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Auction House:
E. J. Ainger Pty. Ltd.
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:7
Prices available:16
Category:
Unclassified
LotDescriptionPriceImage
*** A large 'Famille Rose' cylindrical vase, 19th century. Finely painted with birds amongst flowering peony and rockwork. Height 47 cm. Provenance: Purchased John W. Kenny Estate Collection, Sotheby's May 2004 *** N/A
*** A fine Regency style mahogany twin pedestal dining table.… *** N/A
*** A superb bronze statue of a naturalistic stallion. 226 cm high x 250 cm long ***
*** A large George III mahogany secretaire bookcase circa 1790. With a shaped pediment, above a pair of glazed doors with rectangular arched astragals.… *** N/A
*** A crystal ballroom chandelier, with a lobed stem emanating twenty four scrolling patera decorated branches faceted tear shaped prisms. Provenance purchased Sydney bring an original fitting in North shore mansion. 140 cm high ***
*** A George III Chippendale china cabinet circa 1770. With a swan neck pediment pierced with Chinese decoration, four astragal glazed doors, the lower section having graduated drawers flanked by panelled doors, supported on plinth.… *** N/A
*** A sculptured marble light group of two maidens supporting a central bowl and cover. Signed Professor G. Gomhong. Height 104cm *** N/A
*** A world class mid-Victorian figured walnut five leaf extension dining room table supported on bell flower decorated legs. 77 cm high, 418 cm long (four leaves), 150 cm wide ***
*** A pair of early Victorian Minton vases and covers, the covers surmounted with floral decorated cupid finials. The vases each of Dresden shape, with cylindrical flared form, set on a rococo moulded base. Painted with a chrome-green cartouche of a Watteau scene and Smiths flowers on reverse, with gilt highlights. Model number: 219, circa 1840. 44 cm high. Provenance: Purchased from Max Carey in the early 1980's. Reference: illustrated in Minton pottery and porcelain of the first period, 1793-1850.… ***
*** A Persian patterned red design rug. 493 cm x 300 cm ***
*** A fine set of twelve Victorian mahogany dining chairs each with a padded back surmounted by a carved cresting rail with a shaped front on cabriole supports *** N/A
*** A superb English late 19th century Sheraton revival mahogany breakfront bookcase with a moulded pediment below four astragal glazed doors flanked by canted corners, the lower section with satinwood banding and stringing supported on a plinth *** N/A
*** A 17th century Italian secretaire with fall front enclosing drawers on bulbous turned legs, with x stretchers and original iron hardware. Provenance: purchased from John Dunn antiques in 1969, originally belonging to an Italian diplomat. 93 cm high, 140 cm wide, 76 cm deep when open. ***
*** A Georg Jensen acorn pattern canteen of cutlery. Twelve place settings, comprising of dessert spoons, dinner knives and entree knives, dinner forks and entree forks, eleven tea spoons, together with salts and pepperettes *** N/A
*** A Royal Worcester reticulated vase by George Owen, 1924. Incised G. Owen to the base. 11 cm high. ***
*** An Exhibition quality late 18th century French Louis XV Vernis Martin painted bracket clock on original bracket, maker Toussaint Paris (1743-1804).… *** N/A