An ornate Chinese blackwood carved display cabinet
of multiple shelves in an asymmetrical configuration, along with a small single doored cabinet above a single drawer. The pediment, fascias, galleries and side panels all intricately pierced and carved with beasts and birds amongst flowering blossom boughs. 1150 x 390 x 1920.
A quality modern solid rosewood banquet dining table and eight chairs
the rectangular table with two narrow brass inlaid strips, raised on four scalloped square section legs, the 2400 x 1050 x 755. The chairs with rosewood frames and upholstered in oatmeal fine suede, buttoned back, labelled Lorenz & Z Furniture. New replacement cost $26,000.
A Reuben Watts silver and enamel pendant
in the New Zealand Arts & Crafts manner, of open sinuous tendrils encircling an oval panel worked with a Viking ship in green, ochre and blue enamels. Suspended from a double chain from a hanging bale, a small baroque pearl suspended beneath.
A good 19thC lady's estate 18ct. rose gold and three diamond gypsy style ring
the three old mine cut diamonds recessed to the heavy wide and plain tapered shank, the 0.80ct. diamond framed by two at 0.42ct. ea. Hallmarked Chester 1890. Valuation available stating colour as J and clarity of VS1.
An egg yolk yellow Peking glass bowl
with original old carved rosewood stand, comes with 1957 purchase receipt. Diameter 250.
A large kauri gum boulder
in golden honey and butterscotch tones, one side polished and the other in the rough natural state. Width 400. Weight 9.6kgs.
A Moorcroft McIntyre large 'Pansy' double-handled vase
back stamp and signature to base, c.1911. Height 200.
A lady's modern emerald and diamond cluster ring
18ct. yellow gold and platinum, the central oval shaped mixed cut emerald of 'very good' overall grade and 'light natural inclusions' of 1.40ct. framed by 12 round modern brilliant cut diamonds of TDW 0.55, basket base to the mount. Valuation available.
A Tudric pewter and enamel clock designed by Archibald Knox (British 1864-1933)
produced for Liberty & Co., pod and tendril design in relief, the copper dial with enamelled Roman numerals and centre, two circular enamelled plaques towards the base, likely presentation engraved 'To Arthur Marshall Esq. from The Otago University Students' Association Capping 1924', strut back, stamped maker's marks including model # 0370 and retailer 'Dawsons Limited Dunedin N.Z.'. Working. Small enamel loss to dial. Height 207.
An old impressive Chinese double gourd form vase
incised and glazed decoration of chrysanthemum flowers, clouds and scrolling tendrils in yellow on a red ground. Ming six- character mark in double circle to base and old paper label for Paris auctioneers 'MICHEL DUCHANGE-GARMIGNY'. Height 287.
A lady's modern 18ct. white gold rubellite and diamond dress ring
the striking cushion cut rubellite of 3.22ct. framed by 12 brilliant cut diamonds with TDW of 1.60ct., basket mount, forked shoulders. Valuation available.
A 19thC Anglo-Indian Vizagapatam horn box
sarcophagus form with fluted walls and lid, raised on conforming squat bun feet, the interior with lift-out fitted tray, ivory decoration, small compartment to the lid. 305 x 225 x 180.
John Emms (UK 1843-1912) R.I.
Study of a Manchester Terrier dog and bitch, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1879. 490 x 750.
'Oscar' cast bronze seated dog, green patina, 85 x 195 x 215. Raised on a black rectangular polished granite base.
A good quality 19thC French walnut commode
with variegated grey marble top, a slender bombe full width frieze drawer above three same sized drawers with ornate double swan handles and a slender plinth drawer in base. 1300 x 590 x 1000. With key.
A large Japanese silver bowl
Meiji period, double walled, decorated in high relief with chrysanthemum, bamboo and irises, squat circular shape raised on a plain foot ring, double character mark under the base. 1100gms. Some faults. Diameter 255.
William James Reed
'The Shore in Moonlight', oil on board, signed, c.1950. Provenance: John Leech Gallery, 15 June 1993, purchase receipt available. 590 x 460.
Colin V. Wheeler (1919-2012)
'South Canterbury Pastoral', oil on canvas board, signed and dated '62, entitled on artist's studio label verso. 330 x 430.
An estate 18ct white gold and diamond solitaire ring
the 1.2ct Old European cut diamond claw set in a decoratively pierced mount, colour J-K, clarity VS, valuation available.
Eight good quality Louis XVI-style rosewood dining chairs
with well carved decoration of fruit, flowers, scrolls and leaves, turned and fluted front legs, shaped fronts and quality brocade fabric covers.