An 18ct yellow gold and diamond ring
a 2.63ct round brilliant cut diamond (Clarity SI1, Colour K-L), claw set, with eight round brilliant cut diamonds set to each shoulder, (TDW 0.25ct, Clarity SI1, Colour G). Gemologist report available.

Realised: $15,000


Guy Ngan
'Tiki Hand I', oil on board, signed, entitled and dated 1980. 900 x 900mm

Realised: $10,000


Wu Fan 吴凡 (China b.1923)
'Dandelion' (蒲公英), woodcut numbered 47/80, signed, inscribed and dated 1959. 570 x 370mm. With accompanying original artist's and artists' association cards (2) and original typescript/manuscript exhibition label noting the work as 'gold medal winner of World Graphic Art Competition in Laibisi' (Láibǐxī/Leipzig). Wu Fan was born in Chongqing, Sichuan in 1923, he was admitted to the National Arts Department's Picture Department in 1944. After the Sino-Japanese War he moved to Hangzhou with the school and transferred to the Western Painting Department. In 1956 he was elected as the vice chairman of the Sichuan Artists Association and soon after began experimenting with Chinese water-based ink and pigments (shuiyin ) rather than with the more commonly used European-style oil-based printing ink. By carefully varying the tones of diluted ink applied to the block the inadvertent result of the technique makes each print vary slightly. The technique and his lyrical handling of subjects came to define his personal style. ( technique video [note minute 3:18 - 3:25])

Realised: $9,000


A jewelled 18ct bi-colour gold cigarette case and match holder
oblong, alternating bands of yellow and rose gold with cabochon sapphire thumb pieces to the hinged main lid and the hinged end panel. In the manner of Fabergé work master August Hollming; marked on the lid rim with French gold marks and 'E. Morgan, Paris, Nice'. Edgar Morgan et Cie, the leading Parisian jeweller and retailer was established in the highly fashionable Rue de la Paix, Paris in 1867, succeeding Léon Bassot (1). The firm was known for handling superior bijouterie including, after the Russian revolution six Fabergé eggs. 92 x 60mm. 163gm. (1) Henri Vever (La bijouterie française au XIXe siècle, Paris, 1906, vol. ii, p. 546).

Realised: $8,000


An impressive 18ct. yellow and white gold emerald and multi-diamond cluster ring
the central oval mixed cut emerald of 2.13ct. of 'very good+ colour quality', framed by two rows of encircling grain set round brilliant cut diamonds. TDW 1.42ct. Valuation available.

Realised: $7,100


A gent's 18ct gold and stainless steel Breitling Chronomat wristwatch
with 18ct and stainless bracelet; blue triple register chronograph dial with date, gold hour batons and gold seconds register, uni-directional bezel. Model B.13050.1. With blue leather strap with 'duo time' watch (fitted) and two additional blue leather straps. With original box and papers.

Realised: $4,500


An Art Deco platinum and diamond ring
three early modern brilliant cut diamonds in rubover mounts set vertically to the centre of a lozenge form diamond set mount, TDW 0.93ct. Valuation available.

Realised: $4,300


An 18ct gold eleven diamond necklace
the round brilliant diamonds equally spaced to the box link chain, graded G-I and I1, TDW 3.99ct. Valuation available.

Realised: $4,100


A lady’s platinum and diamond wristwatch
two slightly curved bands with a small rectangular watch to the centre, the bands set with forty-two old European cut diamonds and thirty-six vivid blue faux sapphires, TDW 5.04ct. Valuation available. (requires repair).

Realised: $3,800


A c.1920s 1.52ct. solitaire diamond ring
the old mine cut diamond of colour N/O and clarity VS2, claw set to an 18ct. white gold band with tapered shank and upswept patterned shoulders. 1995 valuation available.

Realised: $3,700


A historical New Zealand silver pedestal teapot by Fred Money
hammer finished, urn shape with hexagonal spout, conforming handle and finial. Fitted with a removable silver strainer. Stamped maker's marks and incised under the base 'I Was Made In 1971'. H.175mm, 957gm. See related lots 14, 409, 563 and 742 this auction.

Realised: $3,600


An impressive 18ct. yellow gold heavy bracelet
wide form with three rows of textured circular links, push-in clasp, stamped gold mark, European made. 70.8gm.

Realised: $3,500


An Hai Pham (Vietnamese b.1967)
untitled - Summer, oil on canvas, signed and dated '05. 800 x 1000mm

Realised: $3,500


An impressive large Chinese jade court seal
modelled as a stylised squat animal upon the substantial tablet, uncut, pierced with suspension cord, medium dark tone with pale highlight, soft polished finish. 128 x 128 x 105mm. Note : This seal is the same form and honouring the historic Kangxi sandalwood seal sold by Sotheby's Hong Kong for $18.1m US in 2016, this seal was reported as 'the most important Chinese historical object ever to be offered at auction'. Newspaper cutting with this lot.

Realised: $3,400


An Hai Pham (Vietnamese b.1967)
'Winter', oil on canvas, signed and dated '06, signed, entitled, inscribed and dated 2006 on reverse. 800 x 800mm

Realised: $3,000


An 18ct yellow and white gold emerald and diamond ring
the 6.89ct emerald cut bluish green emerald bezel set and surrounded by twenty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 0.58ct, Clarity SI1-SI2, Colour G-H). Gemologist report available.

Realised: $3,000


An 18ct yellow and white gold emerald and diamond ring
the 5.22ct rectangular emerald cut, bluish-green emerald, claw set and surrounded by sixteen round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 0.82ct, Colour G-H). Gemologist report available.

Realised: $2,550


Barry Brickell 'Fatso' salt glazed large jug
typical spherical form with stylised bird beak form spout, green/brown variable tone with pale and brighter highlights in gloss and semi-gloss salt glaze effects, five kiln 'gem' drips, one with clay segment, impressed potter's mark at base of strap handle. H.310mm. Illustrated 'Playing with Fire, Auckland Studio Potter's Society Turns 50' by Peter Lange and Stuart Newby, published January 2011, see page 45, full page illustration.

Realised: $2,400


A Victorian 18ct gold open face pocket watch
fusee movement by George White Glasgow, No.706. The case hallmarked London 1841; gold face with foliate engraving, Roman numerals, subs seconds; the back foliate engraved, inscribed James Reilly 1859. Dia.51mm, total 125gm. With blue leather easel stand case.

Realised: $2,350


A pair of 14ct white gold sapphire and diamond hoop earrings
fourteen oval cut, medium blue sapphires (TSW 6.77ct), with twenty-four round brilliant cut diamonds (TDW 0.52ct, Clarity SI1-I1, Colour H-J). Gemologist report available.

Realised: $2,200