. $120 109 An old coloured engraving, probably from a newspaper or book, “Carved Gateway of an Old Pa”, in modern wooden frame. Height 210, width 110. $100 110 George French Angas, House of

Hiwikau, mother of Te Heuneu, original coloured print. Height 370, width 225. $120 111 An early 20thC Bank of New Zealand, Ngaruawahia branch cheque book, still with some cheques, the butts dated 1914, 1915 and detailed “timber for Whare”, “blacksmith’s”, etc., this lot also including other cheques. $60 112 A Don Ramage 1985 “Rya” rug, tufted in wool in a geometric pattern in tones of brown, salmon pink, pale orange, black and ivory. Width 1220, length 1750. $250 113 A Jane Brenkley carved lidded box of circular form, entirely decorated with poppies in relief, painted red and green and highlighted to the centres with various shells, signed in pokerwork to the base and dated 1947. Diameter 130. See page 13. $550 114 A late 19thC quality figured kauri glove box of long rectangular form with domed hinged lid enclosing plain interior, finely finished with inset brass escutcheon, good original finish and patina. Length 280, height 80, depth 110. See page 5. $450 115 A Crown Lynn medium size hand potted vase of ribbed spherical form, shape # 14, matt white glaze, printed and incised marks. Height 180. $240

Lot 116 116 A Frank Carpay Crown Lynn pedestal footed bowl, hand painted in the H.21-2 (Apples) pattern with the strong black outline incorporating a green ground with red diamond motif highlights, red banded exterior and foot, printed and painted marks c.1953 - 56. Diameter 220, height 100. Note: A similar example is held in the Auckland War Memorial Museum collection. See page 16. $700 117 A Len Castle hanging wall vase of wide heavily textured form with deep incised cuts to the front and double narrow apertures to the top, various matt umber colourings, impressed mark. Re-stuck chip to base. Width 250, height 140. $220 117A A Wineera pottery vase of square section with circular flared rim, bold incised geometric decoration, brown glaze effects. Height 255. $100

118 A New Zealand colonial Crum Brickwork pottery mantle dog, classically moulded with collar, chain and padlock visible, beautifully salt glazed in mottled olive and copper tones with open body to base and front legs. Height 180, length 190, depth 80. See page 13. $1,100

Lots 119, 118 119 A New Zealand colonial Crum Brickworks pottery mantel dog, classically modelled with collar, chain and padlock visible, heavily salt glazed with gem to back, in tones variable from mottled copper to grey, professional restoration to nose. Height 185, length 195. See page 13. $500 120 A New Zealand colonial George Boyd, Newton Potteries Auckland urn plinth of square cross section, each face decorated in relief with a Prince of Wales feathers, plain plinth base, glazed/unglazed pale body with burnt orange highlights, some chipping, impressed potter’s mark. Height 365, width 275. $850 120A A New Zealand colonial Carder Bros. urn plinth of square cross section, each panel decoration relief with a floral wreath, above the plain plinth base, brown salt glaze, some chipping. Height 485, width 370. Note: A partner to this example held in another private collection bears impressed mark to base. $450 121 Five various John L. Moore woodblock prints, printed on Croxley aerogramme stationery, includes “N.Z. Pied Shags”, “Fantail”, etc. $120 121A A large pottery storage jar of baluster shape with primitive painted decoration of geometric designs and lizards. Height 360. $100 122 Three Tongan rings made from tortoiseshell and inlaid with silver. $80 123 An old Fijian Kia Kavo long club, the head with distinctive spur and roughened scratch carved large panelled section, plain shaft with capped end, good old patina, some splitting. Length 950. See page 8. $400 124 An old Solomons long club with small oval form paddle head with fine rib to middle section, good old dark patina. Length 1085, some chipping to blade. $100

125 An old Melanesian wooden drum with bamboo binding and old fibre handle, height 430. Borneo. $300 126 An old Siassi Islands sago ladle carved with anthromorphic figures and bird handle, rubbed in lime, length 870. Huon Gulf, Papua New Guinea. $200 127 An old Australian Aboriginal carved wood woomera decorated with kangaroos in a landscape. Length 800. $200 128 An old wood bowl of primitive design. Length 900. $120 129 Another old primitive wood bowl, length 600. $120 130 An old Indonesian kris, the blade decorated with Arabic script, the plated handle and scabbard ornately embossed. Length overall 450. $250 131 A Karawiri River carved wood figure of standing man, hands by side, flat in form, height 750. Papua New Guinea. Ex. John Pettitt estate. $1,200

Lot 132 132 A small old nguzungnzu, blackened wood with mother-of-pearl inlay, height 120. Soloman Islands. Height 115. See page 13. $600 133 A long tribal spear, blackened wood with the lance type tip with waisted terminal, length 3330. Probably Papua New Guinea. $200 134 A Papua New Guinea long spear with elaborate intricately carved point and serrated tip, length 3330. $200 135 An antique Indian carved and painted wood standing figure with staff and wand. Height 510. $300 136 An old African elephant tusk bridge carving, four graduated elephants. Length 335. Some damage. $250 137 Two Zulu staffs. $100 138 An African Buyu ancestor figure, standing female with hands clasped to the front. Height 250. $200 139 An old African Zulu wooden tray

constructed with two joined shallow circular bowls, standing on four short legs. Length 600. $200 140 An African Luba diviner’s gourd with carved wood female figure and feather and fibre adornment. Height 210. $300 141 An African Kota carved wood figure sheathed in copper, stylised mask head on open work base. Height 510. Gabon. $1,000 142 A large ornate African Kuba mask, the cloth covered hide with wood nose and mouth and applied extensively with coloured beads and cowrie shells, height 31. Zaire. $1,500 143 An African Chokwe carved wood ritual figure, standing man, height 230. Congo. $150 144 Two Massam pole clubs and a dance wand, one decorated with lime pigment, lengths approx. 850. $150 145 An African carved wood figure of standing man with hands held in front of him. Height 420, Congo area. $120 146 Two old Egyptian amulets with turquoise glazes, a circular coin seal impression and a small pottery head fragment. Height 33. $150 147 Two old Egyptian uschasbti figures, lengths 145 and 155 (one repaired) together with a small old Egyptian bust with turquoise glaze. Height 120. $250

ORIENTAL 148 An old Chinese carved hardwood lamp base, standing figure, inlaid eye and teeth. Height 335. $100 149 A pair of small old Chinese carved peach pips, sampans. Length 45. $150 150 A Chinese circular plaque decorated with a bird in various colours on a turquoise ground. Diameter 300. Hair cracks. $150 151 A Chinese tigers eye carved figure of Kuan Yin. Height 200. Old repairs. See page 13. $150 152 A Chinese dark green jade carving of two horses, one standing, one seated, on fitted wood stand. Length 120. $120 153 An old Chinese hardwood display stand with carved and pierced decoration and ball and claw feet, square shape, 170 x 170, height 160. $80

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154 A Chinese pale green jade fingering piece, crouching figure. Length 55. $120 155 A Chinese early 19thC pith painting, finely worked with basket of flowers, some damage. Image size 190 x 130. See inside back cover. $120 156 A small Chinese specimen vase with long cylindrical neck and ovoid body decorated in a “tea” coloured glaze. Height 115, wax seal to base. $150

vase with mask lug side handles and polychrome painted decoration of figures in a courtyard. Height 245. $250 166 A late 19thC Chinese celadon porcelain circular dish, polychrome enamel painting of birds, butterflies, flowers and leaves. Diameter 250, blue seal mark. $120 167 A Chinese porcelain circular lidded box with polychrome painting of dragons chasing flaming pearls. Diameter 125, painted character marks. $120

Lots 168, 171 Lots 157, 151 157 A Chinese snuff bottle of flattened urn form with red dome stopper with bone spoon attached, the body with polychrome painted floral fine decoration. Height 83, character marks to base. See page 13. $220 158 A fine Chinese porcelain tea bowl, the exterior in vibrant apple green monochrome glaze, white interior. Diameter 85, character marks to base. Tiny rim chip. $150 159 A tall Chinese blue and white ginger jar table lamp with blue and white conical shade. $120 160 A Chinese pale greenish-grey twin fish dish with circular foliate rim. Diameter 175. $100 161 A small Chinese blue and white twin handled baluster jar with painted foliate decoration. Height 75, Ming character marks. $200 162 A Chinese Chun ware bowl of tapering circular shape on short foot, covered in a thick bluish-purple glaze, the foot unglazed. Diameter 125. $200 163 A Chinese Yuan type celadon vase of baluster shape with twin serpent handles and relief decoration of dragons chasing flaming pearls. Height 255. $200 164 A large modern Chinese famille rose porcelain bowl of tapering circular section with wide flat rim and typical polychrome enamelled painting. Diameter 360, painted seal mark. $200 165 A heavy Chinese porcelain baluster

168 An 18thC Chinese shallow bowl, the well decorated in underglazed red and blue with kylin framed by a repeating lattice type border, hair crack to rim. Diameter 245. See page 16. $300 169 A pair of large modern Chinese black lacquer panels with coloured ivorene figures of emperor and empress, antique frames with brass suspension lugs. Height of each 860, width 660. $450

