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New Collectors Art Decorative Arts and Design 7– 8 December 2011


New Collectors Art Wednesday 7 December at 6.30pm

Decorative Arts and Design Thursday 8 December at 6.00pm

Please note the two separate starting times for the above auctions


ART+OBJECT 3 Abbey Street Newton Auckland PO Box 68 345 Newton Auckland 1145 Telephone: +64 9 354 4646 Freephone: 0 800 80 60 01 Facsimile: +64 9 354 4645 info@artandobject.co.nz www.artandobject.co.nz

Cover: Len Castle Sulphurous bowl, 2010 earthenware. signed with initials to the base. D.450mm $3500 – $5000 Lot #246A Previous spread: Pat Hanly The Golden Age intaglio print, 26/30 title inscribed signed and dated ’79 525 x 525mm $2500 – $4000 Lot #111 Inside back cover: Theo Schoon Press moulded stoneware dish in collaboration with Steve Rumsey and Len Castle 270 x 270mm

Welcome to ART+OBJECT’s final catalogue of 2011. This catalogue is launched after a run of diverse and highly successful auctions which have highlighted the importance of provenance and the vital role played in our culture by dedicated collectors. The recent Pycroft rare book auction is a case in point. Arthur Pycroft (1875 – 1971) was a committed and lifelong collector whose acute eye acted as a beacon for 21st century rare book collectors in New Zealand and internationally. There was no question of the rarity of his book collection, many items dating to the very earliest published volumes in Australasia.

This diverse catalogue provides an opportunity for new collections to begin. Over the last three years A+O has presented a range of excellent modern design collections including this year those of leading writer and museum director Douglas Lloyd-Jenkins and Christchurch collector and dealer Ross Morrison, both of whom are acknowledged experts in this burgeoning area of collecting. What these two collections confirmed is that New Zealand collectors in addition to their interest in international classics are now turning their attention to the small but vibrant modernist design scene that bloomed here after WWII.

The defining element of the collection was the imprimatur of Mr Pycroft himself. The simple fact of these volumes having been a part of his collection bestowed an additional level of authenticity that experienced collectors respect and value. The result was the most spectacular rare book auction in New Zealand this century with local and institutional bidders competing with their international counterparts over two nights in early November.

This current catalogue is a great place to get acquainted with both schools – the international practitioners being represented by foundation names such as Le Corbusier, Hans Wegner and Eero Saarinen and later designers and applied artists such as Ettore Sottsass and Dale Chihuly. The New Zealand side of the equation is represented by Bob Roukema, John Crichton, Theo Schoon and Humphrey Ikin. Over fifty years of the finest international and New Zealand design will be on view at ART+OBJECT from December 2 to 8.

For the A+O team it was a sale which reinforced the age old magic of the auction process – pure theatre with gasps as the prices burst through top estimates and spontaneous applause as a new record was set – the acclamation as much for the clear signal sent that our treasured history is deeply valued as for the actual price achieved.

$4000 – $8000

Likewise the New Collectors sale catalogue which goes to auction on December 7 is populated with key figures of mid-century international art movements such as Victor Vasarely and David Hockney; figureheads of the Op and Pop Art scenes respectively, and important New Zealand modernist artists such as Louise Henderson, Dennis KnightTurner and Guy Ngan. Finally, the directors and staff of A+O would like to thank all our clients and friends who have made 2011, our fifth calendar year of trading, the best to date.

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Asian Art including The Leo Tattersfield Jade Collection February 2012 Entries invited Assembled in the 1950s, The Leo Tattersfield Jade Collection comprises over 250 pieces collected in China. The collection has superb provenance and was on display in Auckland Museum for 15 years. The sale will also include The Pat Booth Oriental Art Collection, a large and important 19th century Chinese polychrome painted Buddha figure, Chinese and Japanese ceramics, furniture, lacquer and Japanese swords. For more information contact: James Parkinson james@artandobject.co.nz 021 222 8184 09 354 4646

Giulia Rodighiero Asian Art Specialist giulia@artandobject.co.nz 09 354 4646


Ron Arad A Pair of Early Rover Chairs enameled steel and automotive seats (designed 1981) $12 000 – $16 000

The English Collection of 20th and 21st Century Design 1 March 2012


Important Paintings and Contemporary Art including The Times Collection, a buying collective disbanding after ten years April 2012

For more information contact: Ben Plumbly Director of Art 09 354 4646 or 021 222 8183 ben@artandobject.co.nz

Alison Duff The Wedding cement fondue and pigment, circa 1968 1160mm: height $12 000 - $16 000


New Collectors Art Auction – Wednesday 7 December at 6.30pm 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland

Viewing Friday 2 December Saturday 3 December Sunday 4 December Monday 5 December Tuesday 6 December Wednesday 7 December

9.00am  –  5.00pm 11.00am  –  4.00pm 11.00am  –  4.00pm 9.00am  –  5.00pm 9.00am  –  5.00pm 9.00am  –  1.00pm


1 Dick Frizzell Big Kiss screenprint, 78/80 title inscribed, signed and dated 2007 1200 x 800mm $2000 – $3000

4 Max Gimblett Untitled screenprint with metallic foils, 4/13 signed and dated 2007 verso 610 x 460mm $1200 – $1800

2 Don Peebles Untitled acrylic on canvas signed and dated 1991 verso 915 x 658mm $4000 – $6000

5 Ralph Hotere Autumn/Winter lithograph, 9/12 title inscribed, signed and dated ‘93 535 x 525mm $3500 – $5000

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3 John Pule So When the Future is Dormant… ink on paper signed and dated 2009 320 x 250mm $800 – $1400

6 Philip Clairmont At Paranoia’s Poison Door (21st Century Schizoid Man) mixed media and collage on paper title inscribed, signed and dated ’72 verso 510 x 364mm $3500 – $5000


7 Richard Lewer Blow Your Cool Man graphite on paper title inscribed and signed 350 x 583mm $1000 – $2000

10 Matt Couper Von Trap acrylic on board title inscribed, signed and dated May 2000 verso 162 x 210mm $850 x $1250

8 Mary McIntyre Nude Compared to a Cloud 2 oil on board title inscribed and signed; inscribed This model worked for us a lot at this period, around circa 1990 verso 300 x 300mm $1000 – $2000

11 Grahame Sydney At Hooper’s Inlet etching, 5/25 title inscribed, signed and dated November ’85 180 x 355mm $1000 – $1500

13 Neil Fraser Untitled – Three Part Piece oil and acrylic on canvas, triptych signed and dated ’97 verso 600 x 500mm: each 600 x 1500mm: overall $2500 – $4000

9 Adele Younghusband New Zealand Trees oil on paper signed and dated 1927; titled inscribed and inscribed By Adele Younghusband, Dargaville 262 x 382mm $1500 – $2500

12 Grahame Sydney Chatto Creek etching, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated December 1985 167 x 292mm $1000 – $1500

14 Ralph Hotere Drum Piece for Jack Body lithograph, 3/24 title inscribed, signed and dated ’88 525 x 640mm $3500 – $5000

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15 Emily Karaka Memories acrylic and pastel on paper title inscribed 615 x 455mm $500 – $800

18 Rodney Fumpston Extensions – Folly intaglio print, 4/50 title inscribed and signed 660 x 565mm $300 – $500

21 Ian Kingstone The Flower of My Secret oil on canvas signed; titled inscribed, signed and dated ’03 verso 455 x 455mm $400 – $600

16 James Robinson Untitled – Professional Anti Hero mixed media and collage on paper signed and variously inscribed 700 x 208mm $500 – $800

19 Sheyne Tuffery 2 Tall Tales woodcut, 1/15 title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 500 x 205mm $150 – $250

22 Howard Matil Untitled mixed media 757 x 605mm $300 – $600

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17 Wilhelmus Ruifrok Spirit Flower Opening oil on board title inscribed and signed 245 x 210mm $400 – $700

20 Quentin McFarlane Untitled – View over the Estuary gouache and acrylic on paper and card signed 605 x 500mm $600 – $900

23 Guy Ngan Animated Colours silkscreen print, 43/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ’73 (image printed 2010) 978 x 660mm $1200 – $1800


24 Misery Day Dreams Start Fires ink on paper signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2008 verso 413 x 290mm $100 – $250

27 Louise Henderson The Cat lithograph Provenance: from the collection of Douglas Lloyd Jenkins 525 x 372mm $200 – $400

30 Carole Shepheard Kiss the Flame enamel on board, diptych (2000) artist’s original catalogue label affixed verso 250 x 790mm $300 – $500

25 Ralph Hotere In the Labyrinth, at the Demolishing lilmited edition screenprinted poster, 90/100 970 x 630mm $500 – $800

28 Kenneth Hayes Untitled – Abstraction with Silhouetted Figure mixed media on paper signed with artist’s initials KH and dated ’94 verso 280 x 210mm $300 – $500

31 Richard Lewer Speed Limit 50 oil on canvas signed; title inscribed verso 305 x 305mm $600 – $900

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26 Mike Petre Field Study 130 ink, graphite, oil & acrylic on board title inscribed, signed and dated 2009 verso 758 x 617mm $6000 – $9000

29 Kenneth Hayes Untitled mixed media on paper signed with artist’s initials KH and dated ’90 345 x 275mm $300 – $500

32 Misery Ruby and Dennis acrylic on found map of Australia signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2010 verso 175 x 221mm $100 – $250


33 Charles Tole T.O.L.E oil on board signed and dated ’80 305 x 255mm $3000 – $5000

34 Seraphina Pick Chicken gouache and acylic on paper signed and dated 1999; title inscribed on Brooke Gifford Gallery label affixed verso 755 x 565mm $4000 – $6000

35 Peter Stichbury Untitled graphite on paper signed and dated ’03 558 x 410mm $6000 – $8000

37 Justin Boroughs Nikau Palms at McKay’s Crossing, Paekakariki oil on board signed and dated ’02 735 x 970mm $6500 – $9000

36 et al. Untitled screenprint, edition of 100 1185 x 790mm $1200 – $2000

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38 Nigel Brown Entrepreneur acrylic on linen title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 1370 x 765mm $10 000 – $16 000

41 L. Budd studies in objectivity mixed media variously inscribed 310 x 212mm $600 – $900

39 Michael Harrison Until Dawn watercolour signed; title inscribed and dated 24. 2. 04 – 9. 05 verso 293 x 207mm $2000 – $3000

42 Toss Woollaston Untitled – Standing Figure watercolour signed and dated ’87 295 x 226mm Provenance: Gifted by the artist to the current owner; Private collection, Dunedin $2500 – $3500

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40 Peter Stichbury Heather Traymont giclee print, 6/50 signed and dated ’05 578 x 480mm $4500 – $6500

43 Richard Killeen Stories we tell ourselves mixed media on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 14 May 1987 390 x 575mm $2500 – $3500


44 Robin White Florence and Harbour Cone silkscreen, 15/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 12/75 630 x 413mm $6000 – $9000

46 Peter Robinson ALL PRICES ON APPLICATION oilstick on canvas title inscribed 400 x 350mm $2500 – $3500

45 Robin White Michael at Home silkscreen print, 11/50 title inscribed, signed and dated 1978 775 x 480mm $5000 – $8000

48 Theo Schoon Maori Motif I silkscreen print signed and dated ’71 470 x 720mm $1500 – $2500

47 Julian Dashper Untitled screenprint, 3/8 title inscribed, signed and dated ’05 765 x 560mm $1500 – $2000

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49 Peter Stichbury Juror giclee print, 2/12 signed and dated 2007 575 x 480mm $3500 – $5000

51 A.Lois White Study for a Mural watercolour variously inscribed; inscribed Lois White (Hamilton, 1978) part (grid) mural Hamilton Boys High verso 283 x 230mm $4000 – $6000

