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Thomas Woolmer (English), low relief portrait medallion of William Wentworth, c. 1870, plaster, in original circular cedar frame, diameter 28 cm. Provenance: John Hawkins Antiques, Tasmania. Collection of George and Adisa Pompei, Sydney

A well carved N.Z. greenstone (nephrite) taniwha sculpture by Steven Gwaliasi, the stylised open worked sinuous figure with hands clasped to abdomen, its tail connected to the elbow, good dark green colourway, raised on a carved marble base with connecting

Peter Bramhall (1942-) glass globe sculpture, circa 1985, signed to base, 43 cm high

John Kendrick Blogg, wood carving of eucalypt branch, signed and dated lower right John Blogg 1929, 64 x 41.5 cm overall

An signed Australian bronze & boulder opal sculpture., signed Ante

Ivory tusks. Pair on timber stand, carved & decorated with the seven lucky Gods, the verso scrimshawed with Bijin and signed, length 25 cm (each)

Hoblin. Bronze Hoblin 'Pod' by Julian Jeffery, hand cast lost wax process, height 74 cm

A set of three bronze geese, styled in various stances. Height 69 & 70 cm respectively.

An intricately carved alabaster two handled urn on pedestal, 19th century, 173 cm high, 69 cm diameter, inclusive of base

An Australian relief carved panel, rectangular in form, with a heavily carved relief of gum nuts and leaves on a stipled ground, unsigned and unframed, 21.5 x 59.5 cm

A cold painted spelter figurine, 20th century, France, 'Chasseresse' after the Art Nouveau original by Rousseau, bearing a facsimile signature to the base, Paris foundry stamp, and raised on a mock rosso antico marble socle bearing title plaque.

A French ivory figure, after Guillaume (Willem) Geefs, Belgian 1805-1883 'Lion in love', probably Dieppe, of typical form, 11 cm high

Unknown Artist abstract woman, bronze, Transfield foundry stamp near base, 111 x 45 x 35 cm

A rosewood and leather swivel office chair, circa 1970'S, on aluminium base with covered castors

A Venetian rococo revival painted and gilded marble topped Commodore, 121 width x 53 depth x 91 height

A pair of French 19th ivory and gilt bronze mounted candlesticks, possibly Dieppe, modelled as fawn holding grapes, signed T.Blard, 21.5 cm high

Twentieth century school city life 1968, bronze, signed with initials and dated to side: Pb 68, 24 cm height, 18 cm diameter

John Middleditch (1906-87) Cock Fight, copper sculpture on marble plinth stamped. 626/81 42 cm overall height. Exhibited: New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, 1980. Literature: Robin Kay & Tony Eden, Portrait of a Century, p. 160 (black & white illustration)

John Middleditch ‘Icarus’ copper sculpture, stamped ‘570. ‘Icarus’ JM./ Aug 1978’ to base/plinth, 65 cm height, 58 cm width

Leopold Anzengruber African woman figure for Leopold, ceramic (stamped no: 89), Austria, c 1950s, 28 cm high, 21 cm wide, 15 cm deep

Scott Redford 'My beautiful polar bear', orange glazed ceramic, edition, signed no. to base, c 2000s, 27 cm high, 49 cm wide, 22 cm deep

Robert Prenzel (1866-1941): Two carved timber portrait panels of an Aboriginal man and a woman, signed and date lower right 1918, 62 x 56 cm

Hans Stoltenberg-Lerche (German, 1867-1920), Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze vase, depicting Loie Fuller enmeshed in swirling draperies, signed 'H. St. Lerche' to side and 'Louchet' to the underside, height 14.2 cm

A framed wax portrait in relief of Matthew Boulton 1728 - 1809 early 19th century with stand portrait. Height 3.2 cm

James Tassie, 1735' 1799 (Scottish) 3rd quarter 18th century a framed wax relief portrait in relief of Mrs Anthony Stewart marked 'Mrs. Anth. Stewart Edin. 1795, Tassie-height 6.5 cm

James Tassie, 1735' 1799 (Scottish) 3rd quarter 18th century a pair wax relief, framed gentleman portraits one portrait William Murray, Earl of Mansfield, marked 'Uni Aequus Virtuti Edin. 1770' and one other portrait marked, D.S. Evchaniae Come

A platinum and ivory hunting pin, realistically modelled as a double barrel shotgun. Length 5.8cm. Rose gold and platinum. French assay mark and makers mark on pin. Fitted leatherette case "AU CARNAVAL DE VENISE PARIS

John Middleditch, copper sculpture of mother & children on wooden base, 58 cm overall height

Loma Kyle Lautour (Australian, 1902-1964), bust of pan, 1936, earthenware sculpture depicting pan on pedestal, forest green glaze, incised to front 'Pan', signed to the side 'Loma Lautour 1936', height 51 cm

Henry Moore (1898 - 1986), Egyptian sculpture, bronze. Signed lower right and numbered 6/7. Height 13 cm

A pair of cold painted Spelter table lighters in the manner of Franz Bergmann, modelled as Bedouin carpet sellers on camelbacks, each raised on vitrolite bases. Height 19 cm

Bunches of coloured alabaster grapes in a gilt carved wood oval basket, approx 66 cm wide

Brass plaque inscripted with 'Ch.Kretzschmar et G.Rosselet, Chalon - sur - Saone, 1850, 75RMR Anniversaire 1926' and signed A. Bartholdi approx. 7.5 cm x 10 cm

Two ivory cherubs, 'The Blacksmith' and 'Caught in a Trap'. 11 cm high.

John Kendrick Blogg (1851-1936), a carved gum nut and gum leaf panel, signed and dated 1932, naturalistically carved in high relief, with a secondary ply mount, incised signature and date lower right, the panel 31.5 x 14 cm the overall 46 x 29 cm

Curtis Jere (American), wall sculpture, 'Raindrops', c. 1970, circular brass discs mounted on brass frame, height 90 cm, width 73 cm, depth 16 cm

A large pair of marble spheres, Italian 19th century, 28 cm diameter

A fine quality Carrara marble neo-classical panel, Italian 19 th century, 70 cm high, 92 cm wide

A fine polychrome decorated carved ivory figure, French 17th/18th century, 25 cm high

A Franz Bergmann Austraian cold painted bronze crocodile with additional bronze female nude figure inside, c1900. 20 cm