GA028 - The Harry Oviss Collection

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Harry Oviss was a successful clothing and fashion magnate, later turning his business interests to property and development. Over time, his interests in building and architecture spilled into a passion for the arts, culminating with his enthusiasm for collecting.

Art slowly became a lifetime hobby that knew no bounds and which he enjoyed immensely, especially when it came to contemporary art. He immersed himself in that world, becoming a regular visitor to galleries and auction houses, befriending people in the art world - artists, gallerists and other avid collectors.

His unique eclectic tastes translated into an extensive range of modern and contemporary artwork including Roger Kemp, Donald Friend and Leonard French; Australian ceramics and art glass including works by David, Merric and Guy Boyd, Reg Preston, Vic Greenaway and Deborah Halpern; mid-century Danish designer furniture including Hans Wegner; and a collection of modernist jewellery.

The Harry Oviss

Collection

Melbourne, 3–5 October 2021


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FRONT COVER:

Lot 146 (Detail)

BACK COVER:

Lot 427

The Harry Oviss

Collection

Part I & II: Live Auction

Part I Sunday 3 October 2021, 11am (Lots 1–422)

Part II Monday 4 October 2021, 11am (Lots 423–739)

Level 1, 885-889 High Street, Armadale, Victoria 3143

Part III: Online

Tuesday 5 October 2021, closing from 10am (Lots 740–1226)

Viewing (If permitted under Government restrictions)

Thursday 30 September

Friday 1 October

Saturday 2 October

10.00am – 5.00pm

10.00am – 5.00pm

10.00am – 5.00pm

Auction Codes: Part I & II: GA028 | Part III: GO016

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The Harry Oviss Collection

Harry Oviss was born on 26th of March

1923 in Jaffa, Palestine, where his family

had moved from Poland seeking better work

prospects and opportunities. At 11 months

old, he and his family migrated to Australia

in 1924. Harry’s parents, like many others,

took the risk of uprooting their family in

hopes of a better life in Australia where they

established a successful coat business.

The Great Depression during the 1930s

was a time that immensely shaped Harry,

instilling him with an insatiable goal to

become a successful businessman. From

a very young age, around 14 years old, he

had an unshakeable ambition and a clear

vision of what he wanted to achieve in life,

and then proceeded to spend the next 84

years creating his own future and making his

vision a reality.

His childhood aspirations certainly

materialised with Harry becoming a

successful clothing and fashion magnate

with his exclusive knitwear shop in the

Block Arcade, Collins Street, being one

of the youngest people to lease a shop in

the CBD at the time. While he possessed

a natural talent in the clothing and textiles

industry, his true passion was property

and he would ultimately turn his business

ventures to property and development.

From his humble, uncertain childhood,

Harry cemented himself in Australia as a

self-made man. Over time, his interests

in building and architecture spilled into a

passion for the arts, culminating with his

enthusiasm for collecting.

Art slowly became a lifetime hobby that

knew no bounds and which he enjoyed

immensely, especially when it came to

contemporary art. He immersed himself

in that world, becoming a regular visitor to

galleries and auction houses, befriending

people in the art world – artists, gallerists

and other avid collectors.

Harry’s unique and eclectic tastes ultimately

translated into an extensive collection of

modern and contemporary artwork including

works by Roger Kemp, Donald Friend,

Leonard French and Robert Dickerson.

Australian ceramics and art glass make up

a significant proportion of the collection

and include works by Arthur, David, Merric,

Lucy and Guy Boyd, Reg Preston, Shigeo

Shiga, Vic Greenaway and Deborah Halpern.

Mid-century Danish designer furniture

is represented with some iconic pieces

by Hans Wegner. Last but not least is the

fabulous collection of modernist designer

jewellery by the likes of Gary Bradley and

Matcham Skipper.

Gibson’s are delighted to have been

entrusted with the sale of the Harry Oviss

Collection and it is with great pleasure that

we offer it to the market knowing that these

pieces will now move on to a whole new

generation of collectors.


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Part I

Sunday 3 October 2021, 10am

Lots 1–422

1

A GOLD RETRO BRACELET

Articulated geometrical links; 14ct

gold. Signed FBD, possibly American.

Weight 65.1g.

$2,500–3,500

1

2

A DIAMOND BANGLE

Of an abstract ribbon design, pave set

diamonds; 14ct gold. Weight 33.3g.

$1,200–1,500

2


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3

A GENTS GOLD LINK NECK CHAIN

Heavy curb link chain; 18ct gold.

Weight 199.6g.

Length 63cms.

$7,000–10,000

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8

4

4

AN ART NOUVEAU-STYLE RING

Featuring the face of a woman with

diamond set head-band and eyes,

round brilliant cut diamonds totalling

0.12cts; 14ct gold. Weight 44.9g.

$1,300–1,600

5

A HANDMADE MID-CENTURY

STERLING SILVER PENDANT

Mid-century modern freeform design,

on a European Silver necklace.

Total weight 65.6g.

$300–500

6

A FREEFORM SILVER PENDANT ON

COLLAR

Featuring an abstract textured silver

pendant on solid bar drop, on an

integral silver collar.

Pendant weight 37g

$200–300

7

A BLISTER PEARL PENDANT

ON NECKLACE

Featuring a large blister pearl set

within a freeform mount on a silver

chain, signed Jen; sterling silver.

Weight 94.8g.

$400–600

8

A CULTURED PEARL PENDANT

BY GARY BRADLEY

Of textured, circular design with a

cultured pearl mounted to the lower

side of the pendant, on an integral

chain, signed GB; sterling silver.

Weight 50.5g.

$500–700

9

A ROSE GOLD FOB CHAIN

With t-bar drop; 9ct gold.

Weight 37.1g.

$750–950

10

A ROSE GOLD FOB CHAIN

Square elongated panels; 9ct gold.

Weight 42.6g.

$800–900

11

A CULTURED FRESHWATER PEARL

NECKLACE

Baroque pearl strand fastening to

a 14ct white gold clasp set with

Australian sapphires.

$300–400


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12

12

A DIAMOND COLLAR NECKLACE

Featuring a braided satin finish

necklace set with

graduated diamonds totalling

approximately 2.50cts: stamped CB

18ct gold. Weight 70.5g.

$5,000–7,000


10

13

A PAVE DIAMOND DRESS RING

Styled as a textured dome set with

diamonds, bark finish; 14ct gold.

Ring size J. Weight 19.7g

$1,000–1,500

14

A DIAMOND BROOCH BY GARY

BRADLEY

Featuring a freeform, textured gold

plaque, set with a single round

brilliant cut diamond totalling 0.20cts;

18ct gold. Weight 26.4g.

$1,400–1,600

15

A LARGE AMBER PENDANT

Set within an Arts and Crafts-style

mount on a silver chain, pendant

hallmarked; sterling silver.

$300–500

16

A GOLD FULL HUNTER POCKET

WATCH BY WALTHAM

Antique 14ct rose gold gentlemens

pocket watch, engraved detail, vacant

cartouche to verso.

Weight 142.1g. On a 9ct gold curb link

chain, weight 8g.

$2,000–3,000

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17

A HANDMADE GOLD NECKLACE

Of textured lozenge design;

testing as 18ct gold.

Weight 113.6g.

$5,000–7,000

18

AN EGYPTIAN REVIVAL-STYLE GOLD

LIONS HEAD RING

Set with cabochon cut turquoise and

malachites; 14ct gold.

Ring size M. Weight 23.4g.

$800–1,200


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19

A CULTURED PEARL AND GEMSTONE

COLLAR

Featuring a triple strand of cultured

9mm Akoya pearls

strung to a substantial textured gold

clasp featuring stacked gold discs,

surmounted by a Brazilian amethyst

of approx. 29.8cts, surrounded by a

border of round brilliant cut diamonds

totalling approx. 2.50cts; 18ct gold,

hallmarked maker Alan Shaw.

Pendant weight approx. 79.9g.

$5,000–7,000


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20

A VINTAGE LADY’S OMEGA SAPPHIRE

AND DIAMOND COCKTAIL WATCH

Designed as a tapered hinged bangle,

diamond set bezel, bullet markers, set

with sapphires and baguette and round

brilliant cut diamonds, tapered angular

design, diamonds totalling 1.10cts,

sapphires totalling 1.40cts ;18ct white

gold. Total weight 94.5g.

$5,000–7,000

21

A VINTAGE DIAMOND NECKLACE

Textured necklace, set with a

round brilliant cut diamond cluster

totalling approx. 0.60cts; 18ct gold.

Weight 14.1g.

$600–800

22

A MID CENTURY DESIGN

GEMSTONE SET RING

Of geometric design set with emeralds

and rubies; 18ct yellow and white gold.

Ring size M. Weight 13.1g.

$500–700

23

A CITRINE RING BY GARY BRADLEY

Textured gold-work with bark finish,

set with a square faceted citrine of

approximately 5.80cts; 18ct gold.

Weight 17.9g. Ring size O.

$800–1,000

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24

A DIAMOND STICK PIN

Featuring a single old European cut

diamond totalling approx. 0.85cts.

$1,000–1,500

25

A GOLD SPIDERS WEB PENDANT

ON CHAIN

Set with diamond highlights to the

web; 18ct gold. Weight 18.6g.

$700–900

26

A GOLD DRESS CHAIN

Textured fancy link chain; 14ct gold.

Weight 29.4g.

$800–900

27

AN ANTIQUE SILVER FOB CHAIN

With shield fob; sterling silver.

Weight 58g.

$100–200

28

A FREEFORM GOLD

AND DIAMOND RING

Honeycomb textured gold-work,

round brilliant cut diamonds totalling

approximately 1.25ct; 14ct gold.

Ring size T. Weight 10.6g.

$600–800

29

AN ABSTRACT DESIGNED PERIDOT

AND DIAMOND RING

Of geometric design, marquise cut

peridot, round brilliant cut diamonds

within rope borders totalling

approximately 0.50cts; 14ct rose gold.

Weight 8.8g. Ring size L.

$400–600

30

A FRESHWATER PEARL AND

DIAMOND BROOCH

Organic floral design, set with baroque

shaped pearls and a single round

brilliant cut diamond of 0.12cts; 14ct

gold. Weight 25.5g.

$600–800

31

A FREEFORM DIAMOND AND

COLOURED STONE RING

Set within a freeform textured mount,

with a single round brilliant cut

diamond totalling 0.40cts, cabochon

cut coloured stones; 18ct gold.

Weight 10.8g.

$500–700

32

A MYTHICAL GOLD RING

Featuring a mythical creature, ruby

stone; 9ct gold. Ring size W.

Weight 22.7g.

$400–600

33

A LAPIS LAZULI RING

Set within a foliate mount; testing as

18ct gold. Ring size N. Weight 15.1g.

$500–700

34

A QUARTZ GEODE RING

BY GARY BRADLEY

Featuring a geode in a raised textured

mount; 18ct gold, stamped GB.

Ring size K. Weight 12.6g.

$500–700

35

A WIDE DIAMOND BAND RING

Pierced, freeform design, round

brilliant cut diamond highlights;

testing as 18ct gold.

Ring size K. Weight 9.7g.

$500–700

36

A BLISTER PEARL

AND DIAMOND RING

Freeform cage, two blister pearls with

diamond highlights; testing as 14ct

gold. Ring size P. Weight 16.4g.

$400–600

37

A FREEFORM TOURMALINE RING

Textured mount, freeform design,

cabochon cut tourmaline ; testing as

14ct gold. Ring size H. Weight 15.4g.

$500–700

38

A FRESHWATER PEARL RING

Set as an organic floral design; 9ct

gold. Ring size L. Weight 13g.

$300–500


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39

A TEXTURED GOLD COLLAR

Tapered form; stamped 18ct gold.

Weight 75.1g.

$4,000–6,000

40

A GOLD GRIM-REAPER RING

Garnet set eyes and diamond

highlights; 9ct gold. Ring size Z.

Weight 38.5g.

$700–900

41

A RETRO DIAMOND RING

Of geometric design, round brilliant

cut diamond highlights; 18ct gold.

Ring size N. Weight 8.1g.

$400–600

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42

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND DRESS

RING BY ALAN SHAW

Honeycomb style mount, set with a

faceted sapphire and round brilliant cut

diamond; 18ct gold, signed AS.

Ring size N. Weight 16g.

$800–1,200

43

A GOLD PIERCED BAND RING

Open design; 9ct gold. Ring size N.

Weight 8.1g.

$200–300

44

A GREEN GEODE GENTS RING

Textured bark finish containing quartz

geode; 18ct gold. Ring size O.

Weight 26.7g.

$800–1,200

45

A GOLD BOMBE RING

Patterned design to dome; 18ct gold.

Fully hallmarked H.B. London, 1970.

Weight 12.6g. Ring size N.

$500–700

46

A GOLD BAND BY GARY BRADLEY

Open pierced design; 18ct gold.

Signed GB. Ring size L. Weight 7.9g.

$400–600

47

A TURQUOISE DRESS RING

Brushed gold finish, cabochon cut

turquoise; 18ct gold. Italian marks.

Ring size L. Weight 8.6g.

$350–450

48

A DIAMOND DRESS RING

Bark finish to the shoulders, set with

round brilliant cut diamonds totalling

0.50cts; 18ct gold. Ring size R.

Weight 5.8g

$400–600

49

A GOLD HANDMADE RING

Featuring mythical sea creatures with

stone set eyes; 18ct gold, hallmarked.

Ring size P. Weight 21.1g.

$700–1,000

50

A GENTS BAND RING BY GARY

BRADLEY

Embossed design; 11.8mm diameter;

18ct gold. Signed GB. Ring size P.

Weight 17g.

$800–1,000

51

A GEM SET RING

Freeform mount set with coloured

stones; 14ct gold, stamped SECO.

Ring size M. Weight 7.6g.

$300–500

52

A GEODE RING BY GARY BRADLEY

Set with a green geode in a textured

gold mount, stamped GB; 18ct gold.

Ring size O. Weight 16.5g.

$800–1,200

53

A SAPPHIRE RING BY ALAN SHAW

Set with an oval faceted sapphire

within a textured, geometrical mount,

signed AS; 18ct gold. Ring size K.

Weight 18.6g.

$900–1,200

54

A MABE PEARL DRESS RING

Central pearl set within a double floral

border; 14ct gold, stamped AA.

Ring size N. Weight 10.9g.

$300–400

55

AN AMETHYST DRESS RING

Oval pierced panel set with amethysts;

9ct gold. Ring size O. Weight 6.1g.

$180–240


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56

A GEOMETRICAL GOLD COLLAR

Of tapered design, articulated

rectangular sections; 18ct gold.

Weight 53.0g.

$2,500–3,500

57

TWO CULTURED PEARL RINGS

One of floral design, the other freeform

tree branches; 9ct and 14ct gold

respectively. Ring sizes L & M.

Total weight 13.7g.

$300–500


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58

A GOLD LADY’S LONGINES

COCKTAIL WATCH

Tapered gold watch band with

engraved brushed panels; 18ct gold.

Weight 53.5g

$2,000–3,000

59

A LADY’S DIAMOND COCKTAIL

WATCH BY BUCHERER

Vintage watch, square design,

diamond set case totalling 0.37cts,

gold mesh band; 18ct gold.

Weight 36.4g.

$1,400–1,600

60

A VINTAGE SMOKY QUARTZ BROOCH

Featuring a rectangular faceted smoky

quartz totalling approx. 18.50cts;

set within a beaten gold concave

plaque; 9ct rose gold. Fully hallmarked,

Birmingham. Weight 15g.

$400–600

61

A GARNET PENDANT

Bezel set garnet within a textured gold

abstract pendant, on a gold chain;

all 9ct gold.

Total weight 9.6g.

$250–350

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A VINTAGE GOLD GUBELIN GENTS

WATCH

Ipso Day model, date window at

3’oclock, automatic movement, gold

mesh watch band; all in 18ct gold.

Total weight 75.5g.

$3,000–5,000

63

A VINTAGE DIAMOND BRACELET

WATCH BY OMEGA

Open textured gold circles, tapered

design, hidden watch, set throughout

with round brilliant cut diamonds

totalling 0.70cts; 18ct gold.

Weight 73.9g.

$3,500–4,500

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A FANCY LINK DRESS CHAIN

Alternating elongated and round

curb links; 14ct gold. Weight 20.7g.

Length 46cms.

$600–800

65

A VICTORIAN GOLD FOB CHAIN

Engraved decorative links, T-bar

attachment; 9ct rose gold.

Weight 46.1g.

$1,000–1,500

66

A GOLD SIGNET PENDANT ON CHAIN

Libra pendant on fancy link chain; all

9ct gold. Total weight 6.8g.

$120–150

67

A TWISTED GOLD ROPE NECKLACE

Alternating yellow and white gold

ropes; 14ct gold. Weight 12.3g.

$400–600

68

A CULTURED PEARL AND DIAMOND

BROOCH

Styled as a bird perched on a

branch, body set with pearls, branch

terminating to two small diamonds;

14ct gold. Weight 8.3g.

$300–500

69

A GOLD CHAIN

Curb links; 18ct gold. Weight 10.7g.

Length 50cms.

$400–600

70

A BOULDER MATRIX OPAL PENDANT

Freeform opal set in 9ct rose gold,

on a base metal display chain.

Pendant weight 4.1g.

$150–200

71

A GEMSTONE ‘TUTTI FRUTTI’

SPRAY BROOCH

Set throughout with sapphires,

tourmaline, peridot, garnet, citrine,

iolite and aquamarine; 9ct rose gold.

Weight 16.3g.

$600–800

72

A LIGHT OPAL AND DIAMOND

PENDANT

Featuring a pear shaped polished opal

set with a light yellow round brilliant

cut diamond of approx. 0.45cts, on

a gold chain; set in 9ct rose gold.

Total weight 20.7g.

$800–1,200

73

A PAIR OF MABE PEARL EARRINGS

Clip-on backings (one broken); 9ct

gold. Total weight 13.7g.

$100–200

74

A TORTOISE SHELL AND DIAMOND

HAIR CLIP

Featuring a star burst feature with

diamond terminals; 9ct gold.

$500–700

75

A CARVED NEPHRITE PENDANT ON

CHAIN

Freeform carving; 18ct gold curb link

chain. Chain weight 19.7g.

$900–1,200

76

A VINTAGE GOLD LONGINES WATCH

Automatic movement; 18ct gold case,

Leather strap.

$600–800

77

A VINTAGE GOLD WATCH

Inner seconds dial, on a leather strap;

9ct rose gold. Weight 26.3g.

$150–250

78

A GOLD PIN SET WITH GEMSTONES

Freeform design set with green

chalcedony, synthetic colour-change

Alexandrite and a cultured pearl;

14ct gold. Weight 9.8g.

$300–500

79

A DIAMOND SET STICK PIN

Styled as a bamboo walking stick, set

with a horseshoe of old cut diamonds;

15ct rose gold.

Weight 6.3g.

$200–300

80

AN ANTIQUE MOONFACE PIN SET

WITH DIAMONDS

Stick pin with a carved rock crystal

Moonface, stylised star burst

terminating to old cut diamonds;

18ct rose gold. Weight 1.2g.

$400–600


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A VINTAGE LADY’S DIAMOND

WRISTWATCH

Textured gold work, pierced design

set with an outer bordered of round

brilliant cut diamonds, totalling 0.60cts,

stamped Juvenia; 18ct white gold.

Weight 32.9g

$1,000–1,200

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82

A DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE AND RUBY

STARBURST BROOCH

Styled as a starburst ribbon, set with

round cut sapphires and rubies, round

brilliant cut diamonds totalling over

1.50cts; 18ct yellow and white gold.

Weight 17.3g.

$1,200–1,500

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A GENTS GOLD BRACELET

Textured and polished curb links; 9ct

gold. Weight 45.8g.

$1,000–2,000

84

AN ANTIQUE GOLD LADY’S

WRISTWATCH

Circular design, stamped Stewart

Dawson & Co Ltd; watch case testing

as 14ct rose gold.

$200–300

85

A DIAMOND RING AND BAND RING

Featuring a raised diamond cluster ring

accompanied by a shaped diamond

band set with round brilliant and

baguette cut diamonds; 18ct gold and

platinum. Ring sizes K & P respectively.

Total weight 12.6g.

$800–1,200

86

A FIRE AGATE AND LAPIS RING

Of freeform design; 14ct gold.

Ring size K. Weight 8.1g.

$280–320

87

AN OPAL MATRIX RING

Featuring two figures holding the opal;

9ct gold. Makers mark obscured.

Ring size N. Weight 5.3g.

$200–300

88

A DYED LAPIS LAZULI

AND DIAMOND RING

Featuring a colour enhanced oval

shaped lapis, set with baguette cut

shoulders; 14ct white gold.

Ring size L. Weight 7.4g.

$300–400

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89

A GENTS GOLD BRACELET

Elongated, rounded curb links; 18ct

gold. Weight 36.4g.

$1,400–1,600

90

A GENTS GOLD BRACELET

Heavy curb link chain; 18ct gold.

Weight 70.0g.

$2,800–3,200

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A SUBSTANTIAL AMETHYST RING BY

GARY BRADLEY

Open wire-work freeform design,

centrally set amethyst geode; 9ct

gold. Signed GB. Ring size Q. Comes in

vintage Gary Bradley pouch.

Weight 36.3g.

$1,000–1,500

92

A STAR RUBY RING BY GARY

BRADLEY

Featuring a heavily textured freeform

panel, star ruby cabochon; 18ct gold.

Signed GB. Ring size P. Weight 30.4g.

$1,500–1,700

93

A GENTS BAND RING

Open design, bark finish; 18ct gold,

stamped WD (possible William

Drummond). Weight 30.9g. Ring size Y.

$1,200–1,500

94

A STAR RUBY AND DIAMOND RING

Set within a substantial textured gold

mount, central star ruby; 18ct gold.

Ring size W. Weight 20.4g.

$1,000–2,000

95

A LIGHT OPAL RING BY GARY

BRADLEY

Oval cut opal set within a freeform

mount; 18ct gold. Signed GB.

Ring size O. Weight 19.2g.

$1,000–1,500

96

A GENTS SIGNET RING

Featuring the entwined figures of a

man and a woman, possibly Matcham

Skipper; 18ct gold.

Ring size U. Weight 24g.

$1,000–1,500

97

A SAPPHIRE AND DIAMOND

DRESS RING

Abstract, textured gold mount, set

with sapphires of approx 0.55cts

and round brilliant cut diamonds of

approx 0.30cts, bark finish; 18ct gold.

Ring size P. Weight 18.3g.

$900–1,200

98

A GROUP OF THREE GEM SET RINGS

Set with diamonds, garnet and

aquamarine; all in 18ct gold.

Ring sizes O (2) and K. Total weight 7g.

$500–700

99

A DIAMOND DRESS RING

Vintage design, set with diamonds

totalling 0.15cts; 14ct white gold.

Ring size O. Weight 4.6g.

$200–300

100

THREE GENTS GOLD RINGS

Two set with synthetic stones;

all in 9ct gold. Ring sizes O (x2) and Q.

Total weight 17.2g.

$300–400

101

A GENTS ONYX SIGNET RING

Oval onyx plaque; testing as 14ct rose

gold. Ring size U. Weight 12.7g.

$300–400

102

A GROUP OF THREE GENTS RINGS

One styled as a buckle with onyx and

white stones, one set with a synthetic

blue stone, the other a band ring; all in

18ct gold. Ring sizes Q (x2) and R.

Total weight 32g.

$1,000–1,500

103

TWO COLOURED STONE SET RINGS

Vintage settings with white stone

shoulders; 9ct gold. Ring sizes O & R.

Total weight 5.2g.

$120–180

104

AN ANTIQUE-STYLE PLAQUE RING

Pierced plaque set with vari-cut

diamonds totalling approximately

0.36cts; 18ct gold. Weight 4.4g.

Ring size M.

$600–800

105

A GOLD BAND RING

Wide band featuring figures climbing

across the ring; testing as 9ct gold.

Signed RF. Ring size N. Weight 7.5g.

$200–300

106

AN OPAL AND DIAMOND RING

Featuring a centrally set light opal

within a circular plaque, single round

brilliant cut diamond totalling approx.

0.35cts; 9ct rose gold. Ring size L.

Weight 5.9g.

$400–600

107

A DIAMOND COCKTAIL RING

Featuring single cut diamonds and

baguette cut diamonds in a floral spray

totalling approximately 0.50cts; testing

as 9ct white gold. Ring size L.

$300–500

108

A TIGERS-EYE AND DIAMOND SPIDER

RING

Body of the spider set with a single

cushion diamond of approx. 0.40cts

and a cabochon cut tigers-eye; 9ct

rose gold. Ring size P. Weight 9.8g.

$500–700


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109

A SUBSTANTIAL AUSTRALIAN SILVER

PENDANT

Featuring an Arts and Crafts-style flora

and fauna

Design centred around a kangaroo, on

a silver collar; Sterling silver, makers

mark RN. Pendant weight 52.8g.

$1,000–2,000

110

A GROUP OF ASSORTED JEWELLERY

ITEMS

Including a bee brooch, Australian

gemset drop earrings,

Two rings, a tigers eye bead necklace

and a brooch by Tony Kean; most in

sterling silver.

$200–300

111

AN ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE AND

DIAMOND PIN

Styled as a horse shoe with alternating

sapphires and rose cut diamonds;

14ct rose gold.

Weight 3.9g.

$300–400

112

AN OPAL DRESS RING

Off-set design, bark finish to gold work;

18ct gold. Ring size O. Weight 12.1g.

Note: opal is crazed and cracked.

$400–600

113

A PERIDOT RING BY DIANNE BAPTY

Elongated, textured design, one stone

missing; 9ct gold. Ring size H.

Weight 12.6g.

$300–400

114

A PAIR OF GENTS CUFFLINKS BY

GARY BRADLEY

Styled as abstract geometric cubes;

sterling silver. Signed Gary Bradley.

In original box.

$300–600

115

A SUBSTANTIAL GILDED MODERNIST

COLLAR

Handmade collar with brutalist detail,

gilded detail.

$300–500

116

TWO METAL AND STONE SET

PENDANTS

Both mid-century modern design, one

set with a glass stone, the other with

semi-precious stones.

$180–260


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117

A SILVER FREEFORM BRACELET BY

DIANNE BAPTY

Articulated organic stick form.

Weight 108.1g.

$300–500

118

A HANDMADE AMEHTYST BANGLE

Of brutalist design, styled with figures

climbing over an amethyst geode,

hinged bangle, possibly Matcham

Skipper; silver.

$800–1,200

119

A SUBSTANTIAL SUITE OF

AMETHYST JEWELLERY

Comprising a ring, pendant on

chain and hinged bangle, all set with

amethyst geodes, organic handmade

form; sterling silver, signed ‘ross’.

$500–700

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120

A RETRO ROSE GOLD PANEL

BRACELET

Large alternating engraved panels;

14ct rose and orange blossom gold.