Lots 170, 182 170 An old fine Chinese shallow bowl decorated in polychrome with woman within a walled garden, tones of blue, red, yellow and green, six character marks to base within a double ring. Diameter 200. See page 16. $850 171 A large old Chinese bowl, the exterior with polychrome painted decoration of geese in flight and within a floral decorated landscape, the interior with pale celadon glaze, pressed seal mark to base. Diameter 405. See page 16. $2,750 172 A rare blue and white pear shaped ewer, Vietnamese, 15th/16th Century, each side with a shaped pierced panel of a bird, painted with a mythical flying horse to one side and a qilin to the other, above birds on branches of prunus. Height 255. Provenance; Sold Sotheby’s Melbourne 2006. See page 16. $6,000. 173 A large hand painted Tibetan Thanka with central Buddha and six at-

tendants. Width 1200, height 1550, framed behind perspex. $600 173A An old Indian brass two-handled tray with profuse engraved decoration of peacocks and foliage. Length 600. $100 174 An Eastern pottery kettle of archaic shape with dragon spout and animal moulded handle, standing on three feet, brown, green and turquoise glaze effects. Height 215. $250 175 A late 19thC Japanese cloisonné vase of baluster shape with profuse floral designs in shield shaped patterns. Height 180, Meiji period. Small faults. $100 176 A miniature Japanese Satsuma circular dish, diameter 65, together with a similar miniature baluster vase, height 60 (rim repaired), Meiji period c. 1900. $150 177 A large old Japanese Satsuma baluster vase painted with panels of figures and landscapes, the cobalt blue ground richly gilded. Height 390, seal mark, Meiji period. Damage. $100 178 A Japanese small Satsuma vase, inverted baluster shape decorated with peonies and foliage in apricot and gold, impressed marks to base. Height 130. $120 179 A fine quality late 19thC Japanese Kutani porcelain circular shallow dish richly gilded and painted with panels of figures. Diameter 180, painted seal mark. $150 180 A small late 19thC Japanese Kutani porcelain lidded pot of hexagonal shape painted and gilded with panels of figures. Width 80, painted mark. $180 181 A Meiji period Japanese Satsuma tea service comprising lidded teapot, six cups and saucers (one with small chip) and lidded sugar bowl, of mildly tapered form, all with painted and gilded floral vine decoration in tones of red, green and purple. Painted “Takeuchi” mark to base with cartouche and Shimazu circular family crest. $450 182 An old Japanese Imari bowl, the exterior decorated with flowers and figures in exterior and interior settings, the interior rim decorated in geometric patterns and floral panels with a large floral and foliate decoration to the centre. Height 20, diameter 260. See page 16. $250

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183 A large old Japanese Imari wall plate decorated with flowers and leafy branches in traditional Imari colours. Diameter 320. $250 184 A large modern Japanese Imari porcelain charger of circular shape with foliate border and enamelled decoration of exotic birds, leaves and flowers in typical colours. Diameter 450, on wood stand. $200 185 A Japanese china square shaped bottle decorated with chrysanthemums and peonies in the Imari palette. Height 200, diameter 95. $150 186 A pair of Japanese Imari porcelain dishes with shaped borders and enamelled decoration of birds and flowers in typical colours. Width of each 285, painted character marks. $200 187 A late 19thC Japanese Imari porcelain circular dish with foliate rim and typical painted decoration. Diameter 310. Hair crack. $120 188 A large Imari porcelain vase of ovoid form, entirely decorated with scholars within a mountainous landscape, painted in colours of red, green, yellow and blue with ornate gilt enrichments and borders. Seal mark to base. Height 470. In original box with signed lid. $700

192 An 18thC Japanese woodblock print by Torii Kiyononbu of large oban size depicting courtesan and attendant, hand coloured with tan-e (red lead pigment) with calligraphy signature to the right margin above various seals. Illustrated in “Traditional Woodblock Prints of Japan” - Seiichiro Takahashi (pg 55), details on reverse. Image size 555 x 300. $650 193 An album of 30 Japanese woodblock prints, birds, flowers, leaves and berries, each one signed in the block, 240 x 160, unframed. $200 194 A Japanese Kakiemon dish of circular form with underglazed blue decoration of rice bales highlighted with red blossoms and coloured leaves, signed to the reverse. Diameter 220. $350 195 A 19thC Japanese Nabashima shallow footed dish, the well finely decorated in underglazed blue with two carp, the foot traditionally decorated with comb effect, artist’s signature to base, minor repair to rim. Diameter 215. $250

POTTERY & PORCELAIN 196 A 19thC Staffordshire money box in the form of a hexagonal shaped country cottage. Height 90, diameter 55. $100

Lots 197, 198, 202 Lots 189, 172, 189 189 A pair of large old Japanese Satsuma baluster vases painted in coloured enamels and richly gilded with scenes of warriors on a duck egg blue ground shading to ivory at the base. Height 370, Meiji period, c.1900. With wood stands. See page 16. $2,000 190 A late 19thC Japanese porcelain figurine of a standing bearded scholar with open book, painted in polychrome and gilded. Height 28.5. $650 191 A 19thC Japanese emperor’s robe of blue silk with black silk decorative borders and silver cuffs to sleeves with geometric pattern and embroidered with coloured butterflies, foliage and flowers, has brass rod for hanging. $550

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197 A 19thC small Staffordshire flat back of a lion standing over a recumbent lamb. Height 85, width 70. See page 16. $120 198 An old Staffordshire flat back of a cottage with central turret, blue roof and swans in the front yard. Height 80, width 55. See page 16. $100 199 An old Staffordshire pastille burner in the form of a cottage. Height 111, width 100, depth 80. $130 200 An old Staffordshire toper pepper pot of gentleman holding a mug of ale. Height 60. $150 201 An old Staffordshire toper vinegar pot of gentleman holding a mug of ale. Height 135. $130 202 An old Staffordshire toper pepper pot in a lustre finish of a gentleman hold-

ing a mug of ale. Height 135. See page 16. $130 203 An old Staffordshire toper pepper pot of a gentleman holding a mug of ale. Height 145. $130 204 A 19thC Staffordshire figurine of boys quarrelling over a bird’s nest. Height 150, width 120. $250 205 An old Staffordshire flat back boulle vase in the form of a stag being chased by a hound with tree and foliage. Height 285, width 220. $250 206 An old Staffordshire flat back of a country girl at the market. Height 250, width 140. $250 207 A German porcelain figurine of white glazed kid goat and bisque figure of young boy. Height 180, printed mark. $80 208 An early Victorian period Masons ironstone circular plate with polychrome” Japan” decoration. Diameter 255. $100 209 An Austrian Art Nouveau cold painted earthenware table centrepiece of oval shape modelled with young woman sitting on a tree trunk, colours of olive green and light brown. Length 340, impressed marks c.1900. $200 210 A Victorian period wash jug and bowl, highly ornate and decorated with deep apricot poppies on a cream ground. $250 211 A rare 19thC French Emille Galle faience plate with pierced rim and floral painting, colours of pale blue, mauve, green and ochre on a cream ground. Diameter 210, marked on base Galle, Nancy, St. C. $300

Lots 212, 64, 212 212 A pair of late Victorian moon flasks, the mottled green glazed bodies with silvered decoration, one with various dogs and kennel, the other with pond, frog and cow scene, signed L. Cirod?, sponged gilt highlights. Height 240. See page 16. $300 213 An impressive late Victorian/Edwardian Copeland soup tureen in an Imari pattern on cobalt blue border, the interior decorated with birds and prunus on a white ground, gilded animal

mask handles to the tureen with a gilded flower bud as the knop to lid. Height 200, width 20, depth 240. $450 214 A pair of Regency period Derby Mansion House dwarves, these grotesque characters based on drawings by Jacques Callot, some damage. Height 150. $100 214A A Georgian period Newhall tea bowl and matching saucer dish painted with floral sprigs, gilded borders, c.1790. $100 215 An Art Nouveau Austrian Imperial amphora two-handled baluster shape vase, the base gilded over green with the plain body decorated with roses and flowering trees with swags and ribbons, the two handles, rim and other decorative embellishments heavily gilded. Height 200. $150 215A An Amphora vase of tapered cylindrical form with relief moulded, painted and gilded decoration of a wooded scene, mauve tones on cream ground. Height 200. $100 216 An early 1900 Art Nouveau Austrian Imperial Amphora vase of baluster shape with painted and gilded blackberries, leaves and thorned branches to the bottom, the four gilded handles with blue enamelled embellishments. Height 190. $200 217 A large impressive Austrian Amphora earthenware jardiniere of circular shape with four side handles, moulded and painted with flowers in colours of blue, green, gold and yellow. Diameter 245, impressed marks c.1900. $550 218 An early 20thC Wedgwood dark blue Jasperware jug of tapered cylindrical form with traditional grapevine and classical figure decoration. Impressed marks. Height 190. $120 219 A Moorcroft small circular bowl, the well decorated with single dahlia flower in red tones on cobalt blue ground. Impressed marks. Diameter 115. $80 220 A large Maling plate, the central circular panel and wide border with hand coloured repeating floral decoration enclosing green scale painted decoration, lustre finish with gilt border. Diameter 285. $120 221 A Maling lustre dish decorated with a windmill and trees on a deep cobalt blue ground lavishly embellished with gilt flowers to the rim. Length 250, depth 185. $120

222 A Thomas Forrester & Sons ovoid vase with diamond form opening and angular handles, gilded and enamelled decoration of exotic bird and florals, minor hairline crack to rim. Height 125. $110 224 A Susie Cooper tea for two set in plain cream design with mustard yellow detail. $150 225 A Shelley Art Deco Vogue trio (cup, saucer and plate) decorated in yellow and black on white ground, the angular handle with geometric decoration. See page 13. $220 226 A Limoges coffee and tea set decorated in a floral and foliage pattern in apricot, greens and gold on a white ground, consisting of large cake plate, sugar, cream, slop bowl, ten tea cups and saucers, six coffee cans and saucers and twelve side plates. $150 227 A Royal Doulton bone china tea set painted with brightly coloured blossom designs, ten saucers, twelve side plates, eleven cups, pair twohandled cake plates and matching basin. Some faults. $150 228 A Branksome china coffee set of coffee pot, cream, sugar and five coffee cups and saucers, hand painted with pink and grey flower and foliage on a white ground, the interior of cups in pink. $120 229 A Victorian period Asiatic Pheasant ashet. Length 355, depth 280. $120 230 A Booths Real Old Willow part set consisting of; eight cups, ten saucers, six side plates, five luncheon, four dinner plates, six soup bowls, six desserts and one milk jug, plus two willow plates from another maker. $200 231 A Copeland Spode dinner set, Camilla, consisting of; 12 dinner plates, 14 luncheon plates, ten cups and saucers plus extra saucers, eight side plates, six soup bowls, ten dessert bowls, gravy boat and liner, two ashets and two tureens, one with lid. $350 232 A Royal Worcester miniature loving cup hand painted with coloured roses on “blush” ground, 1908. Height 40. $80 233 A Royal Worcester hand painted miniature cup and saucer by Freeman decorated with fruit and gilt enrichments and matching circular dish by Maybury decorated with plums and grapes. $250

