A 14ct white gold and diamond ring
a 0.50ct round modern cut brilliant diamond claw set and surrounded by a further 48 diamonds extending to the shoulders, TDW 1.70ct, valuation of $5000.
A Meiji period Japanese carved marine ivory figure of a geisha
she stands in traditional robe, finely engraved with repeating pattern, some damage. Height 162.
A French ormolu cased mantel clock
the mechanism housed in a drum case with a burgundy porcelain dial, surmounted by a trophy group and flanked by an allegorical figure in15thC costume, raised on a plinth base with further porcelain panel. Figure loose, no pendulum or key. Under dome. Width 500.
A 19thC French and ormolu and white alabaster mantel clock
surmounted with a full figure recumbent lion above the architectural alabaster case housing the white enamel dial with black Roman numerals, ormolu bead highlights and feet. The quality movement striking on a bell, with key and pendulum. 225 x 150 x 305.
A Murano Dino Martens designed vase
for the Avem Glass Studio, in the tutti-frutti manner, multi-coloured and latticino, twisted ribbons with millefiori decoration, the rim with a decorative split to each side. Height 240.
LG R.W. LIDDED 2 HANDLED JAR
Eight Georgian and Victorian fiddle pattern silver sweetmeat spoons
various dates and makers. Weight 340gms.
A Pitcairn Island carved wood flying fish
made by Thornton Christian, on typical slender column stand. Length 380.
A silver rose bowl
the circular half-lobed body raised on a short stem from a circular spreading foot. Birmingham 1912, marks rubbed. 205gms.
A set of silver teaspoons decorated with Maori motifs and greenstone handles
the bowls decorated in relief with an image resemblent of Pukaki, the figure from the Pa Gateway at Te Ngae, Rotorua. Birmingham 1923 by Levi & Salaman.
An estate 18ct. yellow gold and agate dress ring
the oval cabochon agate in a substantial rub-over mount with textured triangular panel to each shoulder.
A Chinese champlevé enamel and bronze vase
ovoid shape with two beast head handles issuing from the neck decorated with encircling bands of enamel alternating with diaper patterned surfaces. Height 305.
A John MacInven 'fish bowl'
Ceremonial Bowl Series IV Western Red Cedar embellished with acrylic wax, signed and dated '94. Diameter 455.
A Georgian (knife) and c.1810 (fork) silver folding fruit knife and fork
with mother-of-pearl handles. Sheffield 1827.
A set of six cased Liberty & Co. silver and gemstone finial coffee spoons
the original fitted box with Liberty mark to interior, each spoon with Liberty & Co. maker's mark and hallmark for Birmingham 1925, each with a different gem stone cabochon finial.
A set of six silver and greenstone coffee spoons
the bowls socket fitted to the solid nephrite handles.
A cased pair of silver sauce boats
Sheffield 1932 by Viners Ltd.
An early 20thC silver bladed 12 place setting fish canteen
A Hardys 'Aydon' three-piece greenheart fly rod
made for W.H. Tisdalls Ltd., c.1925. With original bag.
An early N.Z. 'Wilhous' spilt cane rod 'The Alnwick'
made by N.Z. Sports Manufacturing Co., 205 Karangahape Road, Auckland, c.1910.