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Auction Highlights – 31st January 2019

It may not have been the crown jewels, but last night’s jewellery sold very well and there is some very happy punter’s donning their lovely accessories. Art and other items also sold well. We’ve been preparing next weeks Rock, Pop and Retro Auction as well as the return of the boss.

*All prices quoted includes Buyer’s Premium

Lot No. Description Price
3 Vintage rolltop desk with slide out writing tray $124
53 2 x folding metal Baker’s shelves $199
155 Vintage barrel top wooden chest with metal hardware $186
157 Gilt Framed G DE MARTINO (Italian 20th C.) Oil on Canvas – HARBOUR Scene w/ Boats Moored, People on Pier, etc – Signed lower right – 48/.5x68cm $112
170 Framed LESLIE A CAMPBELL (1925 – ) Oil Painting – ORMISTON GORGE, CENTRAL AUSTRALIA – Signed lower right, Titled on Label verso – 19×23.5cm $137
171 Framed GERHARD INKAMALA (1917 – 1977) Hermannsburg School Watercolour – THE WATERHOLE – Signed lower right – 26×35.5cm $224
195 Reproduction bronze figure ‘The Ballerina’ bears signature to base of Emmanuel Villanis – approx. 30cm tall $186
200 Antique Cranberry glass banquet lamp on brass base with registered design mark with duplex burner $124
254 Silver ring with large Baltic Cognac amber cabochon unmarked $161
262 Vintage Omega 17 Jewel men’s pocket watch in nickelled steel case $112
263 Ladies 958 / 23k gold wedding band 3.2 g $168
265 Large silver brooch with Baltic Cognac amber cabochon $137
266 Silver necklace of organic form with Baltic amber cabochon with Polish silver hallmarks $472
267 9K Gents Ring with 4 rows of Diamonds $174
268 Man’s 8k Gold wedding band 5.3 grams mark W18D $236
269 Ladies Russian 583 / 14 K gold ring with Baltic Cognac amber cabochon in basket setting 3.5 grams $161
270 Ladies 9k gold link chain Marked .375 11 g $230
271 Ladies 18k Gold ring with solid white Opal 8.3 grams $900
303 C1900 Banjo Barometer with thermometer presented to Mr H W Ogle by the staff of the Wharfedale & Airedale Observer 1901 $323
307 Unframed Attributed CAPTAIN JAMES HAUGHTON FORREST (1826-1925) Oil on Board – A CUTTER UNDER SAIL, Possibly The Arrow – Unsigned, painted on Windsor & Newton Artists Board – 31x47cm $447
326 C1920s Tambourine with hand painted portrait of a pretty lady $106