50 Chris Heaphy Soil acrylic and oilstick on canvasboard, 16 parts title inscribed; title inscribed, signed and dated 1995 verso 1620 x 1213mm Provenance: Purchased by the current owner from Gregory Flint Gallery, circa 1996. $10 000 – $15 000

52 Jeffrey Harris Down mixed media and collage on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1986 805 x 1225mm $6000 – $9000

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53 Seung Yul Oh Untitled acrylic on PVC, triptych signed and dated ’04 verso 580 x 1200mm: overall $1500 – $2000


54 Brian Brake Mahatma Gandhi Movie – India 1962. colour photograph printed from Kodak transparency on Ektacolour paper original Brian Brake: Dowse Art Gallery exhibition label affixed verso 455 x 350mm Provenance: from the Estate of Brian Brake $3000 – $5000

55 Brian Brake Portrait of Richard Farrell, New Zealand Classical Pianist gelatin silver print impressed signature stamp 505 x 406mm Provenance: from the Estate of Brian Brake $3000 – $5000

56 Bill Culbert Brick and Stone Building gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 and inscribed Gargas, France verso 190 x 190mm $800 – $1200

58 Bill Culbert Lampshade Frames gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated France 2002 verso 190 x 190mm $800 – $1200

57 Gavin Hipkins The Village (Train) type C print, 1/5 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 – 05 verso 585 x 1185mm (detail pp.18–19) $3000 – $5000

58a Dick Frizzell Old School screenprint, 5/80 title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 490 x 420mm $1500 – $2000

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59 Merylyn Tweedie she can posess unique artist’s book title inscribed and signed; inscribed for Rhondda (April ’86) 333 x 262mm $600 – $1000


61 Jenny Dolezel Mixed Company oil pastel on paper title inscribed, signed and dated ’93 745 x 1148mm $6000 – $9000

60 Michael Illingworth Central Mechanism oil on jute title inscribed, signed and dated ’85 verso 510 x 675mm Provenance: Private collection, Wellington $10 000 – $15 000

63 Peter Robinson Untitled lamda print, edition of 5 200 x 400mm $2500 – $3500

62 Bill Hammond Untitled lithograph, 9/30 signed and dated 2000 910 x 910mm $3000 – $5000

64 Gretchen Albrecht Celadine acrylic on paper title inscribed, signed and dated ’93 355 x 532mm $1800 – $3000

65 Julian Dashper ‘Cass’ 1986 oil and oilstick on felt title inscribed, signed and dated 1986 verso 435 x 530mm $2500 – $4000

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67 Robyn Kahukiwa My Tapu Head colour lithograph, 41/49 title inscribed, signed and dated ’90 349 x 532mm Illustrated: ‘Thrill Me Everyday’: The Celia Dunlop Collection (Wellington, 2009), p. 218. $700 – $1000

66 Toss Woollaston Portrait of Jeremy Classen watercolour and pencil on paper signed 350 x 268mm Illustrated: ‘Thrill Me Everyday’: The Celia Dunlop Collection (Wellington, 2009), p. 214. $3500 – $4500

69 John Walsh Koha oil on panel title inscribed, signed and dated ’98 verso 299 x 420 x 53mm Illustrated: ‘Thrill Me Everyday’: The Celia Dunlop Collection (Wellington, 2009), p. 100. $3800 – $5000

68 Suzanne Tamaki Mother Waka shells and dyed natural fibre artist’s original labels affixed verso 595 x 435mm Illustrated: ‘Thrill Me Everyday’: The Celia Dunlop Collection (Wellington, 2009), p. 211. $700 – $1400

70 Andrew McLeod Red, Green, Blue, Abstraction oil on canvas, 5 panels signed and dated 2000 250 – 272 x 200 – 205mm: each panel 272 x 1025mm: overall Illustrated: ‘Thrill Me Everyday’: The Celia Dunlop Collection (Wellington, 2009), pp. 38 – 39. $5500 – $7500

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71 Tony Fomison Papatuenuku lithograph, 2/12 title inscribed, signed and dated ’86 380 x 560mm $1500 – $2000

74 Luise Fong Circle Hold acrylic, gesso and carborundum on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 verso 405mm: diameter $600 – $900

72 Ralph Hotere Untitled lithograph, 18/22 signed and dated ’02 500 x 623mm $2500 – $4000

73 Malcolm Terry Miami enamel, oil and marker pen on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated August 2006 verso 910 x 910mm $1000 – $2000

75 Julia Morison Centrefold 28 ‘dragon’s blood’, ink and pastel on bible paper title inscribed, signed and dated ’00 175 x 230mm $1500 – $2500

77 Jeffrey Harris Untitled – Figure and Serpent ink on paper signed and dated 1980 580 x 775mm $1000 – $1500

76 Shane Cotton Prayer Tiki lithograph, 16/25 title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 525 x 750mm $2500 – $4000

78 Johanna Pegler Wild Mutton oil on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1989 verso 885 x 1510mm $2000 – $3000

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80 Brit Bunkley Just Like Snow digital print, 2006 – 2007 750 x 1005mm $1000 – $2000

79 Louise Henderson Tahitian Women pastel on paper signed 335 x 420mm $2000 – $3000

82 Alan Taylor Untitled – Millennium Series acrylic on canvasboard signed and dated ’99 verso 417 x 595mm $800 – $1200

81 Pat Hanly Bride, Sailor, Observer screenprint, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated ’91 495 x 739mm $2000 – $3000

84 Jenny Dolezel Like you, really lithograph, 8/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 490 x 685mm $500 – $800

83 Seraphine Pick Untitled – Millennium Series oil on canvas signed and dated 1999 355 x 460mm $2000 – $3000

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86 John Reynolds There is no China cibachrome print signed and dated ’86; original Rex Irwin Gallery (Australia) label affixed verso 865 x 740mm $800 – $1400

85 Nigel Brown Falling Policeman oil on board title inscribed, signed and dated Thames 1982 1185 x 890mm $5000 – $8000

87 Dean Buchanan Untitled oil on unstretched canvas signed and dated ’99 1640 x 1680mm $1500 – $2500

88 Anne Riethmaier Colour Concept II acrylic and liquid glass on canvas title inscribed and signed verso 1000 x 1000mm $1000 – $2000

90 Luise Fong Loop acrylic gesso and carborundrum on two panels title inscribed, signed and dated 1999 and inscribed Universe verso 950 x 1900mm $3000 – $5000

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89 Jon Cattapan The Mathematician’s Bone charcoal, acrylic and collage on paper signed and dated ’86; original Rex Irwin Gallery (Australia) label affixed verso 850 x 1200mm $1000 – $2000


91 Michael Tuffery “Pili Pili Pili Pili” Fa lithograph, a/p title inscribed and signed 645 x 505mm $500 – $800

92 Terry Stringer Standing Female Figure coloured pencil on paper signed and dated ’82 525 x 153mm $500 – $800

97 Dane Mitchell Conceal/Reveal screenprint, 34/50 signed verso 610 x 460mm $500 – $800

93 Phillipa Blair Weather Map acrylic on board title inscribed, signed and dated ’81 verso 1275 x 1120mm $1000 – $2000

95 Denis Knight Turner Bison mixed media on paper signed and dated ’57 and inscribed No. 20 325 x 245mm $500 – $800

98 John Reynolds Twelve Hours of Daylight XI etching, 3/18 title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 380 x 275mm $300 – $500

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94 Tony Fomison Tarwera Eruption lithograph, 2/13 title inscribed, signed and dated ’86 565 x 380mm $1500 – $2000

96 Grahame Sydney Eight Months etching, 3/25 title inscribed, signed and dated December 1982 212 x 197mm $800 – $1400

99 Evelyn Page Cathedral Grounds etching signed 282 x 231mm $500 – $800


100 Charles McPhee Nani oil on velvet signed 880 x 670mm $800 – $1400

103 Peter Robinson Our Place digital print, 8/12 signed and dated ’97 297 x 213mm $600 – $900

106 Philip Clairmont Black Crucifixion lithograph, 33/90 title inscribed, signed and dated ’81 800 x 520mm $1000 – $2000

101 Charles McPhee Portrait of a Maori Elder in Cloak with Tiki oil on velvet signed 900 x 647mm $800 – $1400

104 Jason Greig Candlemass monoprint title inscribed, signed and dated ’98 420 x 430mm $1200 – $1800

107 Andrew Drummond Towards a Crystal Wheel ink and wash and watercolour on paper title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials A. D and dated ’99 760 x 558mm $1000 – $1500

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102 Charles McPhee Portrait of a Maori Elder in Cloak with Tiki oil on velvet signed 880 x 675mm $800 – $1400

105 Victor Vasarely Untitled serigraph print on card, 93/150 signed 705 x 705mm $500 – $1000

108 Nigel Brown Ark Icon hand-coloured woodcut, 7/10 title inscribed, signed and dated ’90 325 x 202mm $800 – $1400


109 Sydney Lough Thompson Snow Scene, from Mount Harper’s Hostel oil on canvasboard signed; title inscribed and signed verso 390 x 492mm $7000 – $10 000

110 Dick Frizzell Clay Vases, Wooden Sheep and Plastic Flowers are Still Life oil on board title inscribed, signed and dated 13/3/81 400 x 500mm $7000 – $10 000

112 Richard Killeen Old car with attachments acrylic on powdercoated aluminium, 7 pieces title inscribed, signed and dated 2002; artist’s catalogue labels affixed each piece verso 420 x 2000mm: installation size variable $8000 – $12 000

111 Pat Hanly The Golden Age intaglio print, 26/30 title inscribed, signed and dated ’79 525 x 525mm $2500 – $4000

114 Dion Workman Support (A) acrylic on PVC 1005 x 1005mm $2500 – $4000

113 Dick Frizzell Solution 3 oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 7/10/98 760 x 760mm $8000 – $12 000

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115 Terry Stringer Writer’s Still Life cast bronze, unique signed and dated ’80 27 x 190 x 150mm $1500 – $2500

116 Greer Twiss Accessory fabricated lead title inscribed, signed and dated ’99 205 x 295mm $1200 – $1800

118 L Budd The Corporeal Body glazed porcelain title inscribed and signed 30 x 65 x 65mm $150 – $250

117 Guy Ngan Habitation cast bronze and sandstone signed and dated 1999 127 x 127 x 127mm $5500 – $7500

119 Terry Stringer Susanna and the Elders cast bronze, 2/3 signed and dated ’98 540 x 150 x 110mm $7000 – $10 000

120 Terry Stringer Mother and Child cast bronze and lamp fitting, 3/3 signed and dated 2000 445 x 445 x 60mm $6000 – $9000

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121 Peter Gibson-Smith Untitled – Portrait stamped ink and acrylic on paper 2730 x 1850mm $2000 – $4000

122 Gavin Hurley C. I. A Agent oil on canvas signed with artist’s initials G. J. H and dated ’03 verso 405 x 303mm $2500 – $4000

124 Richard Killeen Irishness pigment inkjet print on paper, 2/20 title inscribed, signed and dated 2007 382 x 290mm $1000 – $2000

125 Ralph Hotere Black Window: Matauri Bay lithograph, 2/30 title inscribed, signed and dated ’88 550 x 435mm $4000 – $6000

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123 Paul Hartigan Tooth Act acrylic and enamel on board signed and dated 1979 – 88; title inscribed, signed and dated verso 213 x 151mm $1000 – $1500

126 Peter Stichbury Untitled oil on board signed and dated ’96 verso 500 x 425 x 95mm $6000 – $8000


128 Jennifer Matheson Air – Abstraction screenprint on linen and ramie title inscribed, signed and dated on original Campbell Grant Galleries label affixed verso 460 x 1205mm $1000 – $2000

127 Colin McCahon James K. Baxter, Four Plays two colour, off-set lithograph title inscribed, signed and dated Wellington 1973 verso 392 x 563mm $1500 – $2000

