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A ivory hand and cuff at the end of a long tapered horn rod, Shanghai, circa 1930, the hand and fingers well delineated on the back scratcher, length 41 cm. Provenance: ray Tregaskis Antiques

A powder horn engraved with blacksmith scene and kangaroo and inscribed 'S. Meehan, By hammer and hand all acts do stand', dated 1838, on silver mounts, 34 cm long

A powder horn engraved 'Morgan the bushranger' with portrait and kangaroo hunting scene, 19th century, 36 cm long

A small ivory nude figurine, early 20th century, the figure of a woman smelling a rose, raised on a horn plinth to a circular metalware base; unmarked, height 17.5 cm

A pierced & carved horn of lotus leaves, a Qianlong mark on the reverse, height 23 cm

Kudu horns polished so the brown outer shell has been removed to show the white inner horn, often used as a Shofar.

A large vintage coral display, the glazed cabinet with cream painted metal frame, the domed lidded top with lights included, the interior with multiple stags’ horn and other corals filling the base and back, all in striking white tone. The cabinet measurin

Three various Timorese powder horns. Formed from buffalo horn, two deeply carved & decorated.

A scrimshaw powder horn engraved 'Advance Australia, William M. Martin Esq. Beechalparroo River', signed and dated 'Louis M.F. Gauvin, Maker, Goollahdy, 1868, Parroo River', superbly decorated with tallship and Coat of Arms, 30 cm

An old horn powder flask, curved flattened form, the white metal end dispensing a single shot of powder. Length 10 cm

Hunting horn, 19th century, engraved with a lady surrounded by flowers, with brass suspension loops, length 32 cm

Mid-late 19th century table centre piece highland cattle horn all metal mounted on winged cherub supportive base

A powder horn with Australian cedar end, Tasmanian, early 19th century, 40 cm, Provenance: Property originally of Thomas Scott (1800-1855), Mt Morriston Tasmania

A gold-mounted crocodile tooth vesta box, 9ct the vesta box is formed from a large tooth, likely to have belonged to a Crocodilus Porosus, or a salt-water dwelling crocodile found in the river estuaries of Northern Australia. The tooth is gold-mounted (9ct

Wooden cane with silver cap and applied art nouveau casting of Bacchus' wife and horn ferrules, approx 97 cm long

Drinking horn on a mounted on a brass figural stand modelled as a cherub on a three footed ornate base, the horn with pressed brass fittings & an acorn finial. Condition good, minor age related wear. Height 57 cm

A Victorian mahogany and brass mounted Drinking horn, 19th century, utilising the shape and colour of the natural horn, mounted to the broad end with a flat mahogany cover with a knopped screw handle, brass tipped to the point with a slender lever allowing

A Victorian horn beaker, silver rim, engraved shield; Richards & brown (Edward Charles brown), London, 1874. Height 12 cms.

Early brass mounted horn centrepiece. Cherub column on trefoil base. 1 scroll missing to base platform. Height 58 cm

Two antique French horn and brass mounted powder flasks (2)

i) A Georgian brass and horn patch box, c.1800, with mirror to top and base verso. Diameter 4.4 cm. Ii) A sterling silver pill box. 1910, by Asprey London, with gold inlay decoration to box lid. Diameter 3.2 cm

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