Weight 67.8g.

$2,000–3,000

121

A GEM SET COLLAR

Five tapered, engraved panels,

articulated design, set throughout

with various gemstones including

amethyst, topaz, sunstone, turquoise,

tigers eye, citrine and chalcedony;

testing as 14ct gold. Weight 73.3g

$1,800–2,400

122

A GROUP OF THREE GEM SET

BOMBE RINGS

All set throughout with various

gemstones including emeralds, coral,

lapis lazuli and cultured pearls; all in

14ct gold. Ring sizes L, M & Q.

Total weight 27.8g.

$1,200–1,500

123

TWO STONE SET COCKTAIL RINGS

One set with green chalcedony, the

other with a mabe pearl; 14ct and 18ct

gold respectively. Ring sizes J & L

respectively. Total weight 16.4g.

$200–300

124

A LIGHT OPAL RING

Set with figures embracing the opal;

9ct gold. Possibly Matcham Skipper.

Ring size N. Weight 11.2g.

$400–600

125

A SYNTHETIC COLOUR-CHANGE

SAPPHIRE RING

Set within a freeform gold mount,

diamond highlights; 18ct gold.

Ring size L. Weight 21.9g.

$700–1,000

126

A DIAMOND BOMBE RING

Beaded detail with a diamond set

dome totalling approximately 0.70cts;

testing as 18ct gold. Ring size K.

Weight 10g.

$600–800

127

AN ABSTRACT DIAMOND DRESS

RING

Abstract grid design featuring round

brilliant cut diamonds totalling approx.

0.50cts; Platinum and 18ct gold.

Ring size O. Weight 11.9g.

$600–800

128

A GOLD NUGGET

Freeform nugget, original paperwork.

Weight 5.27g.

$400–600

129

A GROUP OF 9CT GOLD JEWELLERY

To include earrings, lockets,

pendants, some stone set.

Total weight 7.0 grams.

$200–300

130

A HEAVY ORGANIC BANGLE BY

DIANNE BAPTI

Featuring pierced circular motifs,

freeform design; sterling silver.

$300–500


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A VICTORIAN GOLD FOB CHAIN

Engraved decorative links, T-bar

attachment; 9ct rose gold.

Weight 47.1g.

$1,000–1,500

132

TWO SILVER NECKLACES

One substantial collar set with stones,

the other of fob-style; stamped 925.

$200–300

133

A COLLECTION OF VINTAGE GOLD

STICK PINS

Of varying forms, some stone set; 9ct

gold. Total weight 35.6g.

$800–1,200

134

A GROUP OF FOUR DIAMOND SET

PINS

All set with diamonds totaling approx.

1.00ct.

$700–1,000

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135

A GOLD ‘STAR OF DAVID’ PENDANT

ON CHAIN

Featuring a handmade textured gold

cross on a fully Hallmarked chain:

both 14ct gold. Weight 30.9g.

$1,400–1,600

136

A GROUP OF STONE SET STICK PINS

Including opal, turquoise, peridot and

cameo pins; All in gold.

$800–1,200

137

A GROUP OF ANTIQUE STICK PINS

Set with coral, seed pearls and pearl;

All set in gold. Weight 28g.

$700–900

138

A GROUP OF GEMSTONE SET STICK

PINS

Including sapphire, amethyst,

garnet and moonstone; all in gold.

Weight 32.3g.

$800–1,200

139

A GROUP OF FOUR GOLD STICK PINS

Including gold-in-quartz, pyrite;

all in gold

Weight 20g.

$700–900

140

A GROUP OF THREE PINS

Two stick pins with nephrite and a

scarab, one diamond set tie pin; all in

gold. Total weight 13.1g.

$400–600

141

THREE CULTURED PEARL STRANDS

Two strands comprising dyed pearls,

one freshwater, the other rice pearls,

third strand natural rice pearls; all with

gold stone-set clasps.

$300–500

142

TWO CULTURED PEARL NECKLACES

One a double strand closing to a seed

pearl and opal doublet clasp, the

other a single strand closing to a ruby

set ball clasp; in 9ct and 14ct gold

respectively.

$400–600

143

A CULTURED FRESHWATER NECKLET

WITH DIAMOND SET CLASP

Featuring a pearl necklet with a

diamond set feature clasp totalling

approx. 1.00cts, central Akoya pearl of

9.3mm; 18ct gold.

$400–600


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144

ROGER KEMP (1908-1987)

Flower Piece circa 1974

oil on board

32.5 x 15.5cm

$2,200–3,000

145

ROGER KEMP (1908-1987)

The Blue Vase 1960

oil on board

signed, dated and inscribed lower left:

Roger Kemp 60 To Kath

32.5 x 15cm

$2,500–3,500


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146

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD BOYD (1920-1999)

Marine Forms

watercolour and collage

signed lower right: Arthur Boyd

57 x 78cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$3,000–5,000

147

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD BOYD (1920-1999)

Prometheus

ink and wash on paper

34 x 47cm

$1,000–1,500

148

MATTHEW PERCEVAL (BORN 1945)

Spring Morning, Bay of Port de Selva 1971

oil on canvas

signed and dated upper left and right:

Matthew Perceval 1971

34.5 x 44.5cm

$600–900

149

SIDNEY NOLAN (ATTRIBUTED)

Figurative Study

oil on board

25 x 26.5cm

$800–1,200


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150

KEVIN CONNOR (BORN 1932)

Haymarket - Face in a Moonlit Park 1963

oil on board

signed and dated lower right: Connor 63

titled verso: FACE IN A MOONLIT PARK

45 x 60cm

$500–900

151

KEVIN CONNOR (BORN 1932)

Man who Lives in the Cemetery 1961

oil on board

signed and dated lower right: Connor 61

titled verso: MAN WHO LIVES IN THE CEMETERY

52 x 40.5cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$600–900

152

ATHOL FARMER (BORN 1960)

Snakes and Turtles 1991

acrylic on canvas on board

signed and dated lower right: Athol Farmer 91

59 x 43.5cm

$200–400

153

ROBERT BOYNES (BORN 1942)

Archeology 1985

oil and pastel on paper

signed and dated lower right: Boynes 85

27.5 x 38.5cm

PROVENANCE

Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

$200–500


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KEVIN CONNOR (BORN 1932)

Portrait VII 1965

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Connor 65

60 x 60cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$800–1,500

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155

LOUIS JAMES (1920-1996)

Red Ikon 1963

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

LOUIS JAMES 63

signed and titled verso:

Louis James RED IKON

101 x 75cm

$1,500–2,500

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156

DOUGLAS WRIGHT (BORN 1944)

Pylon No. 1 1974

acrylic on canvas

signed and dated lower right: WRIGHT 74

titled and dated verso Pylon No. 1 NOV 1974

152.5 x 152cm

$2,000–4,000


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157

ROGER KEMP (1908-1987)

Poem in Space

acrylic on board

signed verso: Roger Kemp

78.5 x 114.5cm

PROVENANCE

Leonard Joel Auctions, Australian, New Zealand,

British and European Historical & Contemporary Paintings,

Melbourne, 12 June 1974, Lot 479

Christie’s, Australian Paintings, Melbourne, 1 March 1973,

Lot 296

$15,000–25,000


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158

DONALD FRIEND (1915-1989)

Moody and Sanky 1948

mixed media

signed and dated lower right:

Donald 48

38.5 x 33.5cm

$2,000–4,000

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159

LOUDON SAINTHILL

(1919-1969)

Design for the Red Light (Ballet)

gouache and watercolour

signed and titled lower right and left:

Sainthill Design for The Red Light

55 x 47cm

$1,000–1,800

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160

JAN SENBERGS (BORN 1939)

Structure with Head

oil on board

signed lower right: J Senbergs

inscribed with title verso: STRUCTURE WITH HEAD

76 x 71cm

$2,500–4,500


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161

NICOLE NEWMAN (BORN 1949)

Bather 1971

composite resin

signed and dated verso: NICOLE NEWMAN 71

37cm high, 54cm wide, 19.5cm deep (sculpture)

127cm high, 91.5cm wide, 18cm deep (overall sizing

including frame)

$400–600


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162

EDWIN TANNER (1920-1980)

Little Man 1962

oil on board with collage

signed and dated upper left: EDWIN TANNER 62

105 x 121cm

PROVENANCE

Leonard Joel, ‘Australian, New Zealand, British and

European Historical & Contemporary Paintings’, Melbourne,

6 November 1974, lot 420

$12,000–18,000


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163

GARETH SANSOM (BORN 1939)

Man Form I 1967

oil on board

diptych

signed, dated and titled verso:

GARETH SAMSON 1967 MAN FORM I

95.5 x 127cm (overall)

$2,500–3,500

164

GARETH SANSOM (BORN 1939)

Humpty Dumpty Dying 1963

mixed media

signed and dated lower right: Sansom 63

signed, dated and titled verso:

Gareth Sansom 63 Humpty Dumpty Dying

51.5 x 73.5cm

$600–1,000

165

GARETH SANSOM (BORN 1939)

Portrait 1982

oil on paper

40 x 30cm

$300–600

166

YOSL BERGNER (1920-2017)

Portrait Fanatic 1978

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left: Y Bergner 78

inscribed, dated and titled verso:

Yosl Bergner 1978 PORTRAIT

63.5 x 44.5cm

$3,000–5,000


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167

JOHN COBURN (1925-2006)

Crucifixion 1955

oil on board

signed and dated lower left: Coburn 55

32.5 x 46.5cm

$3,000–6,000


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168

LEONARD FRENCH (1928-2017)

Girl on Carousel 1950

enamel on board

signed and dated lower left: French 50

66.5 x 88.5cm

$6,000–9,000


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169

BERNARD HESLING (1905-1987)

Face 1971

vitreous enamel - platter

signed and dated lower right:

HESLING 71

65.5cm diameter

$800–1,500

170

BERNARD HESLING (1905-1987)

Horse of Another Colour

vitreous enamel

signed and titled: HESLING HORSE

OF ANOTHER COLOUR

36cm diameter

$500–800

171

VYTAS KAPOCIUNAS

(BORN 1943)

Party

oil on board

signed lower right: Vytas Kapociunas

60 x 42cm

$200–400

172

VYTAS KAPOCIUNAS

(BORN 1943)

Two for Dinner 1986

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

V Kapociunas 86

inscribed and titled verso:

V KAPOCIUNAS TWO FOR DINNER

152 x 121.5cm

$400–800

173

PETER ELLIS (BORN 1956)

Woman With Spiders 1986

mixed media on paper

signed, dated and titled lower right and

left: Ellis 1986 ‘woman with spiders’

122 x 80.5cm

$400–800

174

PETER ELLIS (BORN 1956)

Girl and Self Portrait 1980

mixed media

signed, dated and titled lower right and

centre: Ellis 80 Girl and Self Portrait

95 x 65cm

$200–400


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175

ANDY WARHOL (AMERICAN, 1930-1987)

Boxing Glove

painted boxing glove with black and silver ink

signed: Andy Warhol

housed in a perspex case

16.5cm high, 25.5cm wide, 18.5cm deep

PROVENANCE

Christie’s, Australian, International & Contemporary Art,

Melbourne, 22 August 2005, Lot 363

NOTE

This is the glove worn by Warhol for the sitting

of the Warhol Basquiat Joint Show Party poster

$3,000–5,000

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176

RICHARD HAVYATT (BORN 1945)

Abstract Landscape 1967

oil on canvas

diptych

signed and dated lower right: RS Havyatt 67

101 x 162.5cm

$500–1,000

177

RICHARD HAVYATT (BORN 1945)

Untitled 1978

watercolour and collage

signed and dated lower right: R J Havyatt 78

59 x 39.5cm

PROVENANCE

Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

$200–400

178

RICHARD HAVYATT (BORN 1945)

Untitled 1988

watercolour and ink

signed and dated lower right: R J Havyatt 88

38 x 58cm

$200–400

179

PETER ADSETT (BORN 1959)

​Deforestation 1989

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right: ADSETT 89

inscribed verso: ADSETT 89 DEFORESTATION

154 x 153cm

PROVENANCE

William Mora Galleries, Melbourne

$400–600


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180

JEFFREY MAKIN (BORN 1943)

Garden

oil on canvas

signed upper right: Makin

signed verso: Jeffrey Makin

166 x 166cm

EXHIBITED

Georges Invitation Prize for Painting 1974.

50 Years of the National Art School, Bonython Gallery, Sydney

$4,000–8,000

181

MARK SCHALLER (BORN 1962)

Still Life II 1991

oil on board

signed with initials and dated lower left: MS 91

58 x 43.5cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$200–500


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182

WILLIAM FRATER (1890-1974)

Landscape

oil on board

signed lower right: William Frater

60 x 79.5cm

$700–1,200

183

RODNEY MILGATE (1934-2015)

Valediction

oil on board

signed lower right: Milgate

inscribed verso:

RODNEY MILGATE VALEDICTION

121 x 90cm

EXHIBITED

The Australian Commonwealth

Government, Young Australian Painter

Exhibition for Japan, Tokyo and Kyoto,

April-May 1965, cat no.55 (label verso)

$600–900

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184

CLIFTON PUGH (1924-1990)

White and Pink Heath 1989

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right: Clifton 20.5.89

90 x 110cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$4,000–7,000

185

WILLIAM (BILL) FERGUSON (BORN 1932)

Ancestral Figure

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Ferguson

131.5 x 121.5cm

$600–1,000


52

186

186

NOEL COUNIHAN (1913-1986)

The Negro 1963

pastel and chalk

signed and dated lower right:

Counihan 63

47 x 73cm

$1,500–2,500

187

ALBERT TUCKER (1914-1999)

Nude 1955

charcoal

signed and dated lower right:

Tucker 55

37 x 23.5cm

$700–1,200

188

GUELDA PYKE (1905-1994)

Balinese Cock Fight

mixed mixed

signed lower right: Guelda Pyke

64 x 76.5cm

$200–400

187


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189

189

ROBERT DICKERSON

(1924-2015)

Pensive Young Girl

charcoal

signed lower right: Dickerson

73 x 52.5cm

$4,000–5,000

190

IAN DUNCAN (ACTIVE 1980s)

The Nightmare 1987

oil on canvas on board

signed, dated and titled verso:

Duncan 87/88 The Nightmare

121 x 208cm

$800–1,200

191

ALUN LEACH-JONES

(1937-2017)

Through the Mirror 1987

pastel and charcoal on paper

signed with initials lower left: AL

25.5 x 35cm

$200–500


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192

ANNE HALL (BORN 1945)

Ex Post Facto 1968

oil on canvas

signed and dated centre left:

Anne Hall 68

101.5 x 84cm

$600–900

193

ANNE HALL (BORN 1945)

Warrior (After Leonardo) 1967

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

Anne Hall 67

signed, dated and titled verso: Anne

Hall 1967 ‘Warrior’ (after Leonardo)

101.5 x 86.5cm

$500–700

192

194

ROBIN ANGWIN (1947-1976)

Grey Space 1970

mixed media

signed, dated and title verso:

R Angwin 1970 GREY SPACE

73 x 60cm

$200–500

195

IAN ARMSTRONG (1923-2005)

Musicians 1969

gouache and watercolour

signed and dated lower left:

Ian Armstrong 69

73.5 x 53cm

$200–400

196

DONALD LAYCOCK

(BORN 1931)

Abstract 1966

watercolour

signed and dated lower right:

LAYCOCK 66

28 x 37cm

$150–300

193


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197

ANNE HALL (BORN 1945)

Mirka Mora 1967

oil on canvas

signed and dated centre left:

Anne Hall 67

signed, dated and titled verso:

Anne Hall 1967 Mirka More

81 x 61cm

$800–1,200

198

ANDREW SIBLEY (1933-2015)

Man and Moon 1962

oil on board

signed and dated lower right: Sibley 62

75 x 60cm

$300–500

199

ANNE HALL (BORN 1945)

The Priest 1967

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Anne Hall 67

signed, dated and titled verso:

Anne Hall 67 The Priest

101 x 85.5cm

$500–800

197

200

ANDREW SIBLEY (1933-2015)

The Red Lounge 1970

oil on paper

signed and dated bottom right:

Sibley 70

55 x 75cm

$300–600

201

D. MITRIES

Abstract

mixed media

signed lower right: D Mitries

18 x 25.5cm

$250–450

198


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202

202

ERIC SMITH (1919-2017)

Spring Landscape 1962

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

ERIC SMITH 62

signed and inscribed verso:

Eric Smith Spring Landscape

29 x 36.5cm

$500–700

203

ERIC SMITH (1919-2017)

Owl 1955

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

ERIC SMITH 55

inscribed with title verso: OWL

35 x 24cm

$600–900

203


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204

204

ERIC SMITH (1919-2017)

Sydney Harbour 1960

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

ERIC SMITH 60

78.5 x 122cm

$1,500–2,500

205

ARCH CUTHBERTSON

(1924-2001)

Arch Genesis, The Second Day

1965

watercolour

signed and dated lower right:

Cuthbertson 65

56.5 x 45cm

$250–450

205


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206

DAVID BOYD (1924-2011)

High Priest and Guard Angel 1965

oil on canvas on board

signed and dated lower left:

David Boyd 1965

inscribed and titled verso: DAVID BOYD

HIGH PRIEST & GUARD ANGEL

35 x 25cm

PROVENANCE

The Johnstone Gallery, Brisbane

$1,000–1,500

207

DAVID BOYD (1924-2011)

The Emissary 1966

oil on canvas on board

signed and dated lower left:

David Boyd 66

21 x 36.5cm

$1,500–2,500

208

SHEPHERD

Workshop 1973

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Shepherd 73

122 x 121.5cm

$300–500

206

207


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209

209

GARETH SANSOM (BORN 1939)

Wandering Figure 1963

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

Sansom 63

inscribed verso: GARETH LAURENCE

SANSOM WANDERING FIGURE

115 x 114.5cm

$2,000–4,000

210

GARETH JONES-ROBERTS

(1935-2013)

Night Birds and Sleeping Figures

oil on board

signed lower right: G Jones Roberts

inscribed with title verso:

NIGHT BIRDS & SLEEPING FIGURES

76 x 91cm

$200–400

211

PASQUALE GIARDINO

(BORN 1961)

Nude 1999

gouache and watercolour

signed and dated lower right:

Pasquale Giardino 10/5/99

84.5 x 55cm

$200–500


60

212

213

212

CHARLES REDDINGTON (BORN 1929)

Great Pan

oil on canvas

signed lower left: C. Reddington

inscribed verso: Charles Reddington GREAT PAN

67.5 x 122cm

$400–600

213

C ROSE

Abstract

oil on board

signed with initials lower left: CR

61.5 x 91cm

$200–400


61

214 218

214

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

Japanese Folk Toy Theme 1965

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

R GRIEVE 65

titled verso:

JAPANESE FOLK TOY THEME

60 x 35cm

$600–900

215

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

Han (Seal)

mixed media

signed upper right: R GRIEVE

38 x 27cm

$500–800

216

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

The Seller

oil on board

signed lower left: R GRIEVE

19.5 x 14.5cm

$200–400

217

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

Yellow Improvisation

oil on board

signed upper right: Robert Grieve

32 x 22cm

$300–600

218

THOMAS (TOM) CLEGHORN

(BORN 1925)

Bushfire 1958

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Thomas Cleghorn 58

67.5 x 44cm

$1,000–1,500

219

JEAN BELLETTE (1908-1991)

Horse Rider

watercolour and ink

signed lower left: J Bellette

21.5 x 14cm

$200–400


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220

220

LOUIS KAHAN (1905-2002)

Hobart Harbour Scene 1961

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Louis Kahan 61

inscribed verso: FOR WYNNE PRIZE

Sold to ART GALLERY of NSW

59.5 x 89.5cm

$800–1,200

221

BERNARD HESLING (1905-1987)

Farm Boy

vitreous enamel

signed lower right: HESLING

63.5 x 34cm

$600–900

222

D KWIATKOWSKI

Night Man with Newspaper 1964

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

D.Kwiatkowski 64

121 x 90.5cm

$600–800

221


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223

SALVATORE ZOFREA

(BORN 1946)

Bush Landscape

oil and board

signed lower right: S ZOFREA

136 x 121cm

$1,000–1,500

224

BRIAN KEWLEY (BORN 1933)

St Kilda

oil on board

signed lower left: B. KEWLEY

70 x 104.5cm

$500–800

225

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Forgotten Landscape

oil on canvas

137.5 x 181cm

$600–800

226

M R THOMPSON

Green Interior 1974

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

MR Thompson 1974 Green Interior

152.5 x 153.5cm

$500–800

223

227

JOHN MONEY (BORN 1953)

Dancers 1976

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

JOHN MONEY 76

166.5 x 136cm

$400–600

228

JOHN MONEY (BORN 1953)

The Lost Cause 1978

pencil on paper

diptych

signed and dated upper right:

JOHN MONEY 1978

111 x 74cm

$200–400

224


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229

STANISLAUS RAPOTEC

(1913-1997)

Red Flowers Windy Day

oil on board

74.5 x 59cm

$600–900

230

FRANCIS LYMBURNER

(1916-1972)

The Lovers

oil on board

signed lower left: Lymburner

36.5 x 47cm

$400–600

231

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Black September The Weather

Man

oil on board

inscribed lower right and left: BLACK

SEPTEMBER THE WEATHER MAN

60 x 43cm

$200–400

229

232

HUGH (GIL) JAMIESON

(1934-1992)

The Bullfight

oil on paper

signed lower right: GIL JAMIESON

57 x 89cm

$200–400

233

IAN VAN WIERINGEN

Carnivale 1975

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Van Wieringen 75

176 x 128.5cm

$600–1,000

230


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234

235

234

KEVIN (PRO) HART (1928-2006)

Broken Hill Ant

silver medallion

incised lower and upper centre:

Pro Hart BROKEN HILL ANT

4.5 x 6cm

$300–500

235

KEVIN (PRO) HART (1928-2006)

Broken Hill Mine

silver medallion

incised upper left: Pro Hart

5.5 x 6cm

$300–500

236

THOMAS (TOM) CLEGHORN

(BORN 1925)

Icon No.2 1966-1967

bronze wall plaque

signed, dated and titled verso:

Cleghorn 1966-67 ICON No. 2

24 x 18.5cm

$300–600

236


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240

ARCH CUTHBERTSON

(1924-2001)

Saplings 1988

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Cuthbertson 88

29.5 x 34cm

$200–400

241

IAN PARRY (BORN 1947)

Coastal View

oil on board

signed lower right: Parry

32.5 x 34cm

$200–500

242

DOUGLAS STUBBS (1927-2008)

Bird Totem 1967

oil on board

signed and dated lower left:

STUBBS 67

71 x 53.5cm

$200–400

237

237

JOHN KRZYWOKULSKI

(BORN 1947)

To Facilitate a Known Strange

1972

acrylic and autolacquer

signed and dated verso:

John Krzywokulski 72

To Facilitate a Known Strange

137 x 114cm

PROVENANCE

Sweeney Reed Galleries, Melbourne

EXHIBITED

Corio 5 Prize 1972

$500–800

238

JOHN KRZYWOKULSKI

(BORN 1947)

Abstract 1968

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

John KRZYWOKULSKI 68

55 x 38cm

$200–400

239

HORACE BRODZKY (1885-1969)

Nude 1960

ink

signed and dated lower right:

HORACE BRODZKY 60

28 x 26.5cm

$300–500

243

LAURENCE PETERSON

(BORN 1946)

Abstract 1973

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

L PETERSON 73

168 x 121cm

$700–1,000

244

BEN LAYCOCK (1956)

Holiday in Cambodia 1983

oil on canvas

diptych

signed, dated and titled lower left:

Ben Laycock 1983 Holiday in

Cambodia

130.5 x 222cm (overall)

$400–800


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245

SILVIO APPONYI (BORN 1949)

Female Form

gilded bronze

31cm high

$1,000–2,000

246

ARTIST UNKNOWN

The Wrestlers

bronze

43cm high, 33cm wide, 21cm deep

$200–400

247

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Kneeling Figure

metal

31cm high, 22cm wide, 14.5cm deep

$200–500

248

DAVID GERSTIEN, NAN KAMP,

LESLEY HERBERT

Flower piece, Torso, Seated Figure

Painted timber, glazed ceramic

& terracotta

each signed on base

44cm high, 24cm, 22cm deep

$200–500

249

IEVA POCIUS (1923-2010)

two abstract sculptures

welded metal

89.5cm high and 73cm high

$400–800

245


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250

GUY BOYD (1923-1988)

Adam and Eve 1970

aluminium

signed and dated verso:

Guy Boyd 1970

36cm high, 27cm wide

$800–1,000

250

251

GUY BOYD (1923-1988)

Ballet Practice

bronze

incised on base: Guy Boyd

47cm high, 14cm wide, 21cm deep

$2,000–4,000

251


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252

GUY BOYD (1923-1988)

Adam’s Rib 1970

bronze

incised on base: G M BOYD

63cm high, 35.5cm wide, 29cm deep

PROVENANCE

Christie’s, Melbourne, Australian

and European Paintings,

23 November 1998, Lot 338

ILLUSTRATED

VON BERTOUCH, Anne and

HUTCHINGS, Patrick, Guy Boyd,

Lansdowne Press, Melbourne, 1976,

pg 84-85

LITERATURE

A. Von Bertouch & P. Hutchings,

Guy Boyd, Melbourne, 1976

$4,000–6,000

252


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253

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Minataur

bronze

47cm high, 40cm wide,

14cm deep

$300–500

253

254

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Face 1987

bronze

incised and dated on base: RS 87

37cm high

$600–900

254


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255

NORMAN LINDSAY (1879-1969)

Sphinx Radiator Cap 1988

bronze

impressed on base with initials: NL

19.5cm high

$1,800–2,500

255

256

ROBERT JACKS (1943-2014)

Guitar 1996

bronze

incised, dated and editioned on

base: Jacks 96 2/3

33cm high, 12.5 wide, 13cm deep

$3,000–5,000

256


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257

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Form

gilded bronze

20cm high

$500–800

258

HERMANN HOHAUS

(1920-1990)

Crucifixion 1966

bronze

26cm high, 17cm wide, 15cm deep

$300–600

259

KEVIN (PRO) HART (1928-2006)

The Feast 1976

bronze

incised, dated and titled on base:

Pro Hart 21.2.76 ‘THE FEAST’

14.5cm high, 28cm wide, 11.5cm deep

$200–400

260

ROD DUDLEY (BORN 1935)

Man and Dog

painted bronze

signed and dated on base:

Rod Dudley 86

31.5cm high, 35cm wide, 5cm deep

$300–500

261

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Pig in a Pram

painted plaster and fibre

glass

65cm high, 87cm wide, 42.5cm

$200–500

262

HANS KNORR

(GERMAN, 1915-1988)

Untitled Form

wood form on sandstone base

107.5cm high (including base)

$300–600

263

GARRY GREENWOOD

(1972-2005)