234 A Royal Worcester lamp base in the form of a column on a stepped round pedestal base, the column decorated with flower buds and bows, the base in turquoise detailed acanthus leaves, the pedestal base painted in turquoise bows, ribbons and floral embellishment on cream ground, 1949. Modern cream cloth shade. Height of base 435. $300 235 A small Royal Worcester figurine, “Mischief”, modelled by F.G. Doughty. Height 80. $80 236 A Royal Doulton figurine, Fair Lady, (coral pink), HN2836. Height 190. $100 237 A Hummel figurine of young boy with newspaper, height 130. $110 238 A Danish Bing & Grondahl porcelain figurine, boy and girl with open book. Height 95. $80

Lots 238A, 242, 256, 257, 240, 258 238A A Royal Copenhagen figurine, young naked girl sitting on rock. Height 140. See page 16. $150 239 A Royal Dux figurine of a grinning pig. Length 100. $80 240 A pair of comical Nao hippopotamuses. See page 16. $80 241 A Nao figurine of a bloodhound. Height 90. $70 242 A Lladro ornament, three puppies in a basket of flowers. Height 150, width 125, depth 125. See page 16. $80 243 A Lladro figurine of a kitten asleep over a vase of flowers. Height 110. $75 244 A pair of Lladro ornaments, a spaniel puppy leaning over a vase of flowers, the other a kitten rubbing up to a vase of flowers. $100 245 A Lladro figurine of a young girl in blue dress, pink wide brimmed hat, sitting on a rock and holding an armful of flowers. Height 210. $100 246 A Lladro ornament, three kittens in a basket of flowers. Height 140, width 130, depth 120. $80

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247 A Lladro figurine of a young girl in artist’s smock sitting painting at an easel, brush missing. Height 180, width 135, depth 115. $100 248 A Lladro figurine of a young girl in white dress, wide brimmed hat sitting on tree branch feeding squirrels. Width 230, height 165. $120 249 A Lladro figurine of a boxer dog asleep with a kitten. Length 160. $75 250 A Lladro figurine of a young girl, blue skirt, wide brimmed hat holding a basket of flowers. Height 70. $100 251 A Lladro figurine of a young girl cuddling two spaniel puppies. Height 160. $100 252 A Lladro figurine of a young girl sitting on a bench and feeding cream to four kittens. Height 190, width 230. $120 253 A Lladro figurine of a young girl in billowing dress, wide brimmed hat, pushing a wheelbarrow filled with flowers and two puppies. Width 240, height 220. $120 254 A Lladro figurine of a young girl pushing a pram filled with five puppies. Height 220, width 80, depth 180. $120 255 A Lladro figurine of a young girl on the telephone with a dalmatian lying at her feet. Height 200, width 115, depth 25. $100 256 A delightful Lladro figurine of a pair of puppies looking out a curtained window with window boxes of flowers in front. Height 210, width 170. See page 16. $180 257 A Lladro terracotta figurine of a seated young girl with a cat on her lap. Height 210, width 120, depth 130. See page 16. $120 258 A Lladro brown bisque bust of young woman with blue, brown and ivory glazes. Height 330. See page 16. $450 259 A Carlton Ware Bleu Royale lidded urn, enamelled and gilded with highly coloured willow trees and flying birds and butterflies. Height 190, diameter 70. See page 13. $250 260 A Poland china Art Nouveau twohandled vase of baluster shape and decorated with hand painted poppies and decorative gilding. Height 220. $200

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261 A Royal Crown Derby large milk jug in Derby Posies pattern of squat baluster form on scroll legs. Height 110, small chip. $100 262 A French Sevres dressing table box of octagonal casket shape, blue and white with gilded designs, the lid with rose pink painted decoration of children fishing. Length 135, c.1910. See page 17. $200 263 A Royal Copenhagen vase of tall ovoid shape with painted decoration of white lilies. Height 190. $120 264 A large Royal Copenhagen vase decorated with two squat lighthouses at a harbour mouth. Height 250. $250 265 A Royal Copenhagen vase decorated with a branch of white flowers. Height 280. $250 266 A modern French china game pie dish, the handle of the lid in the form of a bird’s head. Height 120, width 175, depth 105. $100 267 A Crown Devon Bonzo style seated dog with painted face. Height 130. $75 268 A Royal Doulton two-handled sandwich tray in the gnomes pattern. Length 280, depth 140. Tiny chip to underneath of one handle. $350 269 A Royal Doulton Kingsware Mr Pickwick whisky flask with original stopper. Height 255. $150 270 A Royal Doulton Robbie Burns motto plate. Diameter 265. $100 271 A 19thC Wedgwood blue and white Willow Pattern oval pickle dish with central handle. Length 185. $80 272 A vintage cold painted plaster figure of a young negro fruit seller with tray held to front, coloured decoration. Height 790. Rim of hat damaged. $250

TUESDAY 23RD JUNE 2009 2ND SESSION at 5.00pm JEWELLERY 300 A large bakelite cross attached to a bakelite chain of large flattened belcher links. See page 17. $100 301 A vintage necklace of graduated facet cut crystal beads, on chain. Length 64. $100 302 An Art Deco period necklace of clear, opaque and orange glass beads, geometric shapes. Length 92. $120 303 An old gold and cameo stick pin, carved with classic portrait bust in oval gilt frame with bead edge. $70 304 Two unmounted carnelian seals carved with classical figures, plus two gold metal mounted seals, one citrine with classical figure, the other plain uncarved carnelian. $180 305 A 10ct. yellow gold and opal doublet bar brooch, the large polished flat opal in a rubover mount to the centre. $150 306 A late Victorian period 15ct. yellow gold and pearl brooch in the form of a six branch star, an additional six smaller rays with a small star and pearl to the top of each ray. See page 17. $150 307 A Victorian period 14ct. gold mourning brooch, a small lock of hair under glass in the centre of the brooch surrounded by a row of small seed pearls with the outer ring of the brooch set with ten round facet cut almondines, in original box. See page 17. $180 308 A large shell cameo carved with classical woman’s portrait in profile, shaped 9ct. gold mount with safety chain. Length 55. See page 17. $150 309 A small good quality Chinese pale green jade brooch of oblong shape carved and pierced with standing figure, in shaped Shanghai silver frame. Height 35. $120 310 A large good quality Chinese green jade brooch of oblong shape, carved and pierced with bird and foliage and mounted in Shanghai silver frame. Length 70. $200 310A A jade and silver necklace, the chain in the form of flowers with eight carved oblong jade sections

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mounted in silver and hanging from the chain. $120 311 A Victorian gilded gold oval brooch with an applied shaped floral and leaf design on lozenge form backing, the flowers as two rubies and one emerald coloured stones. $280 312 A late Victorian large tigers eye bar brooch with wide engraved gold cap ends with ball finials stamped 9ct. Length 70, width 15. $160 313 A Victorian period gold and turquoise brooch, of domed form pave set with cabochon turquoise with a small rose cut diamond mounted in the centre, glass back missing. $280 314 An Arts and Crafts large milk opal and 9ct. gold brooch, the oval cabochon opal in rubover mount set within elongated diamond form mount of open work leaves and scrolls. See page 17. $250 315 A 14ct. gold and claw brooch, two lion’s claws set in a highly decorative gold mount. $300 315A An 18ct. yellow and white gold, opal and diamond spray brooch, the hand made mount with large pear shaped milk opal showing good colour surrounded by five brilliant cut diamonds in fine pip settings, all on triple ribbon leaf design. Valuation available. $600 316 A stylish silver brooch in the form of a thistle, Edinburgh 1966, maker’s initials J.A.F. $125 317 A heavy silver fob chain of traditional curb link with T-bar and gold and silver fob. Length 440. $250 318 A modern silver charm bracelet with eight charms and padlock catch. $80 319 A heavy modern curb link silver charm bracelet with 12 large detailed charms including bulldog, Viking ship, wishing well, dog in kennel, kingfisher, Scotch thistle, etc. $200 320 A stylish modern 925 standard silver belt bracelet with buckle catch. $100 321 A stylish Edwardian period 9ct. gold pendant necklace set with corals and seed pearls. Length 46. See page 17. $300 322 A 9ct. yellow gold and opal pendant, the triangular shaped opal rubover set in a decoratively engraved gold mount with a small gold flower set

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to the bottom left corner, with gold suspension ring and bail. $200 323 An Edwardian period pendant necklace, set with two aquamarine coloured stones and tiny seed pearls set in 9ct. gold, on finely wrought 15ct. chain necklace. Length 36. See page 17. $120 324 A citrine pendant, oblong cut in 9ct. mount with suspension ring. Length 16. $100 325 A 14ct. white gold and diamond pendant, a white gold circle containing 27 small round modern cut brilliant diamonds bead set floating within a large bail set with five round modern cut brilliant diamonds and a 0.25ct. cognac diamond at the end. Total diamond weight approx. 0.75ct. Valuation available. $650 326 A 10ct. gold and diamond pendant, the pear shaped pendant centrally set with 27 single cut diamonds surrounded by 29 baguette diamonds, total diamond weight 1.0ct. Valuation available. $750 327 A modern 9ct. gold chain link necklace with parrot beak catch. Length 47, weight approx. 26 grams. $450 328 Another modern 9ct. gold chain link necklace with parrot beak catch. Length 47, weight approx. 26 grams. $450 329 An estate 9ct. gold fob chain, unusual finely wrought oval links supporting floating ball with T-bar on short chain. Length 47, weight approx. 21 grams. $350 330 A Victorian period 9ct. gold muff chain of traditional length in curved oval links with gold bulldog clip. 31 grams. $750 331 A 14ct. yellow gold chain comprising solid oblong links alternating with four flat spiral links. Weight 16.5 grams. $650 332 A heavy 9ct. rose gold curb link fob chain with finely engraved 9ct. yellow gold cross. Length 450, total weight 46.40 grams. See page 17. $850 333 A Victorian gold and gold plate short fancy fob with pistol form watch key mounted with fox, the fob with various coloured gold mounted sections and triple rope length. $475 334 An old Italian gilt bracelet set with micro mosaic panels of detailed floral designs - together with similar heart shaped pendant. $100