129 Max Gimblett Onyx screenprint, 30/35 title inscribed, signed and dated 1986 775 x 1092mm $1400 – $2000

131 John Reynolds Omaha oilstick and pastel on canvasboard and paper, two panels title inscribed; title inscribed, signed and dated 1986 verso 670 x 800mm: overall $1000 – $2000

130 Jeffrey Harris Untitled – For Judith pastel on paper signed and dated ’79 and inscribed For Judith 630 x 900mm $4000 – $6000

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132 Jacqueline Fraser Elizabeth Taylor: Really I was a teeny bit late because my make-up man was useless, darling oilstick on fabric title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 300 x 300mm $800 – $1400

135 Stewart Maclennan Still Life with Decanters linocut, 2/10 signed 300 x 350mm $300 – $500

138 Paul Hartigan Irate acrylic and rubber title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 verso 100 x 100mm $100 – $150

133 Jacqueline Fraser Elizabeth Taylor: Really, absolutely all the men she married had an absurdly wonderful sense of humour oilstick on fabric title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 300 x 300mm $800 – $1400

136 Rodney Fumpston Untitled pastel on paper signed and dated ’85; original Denis Cohn Label affixed verso 300 x 400mm $350 – $500

139 Paul Hartigan Gyrate acrylic and rubber title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 verso 100 x 100mm $100 – $150

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134 Jacqueline Fraser Elizabeth Taylor: Really and actually I don’t give a damn oilstick on fabric title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 300 x 300mm $800 – $1400

137 Rodney Fumpston Untitled – Landscape oil on board signed and dated ’87 verso 397 x 592mm $500 – $800

140 Paul Hartigan Relate acrylic and rubber title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 verso 100 x 100mm $100 – $150


142 Nick Wall The Insight of Learned Men acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 verso 250 x 760mm $500 – $800

141 Alan Taylor Untitled – Two Figures acrylic on canvasboard signed 193 x 242mm $400 – $600

143 Grahame Sydney Back Side etching, 3/25 title inscribed, signed and dated March ’85 273 x 340mm $1200 – $2000

146 Paul Hartigan Godess of Love colour photograph 520 x 500mm $700 – $1000

144 Pat Hanly Drawing for the Golden Age ink and oilpastel on paper signed with artist’s initials P. H and dated ’80 225 x 195mm $5500 – $7500

147 Denis Knight Turner Untitled – Study of a Mounted Deer’s Head mixed media on paper signed and dated ’57 and inscribed No. 21 365 x 303mm $600 – $900

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145 Dick Frizzell Trickle Down lithograph, 8/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 690 x 490mm $800 – $1400

148 John Reynolds Hermes lithograph, 8/20 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 380 x 285mm $500 – $800


149 Patrick Pound Untitled oil on canvas, 1995 305 x 200mm $500 – $800

152 Louise Henderson Egyptian Motif lithograph, 1959 original Warwick Henderson Gallery label affixed verso 300 x 496mm $400 – $600

155 Jeffrey Harris Untitled compressed charcoal on paper , 1992 120 x 200mm $700 – $1000

150 Gavin Chilcott Hearts, Cups and Stars colour lithograph, 16/21 title inscribed, signed and dated 1991 420 x 575mm $600 – $1000

153 Dick Frizzell The Iron Pot – Napier lithograph, 23/42 title inscribed, signed and dated ’89 550 x 730mm $700 – $1200

156 Jeffrey Harris Untitled – Obscured Figure watercolour and oilpastel on paper signed and dated 1969 430 x 700mm $1500 – $2500

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151 Barry Cleavin Somnolence soft ground etching, 2/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1966 295 x 375mm $300 – $500

154 Jeffrey Harris Untitled compressed charcoal on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1992 verso 133 x 216mm $700 – $1000

157 Sybil Fergusson Untitled pastel, ink and oilstick on paper signed; signed and dated 1953 verso 242 x 300mm $400 – $700


158 Pat Hanly Model and Artist II lithograph, 8/15 title inscribed, signed and dated ’87 195 x 260mm $850 – $1250

161 Michael Smither International Year of the Child, 1979 limited edition screenprinted poster signed with artist’s initials M. D. S 610 x 495mm $500 – $800

159 Graham Fletcher Tar Baby lithograph, 8/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 690 x 487mm $600 – $900

162 John Reynolds Twelve Hours of Daylight I etching, 3/18 title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 380 x 275mm $300 – $500

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160 David Hockney Igor Stravinsky, Metropolitan Opera screenprinted poster, 1981/1982 950 x 425mm $500 – $800

163 John Reynolds Twelve Hours of Daylight II etching, 1/18 title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 380 x 280mm $500 – $800


164 Judy Darragh Onewonders III acrylic and adhesive labels on paper 1125 x 640mm Provenance: Purchased by the current owners from Anna Bibby Gallery in 2000. $800 – $1400

167 Sam Mahon Untitled mixed media on paper signed and dated ’87 395 x 190mm $600 - $900

165 Brenda Hartill Silver Meltdown II etching, 9/10 title inscribed, signed and dated ’99 745 x 565mm $300 – $600

168 Dick Frizzell Architiki screenprint, 15/80 title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 545 x 440 mm $1500 – $2000

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166 Michael Smither Untitled screenprint, 17/18 signed with artist’s initials MDS and dated ’90 358 x 137mm $400 - $600

169 Dick Frizzell Legerdemain screenprint, 28/80 title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 510 x 400mm $1500 – $2000


Decorative Arts and Design Auction – Thursday 8 December at 6.00pm 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland Please note slightly earlier than usual start time for this auction.

Viewing Friday 2 December Saturday 3 December Sunday 4 December Monday 5 December Tuesday 6 December Wednesday 7 December Thursday 8 December

9.00am  –  5.00pm 11.00am  –  4.00pm 11.00am  –  4.00pm 9.00am  –  5.00pm 9.00am  –  5.00pm 9.00am  –  5.00pm 9.00am  –  1.00pm


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New Zealand Ceramics 200. Barry Brickell, salt glazed bread crock with original wooden lid. H.320mm $150 – $250 201. Patricia Perrin, unglazed stoneware garlic jar with two pierced lugs at the shoulder, rope handles and original cork stopper. Decorated with poured glaze. H.150mm $200 – $400 202. Simon Engelhard, stoneware pedestal bowl. D.130mm $40 – $80 203. Graeme Storm, stoneware teapot with cane handle. $30 – $60 204. Betty Cutcher, 1950’s stoneware lidded jar with wax resist abstract design. H.220mm $50 – $100 205. Denis O’ Connor, stoneware bottle decorated with an abstracted figural form. H.170mm $50 – $100

The Following thirty six lots are from the collection of the potter and photographer Steve Rumsey 206. Theo Schoon, a rare and important press moulded stoneware dish. The rectangular dish decorated with an impressed Theo Schoon stamp design. Signed with initials to the base and with affixed label from Steve Rumsey.

This dish, one of only four known, was a creative collaboration between Steve Rumsey, Len Castle and Theo Schoon. In 1985 Theo Schoon was living in Mangere in a retirement home, weak and frail as a result of emphysema. This dish was formed by Steve Rumsey from a Len Castle mould then given to Theo who, sitting cross-legged in bed, decorated the dish with his impressed stamp designs. After firing, the dish was rubbed with manganese dioxide and fired by Steve Rumsey in his electric kiln.

211. Len Castle, planter pot with heavily impressed ribbing and salt glaze, impressed initials. D.240mm $400 – $700 212. Len Castle, planter pot, matching the above pot but of smaller size. D.190mm $300 – $500 213. Len Castle, planter pot, matching the above pot but of smaller size. D.160mm $250 – $400 214. Len Castle, stoneware vase with impressed rope design, grey ash glaze over saturated iron under glaze. H.180mm $400 – $600 215. Len Castle, stoneware vase, ovoid shape with slender flaring neck with incised circles and vertical bands, grey ash glaze over saturated iron under glaze. H.200mm $450 – $650 216. Len Castle, stoneware section bottle vase with rectangular walls the surface decorated with saturated iron under glaze, wax resist decoration of quince branch, mottled rutile over-glaze, impressed initials. H.298mm $1500 – $2000 217. Len Castle, cylindrical vase decorated with incised concentric bands with ash glaze over iron. H.290mm $400 – $700

227. Rosemary Brittain, three earthenware bird figures in oxide wash over white slip. $200 – $400 228. Plifiu Antoniaconi, lidded crackle glaze jar. H.160mm $20 – $40 229. Rick Rudd, stoneware vase of ovoid shape decorated with two glazed bands in brown and black on oxide washed surface. H.1130mm $200 – $300 230. Arnaud Barraud, stoneware wine flagon. H.340mm $30 – $50 231. Barry Brickell, two stoneware mugs. $35 – $50 232. Moira Elliot, stoneware lidded sugar basin with tenmoku glaze. $35 – $50 233. Tony Bacon, stoneware section vase with tenmoku glaze. H.360mm $80 – $120 234. John Parker, ovoid vase reducing to the neck section with mauve coloured glaze, incised initials to the base. H.210mm $200 – $250 235. Adrian Cotter, stoneware teapot with cane handle. $30 – $50

218. Len Castle, cylindrical vase similar to the above lot but of slightly smaller size. $400 – $600

236. Barbara Hockenhull, porcelain vase. $30 – $50

219. Len Castle, cylindrical vase similar to the above lot. H.200m $350 – $500

237. Brian Gartside, large stoneware dish. D.360mm $100 – $200

220. Len Castle, cylindrical vase similar to the above lot. H.240mm $350 – $500

238. Jan Cockell, lidded porcelain potpourri vase. $20 – $40

221. Len Castle, cylindrical vase similar to the above lot. H.220mm $350 – $500

239. Barry Brickell, ovoid stoneware vase, salt glazed with impressed cipher to base. H.220mm $200 – $250

222. Len Castle, two small cylindrical vases each decorated with incised concentric bands with ash over iron glaze. H.150 and 170mm $300 – $500

240. Keith Blight, platter with impressed fossil design on blue and green glazed ground, impressed initials. W.350mm $35 – $50

223. Len Castle, early ovoid shaped vase, earthenware matt wood ash glaze, impressed initials, label affixed by Steve Rumsey dated 1958. Small rim chip. H.220mm $400 – $600

241. Peter Stichbury, large cylindrical stoneware lidded crock with tenmoku and iron ash glaze, impressed mark to the base and with affixed label from Steve Rumsey dated 1972. H.330mm $450 – $550

208. Len Castle, an early yunomi with tenmoku glaze, impressed initials, circa1950’s. D.95mm $150 – $250

224. Len Castle, miniature stoneware bowl, orange crackle glaze to the interior, tenmoku exterior. D.90mm $80 – $140

242. Len Castle, hanging discoid vase with impressed decoration circa 1969, impressed marks. A similar example illustrated in Len Castle: Making the Molecules Dance, p214. $400 – $600

209. Len Castle, bowl with over fired blue glaze and impressed initials. D.280mm $300 – $400

225. Len Castle, double aperture ovoid stoneware vase. H.140, W.130mm $400 – $500

210. Len Castle, pourer with matt wood ash glaze, impressed initials. H.210mm $400 – $500

226. Rosemary Brittain, earthenware bird figure in oxide wash over white slip. H.140mm $200 – $400

Provenance: From the collection of Steve Rumsey. See NZ Potter’s Magazine, Volume 27, Number 2, 1985, p19-21, together with a letter of provenance from Steve Rumsey that accompanies the dish. A similar dish is held in the Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa.

