Two WWI medals awarded to H. Maby
Stoker, Royal Navy, with ribbons.
A WWII period Japanese serviceman’s ‘Good Luck flag’
(yosegaki hinomaru) inked with a profusion of signatures and inscriptions surrounding the Rising Sun emblem.
A WWII period Japanese serviceman’s ‘1000 stitch belt’
with a stitched calligraphic inscription and multiple sewn on coins. The superstition was that the wearer would be protected by the wishes of the 1000 people who added stitches to these.
A WWII German Swastika flag
with needlework title 'Munster-Stadt, 2', with hanging rings. Distressed.
A WWII German SA dagger by E.Pack
'Puma Solingen' blade, nickel-plated fittings to the handle and scabbard, wooden handle, inset Party Eagle and SA logo, the blade marked with SA motto, the scabbard with remains of a dark brown paint finish, with double belt hanger and buckles. Note: previously catalogued as a Rohm dagger - there is no Rohm signature or inscription to the blade
An Indonesian kris
with damascene double edged straight blade with Garuda finial and with decoratively embossed metal scabbard. Overall L.675mm.
An old Indonesian kris
with rosewood hilt and scabbard mouth, the scabbard covered in engraved silver metal, the double edged straight blade with double-fuller. Overall L.500mm.
A West Timor buffalo bone head comb
stained dark brown and inlaid with decorated panels, on stand.
A Nias Island coconut and brass 'Kalabubu' necklace
traditionally worn by warriors, on stand.
A Fijian ula (throwing club)
with spherical head and slender shaft. Old repair. L.425mm.
A Pitcairn Island carved wood folk art flying fish
with open mouth, wooden pegged teeth and inlaid eyes. Maker R. Warren. L.400mm, H.200mm.
A carved Congolese tribal bird mask
large pronounced beak, eye holes and stylised hair, acquired from a private collection in Germany, on metal stand. H.320mm (on stand).
Two African wooden clubs
one Northern Nguni tribal group, possibly Swazi, with round head surmounted by a ridged comb, pierced to accept a steel blade, the simple shaft with anthropomorphic suggestion of small breasts , L.595mm, the other possibly Zulu, with multiple branched head and tapering shaft, L.620mm. Provenance: Private Auckland collection, previously the collection of M.D.Simpson (Merton D. Simpson Gallery, N.Y.).
A Dan tribal libation cup
the bowl in the form of a head with pronounced facial features and hair, on wooden stand. H.260mm (on stand).
A carved Hemba tribal headrest
two seated figures with oversize heads support the headrest. 220 x 80 x 200mm.
A lustre coffee cup commemorating the N.Z. International Exhibition
Christchurch, 1906-1907. Hair crack.
A N.Z. timbers apprentice tilt-top table
the inlaid top with star decoration in the manner of Norrie, raised on pedestal base, 225 x 135mm.
An early 20thC N.Z. 'Photographs by F.J. Denton
Wanganui, N.Z.' photographic advertisement, depicting two small girls in front of an advertising sign. 235 x 300mm.
A finely carved hardwood bust of a Maori chief
his face with traditional moko, two huia feathers to his hair and rain cape to his shoulders. H.190mm.
A 1960s/1970s inlaid N.Z. woods portrait panel by Mr L.J. Cox
the Maori chief in profile with huia feather, moko, earring and cloak, in fine detail, original applied label to reverse. 294 x 227mm. Note: details of a large WWII marquetry panel completed for The Kauri Museum, Matakohe, with this lot.
A large Crown Lynn hand potted vase
spherical form with concentric ring decoration, the flared foot with professional restoration, traditional matt white glaze, printed tiki mark to base. H.225mm.
A Crown Lynn swan
large size, printed mark and impressed number to base.
A Peter Stichbury coffee pot
tenmoku glazed with impressed chevron patterns. H.230mm.
A large Briar Gardner wall pocket vase glazed in emerald green
black and lemon yellow, oblong fluted shape, incised signature to back, small hair crack. H. 270mm.
A Briar Gardner wall pocket of tapered Art Deco form
variable green/blue/yellow glaze, incised full signature to reverse, small firing flaw to base. H.240, W.120mm.
Two Ross Mitchell-Anyon celadon glazed pieces
a cut sided teapot and pouring bowl.