Lots 332, 307, 341, 343, 338A, 323, 306, 314, 371, 321, 337, 389, 367, 308, 300 335 A Victorian period gold and hair bracelet comprising of four strands of woven hair with decorative mounts to either end and a large shaped push clasp. $120 336 A stylish Art Deco costume bracelet of geometric design set with imitation sapphires and diamonds, with safety chain. $120 336A An estate silver gilt bracelet of hinged design, one half finely engraved and set with 1918 coin, with safety chain. In old box. $100 337 A hollow 9ct. gold curb link chain bracelet with 9ct. padlock catch and safety chain. Length 200, weight 24.7 grams. See page 17. $500 338 A 10ct. yellow gold and diamond bracelet, 48 round brilliant cut diamonds claw set with open sides and alternating rhodium plated S-shaped links, concealed push-in clasp with safety clip. Total diamond weight approx. 1.90cts. Valuation available. $650 338A An estate 15ct. gold bangle, snaphinged, inward rolled edges and star set with 14 small old European cut diamonds. Valuation available. See page 17. $650 339 A 10ct. gold and diamond set tennis bracelet of eight oval sections with three rows of eight single cut diamonds bead set, the hinge section to either end making one full oval, nine decorative gold cross links between each diamond oval. Valuation available. $1,200 340 A 10ct. gold and diamond set tennis bracelet, 14 clusters containing seven round modern cut brilliant diamonds with a total diamond weight of 3.50cts. set between crossed links containing a total 42 round modern cut brilliant diamonds and 56 long baguette diamonds, with diamond weight of 1.0ct. Total diamond weight for bracelet 4.50cts. Valuation available. $1,400

341 A modern 18ct. yellow gold bracelet comprising three solid sections decorated in a curb link manner divided by parrot beak links with a parrot beak clasp to one end. Weight 39 grams, length 190. See page 17. $1,500 342 A pair of 14ct. yellow gold diamond stud earrings, the 2.47ct. diamonds claw set in a tapered double bezel mount. Valuation available. $1,400 343 A pair of 14ct. white gold and diamond cluster earrings, seven round modern cut brilliants claw mounted and encircled by smaller round modern cut brilliant diamonds, this diamond cluster attached to the bail which is set with five baguette diamonds and four round diamonds, for pierced ears. Total diamond weigh 2cts. Valuation available. See page 17. $1,600 344 A pair of 14ct. white gold and diamond stud earrings, the 2.65ct. diamonds claw set in a double bezel mount, valuation available. $1,600 345 A pair of 9ct. white gold ruby and diamond earrings, a six diamond and single ruby cluster with two small rubies and single diamond attached to top with French wire posts. Valuation available. $400 345A A pair of 9ct. white gold and diamond stud earrings, each 0.20ct. diamond with a colour of H-I and clarity of SI1-2. See page 17. $400 346 A pair of gold and turquoise earrings, a small cabochon gold mounted turquoise with a gold drop terminating in an oval cabochon gold mounted turquoise, with screws for unpierced ears. $100 347 An old 18ct. gold ring, a plain band set with a round gold top decorated with a cross in red and white enamelling. $140 348 An 18ct. yellow gold and amethyst ring, the three pale amethysts in a diagonal cross-over setting. $150 349 A gent’s 18ct. yellow gold ring set with a facet cut citrine in a rubover mount to the centre. $150 350 A 9ct. gold and diamond ring, the decorative filigree mount with five small diamonds set to the top with two diamonds in each shoulder. $180 351 A 9ct. gold diamond and emerald ring, the decorative open filigree

mount set with three small emeralds and two diamonds to the top with two diamonds to each shoulder. $220 352 An estate 9ct. yellow gold sapphire and diamond ring, the five sapphires set in a London bridge setting with two small brilliant cut diamonds in white gold set between each sapphire. See page 17. $280 353 A 9ct. yellow gold and diamond cluster ring, five round modern brilliant cut diamonds set in a cross pattern to the centre surrounded by a circle of 12 smaller diamonds, with decorative upright to each shoulder. $250 354 A 9ct. gold ruby and diamond ring, the decorative filigree mount set with three rubies and two diamonds to the top with a small diamond set to each shoulder. $200 355 An 18ct. yellow gold and diamond ring, the 0.20ct. diamond set in a plain twist mount, colour H-I, clarity SI1. $350

Lots 356, 366, 364, 363, 358, 352, 362, 365, 359, 345A 356 An 18ct. emerald and diamond ring, the central oval cabochon emerald in raised rubover yellow gold mount surrounded by 12 modern brilliant cut diamonds above the basket mount. See page 17. $450 357 An 18ct. gold diamond ring, the central round brilliant cut diamond in a rubover setting flanked by two smaller diamonds to either side. $500 358 An 18ct. yellow gold and emerald ring, the four mixed size emerald cut emeralds rubover set in a decoratively engraved mount with further decorative embellishments to each shoulder. See page 17. $480 359 A 10ct. white gold and diamond cluster ring, nine round modern cut brilliant diamonds set to the centre in a wire basket mount with further four round modern cut brilliants set in each shoulder. Total diamond weight approx. 0.75ct. Valuation available. See page 17. $600 360 An 18ct. white gold diamond solitaire ring, old European cut of 0.30ct., colour H and clarity SI2 with upswept shoulders tapering to a point in cross-over design. Valuation available. $720 361 A 10ct. white gold and diamond ring,

five rows of round modern cut brilliant diamonds claw set with a total diamond weight of approx. 1.25cts. Valuation available. $800 362 A 10ct. yellow gold and diamond cluster ring, a central cluster of seven round modern cut brilliant diamonds with two smaller seven-diamond clusters on either side, total diamond weight 1.20cts. Valuation available. See page 17. $850 363 A 14ct. white gold and diamond solitaire ring, the round modern cut brilliant diamond of 0.77ct. claw set in a tapered double bezel mount. Valuation available. See page 17. $900 364 A 14ct. white gold diamond solitaire ring, the princess cut diamond of 0.72ct. set in a double bezel mount. Valuation available. See page 17.$900 365 An 18ct. gold amethyst and diamond ring, three diamonds set in a row on each side of an emerald cut amethyst with engraved floral embellishments to each shoulder. Total diamond weight approx. 1.0ct. Valuation available. See page 17. $900 366 A 14ct. white gold and diamond ring, the three round brilliant cut diamonds box grain set to the top of a pierced scroll style gallery with flat shank and patterned high walled shoulders, total diamond weight 0.73ct. Valuation available. See page 17. $1,000 367 An impressive 18ct. gold large ruby and diamond ring, the 12.80cts. oval cabochon ruby with damage, re-cuttable to an estimated 8.5cts. surrounded by 28 round modern brilliant cut diamonds with total weight 2.0cts. including three to each wide flared shoulder. Valuation available. See page 17. $2,800

Lots 368, 372, 370, 374, 375, 373, 376 368 A 9ct. gold and greenstone brooch in the form of lily of the valley inset with small seed pearls, marked 9ct. and maker’s mark T. & S. See page 17. $120 369 A modern finely wrought fob chain with T-bar twin catches and greenstone pendant. Length 48, weight approx. 12 grams. $300

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370 A Jones Bros. Auckland c.1900 9ct. gold ring, the plain wide band with raised star setting, centrally set with faceted ruby, marked with maker’s initials and fish form, in original marked box. See page 17. $220 371 A large lozenge form banded agate and gold mounted brooch by John Hislop of Dunedin, active 1868 - 1906, the gold frame backing with eight hand form clasps stamped with maker’s mark. Length 65. See page 17. $400 372 A boxed set of three gold studs by Kohn, New Zealand goldsmith, each of circular form with fine applied star form centrally set, two with rubies? the other with peridot, original box, the lid with silver presentation plaque engraved “Presented to Sergt. C. Dawson by Capt. Anderson as a token of respect for services rendered 22/1/80”. See page 17. $500 373 An old 9ct. gold and gold bearing quartz fob, the gilded and engraved cap with suspension ring, the tapered and faceted lozenge form gold bearing quartz panel with rose gold frame. Length 47. See page 17. $900 374 A vintage Tony Buller silver hinged bangle, the shaped hammered panel with applied engraved and cut out dragon form, pinned lock, stamped mark. See page 17. $650 375 A vintage Tony Buller silver ho - bird brooch, with flat back and of 3-D form, cut out and engraved with upraised wings, stamped marks “Patoni”. Length 125. See page 17. $700 376 A vintage c.1976 Ida Hudig 18ct. gold pendant on chain, the open scroll form large pendant terminating in a suspended gold framed opal doublet on 18ct. box link chain. Note: Complete with copy of original drawing and details of Ida Hudig, a Dutch born New Zealand resident creating modernist work from the 1950’s through to her death in 1987. See page 17. $850 377 A silver and paua bracelet, eight leaf-style panels with two bands of silver beads between each segment, push clasp and safety chain, marked “STG.SIL” to the reverse. $120 378 A silver and paua shell necklace by Ataahua with six leaf-style paua and silver pieces attached to a delicate silver chain culminating in a paua and silver pendant, silver balls separating each piece of paua, marked to the reverse of pendant. $120