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207. Len Castle, an early bowl with tenmoku and iron glaze, circa 1950’s, impressed initials. D.340mm $1500 – $2000

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244. Len Castle, small stoneware bowl with jun type glaze to the well over tenmoku impressed initials D.140mm $150 – $200 245. Len Castle, stoneware ovoid vase with shino glaze and impressed initials. H.210mm $500 – $800 246. Len Castle and Andrew van der Puten, stoneware jug with strap handle, grey ash glaze over saturated iron under glaze, impressed initials. H.130 mm $350 – $350 246A. Len Castle, Sulphurous bowl, 2010, earthenware. Signed with impressed initials to the base. D.450mm $3500 – $5000 247. Warren Tippett, stoneware bowl, tenmoku cipher mark to the foot. D.240mm $250 – $350 248. Don Thornley, stoneware floor vase with shino type glaze. H.410mm $200 – $300 249. Len Castle, a good earthenware Crater Lake bowl with turquoise alkaline glazed interior, impressed initials. D.460mm This piece was commissioned by the current owner and as requested, exhibits a unique deep turquoise glazed interior. $3750 – $4500 250. Mirek Smisek, salt glazed bowl, cipher mark to base. D.310mm $50 – $100 251. Mirek Smisek, stoneware wine flagon with original cork and cane stopper, tenmoku glaze, marked with initials to base. H.250mm $100 – $200 252. Anneke Borren, sauce bottle, a lidded jar and a ewer. $50 – $100 253. Mirek Smisek, two stoneware pedestal bowls. $50 – $100 254. Mirek Smisek, small salt glazed jug, marked with initials. H.130mm $30 – $50 255. Barry Brickell, small squat ‘fatso’ jug. H.150mm $200 – $300 256. Mirek Smisek, stoneware bowl and two mugs. $30 – $50 257. A Rangiora pottery plate and bowl. $30 – $50 258. Potter unknown, stoneware dish with iron ash glaze. L.290mm $20 – $30 259. Ted Dutch, ceramic tile, relief decorated with Signaller figures and applied red, blue and yellow discs. 153 x 153mm $500 – $800

260. Anneke Borren, hand painted orb candlestick. $150 – $250

272. Crown Lynn, hand crafted vase painted with a leaf and branch design (A.F). H.190mm $50 – $100

261. Graeme Storm, stoneware vase (small repair to lip) together with a salt glazed Kerikeri pottery stoneware bowl and crackle glazed teapot. $40 – $80

273. Crown Lynn, ten assorted white vases. $200 – $300

262. Anneke Borren, salt pig with hand painted floral decoration. H.210mm $100 – $200 263. Christine Harris, Futurist figure, mould cast concrete. Purchased from the Society of Arts annual show in 1979. H.720mm $400 – $600 264. Crown Lynn by Reg Millar, white crackle glazed experimental prototype table lamp decorated with oriental inspired motifs. H.470mm This lamp was a prototype design for the Asian market; the lamp was never put into production. Four examples were made, the other three were destroyed and this is the only surviving example Provenance: Austin Millar (plate engraver and jeweller at Crown Lynn) $600 – $1000 265. Crown Lynn, pair of small mottled glaze vases, over painted with floral decoration. H.90m $50 – $100 266. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted bowl, Shape 55. D.260mm $100 – $300

274. Titian studio pottery, vase with blue lace glaze. H.310mm $200 – $300 275. Luke Adams, blue glazed trough with moulded floral decoration. W.200mm $100 – $200 276. Paul Hartigan, Platinum Tattoo ware cup and saucer. $150 – $250 277. Paul Hartigan, Platinum Tattoo ware cup and saucer. $150 – $250 278. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware, pair of cups and saucers. $100 – $200 279. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware, four espresso cups. $200 – $250 280. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware bowl. $100 – $150 281. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware salt and pepper shakers. $50 – $100 282. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware, pair of ashtrays. $50 – $100 283. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware plate. $100 – $200

267. Daniel Steenstra for Crown Lynn, hand crafted vase, hand painted with vertical bands in brown and black. H.160mm $500 – $600

284. Paul Hartigan, Tattoo ware bowl, the transfer decoration arranged in the form of a skull. $100 – $200

268. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted vase, Shape 16, with yellow experimental glaze. H.290mm $300 – $600

285. Paul Hartigan, Platinum Tattoo ware bowl, the transfer decoration arranged in the form of a skull. Signed and dated 10-5-2007 in platinum verso. $150 – $300

269. Crown Lynn, ‘Three Faces of Eve’ Lamp in unusual yellow experimental glaze. $900 – $1500 269A. Crown Lynn, twenty six plates with an under glaze olive green band to the border with tekoteko figures, six large and twenty of smaller size. Together with other plates without the tekoteko design. $200 – $400 270. Crown Lynn, Fletcher’s ashtray probably by Frank Carpay, together with a Crown Lynn Spin Craft mug. $20 – $40 271. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, Handwerk wall charger. Hand painted with doves within a geometric patterned border. Repaired. D.360mm $1000 – $1500

New Zealand and International Glass 286. Emma Camden, three cast glass shadow boxes, jade green and clear glass. $1000 – $2000 287. Ann Robinson, cast glass ‘Spiral Pod’ bowl. Signed and dated 96 and inscribed No 1. 360 x 340 x 230mm $8000 – $12000 288. Dale Chihuly, Red Amber Persian Pair. Unique hand blown glass sculptures. Complete with perspex case. Certification Number 446pp2p10. Signed and dated 2010. 230 x 200mm each $8500 – $12000 289. No lot.

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290. Ettore Sottsass for Memphis, ‘Deneb’ goblet, clear, purple, blue, red, green and yellow glass. Etched mark E. Sottsass per Memphis, Milano. H.210mm $1200 – $1600 291. Murano, Homage to Picasso, multicoloured glass vase with two heads issuing from a cloud shaped base. H.410, W.300mm Provenance: Previously in the collection of Michael Barrymore. $1800 – $2800 292. Dominic Burell, Pod vase, hand blown, cut and sand blasted glass. $300 – $500 293. Gary Nash, black glass ‘Night Sky’ bowl. Signed and dated 1987 to the base. D.375mm $300 – $600 294. John Croucher, hand blown pink and clear glass lip vase. H.310mm $200 – $300

Decorative arts of the modern movement and modern design including the collection of the photographer John Pettitt

303. Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, armchair with original webbed seat and back. A similar example illustrated in At Home: A Century of New Zealand Design by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins with an original photograph showing a Jansen shop display, p.148 $500 – $1000

295. A French art deco period three piece cloud suite, with walnut detailing to the arms and original brown leather upholstery (showing wear). $3000 – $5000 296. An unusual art deco period lamp and smokers stand, brass framed and made in the form of a skyscraper building, the top section with amber glass panels featuring dancing nude female figures, the lower section panels missing. H.950mm $150 – $200 297. Bauhaus (attributed), early 20th century figure of a giraffe. Provenance: From the collection of John Pettitt. $2500 – $5000 298. German 1930’s Bauhaus style metal industrial design desk with four drawers, raised on tubular chromium supports. L.1560, W.780, H.780mm $2000 – $3000 299. Collette Gueden, Les Femmes en jaune bonnet (lady in yellow bonnet). Biscuit and glazed earthenware, minor restoration to yellow bonnet. H.480mm Provenance: From the collection of John Pettitt. $2000 – $4000 300. Collette Gueden, French 1950’s Primavera cabinet plate, painted with a still life scene, signed verso. D.240mm $300 – $500 301. M H Designs, French Primavera 1950’s porcelain cabinet plate, hand painted with street scene of a café and tobacconist, signed with initials. D.240mm $300 – $500 302. Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, a rare wingback 1950’s armchair, raised on four tapering cylindrical legs with original red and black mosaic patterned upholstery. Provenance: Purchased directly from the Jon Jansen furniture store by the current owner in the 1950’s. $3000 – $6000

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302A. Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, a rare dining room suite with solid mahogany quatrefoil top raised on splayed tapering cylindrical legs, complete with six ergonomically designed chairs raised on legs matching the table. This is the only known surviving example of this style of table and six chairs Provenance: Historically purchased from Jon Jansen by the owners of a 1950’s architecturally designed home in Misson Bay, Auckland. $5000 – $8000

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304. Ernst Plischke pair of rare and important architecturally designed chairs and matching coffee table. The chairs constructed from New Zealand pine with original hessian webbing and canvas backs, complete with original foam squabs. The matching coffee table with integral magazine rack. Circa 1955. This is the only known pair of chairs and matching coffee table to be offered on the open market. Similar chairs are illustrated in several 1950’s architectural publications and a similar example, made from New Zealand pine illustrated in E.A. Plischke on the human aspect in modern architecture by V.K Wedl, Austria 1969. p.155 Provenance: From the deceased estate of one of New Zealand’s early television producers. $5000 – $8000

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305. Bob Roukema for Jon Jansen, armchair and rare matching ottoman upholstered in chocolate brown leather. See 1950s show magazine, Auckland City Art Gallery and Around the Home, 32 page booklet, circa 1955 for similar examples. $2000 – $3000 306. John Crichton, rare 1950’s adjustable height hanging lamp in spun aluminium and copper. Illustrated in several 1950s Crichton interiors. $1000 – $1500 307. Jon Jansen (attributed), rare 1950’s New Zealand-made cantilevered floor lamp in brass and steel with raffia shade. $700 – $1200

308. Jon Jansen, rare 1950’s teak desk with two frieze drawers raised on splayed tapering legs. H.980, L.900, W.530mm $800 – $1600 309. New Zealand 1950’s minimalist design rectangular table in pine and tubular steel with matching chair. Table: L.1085, H.755mm Illustrated in Home Magazine article showing furnishings of Group Architects. From the Robertson house in Glendowie. $1000 – $1500 310. John Crichton, 1950’s wrought iron standard lamp with original Crichton tapa shade. $800 – $1200

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311. Jon Jansen, 1950’s oak glass top coffee table raised on four tapering legs. 620 x 1080mm A similar example illustrated in At Home: A Century of New Zealand Design by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins with an original photograph showing a Jansen shop display, p.148 $500 – $800 312. New Zealand 1950’s cloud-form oak top coffee table supporting a conforming glass top, raised on tapering legs. W.1120mm $300 – $500 313. Jon Jansen, 1950’s oak glass top coffee table. 450 x 1070mm Reference as per lot 311 $300 – $600


314. New Zealand 1950’s pair of triangulated side tables. H.430mm $300 – $500 315. New Zealand 1950’s foot stool with original upholstery on tapering legs. $150 – $300 316. New Zealand 1950’s armchair with curved upholstered seat supported on oak boomerang form legs. $400 – $800 317. New Zealand 1930’s rimu, solid wood and ply office chair with swivelling and tilting mechanism. $1000 – $1500 318. John Crichton, two 1950’s cane patio chairs on blackened steel rod bases. $400 – $800 319. Italian 1950’s pottery vase, hand painted with Picasso-esque figures. H.340mm. Together with an Italian pottery ewer. $200 – $400 320. Italian earthenware vase, hand painted with two Picasso-esque figures. H.440mm $200 – $300 321. Richard Ginori, 1950’s ovoid vase, hand painted with abstracted spirals and drops in yellow and blue. Factory and American Retailers marks; Beth Weissman Co, New York, to the base. H.3340mm $250 – $350 322. Richard Ginori, 1950’s red glazed vase with moulded figural design. H.230mm $100 – $200 323. Eva England for Pukeberg (Sweden), volcano vase of swollen ovoid shape in blue and clear glass. H.425mm $600 – $800

330. Archimede Seguso, glass vase of ovoid shape and green glass ribs issuing from the base. Small abrasion to the base. H.280mm $250 – $400 331. Kosta Boda Ventana, glass bowl by Mona Morales-Schildt, clear cased with blue tinting and optical cutting, signed to the base. D.200mm $300 – $500 332. Kosta Boda Ventana, glass dish by Mona Morales-Schildt, signed to the base. D.240mm $200 – $400 333. Italian 1960’s mould blown glass vase. H.500mm $100 – $200 334. Italian 1960’s mould blown yellow glass vase. H.480m $100 – $200 335. German Fraureuth Kuntsabteilung figure group modelled as Bacchanalian putti riding a tiger. W.330mm $500 – $1000