Untitled 1980

leather and wood

signed with initials and dated lower

left: GG 80

inscribed verso

80cm high, 150cm, 24cm deep

$300–500

257


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264

NORTON

Form

gilded bronze

signed on base: Norton

29cm high,12cm wide, 8.5cm deep

$500–1,000

265

ARTISTS UNKNOWN

A metal sculptured fan

and a bronze figure

the fan 37cm high

and the figure 35cm high

$200–500

266

​ERICA BANETH-GOODEY

(BORN 1928)

Two Figures

bronze

signed on base:

ERICA BANETH GOODEY

32cm high and 28.5cm high

$200–500

267

STEPHEN SKILLITZKI

(BORN 1947)

Goodnight Sweet Prince

glass and wax sculpture

44 x 57 x 16cm

$300–500

268

A J LEMI

Bending Nude

metal

incised on base: AJ Lemi

12.5cm high, 17cm wide, 6.5cm deep

$100–300

269

CARRASCO

Seated Female Figure

alloy composite

edition 17/500

23cm high, 23.5cm wide, 12cm deep

$300–600

270

S GOLDMAN

Mother and Child

gilded bronze

incised on base: S Goldman

30.5cm high

$250–500

264


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271

ARTIST UNKNOWN

The Footballers

welded metal

incised but illegible on base

83cm high, 25cm wide, 12cm deep

$600–1,000

272

HERMANN HOHAUS

(1920-1990)

Standing Figure

bronze

incised on base: HOHAUS

25cm high

$600–1,000

271 272


75

273

273

LES KOSSATZ (1943-2011)

Sheep 1975

bronze

incised and dated on base: Kossatz 75

11cm high, 30.5cm wide, 22cm deep

$2,000–4,000

274

AFTER PIERRE RENOIR

Figure Washing

bronze

incised on base: Renoir

28cm high, 12.5cm wide, 22cm deep

$1,200–1,800

275

AFTER AUGUSTE RODIN

Profile Figure

bronze

incised on base with foundry stamp:

Rodin

17cm high, 11cm wide, 6.5cm deep

$400–600

274


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276

276

MARC CLARK (BORN 1923)

Girl on Park Bench 1967

bronze

signed with initials and dated verso:

MC 67

27cm high, 27.5cm wide, 20cm deep

$400–600

277

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Head

bronze

15cm high, 14cm wide, 6cm deep

$250–500

278

WILLIAM (BILL) OGILVIE

(BORN 1935)

Floating Figure 1979

stone, metal, bronze

incised, dated and editioned on leg:

Bill Ogilvy 79 5/5

74cm high, 42cm wide, 25cm deep

$200–400

279

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Figures

bronze

15cm high, 20cm wide, 10.5cm deep

$300–600

280

LEOPOLDINE MIMOVICH

(BORN 1920)

Dancer

bronze

incised on base: L MIMOVICH

24cm high

$200–500

281

JOHN HOWLEY (1931-2020)

Williamstown

painted plaster mask

signed and titled verso:

JOHN HOWLEY WILLIAMSTOWN

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 45

$150–250

282

PHILIP HUNTER (1958-2017)

AND VERA MOLLER

(BORN 1945)

Untitled

painted plaster mask

signed verso: Hunter Moller

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 48

$150–250

283

INA ROSE AND ANNETTE

IGGULDEN

Sunset at Sea and Untitled

two painted plaster masks

signed verso: I. Rose and A Iggulden

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia

Mask Auction, 19 March 1998,

cat no. 32 and 145

$150–250


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284

WILLIAM (BILL) FERGUSON

(BORN 1932)

AND KELVIN BUTLER

Untitled 1997 and Untitled 1997

two painted plaster masks

signed and titled verso: WILLIAM

FERGUSON 97 and Kelvin Butler ‘97

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia

Mask Auction, 19 March 1998,

cat no. 6 and 15

$150–250

285

GARRY SHEAD (BORN 1942)

Adam and Eve 1997

painted plaster

signed, dated and titled verso:

Garry Shead ‘97 Adam + Eve

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 27

$300–500

286

DAVID LARWILL (1956-2011)

Untitled Mask 1997

painted plaster

signed with initials and dated verso:

D. R. ‘97

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 109

$250–350

287

FRANK HODGKINSON

(1919-2001)

For the Jewish Museum

painted plaster

signed and titled verso: Frank

Hodgkinson for the JEWISH MUSEUM

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 23

$200–400

288

FREDERICK (FRED) CRESS

(1938-2009)

Untitled 1997

painted plaster mask

signed and dated verso: Cress ‘97

21cm high, 13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 47

$150–250

289

PETER SMITH (1936-2005)

Bending Lady 1973

bronze

incised, dated and editioned on base:

Peter Smith 1973 2/10

13cm high, 14.5cm wide, 9cm deep

$200–500

290

PETER SMITH (1936-2005)

Seated Nude 1982

bronze

incised, dated and editioned on base:

Peter Smith 1982 2/7

17cm high, 31cm wide, 14cm deep

$200–500

291

IN THE STYLE OF MILO

Female Figure

bronze

76cm high, 20.5cm wide, 20.5cm deep

$500–800

292

CLIFFORD LAST (1918-1991)

Quartette 1966

bronze

signed with initials and dated on base:

L LXVI

27.5cm high, 10.5cm wide, 13cm deep

$200–400

293

IAN MARSHALL

Nude 1972

bronze

incised and dated on base:

Ian Marshall 72

15cm high, 52cm wide, 20cm deep

$200–500

293


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294

P G CAMPBELL

House Abstract 1973

oil on canvas

signed and dated verso:

P G Campbell 73

167 x 167cm

$700–900

295

CHRISTOPHER PYETT

(BORN 1943)

Saturday Afternooners 1975

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left: Pyett 75

signed and titled verso: Christopher

Pyett SATURDAY AFTERNOONERS

152.5 x 152cm

$1,000–2,000

294

296

ANDREW SOUTHALL

(BORN 1947)

Panel Van 1983

oil on canvas

signed with initials lower right: AS

signed and dated verso: Southall 83

34 x 44cm

$200–400

297

ANDREW SOUTHALL

(BORN 1947)

Swimmer 1984

oil on canvas

signed with initials lower right: AS

signed and dated verso: Southall 84

65 x 82.5cm

$200–500

298

ANDREW SOUTHALL

(ATTRIBUTED)

Forrest

oil on canvas

inscribed verso: FORREST

83.5 x 83.5cm

$250–500

295


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299

299

ANNE GRAHAM (BORN 1925)

Sydney 1968

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Anne Graham 1968

58.5 x 89.5cm

$1,500–2,500

300

MURRAY WALKER (BORN 1937)

Little Bourke Street Festival 1988

collage and mixed media

signed, dated and titled lower right and

left: Murray Walker 1988 Little Bourke

Street Festival

40.5 x 60.5cm

PROVENANCE

Powell Street Gallery, Melbourne

$200–400

301

AFTER ROY LICHTENSTEIN

Landscape with Figures

colour reproduction

inscribed and titled lower right and

left: Roy Lichtenstein Landscape with

Figures

18 x 17.5cm

$200–400

302

AFTER ROY LICHTENSTEIN

Road Before the Forest

colour reproduction

inscribed and titled lower right and left:

Roy Lichtenstein, Road Before The

Forest

12.5 x 15.5cm

$200–400

303

DESIDERIUS ORBAN

(ATTRIBUTED)

Gathering Clouds

oil on canvas board

signed lower left: Orban

40 x 50cm

$200–400

304

STANISLAUS RAPOTEC

(1913-1997)

Abstract

acrylic on paper

inscribed verso: Stanislaus Rapotec

30 x 41cm

$200–500


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305

306

305

CREAGH MANNING

(BORN 1950)

Mother and Child Forms Freed

1974

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Creagh Manning 74

inscribed and titled verso:

CREAGH MANNING MOTHER

& CHILD FORMS FREED

168 x 122cm

$800–1,200

306

JEFFREY BREN (1944-2007)

The Tree 1990

watercolour

signed and dated lower left:

Jeffrey Bren 1990

75 x 54cm

$200–400

307


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307

JOHN OPIE

Ibitza, Balearic Isles off Spain

oil on canvas on board

signed lower centre: OPIE

39.5 x 31.5cm

$500–800

308

JOHN PEART (1945-2013)

Abstract 1968

pastel on paper

signed and dated lower right:

PEART 11/68

55.5 x 56.5cm

$500–800

309

BRIAN YATES (1946-2014)

Sunrise

oil on canvas

signed lower centre: YATES

50 x 55cm

$300–500

310

JEFFREY BREN (1944-2007)

Still Life with Wallpaper

oil on canvas

signed lower left: Jeffrey Bren

inscribed and titled verso: JEFFREY

BREN STILL LIFE WITH WALLPAPER

61.5 x 66.5cm

$400–600

308

311

JEFFREY BREN (1944-2007)

It’s Dark Outside

oil on canvas

signed lower left: Jeffrey Bren

85.5 x 78cm

PROVENANCE

Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne

$250–450

309


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312

IVAN DURRANT (BORN 1947)

Horse in Landscape 1972

oil on board

signed and dated lower left:

I. DURRANT 72

76 x 90.5cm

$1,000–1,500

313

ANTHONY (TONY) WOODS

(1940-2017)

The Coat Hanger 1966

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Woods 66

105 x 80cm

$300–500

312

314

JOHN MARTIN (1942-2017)

Still Life with Dead Canary 1990

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

John Martin 90

STILL LIFE WITH DEAD CANARY

76 x 101cm

$200–400

315

GREG IRVINE (BORN 1947)

Still Life

gouache on paper

signed with initials lower left: GI

35 x 27.5cm

$200–400

316

FRANK WERTHER (1922-2010)

Lilith Up Ended 1965

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Werther 65

inscribed and titled verso:

FRANK WERTHER LILITH UP ENDED

91 x 76cm

$200–500

313


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317

317

JOHN McLEAN (BORN 1944)

Studio Nude

oil on canvas

signed lower right: McLEAN

152 x 152cm

$800–1,200

318

CRAIG GOUGH (BORN 1938)

Cold Fire 1969

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Craig Gough 1969

88 x 94.5cm

$300–500

319

POLLY COURTIN (BORN 1951)

Head Study

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Polly Courtin

75 x 100.5cm

$200–500


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320

320

FREDERICK (FRED) CRESS

(1938-2009)

Abstract 1965

mixed media on board

signed and dated lower centre:

Cress 65

51.5 x 88cm

$900–1,500

321

YOSL BERGNER (1920-2017)

The Dancer 1954

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

Y Bergner 54

33.5 x 23cm

$300–500

322

YOSL BERGNER (1920-2017)

Puppets 1956

watercolour and ink

signed and dated lower right:

Y BERGNER 56

20 x 27.5cm

$300–500

321


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323

323

BERNARD HESLING (1905-1987)

Town at Night

vitreous enamel

signed upper left: Hesling

40 x 86cm

$1,500–2,500

324

LOUIS JAMES (1920-1996)

Sun Landscape 2 1964

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

LOUIS JAMES 64

inscribed verso:

Louis James SUN LANDSCAPE

49.5 x 34cm

$600–900

325

GEORGE MORANT (BORN 1934)

The 53 Club

oil on board

signed lower right: MORANT

121.5 x 90cm

$300–500

324


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326

326

KAAPA TJAMPITJINPA (1926-1989)

Women’s Dreaming

acrylic on canvas on board

23.5 x 34cm

$600–900

327

JUNE BIRD NGALE (BORN 1953)

Yam Dreaming

acrylic on canvas

inscribed verso: CAAMA June Bird 13.2.88

72 x 139.5cm

$600–1,200

328

CLIFFORD POSSUM TJAPALTJARRI

(CIRCA 1933-2002)

Kartjara - Emu + Bush Food

acrylic on canvas

inscribed verso:

CLIFFORD POSSUM KARTJARA EMU + BIRD FOOD

60 x 90.5cm

PROVENANCE

Papunya Community Council Inc, Papunya, NT

$800–1,200

329

GEORGE BUSH TJANGALA (1940-1997)

Bush Tucker Dreaming

acrylic on canvas

inscribed and titled verso: GEORGE BUSH TJANGALA BUSH

TUCKER DREAMING

cat no: 1287859GB

91.5 x 60.5cm

$300–500

330

LORNA BENNELL

Snake Dreaming

acrylic on canvas

signed verso: LORNA BENNELL

128 x 124cm

$700–1,200

331

INDIGENOUS SCHOOL

Untitled Landscape

acrylic on canvas

125.5 x 120.5cm

$500–800


87

327

328


88

332 333

332

JEANNE BRUNO NAMPITJINPA

Untitled

synthetic polymer paint on canvas

inscribed verso: JEANNE BRUNO NAMPITJINPA

91 x 61cm

$300–500

333

RUTH NAPALYARRI

Bush Tucker Dreaming

acrylic on canvas

inscribed verso: RUTH NAPALYARRI

60.5 x 90cm

$200–400

334

MICHAEL NELSON TJAKAMARRA (BORN 1945)

Untitled

synthetic polymer paint on canvas

inscribed verso: MICHAEL NELSON TJAKAMARRA

cat no. MN5960105

49 x 74cm

$400–600

335

LILY (MAGGIE) HARGRAVES NUNGARRAYI (BORN

CIRCA 1930)

Women (Ngaliyipi) Bush Vine 1997

acrylic on canvas

​inscribed, dated​ and ​titled verso: LILY NUNGARRAYI

HARGREAVES 2-10-97 WOMEN (NGALIYIPI) (BUSH VINE)

cat no: AA1 148

89.5 x 69cm

$200–400


89

336

MARGARET LOY PULA

(BORN 1956)

Bush Plum Utopia

synthetic polymer paint on canvas

signed and titled verso:

Margaret LOY PULA Bush Plum Utopia

124 x 77.5cm

$500–800

337

NGAJAWAH JUKURRPA

Bush Tomarta Dreaming

oil on canvas on board

inscribed verso: Ngajawah Jukurrpa

Bush Tomarta Dreaming

61 x 91.5cm

$200–500

338

GRAHAM BIGGIBILLA

(ACTIVE 1980-1990)

Gurreah 1997

acrylic on canvas

signed, titled and dated verso: Biggililla

1997 ‘GURREAH’ BAIEME NARRAN

MURRATHA GURREAH DOONGALLA

90 x 111cm

$400–600

339

GRAHAM BIGGIBILLA

(ACTIVE 1980-1990)

Emus

acrylic on canvas

91.5 x 112cm

$400–600

336


90

340

VICTOR MAJZNER (BORN 1945)

Abstract

oil on canvas

214 x 152.5cm

PROVENANCE

Powell Street Gallery, Melbourne

$800–1,200

341

JEFFREY MAKIN (BORN 1943)

St Villa I 1972

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Makin

signed, dated and titled verso:

Jeffrey Makin 1972 St Villa I

63.5 x 50.5cm

$800–1,200

340

342

OWEN PIGGOTT (1931-2015)

Landscape Forms –

Birth 1962/1963

oil on board

signed, dated and titled verso:

OWEN PIGGOTT 1962/63

121 x 105.5cm

$500–800

343

PETER WRIGHT (1941-1999)

Landscape with Figures 1966

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Peter Wright 1966

70.5 x 76cm

$300–500

344

FRANK WERTHER (1922-2010)

Chromatic Lady 1968

oil on board

signed lower centre: Werther

signed and dated verso:

FRANK WERTHER 1968

50 x 75.5cm

$250–450

341


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345 346

345

PHILLIP SCOTT

Red Concept

oil on canvas

signed and titled verso:

PHILLIP SCOTT RED CONCEPT

122 x 244cm

$500–800

346

PETER WALSH (1958-2009)

Figure Approaching with Poppies

1988

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

Peter Walsh 1988 Figure

approaching with Poppies

152 x 121cm

$600–900

347

CHARLES REDDINGTON

(BORN 1929)

Two Figures 1962

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

C Reddington 1962

54 x 74cm

$300–500

348

CHARLES REDDINGTON

(BORN 1929)

Figure Vision 1962

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

C Reddington 62

54.5 x 75cm

PROVENANCE

South Yarra Gallery, Melbourne

$200–400

349

GEORGE HAYNES (BORN 1938)

Untitled Abstract

oil on canvas

inscribed verso: GEORGE HAYNES

167 x 140cm

PROVENANCE

Skinner Galleries, Perth

EXHIBITED

Georges Invitation Art Prize,

Melbourne, 1972

$1,000–2,000

350

JOE ROSE (1915-1999)

Abstract No. 2

mixed media on board

signed lower left: JOE ROSE

90 x 59.5cm

$300–500


92

351

ANTHONY (TONY) WOODS

(1940-2017)

Fruit 1967

oil on board

signed lower right: TONY WOODS

signed, dated and titled verso: TONY

WOODS 1967 fruit

36.5 x 29cm

$250–500

352

ANDREW SIBLEY (1933-2015)

Summer Still Life 1966

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left: Sibley ‘66

titled verso: Summer Still Life

97 x 92cm

$400–600

353

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Abstract

oil on canvas

84 x 101cm

$300–500

351

354

RAYMOND REARDON

(BORN 1939)

Landscape

oil on board

signed lower right: Reardon

28.5 x 58cm

$200–400

355

PETER GANDRABOR

Through the Trees

oil on paper

signed lower right: P Gandrabor

37 x 31.5cm

$100–300

352

356

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Kitchen

oil on canvas

45.5 x 51cm

$200–500


93

357

WILLIAM (BILL) COLEMAN

(1922-1993)

Still Life

oil on card

signed lower left: Bill Coleman

38.5 x 28.5cm

$1,200–1,800

358

TONY TWIGG (BORN 1953)

Two Images From My Mind

Buddha Coogee 1986

oil on board

diptych

signed, titled and dated verso:

Tony Twigg 1986 2 images from

my mine buddha coogee 1986

42 x 59.5cm (overall)

$300–600

359

IAN BOW (1914-1990)

Aged Theme on an Incidental

Palette

oil on board

signed lower right: BOW

20 x 20cm

$200–400

360

JOEL ELENBERG (1948-1980)

Study for Sculpture 1970

oil on canvas with collage

signed and dated lower right:

Joel Elenberg 70

40 x 51cm

$400–800

357

361

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Figures in a Clearing

oil on canvas

140.5 x 133cm

$400–600

358


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362 365

362

MARK SCHALLER (BORN 1962)

Man with Conch Shell 1997

oil on canvas

signed and dated centre right: Schaller 97

signed, dated and titled verso:

Mark Schaller 1997 Man with Conch Shell

170.5 x 151.5cm

$600–900

363

PAUL DELPRAT (BORN 1942)

Ode to Liz

oil on canvas on board

signed lower right: Paul Delprat

60 x 91cm

$200–400

364

BRUCE EARLES (BORN 1953)

City Workers 1990

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower centre: B Earles 90

121.5 x 152cm

$800–1,500

365

HORACE BRODZKY (1885-1969)

Nude 1934

watercolour

signed and dated lower left: H Brodzky 34

23.5 x 15.5cm

$300–500

366

S BASHAM

The Metaphysical Paradox of Omen Barr –

The Hermit 1979

oil on canvas

signed with initials and dated lower right: SB 79

152.5 x 180cm

$300–500

367

W HILL

Dancing Figure 1961

oil on paper

signed and dated lower right and left: W Hill 61

75 x 54cm

$300–500


95

368

MURRAY WALKER (BORN 1937)

Spring in the Garden 1962

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Murray Walker 1962

91 x 71cm

$600–900

369

MOSTYN BRAMLEY-MOORE

(BORN 1952)

Grey Figure

oil on canvas

inscribed and titled verso:

M BRAMLEY MOORE GREY FIGURE

76 x 91cm

$400–800

370

VICTOR RUBIN (BORN 1950)

Wrapped Figure 1979

oil on canvas and steel bolts

signed and dated lower right:

V M Rubin 79

122 x 122cm

$600–900

371

MAXIMILIAN FEUERRING

(1896-1985)

Old Entrance

oil on board

signed lower left: FEUERRING

71.5 x 74.5cm

$300–600

368

372

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Interior

oil on canvas

162 x 182cm

$500–800

373

ARTIST UNKNOWN

The Table

oil on canvas

120 x 152cm

$500–800

369


96

374

374

ARCH CUTHBERTSON

(1924-2001)

Untitled Abstract 3

oil on canvas

triptych

each signed lower right: Cuthbertson

56 x 56cm (each)

$800–1,200

375

ALYCE PLATT (BORN 1963)

Carnival 1993

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

Alyce Platt 93

54.5 x 74.5cm

$200–400

376

COLIN MUNRO

Figures in Landscape 1984

oil on canvas

signed with initials and dated lower

right: CM 84

75.5 x 91cm

$200–400

377

RAFAEL GURVICH (BORN 1949)

Sky Carnival 1985

mixed media

signed, dated and titled lower right and

centre: GURVICH 85 Sky Carnival

57 x 76cm

$200–400

378

PAUL BAXTER (BORN 1949)

Scream 1968

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

PAUL BAXTER 68

87 x 87.5cm

$200–400

379

JOSIP (PUCO) PINTARIC

(CROATIAN, 1927-2017)

Field Flowers 1990

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Puco Pintaric 1990

68 x 57.5cm

$300–500

380

MILAN TODD (1922-2018)

Flamingos Retreat

gouache

signed lower right: Milan

32 x 80.5cm

$200–500

381

ROBIN WALLACE-CRABBE

(BORN 1938)

Nude Shadows 1964

oil on canvas on board

signed and dated lower right:

R WALLACE CRABBE 64

121 x 90.5cm

$400–600

382

BERNARD OLLIS (BORN 1951)

Portrait of an Australian 1994

pastel on paper

signed and dated lower right: OLLIS 94

56 x 75cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$200–400

383

D KWATKOWSKI

Suburbia 1963

oil on board

signed and dated lower left:

D Kwatkowski 63

74.5 x 59.5cm

$200–400

384

RODNEY MILGATE (1934-2015)

The Cloud

oil on board

signed lower right: Milgate

59.5 x 44.5cm

$200–400

385

ANTHONY (TONY) WOODS

(1940-2017)

Artist Drawing I 1972

watercolour, pencil and gouache

signed and dated lower left: Woods 72

62 x 48.5cm

$200–400


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386

386

AFTER SALVADOR DALI

Design Tiles

six painted ceramic tiles

each inscribed in image: Dali

19.5 x 19.5cm (each)

$800–1,200

387

JOE ROSE (1915-1999)

Thought 1980

mixed media

signed and dated lower right:

Joe Rose 80

74.5 x 54.5cm

$200–400

388

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Head Study 1967

oil on canvas

signed but illegible and dated lower

left: 1967

60 x 34.5cm

$200–400

389

FRENCH SCHOOL

The Rose Garden

oil on board

signed lower right: Renoir

19.5 x 24cm

$200–500

390

VICTOR MAJZNER (BORN 1945)

Named Description 1982

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

V Mazjner 1982 NAMED DESCRIPTION

45.5 x 46cm

$400–600

391

MARLENE O’BREE (1947-2003)

Still Life and Summer Flowers

1980

oil on canvas (2)

signed and dated lower right:

M O’Bree 80

39 x 49cm (each)

$200–400


98

392

RICHARD LARTER (1929-2014)

Portrait 1966

oil on canvas

signed with initials and dated lower

right: RL 66

signed and dated verso: R LARTER 66

54 x 49cm

$800–1,200

393

MICHAEL SHANNON

(1927-1993)

Sun Dance 1954

gouache and watercolour

signed and dated lower left:

Shannon 54

31 x 46.5cm

$500–800

394

SIGI GABRIE (BORN 1945)

Landscape

mixed media on canvas

signed lower right: SIGI GABRIE

118 x 181cm

$800–1,500

392

395

TONY LAWRENCE (ACTIVE

1980s)

The Race 1989

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

Tony Lawrence 89 The Race

121.5 x 121.5cm

$500–800

396

MARLENE O’BREE (1947-2003)

Spring Day 1986

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

O’BREE 1986 SPRING DAY

183 x 183cm

$600–1,000

393


99

397

397

DAVID BROMLEY (BORN 1960)

Hommage to Vincent

(Van Gough) 1988

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

DAVE BROMLEY 88

100 x 125.5cm

$900–1,500

398

MARTIN JONES (BORN 1945)

Blue and Green Landscape

oil on canvas

inscribed verso: MARTIN JONES

167.5 x 167.5cm

$400–600

399

MARTIN JONES (BORN 1945)

Blue Landscape

oil on canvas

signed lower left: M Jones

152 x 182.5cm

$400–600

400

JOHN SANDLER (BORN 1945)

Shoe Unit 1972

liquitex acrylic on canvas

signed, dated and titled verso:

JOHN SANDLER 1972 SHOE UNIT

183 x 122cm

$500–800

401

SARAH GULLY

Faces 1986

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

SARAH GULLY 86

101 x 100cm

$200–400

402

JOHN SANDLER (BORN 1945)

Boots 1973

pencil on paper

signed and dated lower right:

John Sandler 1973

70 x 104cm

$200–500


100

403

403

KEITH LOOBY (BORN 1940)

History of the World - No Longer Hamper Crowds

mixed media

signed lower right: LOOBY

50.5 x 60.5cm

PROVENANCE

Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

$200–400

404

KEITH LOOBY (BORN 1940)

Melbourne Club

ink drawing

signed lower right: LOOBY

50 x 62cm

$250–500

405

KEITH LOOBY (BORN 1940)

History of the World

mixed media

inscribed verso: KEITH LOOBY HISTORY OF THE WORLD

50 x 60cm

PROVENANCE

Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

$200–400

406

HENRIKAS (HENRY) SALKAUSKAS (1925-1979)

Landscape 1962

mixed media

signed and dated lower right: Henry Salkauskas 1962

53 x 73cm

$300–500


101

407

KEITH LOOBY (BORN 1940)

Forced Separate 1988

litho crayon on paper

signed and dated lower right:

Looby 88

101 x 74.5cm

PROVENANCE

Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney

(label verso)

$700–1,200

408

BEN LAYCOCK (BORN 1956)

I Love You 1984

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Ben Laycock 1984

131 x 110.5cm

$400–800

409

GERALDINE BURKE

On the Beach

oil on canvas

signed lower right: G.Burke

111 x 121.5cm

$200–400

410

RONALD MILLAR (BORN 1927)

Two Trunks

oil on canvas

signed bottom right: Ronald Millar

inscribed verso: TWO TRUNKS

114.5 x 88.5cm

$700–1,200

411

GARETH JONES-ROBERTS

(1935-2013)

Two Figures

oil on board

signed lower left:

Gareth Jones-Robert

98.5 x 74cm

$300–600

412

BRIAN YATES (1946-2014)

Summer Holiday

oil on board

signed lower left: YATES

112 x 105cm

$400–600

413

PETER RODNEY

The Acrobat 1994

oil on board

signed and dated lower right: Rodney 94

124.5 x 87cm

$200–500

414

JO RIMMER

Serpent in Eden 1993

oil on canvas

signed, dated and titled lower right:

Jo Rimmer 93 Serpent in Eden

120.5 x 89.5cm

$200–400

415

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Nude with Guitar

oil on board

47 x 36.5cm

$200–500

407


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416

WILLIAM (BILL) FERGUSON

(BORN 1932)

Sun Ceremony Okerka 1968

acrylic on canvas

signed lower centre: Ferguson

signed, dated and titled verso:

Ferguson 68 OKERKA

76 x 91cm

$300–500

416

417

JOHN PERCEVAL (1923-2000)

The Visitation 1961

oil on paper

signed and dated lower right:

Perceval 61

43.5 x 68.5cm

$500–800

418

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

Composition 1967

oil on board

signed and dated upper left:

R GRIEVE 67

25 x 32.5cm

$200–400

417

419

ROBERT (BOB) GRIEVE

(1924-2006)

Landscape 1962

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

R GRIEVE 62

24 x 30cm

$250–450

420

WEAVER HAWKINS (1893-1977)

Ribbons of Sunlight 1959

oil on board

signed and dated lower left and right:

Raokin 59

71 x 49cm

PROVENANCE

Macquarie Galleries, Sydney

$500–700

418


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421

KENNETH (KEN) REINHARD

(BORN 1936)

Abstract Figure

oil and mixed media on board

inscribed verso: Ken Reinhard

79.5 x 59cm

$400–700

422

LES KOSSATZ (1943-2011)

Wheel and Field 1965

oil on board

signed and dated lower right: Kossatz 65

79 x 69.5cm

$600–1,200

422


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Part II

Monday 4 October 2021, 11am

Lots 423–739

423

A studio glass blue teardrop vase by

Garry Nash, New Zealand, 1986

with abstract decoration, on a frosted

glass base, signed ‘Garry Nash ‘86’ to

side of base

32cm high

$500–800

423

424

A studio glass sculpture by Stephen

Skillitzi, Australian, 1980

signed and dated to base

36cm high

$400–600

425

A large orange and purple glass

bowl by Schneider, French, early

20th century

together with a large brown and

orange footed vase

39cm diameter and 23cm high

$200–300

426

A large Murano Venini emerald and

amber glass platter

54cm wide

$200–300

424


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427

DALE CHIHULY

(AMERICAN, BORN 1941)

An oval royal blue shaped oval bowl

decorated with black spotting and

applied red rim

incised to base: Chihuly

22cm high, 15cm diameter

PROVENANCE

Sotheby’s Melbourne, Supporters of

the Arts Auction, 31 May 1998

$6,000–10,000

428

A Swedish Strombergshyttan blue

glass bowl

bearing original factory paper label

31cm wide

$150–250

429

A collection of glass ornaments,

20th century

including a Wedgwood otter and a

Murano dog by Vincenzo Nason

the dog 20cm high

$200–300

427


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430

Five Australian iridescent studio glass

goblets

together with a silver mounted gum

nut vase by Colin Heaney

the tallest glass 22cm high

$500–800

431

A collection of seven art glass goblets

and vases, including Tricia Allen

the largest 17cm high

$200–300

432

A Cristalleries de Vannes-le-Châtel

petalled clear glass flower vase, French

signed

27cm diameter

$200–300

433

A yellow art glass vase

with black and white swirling banded

decoration

21cm high

$200–300

434

A tall Murano style glass vase,

20th century

with green and red dappled opaque

yellow decoration

29cm high

$200–300

435

An Italian studio glass vase by Carlo

Moretti

of tall star form in tones of blue

33cm high

$200–300

436

A large studio glass vase by Julio

Santos, Australian, 1982

of slender baluster form form in tones

of lilac and amber, signed and dated ‘J

Santos 1982’ to base

44cm high

$200–300

437

A Murano style art glass vase

in tones of green and dark blue

21cm high

$200–300

438

An amber art glass vase, second half

20th century

with applied green and blue roundels

22cm high

$200–300

439

Three Australian studio glass forms

comprising two sculptural forms and a

goblet by Stephen Stillitzi, 1980

the largest piece 20cm high

$200–300

440

Two glass float vases, second half

20th century

with applied green and blue roundels

the amber bowl 21cm diameter

$200–300

441

A pulled feather amethyst glass

sculpture

delicately moulded in the form of a

conch shell

27cm long

$150–250

430


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442

A Maltese Mdina blue glass chalice

by Michael Harris, 1974

signed and dated to base

20cm high

$300–400

443

A large iridescent turquoise studio

glass column vase by Chuck

Simpson, New Zealand

with yellow, pink and green scrolling

decoration

signed to base

38cm high

$300–400

444

Two azure blue Mdina studio glass

vases, Maltese, circa 1970

one of mallet form with a moulded

geometric design, the other bottle

form with an applied Maltese cross

and yellow swirl, each signed ‘Mdina’

to base

the largest 22cm high

$400–600 442

443

444


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445

An Art Nouveau style feather lustre

glass vase by Orient and Plume,

American, 1982

the translucent body decorated

with an undulating pulled feather

decoration, signed ‘Orient and Plume

1982’ to base

21cm high

$400–600

446

A studio glass goblet attributed to

Colin Heaney, Australian

multi-coloured, on a double scrolled

stem

22cm high

$300–500

447

A studio glass opalescent blue bowl by

Patrick De Sumo, Australia, 1993

signed and dated ‘De Sumo 93’ to

base

18cm diameter

$200–300

448

A tall white and green striped art glass

vase

29cm high

$200–300

449

A striped studio glass vase, possibly

Murano

with a controlled bubble sitting in the

violet toned base

28cm high

$200–300

450

A Lalique frosted glass Bacchus

vase, designed 1938

moulded with fauns and trailing ivy,

signed Lalique, France

17.5cm high

$600–800

451

A large pink ground studio glass vase

by Glen Pattrick, Australian, 1995

of tapering form with a scalloped rim,

signed to base ‘G Pattrick 1995’

32cm high

$200–300

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452

452

A group of six yellow art glass vases

the largest 27cm high

$300–500

453

A lustred art glass form

with royal blue disc decoration

25cm high

$200–300

454

A studio glass vase by Peter Viesnick,

Australia

with a torn rim in tones of blue, purple

and green

28cm high

$200–300

455

Three Murano style glass vases

each of serpentine form in tones of

orange and yellow

the largest 34cm high

$200–300

456

An assembled collection of liqueur,

sherry and wine glasses

together with four hand blown art glass

tumblers

the sherry glasses 17cm high

$400–600

457

A group of three Scandinavian studio

glass vases, 20th century

including a squat grey bottle vase

by Erik Hoglund, a tall brown vase by

Norway Plus and a black frosted glass

vase

the largest 27cm high

$200–300

458

A studio glass vase by Glen Pattrick,

Australian, 1994

with applied vertical bands in

aubergine tones, signed and dated

to base

26cm high

$200–300

459

A collection of five studio glass vases

comprising a pink heart form Kosta

Boda vase, a Pasabahce for Gempo

Australia vase, a Murano style pierced

float vase, a globe form vase and a

coral texture moulded glass stem vase

the largest 24cm high

$200–300

460

A group of five various art glass vases

in tones of orange and yellow

the largest 18cm high

$250–350

461

A Murano bowl by Angelo Ballarin

33cm wide

$200–300


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462

Two Kosta Boda glass vases by Bertil

Vallien, Sweden, circa 1970

one of flattened ovoid form with white

‘pulled feather’ decoration, the straight

edge vase cobalt with outwards

moulded beading to the middle

the largest 13cm high

$300–400

463

A purple glass vase by Aimo Okkolin

for Riihimäen Lasi Oy, circa 1970s

etched ‘Riihimäen Lasi Oy Aimo

Okkolin’ to base

11cm high

$200–300

464

A collection of four coloured glass

vases

each of elongated baluster form

the tallest 39cm high

$200–300

465

A collection of four coloured art glass

bottle vases

the largest 35cm high

$200–300

466

An amethyst studio glass vase

with coiled applied decoration

23cm high

$150–250

467

An abstract glass form by Sam

Herman, Australian, 1976

with a silvered glass band to the neck,

signed ‘S Herman 1976’ to base

13cm high

$200–300

468

Two green lustre vases, probably

Austrian

each with serpentine decoration

the largest 20cm high

$200–300

469

An Australian studio glass vase by

Jonathan Westacott

of globular form with tones of pink and

white

signed to base ‘Jonathan Westacott’

19cm high

$150–250

470

A large Murano glass vase

of lobed form in tones of red and white

30cm high

$200–300

471

A green studio glass sphere vase by

Julio Santos, Australian, 1984

with blue leaves extending from

the mouth and frilled purple lines

extending down the body

signed ‘Julio Santos 1984’ to base

19cm high

$200–300

472

A pale yellow baluster form frosted

glass vase by Robert Wynne for

Denizen Studio

with scrolled brown and white

horizontal bands and vertical red drop

moulded Denizen mark to base

10cm high

$200–300

462


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473

473

Three Kosta Boda glass vases

one with black spiral decoration

signed by Bertil Vallien, one blue

and white ‘half-moon’ design by Kjell

Engman and a clear tulip vase, each

with factory marks

the largest 19.5cm high

$300–500

474

A group of three Murano glass

nudes, in the style of Alfredo Rossi,

Italian, 1983

each raised on a black glass plinth

engraved ‘Stefros Murano, 1983’

the figures 32cm high

$600–800

475

A large translucent art glass vase

of ovoid form decorated with

translucent blue birds

30cm high

$200–400

474


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476

A group of three Murano glass vases

in pale green and pink tones

the largest 34cm high

$200–300

477

An opaque pale aqua wide lipped

sculptural studio glass vase by Sam

Herman, Australian, 1979

signed and dated ‘Samuel Herman

1979’ base

17cm high, 32cm wide

$200–300

478

A pastel and silver striped column vase

by Julio Santos, Australia, 1985

signed and dated to base

29cm high

$200–300

479

A large amethyst art glass vase

signed ‘Parryne Smith 1985’ to base

49cm high

$200–300

480

An art glass axe form bud vase by the

Iwatsu Glass Company, Japanese,

circa 1970

from their ‘Hineri’ line, with swirling pink

and blue interior

paper trade label to base

23cm high

$200–300

481

An Australian studio glass vase by

Richard Wynne, Denizen Studio

in iridescent blue with silvered spiral

decoration

impressed mark to base: Denizen

15cm high

$200–400

482

A studio glass mottled purple

cornucopia vase by Glen Pattrick,

Australian, 1993

on an iridescent coiled base

signed and dated ‘G Pattrick 93’ to

base

14cm high

$200–300

483

Three polychrome hand blown glass

column vases

the tallest 21cm high

$200–300

484

A pale green and iridescent yellow

bottle studio glass vase by Sam

Herman, Australian, 1975

signed and dated to base

16cm high

$200–300

476


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485

A smoky quartz biomorphic glass vase

24cm high

$200–300

486

Three small opaque white and applied

stripe vases by Bertil Vallien

the largest 11cm high

$300–40

487

An Italian Cenedese blue glass vase

of fluted cylindrical form

incised to base ‘Cenedese’, bearing

original label marked Cenedese Vetri

30cm high

$200–400

488

An Australian studio glass vase

by G Pattinson, 1992

of flared conical form with a scroll

decorated base

signed and dated to base

‘G Pattinson 1992’

25cm high

$200–400

489

Three Murano style coloured

glass vases

the largest 28cm high

$200–300

490

An opaque pale blue straight

sided studio glass vase by

Pauline Delaney, Australia, 1983

with yellow, red and blue

flashing

signed and dated to base

25cm high

$200–300

491

A large smoky glass vase with

etched Art Deco motifs

63cm high

$200–400

492

An electric blue studio glass trumpet

vase by Richard Morrell, Australian,

circa 1980

signed to base with paper trade label

35cm high

$200–300

485

486


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493

493

A group of four coloured studio glass

vases

the largest 14cm high

$300–500

494

A group of four art glass vases

comprising an amber glass bowl by

Pauline Delaney, 1984 and three pink

and purple glass vases

the largest 24cm high

$300–400

495

A slender everted lip opaque lavender

art glass vase

44cm high

$200–400

496

A Finnish studio glass vase by Aimo

Okkolin for Riihimaki

in aubergine undulating cylindrical form

20cm high

$200–400

497

A collection of Murano style blue

cased mauve glass vases

the largest 26cm high

$200–300

498

An Australian studio glass vase by

Julio Santos

in flared form in tones green, red and

white

incised to base J Santos 1986

26cm high

$200–300

499

An Australian Studio iridescent glass

vase by Colin Heaney

signed and dated to base 1994

11cm high

$150–250

500

A studio glass vase by Sam Herman

of stylised form in tones of blue and

green

signed and numbered to base ‘Samuel

Herman BA997’

25cm high

$200–300

494


115

501

An Australian studio art glass vase by

Richard Swift, 1993

the waisted cylindrical body and

everted rim with streaked amber

decoration

engraved to base Richard Swift 4/93

and further lozenge marked 119

34cm high

$300–500

502

An iridescent New Zealand studio

glass vase by Chuck Simpson

incised to base Simpson NZ 80

18cm high

$200–300

501

503

A large studio glass vase by Chris

Pantano

with ochre, brown and red rock art

decoration, impressed stippling and

shell forms to the foot, signed ‘Chris

Pantano’ to base

28cm high

$600–800

504

An Australian studio glass vase by

David Herbert

in tones of pale green and black with

with a scrolling black rim

signed and dated ‘8/92’

22cm high

$150–250

503


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505

505

Three magenta studio glass vases

each of columnar form including a

vase by Pauline Delaney, 1959 and

Robert Morrell, 1981

the largest 23cm high

$300–500

506

A translucent mauve concentric swirl

glass vase by Julio Santos, Australian,

1986

together with two bulbous purple bud

vases

the largest 26cm high

$300–400

507

An iridescent orange and opaque

yellow blown glass abstract bottle vase

by Sam Herman, Australian, 1978

signed and dated to base

22cm high

$200–300

506


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508

A ruby frosted studio glass vase by

Garry Nash, New Zealand, 1987

of teardrop form with a beaded rim

30cm high

$500–800

509

An acid green with opaque white and

brown swirl art glass bottle vase by

Sam Herman, Australian, 1977

18cm high

$200–300

510

An Australian studio glass bottle

vase by Sam Herman

with swirling grey decoration to the

bulbous blue toned body

signed to base ‘Sam Herman’

22cm high

$200–300

513

A trumpet glass vase

of conical form in tones of orange

and pink

34cm high

$200–300

514

An opaque white art glass bottle vase

with orange and brown vertical

scrolling

17cm high

$200–300

515

A slender baluster form opaque studio

glass vase by Julio Santos, Australian,

1986

signed and dated to base ‘J Santos

1986’

31cm high

$200–300

516

A slender opaque yellow, grey and

brown tulip rimmed vase

42cm high

$200–300

517

A tall art glass vase

in tones of green and mauve with a

flared rim and lugged base

44cm high

$200–300

518

An ovoid mottled white art glass vase

with pale orange scrolls

30cm high

$200–300

511

A large red art glass vase

49cm high

$200–300

512

A blue and black striped with black

collar art glass vase

signed and dated to base

32cm high

$200–300

508


118

519

An large chartreuse art glass vase on

stand

of conical form with serpentine

wrought iron support

73cm high

$500–800

520

A large opaque black geometric glass

vase

27cm high

$200–300

521

A black ovoid art glass vase

with silvered flecks and floating blue

and orange decoration

26cm high

$200–300

522

Two opaque white art glass vases with

gestural blue decoration

the largest 24cm high

$200–300

523

A lapis blue pulled feather decorated

studio glass sphere vase by Julio

Santos, Australian, 1987

17cm high

$200–300

524

A Murano amber interior faceted glass

vase

together with two amber toned glass

vases

the largest 23cm high

$200–300

525

A high gloss ovoid ruby glass vase

21cm high

$200–300

519


119

526

A tall opaque white and yellow bottle

glass vase with scrolling neck and

black spotting by Ulrica Hydmann for

Kosta Boda

68cm high

$300–500

527

A blue ground studio glass bowl vase

by Richard Morrell

together with a mottled glass urn

the bowl signed to base

the largest 23cm high

$200–300

528

An split rim mottled grey black and red

accented studio glass vase by David

Herbert, Australian

with red accents to the split rim

signed to base ‘David Herbert 11/91’

16cm high

$200–300

529

An abstract mustard, orange and

yellow drip textured glass vase,

circa 1960

21cm high

$200–300

530

Three Murano style sculptural two

toned glass vessels

the largest 23cm wide

$200–300

531

A Swedish orange studio glass

decanter by Eric Hoglund for Kosta

Boda

incised to base: H1686/200

32cm high

$200–300

532

A pinched rim smoky glass bowl vase

with asymmetrical blue and silver

banding

12cm high

$200–300

533

A clear purple art glass bowl with

orange, red and purple scrolls

15cm high

$150–300

534

A plum ground trailing stripe decorated

studio glass vase by Richard Wynne

for Denizen Studio, Australian

impressed mark to base

20cm high

$200–300

535

An Australian studio glass vase of

unusual form by Brian Hirst, 1983

signed and dated to base ‘B Hirst 83’

17cm high

$200–300

536

A large speckled flattened ovoid glass

vase by Garry Nash, New Zealand,

1983

signed and dated ‘G Nash ‘83’ to base

42cm high

$600–800

537

A group of four orange toned Murano

style blown glass vases

the largest 33cm high

$200–300

526


120

538

An opaque dark green straight sided

glass vase by Garry Nash, New

Zealand, 1987

with cut decoration, mounded

signature

31cm high

$300–500

539

A large mottled ‘tree landscape’ art

glass vase by Isle of Wight glass

paper label to base

34cm high

$300–400

540

A opaque black studio glass vase by

Garry Nash, New Zealand, 1987

moulded signature ‘G. Nash ‘87’ to

base

33cm high

$300–500

541

A large blue and red banded opaque

black ovoid glass vase

32cm high

$200–300

542

A large red and green banded column

floor vase

signed and dated to base

55cm high

$150–250

543

Two Australian studio glass vases by

Peter Goss

the lilac bottle with multi coloured

flecking signed ‘PG ‘86’ to base and

the square iridescent brown vase

signed ‘Peter Goss ‘81’

the largest 18cm high

$250–400

544

An Australian studio glass baluster

vase by Richard Morrell

with mottled iridescent green and

brown colouring

signed to base

17cm high

$200–300

545

An Australian studio glass vase by

Richard Wynne, Denizen Studio

of flattened ovoid form, dark green

with a brown overlay including white

lines and two red blooms

16cm high

$200–400

538 539

540


121

546

A blue speckled glass vase by

Moncrieff Glass Works, Scotland,

circa 1980

23cm high

$300–500

547

A large studio glass vase by Brian

Hirst, 2002

incised and dated to base

36cm high

$200–300

546

548

A Galle style cameo glass landscape

vase, circa 1900

in delicate autumn tones

with etched ‘Galle’ signature to lower

body

26cm high

$400–600

549

An Australian studio glass urn shaped

vase by Richard Wynne, Denizen

Studio

with iridescent blue and bronze motif

moulded mark to base

23cm high

$200–300

548


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550

A studio glass vase by Moncrieff Glass

Works, Scotland, circa 1980

of cylindrical form in tones of speckled

orange with purple

24cm high

$300–500

550

551

A large red and green candy striped art

glass bottle vase

59cm high

$300–400

552

A Glasform iridescent art glass vase,

English

of inverted egg form with speckled red

patination

signed to base with original label

20cm high

$200–300

553

A collection of hand blown glass

goblets

comprising five glasses

the largest goblet 22.5cm high

$200–300

551


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554

A studio art glass vase by Brenden

Scott French

of tapering tear drop form in tones of

white, pink and red

incised to base: Brenden Scott French

41cm high

$300–500

555

An opaque lilac ground conical vase by

Vivianne Karlsson for Orrefors

decorated with a flowing iron red and

black diamond pattern

signed and editioned to base

28cm high

$300–600

556

An Australian studio glass vase by

Julio Santos, 1987

with apricot flower form bands

extending down the body

15cm high

$200–300

557

A Maltese Mdina marbled red studio

glass bottle vase

with applied turquoise scrolls

engraved ‘Mdina’ to base

15cm high

$200–300

558

A group of three marbled abstract

studio glass bottle vases

each signed to base

the largest 16cm high

$200–300

559

A collection of three studio art glass

vases

including a green Murano glass vase,

and two mid-century coloured glass

vases

the largest 31cm high

$200–300

560

An opaque white studio glass vase by

Richard Morrell

with swirling turquoise decoration

signed to base

34cm high

$200–300

554

555


124

561

561

A collection of five coloured Murano

glass vases, 20th century

in tones of blue, red, green and orange

the largest 31cm high

$300–500

562

A lapis blue studio glass sphere vase

by Julio Santos, Australia, 1992

with an internal trailing feather

decoration, signed and dated to base

70cm high

$300–400

563

Three baluster form opaque art glass

vases

of dual tone colouration

the largest 26cm high

$200–300

562


125

564

564

A collection of Australian studio glass

by Michael Hook

comprising an ovoid black and white

swirled vase, a blue bowl and a brown

vase, each signed to base

the largest 17cm high

$300–400

565

A group of four Murano style glass

vases

in tones of red, blue and orange

the largest 35cm high

$300–500

565


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566

566

VICTOR GREENAWAY

(BORN 1947)

A large celadon glazed earthenware

bowl, circa 1970

impressed mark to side of base

21cm high, 44cm diameter

$200–300

567

VICTOR (VIC) GREENAWAY

(BORN 1947)

A glazed earthenware vase

impressed personal seal 1975-1993

19cm high

$300–500

568

A collection of four glazed

earthenware platters

the largest by Vic Greenaway

signed to base: Greenaway 91

and impressed mark

34/59cm diameter

$200–400

569

A glazed earthenware vase and jug

by John Campbell

vase incised to base:

John Campbell Tasmania B55M

jug incised to base:

John Campbell Tasmania 57J.

the vase 14cm high

$200–300

570

A New Zealand glazed earthenware

vase by Peter Stichbury

with a mottled celadon glaze

label to base: ‘Stoneware Pottery Peter

Stichbury 948 Great South Road,

Manurewa’

27cm high

$200–300

571

A collection of five studio pottery

vases and vessels

the largest 36cm high

$300–500

572

A large Harold Hughen glazed

earthenware platter

together with two other large glazed

earthenware platters

the largest 40cm diameter

$300–500

573

JOHN EDYE (BORN 1944)

A glazed studio pottery vase by John

Edye, Australian

impressed: JE and the Sturt Pottery

mark

17cm high

$200–300

574

An unusual studio pottery vase,

mid 20th century

impressed marks to base

29cm high

$200–300


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575

JOHN PERCEVAL (1923-200)

A glazed earthenware covered jar,

1956

of ovoid form with two handles

incised to base and inside of cover:

Perceval 1956

32cm high

$400–600

576

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957) AND STACHA

HALPERN (1919-1969)

A glazed earthenware jug

and a small pot

the pot incised: Deborah D Halpern

the jug signed: S Halpern

the jug 22cm high

$200–300

575

577

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957) AND STACHA

HALPERN (1919-1969)

two glazed earthenware bowls

one incised: D D Halpern

one signed: S Halpern 83

the largest bowl: 22cm diameter

$400–600

577


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578

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A hand painted and glazed

earthenware teapot

signed to base: D Halpern

39cm high

$400–600

579

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957) AND STACHA

HALPERN (1919-1969)

two glazed earthenware goblets and

a plate

the goblets signed to base:

Deborah Halpern and D. D Halpern

the plate signed to base: S Halpern

the largest goblet 20cm high

$600–800

578

579


129

580

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A tall glazed earthenware double teapot

signed to the leg: D D Halpern

97cm high

$2,000–3,000

581

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A painted earthenware vase

of tripod form and decorated

with foliage

signed to base: D D Halpern

13.5cm high

$150–250

582

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A glazed earthenware covered jar

signed to base: Halpern

15cm high

$200–300

583

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A glazed earthenware bowl by

Deborah Halpern, Australian

decorated in tones of black, blue and

white and initialled to base: D D H

together with a glazed earthenware

bowl by Eric Juckert

the Halpern bowl 11cm high,

22cm diameter

$200–300

584

DEBORAH HALPERN

(BORN 1957)

A green glazed earthenware vase

signed to base: Halpern

15cm high

$300–500

580


130

585

A collection of nine hand painted

slipware plates by Martin Boyd

decorated with indigenous figures,

motifs and landscapes

each incised to base:

Martin Boyd Australia

26cm diameter

$800–1,200

586

A collection of eight hand painted

slipware plates by Martin Boyd

variously decorated with figures and

landscapes

incised to base: Martin Boyd Australia

the largest 31cm diameter

$600–800

587

A glazed earthenware vase

by Kevin Boyd, 1988

ovoid form in pink tones

incised to base: Kevin Boyd 88

17cm high

$150–250

588

A large white glazed ceramic vase,

20th century

54cm high

$200–300

589

A collection of seven studio pottery

vases and vessels

comprising three tall vases, a jug vase,

a compressed ovoid vase and two

black glazed form vessels

the largest 42cm high

$200–400

585

590

A tall red and black glazed earthenware

vase by Peter Ellis

signed to base: Ellis

57cm high

$200–300

586


131

591

A large studio pottery vase

of compressed ovoid form with a

stylised mid-century design

36cm high

$200–300

592

A collection of abstract stoneware

comprising eight pieces

the largest piece 25cm high

$200–300

593

Seven glazed earthenware platters

and bowls

including a large figural bowl marked

BS (possibly for Bernard Sahm)

the largest bowl 40cm diameter

$200–300

594

A large Australian glazed earthenware

vase, 20th century

relief decorated with semi-draped

female figures, incised to the base

‘Made in Australia, cB’

48cm high

$200–300

595

A large glazed earthenware vase

by Kim Smith

of ovoid form decorated with flowers

signed and dated to base:

Kim Smith ‘94

61cm high

$250–350


132

596

VICTOR GREENAWAY

(BORN 1947)

A large earthenware form

impressed mark to base

44cm high

$300–500

597

HAROLD HUGHAN (1893-1987)

two studio pottery jugs

both signed to base

the tallest 20cm high

$300–500

598

HAROLD HUGHAN (1893-1987)

A black glazed earthenware vase

monogrammed to base

29cm high

$200–300

599

IAN SPRAGUE (1920-1994)

A tall glazed earthenware vase

in tones of brown and blue

29cm high

$250–350

600

ALAN PEASCOD (1945-2007)

An ovoid textured earthenware vase

and cover

28cm high

$300–500

601

CHRISTOPHER SANDERS

(BORN 1952)

