The 1964 Melbourne Cup won by Polo Prince, 9ct gold, James Steeth & Son for William Drummond & Co. Ltd., (3), modelled as a three handled loving cup supported on a tapering stem terminating in a stepped circular foot, inscribed 'Melbourne Cup /
The highly important Adelaide Hunt Club Cup of 1881, 18ct gold, by Henry Steiner, modelled to a neoclassical form, with an elongated scroll handle, an inverted spout, the collared neck with a band of acanthus leaves above a tapered body bearing the inscrip
The 1985 Foster's Melbourne Cup, 18ct gold, Fortuanato Rocca for Hardy Brothers, won by What A Nuisance, (3), modelled as a three handled loving cup supported on a tapering stem terminating in a stepped circular foot, resting on a turned blackwood (Aca
A gold 1946 Hauraki cup on ebonised stand, the shallow tapering bowl inscribed 'Hauraki cup / Presented by / Mrs A.D.Hall / 1946 / Won by / Mr A. Rowans 'La Fillette'', flanked by two angular handles, stamped 9ct twice to foot, previous Leonard Joel lot st
A gold 1939 Taranaki cup on oak stand, the baluster bowl inscribed 'T.J.C / Taranaki cup / 1939 / Won by / Mr. A. Rowan's / 'Cheval de Volee' / 9st / 2m. 213/ss.', flanked by two angular handles, stamped 9ct to base, seated on a stepped oak pedestal stand,
A gold 1933 Auckland cup and cover, the tapering body inscribed ' Auckland cup / 1938 / Won by / Mr A. Rowans / cheval de Volee / 7 St. Time. 3M. 30 S. ', flanked by two angular handles, with an applied enamelled monogram to cup, hallmarked 9cts to foot, p
1949 Melbourne Cup, 3-handled loving cup, engraved on front 'Melbourne Cup/ 1949. Won by Mr. L.G. Robinson's/ Foxzami', on wooden stand, 37 cm tall. Foxzami owned by Leonard G.Robinson won the 1949 Melbourne Cup by 3 lengths from Hoyle & Benvolo, before a
1928 Brisbane Cup, 15ct gold trophy on wooden plinth, engraved 'Brisbane Cup 1928/ Queensland Turf Club' and 'Won By 'Canning Queen', (Highfield (imp) Carina), ridden by A.E.Davis. Establishing a New Australian Record, 3.22 - 2 Miles. Owner - P.J.O'Shea'.
The 1862, Geelong District Wine Growers sterling silver cup and Australian silver collar the collar attributed to Louis Kitz, (1820-1887), Geelong; the cup with maker's mark Daniel and Charles Houle, London, circa 1859, the two handled cup with an ogee bod
'The Rosehill Cup', an Australian gold two handle trophy by William Kerr, Sydney, circa 1925, by William Kerr, Sydney, circa 1925, raised on a stepped foot, knopped stem, the bowl with applied girdle and angled loop handles, raised on wooden plinth with go
Highly important 18 carat gold Adelaide Hunt club cup by Henry steiner, modelled after the antique in the form of a ewer, with elongated scroll handle and an inverted spout, the collared neck with a band of acanthus leaves above a tapered body bearing the
An important Western Australian racing trophy cup the Kalgoorlie cup, 1936 a solid gold cup in the classical form, having two handles, engraved, 'Kalgoorlie Cup 1936'. Stamped 9ct. Weight: 302 grams;. Height 17 cm (without stand). Provenance: Melbourne col
A 1970's 9ct. gold trophy cup on a turned wooden base, the fluted spreading foot with a round knop leading to bowl, the lower half with lobed decoration, the rim with decorative beading, large ear shaped handles to the side, stamped 9ct and FM for the New
1938 Melbourne Cup on wheels trophy: Art-Deco style trophy cup with lid, gold-plated on wood base, 51 cm tall, engraved on plaque 'Exhibition board Track, Melbourne Cup on wheels, 2 Miles, Won by, R.L.Stevens, 1938'. Fair/good condition
The 9ct gold 1935 Jubilee cup, maker's mark Hardy Brothers, New South Wales, cylindrical with a fluted rim flanked by angular loop handles raised on a knopped stem and a stepped circular foot bearing the inscription 'The Jubilee cup / one Mile and a half /
Gold Adelaide cup (two handled) engraved Adelaide cup 1953 Won by Mr. L. McMahon's brown gelding Royal Pageant weight 7st 13lb Time 3 min. 243/4 seconds Trainer K. Lafferty rider W. Pyers cup weighing 15 ozs, by W. J. Sanders, Sydney, 9 carat
Two colour gold mounted nephrite presentation cup bearing marks for Faberge and work master Michael Perchin, the carved bowl applied with ribbon tied gem set garlands and swags, a reeded collar, the bracket handles with foliate chasing terminating in griff
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