351. Austrian Anzengruber, pair of 1950’s figural candlesticks, the figures polychrome painted and dressed in 18th century attire. ‘Anzengruber, handmade in Austria’ and original strikes to the base. H.300mm $400 – $800

353. Austrian Hagenauer, brass bottle opener modelled with an inebriated figure in high relief holding a bottle. 80 x 70mm $80 – $120

338. Italian art glass vase, tinted blue and yellow with clear glass lid and spire stopper. H.350mm $150 – $250

354. Italian Barovier and Tosso, mid century ribbed glass vase with applied leaf forms and gold inclusions. $300 – $500

339. Hutschrenreuther, porcelain tray transfer printed in the Pompeii pattern. L.330mm $40 – $80

355. Italian Seguso, pair of Murano glass angel fish, red and purple tinted, clear glass cased with aventurine highlights. $1000 – $1500

341. Italian blue cased glass vase with white interior, trumpet shaped, raised from a circular foot. H.2220mm $100 – $200

329. Ettore Sottsass for Artimede, Milano, Pausania architectural desk lamp, circa 1970. $800 – $1200

350. Royal Dux, two porcelain cat figures $100 – $200

337. Flygsfors, coquille art glass dish, blue with clear glass casing, signed and dated ’57 to the base. $250 – $500

325. Barovier and Toso, 1960’s cylindrical vase in banded red, green and blue glass. H.245mm $400 – $800

328. Wedgwood, Zodiac bull by Arnold Machin, decorated with signs of the zodiac. L.400mm. Similar example held in the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. $1000 – $2000

349. Per Lutken for Holmgaard, mould blown blue cased glass vase with white interior. H.210mm $50 – $100

336. Scandinavian green tinted art glass vase. W.2250mm $100 – $200

340. Italian 1950’s dish hand painted with a leaf design, signed and dated 14.1.55. L.320mm $100 – $200

327. Colin Melbourne for Beswick, stylised cow hand painted in red and brown, circa 1950. L.250mm $400 – $600

348. Italian art glass vase of tapering cylindrical shape with internal blue and clear glass casing. $100 – $150

352. Austrian Anzengruber, pair of 1950’s Folkloetanze (folk dancers) figural candlesticks, polychrome painted, each figure crouching on one leg with the other extended. ‘Anzengruber, handmade in Austria’ and original factory strikes to the base. H.250mm $400 – $800

324. Eva England, vase matching the previous lot but of smaller size. H.225mm $400 – $600

326. Colin Melbourne for Beswick, stylised Bison figure with hand painted abstract decoration, circa 1950’s. H.225mm $400 – $600

347. Italian yellow art glass vase of graduated tapering cylindrical shape. H.200mm $40 – $80

356. Italian Mazzega 1960’s cased white glass globe lamp. D.180mm $250 – $500 357. 1950’s Venini, glass bowl decorated with a blue and green swirling design. D.205mm $200 – $300

342. Kosta Boda, blue glass vase with clear glass casing. H.180mm $175 – $250

358. Aarikka Finland, 1960’s hanging aluminium mobile sculpture with original box. $100 – $200

343. Tapio Wirkkala for Ittala, glass vase decorated with wheel cut lines. H.120mm $100 – $150

359. Nils Thorensen for Copenhagan, Fajence slab vase decorated with an abstract design in pale blue. H.300mm $300 – $400

344. Timo Sarpaneva for Ittala, four festive glass candlesticks of graduated size with bark patterned surface. $150 – $250 345. Italian art glass vase, triangulated form with red tinted clear glass encasing blue glass to the centre. W.290mm $40 – $70 346. Four assorted art glass vases. $50 – $100

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360. Royal Copenhagen, four sided Fajence vase painted with an abstract floral design. H.220mm $200 – $400 361. Royal Copenhagen, Fajence dish painted with nesting birds. L.320mm $100 – $200 362. Royal Copenhagen, Fajence lidded box painted with abstract designs, H.100mm. Together with a bowl and square dish. $100 – $200


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363. Japanese stoneware 1950’s modernist vase with conical bowl supported on tapering stem with brown and yellow glaze. H.300mm $150 – $300

379. Italian 1950’s tin glazed terracotta vase, with polychrome painted abstract fish decoration. H.260mm $200 – $400

364. Camping Toledo, 1950’s sculptured owl form jug with hand painted blister glazed jug. $200 – $400

380. Aureliano Toso for Murano, 1960’s stoppered bottle vase in swirling layered pink, white and blue clear cased glass with aventurine highlights. H.390mm $300 – $600

365. Swedish 1950’s Nutajarvi Nuttso vase of flared tapering form painted with leaf design and alternate repeating crimson bands. H.130mm $200 – $400

392. Eero Aarino, Globe Chair originally designed in1963-1965, moulded fibreglass with reinforced polyester seating section on a painted aluminium base with internal black fabric covering foam upholstery. D.990mm at opening. This vintage example was manufactured in Finland. $4000 – $6000

383. 1960’s pop art glass vase of tapering conical form, amber tinted with white and orange bands. H.235mm $400 – $600

393. Eero Aarnio, Globe Chair originally designed in 1963-1965, moulded fibreglass with reinforced polyester seating section on a painted aluminium base with internal black fabric covering foam upholstery. D.990mm at opening. This early example was manufactured under licence in Australia by McKay. Provenance: This example purchased privately from Ross Morrison and originally belonged to a Dunedin gentleman who held the New Zealand import licence for these chairs. $4000 – $6000

384. Flavio Poli for Seguso, Sommerso, glass vase in green and amber, encased in clear glass with original label. Circa 1950’s. H.220mm $400 – $600

394. Italian 1960’s rare chain floor light with tubular soda glass shades, chromed steel links raised on a circular disc base. H.1250mm $4000 – $6000

370. Whitefriars, 1930’s blue tinted glass vase with applied optical lozenge design. H.190mm. $300 – $500

385. Erole Barovier, glass vase with purple open weave design alternating with aventurine highlights within a clear glass casing. H.245mm $1400 – $2000

371. Italian Guido Gambone, 1950’s stoneware specimen vase. H.130mm $200 – $400

386. Paolo Venini, blue glass decanter, original label to the base. H.170mm $900 – $1400

372. Richard Ginori for Doccia, 1950’s lidded porcelain pill box enamelled and gilded with a campana urn to the lid. D.56mm $150 – $250

387. Guido Gamboni, 1950’s stoneware quatrefoil dish hand painted with abstract hand motif in yellow on cream ground. L.200mm $200 – $400

395. Eero Saarinen for Knoll International, a good Tulip pedestal dining suite, Model 151, designed in 1955. Comprising a marble topped table with eight matching chairs, each plastic coated with an aluminium base supporting a moulded fibreglass shell seat with original loose upholstered latex foam red cushions. Manufactured by Knoll International USA. $6000 – $10 000

373. Michael Graves for Alessi, three piece stainless steel tea set comprising teapot, milk jug and sugar basin. $200 – $400

388. Italian 1960’s open decanter with an orange and amber glass aureliano toso design to the base. H.300mm Made to commemorate a major solar eclipse in 1963 $500 – $800

366. Italian Pucci, 1950’s female figural jug. H.230mm $200 – $400 367. German Thomas, 1950’s porcelain black and white pop art cylindrical vase. H.245mm $200 – $400 368. Italian Fornasetti, 1950’s porcelain dish decorated with a sun motif within a gilded border. D.130mm $300 – $500 369. Holmgaard Per Lutkin Carnaby, vase of red and white cased glass. H.300mm $200 – $400

374. Italian 1950’s stoneware ewer with beck from spout, hand painted with a design of stylised birds. H.210mm $200 – $400

381. Holmgaard, 1960’s gull vase in cased yellow and white glass. H.370mm $400 – $600 382. Tapio Wirkkala, 1950’s Scandinavian glass vase of tapering flared conical shape decorated with intaglio concentric bands. $300 – $500

389. Italian designed Ghost night light. $200 – $400

375. Vicke Lindstrand for Kosta, 1950’s heavy glass bowl with blue tinting and optical cutting. D.170mm $400 – $600

390. Scandinavian gray cased smoky glass vase of ovoid shape with cylindrical neck and loop handles. H.320mm $200 – $400

376. Italian Salviati, 1950’s glass figure of a priest. H.155mm $150 – $300

391. Italian 1950’s figure group, modelled as a young woman seated on tree stump comforting a deer. Together with a green glazed candelabra. Faults to both. $50 – $100

377. Italian Bitossi, 1950’s stoneware vase of swollen cylindrical shape with impressed geometric motifs in blue and green glaze. H.255mm $150 – $300

396. Eero Saarinen, Tulip table with white circular laminate top and four matching stools, each with plastic coated aluminium bases with original overstuffed latex foam yellow cushions. Manufactured by Knoll International USA. Table D.920mm $1500 – $2500 396A. Gaetano Pesce for B&B Italia, Up chair, Numbers 5 and 6. Black stretch fabric over moulded polyurethane foam. An example of this chair is illustrated on the book cover of 1000 Chairs by Charlotte and Peter Fiell, published by Taschen, 2010. $4000 – $5000 397. Charles Eames, leather upholstered ottoman, Model 671, raised on a cast aluminium base, circa 1960. $750 – $1250 398. George Nelson for Herman Miller, coffee table with white laminate top. D.720mm $400 – $600 399. Verner Panton for Vitra, injection moulded thermo plastic stacking chair. Hand signed by Verner Panton to base. $500 – $800

378. Vallauris, 1950’s vase with red lava glaze on a black and white mottled ground. H.360mm $250 – $400

400. Verner Panton, Panthella floor lamp. $600 – $800 401. Chair one designed and manufactured by Magis SpA, Treviso, Italy $400 – $800

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402. Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, a pair of Basculant chairs, Model B301, after the original 1928 design, manufactured by Cassina. Chromed bent tubular steel with black leather seats, backs and sling arms. $1500 – $2500 403. Warren Platner for Knoll International, pair of chairs, Model 1725A, constructed from nickel plated steel, rubbed fabric covered foam upholstery, original design 1966. These are early examples in superb condition. $6000 – $8000 404. Warren Platner for Knoll International, a coffee table with white marble top raised on a nickel plated base matching the previous lot. $1000 – $1500 405. Clement Meadmore, pair of string chairs, circa 1950’s. $1000 – $1800 406. Clement Meadmore, coffee table with white rectangular laminate top, raised on a fine steel rod with bronze castors. 910 x 350mm $800 – $1200 407. Australian 1950’s standard lamp with string shade supported on blackened steel javelin rod from a disc base, in the manner of Grant Featherstone. $800 – $1200 408. Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, vintage red PH5 light designed in 1958. D.500mm $800 – $1200 409. Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, vintage purple PH5 light designed in 1958. D.500mm $800 – $1200 410. Poul Henningsen for Louis Poulsen, vintage blue PH5 light designed in 1958. D.500mm $800 – $1200 411. English 1960’s teak lowline modernist sideboard, three cupboards with circular motifs flanked by three drawers. L.1900, H.780mm, D.450mm $1500 – $2500 412. Norman Foster, Nomos office desk manufactured in 1982 with rosewood laminated top raised on tubular steel legs with pad disc feet. 1800 – $2500 413. Borge Mogensen for Fredericia Mobelfabrik, Denmark, pair of ‘Sleigh’ chairs, sold oak frame with exposed finger joints and wool upholstery. Model 2256, designed in 1958. $2500 – $3500 414. German late 1960’s Palisander cabinet, the four rosewood doors with beautifully figured timber opening to reveal shelving to the interior, set on a brushed steel base. L.2600, H.1730mm $2500 – $4500

