A small Victorian Moore Brothers vase, circa: 1880s, the moulded ovoid white porcelain vase with branch motifs to the body and an inward pinched rim, with applied zygocactus style succulent foliage and flowers, upon a gilded branch foot rim, unmarked, heig
A 19th century Moore Brothers lamp base, with tree trunk column surrounded by four dancing cherubs, with floral encrusted decoration and leaf scroll character footed gilt base, printed mark, (a/f; restored to one of the cherubs legs). Height 52 cm
A large Moore comport, circa 1885, raised on a circular gilded base, the body modelled as two semi-draped putti supporting a stylised shell with applied gilded base cacti leaves and flowers, 38 cm high.
Canton famille rose punch bowl, 20th century. Decorated to the interior and exterior with panels of court ladies amongst scattered flowers, birds and butterflies in flight, six-character seal mark to base. Height 16.4 cm. Diameter 35.5 cm. Provenance: The
Samuel Radford. Victorian porcelain tea service, in the Imari pattern, including six tea cups, six saucers, six side plates, a tea pot, a milk jug and a sugar bowl (A/F) (21). Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore, NSW
Moore Brothers. Porcelain figural bonbon dish. Moulded as a putti with a basket decorated with applied flowers, together with three posy vases, each moulded as a cactus with applied flowers, all marked 'Moore', and a Continental porcelain figure (5
Capodimonte, 19th century porcelain figural group. Hand painted and moulded as five putti playing in a garden, with the blue crowned N mark underneath. Height 28.5 cm. Provenance: The Collection of Peggy Moore, NSW
Moore Brothers. Pair of porcelain figural comports, c. 1880, each moulded as a putti supporting a dish with scalloped rim and applied magnolia flowers, raised on a circular base with gilded decoration, with brown Moore globe mark underneath, impressed '
Moore Brothers. Porcelain centre piece, c. 1890, the white moulded comport with scalloped rim, decorated with applied water lilies, above three cupid forging the implements of love, bearing the brown 'Moore' globe mark underneath (A/F). Height 30 c
A Victorian Moore Brothers porcelain figural banquet lamp, circa 1880, modelled as cherubs perched within a leafing tree, the font with applied grape and vine raised on scroll feet, gilt highlights on a gilt base, printed and impressed factory marks to und
A Large Moore Brothers Comport, Circa 1885, raised on a circular gilded base, the body modelled as two semi-draped putti supporting a stylised shell with applied gilded base cacti leaves and flowers. 38 cm high
A Moore Brothers Cupid vase, late 19th century. A cupid seated between two large basket weave vases upon a twig form base, in white glaze with gilded highlights; brown backstamp and registration mark underside. Height 18.5 cm. Width 17 cm
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