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Auction House:W. T. MacalisterNumber of lots recorded:52
Sale Title:Sir Ronald and Lady Scott Collection (Decorative Arts only)Lots with images:12
Auction Location:ChristchurchPrices available:24
LotDescription Price Image
*** Len Castle, bowl 28 cm *** N/A
*** Paul Fisher, Canterbury grey rock ovoid floor vase 33 x 41 cm ***
*** Doreen Blumhardt, square bowl 42 x 42 cm ***
*** Steve Fulmer, floor terracotta pot 35 x 40 cm ***
*** Graeme Storm, lidded pot ***
*** 19th century Chinese blue and white calligraphers water dropper of provincial design, circa 1850 ***
*** Pair of late 19th century French prickett sticks, circa 1880 ***
*** Malachite glass figure of a seated buddha *** N/A
*** New Zealand Shipping pill box *** N/A
*** Chinese cloisonne blue vase *** N/A
*** Murano glass banana bowl decorated with cream square *** N/A
*** Antique Portuguese figure *** N/A
*** Chinese cloisonne black charger *** N/A
*** Horn lidded container decorated with carvings in low relief *** N/A
*** Silver 6 place flatware set comprising entree and dinner forks, dessert spoons and soup spoons, soup ladle, cake knives andforks, fish knives and forks, sauce ladles, teaspoons. In all a total of 67 pieces *** N/A
*** Pair of sterling silver and jade knife rests by Walter Slaney, Queen Street Auckland, circa 1900-1920 ***
*** Pair of George 111 sterling silver ladles, maker John Lampfert. London 1767 *** N/A
*** Early 20 the century Art Nouveay silver plated tray by Royal Zinn, Germany *** N/A
*** 18th century George III sterling silver mustard pot with original colbalt blue liner by William Southey of London, date mark 1794. The lid with etched border and centred crest of an arm clad in armour grasping a three cross-crosslet fitchee ***
*** Sterling silver oliver spoon/ pick with vermeil bowl. Bright cut and star pierced. Marked 'Sterling', early 20th century *** N/A