415. Scandinavian impressive cantilevered palisander rosewood desk, raised on polished aluminium legs with sliding returns over drawers to each side. L.2000, W.1000, H.720mm $3000 – $5000 416. Hans Wegner, pair of armchairs with oak frame and original upholstery, manufactured by Getama Denmark, impressed designer and makers marks on underside. $1400 – $2000 417. Gunni Omann for Omann Jun Mobelfabrik, Denmark, a superb four door palisander rosewood sideboard, the four doors each with sculptured handles and slide open to reveal a fitted drawer section and shelving. Model NR19. Circa 1962. $3000 – $6000

428. Danish Skovby, 1950s lowline teak sideboard with four cupboards, the left hand cupboard enclosing four sliding drawers. $2000 – $3000 429. Jens Quistgaard for Danske, stained teak ice bucket. H.485mm $400 – $600 430. Cassina Muir, dining table and eight Allis stacking chairs. $4000 – $6000 431. A set of six 1950’s teak dining chairs. $800 – $1200 432. Jens Quistgaard for Danske, stained teak ice bucket. H.485mm $300-$500

418. Danish two seater sofa in the style of Borge Mogensen. Oak framed with tan leather upholstery. Circa 1960. $1500 – $2500

433. American Lightoiler 1980’s halogen up-lighter with conical bowl, raised on three blackened metal rods. Designed for a Californian university. H.190mm $600 – $1000

419. Mogen Hansen,a good three seater leather sofa. European beech frame with chocolate brown leather upholstery $2000 – $4000

434. T. H. Brown, architecturally designed 1960’s glass top coffee table in rosewood and teak framed with three interlocking stools. $600 – $1000

420. Hans Wegner for Getama, Denmark, European beech daybed, Model 258, designed in 1954, designer and makers stamp behind back cushion. $1500 – $2500

435. Memphis style 1980’s architect designed cabinet with four central drawers, each opening to reveal shelves to the interior. H.1500mm, W.915mm, D.370mm $600 – $1000

421. Borge Mogensen, superb oak eight drawer chest by leading Danish designer showing fine craftsmanship with beautiful turned handles, manufactures stamp for Karl Andersons, Sweden, on back of cabinet. $2500 – $3500

436. 1960’s pop art circular sofa with plush orange upholstery. D.2250mm $1000 – $2000

422. Ramus Solberg Mobelverksted, Norwegian mid century palisander rosewood coffee table, the book matched veneered top with original lacquered finish, makers label to underside of top. $800 – $1200 423. French early 1950’s palisander rosewood dining table, the superb book matched veneered top of rectangular shape set on four black lacquered legs. $1500 – $2500 424. Cees Braakman, Dutch laminated birch tea trolley. H.690mm, W.800mm $1500 – $2000 425. Claus Bonderup and Thorsten Thorup for Fog and Morup Denmark, a pair of 1960’s spun aluminium pendant lights. $400 – $800 426. Claus Bonderup and Thorsten Thorup for Fog and Morup Denmark, a pair of 1960’s spun aluminium pendant lights. $400 – $800 427. Paul McCobb for Calvin (Grand Rapids) USA, industrial design four drawer cabinet, maker’s label to top drawer. H.870mm, W.630mm, D.460mm $600 – $800

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437. English 1960’s space-age three piece lounge suite comprising a three seater sofa and two armchairs, of fibreglass construction with woollen chocolate brown upholstery. $2000 – $3000 438. Italian Stilnova Milano, 1980’s adjustable table lamp. H.600mm $600 – $1200 439. Warren McArthur, 1930’s industrial design stool. $400 – $600 440. An original 1970’s adjustable chrome and steel Arc lamp issuing from a pebbled stone plinth base. $600 – $1000 441. Mr Adjustable, chaise lounge, after the original design by Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, cantilevered tubular steel with black padded vinyl seat. L.1900mm The Mr Adjustable chaise lounge was designed in 1927 as part of Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe’s contribution to the Weissenhof exhibition in Stuttgart Germany. This design classic was awarded the Museum of Modern Art Award in 1977 and the Design Centre Stuttgart Award in 1978. $2000 – $3000 442. Brno, a pair of chairs, after the original design by Ludwig Mies Van der Rohe, with chromed bent flat steel frames. $500 – $800


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459. Pye Monarch 1950’s turntable housed in a black lacquer chinoiserie decorated cabinet. H.290, W.340 $400 – $500

443A. 1960s pop art lipstick floor mirror in red. $600 – $900

460. Danish 1950’s teak tea trolley with drinks compartment to the lower section. W.870mm $250 – $350

443B. 1960s pop art lipstick floor mirror in white. $600 – $900 443C. 1960s pop art lipstick floor mirror in black. $600 – $900 444. Kartell, 1960’s design modular plastic shelving unit. $600 – $1200 445. Kartell, yellow storage unit. H.660mm $150 – $250 446. Kartell, orange storage unit. $100 – $150 447. Italian 1980’s designer coffee table with clear glass top raised on a black powder coated triangulated steel base. 810 x 810mm $400 – $600 448. 1960’s battery operated wall clock decorated with multi coloured geodes. $100 – $200 449. Pair of 1960’s pop art travel bags. $200 – $300 450. German 1950’s modernist wall clock of acrylic and brass. D.470mm $400 – $600 451. 1950’s Incredible Visible Woman, anatomical woman model, unassembled and mint in box. $200 – $300 452. 1950’s stoneware oil and vinegar bottles in original wire stand. $50 – $150 453. Dansk design French 1950’s candlesticks, wax taper blackened alloy. $50 – $100 454. 1950’s anodized planter held in a tubular blackened triangular steel base. $100 – $200 455. Five drop ceiling lights suspended from wooden five spike ceiling rose with five original Vistossi glass shades. Circa 1960. $700 – $1000 456. Pair of 1970’s modernist upholstered chairs. $500 – $800 457. Vintage 1950’s art chair, after the original design by Arne Jacobsen, with laminated teak seat raised on black tubular steel legs. $250 – $350 458. American 1950’s pair of table lamps, the ceramic base of each modelled as a Chinese man and woman, each hand painted figure dressed in a robe and raised on a stepped ebonised plinth with original fittings and faux ivory finial. H.800mm $900 – $1400

461. 1950’s wool pile modernist floor rug in ecru, russet and orange. $200 – $400 462. Pair of New Zealand Nova 1960’s hanging pendant lights, each with eight tubular anodised aluminium drops. Illustrated in At Home p.216 $800 – $1200

477. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, black basalt facetted bowl. D.260mm $1000 – $2000 478. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, shoulder vase, moonstone glazed. D.270mm $1000 – $1500 479. Keith Murray for Royal Brierley, tapering cylindrical glass vase decorated with graduated optical discs raised on a circular foot, signed and with factory marks to the base. H.200mm $400 – $800 480. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, lidded bar salts jar, green glazed earthenware small rim frits. $100 – $200

463. German 1930’s steel and bakelite industrial desk lamp. $300 – $600

481. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, ovoid lathe turned moonstone vase. H.150mm $300 – $500

464. English Galaxy fibre optic lamp. $300 – $600

482. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, ovoid mat green glazed vase lathe turned with concentric bands, printed ‘KM’ mark to the base. H.170mm $600 – $1000

465. John Crichton, red painted anodised ceiling light, height adjustable, circa 1950’s. $400 – $800 466. Pair of child’s ply laminate side chairs. $200 – $400 467. 1950’s Philips desk lamp in steel and brass with saucer shaped shade. $400 – $600 468. Italian 1960’s pair of designer chrome steel side lights. $1000 – $1500 469. American 1950’s taxidermy deer hoof ashtray. $350 – $500 470. American 1950’s red deer taxidermy side lamp with brass fittings and later shade. $500 – $800 471. Poole Delphis, wall charger decorated with an abstract design in green, yellow and orange. $300 – $500 472. Poole Delphis, two dishes. $30 – $50 473. Norman Wilson for Wedgwood, ribbed bowl with a moonstone glaze covered in a black slip, Factory marked ‘N.W’ initials to the base. D.260mm $500 – $1000 474. Norman Wilson, 1950’s bowl with moonstone glaze, raised on three legs. Factory marks and incised initials to the base. L.170mm $250 – $350 475. Norman Wilson, bowl matching the previous lot with an aventurine glaze. $250 – $350 476. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, duck egg blue glazed lathe turned tapering conical vase. H.370mm $1000 – $2000

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483. Keith Murray for Royal Brierley, glass bowl of conical shape raised from a circular black glass foot, marked ‘Keith Murray SW Brierley’. W.260mm $800 – $1200 484. Poole, free form studio pottery vase hand painted with a leaf pattern on green, taupe and grey coloured band. H.260mm $250 – $350 485. Poole, free form pottery vase hand painted with trailing leaves by Alfred Read, pattern YFI. H.260mm $400 – $400 486. Poole, free form pottery case painted with an abstract spiral design on blue, green and grey vertical bands, pattern PLT. H.280mm $250 – $350 487. Poole, free form pottery vase painted in the stars pattern by Ruth Pavely, pattern FST. H.210mm 250 – $350 488. Poole, free form pottery vase painted with leaves in vertical bands by Alfred Read, pattern YHS. H.190mm $300 – $400 489. Poole, free form pottery vase of tapering cylindrical form painted with leaves in vertical bands by Alfred Read, pattern YHS. H.180m $250 – $350 490. Clarice Cliff, vase of cylindrical form and painted in the original Bizarre pattern. H.210mm


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New Zealand contemporary design and further New Zealand items 491. Humphrey Ikin, The Black Box. Exhibited in the Ply–ability exhibition at the Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, Napier, December 2009. $3000 – $4000

504. New Zealand 1950’s side table with black and white vinyl and top simulating tukutuku panel design, made at the Blind Institute in Parnell, Auckland. L.770mm. $300 – $500

492. Chris Grattan, Curve chair (1996). Ply seat and back raised on tubular aluminium legs. Exhibited in the Ply–ability exhibition at the Hawke’s Bay Museum and Art Gallery, Napier, December 2009. Illustrated on the cover of Framed: A Studio Furniture Survey, 1997, Dowse Art Museum. $2500 – $3500

505. New Zealand 1950’s black and white vinyl and cane side chair, made at the Blind Institute in Parnell, Auckland. $100 – $200

493. Humphrey Ikin, Peg chair. $2800 – $3500 494. Metal shelving unit, white enamel on bent steel alloy struts. 2000 x 700mm Exhibited at The Dowse Art Museum, circa 2000. $2000 – $3000 495. A plastic injection moulded chair. $200 – $400 496. Richard Priest, New Zealand architecturally designed 1980’s storage unit with a cupboard flanked by open compartments, wooden construction on burnished aluminium bases. H.2230, W.1160mm $800 – $1200 497. Richard Priest, storage unit similar to the previous lot. H.2240, W.1160mm $800 – $1200 498. New Zealand 1970’s modernist cantilevered grey leather upholstered lounge chair. $500 – $800 499. Fred Lowan for Fleur, armchair with original textured upholstery raised on tubular blackened steel legs. $200 – $400 500. Fred Lowan for Fleur, pair of 1950’s armchairs with oak arm rests held on black tubular steel supports with brown cloth upholstery raised on black tubular legs. Original Fleur label to the underside of one chair. $700 – $1000

506. Four New Zealand Butterfly chairs with aluminium triangulated frames and original sling covers. $400 – $800 507. John Crichton, wall plate decorated with a radiating mosaic pattern in white, green and blue titles. Remains of paper label on the base. D.280mm $350 – $500 508. New Zealand 1950’s room divider storage unit with integral lamp raised on splayed legs. H.1680, L.1380mm $400 – $800

520. A rare pre-European mahe (fishing sinker) carved from dense heavy stone with stone drilled protuberance for taking a line. The top section carved with a stylised human face. Found in the East Cape in the first half of the 20th century, it has remained with the present family for the last 50 years. $4000 – $8000 521. Early 20th century Ngati Tarawhai photo frame carved with manaia and wheku. 490 x 410mm $300 – $500 522. George French Angas, Monument to Tewhero’s Favourite Daughter at Raroera Pah near Otawhao, hand coloured lithograph, plate 10 from The New Zealanders Illustrated. 380 x 240mm $350 – $500 523. George French Angas, Native Tombs, hand coloured lithograph from The New Zealanders Illustrated. 490 x 340mm $350 – $500

