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Auction House:McKenzies AuctioneersNumber of lots recorded:134
Sale Title:Artworks, Decorative Arts, Furniture, Horology & JewelleryLots with images:75
Auction Location:PerthPrices available:91
LotDescription Price Image
*** A William Moorcroft Vase. Eventide Pattern c.1929. Height 18 cm *** N/A
*** A William Moorcroft Vase. Moonlit Blue Pattern c.1925. Height 22 cm *** N/A
*** A Doulton, Art Studio Vase c.1902. Decorated by Minnie Webb. Height 29 cm ***
*** A Victorian Blue Opalescent Glass Pulpit Vase. Height 18.5 cm ***
*** John Olsen. A Set of 6 Glazed Ceramic Goblets. The goblets each initialled by the artist, and. potters impressed stamp to base. Provenance: Chapman Powell Gallery Melbourne 1972. Private Collection Melbourne. Private Collection Perth.… *** N/A
*** A Late Victorian Amber Vase. With blue glass teardrops and flowing water motifs. from the rim. Having gilded bands & white enamelling. (Slight A/F) Height 30.5 cm ***
*** A Victorian burr walnut tea caddy, inlaid with mixed woods, with domed lid and two lidded compartments ***
*** A Late Victorian Glass Vase, with enamelled vertical flower patterns within blue. bands with gilded ladder patterns between. Height 27 cm *** N/A
*** A 19th Century Japanese Imari Vase. Height 25 cm ***
*** A Lalique 'Ondes' (Waves) Pattern Opalescent Platter. c.1930. Signed. Diameter 28 cm *** N/A
*** A WMF Art Nouveau centre bowl, German c.1900, early WMF mark on base. Diameter 20 cm ***
*** A green glass vase, with silver overlay, in the style of Alvin & Co, London. Height 30 cm. Has a vacant cartouche ***
*** A William Moorcroft wisteria pattern, lidded biscuit. Barrel. Height 12 cm ***
*** A Minton Majolica parrot ***
*** A cameo glass vase, by Emile Galle, signed. Height 21 cm ***
*** A fine two-handled Sterling Silver Bowl. By the important maker, Robert Garrard I, dated 1811, London hallmarks, unrubbed and clear. Gilt interior. Armorial animals head to one cartouche, the other vacant. Rim diameter 11 cm; Weight 269 gms ***
*** A Fine Sterling Silver Goblet by Hands & Son, London. Dated 1859. Gilt interior. Height 17 cm, Weight 205 gms ***
*** An oak cased mantle clock. By Ansonia, U.S.A. 8 day movement ***
*** A German-made Wall Clock c1880. Having a walnut case, 8 day movement and enamel. dial. Strikes the gong *** N/A
*** A German-made mantle clock, having an oak case, 8 day movement and a brass. Dial with silvered chapter ring. Strikes the gong ***