A Ross Mitchell-Anyon sculpted lidded box
celadon glazed, together with a ventifact. Box L.160mm.
A large Peter Collis pottery vase
of squat baluster shape with three painted floral designs within oval panels. Dia.420, H.400mm.
A Lucy Rie small saucer dish
cream glaze, impressed cipher, small rim chip. Dia.140mm.
A Garry Nash hand blown art glass vase
flattened teardrop shape, emerald green overlaid included yellow stripes and white splashes near the foot and neck. Unsigned, c.1999. Ex. The makers family collection. H.295mm.
A Garry Nash art glass ovoid vase
the powder blue ground with coloured murrines, yellow lip to inverted rim, engraved mark and date '97. H.160mm.
A large glass vase/bowl by Ron van de Vlugt
of circular section with mottled deep blue exterior and lime-green interior. Dia. 250mm, H.200m. Unsigned.
An Ann Robinson early blown glass vase
of elongated oval form, the matt finish dark purple body highlighted with wavy lineal tubes/bands in powder blue, rust red and darker tones, signed and numbered to the base D.460 x H.250mm.
A Victorian Thomas Webb cameo glass vase
wild flowers in white on a cranberry ground with white embellishments to base and top. 100 x 155mm.
An early 20thC European highly decorative carafe
applied glass trailing, enamel decoration of birds and florals, sculpted bird glass finial. H.300mm.
A good quality cut glass vase of tall baluster shape
decorated with Scotch thistles. H.300mm.
A Bristol blue glass flask and bottle
with silver plated mouths and stoppers, one with plated cover to the spreading foot covering old faults. H.230mm.
A Whitefriars vase
ruby red with subtle impressed scalloped decoration. 130 x 195mm.
A heavy Kosta Boda ‘Rio’ vase BY Ulrica-Hydman-Vallien
decorated with bright carnival strips with original label to base. 140 x 250mm.
A modern Baccarat black lead crystal table candelabra
'Zenith Darkside' by Philippe Starck, the twin scrolling branch flanking the central obelisk all from the column stand, pineapple type cut decoration. H.440mm. Note: Philippe Starck has revisited the Baccarat historical tradition of black crystal together with diamond cutting and arrowed prisms. Complete with original box including a label with original price. US$7445.
A modern Baccarat crystal candelabra
the wrythen twist column supporting a two-branch candle sconce, with crystal lustres hanging from the drip trays and central facet obelisk, Baccarat mark to base. 250 x 320mm.
A René Lalique clear and frosted glass circular ashtray
with raised pyramid designs. Engraved signature. Wear on base. Dia.140mm.
A Lalique frosted glass paperweight
a kneeling naked woman with goose. Engraved marks and paper label. H.115mm.
An impressive Murano glass vase
in blue, clear and red colours, ovoid with 'snake' handles. Paper label. H.300mm.
A heavy Italian Murano uranium glass vase
the bell shaped bowl on solid cylinder shaped base. Rooster label c.1950s. H.230mm.
A pair of early 20thC Arts & Crafts silver vases
cylinder form with an encircling band of restrained whip-lash and floral decoration, flared rims. Birmingham 1910 by William Hutton & Sons Ltd. H.163mm.
A WMF two-tier Art Nouveau centrepiece
silver plated white metal and glass with top glass trumpet (possibly a replacement) supported by scrolling tendrils and a maiden above the original engraved glass shallow bowl, the spreading stylish diamond form base with sinuous open work floral motifs. Later mounted to a rimu plinth. 255 x 320 x 390mm.
A c.1900-1910 Liberty & Co. Tudric pewter and enamel clock designed by Archibald Knox
the mottled blue enamelled and copper dial with Roman numerals, the original A.G.U. 1 Million Lenzkirch movement in good working order, the base stamped Tudric 0371. Some attention required. H.225mm.
An English Pewter (Tudric) Archibald Knox design pewter dish
oval form with overhead handle, repeating square leaf stylised vine design (Honesty). Impressed marks and model no. 0357. L.305mm.
A three piece Tudric pewter coffee set
wicker handle, wood finial and hand-beaten decoration, baluster shape. Impressed marks. Coffee pot H.205mm.
A pair of Art Deco spelter lamps
in the form of a woman balancing a decorative ball on her feet, supporting a hexagonal form shade with diamond shaped glass, with later regilding. With original American purchase receipt. H.570mm.
