Three antique picture frames, 19th century and later, each of rectangular form, with various design including marquetry inlay, polychrome highlights and birds eye maple veneer, the largest 33 x 28.5 cm.
Henry Alken (British, 1784-1851), the death, Finding, running in view, Going out, hand coloured engravings in birdeye maple frames (4), plate: 22 x 30 cm. Provenance: The Collection of Janet and Graeme Webb, Wollogorang, NSW
British Colonial school, 19th century, portrait of a girl, watercolour, birdseye maple frame, 22.5 x 18 cm, together with a framed 19th century silhouette depicting a boy in side profile, signed Frith dated possibly 1848, 20 x 16 cm
An early Victorian mourning picture, circa 1840, designed from hair and seed pearls, in memory of Anne Probert who died in December of that year, and comprising a funerary urn upon a plinth beneath a tree with weeping branches, a small dedication plaque…