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379 Two pairs of shark’s tooth earrings with plain gold caps, one pair large teeth, the other pair small, hook fittings missing. $140 380 An Edwardian period china finger scent bottle decorated with a hunting scene, gilt metal mounts and short chain ring suspension. $80

Lots 381, 382, 262 381 A Georgian enamelled oval box with polychrome painted decoration, probably Battersea. Length 90, faults. See page 17. $100 382 A Georgian period enamelled snuff box with black and white transfer decoration of flowers in a vase, circular shape, probably Liverpool. Diameter 60, small faults. See page 17. $120

MINIATURES 383 A hand painted oval miniature of a young girl wearing a white formal dress and her hair in ringlets. Plain black frame with decorative gilt suspension ring. Height 70, width 60. $100 384 An oval hand painted miniature on ivory of a woman of the French court, decorative metal mount and in ivory frame. Height 45, width 35. See page 20. $100 385 An oval hand painted miniature of a pretty young lady in formal gown with a wreath of leaves in her ringleted hair, signed Stiellor to the side, plain gilt metal mount and in ivory and mother of pearl frame. Height 70, width 60. See page 20. $120

Lots 386, 385, 384, 388, 387 386 A round hand painted miniature on ivory of an 18thC girl leaning against a large puffy tasselled cushion, signature to the side, in metal mount and ivory frame carved with flowers and set with mother-of-pearl to each corner. Diameter 75. See page 20. $120

387 A 19thC hand painted miniature of a gentleman in blue and gilt frogged uniform inscribed to the back “Sir Walter Hart Junior October 1827” in modern black frame. Height 120, width 95. See page 20. $120 388 A round hand painted miniature of a gentleman in red dress coat and powdered white wig, in old black square frame with decorative metal mount. Suspension ring to back. Diameter 50. See page 20. $100 389 An Italian early 20thC 18ct. gold framed fine portrait miniature of a classical woman highlighted with three diamonds and small seed pearls, the frame with a recessed blue enamelled ring and an outer ring of cultured pearls, mounted with pin to the reverse and pendant bale to the top. See page 17. $750

CLOCKS & WATCHES 390 A 9ct. gold lady’s Omega wristwatch with original naturalistic gold strap with one spare link, in working order. $300 391 A vintage c.1970 Hamilton “Thin-OMatic” gent’s wristwatch, 10ct. gold plated case, silvered dial with date aperture and expanding gilt metal strap. Good working order. $100 392 A c.1960 vintage Waltham “SuperAutomatic” gent’s wristwatch, 25 jewels, silvered dial with date aperture and gilded hands and hour marks, stainless case and with stylish silvered bracelet, good working order. $120 393 A c.1970’s vintage Cyma automatic “Navystar” gent’s wristwatch, the silvered dial with date aperture in gilt metal cushion shaped case with leather strap, good working order. $120 394 A vintage late 1930’s Omega military gent’s wristwatch, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, stainless case with the back plate engraved “N.Z. 413898. 17/3/38”, with stylish later bracelet, in good working order. See page 20. $250 395 A c.1970 vintage Baum automatic gent’s wristwatch, 21 jewel, silvered dial, stainless case and multi-link bracelet, good working order. $400 396 A 1970’s vintage Omega automatic gent’s wristwatch, silvered dial with date aperture, stainless case and link bracelet, good working order. See page 20. $500

406 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival balloon clock, the mahogany accentuated balloon form case supporting the white enamel dial with Arabic numerals, the eight day movement in good working order with key, all raised on gilded brass ball feet. Height 240. $350 Lots 396, 397, 394, 400, 399 397 A 1960’s gent’s Omega 14ct. yellow gold Sea Master automatic wristwatch on original blue “crocodile skin” strap. In original box with document. See page 20. $750 398 A c.1970’s vintage Seiko automatic dive watch, in “new old stock” condition, water resist to 150 metres, 17 jewel. $300 399 An early 20thC “Railroad” open faced calculus gent’s pocket watch, the white enamel dial with subsidiary seconds and large Roman numerals in black, Review 30 movement, the nickel case with screw back. See page 20. $250 400 An early 20thC Elgin blind man’s full hunter pocket watch in silvered case, the white enamel dial with raised enamel dots to the black Arabic numerals, good working order. See page 20. $275 401 A Georgian period silver cased Verge pocket watch with fusee and beautifully pierced and engraved watchcock, maker’s mark J. Harris, Canterbury No. 995. The white enamel dial with black Arabic numerals. Not working. $250 402 A 1930’s Art Deco wall clock, the rectangular walnut case with plain serpentine corners, octagonal silvered dial with Arabic numerals above shaped glass panel showing the octagonal pendulum. Height 630, width 400. $200 403 An old wall mounted Ansonia clock in Arts and Crafts case with bevelled glass, enamel dial with Arabic numerals. Height 900, width 320. $250 404 A George V period circular mahogany cased wall clock with decorative rope edging and Roman numerals to dial, has been restored. $280 405 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival mahogany “balloon” cased bracket clock, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals and astral movement above the waisted flared base with oval fan form inlay, good working order. Height 270. $300

Lots 407, 414, 415, 413 407 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival “Lancet” clock, the inlaid mahogany case of Gothic arch form with two plain gilded brass pillars, the enamel dial with Roman numerals, eight day movement in good working order with key. Height 260. See page 20. $375 408 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival bracket clock, the mahogany case with shell inlay and satinwood stringing, domed top, the 6” gilded dial with Roman numerals flanked by reeded quarter columns with gilt metal caps and highlights, platform base with adjustable bun feet. French eight day movement. Height 335. $450 409 An early 20thC mahogany cased bracket clock, the domed top with four brass button form knobs to the corners, the silvered dial with Roman numerals and retailer’s name “Stewart Dawson & Co. Ltd.”, satinwood stringing, all flanked by quarter reeded columns with gilded details, plinth base raised on gilded ogee feet, ting tang striking movement. Height 290. $450 410 An Edwardian Sheraton Revival bracket clock, the mahogany domed case with oval fan inlay, the silvered dial with Arabic numerals, Unghans German movement with drop hammer chime, all on adjustable brass ball feet. Height 330. $450 411 An old bronzed spelter mystery clock formed as a standing elephant with raised trunk supporting the gilded movement, the silvered dial with gilt Roman numerals and hands above the fixed hanging pendulum with ball weight, the elephant on oval shaped copper base. Height overall 280. $450 412 A late Victorian period walnut regulator wall clock of typical design with column mouldings either side and ornate mask pediment, the circular white enamel dial with Roman and Arabic numerals, the pendulum movement striking on a gong. Height 1100. $550

413 A good 19thC French Boulle mantel clock of Louis XV style with gilt metal mounts and cartouche enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the pendulum movement striking on a gong. Height 305. Not working, with key. See page 20. $700 414 A late 19thC French “Four Glass” mantel clock, the brass case with thick bevelled glass panels, the enamelled dial with Roman numerals, the eight day movement with suspended pendulum. Height 225, width 140, depth 115. With key and in good working order. See page 20. $1,200 415 An impressive mid 20thC walnut cased bracket clock, the top of sarcophagus form with swing handle and applied fancy floral pierced panels, the gilded dial with angles to the spandrels and silvered chapter ring with Roman numerals, quality double fusee chain movement. Height 305, width 245, depth 155. See page 20. $1,200

SILVER & PLATE 416 A modern silver photo frame of plain oblong shape. Length 220, Sheffield 1995. Mint and boxed. $150 417 A silver pin cushion in the form of a naval officer’s cap, original velvet to and bottom, Leicester 1910. See page 25. $180 418 A fine quality engine turned snuff box of oblong shape. Length 80, French import marks. $150 419 A heavy Indian silver cigarette case of oblong shape with profuse floral engraved decoration. Length 120. $80 419A A silver cigarette box of oblong shape with engine turned lid and sandalwood interior. Length 130, Birmingham 1933. $120 420 A Victorian period cranberry scent flask of plain cylinder shape with finely engraved silver mounts and original internal stopper. Length 80, Birmingham 1890. $120 421 An Art Deco period cut glass scent bottle of baluster shape with silver mount and original facet cut stopper. Height 120, London 1930. $100 422 An Edwardian period silver glass topped trinket box profusely engraved to exterior, with blue glass liner, Birmingham 1906. Diameter 65. $180

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437 A George II period silver tablespoon, Hanoverian pattern London 1751 maker John Gorman, length 250mm. $140 438 A pair of George III period silver tablespoons, Old English pattern, profusely engraved handles, London 1795 maker George Baskerville, length 225. See page 25. $150 439 Six early Victorian period silver dessert spoons, fiddle and thread pattern, London 1841, maker William Eley, length 175mm. $360 440 Six Georgian period Scottish silver dessert spoons of Old English pattern, Edinburgh 1790 (five) and 1807. $250 441 A Georgian period Old English silver tablespoon, London 1818, maker William Eaton. $80 442 A Georgian period Irish crested fiddle pattern silver dessert spoon, Dublin 1769. $80 443 Six Victorian period Old English silver dessert spoons, London 1888 (two), 1889 (two) and 1890 (two) - together with six matching dessert forks, 1886 (one), 1890 (two) and 1895 (three). $300 444 Five old Dutch 833 standard Hanoverian silver table forks c.1862 together with a set of six Dutch 934 standard Hanoverian silver tablespoons c.1890. $350 445 Six Georgian period crested Hanoverian silver table forks, London 1808 (four), 1816 and 1828. $300 446 Six Victorian period silver teaspoons, Kings pattern, 5 Edinburgh 1860 Millidge and Sons, 1 Edinburgh 1849 John Williamson. $100 447 A set of six George III period Old English silver teaspoons, London1809. $80 448 A set of 12 silver coffee spoons with arrowhead handles, Birmingham 1940. $75 449 A boxed set of six Edwardian period silver plated coffee spoons with decorated handles- complete with sugar tongs, butter knife and jam spoon, in fitted box. $75 450 A set of six fruit knives forks, plain steel blades with decorated silver handles, Sheffield 1914, original Mappin & Webb box. $110

