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Auction House:
McKenzies Auctioneers
Number of lots recorded:16
Lots with images:16
Prices available:16
*** James Walter Robert Linton 1869-1947 copper and brass Arts & Crafts movement, style box, with wooden lining, having a hinged lid with catch and a square enamelled flower motif on lid Catch inscribed with initials, 'R.T.' and dated 1-4-1931 11 cm x 8.5 cm x 5 cm ***
*** A copper ships kettle 19th century, purchased approximately 40 years ago. With note inside which read:- ' ----- ex vessel blue Nose - Captain Hugh McKenzie 1800-1854 Publican-Trader & Whaler who settled in Albany. Also see Ship Inn.' ***
*** Three Linton Arts & Crafts style dishes. Hammered copper with silver and brass mounts depicting fish and gumnuts motifs one dish signed JAL with gumnut stamp. Diameters 10.8 cm & 13.8 cm ***
*** WMF Art Nouveau figural tray early 20th century, silvered metal depicting nude maiden and serpent. Length 21.5 cm ***
*** An Arts & Crafts brass rim and copper beaten bowl by Gordon Holdsworth, Bridgetown, early 20th century on four domed feet height 9.2 cm. Diameter 18 cm ***
*** A Georgian copper tea urn, with brass and ivory mounted tap ***
*** Pair WMF Art Nouveau maiden wall plates early 20th century, silvered metal diameter: 23 cm ***
*** WMF cornucopia figural cupid vase, c.1910, silvered metal, depicting cupid riding a cornucopia cart with wheels. Height 24 cm ***
*** A WMF electroplated nickel silver serving tray, c.1915, decorated with a transfer Ware printed, blue and white Dutch canal and windmill scene, upon a glazed ceramic plaque, with metal mount, 28.5 x 44.5 cm (plaque size) ***
*** A Georgian copper chocolate pot. Height 22 cm ***
*** Two Metal platters i) Harp Player Impressed, signature lower left, circular, diameter 23 cm ii) Amazonian Women stag Hunting on four bun feet, also can be hung, Art Nouveau in style, marked on handle WMF ***
*** From the Estate of Cyril Lander two hammered Arts & Crafts style copper wall plates attributed to Cyril Lander diameter 24 cm & 25.4 cm ***
*** Art Nouveau figural maiden tray c. 1910, cast pewter possibly German, faint makers mark. Height 10 cm. Length 14.5 cm ***
*** A George V copper 1 Gallon jug, with Hamer & Co Perth retailers label, c.1910-1936, with brass plaque, 'Hamer & Co. Perth, Agents For Lawden & Poole Makers Birmingham England'. Height 31 cm. Note: : Hamer & Co. Perth, agents for domestic metal wares, Western Australia from circa 1898. Reference: Trove: 'The West Australian 5th January 1898' ***
*** An Arts & Crafts style copper casket, c.1930's attributed to William Andrews active Perth 1919 - 1932 manufactured with rivet construction and decorated with floral repousse work and with 'W' inside a shield on the lid, with interior cedar lining. Height 11 cm. Length 24.5 cm. Width 15.5 cm. William Andrews trained Perth Technical school 1918, worked with JWR Linton until 1921 ***
*** A rare brass Fireman's trumpet 19th century engraved Hugh McKenzie length 47.5 cm. Capt. Hugh McKenzie (1767 and 1874) master of the blue Nose Albany 1800-1854, Publican-Trader and Whaler who migrated from new Brunswick USA note McKenzie's Auctioneers previously sold the ship's kettle belonging to Capt. Hugh McKenzie 23rd Sep 2009, (lot 276), the estate of Capt. Hugh McKenzie was sold by Jonathon Snowball's Auctions Albany approximately 40 years ago. ***