A glazed earthenware vase

signed and dated base: Christopher

Sanders 1991

impressed mark to base: CS

21cm high

$150–250

602

A glazed earthenware vase

stamped indistinctly near base

26cm high

$200–400

596


133

603

ROBERT BARRON (BORN 1957)

A large glazed earthenware charger

signed to base: Robert Barron 2006

impressed mark: Goose Neck Pottery

(GNP)

55cm diameter

$400–600

603

604

ROBERT BARRON (BORN 1957)

A large glazed earthenware platter

signed to base: Robert B

54cm diameter

$200–300

605

MILTON MOON (1926-2019)

A glazed earthenware bowl

decorated with stylised decoration

incised to base: Milton Moon

35cm diameter

$300–500

605


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606

606

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A large glazed earthenware platter by

Reg Preston, Australian

impressed mark to base

8cm high, 46cm wide, 43cm deep

$300–500

607

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A studio pottery glazed earthenware

lidded pot

impressed mark to base

20cm high

$200–300

608

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A brown glazed earthenware kendi

signed to base: Preston

23cm high

$150–250

609

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A glazed earthenware plate

decorated with leaves and berries

signed to base: Preston

31cm diameter

$150–250

610

A collection of four glazed

earthenware vessels including

a Reg Preston vase

together with a carved wooden

sculpture

the Preston vase 24.5cm high

$200–300

611

A collection of eight Australian studio

pottery vessels and vases

including two vases by Reg Preston,

a large vase by Robert Forster, a tall

cylindrical vase by Greg Hamilton, a

bottle vase and two other vases

the largest 40cm high

$300–500


135

612

ROBIN VAN SCHILAGAARGE

An ovoid textured earthenware form

32cm high

$200–300

613

GUS McLAREN (1923-2008)

An earthenware lidded box

incised to base: Gus McLaren

17cm high

$200–300

614

A set of six turquoise glazed

earthenware goblets by Lucy Beck

incised to base: Beck

each 14cm high

$150–250

615

A large glazed earthenware bowl,

20th century

with a highly textured surface

59cm diameter

$200–300

612

615


136

616

616

A collection of six hand painted

slipware plates by Martin Boyd

variously decorated with landscapes

and figures

30cm diameter

$600–800

617

A collection of eleven hand painted

slipware plates by Martin Boyd

variously decorated fruit, figural and

landscape scenes

each incised to base:

Martin Boyd Australia

three fruit plates dated to base: 1950

18cm diameter

$500–800

618

A collection of three hand painted

slipware vases by Martin Boyd

decorated with indigenous figures

all incised to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 18cm high

$300–500

619

A hand painted slipware charger by

Martin Boyd

decorated with a sage on horseback

incised to base: Martin Boyd Australia

35cm diameter

$150–250

620

A collection of five studio pottery

bowls and vases, 20th century

including a Les Blakebrough, Sturt

Pottery platter with impressed

monograms, circa 1975

the largest 35cm high

$300–500

621

LES BLAKEBROUGH

(BORN 1932)

A large glazed earthenware lidded pot

impressed marks to base

33cm high

$200–300

617


137

626

BARBARA SWARBRICK

(BORN 1945)

A glazed earthenware dish

decorated with parrots, fruit and faces

incised to base: Barbara Swarbrick

1988

impressed mark to base

26 x 20cm

$200–400

622

An earthenware bowl and a covered jar

by Sergio Sill

incised signatures

the largest 20cm diameter

$300–500

623

A glazed textured earthenware bowl

and a lidded jar by Sergio Sill

in burnt umber terracotta tones

the plate incised to base: Sergio Sill

23cm diameter

$200–300

624

A large studio pottery form

signed to base: Judy 68

17cm high, 37cm diameter

$200–300

625

A large glazed earthenware studio

pottery platter

decorated with a ragged natural edge

55 x 52cm

$150–250

627

RUDOLF DYBKA (1935-2015)

A substantial glazed earthenware

platter

relief moulded with stylised figures on

a blue ground

stamped and inscribed lower centre:

Dybka

85cm diameter

$300–500

628

A large Italian glazed pottery

‘Chess King’ vase, 20th century

with a silver and gilt glaze,

inscribed ‘Italy’ to the base

52cm high

$200–400


138

629

SHIGEO SHIGA (ATTRIBUTED)

A tall glazed earthenware vase

incised decoration, label to base

inscribed Shigeo Shiga

43cm high

$500–900

630

630

SHUNICHI INOUE

(JAPANESE, BORN 1946)

A pale celadon glazed studio pottery vase

signed to base: S. Inoue

incised with Japanese calligraphy mark

30cm high

$400–600

631

SHIGEO SHIGA (1928-2011)

A glazed pottery bottle vase

impressed signature mark and Asuka

Pottery mark

19cm high

$300–500

632

SHIGEO SHIGA (1928-2011)

A blue glazed earthenware bowl

impressed signature mark and Asuka

Pottery mark

13.5cm high, 18cm diameter

$300–500

629


139

633

A large glazed earthenware bowl

attributed to Mitsuo Shoji

decorated with large flowers

and leaves

incised signature to base

52cm diameter

$800–1,000

633

634

SHIGEO SHIGA (1928-2011)

An earthenware bowl

impressed signature mark

and Asuka Pottery mark

21cm diameter

$400–600

634

635

SHIGEO SHIGA (1928-2011)

A large glazed earthenware vase

ovoid with a celadon and

terracotta glaze

impressed signature mark

and Asuka Pottery mark

26cm high

$400–600


140

636

636

ALLAN LOWE (1907-2001)

A glazed earthenware bowl

incised to base: Allan Lowe

33cm diameter

$300–500

637

ALLAN LOWE (1907-2001)

An aqua glazed earthenware vase

incised to base: Allan Lowe

19cm high

$400–600

638

RALPH EBERLEIN (BORN 1951)

A large glazed earthenware platter

and bowl

each decorated with classical figures

the platter signed and dated:

Eberlein 92

the bowl signed: Eberlein

the platter 57cm diameter

the bowl 42cm diameter

$300–500

637


141

639

A large Continental porcelain tureen

and cover

of boar head form with gilt and silver

scrolling acorn branches

29cm high, 45cm wide, 22cm deep

$600–800

640

PIPPIN DRYSDALE (BORN 1943)

A glazed earthenware pale blue and

green bowl, 1996

signed and dated: Pippin Drysdale ‘96

30cm diameter

$200–400

641

TOM P SANDERS (1925-2008)

A glazed earthenware stylised jug

incised to base: T P Sanders 1962

16cm high

$150–250

642

A Chinese celadon glazed vase,

20th century

of ovoid form with a continuous

overlapping leaf pattern

two character calligraphy mark to base

32cm high

$300–500

643

FIONA MURPHY (BORN 1958)

A mollusc vase, 1989

incised to base: F Murphy 89

together with a certificate of

authenticity from Artefact, Melbourne

53cm high

$300–400

644

PETER PETRUCCELLI

(1934-2013)

A glazed earthenware vase

of cylindrical form with decorated with

a stylised landscape scene

signed to base: Petruccelli

43cm high

$200–400

645

PETER PETRUCCELLI

(1934-2013)

A large glazed earthenware jar

signed and dated to base:

P Petruccelli 78

56cm high

$300–500

639


142

646

646

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

Three studio pottery plates

two decorated with indigenous figures

and one yellow glazed

two incised to base: A M Boyd

the yellow glazed plate incised to base

A M Boyd JP

23cm diameter

$500–800

647

WILLIAM MERRIC (MERRIC)

BOYD (1888-1959)

A miniature glazed earthenware

vase by Merric Boyd (1888-1959),

Australian, 1942

relief moulded with a windswept tree

incised to base: Merric Boyd 1942

5.5cm high

NOTE

For a similar example please see lot

449 of Tempus Fugit: The Collection of

George Gyori | Australian, Maritime &

Exploration

$200–300

649

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999) AND JOHN

PERCEVAL (1923-2000)

A pink and green glazed earthenware

bowl

incised to base: Perceval AMB

stamped to base: Primrose Pottery

10cm high

$300–500

650

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A pink and white domestic ware series

jug

incised to base: A M Boyd

34cm high

$300–500

651

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A glazed earthenware vase,

mug and beaker

in tones of white, yellow and black

each incised to base:

Arthur Merric Boyd, A M Boyd

the vase 20cm high

$200–300

652

A studio pottery plate by Hermia Boyd

hand painted with a foal

signed to base: Hermia Boyd

20cm diameter

$200–300

648

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A glazed earthenware ewer

on a black ground with yellow flowers

incised to base: A M Boyd

33cm high

$300–500


143

653

653

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

Three small glazed slipware vases

each colourfully decorated and

banded

each incised to base: A M Boyd

11cm high

$400–800

654

DAVID BOYD (1924-2011) AND

HERMIA BOYD (1931-2000)

Two green and black glazed handled

pots

incised to base: D & H Boyd

together with a covered sugar basin by

Beryl Armstrong

the largest Boyd pot 14cm high

$200–300

655

A large collection of twenty three

glazed slipware ramekins and bowls by

Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd

each incised to base: A M B or A M Boyd

the largest 11cm diameter

$200–300

656

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999) AND JOHN

PERCEVAL (1923-2000)

A glazed earthenware, lyrebird

decorated bowl

incised to based: JP AMB

30cm diameter

$600–800

657

A collection of nine hand painted

slipware plates by Guy Boyd

decorated with figures, flowers,

animals and landscapes

the largest 23cm diameter

$600–800

657


144

658

658

A large purple and turquoise glazed

earthenware charger by Ray Carlton

incised to base: Ray Carlton ‘93

50cm diameter

$200–400

659

MERRIC BOYD (1862-1940)

A blue glazed earthenware jardinière

with leaf and landscape decoration

incised to base: Merric Boyd 1948

13cm high

$400–600

659


145

660

GREG DALY (BORN 1954)

An ovoid glazed earthenware vase

signed and impressed to base:

Daly GD

20cm high

$600–800

661

GREG DALY (BORN 1954)

A glazed earthenware vase

of ovoid form with gilded and lustred

decoration

signed and stamped to base: Daly

26cm high

$300–500

662

GREG DALY (BORN 1954)

A large glazed studio pottery platter by

Greg Daly, Australian, 1988

signed and dated to base: Daly 88

43cm diameter

$150–250

660

663

GREG DALY (BORN 1954)

A matt glazed studio pottery vase

green toned, free form earthenware

vase

signed to base: Daly

36cm high

$200–300

664

A collection four studio pottery

dishes

comprising a platter by Greg Daly,

a large dish and two bowls

the largest 37cm diameter

$200–300

661


146

665

A large collection of glazed slipware

ramekins and dishes by Martin Boyd

and Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd

variously signed: A M Boyd

and Martin Boyd

the largest 13cm diameter

$400–600

666

A collection of thirteen studio pottery

plates by Guy Boyd

decorated with flora and fauna,

portraits and landscapes

twelve incised to base: Guy Boyd,

one stamped to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 14cm diameter

$300–400

667

A collection of eight hand painted

slipware plates by Guy Boyd

decorated with figures, landscapes

and flowers

the largest 19cm diameter

$300–500

668

A hand painted slipware plate and

a collection of seven hand painted

slipware bowls by Guy Boyd

the plate decorated with an indigenous

landscape and the bowls decorated

with Australian fauna

each incised to base: Guy Boyd

the plate 30cm diameter

$300–500

669

ELLEN HANSA-STANYER

(BORN 1942)

A glazed earthenware vase

of ovoid form with white moulding

incised to base: Ellen Stanyer 76

18cm high

$200–400

670

TED SECOMBE (BORN 1957)

A circular glazed earthenware box

incised to base

15cm diameter

$300–500

671

PAUL DAVIS (BORN 1955)

A glazed earthenware square section

bottle vase

in tones of black and black

48cm high

$150–250

672

A large continental glazed earthenware

ewer, probably Italian

decorated with a continuous frieze of

leafy fruiting branches

51cm high

$300–500

665


147

673

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A navy and white domestic ware series

jug

incised to base: A M Boyd

32cm high

$300–500

674

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A group of five glazed earthenware

dishes and vessels

the plate decorated with an indigenous

figure

all variously signed: A M Boyd

the plate 18cm diameter

$150–250

675

A large glazed earthenware floor

vase

with lily in blue, white and green

tones

68cm high

$250–350

676

A large blue glazed earthenware vase,

20th century

68.5cm high

$200–300

677

A large glazed earthenware

vase, 20th century

incised illegibly to the base

52cm high

$300–500

673


148

678

678

A glazed earthenware charger by

Alexandra Copeland

decorated with with frogs and verse

signed and dated to base: Alexandra

Copeland 9/8/1988

40cm diameter

$400–600

679

A collection of six hand painted

slipware plates and bowls

by Martin Boyd

decorated with international themed

landscapes and figures

the plates incised to base:

Martin Boyd 1950

the bowls incised to base:

Martin Boyd Australia

25cm diameter (each)

$400–600

679


149

680

A German Mettlach porcelain cameo

charger after Jean Baptiste Stahl,

Bonn, circa 1860

depicting a Greek goddess and

attendants

impressed factory marks marks:

Mttlach, Ges. Gesch, 2443, 01

46cm diameter

$200–300

681

A large glazed earthenware studio

pottery vase

with an aged bronze patina

40cm high

$150–250

682

A collection of eight glazed

earthenware studio pottery vases

the largest 37cm high

$200–300

680

683

KLYTIE PATE (1912-2010)

A glazed earthenware covered bowl

incised to base: Klytie Pate

19cm high

$300–500

684

A collection of seven studio pottery

vases

of various forms

together with a brown glazed pot

the largest 35cm high

$200–300

685

A collection of eleven studio pottery

vessels, vases, jugs and forms

the largest 31cm high

$300–500

683


150

686

A collection of five silver and metal

capped walking canes, first half

20th century

comprising two silver topped walking

canes with scrolled decoration,

London, 190, one London, 1929 by

Henry Thomas & Co, and three other

metal topped canes

the largest 92cm

$200–300

687

A Sevres style ball finial fiddleback

blackwood walking cane

the gilded royal blue ground painted

with a cartouche of two cherubs

94cm long

$200–300

688

A Chinese cloisonné ball handled

walking cane

94cm long

$120–180

689

A 9 carat gold handled walking stick,

Birmingham 1911

gold marks stamped to the base of

the handle

90.5cm high

$200–300

690

A stainless set cutlery set for twelve

including forks, knives, table spoons,

tea spoons, cake servers, salad

servers and assorted knives and bottle

stoppers

$200–400

691

A collection of ivory handled walking

canes, London, late 19th/20th century

two canes made of macassar and

the walking stick with a silver band

engraved ‘TO VA’

the longest stick 92cm long

$200–300

692

Five sterling silver and metal mounted

walking sticks, including one by

Thomas Bishton, London, 1923

two with polished horn handles

the longest 92cm

$200–300

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693

An Art Nouveau silver handle

ebonised walking stick by C L Schutz

of Germany and three metal handled

walking sticks

the Art Nouveau stick handle engraved

to the back ‘Ohloff’

the longest 93cm

$200–300

694

A collection of carved wood walking

sticks and canes

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 97cm

$100–200

695

A collection of walking sticks including

four silver mounted horn handled

walking sticks, English, circa 1910

comprising fifteen pieces including a

cork walking cane

the largest 93cm

$300–500

696

A collection of walking sticks including

burr walnut, silver mounted horn and

ebonised wood

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 100cm

$200–300

697

A collection of bent wood walking

sticks, including Macassar ebony

and birch

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 100cm

$100–200

698

A collection of bent wood walking

sticks and walking canes

including a silver mounted horn

handled walking cane

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 92cm

$100–200

693


152

699

A collection of five sterling silver

and metal mounted walking canes,

19th century and later

including Charles Weeden, London,

1876

the largest 87cm long

$200–300

700

A 15 carat rose gold pommel handled

walking stick

engraved ‘Dr E.J.Mc Cardell’

80cm long

$200–300

701

A collection of carved wood

walking canes

comprising five pieces

the largest 92cm long

$100–200

702

A collection of walking sticks and

canes

including a silver mounted ‘Bohemian

Club Reward’ walking stick, and

specimens of fiddleback blackwood

and Macassar ebony

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 93cm

$300–400

703

A large collection of walking sticks

and canes

comprising twelve pieces

including three with bone handles,

three silver mounted and a fiddleback

blackwood walking stick

the longest 93cm

$200–300

704

Three silver mounted bone handle

walking sticks, late 19th century,

together with various walking canes

and sticks

comprising nine pieces

the buckle cuffed stick by

J Howell & Co Ltd, Birmingham, 1901

the Indian brass handled cane 94cm

long

$200–300

705

A silver and faceted crystal

mounted cane by Ernest Lory,

London, circa 1904

together with a carved ebony

walking stick and six other various

walking sticks

the longest 93cm

$100–200

699 700


153

706

A Continental silver erotic figural

handled walking stick

designed in the form of a reclining

woman and a dove

90cm long

$200–300

707

A walking stick with the silver handle

designed as a reclining female figure

92cm long

$200–300

708

A nine carat rose gold tipped handle

walking cane

81cm long

$120–180

709

Five sterling silver and metal mounted

walking canes, circa 1900

one marked Birmingham 1900 and

four others including Indian silver

96cm

$200–300

710

A large shell inlaid ebonised walking

stick with a figural handle, together

with two other carved sticks

the ebonised walking stick with an

elephant and cobra form handle

the longest 95cm

$100–200

711

A sterling silver hoof handle walking

stick and a collection of bone and

carved wood handle walking sticks

comprising eight pieces

the horse hoof stick by

Swain & Adeney, London

the longest 93cm

$200–300

712

A faceted ivory and tortoiseshell

walking cane

topped with with an Indian ivory

knopped handle

$120–180

713

A collection of sterling silver pommel

handled walking canes with various

inscriptions, including one by John

Henry Rawlings, London, 1889

comprising eight pieces

the longest cane 93cm long

$300–400

714

A snakeskin walking stick, an ebonised

elephant handle walking stick with five

antler handled walking sticks

including a simulated bamboo stick

comprising eight pieces

the longest 97cm

$100–200

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715

A collection of five silver handled

walking canes, 19th century and later

one decorated with two dog heads

and a buckle, one of an owl, one

marked London, 1909 by J Howell &

Co and one marked London 1885

the longest 92cm

$200–300

716

A walking cane with a bronze bust of a

young indigenous man handle

engraved monogram AD

92cm long

$200–400

717

A semi-precious gem set carved ivory

elephant handled walking cane, Indian,

late 19th century

the stick ebonised with a gilded plate

engraved ‘D. Packett Moulden’

92cm

$300–500

718

An ebonised carved monkey handle

walking stick and three faux ivory finial

walking canes

the three finials modelled as an owl,

a dog and a two faced ghoul

the largest 93cm

$200–300

719

A copper mounted thornwood walking

stick with a snuff compartment and

spirit flask segment, together with

another cane and walking stick

the largest 89cm long

$150–250

720

A large Italian glazed pottery

‘Chess King’ vase, 20th century

with a silver and gilt glaze, inscribed

‘Italy’ to the base

52cm high

$120–180

721

Three Australian fiddleback blackwood

walking sticks

the horn handled cane carved

with a bird

the longest cane 89cm long

$100–200

722

A collection of various riding

crops, swagger sticks and canes,

19th century and later

comprising fifteen pieces

the largest 83cm long

$100–200

723

Two unusual walking sticks and a cane,

late 19th century

comprising a whale tooth handled

ebony walking stick, a polished

jade handled walking stick and an

Australian silver mounted ebony and

bamboo cane, the cane engraved ‘K

Gardner of Toorak’ to the inside of the

scaled handle

the cane 94cm long

$200-300

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155

724

725

726

724

An ebonised sterling silver mounted

ivory cased baton

inscribed: ‘Presented to P. Barnet

Esq. by the Officers & Teachers of the

B.S.W.S.S NOV 1895’

Birmingham assay marks

52cm

$150–250

725

A sterling silver mounted ivory cased

baton

inscribed: ‘Presented to T.C. Webb by

the members of the Ilfracomb Coral

Society in recognition of the value they

place on his teaching. 13th Feby. 1877’

53cm

$200–300

726

A sterling silver mounted ivory cased

baton

inscribed: ‘Presented to Mr Robert

Jackson Adamstown Coral Union

in recognition of his valuaele (sic)

valuable services as Conductor’

55cm

$200–300

727

Three silver handled walking sticks,

late 19th century

including a sterling silver handled

walking stick, marked London 1899

the largest 92cm

$200–300

728

A Maori tiki motif walking stick

together with two Oceanic style staffs

the maori stick with paua shell inlay

the longest 90cm

$100–200

729

A male New Guinea Sepik River

carved and painted ceremonial figure

(meat hook)

with shells and textile

93cm long

$4,000-8,000

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730

730

A pair of Danish CH28 teak Sawbuck

chairs by Hans Wegner for Carl

Hansen, designed circa 1955

each with leather seats, stamped to

the base ‘Made in Denmark by Carl

Hansen & Son, Odense, Denmark,

Designer Hans J. Wegner’

78cm high, 73cm wide, 55cm deep

$4,000–6,000

731

A pair of Danish teak model 71 dining

chairs by Arne Hovmand Olsen for

Mogens Kold, designed 1959

each bearing a metal plate stamped

‘Craftsmanship, Made in Denmark’

$600–800

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732

A nest of three teak side tables by

Arne Hovmand Olsen for Mogens Kold,

designed circa 1960s

the largest 50cm high, 58cm wide,

39cm deep

$300–500

733

A pair of Danish teak AP-19 Papa Bear

armchairs, designed by Hans Wegner

for A. P. Stolen, circa 1951

each with original green fabric

upholstery, stamped ‘Made in

Denmark, Designer: Hans J. Wegner,

A. P. Stolen, Copenhagen’

99cm high

$12,000–15,000

732

734

A Scandinavian teak lounge suite,

Norway, circa 1960s

comprising an upholstered four seat

sofa and two matching arm chairs

length of back 275cm

$600–800

733


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735

A Danish teak dining suite, designed by

Jens Risom, circa 1960s

comprising an extension dining table

and six chairs, labelled to the base

‘Jens Risom Design, manufactured

under licence by William Latchford &

Sons Pty. Ltd., 50 Lexton Road, Box Hill,

E11, Victoria

74cm high, 194cm wide, 94cm deep

(closed)

$1,500–2,500

736

A Jean Lurcat Aubusson tapestry

“Le Fauteuil” (The Armchair)

tapestry signature lower left and right

label verso: ‘Le Fauteuil’ Tracen 1

Cartun de JEAN LURCAT suite P51

TABARD AUBUSSON

175cm high, 195cm wide

$800–1,200

737

A Danish teak coffee table by France

& Son, Denmark, circa 1960s

45cm high, 175cm wide, 60cm deep

$400–600

738

An Australian pottery tile top table

comprising twenty tiles set into a

hardwood table frame

tiles painted with an under water

seascape

tile lower right signed: Pat Phillips

the tiles 61cm high, 76cm wide (overall)

the table 69cm high, 81cm wide,

66cm deep

80 x 66cm

$600-900

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739

739

A set of four oak CH24 Wishbone chairs,

designed by Hans Wegner for Carl Hansen

each chair stamped ‘Made in Denmark by

Carl Hansen & Son, Odense, Denmark

$800–1,200

735


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Part III Online Auction

The Harry Oviss Collection Part III will occur as a

timed online sale, closing Tuesday 5 October, 10am

All bids are placed via the online catalogue on the Gibson’s website

and are executed immediately against the lot’s reserve, or the current

highest bid. In the case of multiple bids occurring within the last five

minutes of the close of lot, the closing time is extended for a further

five minutes. Please contact our office for further information.