451 A set of six fruit knives and forks, plated blades with decorated silver handles, Birmingham 1918, original fitted case. $120 452 A Victorian period silver tea caddy spoon Fiddle pattern, Exeter 1857 makers James and Josich Williams. $110 453 A silver plate teaspoon with New Zealand engraved to the bowl, the terminal enamelled in green with R.M.M.S. Aorangi to the centre. $80 454 A Victorian engraved silver sugar scuttle. Length 80, Birmingham 1896, a silver teaspoon, Sheffield 1938 and a Victorian silver plated spade shaped jam spoon. $100 455 A Victorian period Queens pattern silver butter knife, London 1889. $80 456 A silver and mother-of-pearl folding fruit knife with finely engraved decoration, Sheffield 1915. $80 457 A late Victorian period silver fish knife with Art Nouveau handle. Length 210, London 1899. $80

Lots 458, 485, 436, 438, 417, 478 458 A George IV period silver fish slice, ivory handle and decorative pierced and engraved blade, London 1808 makers Peter and William Bateman, length 285mm. See page 25. $450 459 A Georgian period crested Scottish silver teapot of oblong shape with gadrooned border, ivory heat rings and four ball feet, Edinburgh 1819, faults. With provenance. $400 460 A Georgian period silver two-handled sugar basin with leaf, flower and shell rim, standing on four ball feet - together with matching cream jug with long pouring spout, London 1820, maker William Bateman. See page 25. $650 461 An Edwardian period Irish silver three piece teaset of circular shape with shaped rims and lion masks and paw feet, ornately embossed with foxes, swans, leaves, flowers and scrolls, Dublin 1905/06, maker Weir & Sons. $1,200

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Lot 463 463 A George II crested silver loving cup with embossed fluted design and leaf and scroll cartouche. Height 100, London 1748, maker Richard Gosling. See front cover. $1,500

Lot 464 464 A good quality George V period silver ink stand presented to Lieut. S. Callaghan, 17th Lances, by the Meerut Race Club, 1910. Oblong gallery shape standing on four bun feet with pair original glass inkwells and central model of standing horse. Width 1250, depth 170, Chester 1910, maker Walker & Hall. Total weight approx. 1.4 kilos. See page 20.$1,200 465 A large impressive WMF silver plate Art Nouveau ewer of baluster form, the domed lid with relief grape decoration surmounted with a cherub holding aloft a glass, the body with relief decoration of various naked maidens, Pan and cherub, branch form handle and four spreading feet, impressed marks to base. Height 425. $1,400 466 A fine quality George II period silver salver with shell and scroll shaped border, detailed floral flat chased decoration and three hoof feet. Diameter 235, London 1744, maker Robert Abercromby. Recorded in Arthur Grimwade as specialist salver maker. See page 25. $2,000 467 A Georgian Revival silver salver of plain design with piecrust border. Diameter 310, Sheffield 1952, makers Atkin Bros. $300 468 A silver plated two-handled tray of oblong shape with gadrooned border and chased floral decoration. Length 570, Rodgers & Co. $100 469 An Art Deco period silver vase of Arts

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Lots 470, 477, 469, 462 470 An Edwardian period Art Nouveau creamer with sinuous leaf handle and scrolling feet, finished with a hand-beaten effect, Birmingham 1907, diameter 70. See page 25.$225 471 A cut crystal claret jug of conical shape with plain silver plated mounts. Height 295. See page 25. $120 472 A silver Art Nouveau framed thermometer, the thermometer mounted on ivorene, the back and strut in worn velvet, London 1904. Height 180, diameter 85. $280 473 An early Victorian period silver plate on copper oblong entree dish of plain design with gadrooned border and detachable foliate handle. Length 270. Given as a wedding gift to Capt. George Todd Wright at Madras 1842. $150 474 A Victorian silver plated tea kettle on stand, circular shape with finely engraved decoration, flower finial, ivory heat rings and tripod base with original spirits burner. $150

Lots 475, 460, 466, 471 475 Two glass coasters with ornate silver overlay. Diameters 150 and 175, Birmingham 1924 and 1926. See page 25. $120 476 Two silver bottle tickets, port and sherry, London 1975. $80 477 A Dutch 833 standard silver cream jug of octagonal section with sparrow beak spout. Height 55. See page 25. $80 478 A late Victorian period miniature silver toast rack, London 1899. See page 25. $60 479 A Victorian period silver goblet of plain design, Sheffield 1879. Height 200, diameter 80. $150 480 A silver two-handled trophy cup

on round ebonised wooden stand, uninscribed, London 1926. Height 220. $150 481 A pair of William IV period Old Sheffield Plate telescopic candlesticks with foliate borders and circular bases. Height extended 255. $200 482 A pair of small stylish silver candlesticks of Georg Jensen style. Height 50, made in Denmark. $120 483 An Edwardian period silver trumpet shaped vase of plain design. Height 210, London 1903. $150 484 A large old Eastern silver circular bowl ornately embossed with elephants, tigers, figures, bullock carts and village scenes. Diameter 270. $250 485 A Victorian silver plate cheese scoop with ivory handle, length 270mm. See page 25. $120 485A A Victorian silver plated two-handled biscuit barrel with ornate leaf and scroll pierced decoration, original glass liner and ivory finial. Height 185. $110

RUGS 486 An old hand-knotted Persian Baluchi rug, the field with stylised floral motifs, multiple border guards, typical colours of red, dark blue, brown and ivory. Width 970, length 1600. Worn. $160 487 A Kelim runner of Caucasian style, the field decorated with single row of large octagons and profuse bird and animal designs, three border guards, shades of blue, red, brown and ivory. Width 730, length 2700. $180 488 An old hand-knotted Turkish rug, the field decorated with stylised geometric motifs, three wide border guards, colours of dark red, shades of blue, brown and ivory. Width 1200, length 2000, some wear. $180 489 A small old hand-knotted Persian Baluchi prayer rug, the field with stylised leaves and flowers, multiple narrow border guards, typical colours of dark red, dark blue, green and ivory. Width 680, length 1530. $250 490 A small finely knotted Turkoman rug, the field decorated with rows of gul motifs, multiple narrow border guards, colours of red, dark blue, green, brown and ivory. Width 650, length 1300. $200 491 A hand-knotted Persian Baluchi rug, the field with stylised criss-cross pattern,

five narrow border guards, colours of dark blue, dark red, green and ivory. Width 920, length 1400. $250 492 An antique hand-knotted Afghan bag face, the field decorated with three rows of gul motifs, three border guards with central wide guard, colours of rich red, dark blue, mid blue and ivory. Width 1200, length 910. $200 493 An antique hand-knotted Baluchi rug, the field decorated with three large octagons, multiple narrow border guards, colours of red, blue, brown, mustard and ivory. Width 970, length 1450, worn. $270 494 A small old hand-knotted Afghan rug, the field with six rows of square medallions, single narrow floral border guard, colours of red, orange, dark blue and ivory. Width 980, length 1180. $300 495 A hand-knotted Persian Arak rug, the field with profuse floral designs, five narrow border guards, colours of dark red, dark blue, turquoise, pale rose pink and ivory. Width 1050, length 1550. $300

Lot 496 496 A finely knotted Turkoman rug of unusual design, the field decorated with two rows of large diamond motifs with hooked running dog borders, three border guards, colours of red, blue, green, brown and ivory. Width 1220, length 1850. See page 25. $350 497 A small old finely knotted Afghan prayer rug, the field decorated with geometric motifs, multiple narrow border guards, colours of dark red, dark blue and ivory. Width 860, length 1420. $350 498 A Persian hand-knotted all wool rug, the rectangular field with repeating geometric motifs within a triple border of repeating guls, dominant tones of red, indigo, green and ivory. Length 2390, width 110. $400 500 A finely knotted Persian Qasemabad rug of tribal design, the field with rows of gul motifs, three narrow border guards, colours of dark blue, red, brown, pale lemon and ivory. Width 1300, length 1900. $500

501 A hand-knotted Persian Ardebil rug, silk and wool, the field decorated with three large medallions and allover stylised bird and flower designs, five border guards with central wide guard, colours of blue, green, dark aubergine, tan, coral, rose pink, ochre and ivory. Width 1300, length 2000. $500 502 A hand-knotted Persian Khamseh rug, the field decorated with single central medallion and four corner designs, all-over floral motifs with three border guards, colours of red, blue, green, rose pink, brown and ivory. Width 1140, length 1940. $500 503 An old hand-knotted Persian Arak rug, the field with profuse floral designs, three border guards, colours of dark blue, dark red, green, brown and ivory. Width 1050, length 2200. $550 504 A finely knotted Persian Baluchi rug, the field decorated with three rows of oblong medallions, intricate geometric floral motifs, two wide border guards, colours of rich dark red, dark blue and ivory. Width 1100, length 2080. $550 505 A hand-knotted Persian Hamadan runner, the field with two large medallions, three border guards, geometric motifs in colours of rich red, dark blue, pale lemon, grey and ivory. Width 1020, length 2860. $600

Lot 506 506 A hand-knotted Persian rug of Caucasian style decorated with bold geometric motifs, either end decorated with line of figure and camels, colours of red, darl blue, pale lemon and ivory. Width 1430, length 1900. See page 25. $600 507 A hand-knotted Persian Afshar rug, the field with bold geometric plant and bird motifs, three border guards, colours of red, dark blue, green, brown and ivory. Width 1150, length 2200. $600 508 A large hand-knotted Persian Mosul rug, the field decorated with central medallion and four corner designs, stylised floral and bird motifs in colours of red, blue, green, brown, pale orange and ivory. Width 1310, length 2250. $650

