Cordys

1004

An impressive modern 18ct. white gold emerald and diamond necklace
the 11 graduating emerald cut emeralds including two to the drop, spaced by pairs of cluster diamonds with further conforming clusters to one side of eight of the emeralds, further pairs of cluster diamonds forming the balance of the necklace. The emeralds totalling 26.57ct. with a TDW 27.1ct. Valuation available.

Realised: $29,000

1002

A rare Queen Anne ebonised thirty-hour longcase clock. Robert Rouch
Bristol, early 18th century. The posted countwheel bell-striking movement with anchor escapement and 11 inch square brass dial with herringbone border engraved calendar aperture incorporating pinhole adjustment and rectangular silvered signature plaque with Bristol to the matted centre, within an applied silvered Roman numeral chapter ring with Arabic five minutes and stylised fleur-de-lys half hour markers, with original pierced steel hands and gilt female mask and scroll cast spandrels to angles, the case with silvered wood ball finials and domed caddy to the blind fret fronted box upstand, above moulded cornice with conforming fret to frieze and integral columns to hood door, the trunk with concave throat moulding and lenticle-centred rectangular door, on plinth base with moulded skirt, 220cm high. Provenance: the property of a private collector. Robert Rouch is recorded in Bellchamber's 'Somerset Clockmakers' as working in Bristol circa 1725-55, where he is listed as 'a fine maker'. A single-handed clock by Dennis Chambers of Pucklechurch with identical engraved half-hour markers is illustrated in Darken and Hooper's 'English 30 Hour Clocks Origin & Development 1600-1800' on page 145. The calendar has the unusual feature of pin-hole adjustment for advancing the date at the end of shorter months, a feature normally associated with the workshop of Thomas Tompion and his successor George Graham. The case is a rare survivor and is in good original condition considering its pine construction and was made by a cabinet maker who successfully captured the feel and proportions of a high-end London case of the period.

Realised: $4,500

0382

NZ PURE GOLD $10 PROOF COIN GENERAL GRANT 15.55GM

Realised: $720

0443

A vintage mahogany shop display cabinet
two glass shelves, green baize base, sliding doors to back. W.2440 x D.700 x H.1110mm

Realised: $700

0174

PAIR OF LARGE CONCRETE URNS

Realised: $475

0069

BOX MATCHBOX SUPERFAST-BOXED & LOOSE - ETC

Realised: $360

0175

LARGE CONCRETE URN ON STAND

Realised: $275

0445

A Victorian mahogany two drawer library table
with gallery to the top, the turned fluted legs raised on brass casters, (one leg requires attention). W.1220 x D.580 x H.820

Realised: $250

0061

ROLL OF UPHOLSTERY FABRIC

Realised: $230

0049

LARGE CONCRETE URN

Realised: $210

0463

A pair of Victorian parlour chairs
the carved walnut frames upholstered in a peridot green velvet, buttoned detailing. W.480 x D.420 x H910mm.

Realised: $200

1000

A George III mahogany banjo barometer
engraved silvered dials to barometer and thermometer, requires attention. L. 915mm.

Realised: $200

0161

CASED CHILDS VIOLIN

Realised: $190

0047

SHIMANO GEAR, HARO "FLIGHTLINE" MOUNTAIN BIKE

Realised: $160

0057

CANTEEN CUTLERY - CASEIN HANDLES-INCL.FISH SET

Realised: $155

0012

5 CRYSTAL CHAMPAGNES & CRYSTAL ICE BUCKET

Realised: $150

0431

A Georgian mahogany tilt-top wine table
raised on turned column and tripod base with pad feet. W.670 x H.730mm.

Realised: $140

0151

RD DINNER SERVICE OLD COLONY PATTERN

Realised: $130

0159

B/W BOWL

Realised: $130

0055

An oak cased mantel clock
the arched case set with an enamel faced timepiece with visible pendulum. H.270mm.

Realised: $120