36 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

A pokerwork kookaburra bowl, early 20th century, 19 cm diameter

A pokerwork fruit bowl and circular box decorated with poinsettia flowers, the bowl 22 cm diameter

A pokerwork waratah pattern nut cracker and bowl, together with a circular mirror, mirror 25 cm diameter

A Tartanware pedestal bowl, Scottish, circa 1880, labelled McDuff, approx. 10 cm diameter

A pokerwork bowl, depicting eucalyptus leaves on body. Diameter 22 cm.

A Royal Doulton 'Wild rose' fruit bowl, 1949, also known as roses G pattern D 6627, the broad bowl with a flaring serpentine rim, pattern 8206A decorated in amber, yellow, and maroon colours with green accents upon a mottled sky to deeper blue ground; with

An English elm treen Dairy bowl, together with a treen string box, circa 1800, the bowl of typical turned form, the string box of cup and cover form and 22 cm high, the bowl 33 cm diameter, (2).

Vintage pokerwork footed bowl with Snuggle Pot and Cuddle Pie decoration, 24.5 cm diameter, 12.5 cm high

Australian pokerwork bowl, with kookaburra decoration, 22 cm diameter approx

Antique Black Forest carved pine grape bowl, approx 44cm long x 27 cm wide

A Royal Albert' Winsome' tea set for twelve, comprising pot, two sets of sugars and creamers, butter dishes, comport, two tier cake stand, twelve cups, saucers and plates, five platters etc.

A double handled green dust glaze bowl mark to base. Provenance: From a private collection, Sydney 11 cm diameter, 7 cm high

A group of three poker work items, a candlestick, tazza and a nutcracker bowl, circa 1920s, the candlestick with a textured scale finish decorated with painted poinsettia; the tazza with a beaten finish embellished with fruit and foliage to the foot and bo

A group of four poker work items, a tazza, trivet, bowl and a stand, circa 1920s, the trivet with a partly textured finish with a leaf and nut design raised on a flame decorated base; a small trivet with a little painted kookaburra; a fruit bowl with incis

A vase, a bowl and a cakestand all by Orrefors, later 20th century, including a straightsided navette shaped clear vase with a handpainted blue crocus; a 'Corona' crystal bowl designed by Lars Hellsten; and a clear glass cakestand with a tapering stem with

Three various pieces Australian Poker work, including nut bowl with kookaburra and gum leaf decoration; vase with leaf and floral; and blotting paper roller. Diameter 21 cm. (nut bowl)

Four various Clarice Cliff items, including fruit bowl (crazed) with fruit decoration, and pair matching servers; and small rectangular dish with fruit decoration. Diameter 23 cm. (bowl)

A late Regency figured rosewood sarcophagus tea casket with brass lion mask handles and paw feet. Complete with two tin lined boxes and the original glass blending bowl. Length 34 cm

Three various early wooden items. Spindle, glove stretchers and pokerwork lidded bowl made from wood from HMAS Sydney

A rare lignum vitae wassail bowl, 17th century the large bowl with distinctive grooves to the outer surface supported on a circular foot, 32 cm diameter. Provenance: Sir Keith Murdoch, Melbourne

A silver-plate fruit bowl, a group of 'Fruit' including quartz and bowenite grape bunches, and an urn vase.

A solid burr totara presentation box, turned circular form, the pinned silver presentation plaque engraved 'P.C.C. Won By W. Williams 1st Century. 1938-39. Donated by F. Hunt', the lid of various shaped concentric bands with a recessed knob handle, the int

Five various pieces antique treen, including early elm powder container; rosewood lidded bowl; turned elm money box (cracked); lidded container; and briar root bowl. Height 20 cm (money box)

Five antique treen pieces, including pair turned goblets; another goblet; small bowl; and bottle coaster. Height 20 cm (pair goblets)

Five various pieces of treen ware, including pair turned ebony candlesticks; rosewood lidded cup and bowl; and ebonised presentation mallet 'Wesley church stone Lane, 1928.', various

Three various pieces mauchline Ware, including cigarette box; lidded tube container; and lidded bowl. Height 9 cm (bowl)

A fine teak fruit bowl, designed by Fionn Juhl in 1951, stamped Bruunn Rasmussen, Danish, circa 1950

A New Zealand burr timber turned pedestal fruit bowl possibly kauri with a rich depth of colour and soft patination. Height 16.5 cm. Diameter 25 cm

A New Zealand Woods inlay flame kauri turned pedestal fruit bowl the shallow bowl curved exterior with oval inlays of figured timbers, and supported on a stepped circular base. Height 19.5 cm. Diameter 25.5 cm

A tourist souvenir decorated kauri wood turned nut bowl the exterior surface with inked and handcoloured whare in a landscape.