An Art Nouveau iridescent trail glass lamp shade
squat baluster form with frilled rim, mottled green with dark brown trailing. Dia.approx. 130mm.
A Loetz type glass bottle vase
iridescent olive green, flared rim (tiny chip to rim). H.195mm.
Two Mats Jonansson crystal elephants
script signature etched to base. H.230 and 160mm.
A small Tiffany glass octagonal double gourd vase
with scalloped rim and iridescent gold finish, L.C.T. etched to the base and numbered 8888. H.80mm.
An early 20thC Japanese Awaji pottery monochrome glazed vase
the long neck specimen vase with ovoid body in a striking blue glaze. H.300mm.
A rare MacIntyre (Moorcroft) Aurelian Ware specimen vase
squat spherical body with tall waisted neck in the William Moorcroft Aurelian design with enriched red, blue and gilt decoration, c.1897, printed mark to base. H.155mm.
A Royal Dux Art Deco model of a sailor girl
wearing a white gold trimmed singlet top and flared cobalt blue pants looking inquisitively over her right shoulder with hands on hips. Pink triangle and printed marks. H.270mm.
An Italian Lenci 1930s Art Deco figure group of a stylish mother and child
the Madonna type mother in a floral spray and checked pattern hooded top, black sleeves, printed and painted maker's marks including date 7-7-1936 together with the initials 'E.P.'. H.245mm.
A Clarice Cliff Bizarre 'Patina Country' conical bowl
the four legs patterned with Delicia, printed marks to base (chips to base). Dia.195 x H.100mm.
A vintage Royal Doulton flambé model of an elephant
its trunk raised, painted Noke signature to foot and printed marks. L.230mm.
A Royal Doulton ‘Robin Hood’ cheese dish and cover
A Royal Doulton stoneware baluster jug
with slip-trail Art Nouveau designs on a cobalt blue ground. Impressed mark. Original pewter lid. H.200mm.
A Royal Doulton figurine 'Sweet and 20'
An early Royal Worcester jug of conical shape
with gilded handle and a polychrome wildflower painting on a peach bloom ground. Date marks c.1902. H.225mm.
A Royal Worcester Hadley lidded potpourri jar
the front panel, painted with grapes, cherries and peaches, with signature, gilt embellishments to base, rim and lid (small chip to finial with an old repair). Date mark for 1950. 90 x 130mm.
A Royal Worcester Hadley lidded potpourri jar
the front panel painted with cherries and peaches, signed H. Ayrton, gilt embellishments to base, rim and lid (some wear to gilt on lid). Date mark for 1951. 90 x 130mm.
A Royal Worcester Hadley lidded potpourri jar
the front panel painted with grapes and peaches, signed to the front, gilt embellishments to base, rim and lid, professional restoration to lid. 90 x 130mm.
A small Royal Worcester vase
the front panel painted with grapes and pears, with signature, date mark for 1951. 70 x 80mm.
A small Royal Worcester vase
the front panel painted with grapes, blackberries and peaches, signed J. Reed, gilt embellishment to rim. 70 x 70mm.
A small Royal Worcester vase
the front panel painted with grapes and peaches, with signature, gilt embellishments to base and rim. Date mark for 1951. 70 x 70mm.
A Royal Worcester vase
the front panel painted with cherries and apples, signed P. English, gilt embellishment to base and rim. 75 x 150mm.
An Edwardian Royal Worcester porcelain hand painted potpourri urn
the oval lobed body painted with floral sprays and heighted with gilt on a peach ground, single lid. Shape #1312, printed marks and date code for 1903. H.170mm.
A Royal Worcester porcelain urn vase and cover
ovoid shape, raised on a circular spreading foot and with a short trumpet mouth issuing from a fluted neck, the body decorated on a panel reserved on a cobalt and gilt ground. Hand painted with exotic birds perched and in flight in an Elysian landscape with a distant view of castle ruins; the body further decorated with moulded patterns highlighted with gilding incorporating stylised acanthus and trellis patterns, the back decorated with acanthus scroll and flowers in gilt. Blue mark, date code for 1897, shape 1817. The cone finial refitted to the small domed cover. 370mm.