509 An old hand-knotted Persian Zaboul rug, the field with profuse stylised plant and animal motifs, seven narrow border guards, colours of dark red, dark blue, green and ivory. Width 1170, length 2800. $1,250 510 A large hand-knotted Afghan carpet of traditional design, the field decorated with three rows of large gul motifs, multiple border guards, typical colours of rich dark red and dark blue. Width 3040, length 4020. $2,500

FURNITURE 511 A brass bound walnut storage box of plain oblong shape with brass side handles. Length 970, width 480, height 470. $250 512 An N.Z. colonial golden kauri storage box of plain oblong shape with moulded top edge, plinth base and iron side handles. Width 940, depth 420, height 440. $250 513 An N.Z. dark stained kauri torchere, tall slender baluster shape with circular top, carved decoration and tripod base. Diameter 325, height 1070. $250 514 A small old New Zealand kauri four stage whatnot of plain oblong shape with rounded corners, slender turned column supports and turned finials. Length 760, depth 320, height 930. $300 515 An Edwardian period New Zealand kauri Davenport, the sloping top with dark red leatherette insert on twin column supports with turned stretcher and white china castors. Width 530, depth 530, height 770. $450 516 A vintage oak open elbow swivelling slat back office chair with original studded brown leatherette seat. $200 517 An Edwardian period mahogany Sheraton Revival flat-top card table with restrained inlaid decoration, green baize interior with four corner cups, supported on four slender square shaped legs with splayed feet. Width 680, depth 375, height 730. Some attention required. $250 518 A Sheraton Revival small side table of rectangular form, the plain mahogany top panel cross- banded with walnut and inlaid with bow and swag decoration, in a brass frame under glass with brass faceted legs and cross stretcher. Width 460, depth 400, height 470. $300 519 A Victorian period pine country drop-

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Lot 520 520 A fine quality Victorian period rosewood flap-top side table with slender internal compartment, oblong shape with thumbnail moulded edge, lyre shaped supports, turned stretcher base with pad feet. Width 690, depth 450, height 720. See page 28. $450 521 A miniature Edwardian period walnut Sutherland table, the oblong top with moulded edge, cut corners and rule joints, on twin slender turned column supports and turned stretcher base. Width 550, length extended 680, height 560. $300 522 A William IV period flame mahogany work box of plain oblong shape standing on four turned legs with platform base, pleated cloth well and mirrored interior. Width 455, depth 370, height 750. $450 523 A Regency period mahogany tilt-top wine table of plain oblong shape with rounded corners and reeded edge, on elegant turned and fluted column support with four sabre legs and scroll feet. Length 660, width 535, height 700. Some surface marks. $500 524 An unusual Georgian oak side table with platform base, plain oblong shape with square section legs and single drawer at one end. Length 990, width 710, height 740. $750 525 An Edwardian period Sheraton Revival desk, original leatherette top, two small shaped drawers to each side with one single drawer to the middle, two additional drawers to top of desk, slender tapered legs with porcelain castors. Height 970, width 1120, depth 510. $750 526 A Georgian mahogany fall front bureau, plain design with two small drawers and two full width drawers, the interior fitted with small cupboard and small drawers and pigeonholes - oval brass handles, bracket feet. Width 910, depth 500, height 1000. $450 527 An N.Z. colonial golden kauri chest of five drawers, two deep drawers across the top with three full-width drawers below, plain moulded top

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edge, turned wood handles, short turned feet. Width 1010, depth 440, height 1180. $750 528 An N.Z. colonial kauri Scotch chest, the central top hat drawer with pair of small drawers either side and three fullwidth drawers below, mottled facings, metal handles, moulded top edge, plinth base with metal castors. Width 1230, depth 490, height 1360. $2,000 529 An impressive late 19thC oak Arts and Crafts mirror back sideboard, the base with two cupboards and three central shelves, the top section with two bevelled mirrors, two small cupboards and open shelf. Ornate carved decoration to the cupboard doors, metal mounts, strap hinges, brass handles. Width 1800, depth 610, height overall 2240. $2,500 530 A large Georgian period oak corner cabinet with two panelled doors, brass H hinges, brass handle and keyhole escutcheon, green painted interior with two shelves. Width 1000, depth 500, height 1260. $1,200

Lot 531 531 A George IV period mahogany fall front bureau, two half drawers with three fulllength drawers beneath, ogee bracket feet, the fall front enclosing fitted drawers and filing space with five secret drawers, original Nelson commemorative handles featuring a lion’s head with flags and canon in the background. Height 1055, width 1205, depth 520. See page 28. $3,500

Lot 533 the top section with twin panelled cupboard doors, the base with two small drawers above two full-width drawers, the recessed centre section with four small fitted drawers, plain moulded top, plinth base, metal handles. Width 980, depth 540, height 1660. See inside back cover. $3,000

Lot 534 534 A 19thC Biedermeier walnut chest of three full-width drawers with chamfered sides, brass ring handles, matching figured veneers and square section legs. Width 1265, depth 600, height 950. See page 28. $2,500 534A A reproduction French style gilt wood carved beech console mirror and base, the large mirror with floral pediment and arched top, bevel edged, over the base of serpentine form with red and white variegated marble top, carved frieze with shell pediment on turned and reeded feet. Height 2270, width 1000, depth 360. $1,500

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Lot 532 532 An 18thC Dutch walnut marquetry secretaire-a-abattant, with classical inlay of swags, ribbons and shells with a top drawer, central writing compartment and twin cupboard doors in base. Height 1570, width 1000, depth 495. See page 28. $4,000 533 A late 19thC walnut Sheraton Revival cabinet with detailed classical inlay of flowers, leaves, ribbons and garlands,

535 A good quality French kingwood bowfront Semainier of Louis XV style with five drawers, serpentine marble top, herringbone banding and gilt metal leaf and scroll mounts and handles. Width 620, depth 380, height 1260. See inside back cover. $1,800 536 A small fine quality 19thC mahogany dressing table of Empire style with octagonal mirror, original recessed white marble top, single drawer with three compartments, twin turned and fluted column supports and well-proportioned turned and fluted

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Lot 536 stretcher base. Width 800, depth 430, height 1300, with key, age cracks in marble. See page 28. $1200 537 An oak Georgian Revival dresser, the base with two drawers, decorative carved frieze, the panelled back with three shelves and a carved frieze with decorative finials. Height 1800, width 1021. $1,500 537A An Edwardian mahogany Georgian Revival serpentine sideboard with two deep concave drawers and central bowfront drawer, oak linings, brass handles and shaped central apron, supported on six tapering square section legs with spade feet. Width 1200, depth 610, height 870. $1,000 538 A small antique English oak hanging corner cabinet, the flat front with single carved panelled door, the interior with serpentine shelf. Width 570, depth 300, height 810. Brass handle, lock and key. $600 539 A Georgian period mahogany flap top tea table of plain oblong shape with rounded corners, tapering square section legs and restrained inlaid decoration. Width 900, length extended 900, height 730. $1,200 540 A high quality 17thC style oak refectory table with carved frieze and legs, lovely patina. Height 760, length 1068, depth 840. $1,500 541 A Victorian mahogany crank-action extension dining table with single leaf, rounded corners, double moulded edge, turned and fluted legs with porcelain castors. Width 1260, length 16870, height 730. $1,500 542 An English oak country table of four planks, square chamfered legs. Height 770, length 2043, width 780. $2,000 543 A decorative 19thC satinwood Biedermeier open elbow settee, the architectural back with seven lyre shaped splats and star motif inlays, cane filled seat and tapering square section legs. Width 1720. $1,500 544 A pair of Victorian period walnut open elbow chairs of French style with cameo backs, serpentine fronts, detailed flower and leaf carving, cabriole front

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legs with brass castors and buttoned cream fabric covers. $850 545 A pair of good quality pale greenishgrey paint finish elbow chairs of French Louis XVI style with carved and pierced backs, turned top rail, turned front legs and quality green and coral coloured covers and loose cushions. $650 546 An Edwardian period oak bench heavily carved front, sides and high back, the arms culminating in lions’ heads, lift up seat for storage. Height 1100, width 1030, depth 460. $500 547 A modern French beech X-shaped footstool of classical style with turned rails and leaf and scroll carved decoration, gilded highlights and studded gold damask covers and tasselled cushion. Length 770. $650 548 A good quality William IV period mahogany bar back open elbow chair with leaf and scroll carved decoration, carved, turned and fluted front legs and old floral tapestry seat. Colours well worn and some attention required. $450 549 A Georgian “Chippendale” elbow chair with pierced vase splat decoration to back and red velvet drop-in seat. Height 185, width 620, depth 480. $450 550 An Edwardian period mahogany five piece parlour suite with carved and pierced decoration and original machine tapestry covers - two seater settee, pair elbow chairs and pair single chairs. The back of one single chair with piece missing. $500 551 A set of four Victorian period walnut balloon back dining chairs with carved and pierced back rails, serpentine fronts, cabriole front legs and pale green velvet seats. $400 552 Four early Victorian period rosewood saddle back dining chairs with turned and fluted vase shaped front legs and drop-in seats with various fabric covers. $450 553 A pair of Jacobean Revival high back chairs with barley twist legs, back with carved grapes, leaves and lions decoration, original leatherette seats. Require some attention. Height 1015, depth 420. $250 554 An 18thC Welsh oak loveseat of country style on four pegged sabre shaped legs, the ornately carved & pierced back dated 1781. One leg damaged. $200

555 A Regency period mahogany bar back single chair of Sheraton style with reeded back, turned front legs and old studded leather seat. $120 556 A late Victorian period lady’s upholstered chair with red lacquer base, turned and carved front legs and deep buttoned machine tapestry covers. $120 557 An old Chinese two-stage circular brass occasional table on ebonised “bamboo” folding base. Diameter 600, height 670. $250 558 An old Chinese side table of country style, oblong shape with open apron beneath the top edge, four square section legs with spade feet. Length 665, depth 420, height 840. $200