740

JOHN HOWLEY (1931-2020)

Landscape 1966

mixed media

signed and dated lower left:

HOWLEY 66

29.5 x 49.5cm

$150–300

741

MAXIMILIAN FEUERRING

(1896-1985)

Mystic Plant

oil on board

signed lower right: FEUERRING

inscribed verso:

FEUERRING MYSTIC PLANT

34.5 x 39.5cm

$100–300

742

GARETH JONES-ROBERTS

(1935-2013)

Study for a Falling Man 1963

watercolour

signed, dated and titled lower left:

G Jones Robert 63

Study for a Falling Man

47 x 23.5cm

$80–150

743

FRANK WERTHER (1922-2010)

Studio Nude 1971

watercolour and gouache

signed and dated lower right:

Frank Werther 71

49.5 x 64cm

$100–250

744

NOEL TUNKS (1942-2008)

Head Study for the Christ Child

1976

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

N TUNKS 76

74.5 x 59.5cm

PROVENANCE

Australian Galleries, Melbourne

$150–250

745

JOHN HOWLEY (1931-2020)

Four Figures 1970

mixed media on paper

signed and dated lower right:

Howley 70

17 x 24cm

$100–300

746

ANTHONY (TONY) WOODS

(1940-2017)

Figures 1963

mixed media and collage

signed, dated and tiled verso:

Tony Woods 1963 Figures

38 x 48cm

$100–500

747

ANTHONY (TONY) WOODS

(1940-2017)

Studio 1967

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Woods ‘67

65.5 x 74.5cm (irregular)

$250–350

748

PAUL DELPRAT (BORN 1942)

Figure Study

oil on board

signed lower right: DELPRAT

15 x 16cm

$100–200

749

FRANK WERTHER (1922-2010)

Landscape with Thistles 1962

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

Werther 62

33 x 38.5cm

$150–250

750

PATRICIA FOARD (BORN 1935)

Foreshore 1963

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

FOARD 63

56.5 x 73cm

$100–200

751

ROBERT (BOB) BARROW

Highways and Byways

oil on canvas

inscribed verso: BOB BARROW

HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS

91 x 76cm

$100–200


161

752

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Studio Nude

oil on canvas board

signed with initials lower left: MK

49 x 39cm

$100–200

753

MORROW

Interior 1966

pencil and charcoal

signed and dated lower right:

Morrow 66

34 x 45cm

$100–300

754

ENID NANGALA GALLAGHER

Fire Dreaming

acrylic on canvas on board

61 x 69cm

PROVENANCE

Warnayaka Art Centre, NT

$100–300

755

JO DAVIDSON (BORN 1954)

Portrait

crayon and wash

inscribed verso: Jo Davidson

84.5 x 58cm

$100–200

756

PETER KIRK

Nude 1978

pencil and chalk

signed and dated lower centre:

KIRK 78

73.5 x 48cm

$100–200

757

A THOMSON

Nudes and Burning Landscape

oil and mixed media on board

signed lower right: A Thomson

43.5 x 76.5cm

$100–200

758

JENNY McMAHON

(ACTIVE 1970-1980s)

The Pink Jacket 1981

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

J A McMahon 81

90 x 82.5cm

$100–200

759

GEOFFREY GOLDIE (1921-2007)

Nude 1971

mixed media

signed and dated lower centre:

GEOFFREY GOLDIE 1971

68.5 x 43cm

$100–200

760

TERRY TAYLOR (BORN 1958)

Deidre 1985

oil on canvas

signed and dated verso:

Terry Taylor 1985

60.5 x 40.5cm

$200–300

761

JANIS KANEPS (BORN 1948)

Prometheus Bound 1965

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

J KANEPS 65

titled verso: PROMETHEUS BOUND

102 x 75cm

$100–200

762

THOMAS (TOM) FANTL

(BORN 1947)

The Cultured Jew of Melbourne

1994

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Fantl

signed, inscribed and titled verso:

FANTL 1994 THE CULTURED JEW OF

MELBOURNE

76 x 45.5cm

$150–250

763

THOMAS BUCKNELL

Interior 1979

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left:

T BUCKNELL 79

60.5 x 75.5cm

$100–300

764

DOUGLAS NORMAN

Compound Colour 1973

acrylic on paper

signed, dated and titled verso: Douglas

Norman 1973 Compound Colour

57.5 x 43cm

$100–300

765

BRIAN NASH (BORN 1942)

The Storm

oil on board

signed lower right: Brian Nash

50 x 75.5cm

$100–200

766

ALLEN DAVID (1926-2014)

Totem

oil on board

inscribed verso: ALLEN DAVID

91 x 61cm

$100–300

767

HUGH (GIL) JAMIESON

(1934-1992)

Portrait of Matthew

oil on board

signed lower right: GIL

74.5 x 54.5cm

$100–300

768

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Portrait

oil on canvas

signed but illegible upper right

70 x 60cm

$100–300


162

769

MARGARET HARRISON

Snake Dreaming

acrylic on canvas board

inscribed verso: Margaret Harrison,

Snake Dreaming

42 x 52cm

$100–200

770

JOHN HOWLEY (1931-2020)

Anna Reading 1986

oil on paper

signed, dated and titled lower centre:

John Howley 1986 Anna Reading

50.5 x 63.5cm

$100–200

771

GEOFFREY DANCE (BORN 1930)

Nude 1996

oil on canvas

signed but illegible and dated lower

right: 96

67 x 76cm

$150–250

772

DOUGLAS WRIGHT

(BORN 1944)

The Clearing 1965

pastel

signed and dated lower right:

Wright 65

34.5 x 54.5cm

$80–120

773

JENNY McMAHON (ACTIVE

1970-1980s)

Portrait of a Girl 1981

oil on canvas

signed and dated centre right:

J A McMahon 81

60 x 60cm

$100–200

774

GREG DOYLE

The Hat 1987

oil on paper

signed and dated lower left:

G DOYLE ‘87

57 x 41.5cm

$100–200

775

ASHER BILU (BORN 1936)

Untitled

mixed media

inscribed verso: Bilu

64 x 55cm

$100–300

776

ARTIST UNKNOWN

The Crucifixion

oil on board

signed but illegible lower right

60 x 44cm

$150–250

777

RAFAEL GURVICH (BORN 1949)

Portrait 1974

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

Gurvich 74

37 x 30cm

$100–200

778

GEORGE JOHNSON

(BORN 1926)

Nimbus

mixed media

signed lower right: G Johnson

32.5 x 38.5cm

$200–300

779

JOHN GRAEME

Abstract

oil on board

inscribed verso: JOHN GRAEME

48.5 x 39cm

$80–150

780

ANNE HALL (BORN 1945)

Portrait 1974

oil on canvas

signed and dated centre left:

Anne Hall 74

51 x 41cm

$150–250

781

M MURRAY WILCOX

Summer Daze

oil on board

signed lower right: M MURRAY WILCOX

21 x 29.5cm

$100–300

782

MAX HURLEY (1938-2019)

Tearaway 1966

oil on board

signed and dated lower left:

MAX HURLEY 66

29.5 x 19cm

$100–300

783

JENNIE BOYLE (ACTIVE 1980s)

Nude

oil on paper

signed lower right: Jennie M Boyle

49 x 65.5cm

$100–300

784

POLLY COURTIN (BORN 1951)

Head Study 1988

oil on paper

signed and dated lower left:

Polly Courtin 88

76 x 66cm

$100–200

785

BRIAN NASH (BORN 1942)

Nude

oil on board

signed lower right: Brian Nash

23.5 x 39.5cm

$100–200


163

786

THOMAS (TOM) FANTL

(BORN 1947)

Corner Seat 1971

mixed media

signed and dated lower right:

TOM FANTL 1971

46.5 x 33cm

$100–200

787

GEORGE DE NEMES

(1909-1997)

Circus

oil on canvas board

signed upper right:

GEORGE DE NEMES

29.5 x 24cm

$100–200

788

IAN ARMSTRONG (1923-2005)

Young Girl 1970

gouache and watercolour

signed and dated lower left:

Ian Armstrong 70

35.5 x 24.5cm

$100–300

789

ROBIN ANGWIN (1947-1976)

Young Pipe Container, Crushed

Container and Assembly 1972

three lithographs

each signed, dated, titled and

editioned on margin

59.5 x 49.5cm (each)

$150–300

790

GREGORY (GREG) MALLYON

(BORN 1954)

Lifsavers 1984

gouache

signed and dated lower right:

GREG MALLYON 84

19.5 x 19.5cm

$100–200

791

S SMITH

Street Figure 1982

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower right:

S SMITH 82

49.5 x 39.5cm

$100–300

792

D HALL

Seaside Vista

acrylic on paper

signed with initial lower right: H

49 x 62.5cm

$100–300

793

GREG IRVINE (BORN 1947)

Monkey

watercolour and ink

signed with initials lower right: GI

75 x 55cm

$100–300

794

PAUL LAURIE (1928-2012)

An Event

oil on board

signed lower right: Laurie Paul

47 x 59.5cm

$100–300

795

RODNEY MILGATE (1934-2015)

Human Image

serigraph

inscribed verso: Rodney Millgate

65 x 52cm

$100–200

796

MARTIN EVERETT

Two Bats 1983

mixed media

signed and dated verso: EVERETT 83

25 x 35cm

$100–300

797

IAN ARMSTRONG (1923-2005)

Thinking Man

gouache and watercolour

signed lower right: Ian Armstrong

23.5 x 11cm

$100–200

798

MICHAEL KITCHING

(1940-2019)

Nevada 1967

collage and mixed media

signed, dated and titled lower right:

Kitching 67 Nevada

34.5 x 34.5cm

$100–300

799

FRANK WERTHER (1922-2010)

In Memory of Kim 1980

oil on board

signed, dated and titled

lower left and upper centre:

Werther 1980 IN MEMORY OF KIM

50 x 60cm

$100–300

800

JAMES (JIM) PATERSON

(BORN 1944)

Nocturne Docks 1984

oil on canvas on board

signed and dated verso:

Jim Paterson 84

30.5 x 36cm

$150–250

801

MICHAEL (MIKE) BROWN

(1938-1997)

Untitled 1966

ink on paper

signed and dated lower right:

Mike Brown 66

36.5 x 46.5cm

$150–300


164

802

JOHN SKEAPING (1901-1980)

Deer

drawing

signed lower right: JR Skeaping

36.5 x 30cm

$100–300

803

JAKUMARRA

(OF THE WESTERN DESERT)

How the Snake got his Black

Head circa 1995

acrylic on canvas on board

32 x 27.5cm

$100–200

804

ALLEN DAVID (1926-2014)

Abstract 1980

mixed media

signed and dated lower right:

Allen David 1980

40 x 22.5cm

$100–200

805

GARETH JONES-ROBERTS

(1935-2013)

Head Study

oil on board

signed lower right: G Jones Roberts

35 x 25cm

$100–200

806

K BERGEN

Figures 1978

oil on canvas

signed and dated lower left: Bergen 78

61 x 50.5cm

$100–200

807

JOHN BAYTON

The Jonah Series No. 7

oil on canvas

signed lower left: Bayton

90 x 60cm

$100–300

808

JOHN HOWLEY (1931-2020)

The Time Machine, Phallic

Computer and Figures

two ink drawings and a mixed media

each signed and inscribed on image:

Howley

10 x 22cm, 24 x 25cm, 28 x 38cm

$150–350

809

VIOLA BROMLEY (BORN 1915)

Red Landscape

oil on canvas on board

signed lower left: V Bromley

signed and titled verso:

Viola Bromley Red Landscape

30 x 37.5cm

$100–200

810

ANGUS JONES (BORN 1962)

Arabesque of an Idiots Boat Trip

1986

oil on board

signed, dated and titled verso:

ANGUS JONES 1986 ARABESQUE OF

AN IDIOTS BOAT TRIP

49.5 x 38.5cm

$200–400

811

CLEM MILLWARD (BORN 1929)

Nocturne

oil on board

signed and titled verso:

CLEM MILLWARD NOCTURNE

11 x 21cm

$80–120

812

GEORGINA BEIER (BORN 1938)

Papua New Guinea 1975

mixed media

signed, dated and titled lower right:

Georgina Beier June 75 Papua New

Guinea

30.5 x 46cm

$100–300

813

JOHN ASHWORTH (1915-1979)

Composition 1960

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

J Ashworth 60

60 x 50cm

$100–300

814

JOY PECK (1928-2008)

Memories of Childhood

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Joy Peck

61 x 76cm

$100–300

815

AUOTRUA MOM

Houses 1976

oil on canvas

signed lower right: Auotrua Mom

59 x 59cm

$100–200

816

SONYA WEINFELD

(ACTIVE 1960-1980)

Village Gathering

oil on paper

signed lower left: Sonya Weinfeld

49.5 x 59cm

$100–200

817

JOHN LANDY

Two Studies

two pastel and crayon on paper

each signed lower right: John Landy

21 x 24cm and 21 x 28cm

$100–200

818

IRENE AMOS (1927-2012)

Farewell

mixed media

inscribed verso: Irene Amos

62 x 49.5cm

$100–300


165

819

FRANCIS ROY THOMPSON

(1896-1966)

Old House, Adelaide Hills

oil on canvas on board

signed lower right:

Francis Roy Thompson

31.5 x 37cm

$200–400

820

DE KOONING

Winter Scene

oil on board

signed lower left: De Kooning

19 x 23.5cm

$150–250

821

ANDREW SOUTHALL

(BORN 1947)

Stanhope Street 1982

oil on canvas

signed with initials lower right: AS

signed and dated verso: Southall 82

39 x 59.5cm

$150–350

822

LAWRENCE ALCOCK

Circus Players 1958

oil on board

signed and dated lower left:

LAWRENCE ALCOCK 58

50 x 42.5cm

$100–200

823

M MORIARTY

Profile 1961

oil on board

signed and dated lower right:

M Moriaty 61

40.5 x 30.5cm

$50–150

824

ARTIST UNKNOWN

European Street Scene

oil on board

signed with initials lower left: J N

45 x 28cm

$100–300

825

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Festival 1984

oil on paper

signed but illegible and dated lower

right: 84

28 x 34.5cm

$150–250

826

W HILL

The Bikie’s 1961

oil on paper

signed, dated and titled lower left and

right: W Hill 61 THE BIKES

74 x 54cm

$200–400

827

A collection of fifteen prints, oil

paintings, watercolours and ceramic

reliefs

$150–250

828

A collection of nine paintings oil

paintings, watercolours and prints

$100–300

829

A collection of twelve paintings oil

paintings, watercolours and prints

$150–250

830

A collection of sixteen prints, oil

paintings, watercolours and drawings

$200–400

831

A collection of six oil paintings

$200–400

832

A collection of thirteen oil paintings,

prints and glass relief

$150–300

833

A collection of twelve prints,

oil paintings, watercolours and

embroideries

$100–300

834

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Lovers

composite resin

26.5cm high

$100–300

835

AFRICAN SCHOOL

African Head

stone

signed with initials on base: FM

15cm high, 18cm wide, 9cm deep

$40–60

836

LLOYD ORTON (1918-1996)

Nude 1992

wood

signed and dated on base: ORTON 92

37.5cm high

$100–300

837

MARC CLARK (BORN 1923)

Face

bronze

22cm high, 17.5cm wide, 8.5cm deep

$150–250

838

COLSON

Reclining Figure 1972

bronze

signed and dated on base: Colson 72

8cm high, 16cm wide, 4.5cm deep

$100–200


166

839

GARRY BISH (BORN 1950)

Female Bust

terracotta

incised with initial on base: B

40cm high, 55cm wide, 13cm deep

$150–250

840

STAN SLY

Figure 1967

terracotta

incised and dated on base:

STAN SLY 9/67

34cm high

$40–60

841

G LIGNIERES

Abstract Tower

metal

45.5cm high, 24.5cm wide,

23.5cm deep

$200–400

842

ARTIST UNKNOWN

The Birth

bronze

24cm high, 19.5cm wide, 2cm deep

$100–300

843

SARAH SAARONI

Girl Reading 1987

bronze

signed and dated: S Saanroni 87

8.5cm high, 29cm wide, 8.5cm deep

$200–400

844

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Two Figures

bronze

incised on base: H K

23.5cm high

$150–250

845

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Head of a Boy

terracotta

18cm high, 12.5cm wide, 15.5cm deep

$80–120

846

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Nude Figure

terracotta

46cm high, 49cm wide, 24cm deep

$150–300

847

PETER TAYLOR

Orange Mask

painted metal and wire

30cm high, 26.5cm wide, 17.5cm deep

$100–200

848

JEFFREY WILKINSON

Head of a Man

bronze

incised on base: JEFFREY WILKINSON

22cm high, 19cm wide, 10.5cm

$150–350

849

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Seated woman

bronze

incised with initials on base

24cm high, 18cm wide, 6cm deep

$100–200

850

DANIEL WOLLMERING

Abstract

painted bronze

signed on base: WOLLMERING

86cm high, 80cm wide, 19.5cm deep

$200–400

851

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Mother and Child

bronze

incised on base with monogram

15.5cm high, 19.5cm wide, 5cm deep

$150–250

852

ROBERT LANGLEY (BORN 1929)

Lovers

bronze

incised on base: Robert Langley

32.5cm high

$150–350

853

ROBERT LANGLEY (BORN 1929)

Seated Figure 1967

terracotta

incised and dated on base:

Robert Langley 1967

21cm high, 20cm wide, 12.5cm deep

$60–150

854

ARTISTS UNKNOWN

Two sculptures

metal

36cm high and 37cm high

$200–400

855

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Untitled

welded steel

45cm high, 55.5cm wide, 38.5cm deep

$100–300

856

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Mother and Child on Chair

metal

29cm high, 37cm wide, 15.5cm deep

$80–150


167

857

RAYMON PARMENTER

Male Dancer

bronze

incised, dated and editioned Raymon

Parmenter 1988 3/74

66cm high, 52cm wide, 20cm deep

$100–300

858

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Asian Figure, Duck, Owl Abstract

Form and Standing Figure

a collection of four small sculptures

clay, tin, metal

7–19cm high (size various)

$60–100

859

VARIOUS ARTISTS

African Head, Bust of Lindon

B. Johnson, Rising Figure

terracotta, clay and glazed terracotta

1 signed J Mason

22.5–29cm (various size)

$200–400

860

VARIOUS ARTISTS

A Standing Figure, Apple, Rose,

Girl on Rock, Horseman and Nude

with Bell

metal, stone, tin, bronze, silver

43cm high Standing Figure

$100–300

861

VARIOUS ARTISTS

Untitled Form, Two Figurative,

Duck and Head

a group of five sculptures

wood, metal, ceramic

untitled form signed: R Harris

17–58cm high (various sizes)

$100–300

862

MORTON STUDIO

Two Hanging Wall Sculptures

metal, ceramic and glass

106cm high, 31cm wide, 5cm deep and

155cm high, 23cm wide, 5.5cm deep

$200–300

863

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Standing Form 1969

bronze

incised but illegible and dated on base:

1969

21cm high

$150–250

864

A collection of eight multicoloured

goblets and glasses

the largest 16cm high

$50–80

865

A pair of Austrian Moser clear faceted

glass goblets

etched ‘Moser’ mark to base

13.5cm high

$100–200

866

Three glass goblets

together with four coloured glass

sculptures including a blown glass

iridescent star fish, a striped tulip vase

and two modelled as fish

the largest piece 19.5cm high

$100–200

867

A collection of five glass goblets

the largest 16cm high

$50–100

868

An Australian frosted magenta studio

glass vase by Patrick De Sumo, 1991

with applied vertical tentacles and a

white rim, signed and dated ‘De Sumo

0.11.91’ to base

17cm high

$200–300

869

A collection of six small art glass vases

the largest 15cm high

$200–300

870

Three large art glass bowls

the largest 37cm diameter

$200–300

871

A large cameo glass vase, in the style

of Emile Gallé

relief decorated with fruiting branches

on a pale yellow ground, signed ‘Le

Nancy’

29cm high

$400–600

872

A large emerald green glass platter,

20th century

with etched ship mark to base

36cm diameter

$100–200

873

A collection of six coloured art glass

bowls

including Murano and Kosta Boda

the largest 16cm diameter

$100–200

874

A white ground art glass vase

with green and blue swirled decoration

30cm diameter

$50–100

875

A group of three art glass vases

two in the Murano style and a

serpentine rim lustred vase

the largest 28cm high

$100–200

876

An Art Nouveau green lustre vase

with delicate gilt flowers painted to

the frieze

12cm high

$100–200


168

877

A large red ground art glass pitcher,

20th century

24cm high

$200–300

878

A large dimpled metallic blue glass

twin handled urn with silvered rim

34cm high

$100–200

879

An orange art glass light shade,

circa 1970

21cm high

$100–200

880

A textured lustre art glass vase,

20th century

26cm high

$100–200

881

A tall glass goblet vase

29cm high

$50–100

882

Two art glass bottle vases,

20th century

the largest 24cm high

$100–200

883

An amber art glass vase, second half

20th century

12cm high

$100–200

884

A slumped banded agate art glass

vase

12cm high

$200–300

885

An opaque white art glass vase

with applied swirling

21cm high

$100–200

886

An opalescent studio glass vase by

Cape Byron Hot Glass, Australia, 1989

with a gold hued splash form base,

signed and dated ‘CBHg 89’ to base

with gold paper trade label

12cm high

$100–200

887

An Australian studio glass vase by

Peter Crisp

of flower form in tones of cobalt blue,

labelled to base

20cm high

$50–100

888

An art glass vase, 20th century

with mottled orange and maroon

decoration

14cm high

$100–200

889

A vintage Caithness etched glass

Autumn Leaves vase, 1981

titled and signed ‘SR 81’ to base

23cm high

$50–100

890

An art glass vase

decorated with swirls of blue, amber

and opaque white

14cm high

$100–200

891

A contemporary blue banded glass

decanter

26cm high

$100–200

892

An opaque white and ochre art glass

vase

19cm high

$100–200

893

Two tall turquoise ground glass vases

28cm high

$50–100

894

A tall opaque white ground art glass

vase

with cobalt and tan ‘pulled feather’

decoration

37cm high

$50–100

895

An opaque grey art glass vase

of spherical form with pink banding

16cm high

$50–100

896

A frosted white glass vase

with a ripple edge, etched with flowers

25cm high

$50–100

897

A grey ground art glass vase

with applied swirl decoration to the

neck

24cm high

$100–200

898

A 19th century glass torpedo soda

bottle,

with moulded lettering ‘MILE END’

22cm

$80–150

899

A gold flecked purple art glass bowl

29cm diameter

$50–100

900

An amber art glass bowl, circa 1983

etched initials ‘BEH 83’ and ‘JS’ to

base

14cm high

$100–200

901

A tall red Murano glass goblet vase

30cm high

$60–100


169

902

A collection of three glass ornaments

the glass prism signed Bernini

the largest 28cm high

$100–200

903

Three Australian studio glass goblets

with coloured bowls and petals

signed to base

20cm high

$200–300

904

Two Australian studio glass pal goblets

initialled TNG to base

22cm high

$100–200

905

Two Australian studio glass goblets by

David Herbert

the largest 22cm high

$100–200

906

A glass goblet and a vase

by Don Wreford, 1982

the vase signed and dated ‘82’

the largest 21cm high

$200–300

907

A Venetian ‘Carnevale’ glass goblet

incised to base ‘Carnevale 2/91’

16cm high

$100–200

908

A pair of orange lustre Tiffany style

glass goblets

31cm high

$150–250

909

A group of three lily form glass bud

vases, 20th century

one green striped, one white flecked

and a Loetz style iridescent vase

12cm high

$100–200

910

A collection of glass ornaments

comprising seven pieces

the largest 16cm high

$100–200

911

A gold flecked amethyst glass vase

26cm high

$100–200

912

A collection of six coloured glass vases

the largest 26cm high

$200–300

913

A yellow lustre studio glass bottle vase

signed to base

19cm high

$100–200

914

An art glass handkerchief vase

the opaque white body with red and

black swirled decoration

23cm high

$200–300

915

A collection of four coloured art glass

bowls and vases

the largest 37cm wide

$100–200

916

A collection of coloured glass bowls,

including Murano

the largest 21cm wide

$200–300

917

A purple lustre studio glass bowl, 1981

signed, numbered and dated to base

29cm diameter

$100–200

918

A group of four coloured glass bowls

including Murano

the largest 24cm wide

$150–250

919

A large ovoid coloured glass shade

32cm diameter

$40–60

920

A collection of eight coloured art glass

vases and ornaments

the largest 14cm high

$300–400

921

Three coloured glass vessels,

20th century

comprising two vases and a banded

amber glass sphere vase

the largest 24cm high

$50–100

922

An orange cased glass vase

22cm high

$120–250

923

A tall green art glass vase

30cm high

$100–200

924

A feathered blue ground art glass vase,

20th century

23cm high

$200–300

925

Three art glass bowls

comprising a Murano red and green

swirl bowl, a blue and white serpentine

rim bowl and a yellow and opaque

glass bowl

the largest 28cm diameter

$200–300

926

An opaque white studio vase by Karl

Bengt for Kosta Boda

signed to base

24cm high

$150–250


170

927

A studio glass vase, probably Murano

gold splashed in tones of blue and

mauve

together with a milk glass vase

studio glass vase 17cm high

$100–200

928

A slender gold striped blue vase,

possibly Murano

21cm high

$100–200

929

An ovoid art glass vase

in tones of yellow, white and blue

11cm high

$100–200

930

A purple lustre art glass vase

18cm high

$100–200

931

A black and white art glass vase

signed to base

23cm high

$100–200

932

A yellow and pink art glass vase

21cm high

$50–100

933

An orange and white art glass vase

32cm high

$100–200

934

A mushroom form amber art glass

vase

30cm high

$100–200

935

A collection of five various glass vases

the largest 14cm high

$100–200

936

A Murano style glass vase

25cm high

$200–300

937

An amethyst ground art glass vase

18cm high

$100–200

938

A green uranium glass sculpture,

circa 1930

moulded as two children

24cm high

$40–60

939

A green glass studio vase, Adelaide,

1980

engraved to base

17cm high

$50–100

940

An art glass vase, circa 1980

of tapering cylindrical form with yellow

relief moulded banding

20cm high

$100–200

941

A purple lustre art glass vase

signed illegibly to the base

29cm high

$200–300

942

A studio glass lustre vase by Colin

Heaney

signed to base

18cm high

$200–300

943

A blue lustre studio glass vase, by

Cape Byron Hot Glass

decorated in iridescent blue with

swimming fish, initialled to base

19cm high

$50–100

944

An Australian studio glass amber

cylinder vase by Richard Morell

with a flared rim, signed ‘R Morell’ to

base

20cm high

$100–200

945

A large aqua glass bottle vase

41cm high

$50–100

946

An Australian studio glass bottle vase

by Samuel Herman, 1975

of stylised form in tones of opaque

yellow, incised to base Samuel Herman

1975 SA239

20cm high

$200–300

947

A large Australian studio pale green

ovoid glass vase by Sam Herman, with

brown dotted and scrolling decoration,

signed and dated, 1976

26cm high

$150–250

948

An opalescent studio glass bottle vase

by Sam Herman, Australia

with opaque brown speckles scrolling

across the body, etched ‘Herman’ to

base

16cm high

$150–250

949

A studio glass bottle vase by Sam

Herman, 1976

with metallic brown and blue bubble

decoration

signed and dated ‘Herman 1976’ to

base

13cm high

$150–250

950

Two red art glass vases

one with with white swirled application

the tallest 25cm high

$150–250


171

951

A white swirled baluster art glass vase

together with a white column vase

the largest 27cm high

$100–200

952

A pale blue frill neck blown glass vase

with yellow, brown and blue swirling up

from the base

20cm high

$100–150

953

An ovoid pink crackle glass vase

19cm high

$50–100

954

A blue and purple crackle textured art

glass bowl vase

21cm diameter

$100–200

955

An ovoid glass vase with all over dark

blue and yellow scrolling decoration

25cm high

$100–200

956

An opaque white with marbled red and

blue tendrils bottle vase

18cm high

$50–100

957

An art glass sculpture

of stylised swirling form in tones of

blue, green and red

25cm high

$150–250

958

An opaque yellow glass straight sided

vase

19cm high

$50–100

959

A cloudy yellow urn form glass vase

31cm high

$50–100

960

A tulip goblet together with an applied

flower vase

the goblet titled, editioned and dated

to base

the largest 21cm high

$100–200

961

Two hand blown bottle vases and a

crystal bowl by Orrefors

the largest vase 26cm high

$100–200

962

An electric orange ripple moulded

translucent glass vase, circa 1970

25cm high

$100–200

963

A smoky glass cylinder art glass vase

with abstract aqua striping

17cm high

$100–200

964

An opaque glass vase with all over

orange, yellow and black scrolling

decoration

25cm high

$100–200

965

A Mdina sulphur green glass ball

stopper decanter, Maltese, circa 1970

scrolled band, etched mark

28cm high

$100–200

966

An art glass vase

of clear glass form with mottled

decoration

24cm high

$100–200

967

A Murano style glass vase,

20th century

in tones of blue and purple with a

flared rim

38cm high

$100–200

968

Two lapis blue Moncrieff style

speckled glass vases

the largest 30cm high

$100–200

969

A frosted art glass slab vase with

silvered sprays of leaves

24cm high

$50–100

970

An orange and brown striped opaque

white art glass vase

33cm high

$100–200

971

Three amber glass vases, circa 1960

the largest 26cm high

$100–200

972

A tall opaque orange baluster vase

with marbled decoration

43cm high

$120–180

973

A group of three moulded art glass

bowls, Italian, circa 1980

including one Murano

the largest 26cm wide

$100–200

974

A large slender clear green art glass

bottle vase

77cm high

$100–200

975

A long marbled red and white glass

platter

42cm wide

$50–100

976

A maroon pulled feather pattern glass

vase

23cm high

$50–100


172

977

A studio glass vase by J H White, 1996

of baluster form in tones of yellow

and blue

signed and dated to base

21cm high

$120–180

978

An opaque green and clear glass

moulded vase, 20th century

signed to base

36cm high

$100–200

979

A tall opaque pale blue art glass vase

on circular foot with moulded scrolling

tulip rim

49cm high

$100–200

980

A large blown glass purple conch shell

vase

24cm wide

$100–200

981

An Australian studio clear glass

decanter and ball stopper by Julio

Santos

signed to base

34cm high

$120–180

982

A handblown silver, grey and brown

swirled glass vase

engraved ‘E25’ to the base

17cm high

$100–200

983

Two striped opaque glass conical

vases

the largest 21cm high

$50–100

984

A Whitefriars style rectangular water

textured blue vase

20cm high

$50–100

985

An opaque moulded glass goblet

the stem moulded in a clown face, in

tones of pink, yellow and aqua

25cm high

$100–200

986

A lapis blue glass with yellow rim

trumpet vase

signed to base

27cm high

$100–200

987

A flared form green glass art glass

vase

29cm high

$60–100

988

A conical glass vase

with mottled white and black

decoration

10cm high

$60–100

989

Three ovoid glass vases

in various colours of green, orange

and white

the largest 25cm high

$100–200

990

A ‘Seagull’ glass bowl by Catti

Aselius-Lidbeck for Lindshammar of

Sweden

together with two blue and white blown

glass bowls

the seagull bowl signed ‘C.A.L

Lindshammar Sweden’

the largest 15cm diameter

$100–200

991

A collection of decorative enamelled

copper dishes, circa 1970

comprising three pieces, including a

metallic orange and brown enamelled

bowl by Beth Ben Ariel, signed and

dated to base ‘Melb. ‘78’

the bowl 15cm diameter

$50–80

992

A hand blown purple and opaque white

art glass vase

16cm high

$100–200

993

A silver overlaid ovoid green art glass

vase, circa 1940

18cm high

$120–180

994

A tall Murano style translucent green

glass pointed mouth vase

45cm high

$100–200

995

A studio glass bottle form vase

of free form moulding in tones of green

27cm high

$100–200

996

A large swirling amber art glass vase

31cm high

$100–200

997

An art glass vase

of flared form in tones of orange and

white

19cm high

$100–200

998

A collection of four glass vases

in tones of green and blue

the largest 26cm high

$100–200

999

A Murano style pale green ‘splash’

form bowl

28cm high

$100–200

1000

Three coloured glass goblets

the largest 28cm high

$100–200


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1001

A studio glass translucent apricot

navette vase by Maureen Williams,

Australian, 1989

with an applied frosted glass band to

the neck

signed ‘M Williams ‘89’ to base

24cm high

$100–200

1002

An etched glass vase, circa 1950

with red banding decoration

16cm high

$80–120

1003

A large opaque with blue clouding art

glass bowl

with an applied orange geometric

motif to the front

initialled to base

27cm high

$50–100

1004

A cylindrical and lustre decorated art

glass vase

35cm high

$100–200

1005

Two speckled purple studio glass

goblets by Stephen Morris

together with a burgundy wine glass

the largest 21cm high

$100–200

1006

A tall art glass vase

of cylindrical form with opaque twist

decoration

36cm high

$100–200

1007

An Australian studio clear blue

flattened ovoid glass vase by Tricia

Allen

signed to base

10cm high

$100–200

1008

A tall ovoid hand blown glass vase

with pink, blue, black and yellow swirls

cascading down the body

etched to base ‘Randall 2000/12’