A small Sèvres lidded trinket box
lavishly gilded on a cobalt blue ground, with painted panels to the top and sides, brass fitting to rim and lid. Sèvres mark to base. 85 x 70 x 30mm.
A Sèvres porcelain covered box
a Sèvres deep saucer dish, a bone china small covered urn and a miniature tazza, all decorated variously with florals. Tallest H.110mm.
A 19thC Sèvres cabinet dish
Chateau des Tuileries mark, painted to the centre with a young woman within a heavily gilt enriched cobalt border. Dia.240mm.
Three cabinet cups
a German porcelain cabinet cup and a Sèvres saucer dish, variously decorated with figures, landscapes and flowers, various shapes.
A pair of Sèvres coffee cans and saucers
decorated with coat-of-arms and bee motif in gilt on cobalt ground. Gilded interiors.
Four Sèvres porcelain oval panels
depicting couples in landscapes, oval with gilt metal frames. Each 120 x 100mm.
Two Sèvres porcelain boxes
oval with hand coloured transfer patterns to the lid. Chateau des Tuileries mark under the base. W.130mm. Along with a Sèvres cabinet plate decorated with amorini flanking the cipher of Louis Phillipe. Dia.240mm.
A Sèvres porcelain ashette and two plates
each painted with romantic couples reserved in central panels on a bleu céleste ground and further decorated with gilding and floral panels. Repairs and faults. W.455mm, Dia.245 and 230mm.
A 19thC Sèvres jardinière
decorated with a hand painted panel depicting a romantic couple within a gilded and 'jewelled' border upon a bleu céleste ground. Dia.195mm.
A 19thC Sèvres porcelain vase
ovoid shape raised on tall stem and with gilt metal fittings. Painted with a romantic couple. H.290mm.
Four various Continental porcelain cups and saucers
variously decorated with romantic couples, a portrait of Louis XVI, birds and flowers.
Two early French Sèvres porcelain coffee cans
both decorated with jewelled polychrome painted portraits. Painted marks. H.70mm.
Four Continental porcelain coffee cans
variously decorated with landscapes and figures, hand painted and printed. Some restoration.
Five various continental porcelain cabinet cups and saucers
various shapes and printed and hand painted decoration.
A Continental porcelain étui
decorated with biblical figures, lid restored, opening to reveal an interior fitted with gilt washed scissors, knife, bodkin, etc.
Two French porcelain scent bottles
one of cushion shape painted with florals and embellished with gilt, the other cylindrical, decorated with romantic couples, with gilt metal mounts. W.90mm and H.100mm.
Three Continental cups and saucers
variously decorated with birds, flowers and romantic couples.
An early 20thC Polar decorated set of plates
comprising a rectangular serving dish and seven octagonal side plates, all transfer decorated and hand coloured with various polar scenes including sealers, steam boats under sail and captured by ice, encampments, stations, flags, icebergs, etc., all framed by a bright blue border with fine floral garlands and gilt enrichments, each transfer mark to the reverse 'Trade-Mark' above an 'L' within scrolls. Two side plates with minor damage.
A Victorian Staffordshire swan ornament
with flower holder. L.140mm.
A late 19thC Meissen figure group
an elephant wearing a rich and elaborate caparison, with attendant on his back, on scalloped shape base decorated with rocks and plants, rope twist border, the central castle and warriors absent and with old restoration. Crossed sword mark, incised model number to base. W.330 x D.170 x H.310mm.
A Victorian English earthenware ale jug
modelled with two country gentlemen, grapes and vine leaves. Pewter lid missing. 210mm.
A Georgian period blue and white Willow pattern tea set
oval section teapot, lidded basin and cream jug, together with six tea bowls, five coffee cups, seven saucer dishes and a slot bowl, all with gilded borders.
A 19thC Ralph Wood style toby jug
the seated gent with tricorn hat, some damage. H.250mm.
An Early Austrian amphora vase
of oblong section, decorated with spider's webs and pine cones. Impressed marks. Small fault. H.140mm.
A vintage Royal Copenhagen figure group
'Knight Ready for Battle', he stands in part armour being attended by his female companion, gloss glazed in colours, ivy highlights to base, printed marks including #3171. H.475mm.
An early 20thC Royal Dux figure group
the young farming couple sheathing wheat, traditional colours including gold toned highlights. Impressed and printed marks. H.470mm.