Lot 559 559 A nest of five Chinese hardwood side tables of square section with carved and pierced friezes beneath the top edge. The largest table width 230, depth 230, height 540. See inside back cover. $400 560 A pair of old Chinese heavy rosewood side chairs, the wide carved splat back of floral and architectural form with inset arched grey and white marble panels in landscape design above the shaped panelled seat and stretchered base. $600 561 A nest of three French kingwood side tables of Louis XV style with serpentine tops, elegant cabriole legs and floral marquetry inlay, the largest table width 540, depth 370, height 590. $500 562 An old six rung wooden step ladder. Height 1190. $120 563 An old eight rung step ladder. Height 1740. $200 564 A Victorian period carved walnut bun footstool on short cabriole legs, green velvet cover. $100 565 An old country elm footstool of primitive bun shape on three pegged legs. Diameter 360. $150

566 A small modern elm stool of plain country style of oblong shape on four simple legs. Length 330, height 335. $80 567 A small old primitive oak footstool of oblong shape with four pegged legs. Length 230. $75 568 A Georgian mahogany and oak long case clock, the hood with double swan neck pediment and plain tapered columns above the single cross-banded door flanked by reeded quarter columns, the base with single panel to the front, the painted dial with thatched cottage and florals to the spandrels, date aperture and painted “W. Corrall, Sutterworth”, 30 hour movement. Height 2050. $1,500 569 An Edwardian mahogany cheval toilet mirror, the oval glass on curved supports with stretcher base. Width 500, height 510. $140 570 A faux tortoiseshell and black lacquer wall mirror with decorated borders and bevelled glass. Height 1040, width 830. $250 571 A pair of 19thC walnut mirrored wall shelves with gilt metal mounts and lion mask blind fretwork pediments. Height 700, width 370. $350 572 A stylish modern gilt wall mirror, the wide frame with concave sides and ends, plain glass. Width 910, height 1510. $350 573 A gilt wall mirror of oblong shape with leaf and scroll decorated frame. Width 930, length 1700. $350 574 A large Victorian period gold paint finish overmantel mirror of French style, the plain glass with arched top and ornate carved and pierced leaf and scroll pediment. Width 1540, height 1770. $550 575 An early 20thC pressed glass and crystal chandelier, the basket form base of prism and link cut crystals attached to the circular flared and ribbed top with repeating prism and bead drops. Diameter 300, height 450. $400

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576 A good quality crystal five branch chandelier with two concentric tiers below central column support, festooned with pendant lustres. Height 750, width 580. See page 13. $1,200 577 An impressive large eight branch crystal chandelier of 12 lights supported on curved sconces, festooned with cut crystal beaded swags, prism and long tear-form drops, fancy baluster column. Height overall 700, width 600. $1,200

PAINTINGS & PRINTS 578 A vintage Picasso lithographic print, “Woman Crying”, in contemporary partially gilded frame under “Tru Vue” glass. $120 579 A Victorian needlework tapestry, young girl with parrot and pet dog, 510 x 600, original rosewood frame. $200

Lot 584 dy, very fine detail. Image size 250 x 350. See back cover. $1,000 585 Claude Muncaster (1903 - 1974, British), “On Bignor Down, Morning, Sussex”, watercolour, 340 x 500, signed. Some surface marks. Purchased at a one man exhibition, February 1964. $350 586 Artist unknown, Scottish crofters with hand plough, Victorian period watercolour 360 x 680, unsigned. $150 587 G. Carelli, “Corfu”, 19thC watercolour, 220 x 350, signed and dated 1862. $250 588 Alexander Graham Munro (1903 1985, Scottish School), “Fez, Morocco”, pen and ink, 560 x 730. Note: Munro was a contemporary and painting companion of John Weeks. $350

Lot 580 580 J.H. Blunt, Lymouth Harbour, Victorian oil on canvas, 290 x 390, signed and dated ’94. See inside back cover. $350

Lot 581 581 John Alfred Arnesby Brown (1866 - 1955), oil on board, “End of the Village Road” 1929, signed, framed. Image size 200 x 260. $900 582 David Cox watercolour, monochrome with blue heightening, “Windy, Grey Day at Abereiddi, Wales”, signed. Image size 185 x 485. Framed under glass. $500 583

Lot 589 589 Elise Mourant, oil on canvas on board of a rural stone walled landscape with hill top church, signed. Image size 405 x 465. $650 590 Phylis Beadle, “Woman Raised on One Arm”, oil on board, 225 x 325, signed. $200 591 Attributed David Cox watercolour, “The Shepherdess”, gilt decorative plaster frame, under glass. Image size 145 x 245. $350

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Lot 583 George Hamilton Constantine (1878 1967), watercolour, Mr Robin Hood’s Bay”, showing seaweed gatherers with horses and cart, framed. Image size 245 x 360. See back cover. $800 584 A fine unsigned Victorian watercolour, beached fishing boats Norman-

592 Keith Wilson, “Perirate Kahikwa” after C.F. Goldie, acrylic on canvas, unsigned.610 x 455. See back cover. $1,000

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593 Thomas Louden Drummond (1850 - 1926), major oil on canvas of “Marsden Point” showing various vessels including steamer at wharf, signed and dated ’91, in original gilt frame, image size 405 x 825. Note: Drummond arrived in Auckland in 1872, in 1890 he bought a business in Whangarei. As a self-taught artist he made a name for himself in art circles in New Zealand and was a friend of such Auckland painters as Frank and Walter Wright. See back cover. $2,000 594 Thomas Louden Drummond oil on canvas of a “Creek at Papakura”, signed and dated ’92, in original gilt frame. Image size 460 x 340. $500 595 Thomas Louden Drummond, oil on canvas, coastal scene with snow capped mountains, signed and dated ’93, in original gilt frame, image size 520 x 365. $500

602 Keith Wilson acrylic on canvas, “Detail from a painting by C.F. Goldie”, portrait of a Maori woman, detailed on reverse, 355 x 300. $850 603 J. Webber, four coloured engravings from Cook’s voyages, including “A View of Huaheine” and “An Offering Before Capt. Cook in the Sandwich Islands”, each approx. 250 x 400, some foxing. Sold as one lot. $450 604 William H. Raworth watercolour showing Mt. Cook and Mt. Tasman from a wooded lake, signed, in gilt frame under glass. Image size 365 x 635. $500 605 Harry Wallace etching, kauri forest, signed in the block and in pencil. Image size 265 x 200. Provenance: Ex. the collection of Doctor Neville Hogg. $250 606 R.J. Inglis, oil on canvas, still life with violin, signed, gilt frame. Image size 410 x 490. $350 607 Louise Henderson, abstract watercolour on paper, 430 x 530, signed. $500

Lot 596 596 Thomas Louden Drummond, oil on board, mountain bush track, unsigned, in original gilt frame. Image size 290 x 220. Provenance: From same collection as above three works. See inside back cover. $250 597 Thomas Louden Drummond, oil on board of bush and creek scene, unsigned, in original gilt frame. Image size 225 x 295. Provenance: As above. $120 598 Miss Stella Johnston, oil on artist’s board, coastal Maori village scene, in original gilt frame. Image size 300 x 495. Provenance: By family descent. $200 599 Zoe Ireland, oil on board, “Te Maika - Kawhia Harbour” c.1960, signed, detailed on reverse. Image size 325 x 405. $200 600 Alan Taylor acrylic, Waiheke trader with signature, information and drawings on reverse, signed bottom right corner, in modern timber frame, height 580, width 430. $250 601 A colonial New Zealand small oil on canvas by M.A. Makeig, “Nr Half Moon Bay Stewart Island”, signed and dated 1902, in original gilt frame, 115 x 165 image size. $120

Lot 608 608 Louise Henderson oil on canvas, cubist dock scene with buildings, signed and dated ’52, 495 x 650, contemporary later frame. See back cover. $5,000 609 Edwin Pareroultja, Australian landscape watercolour c.1950, signed, in the manner of Albert Namatjira. Image size 280 x 385. $400 610 Early 20thC Australian artist unknown, steel works factory scene, watercolour on buff paper with white heightening, signed illegibly. Image size 325 x 380. $250 611 John Skinner Prout 19thC engraving, “The Burra Burra Copper Mines”, hand coloured, framed under glass. $90 612 Guy Huze, “Rising Day”, Tahitian beach scene with figures, boat and huts, gouache, 450 x 600, signed. Original label on reverse. $450 613 Rowland Langmaid, “The Thames London” and “Fishing Boats in English Channel”, original etchings, both

signed in pencil, 240 x 350 and 190 x 250. $250 614 Stewart MacLennan screenprint, stylised landscape with trees, signed and numbered 3/15, image size 340 x 460. $350

Lot 615 615 Edgar Mansfield, “Enigma”, original screenprint, signed in pencil and numbered 6/25, 200 x 150. See inside back cover. $250 616 Juliet Peter, “Sea Birds”, coloured, signed, titled and numbered 2/20 on the mount, 370 x 470. $200 617 William James Reed, untitled, prophet, rooster and sun, blue and white monoprint, signed, 430 x 680. $350 618 A pair of Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron Winkelmann reproduction photographs, “Volunteer” and “Lena Gladys”, each 440 x 400. $150 619 A vintage N.Z. coloured photograph, “On the Road to Kaikoura No. 1”, R.P. Moore, Wellington, 220 x 950. $200 620 A vintage N.Z. coloured panoramic photograph, “Lake Paradise on Pigeon Island”, R.P. Moore, Wellington, 220 x 980. $200

Lot 621 621 Wyllie, Southwark Bridge, original etching, signed in pencil, 140 x 340. See back cover. $200

Lot 622 622 Wyllie, London Bridge, original etching, signed in pencil, 140 x 340. Glass damaged. See back cover. $150 END OF SALE

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