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Antique French white marble bust of Mary, Mother of Jesus Christ, approx 40 cm high, 40 cm wide

An impressive polychrome carved figure of the Virgin Mary, modelled standing with her hands in prayer. 186 x 52 x 46 cm.

A rare polychrome carved figure of the Madonna and Child, Northern France, 15th century, 107 cm high

Set three Victorian polychrome painted religious figures comprising the Madonna & child and two Saints

Antique French polychrome terracotta statue of the Virgin Mary, 173 cm high

A rare large painted pine figure board of Mary Magdalen and Mary the Mother of Christ, 17/18th century, 154 cm high, 97 cm wide, Ppovenance, John Dunn Antiques, Melbourne

Italian School, Madonna and Christ, oil on board, in a two door presentation frame, 36.5 x 24.5 cm

Pair of early apostle spoons one of St. Peter the other of Madonna and dove, marked with Georgian marks partially rubbed approx 97g (2)

Limoges Pierre bonnet Meilleur Ouvrier de France enamel of the Madonna signed 'P.bonnet Mof Limoges', set in a gilt frame. Condition, good, some losses to the frame. Dimensions, 12.6 x 11.8 cm

19th century polychrome painted wooden figure, of the Virgin Mary, with glass eyes raised from a stepped plinth. Height 97 cm

A French Limoges Art Nouveau enamel circular panel of the Virgin Mary, “Ave Maria” within a rectangular gilt frame. 10 x 8 cm

Robert Prenzel (1866-1941). A rare carved Madonna figure, incised Robert Prenzel, Blackrock Vic.,1932, 168 cm high

A collection of letters containing correspondence between Saint Mary of the Cross MacKillop and Joanna Barr Smith, (5) comprising two letters hand written and each addressed to Mrs Smith, dated 17th October 1873 and 19th November 1873 respectively, the lat

An early French polychrome painted Madonna and Child, possibly 13TH/14th century, modelled holding the child in one arm, set upon an integral base, 87.5 cm high.

Early Portuguese Madonna & child Sancta. Acquired in Portugal in the 1970s. Height 43 cm

Italian school, 'Madonna and Child' Follower of Jacobello, 14th/15th century, tempera and gold ground on panel in moulded frame, 19 cm x 24 cm within the frame

A French, possibly made 14th century, polychrome painted Madonna and Child, modelled holding the child in one arm, set upon an integral base, iron support rings verso, 107.5 cm high

18ct Virgin Mary pendant on 9ct chain, total approximate weight 11.4gr

Russian school, the Virgin & child, oil/ tempera on panel 10 x 7.5 cm

Firenze porcelain plaque of Madonna Della Sedia in a carved timber frame. Condition excellent to good. Dimensions of frame 20.3 x 20.3 cm

A modernist bronze of a Madonna and Child. By L. Mimovich. 24 cm

Small library of vintage & antique books, many with decorative bindings & covers. Noted Ethel Turner, Mary Grant Bruce, etc. Approximately 47 books.

Estelle Mary (Jo) Sweatman (1872-1956), Through the Trees, oil on canvas, initialled 'Js' lower right, 35 x 24.5 cm

The Way of the Whirlwind, Mary and Elizabeth Durack. Hardcover.Consolidated, 1941

Antique framed oil on copper Mary and baby, measures 14.5 x 11.4 cm

Portrait of Mary Ann Kelly, Oil on canvas. Dutch school. 78.5 x 58 cm. Unsigned. In gilt frame. Sitter was a prominent Sydney figure.

Mary Neill ARAS (1910- ) The Farm Beechworth, Oil on board. Signed lower right. 13.5 x 18.5 cm

An Italian maiolica tile panel of the Madonna and Child, 18th/19th century. 60 cm high x 45 cm wide

A carved stone figure group of the Madonna and child, late 19th century. 56 cm high

A Florentine gilt and polychrome gesso relief of the Madonna and Child, Italian, mid 15th century. 77 cm high x 53 cm wide. In late medieval and Renaissance Italy, devotional activities took place in the home as well as in churches. Well-to do families mig

A carved stone polychrome decorated figure group of the Pieta, possibly lower Austria, mid 15th century. This polychrome limestone sculpture represents the Pieta, in which the Virgin Mary cradles the dead body of her son. While the most famous example of t

A rare polychromed limestone figure of the virgin and child, French, 16th century. 110 cm high, 43 cm high, 26 cm deep. A comparable polychrome decorated limestone example was sold at Sothebys New York, 25/1/07, lot 226. This figure is slightly later in da

A carved polychrome figure of a crowned Madonna and child, probably Flemish, 17th/18th century. 117 cm high The increasing influence of courtly imagery on depictions of the Virgin Mary, especially in Northern Europe, meant that by the fourteenth century sh

A rare limestone figure group of the Virgin and child, south west France, circa 1530. 111 cm high, 36 cm wide, 26 cm deep. Renaissance and High Renaissance images of the Virgin and Child often emphasise the humanity of Christ and Mary’s maternal responses.