40cm high

$100–200

1009

An Australian studio glass vase by

Richard Morrell

together with another columnar art

glass vase

the largest 39cm high

$120–180

1010

An Australian studio speckled glass

urn vase by Richard Morrell

signed to base ‘Morell’

11cm high

$120–180

1011

A mottled blue and clear glass striped

vase

signed to base: C Pachents 95

15cm high

$50–100

1012

A ruby speckled handblown glass bud

vase by Glen Pattrick, 1992

together with an iridescent bowl and

an art glass goblet

the goblet 20cm high

$100–200

1013

A cobalt sphere glass vase with an

opaque yellow everted mouth

16cm high

$100–200

1014

Two blown glass decorative dishes,

circa 1985

the speckled purple dish signed to

base

the emerald green handled dish

34cm diameter

$100–200

1015

A opaque pink glass cup vase in the

style of Moncrieff

with gilt and purple flecking decoration

23cm high

$100–200

1016

A Murano style opaque orange glass

bottle vase with multi coloured dots

27cm high

$100–200

1017

An ovoid opaque green and yellow

glass vase

22cm high

$100–200

1018

A green and amber art glass vase

24cm high

$100–200

1019

A white pulled feather pattern art glass

vase

29cm high

$100–200

1020

An opaque white spotted scalloped

edge vase

36cm high

$100–200

1021

A large Murano orange glass vase

50cm high

$150–250

1022

A Murano art glass vase by Barovier

and Tose

straight sided and decorated with a

‘tortoiseshell’ pattern

signed to base

20cm high

$100–200


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1023

A white ground baluster glass vase

with orange, yellow and brown flecking

33cm high

$100–200

1024

An opaque brown and orange ground

art glass vase

with ‘natural rock’ decoration

26cm high

$50–100

1025

A French studio glass vase

of ovoid form with mottled white

decoration

marked ‘Lunéville’

19cm high

$150–250

1026

A collection of decorative glass

objects with a quartz geode

comprising a Veikkaus bird, a blown

glass pen, a Glebe Hot Glass Studio

weight, a pink bell

the largest object 15cm wide

$50–100

1027

An iridescent blue art glass glass

perfume bottle

signed but illegible to base

16cm high

$100–200

1028

A collection of sculptural studio glass

vases

including Holmegaard and Pauline

Delaney

comprising five pieces

the largest 23cm high

$200–400

1029

An Australian pottery lamp base by

Guy Boyd

painted with an indigenous hunter and

kangaroo

incised to base: Buy Boyd

18cm high

$150–250

1030

A large ‘leopard skin’ blown glass twin

handled vase

47cm high

$200–300

1031

Three art glass vessels

comprising an iridescent blue vase, an

aqua and red square bud vase and an

iridescent ovoid white vase

the largest 20cm high

$150–250

1032

A translucent yellow vase with white

scrolling overlay by Clare Belgrave,

Australia

signed to base

24cm high

$100–200

1033

A collection of four art glass vases

of various forms in tones of orange,

purple and white

the largest 16cm high

$200–300

1034

A pinched mouth ‘rock’ pattern art

glass vase

24cm high

$120–200

1035

An Australian pottery jug decorated by

Ken Done

15cm high

$50–100

1036

A collection of Dyson Studio pottery

and slipware

the largest 20cm high

$60–100

1037

A glazed slipware jar and cover by

Martin Boyd

incised to base: Martin Boyd

15cm high

$60–100

1038

A terracotta seated figure by

Sorennsen

incised to base: Sorennsen 1988

15cm high

$60–100

1039

GUY BOYD (1923-1988)

Five Australian pottery mugs

all signed to base

the largest 11cm high

$150–250

1040

A collection of hand painted slipware

mugs by Martin Boyd

comprising six pieces

signed to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 12cm high

$150–250

1041

A collection of seven slipware vessels

by Martin Boyd

each hand painted

each incised to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 11cm high

$60–100

1042

A collection of six Australian pottery

jugs and vessels by Guy Boyd

each inscribed with signature to base

the largest 13cm high

$100–200

1043

A collection of eight glazed and

painted slipware bowls by Martin Boyd

each signed to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 14cm diameter

$100–200

1044

A collection of six glazed and painted

slipware ramekins by Martin Boyd

each signed to base: Martin Boyd

the largest 16cm

$60–100


175

1045

A collection of four hand painted

slipware dishes by Guy Boyd

each incised to base: Guy Boyd

the largest 15cm diameter

$60–100

1046

Nine slipware pottery plates by Martin

Boyd, Australian

some with indigenous decoration

each with inscribed signatures

the largest 19cm diameter

$100–200

1047

A collection of green and pink slipware

pottery by Guy Boyd

comprising three sugar bowls and

three small ovoid vases

inscribed signature to base

the largest 11cm high

$150–250

1048

A small collection of vases by Guy

Boyd

comprising three pieces

incised signatures to base

the largest 18cm high

$200–300

1049

A collection of eight studio pottery

vases and vessels by Martin Boyd

the largest 14cm high

$150–250

1050

A hand painted earthenware sculpture

of a head, 20th century

signed ‘Roberts’

19cm high

$50–100

1051

A collection of ceramics and a stained

glass box

includes a Fowlers Pottery Australia

koala box, a Villeroy and Boch box and

a blue Adderley’s ceramic goblet

comprising four pieces

the largest piece 20.5cm high

$50–100

1052

A collection of four hand painted

slipware plates by Martin Boyd

decorated with Mexican scenes

each incised to base: Martin Boyd

27cm diameter

$150–250

1053

A collection of metal and copper ware

comprising two kettles, two teapots, a

sugar bowl and a quantity of goblets

the largest 19cm high

$120–200

1054

A collection of white earthenware

goblets together with a blue jug by

Martin Boyd

comprising six pieces

incised signature to base

15cm high

$100–200

1055

A collection of white speckled

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 20cm high

$100–200

1056

A collection of brown glazed

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 15cm high

$100–200

1057

A collection of glazed earthenware

goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 20cm high

$100–200

1058

A collection of grey and brown

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

16cm high

$100–200

1059

A collection of abstract earthenware

goblets, including Brendan Foley

comprising ten pieces

variously singed to base ‘O’Loughlin’,

‘Singer’ and ‘Foley’

the paw footed cup 19cm high

$100–200

1060

A collection of earthenware goblets by

Brendan Foley, Australian

comprising six pieces

the largest

$100–200

1061

A collection of high gloss glazed

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 20cm high

$100–200

1062

A collection of blue and olive glazed

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 16cm high

$100–200

1063

A collection of multicolour glazed

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 22cm

$100–200

1064

A collection of foliate painted

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 15cm high

$100–200

1065

A collection of glazed earthenware

goblets, including Bendigo Pottery

comprising nine pieces

the largest 16cm high

$150–250


176

1066

A Remued Pottery high gloss green

and brown glazed vase

incised ‘Remued’ to base

23cm high

$100–200

1067

A textured earthenware jug

by Ellen Bjorn

incised to base

30cm high

$100–200

1068

A glazed earthenware teapot by Shane

McDonald

decorated with gum nuts and leaves

signed and dated to base: Shane

McDonald 1991

18cm high

$100–200

1069

A Wedgwood porcelain yellow and

orange lidded jar

black factory stamp to base

17cm high

$100–200

1070

TOM P SANDERS (1925-2008)

A glazed earthenware platter

decorated with a figure and an emu

incised to base: Tom Sanders Eltham

Victoria Australia

33.5cm diameter

$150–250

1071

CHRISTOPHER SANDERS

(BORN 1952)

A blue glazed earthenware vase

signed to base: C Sanders 1/500

27cm high

$100–200

1072

GUS MCLAREN (1923-2008)

A compressed ovoid double handled

earthenware vase

signed on base: Gus McLaren

42cm high

$150–250

1073

GERALD MAKIN (BORN 1929)

A glazed earthenware sculpture of a

head, 1978

incised to base: Gerald Makin 1978

Part of Sport Sculpture

29cm high

$200–300

1074

A large studio pottery vase

by Sandy Caldow

decorated in high relief with two faces

incised to base: Caldow 1997

37cm high

$60–80

1075

A hand painted slipware platter by Guy

Boyd

decorated with indigenous motifs

incised to base: Guy Boyd

39cm diameter

$150–250

1076

A glazed earthenware jug

incised to base: GM

16cm high

$60–100

1077

A large glazed earthenware vase

mottled blue and green tones

signed with initials to base: SB

24cm high

$150–250

1078

A large glazed pottery form by Ray

Blaber

of swirling cylindrical form

incised to base: Blaber

40cm high

$100–200

1079

An ovoid textured bottle vase by Mary

Hick

incised to base: Mary Hick

18cm high

$100–200

1080

PETER TRAVIS (1929-2016)

An earthenware sculpture

incised to base: Peter Travis 73

32cm high

$200–300

1081

A glazed earthenware bowl

by John Campbell, 1932

incised to base: J Campbell 1932

21cm diameter

$200–400

1082

ARTHUR MERRIC BLOOMFIELD

BOYD (1920-1999)

A green and white domestic ware

series jug

incised to base: A M Boyd

30cm high

$150–250

1083

An glazed earthenware jug

by Bendigo Pottery

decorated with gum nuts and leaves

impressed marks near base: Bendigo

Pottery G L Epsom 2 80

24.5cm high

$100–200

1084

A large glazed earthenware vase by

Tony Carlin

of ovoid form in tones of blue, green

and pink

33cm high

$100–200

1085

An glazed earthenware two-handled

lidded pot

incised to base: Stambuk

30cm high

$60–100

1086

A large earthenware vase by

Jacqueline Mary Thomas

of ovoid form with moulded sheep

around the rim

40cm high

$100–200


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1087

A matt glazed earthenware vase by

Colin Bowes

impressed mark to base: CB

18cm high

$100–200

1088

A glazed earthenware vase by Andrew

Cope

incised: Andrew Cope ‘91

20cm high

$100–200

1089

An glazed earthenware double gourd

vase by Rynne Tanton

with textured base and celadon glazed

neck

monogrammed to base

21cm high

$120–180

1090

A Remued glazed earthenware basket

and beaker

each with a treacle glaze

incised to base: Remued 194/8 and

145/4

the basket 16cm high

$150–250

1091

Two figural nude teapots by Maggie

Brunton

one pink, one black

signed ‘Maggie Brunton’ to base

the largest 25cm high

$100–200

1092

An ovoid red earthenware vase by

Sergio Sill

incised to base: Sergio Sill

23cm high

$100–200

1093

A Schneider biomorphic crystal

mantle clock and two candelabra,

French, circa 1950

each piece signed ‘Schneider France’

to base

the clock 24cm high

$300–400

1094

A glazed earthenware vase by

Marianne Cole

decorated in tones of turquoise and

brown

incised to base: Marianne

21cm high

$50–100

1095

A French studio pottery vase by Les

Hurets

ovoid form with geometric decoration

signed to base: Les Hurets Made in

France

20cm high

$100–200

1096

A Spode Velamour vase

the white glazed ovoid vase decorated

with a continuous frieze of goldfish

15cm high

$60–100

1097

A glazed earthenware jug by Ellis

Pottery

with an antique bronze finish

incised to base: Ellis

29cm high

$100–200

1098

A large glazed earthenware vase

of bulbous form with a sgraffito

decoration

incised but illegible to base

32cm high

$100–200

1099

A blue glazed earthenware vase by

Bruce Burton, 1991

inscribed to base: Bruce Burton ‘91

28cm high

$100–200

1100

JENNIFER BRAIN (BORN 1954)

an earthenware bust of an African lady

incised to base: Jennifer J Brain 93

30cm high

$100–200

1101

A large earthenware vase

of ovoid form with brown and green

tones

initialled to base: EC

30cm high

$100–200

1102

DAVID BOYD (1924-2011) AND

HERMIA BOYD (1931-2000)

a glazed earthenware circular bowl

and cover

with wing handles and winged lion finial

incised to base: David & Hermia Boyd

17cm high

$150–250

1103

A large partially glazed studio pottery

vase

incised to base but illegible and

dated:1984

36cm high

$150–250

1104

SYLVIA HALPERN (1918-2008)

A studio pottery vase

signed to base: Sylvia Halpern

12cm high

$100–200

1105

A Raku glazed earthenware pot, 1988

with a lustred matte glaze

impressed marks to base

16cm high

PROVENANCE

Marvin Hurnall Antiques, Melbourne

$150–250

1106

A studio pottery petalled form

signed but illegible to base

18cm high

$100–200

1107

A Clarice Cliff porcelain shell form bowl

factory marks to base

29cm diameter

$100–200


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1108

A glazed earthenware ovoid vase by

Martin Boyd

decorated with zebra in landscape

incised to base: Martin Boyd

13cm high

$150–250

1109

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A glazed earthenware vase

signed to base: Preston

18cm high

$100–200

1110

A brown and green glazed earthenware

teapot

incised signature but illegible and

dated to base: 63

25cm high

$100–200

1111

OLA COHN

Seated Female Figure with Owl

plaster

incised on base: Ola Cohn

22cm high, 12cm wide, 12cm deep

$120–220

1112

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A large glazed earthenware casserole

dish

signed to base: Preston

impressed mark to base

22cm high, 33cm diameter (across

handles)

$100–200

1113

A glazed earthenware drinks set by

Felicity Winter

comprising a wine jug and six goblets

each colourfully decorated and relief

moulded

signed to base: Felicity Winter

the jug 34cm high

$150–250

1114

A large glazed earthenware tea pot,

20th century

brightly painted with a zebra finial,

giraffe handle and clock to the spout

inscribed to side: Nairobi

46cm high

$80–120

1115

A large cream glazed earthenware bust

with black and crimson decoration

signed with initials and dated to base:

GR 1993

40cm high

$150–250

1116

Christopher Sanders (Born 1952)

a glazed earthenware cheese plate

and cover

incised to base: Christopher Sanders

1976

28cm diameter

$150–250

1117

A crackle glazed earthenware vase

by Sergio Sill

of ovoid form with a terracotta glaze

incised to base: Sergio Sill and

monogramme

22cm high

$100–200

1118

An large studio pottery vase

by Janine Pilven

ovoid decorated with flowers and

leaves

signed and dated to base: Pilven ‘84

31cm high

$150–250

1119

A textured earthenware form by

Lorraine Lee

18cm high

$60–100

1120

A collection of six studio pottery vases

the largest 32cm

$150–250

1121

An Israeli earthenware face vase and

cover

incised to base: Israel

27cm high

$20–40

1122

Three large studio pottery vases

each of globular form with vibrant

glazes

the largest 35cm high

$120–220

1123

An assembled group of glazed

earthenware, glass, ceramics and

carved wood ornaments

the largest 23cm high

$100–200

1124

A collection of glazed earthenware

vessels

comprising a large Gunda Pottery jug,

two vases, a corked pot, a goblet and

a covered jar

the largest 40cm high

$100–200

1125

A group of six glazed earthenware

vases

comprising three globular form vases,

a tall two handled vase and a heavy

pottery form

together with a celadon stylised

shaped vase with impressed stamp

Vic Greenaway, circa 1970s

the tallest 35cm high

21/37cm high

$200–300

1126

A collection of slipware by Martin Boyd

comprising six pieces

signed to base

the largest dish 29cm long

$100–200

1127

Two Chinese ceramic temple dogs

33 and 51.5cm high

$100–200


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1128

A collection of seven studio pottery

teapots

one teapot by Terri Boyd, one by Kevin

Boyd and another by William Hick

the largest 24cm high (excluding

handle)

$150–250

1129

A Murano glass red candy dish by

Archimede Seguso, 20th century

with gold flecked clear glass edge

with two original foil trade labels

8cm high

$100–200

1130

A collection of abstract ceramic

teapots including pieces by Tom

Stracham, Fiona Howes and monkey,

1980 and later

comprising twelve pieces

the largest 19cm high

$200–300

1131

A collection of abstract ceramic vases

and earthenware sculptures

comprising six pieces

the largest piece 34cm high

$50–100

1132

A collection of ceramic tea

and coffee wares

together with a white bowl

by Eric Juckert

the largest coffee pot 25cm high

$150–250

1133

A collection of five studio pottery

vessels

including a coffee pot by Stephen

Fletch, two vases, a covered pot and a

beaker jug

the largest 22cm high

$150–250

1134

A collection of matte glazed

earthenware bowls

the largest 16cm high, 27cm diameter

$150–250

1135

A collection of ceramic, glass, metal,

glass and resin figures and vessels

comprising seven pieces

the largest 20cm high

$100–200

1136

A collection of glazed earthenware,

including Victor Greenaway circa 1980

comprising six pieces

the largest 24.5cm high

$100–200

1137

A collection of studio pottery vases

and vessels

comprising four pieces

the largest 8cm high

$100–200

1138

A large glazed earthenware fruit bowl

by Robert Mair

the interior decorated with figures of

fish

incised to base: 72

stamped to base: RM and dated ‘72

56.6cm diameter

$150–250

1139

A collection of earthenware vases

comprising eight pieces

the largest 24cm high

$150–250

1140

A collection of glass, ceramic and

earthenware vessels

the largest 24cm high

$100–200

1141

A collection of studio pottery vases,

jugs and ornaments

the largest 20cm high

$150–250

1142

A collection of three abstract figural

forms

the largest 61cm high

$100–200

1143

A collection of unusual earthenware

vessels

comprising a tall covered urn, a footed

bowl and a small jug

the largest 40cm high

$150–250

1144

A collection of seven glazed

earthenware vessels, vases and jugs

the largest 22cm high

$150–250

1145

A collection of glazed earthenware and

slipware vessels, including Eric Juckert

comprising five pieces

the largest jug 23cm high

$150–250

1146

A collection of abstract ceramic and

glass bowls, vases and figurines

comprising ten pieces

the largest vase 25.5cm high

$150–250

1147

A collection of earthenware platters

and bowls

including a Remued Pottery bowl

incised to base: Remued 91-SH

the largest 39cm diameter

$100–200

1148

A large ceramic bowl and platter

the largest 47cm diameter

$100–200

1149

A collection of various boxes, vases

and ceramics

including Moorcroft

the largest vase 33cm high

$100–180

1150

A collection of eight metal, carved

wood, ceramic face masks

the largest 46cm high

$100–200


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1151

A collection of decorative walking

sticks including tramp art, macassar

ebony and fiddleback blackwood

comprising fifteen pieces

the longest 95cm

$200–300

1152

A modern oak pedestal office desk

and return

together with a three drawer filing

cabinet and a sideboard

73.5cm high, 178cm wide, 95cm deep

(desk)

68cm high, 179cm wide, 50cm deep

(sideboard)

$300–500

1153

An assortment of stemmed glass

tableware

including three gilded ‘Caulfield

Southern Indoor Bowls Club’ glasses

comprising thirteen pieces

the wine glass 16cm high

$50–100

1154

A gilded porcelain bouillon and tea set

for twelve by Richard Ginori

including tea cups and bouillon bowls

with matching saucers, two types of

side plates and a set of dinner plates

comprising eighty four pieces

the dinner plates 25cm diameter

$200–300

1155

A group of domestic items, ceramic

dishes and plates, a small coffee

service, glassware and 6 Selangor

pewter mugs

$80–120

1156

A Royal Albert Rose patterned

porcelain tea service

consisting of nine cups, eleven side

plates, ten saucers, two serving plates,

two sugar bowls and a milk jug

$100–200

1157

A cold painted bronze owl ornament

together with a glass lined copper urn

the urn 31cm high

$50–100

1158

Three tribal style carved wooden

walking canes

the longest 90cm long

$50–100

1159

A collection of Remued pottery vases

and jugs

comprising six pieces

incised to base

the largest jug 11cm high jugs and

vases

$150–250

1160

STACHA HALPERN (1919-1969)

a glazed earthenware jug

signed to base: S Halpern

11cm high

$100–200

1161

A glazed earthenware pot by Charles

Wilton

incised to base: Wilton

9cm high

$20–40

1162

A collection of Raku fired earthenware

comprising three dishes, two

cupcakes, two teapots and a vase

the largest 16cm high

$50–100

1163

GREG IRVINE (BORN 1947)

A pair of salt and pepper shakers

glazed earthenware

incised and signed to base: G Irvine

10.5cm high (each)

$120–150

1164

A collection of multicoloured

earthenware plates and platters,

including Fran Swinden and Kevin

Boyd

comprising six pieces

the largest platter 43cm diameter

$100–200

1165

A collection of three graduated

embossed metal platters

the largest platter 40cm diameter

$50–100

1166

A collection of brown and white glazed

earthenware vessels

comprising four pieces

the largest bowl 23cm diameter

$50–100

1167

A collection of high gloss glazed

ceramic and earthenware platters

comprising five pieces

the largest 40cm diameter

$100–200

1168

A small collection of pale textured

earthenware

comprising a bowl, a vase and a platter

the largest 24cm high

$100–200

1169

A group of earthenware jars and vases

comprising five pieces

the largest 37cm high

$100–200

1170

A collection of small vases and various

domestic pottery wares

comprising twelve pieces

the largest 14cm high

$100–200

1171

A polished burl wood bowl

48cm diameter

$100–200


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1172

A collection of multicoloured

earthenware dishes and vessels

comprising seven pieces

the purple bottle vase 16cm high

$100–200

1179

A collection of earthenware bowls and

vases

comprising ten pieces

the largest vase 22cm high

$150–250

1187

A collection of earthenware lidded

vessels and vases

comprising seven pieces

the plum glazed vase 27cm high

$100–200

1173

A collection of glazed earthenware

bowls and vessels

the largest bowl 13cm high,

22cm diameter

$80–120

1174

A collection of glazed earthenware

dishes and bowls

including a large platter, two large

bowls, three small vases, three bowls, a

tall vase and a dish

the largest 44cm diameter

$100–200

1175

A collection six glass objects

comprising a pink dish, two blue toned

vases, a yellow bear, mottled amber

pear and a Murano glass mouse

the largest 13cm high

$100–200

1176

A collection of abstract earthenware

vases and bowls

comprising four pieces

the teapot 20cm high

$100–200

1177

A collection of brown glazed

earthenware

comprising four pieces

the charger 33cm diameter

$100–200

1178

A collection of decorative tableware

and a clock

including a stainless steel bowl

and jug, a set of coasters and five

enamelled dishes

comprising nine pieces

the jug 31cm high

$100–200

1180

A large collection of earthenware

plates

comprising fifteen pieces

the largest 30cm diameter

$50–100

1181

A Wedgwood of Etruria matte black

glazed tea set

comprising six cups and saucers

the cups 6cm high

$100–200

1182

A collection of stoneware jars and

vases with two dishes

comprising seven pieces

the largest 21cm high

$50–100

1183

A collection of off-white glazed

earthenware goblets

comprising ten pieces

the largest 19cm high

$100–200

1184

An unusual cream ceramic teapot

together with five ceramic bowls

the teapot 20cm high

$50–100

1185

A collection of blue and white teapots

comprising five pieces with carved and

applied decoration, one teapot signed

‘R. Hartman’ to base

the largest piece 25cm high

$50–100

1186

A collection of seven ceramic bowls

by Guy Boyd

the largest 18.5cm diameter

$100–200

1188

A collection of handpainted ceramic

objects, including pieces by Janet

Gray and Monkey Australian,

circa 1980

comprising eight bowls by Janet Gray,

a slipware cast ceramic paperboy hat

and a Luna Park teapot by Monkey

the teapot 20cm high

$100–200

1189

An slender opaque orange blown glass

vase, circa 1960

trade label to base

40cm high

$50–100

1190

JENNY ORCHARD (BORN 1951)

a hand painted stylised form vase

signed to base: Jenny Orchard

together with four coffee mugs

the vase 25cm high

$100–200

1191

A collection of decorative serving

porcelain, including Royal Winton

comprising five pieces

the footed platter 6cm high

$100–200

1192

A collection of glazed earthenware

vessels

comprising two teapots, a stylised jug

and a small plate

the largest 16cm high

$100–200

1193

A collection of pastel coloured

ramekins by Martin Boyd

comprising eight pieces

6cm high

$100–200


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1194

A violin together with a collection of

metal and ceramic objects

comprising six pieces, including a

glass platter, a hip flask, an oil burner, a

bell and an ash tray

the platter 35cm diameter

$50–100

1195

A collection of black ramekins by

Martin Boyd

with various pastel coloured interiors

incised to base

comprising eight pieces

6cm high

$100–200

1196

A collection of multicoloured ramekins

by Martin Boyd

comprising eight pieces

incised to base

6cm high

$50–100

1197

A collection of small ceramic ramekins

by Martin Boyd

comprising eight pieces

incised to base

9cm diameter

$100–200

1198

A collection of multicoloured ceramic

ramekins by Martin Boyd

comprising eight pieces

6cm high

$100–200

1199

A blue ‘cracked shell’ glazed

earthenware urn

impressed mark to base

36cm high

$100–200

1200

A mosaic tile top teak coffee table,

circa 1960s

39cm high, 125cm wide, 44cm deep

$100–200

1201

A collection of ceramic platters and a

porcelain top hat bowl

including a Royal Doulton ‘Spindrift’

pattern platter

comprising five pieces

the hat 13cm high

$100–200

1202

A collection of decorative metal

objects

including a commemorative dish and a

Wedgwood style lidded bucket

comprising five pieces

the pewter dish 30cm diameter

$100–200

1203

ARTIST UNKNOWN

Mother and Child

terracotta

signed with initials to base: HK

14.5cm, 19cm wide, 5cm deep

$60–80

1204

GARRY GREENWOOD

(1972-2005)

