Two stained glass window panels made in the late 1800’s. They incorporate a painted centre illustration of rosellas surrounded by coloured leadlight panels in blue, green, red and yellow. Glass and Leadlight good save for one panel (please see detail shot). woodwork would require extensive re-furbishment. Measurements are 80 cm wide and 55 cm high. Now Sold.
Staffordshire antique Scottish laird. c.1800. Broken and re-glued. Now Sold.
Handmade blown glass vase sculpture aquarium. The blown shape constrained by the wire bindings. In good condition. Measurements 55 cm wide 40 cm deep 35 cm high. Now sold.
A collection of food canisters made from pottery in Czechoslovakia in the early 1900s. Comprising six (6) large containers four (4) smaller spice containers and oil and vinegar bottles. Measurements for the larger containers are 11 cm wide by 11 cm deep by 19 cm high. Price $195 for the 12 pieces.
A large (half a metre high) pocelain vase in a style reminiscent of Limoges. Made by Lindner Kueps Bavaria in the last half of the 20th century. Impressive detailed floral decoration in various groupings all around the body complemented by gold trim at the lip. No faults to mention.
55 cms high, maximum diameter
Purchased in Italy in the 1950’s this gold painted vase is Small but beautiful $ 19.
A collection of pewter and Britannia Metal items from 1850 to 1950. $5 to $55.
Crystal decanter 1900 $78. Six champagnes, engraved 1950 $45. Marble topped wine table, reproduction. $195. One of two tapestry armchairs, France, 1900 $990.
Torchére base, mahogany c1850 and six faceted hollow stemmed champagnes from Delbeck et Cie, Rheims c1900.
Solid silver. Made in London in 1896, which would make it around the same time Grays first opened its doors.