510. Elizabeth Fraser, group of three canisters in Australian jarrah, rewarewa, and beech, each inlaid in copper and enamel to the top with floral design. $250 – $400

524. Manatanga 1960’s woollen blanket in red, black, yellow and white emulating a Maori tukutuku panel design. With original label, inscribed Manatanga (‘Keepsake’). $350 – $700

511. Betalite, Wellington, pair of 1950’s aluminium and brass wall lights. $50 – $100

525. Te Ariki, 1950’s travel rug in yellow, black and red emulating Maori tukutuku panel design, with original label inscribed ‘Te Ariki travel rug made in New Zealand at the Onehunga Woollen Mill’. $350 – $700

512. New Zealand 1960’s Freelight lamp, original label affixed to the base. $200 – $400 513. John Crichton style black tubular steel standard lamp with later George Nelson designed shade. H.1620mm $500 – $800 514. Little John Lighting, New Zealand 1960’s mushroom lamp. $150 – $250

502. Six assorted Year Books from New Zealand Arts, 1945-1951. $100 – $200

516. Two original 1950’s hanging cane patio chairs suspended from a metal chain and hook. For a similar example see Group Architects: Towards a New Zealand Architecture, edited by Julia Gatley $700-$1100

503. New Zealand 1950’s spun aluminium pendant light. Manufactured by Nova New Zealand. $300 – $400

519. 1970’s Hunter chair. $50 – $100

509. Elizabeth Fraser, New Zealand teak canister, the top inlaid in copper and enamel with a cruciform design. H.140mm Illustrated in NZ Craft by Doreen Blumhardt and Brain Brake. $200 – $400

501. Fred Lowan for Fleur, 1950’s armchair with blackened steel, framing mahogany surfboard arms raised on mahogany boomerang shaped legs. Original Fleur label to underside of the seat. $200 – $300

502A. New Zealand 1950’s copper and aluminium conical ceiling light. Manufactured by Nova New Zealand. $300 – $400

518. H Savage, Wellington, New Zealand canvas and leather travel trunk. Original label to the interior. Circa 1930’s. $200 – $300

515. Pair of 1950’s New Zealand made bar stools. $100 – $200

517. John Crichton, dish with a radiating mosaic pattern in brown, cream, ecru and black on a copper backing. D.280mm $100 – $200

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526. Manatanga, woollen travel rug in red, green, black and white, small hole to the centre, with original. Manatanga label. $250 – $400 527. Te Ariki, woollen travel rug in black, yellow, orange and white with original Te Ariki label. $350 – $700 528. Te Ariki, two travel rugs, both with original labels. $400 – $700 529. Tattersfield, “Maori Legends’ all wool pile rug, decorated with tukutuku panel designs within scrolling koru bands. In as-new condition with original label to the back. 1250 x 680mm $400 – $600 530. New Zealand Onehunga Woollen Mills, travel rug in yellow and green with original tiki label. $200 – $300 531. New Zealand Onehunga Woollen Mills, wool travel rug in blue and brown with original tiki label. $100 – $200


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546. Wrought iron cream and gold console table with matching mirror. $400 – $600

533. New Zealand Onehunga Woollen Mills, Princess blanket in orange and white with original label. $100 – $200

547. William IV period sterling silver combination snuff and pill box with hinged compartment to the top and lower section, each gilded to the interior. Marks for London 1834 by Thomas Edwards. L.60mm $400 – $800

534. A decoratively carved Maori wall mask carved with ta moko. 320 x 160mm $200 – $300 535. Pakariki Harrison, carved kauri tekoteko figure. H.520mm $200 – $300 536. Two Fijian tapa cloth sections and a Samoan tapa cloth. $100 – $200 537. West African Dan mask embellished with cowrie shells. H.490m $100 – $150 538. West African Dan mask similar to the above lot, of smaller size. L.330m $50 – $100 539. 19th century African Ibiji figure. $400 – $500

Decorative Arts 540. A French art nouveau inspired display cabinet, with dentil cornice above panelled cupboards above a recessed compartment flanked by panelled cupboards, raised on tapering square section legs with satinwood stringing on spade feet. H.1820, W.1830mm $2000 – $3000 541. A Regency period Tortoiseshell tea caddy with pagoda top and cantered corners, the interior with cushioned lid, strung in ivory with original tortoiseshell covers. Raised on flattened ivory feet. Some minor losses to the exterior tortoiseshell, mainly at the base. Additional losses to the interior ivory stringing. L.190mm $1800 – $2400 542. A 19th century painted gesso crucifix of Jesus mounted on a later cross, the figure with damage to one hand and the other missing. H.430mm $200 – $300 543. Flight Barr and Barr, porcelain tea bowl and saucer with painted floral decoration in puce and gilt. Unmarked. Together with a late 18th century Bristol porcelain sugar basin (A.F). $400 – $500 544. 19th century Venetian glass mirror. H.1130, W.650mm $1400-$1800 545. Pair of French 1920’s patio chairs, fully refurbished with powder coated wrought iron frames and ivory coloured waterproof squab seats and back rests, together with a vintage French outdoor glass top coffee table. $1500 – $2000

548. Lalique Luxembourg pattern bowl, the large and impressive crystal bowl decorated in high relief with dancing cherub figures. Etched marks ‘Lalique France’. D.260mm, H.230mm $3000 – $4000 549. Three sterling silver fiddle, thread and shell pattern table spoons, an Irish salt spoon by William Law and a fiddle thread and shell teaspoon. $150 – $250 550. A rare William and Mary period silver unascribed Apostle Spoon. The finial with a figure attributed to be St Jude, with sacred nimbus and holding a square, his typical attribute. Pricked on the back of the bowl with the makers initials S.E and dated 1695. Additional mark to the bowl, rubbed and indecipherable. Engraved to the back of the stem ‘WAL to FLA’ in early English script. L.180mm $1000-$2000 551. A sterling silver presentation punch bowl with lion masks with captured ring handles. Engraved with presentation inscription: ‘Presented to Sir Henry Buckleton as a token of esteem by Auckland clients of the Bank of New Zealand December 1933.’ Hallmarks for 1904 by Walker and Hall. D.300mm $800 – $1200 552. A Japanese Meiji period paulowina wood chest of small proportions with a single frieze drawer above sliding panel cupboards above numerous small drawers with blackened cast iron handles. W.600, H.640mm $400-$600 553. Shoji Hamada, stoneware vase with twin handles, ash and iron glaze painted with flower stems. H.140mm H.1500 – $2000

559. Masonic service medal awarded to Brother J. Law, 10th February 1903 for 50 years service. Marks rubbed but assumed to be 18ct gold. $500 – $800 560. Five Victorian wine glasses, three with ruby coloured bowls and two with green bowls. $50 – $100 561. Pre Colombian style glazed earthenware figure. $30 – $50 562. Cast bronze model of a retriever with a pigeon in his mouth, after Moreau. $250 – $350 563. Unusual collection of nine late Victoria Lees patent Levi’s metallic splints. Size varies. $100-$200 564. St Ives coffee pot, Sydney Tustin ramekin, another ramekin, stoneware tenmoku glazed flagon, stoneware jar, two stoneware jugs and a sugar basin (eight pieces). $80 – $120 565. 1920’s handmade children’s ‘Noah’s Ark’ complete with numerous hand painted wooden animals. L.560mm Provenance: Collection of Martin Hill. $300 – $500 566. Winchcombe Pottery, three pottery galena glazed dishes with trailing line decoration, together with a terracotta jug. Provenance: Collection of Martin Hill. $200-$400 567. St Ives, three earthenware lidded casserole dishes. $100 – $200 568. St Ives, stoneware coffee pot with iron ash glaze. $350 – $50 569. St Ives, six earthenware bowls together with three ramekins and a lidded bowl. $50 – $100 570. Ridgeways, pair of Persia pattern tureens. $50 – $100 571. Art Nouveau iridescent yellow vase probably by Loetz. H.100mm $200 – $300

554. Japanese late Meiji period tea set hand painted with Bijin. $100-$200

572. Art Nouveau copper dish with hammer finish sinuous floral decoration. L.290mm $150 – $250

555. Satsuma bowl painted with nesting birds beside a river. $30 – $50

573. Framed W.W.I. collage with a certificate awarded to ‘Mr Archibald Russell’, appointing him ‘Sub Lieutenant in the Royal Navy Reserve, April 1917’, complete with four service medals, badge and epaulettes. $150 – $250

556. Japanese Tashio period lidded vase decorated in raised enamels with Samurai Warriors together with a lidded Imari vase. $200 – $300 557. Chinese silver ashtray decorated with a dragon pursuing a phoenix. $30 – $50 558. Small Chinese lidded papier mache box. $20 – $40

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591. German pottery floor vase with orange lava glaze. H.440mm $50 – $100 592. German pottery floor vase with mottled yellow glaze. H.530mm $100 – $200 593. Danish Soholm, vase, together with another Danish 1960’s vase. $80 – $100 594. Kiss Rooz, pair of glazed earthenware figural candlesticks. H.130mm $40 – $80 595. Fantasy ware, art deco period vase, hand painted with floral decoration. H.190m $80 – $140 596. Carltonware, yellow engine turned vase with matt yellow glaze, Number 3980. $75 – $150 597. Jahre Rosenthal for Rosenthal studio-line porcelain dinner service. $400-$800 598. Villeroy and Boch, Santiago pattern coffee set. $50 – $100 599. Royal Copenhagen, lidded box together with a bell. $30 – $50 600. Esteru Tomula, Arabia cylindrical vase, decorated in the Pastoraali pattern. H.210mm $50 – $100 601. Bjorn Wiinblad for Nymolle Denmark, candle holder and candlestick. $30 – $60

610. Hageneur style blackened bronze figure of a young woman modelled standing with arms outstretched. H.230mm $100 – $150 611. Crown Devon, cylindrical vase painted with gilt floral decoration. H.180mm $75 – $100 612. Martin Boyd, three mugs decorated with aboriginal figures. $100 – $200 613. Arthur Boyd, stoneware vase with speckled blue and brown glaze, signed and dated 1945 to the base. H.140mm $200 – $400 614. American 1950’s large stoneware dinner service. $300 – $600 615. Meakin, Winston Churchill character jug. $20 – $40 616. Collection of eleven assorted Rorstrand coffee cans and saucers. $50 – $100 617. Collection of assorted pieces of Scandinavian folk lore ceramics. $100 – $200 618. Garry Nash, yellow glass vase with multicoloured murrines, signed and dated ’97. H.120mm $50-$100 619. Two Murano glass baskets and two glass pedestal bowls. $50-$100 620. Carlton Rouge Royale, vase decorated in raised enamel with a figure beside a pagoda. $100 – $200

584. German 1960’s studio pottery vase, cylindrical form painted with green concentric bands. $50 – $100

602. Swedish Nittsjo, 1950’s art pottery jug together with an ovoid vase and small vase. $100 – $200

585. Two German studio pottery vases with red and orange glaze. $50 – $100

603. Swedish Nittsjo, 1950’s art pottery bottle vase together with a bowl. $40 – $80

586. German studio pottery vase with orange glaze together with an Italian 1960’s orange glazed candle stand. $30 – $50

604. Hand painted porcelain plate entitled ‘Four Calling Birds’, artist unknown. 300 x 300mm $50 – $100

623. Heavy cut crystal wine decanter and another wine decanter. $75 – $125

605. Royal Haeger, American 1950’s figure of a Mermaid, pink and white glaze. L.1530mm $300 – $400

624. Italian art glass vase, green glass with clear casing. $50 – $100

606. Zebrette ware, vase, together with three beakers and a 1950’s four piece condiment set. $100 – $200

625. Cased set of Sevres whisky glasses. $50 – $100

587. German 1960’s large studio pottery vase, cylindrical form, the centre section painted with abstract designs on a yellow and orange ground. 588. Two German 1960’s studio pottery vases. $50 – $100 589. German large studio pottery vase painted with a Venetian scene with gondola and buildings together with a small German studio pottery vase. $50 – $100 590. German 1960’s floor vase, orange and brown glaze. H.500 $100 – $200