Ear Bowl 1978

leather

signed with initials and dated lower

left: GG 78

15cm high, 35cm, 33cm deep

$150–250

1205

A modern circular oak table

76cm high, 106cm diameter

$100–200

1206

A pair of modern pine side tables

65cm high, 150cm wide, 48cm deep

$100–200

1207

A nest of three glass top oak tables,

circa 1960s

50cm high, 64cm wide, 38cm deep

(largest)

$100–200

1208

A modern pine side table

together with a pine coffee table

65cm high, 150cm wide, 48cm deep

(side table)

$100–200

1209

A modern oak saddle stool

$100–200

1210

Two modern black lacquer bar stool

together with a black low stool

$50–100

1211

LILY SANDOVER KNGWARREYE

(1942-2003)

Dancing Music Sticks

two painted wood

26cm (each)

$100–200

1212

A large Moorcroft vase, circa 1940s

of baluster form with a multi coloured

mottled glaze

37cm high

$150–250

1213

A Satava art glass vase, 20th century

the mottled surface decorated with

rock art markings

incised mark to base: Satava 995-99

28cm high

$100–200

1214

COLIN LANCELEY (1938-2015)

Untitled Blue and White 1997

painted plaster

signed, dated and titled verso:

Lanceley 97 UNTITLED BLUE AND

WHITE

21cm high,13.5cm wide, 6cm deep

(each)

PROVENANCE

The Jewish Museum of Australia Mask

Auction, 19 March 1998, cat no. 108

$200–400


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1215

A small novelty taxidermy tortoise

and toad

15cm high

$100–200

1216

A collection of brown glazed

earthenware vessels and platters

comprising a heavily potted chimney

form vase, a covered pot, a jardinière,

two platters and two other vases

the largest pot 25cm high,

26cm diameter

$200–300

1217

A collection of glazed earthenware,

ceramics and pottery

including works by Eric Juckert and

Kevin Boyd

the Boyd bowl 13cm high,

22cm diameter

$100–200

1218

A stylised metal mounted art glass

lamp

with a marble base

101cm high

$40–60

1219

A glazed earthenware face form table

lamp

together with a glass shade and fitting

the base 34cm high

$100–200

1223

A travertine console table

78cm high, 180cm wide, 46cm deep

$200–300

1224

A collection of glazed earthenware

vessels

together with five composite moulded

heads

comprising eleven pieces

the largest 19cm high

$50–100

1225

REGINALD (REG) PRESTON

(1917-2000)

A glazed earthenware vase

of ovoid form with black and blue

tones

signed to base: Preston

impressed mark near base

17cm high

$150–250

1226

Two glazed ceramic bowls

the largest 30cm diameter

$60–100

End of Sale

1220

A leather bar stool

77 cm high

$100–200

1221

Two teak side tables

44cm high, 51cm wide, 38cm deep

$80–120

1222

A low travertine coffee table

36cm high, 140cm wide, 80cm deep

$200–300


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Terms & Conditions of Sale

The terms and conditions of sale listed here contain

the policies of Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

Pty Ltd. They are the terms on which Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers Pty Ltd and the Seller contract

with the Buyer. They may be amended by printed

Saleroom Notices or oral announcements made

before and during the sale. By bidding at auction you

agree to be bound by these terms.

1. Background to the Terms used in

these Conditions

The conditions that are listed below contain terms

that are used regularly and may need explanation.

They are as follows:

“the Buyer” means the person with the highest bid

accepted by the Auctioneer

“the Lot” means any item depicted within the sale for

auction and in particular the item or items described

against any lot number in the catalogue.

“the Hammer price” means the amount of the highest

bid accepted by the auctioneer in relation to a lot

“the Buyers Premium” means the charge payable by

the Buyer to the auction house as a percentage of

the hammer price.

“the Reserve” means the lowest amount at which

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers has agreed with the

Seller that the lot can be sold.

“Forgery” means an item constituting an imitation

originally conceived and executed as a whole, with

a fraudulent intention to deceive as to authorship,

origin, age, period, culture or source, where the

correct description as to such matters is not

reflected by the description in the catalogue.

Accordingly no lot shall be capable of being a forgery

by reason of any damage or restoration work of any

kind (Including re-painting).

“the insured value” means the amount that Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers in its absolute discretion

from time to time shall consider the value for which

a lot should be covered for insurance (whether or

not insurance is arranged by Gibson’s Auctioneers

& Valuers.)

All values expressed in Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers Pty Ltd catalogues (in any format) are in

Australian Dollars (AU$). All bids, “hammer price”,

“reserves”, “Buyers Premium” and other expressions

of value are understood by all parties to be in

Australian Dollars (AU$) unless otherwise specified.

2. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

Auctions as Agent

Except as otherwise stated Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers Pty Ltd acts as agent for the Seller.

The contract for the sale of the property is therefore

made between the Seller and the Buyer.

3. Before the Sale

A) EXAMINATION OF PROPERTY

Prospective Buyers are strongly advised to examine

in person any property in which they are interested

before the Auction takes place. Neither Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers nor the Seller provides any

guarantee in relation to the nature of the property

apart from the Limited warranty in the paragraph

below.

The property is otherwise sold “AS IS”

B) CATALOGUE AND OTHER DESCRIPTIONS

All statements by Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

in the catalogue entry for the property or in the

condition report, or made orally or in writing

elsewhere, are statements of opinion and are not

to be relied upon as statements of fact. Such

statements do not constitute a representation,

warranty or assumption of liability by Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers of any kind. References in the

catalogue entry to the condition report to damage

or restoration are for guidance only and should be

evaluated by personal inspection by the bidder or

a knowledgeable representative. The absence of

such a reference does not imply that an item is free

from defects or restoration, nor does a reference to

particular defects imply the absence of any others.

Estimates of the selling price should not be relied

on as a statement that this is the price at which

the item will sell or it’s value for any other purpose.

Neither Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers nor The

Seller is responsible for any errors or omissions in the

catalogue or any supplemental material.

Images are measured height by width (sight size).

Illustrations are provided only as a guide and should

not be relied upon as a true representation of colour

or condition. Images are not shown at a standard

scale. Mention is rarely made of frames (which may be

provided as supplementary images on the website)

which do not form part of the lot as described in the

printed catalogue.

Foreign buyers should note that all transactions

are in Australian dollars (AU$)so there may be a

small exchange rate risk. The costs associated

with acquiring a good certificate will be carried by

the purchaser. If the item turns out to be forged or

otherwise incorrectly described, all reasonable costs

will be borne by the vendor.

C) BUYERS RESPONSIBILITY

All property is sold “as is” without representation

or warranty of any kind by Gibson’s Auctioneers

& Valuers or the Seller. Buyers are responsible for

satisfying themselves concerning the condition

of the property and the matters referred to in the

catalogue by requesting a condition report

4. At the Sale

A) REFUSAL OF ADMISSION

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers reserves the right at

our complete discretion to refuse admission to the

auction premises or participation in any auction and

to reject any bid.

B) REGISTRATION BEFORE BIDDING

Any prospective new buyer must complete and sign

a registration form and provide photo-identification

before bidding. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers may

request bank, trade or other financial references to

substantiate this registration.

C) BIDDING AS A PRINCIPAL

When making a bid, a bidder is accepting personal

liability to pay the purchase price including the

buyers premium and all applicable taxes, plus all

other applicable charges, unless it has been explicitly

agreed in writing with Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

before the commencement of the sale that the

bidder is acting as agent on behalf of an identified

third party acceptable to Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers and that Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers will

only look to the principal for payment.

D) INTERNATIONAL REGISTRATIONS

All International clients not known to Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers will be required to scan or fax

through an accredited form of photo identification

and pay a deposit at our discretion in cleared funds

into Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers’ account at least

48 hours before the commencement of the auction.

Bids will not be accepted without this deposit.

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers also reserves the

right to request any additional forms of identification

prior to registering an overseas bid.

This deposit can be made using a credit card,

however the balance of any purchase price in excess

of $5,000 can not be charged to this card without

prior arrangement. This deposit is redeemable

against any auction purchase.

E) ABSENTEE BIDS

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers will use reasonable

efforts to execute written bids delivered to us AT

LEAST 24 Hours before the sale for the convenience

of those clients who are unable to attend the auction

in person. If we receive identical written bids on a

particular lot, and at the auction these are the highest

bids on that lot, then the lot will be sold to the person

whose written bid was received and accepted first.

Execution of written bids is a free service undertaken

subject to other commitments at the time of the sale

and we do not accept liability for failing to execute

a written bid or for errors or omissions which may

arise. It is the bidder’s responsibility to check with

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers after the auction if

they were successful. Unlimited or “Buy” bids will not

be accepted. Please refer to our indicative bidding

increments below for appropriate absentee bid

amounts (Section K).

F) TELEPHONE BIDS

Priority will be given to overseas and interstate

bidders. Arrangements for this service must be

confirmed AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR to the auction

commencing. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

accepts no responsibility whatsoever for any errors

or failure to execute bids. In telephone bidding the

buyer agrees to be bound by all terms and conditions

listed here and accepts that Gibson’s Auctioneers

& Valuers cannot be held responsible for any

mis-communications in the process. The success

of telephone bidding cannot be guaranteed due to

circumstances that are unforeseen. Buyers should

be aware of the risk and accept the consequences

should contact be unsuccessful at the time of

Auction. You must advise Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers of the lots in question and recommend a

‘Cover Bid’ amount should there be any issues with

technology or communication via the telephone

number provided. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

will advise Telephone Bidders who have registered

at least 24 hours before the auction of any relevant

changes to descriptions, withdrawals or any other

sale room notices.

G) ONLINE BIDDING

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers accepts no

responsibility for any errors, failure to execute bids or

any other miscommunications regarding this process.

It is the online bidder’s responsibility to ensure the

accuracy of the relevant information regarding bids,

lot numbers and contact details.

H) RESERVES

Unless otherwise indicated, all lots are offered subject

to a reserve, which is the confidential minimum price

below which the Lot will not be sold. The reserve will

not exceed the low estimate printed in the catalogue.

The auctioneer may open the bidding on any Lot

below the reserve by placing a bid on behalf of the

Seller. The auctioneer may continue to bid on behalf

of seller up to the amount of the reserve, either

by placing consecutive bids or by placing bids in

response to other bidders.

I) AUCTIONEERS DISCRETION

The Auctioneer has the right at his absolute and sole

discretion to refuse any bid, to advance the bidding

in such a manner as he may decide, to withdraw or

divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots and,

in the case or error or dispute and whether during or


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after the sale, to determine the successful bidder, to

continue the bidding, to cancel the sale or to reoffer

and resell the item in dispute. If any dispute arises

after the sale, then Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers’s

sale record is conclusive.

J) SUCCESSFUL BID AND PASSING OF RISK

Subject to the auctioneer’s discretion, the highest

bidder accepted by the auctioneer will be the buyer

and the striking of his hammer marks the acceptance

of the highest bid and the conclusion of a contract

for sale between the Seller and the Buyer. Risk and

responsibility for the lot (including frames or glass

where relevant) passes immediately to the Buyer.

K) INDICATIVE BIDDING STEPS, ETC.

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers reserves the right to

refuse any bid, withdraw any lot from sale, to place

a reserve on any lot and to advance the bidding

according to the following:

Increment Amount

Dollar Range

$20 $0–$500

$50 $500–$1,000

$100 $1,000–$2,000

$200 $2,000–$5,000

$500 $5,000–$10,000

$1,000 $10,000–$20,000

$2,000 $20,000–$50,000

$5,000 $50,000–$100,000

$10,000 $100,000–$200,000

$20,000 $200,000–$500,000

$50,000 $500,000–$1,000,000

Absentee bids must follow these increments and any

bids that don’t follow the steps will be rounded up to

the nearest acceptable bid.

5. After the Sale

A) BUYERS PREMIUM

In addition to the hammer price, the buyer agrees to

pay to Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers the buyers

premium. The buyer’s premium is 22% of the

hammer price plus GST. (Goods and Services Tax)

where applicable.

B) PAYMENT AND PASSING OF TITLE

The buyer must pay the full amount due (comprising

the hammer price, buyers premium and any

applicable taxes and GST) not later than three (3)

days after the auction date.

The buyer will not acquire title for the lot until

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers receives full

payment in cleared funds, and no goods under any

circumstances will be released without confirmation

of cleared funds received. This applies even if the

buyer wishes to send items interstate or overseas.

Payment can be made by the following means:

• Bank Transfer/Direct Deposit is our preferred

method of payment

Account Name: Gibsons Auctions

Bank:

Bank of Melbourne

(A division of St George)

BSB: 193879

Account No: 441701443

Swift Code: SGBLAU2S

Routing Code: 021000021

Bank Address: 197-201 Glenferrie Road,

Malvern, Vic, 3144

The buyer is responsible for any bank fees and

charges applicable for the transfer of funds into

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers’s account

• Personal, Company and Bank Cheques are not

accepted without prior approval.

• Eftpos (no charge)

• Credit cards: Visa and Mastercard (1.2% incl GST

merchant fee) and American Express (2% incl

GST merchant fee)

Please note that credit card transactions over

$5,000 will not be accepted over the telephone

unless by prior arrangement.

• Cash up to AU$10,000 can accepted in

cash. For any amount over this, cash is to be

deposited directly into our account at a Bank of

Melbourne/St George branch

C) COLLECTION OF PURCHASES & INSURANCE

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers is entitled to retain

items sold until all amounts due to us have been

received in full in good cleared funds. Subject to this,

the Buyer shall collect purchased lots within three

(3) days from the date of the sale unless otherwise

agreed in writing between Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers and the Buyer.

At the fall of the hammer, insurance is the

responsibility of the purchaser.

D) PACKING, HANDLING AND SHIPPING

At the request of the buyer, Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers may assist with packing of goods but takes

no responsibility for loss, damage or breakage that

may occur.

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers at the request of the

buyer may arrange for a carrier, packer or shipper to

have the property packed, insured and shipped at

the buyer’s expense. All packing, shipping, insurance,

postage & associated charges will be borne by the

purchaser.

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers can assist with

removal companies that the buyer can use but takes

no responsibility whatsoever for the actions of any

recommended third party.

E) CULTURAL HERITAGE EXPORT LICENCES

Unless otherwise agreed by us in writing, the fact

that the buyer wishes to apply for an export licence

does not affect his or her obligation to make full

payment immediately, nor our right to charge

interest or storage charges on late payment. It

is the Buyer’s responsibility to check Australia’s

Protection of Moveable Cultural Heritage Act 1986

before purchase. If the Buyer requests Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers to apply for an export licence

then we shall be entitled to charge a fee for this

service. We shall not be obliged to rescind a sale nor

to refund any interest or other expenses incurred

by the Buyer where payment is made by the Buyer

in circumstances where an export licence is not

granted.

F) REMEDIES FOR NON-PAYMENT

If the Buyer fails to make full payment immediately,

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers is entitled to exercise

one or more of the following rights or remedies (in

addition to asserting any other rights or remedies

available under the law)

i) to charge interest at the ANZ visa credit card

rate as published weekly in the Australian

Financial Review

ii)

iii)

iv)

to hold the defaulting Buyer liable for the

total amount due and to commence legal

proceedings for it’s recovery along with interest,

legal fees and costs to the fullest extent

permitted under applicable law

to cancel the sale

to resell the property publicly or privately on

such terms as we see fit

v) to pay the Seller an amount up to the net

proceeds payable in respect of the amount bid

by the defaulting Buyer. In these circumstances

the defaulting Buyer can have no claim upon

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers in the event that

the item(s) are sold for an amount greater than

the original invoiced amount.

vi)

vii)

to set off against any amounts which Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers may owe the Buyer in

any other transactions, the outstanding amount

remaining unpaid by the Buyer.

where several amounts are owed by the Buyer to

us, in respect of different transactions, to apply

any amount paid to discharge any amount owed

in respect of any particular transaction, whether

or not the Buyer so directs.

viii) to reject at any future auction any bids made by

or on behalf of the Buyer or to obtain a deposit

from the Buyer prior to accepting any bids.

ix)

to exercise all the rights and remedies of a

person holding security over any property in

our possession owned by the Buyer whether by

way of pledge, security interest or in any other

way, to the fullest extent permitted by the law of

the place where such property is located. The

Buyer will be deemed to have been granted such

security to us and we may retain such property

as collateral security for such Buyer’s obligations

to us.

x) to take such other action as Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers deem necessary or

appropriate

If we do sell the property under paragraph

(iv), then the defaulting Buyer shall be liable

for payment of any deficiency between the

total amount originally due to us and the

price obtained upon reselling as well as for

all costs, expenses, damages, legal fees and

commissions and premiums of whatever kinds

associated with both sales or otherwise arising

from the default.

If we pay any amount to the Seller under

paragraph (v) the Buyer acknowledges that

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers shall have all

of the rights of the Seller, however arising, to

pursue the Buyer for such amount.

G) FAILURE TO COLLECT PURCHASES

Where purchases are not collected within three (3)

days from the sale date, whether or not payment

has been made, we shall be permitted to remove the

property to a warehouse at the buyer’s expense, and

only release the items after payment in full has been

made of removal, storage handling, insurance and

any other costs incurred, together with payment of all

other amounts due to us.

6. Extent of Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers Liability

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers agrees to refund

the purchase price in the circumstances of the

Limited Warranty set out in paragraph 7 below.

Apart from that, neither the Seller nor we, nor any

of our employees or agents are responsible for

the correctness of any statement of whatever kind

concerning any lot, whether written or oral, nor

for any other errors or omissions in description

or for any faults or defects in any lots. Except as

stated in paragraph 7 below, neither the Seller

ourselves, our officers, agents or employees give any

representation warranty or guarantee or assume any

liability of any kind in respect of any lot with regard

to merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose,

description, size, quality, condition, attribution,

authenticity, rarity, importance, medium, provenance,

exhibition history, literature or historical relevance.

Except as required by local law any warranty of any

kind is excluded by this paragraph.

7. Limited Warranty

Subject to the terms and conditions of this

paragraph, the Seller warrants for the period of

fourteen (14) days from the date of the sale that

any property described in this catalogue (noting

such description may be amended by any saleroom

notice or announcement) which is stated without

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authorship is authentic and not a forgery. The term

“Author” or “authorship” refers to the creator of the

property or to the period, culture, source, or origin

as the case may be, with which the creation of such

property is identified in the catalogue.

The warranty is subject to the following:

i) it does not apply where a) the catalogue

description or saleroom notice corresponded

to the generally accepted opinion of scholars

and experts at the date of the sale or fairly

indicated that there was a conflict of opinions,

or b) correct identification of a lot can be

demonstrated only by means of a scientific

process not generally accepted for use until

after publication of the catalogue or a process

which at the date of the publication of the

catalogue was unreasonably expensive or

impractical or likely to have caused damage to

the property.

ii)

iii)

iv)

the benefits of the warranty are not assignable

and shall apply only to the original buyer of the

lot as shown on the invoice originally issued by

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers when the lot was

sold at Auction.

the Original Buyer must have remained the

owner of the lot without disposing of any interest

in it to any third party

The Buyer’s sole and exclusive remedy against

the Seller in place of any other remedy which

might be available, is the cancellation of the sale

and the refund of the original purchase price

paid for the lot less the buyers premium which is

non refundable. Neither the Seller nor Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers will be liable for any

special, incidental nor consequential damages

including, without limitation, loss of profits not for

interest.

v) The Buyer must give written notice of claim

to us within fourteen (14) days of the date of

the Auction. The Seller shall have the right,

to require the Buyer to obtain two written

opinions by recognised experts in the field,

mutually acceptable to the Buyer and Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers to decide whether or not

to cancel the sale under warranty.

vi)

the Buyer must return the lot to Seller in the

same condition that it was purchased.

8. Severability

If any part of these Conditions of Sale is found by any

court to be invalid, illegal or unenforceable, that part

shall be discounted and the rest of the Conditions

shall continue to be valid to the fullest extent

permitted by law.

9. Copyright

The copyright of all images, illustrations and written

material produced by Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers relating to a lot including the contents of this

catalogue, is and shall remain the property at all times

of Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers and shall not be

used by the Buyer, nor by anyone else without our

prior written consent. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

and the Seller make no representation or warranty

that the Buyer of a property will acquire any copyright

or other reproduction rights in it.

10. Law and Jurisdiction

These terms and conditions and any matters

concerned with the foregoing fall within the exclusive

jurisdiction of the courts of the state in which the

auction is held.

11. Pre-Sale Estimates

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers publishes with each

catalogue our opinion as to the estimated price range

for each lot. These estimates are approximate prices

only and are not intended to be definitive. They are

prepared well in advance of the sale and may be

subject to revision. Interested parties should contact

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers prior to auction for

updated pre-sale estimates and starting prices.

12. Sale results

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers will provide auction

results, which will be available as soon as possible

after the sale. Results will include buyer’s premium

(22% plus GST). These results will be posted at

www.gibsonsauctions.com.au.

13. Goods and Service Tax

In accordance with A New Tax System (Goods

and Services Tax) Act 1999 Gibson’s Auctioneers

& Valuers Auctions will collect on behalf of the

Australian tax office (ATO) a Goods and Service Tax

(GST) of 10% on all applicable transactions.

ABN: 26 440 767 899

GST is applicable on the hammer price in the case

where the seller is selling property that is owned by

an entity registered for GST. GST is also applicable

on the hammer price in the case where the seller is

not an Australian resident. These lots are denoted by

a dagger symbol † placed next to the estimate.

GST is also applicable on the buyer’s premium.

Overseas buyers and buyers non-resident in Australia

will not be charged GST on both hammer price and

premiums under the following conditions:

1. The items are exported through a Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers approved freight

company including Australia Post

2. The items are exported within 60 days of the

date of the sale

The invoice supplied by Gibson’s Auctioneers &

Valuers for purchases will be regarded as a Tax

invoice for GST purposes.

14. Resale Royalty Scheme

Under the legal obligations of the Resale Royalty

Scheme for Visual Artists Act 2009, sellers must

provide the following information to comply with

the act:

• was the artwork acquired after 8 June 2010?

• is the sale/reserve price (including GST) $1,000

or more?

• is the artist from Australia or a country listed in

the Regulations to the Act?

• is the artist alive, or deceased less than 70

years?

The seller:

i) acknowledges that he or she understands his or

her legal obligations under the Resale Royalty for

Visual Artists Act 2009 (the Act);

ii)

iii)

iv)

undertakes to comply with all requirements of

the Act, including by providing its agent, the

company, with accurate information sufficient for

compliance with sections 28 and 29 of the Act;

undertakes to indemnify the company for any

loss incurred by the company as a result of

the vendor’s failure to comply with any of the

vendor’s legal obligations under the Act; and

acknowledges that if he or she fails to comply

with any of his or her legal obligations under

the Act, the company may provide the vendor’s

name and contact details to Copyright Agency

Limited (CAL).

Lots subject to payment of the Resale Royalty

Scheme will be denoted by the §. The Australian

Resale Royalty is a flat rate of 5% on the hammer

price (including GST). The Australian Resale Royalty

is payable by the seller in addition to the buyers

premium plus any applicable GST.

15. Jewels & Watches

GEMSTONES

Gemstones have historically been subjected to a

variety of treatments to enhance their appearance.

Sapphire and rubies are routinely heat treated to

improve their colour and clarity, similarly emeralds

are frequently treated with oils or resin for the same

purpose. Other treatments such as staining or dyeing,

irradiation, filling or coating may have been used

on other precious and semi-precious gemstones

and organic material. These treatments may be

permanent, whilst others may need special care to

preserve their appearance. Buyers should assume

that each lot has been subject to some form of

treatment and that the estimates reflect this.

A number of laboratories issue certificates that

give detailed descriptions of gemstones, and in

the event that Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers has

been supplied with or obtained certificates for any

lot, this shall be noted in the catalogue. However,

as there may not be consensus between different

laboratories on the degree, or types of treatment

of the gemstones, Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers

supplies these without warranty.

Buyers should assume that all gemstones sold by

Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers may have been

subjected to such treatments, and that the catalogue

estimates reflect this.

PEARLS

Pearls, like gemstones, are also subject to various

treatments. Buyers should assume that any pearls

sold by Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers may have

been subjected to such treatments, and that the

catalogue estimates reflect this.

WATCHES

Please note: All watches sold by Gibson’s

Auctioneers & Valuers are sold on an “as is”

basis. Gibson’s Auctioneers & Valuers makes no

representation or warranty that any watch is in

working order. Many watches have been repaired

over their lifetime and may contain non-original parts.

The absence of any reference to the condition of a

watch does not imply that the lot is in good condition

and without defects, repairs or restorations. Buyers

should be aware that a general service, change of

battery or further repair work, for which the Buyer is

solely responsible for, may be necessary.

ESTIMATED WEIGHTS

If a stone has a known weight, it has been weighed

out of the mount. If a stone has an estimated weight,

it is an approximate weight only and has been

measured by us in the mount and is a statement of

opinion only. The information is given as a guide only

and Buyers should satisfy themselves with regard to

this information as to its accuracy.


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