A 18ct. white gold and diamond tennis bracelet
the 74 articulated square box sections each with a Princess brilliant cut diamond in rub-over mount. TDW 4.74ct., hidden box and tongue clasp with twin safety catches. Valuation available.

Realised: $8,500


A large river worn and polished pounamu boulder/touchstone
of semi-mountainous form, the dark green tone with pale inclusions, polished top. 520 x 440 x 240. Approx. 40kgs.

Realised: $7,800


A pair of 14ct gold and diamond stud earrings
each earring set with a 1.02ct round brilliant cut diamond, colour H-J, clarity SI1, TDW 2.05ct, posts for pierced ears. Gemologist report available.

Realised: $5,500


An 86 piece silver cutlery canteen
lace back trefid pattern, London 1980 by Garrard & Co. Comprising, eight each: table knives, table forks, luncheon knives, luncheon forks, desert spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, soup spoons and grapefruit spoons; four tablespoons, six long drink (parfait) spoons, sauce ladle, soup ladle, pastry server, red meat carvers, white meat carvers, sharpening steel. In walnut, three layer, baize lined canteen. 3246gm excluding knives

Realised: $5,000


A large colonial oil painting of a New Zealand thoroughbred mare and jockey
the horse Miss King carrying the jockey in silks of old gold with green braces in an extensive landscape with native trees. The large oak frame with moulded gilt slip and title plaque.

Realised: $4,400


A 14ct gold double halo diamond ring
a 1.62ct cushion cut natural fancy yellow diamond claw set and surrounded by a double halo of small round brilliant cut diamonds, with a further seven diamonds set to each shoulder, TDW 1.87. Gemologist report available.

Realised: $4,250


An impressive Victorian flame mahogany scotch chest
curved frieze drawer above four full width drawers, flanked by carved corbels, raised on plinth base and substantial turned feet. 1390 x 590 x 1610mm.

Realised: $3,600


An Art Deco marble and alabaster table lamp
the sculptural base with two children peering into a rabbit's burrow, surmounted by a large mushroom shaped shade raised on a plain column. 320 x 800mm.

Realised: $3,600


Laszlo Pataky von Sospatak (Hungarian 1857-1912)
Untitled - Horses at the Well, oil on canvas, signed, 435 x 585mm. Note: Sospatak studied at the arts and crafts school in Budapest then after 1880, at the Academy of Fine Arts, Munich with Karl von Piloty as his primary instructor. He continued his education in Paris and, from 1883 to 1889, travelled between Paris, Budapest and Munich. In 1888, he was awarded a scholarship for his painting "The Messenger", which enabled him to study with Mihály Munkácsy. In addition to working in his studio, he helped him create his monumental painting, "Hungarian Conquest", for the Hungarian Parliament Building. When that was completed, he returned to his home province and settled in Alvinc.

Realised: $3,500


An impressive large Royal Worcester fruit painted 'Bow' vase and cover by D. Shinnie
shape #1428 with a well painted front of peaches and blackberries upon a mossy ground, elaborate gilt enrichments to the handles, bows and various bands, the cover with traditional finial top, black factory stamp and painted numbers c.1990, in good overall condition and signed by the artist. H.310mm. Note: this piece is recorded as the most iconic shape in the Royal Worcester painted fruit range.

Realised: $3,400


A 14ct white gold tanzanite and diamond bracelet
a 6.80ct emerald cut purplish blue tanzanite claw set and surrounded by eighteen round brilliant cut and single cut diamonds, a diamond set fancy link chain with clip clasp and safety chain, TDW 1.67ct. Gemologist report available.

Realised: $3,200


John Kinder (UK/NZ 1819-1903)
'Waima Hokianga', watercolour on paper, signed, entitled and dated 1872, 235 x 345mm. Note: The Wesleyan Mission Station, Waima, Hokianga was located in the area of this work, the station being the subject of at least two works by Kinder. The Waima river exiting into the Hokianga Harbour can be seen in the distance of this work.

Realised: $2,800


A gent’s Omega 'America's Cup' Seamaster (Professional Diver) limited edition wristwatch
complete with box, book and papers including certificate numbered 1539/9999, 'International Warranty' card showing purchased from Partridge Jeweller Wellington 4.3.2000 and with receipt. 18ct white gold bezel to the 41mm steel case, automatic movement, steel bracelet strap. Note: OMEGA, Official Timekeeper of the America's Cup 2000, decided to pay a tribute to the most prestigious and fascinating sailing competition of the world. For the first time, the Swiss watch company launched a watch specially created for the event: the Seamaster Professional Diver "America's Cup". It was developed in close cooperation with Sir Peter Blake and the Cup defenders "Team New Zealand". The 2000 challenge was held in Auckland on February 20, 2000 where Team NZ successfully defended the Cup.

Realised: $2,800


A mid-century teak dining table
curved ends with conforming tapering legs, the top with a decorative shallow groove to the edge. 2050 x 960 x 750mm.

Realised: $2,600


A very large antique Persian Kashan hand knotted carpet
with a large central medallion on a field faded to a deep salmon patterned with lotus flowers, framed by a walnut, old ivory and bleu-céleste toned border patterned with a lotus meander. Wool pile on cotton weft and warp. Rebound edges, pile worn overall. 3050 x 3830mm. [11.68m²] (Previously retailed by House of Haghi)

Realised: $2,600


A 14ct rose gold and diamond ring
a 0.84ct round brilliant cut champagne diamond claw set and surrounded by sixteen smaller diamonds, TDW 1.00ct. Gemologist report available.

Realised: $2,400


A large antique Persian Kerman hand knotted carpet
the plain field attractively faded to soft madder, framed by old ivory and bleu céleste border patterned with roses. Wool pile on cotton weft and warp. Rebound edges and slight losses and small repairs to fringes, pile worn overall. 2610 x 3850mm. (Previously retailed by House of Haghi and priced at $12,550)

Realised: $2,400


A 19thC French carved gilt framed tall vitrine
the single glazed door enclosing four fitted glass shelves, flared sides, the elaborate frame with scroll and leaf carved detail, some distress, raised on flared scrolling legs.980 x 300 x 1880mm.

Realised: $2,400


A 1911 Royal Worcester hand painted black face sheep urn vase by Harry Davis
shape #2249, the front painted with three sheep in a dramatic alpine Scottish landscape signed H. Davis, printed mark and date code for 1911. H.235mm. Professional restoration.

Realised: $2,200


Rare late 19thC New Zealand wool work picture 'S.S. Te Kapu & Echo' by W. Coker
the two vessels possibly at the Wairoa river entrance with a whare on the far bank, worked in coloured wools, entitled and signed in wool, with original backing boards and frame, 420 x 560mm.

Realised: $2,200