607. Alvar Aalto, chromium plated vase raised on three legs. $75 – $125 608. Ulrome Hornsea bust of a seated woman. H.120mm $60 – $120 609. Chase Corporation, art deco chromium plated specimen vase. H.230mm $125 – $150

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621. Auzengrueber Style African bust together with a model of a hand. $50 – $100 622. 1950’s electric juicer. $40 – $80

626. Cased set of Sevres water glasses. $50 – $100 627. Italian 1950’s Vesianna espresso coffee maker. $100 – $200 628. Two angle poised desk lamps and a table lamp. $50 – $100 629. Webb and Corbett lead crystal paperweight. $50 – $100


630. A turned wood bowl and four coconut cups. $50 – $100 631. A collection of 1950’s and 1960’s parasols, bags and assorted items. $100 – $200 632. New Zealand folk art chair. $100 – $200 633. No lot 634. Allan Russell Ball, surgical scissors, early patented design with patent documentation. $20 – $40 635. Te Toki, liquer bottle together with a blue Polynesian figural vase. $30 – $50 636. New Zealand Maori Warden mug together with a 1950’s dish decorated with a waka and wheku head. $30 – $50 637. Art deco period amber glass rose bowl together with a pink glass float bowl. $50 – $100 638. Art deco period painted plaster figural table lamp. $100 – $200 639. Pair of 1950’s aluminium candlesticks. $20 – $40 640. Beswick, matt white pottery vase. $30 – $40 641. Bretby, pair of pottery bookends together with three pottery hor-doevre dishes. $30 – $500 642. Titian pottery bowl together with four Titian pottery trough vases. $100 – $200 643. Susie Cooper art deco period dinner service. $200 – $300 644. Collection of woven flax bags and baskets. $100 – $200 645. American 1950’s blue art glass lighter and cigarette holder. $30 – $50 646. Suit of armour table lighter. $20 – $40 647. Table lighter modelled as a hand grenade. $50 – $100 648. Group of novelty lighters. $50 – $100 649. 1950’s aeroplane table lighter/ashtray. $50 – $100

Art work, photography and posters 653. Early panoramic black and white photograph of Auckland with the Victoria Cruising Club in the foreground, looking out towards St Mary’s Bay and the Hauraki Gulf, in original oak frame. Circa 1930’s. 120 x 520mm $100 – $200 654. James Chapman Taylor Untitled (Road and Forest) early black and white photograph signed on the mount J.W.Chapman Taylor 280 x 210mm $100 – $200 655. Alan Taylor Hongi Hika at the Battle of Mauinana, Tamaki River. oil on canvas. signed, dated and titled inscribed verso. 340 x 440mm $400 – $800 656. Alan Taylor Taupiri Mountain, King Flag 1864. oil on canvas. signed and titled verso. 640 x 600mm $350 – $500 657. Alan Taylor Three small paintings of fish. oil on board. size varies. $100 – $200 658. KLM Royal Dutch airlines Tokyo poster together with a Qantas ‘Fly to Japan’ poster. 1010 x 640mm $200 – $400

Toys 663. Vintage Japanese tinplate battery operated robot. H.300mm $300 – $500 664. Driver Dan and vintage New Zealand Lulu doll. $50 – $100 665. Russian 1950’s tinplate space toy. $40 – $50 665A. Clockwork monkey playing the accordion. $150 – $250 666. Injection moulded plastic Dalek figure after the original. H.300mm $100 – $200 667. Two 1930’s Pelham puppets, a sailor and a farm girl, in original box. $50 – $100 668. 1930’s Pelham puppet kit in original box. $30 – $50 669. Italian 1950’s celluloid ‘Oskar’ smoking figure in original box with cigarettes. $30 – $50 670. Chinese tinplate model of a fighter jet in original box. $20 – $40 671. Chinese tinplate ‘Flying Boat’ model in original box. $30 – $50 672. Donald Duck Pelham puppet. $100 – $200 673. Japanese vintage tinplate robot. $400 – $500

659. Teal Tasman Skyway poster printed by Whitcombe and Tombs. 1000 x 680mm $200 – $400

674. Chinese, The Milky Way Boat, tinplate in original box together with an American model machine gun. $40 – $80

660. Pan American airways USA poster. 1000 x 680mm $100 – $200

675. Chinese, Universe televiboat, tinplate space toy in original box. $50 – $100

661. David Bevin Nightlight signed gouache 290 x 410mm $100-$200

676. Chinese, Universe car, tinplate space toy in original box. $30 – $50 677. 8mm portable projector. $30 – $50

662. ‘Skull’, together with a second small painting of a leaf acrylic on canvas signed each 160 x 100mm $100 – $200

650. Pair of 1950’s saucer lamps with conical plastic shades. $40 – $80

678. Gama Tractor, Fun Ho tractor, Fun Ho cap gun, x-ray gun, space gun and two Indian bird toys. $50 – $100 679. Vanguards Ford Anglia, boxed together with a small tin Italian racing car. $30 – $50 680. New Zealand made wooden somersaulting clown toy, constructed from a gas mask box after the war. $50 – $100

651. Woven flax back pack. $100 – $150 652. Assorted stoneware plates, and bowls. $30 – $50

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681. Japanese, tinplate Universe car and toy fire truck with mystery action. $50 – $100 682. Edwardian pull-a-long toy with two fur poodles with papier mache faces. $200 – $400 683. Japanese TPS toy, mechanical clown juggling with a monkey. $200 – $300 684. Japanese TPS toy, Action Planet Robot key wound motor sparky toy, in mint condition with original box. $500 – $600 685. Japanese TPS toy, mechanical skip rope animals in original box. $100 – $200

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686. Japanese TPS toy, skating chipmunks. $50 – $100

692. Two 1960’s tinplate aeroplane models. $50 – $80

687. Dinky toys, Rolls Royce silver wraith No 150, in original box. $50 – $80

693. Large Japanese Masudaya talking robot YM3, in original box. $150 – $200

688. Japanese 1950’s celluloid Popeye figure. $30 – $50

694. Boxed Meccano set. $30 – $50

689. Dynatron radio controlled glass house van, in original box. $40 – $80

695. Action man Ninja warrior and Krunch figures and Star Wars, Luke Skywalker figure. $20 – $40

690. Vivid Imagination Captain Scarlet Spectrum pursuit vehicle, in original box. $40 – $80

696. 1930’s opera glasses. $20 – $40

691. Japanese musical doll, in original box. $20 – $40

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Conditions of sale

Please note: it is assumed that all bidders at auction have read and agreed to the conditions described on this page. ART+OBJECT directors are available during the auction viewing to clarify any questions you may have.

1. Registration: Only registered bidders may bid at auction. You are required to complete a bidding card or absentee bidding form prior to the auction giving your correct name, address and telephone contact + supplementary information such as email addresses that you may wish to supply to ART+OBJECT

10. Bidders obligations: The act of bidding means all bidders acknowledge that they are personally responsible for payment if they are the successful bidder. This includes all registered absentee or telephone bidders. Bidders acting as an agent for a third party must obtain written authority from ART+OBJECT and provide written instructions from any represented party and their express commitment to pay all funds relating to a successful bid by their nominated agent.

2. Bidding: The highest bidder will be the purchaser subject to the auctioneer accepting the winning bid and any vendor’s reserve having been reached. The auctioneer has the right to refuse any bid. If this takes place or in the event of a dispute the auctioneer may call for bids at the previous lowest bid and proceed from this point. Bids advance at sums decreed by the auctioneer unless signaled otherwise by the auctioneer. No bids may be retracted. The auctioneer retains the right to bid on behalf of the vendor up to the reserve figure.

11. Bids under reserve & highest subject bids: When the highest bid is below the vendor’s reserve this work may be announced by the auctioneer as sold ‘ subject to vendor’s authority’ or some similar phrase. The effect of this announcement is to signify that the highest bidder will be the purchaser at the bid price if the vendor accepts this price. If this highest bid is accepted then the purchaser has entered a contract to purchase the item at the bid price plus any relevant buyers premium.

3. Reserve: Lots are offered and sold subject to the vendor’s reserve price being met. 4. Lots offered and sold as described and viewed: ART+OBJECT makes all attempts to accurately describe and catalogue lots offered for sale. Notwithstanding this neither the vendor nor ART+OBJECT accepts any liability for errors of description or faults and imperfections whether described in writing or verbally. This applies to questions of authenticity and quality of the item. Buyers are deemed to have inspected the item thoroughly and proceed on their own judgment. The act of bidding is agreed by the buyer to be an indication that they are satisfied on all counts regarding condition and authenticity. 5. Buyers premium: The purchaser by bidding acknowledges their acceptance of a buyers premium of 15% + GST on the premium to be added to the hammer price in the event of a successful sale at auction. 6. ART+OBJECT is an agent for a vendor: A+O has the right to conduct the sale of an item on behalf of a vendor. This may include withdrawing an item from sale for any reason. 7. Payment: Successful bidders are required to make full payment immediately post sale – being either the day of the sale or the following day. If for any reason payment is delayed then a 20% deposit is required immediately and the balance to 100% required within 3 working days of the sale date. Payment can be made by Eftpos, bank cheque or cash. Cheques must be cleared before items are available for collection. Credit cards are not accepted. 8. Failure to make payment: If a purchaser fails to make payment as outlined in point 7 above ART+OBJECT may without any advice to the purchaser exercise its right to: a) rescind or stop the sale, b) re offer the lot for sale to an underbidder or at auction. ART+OBJECT reserves the right to pursue the purchaser for any difference in sale proceeds if this course of action is chosen, c) to pursue legal remedy for breach of contract. 9. Collection of goods: Purchased items are to be removed from ART+OBJECT premises immediately after payment or clearance of cheques. Absentee bidders must make provision for the uplifting of purchased items (see instructions on the facing page)

Important advice for buyers The following information does not form part of the conditions of sale, however buyers, particularly first time bidders are recommended to read these notes. A. Bidding at auction: Please ensure your instructions to the auctioneer are clear and easily understood. It is well to understand that during a busy sale with multiple bidders the auctioneer may not be able to see all bids at all times. It is recommended that you raise your bidding number clearly and without hesitation. If your bid is made in error or you have misunderstood the bidding level please advise the auctioneer immediately of your error – prior to the hammer falling. Please note that if you have made a bid and the hammer has fallen and you are the highest bidder you have entered a binding contract to purchase an item at the bid price. New bidders in particular are advised to make themselves known to the sale auctioneer who will assist you with any questions about the conduct of the auction. B. Absentee bidding: ART+OBJECT welcomes absentee bids once the necessary authority has been completed and lodged with ART+OBJECT. A+O will do all it can to ensure bids are lodged on your behalf but accepts no liability for failure to carry out these bids. See the Absentee bidding form in this catalogue for information on lodging absentee bids. These are accepted up to 2 hours prior to the published auction commencement. C. Telephone bids: The same conditions apply to telephone bids. It is highly preferable to bid over a landline as the vagaries of cellphone connections may result in disappointment. You will be telephoned prior to your indicated lot arising in the catalogue order. If the phone is engaged or connection impossible the sale will proceed without your bidding. At times during an auction the bidding can be frenetic so you need to be sure you give clear instructions to the person executing your bids. The auctioneer will endeavour to cater to the requirements of phone bidders but cannot wait for a phone bid so your prompt participation is requested. D. New Zealand dollars: All estimates in this catalogue are in New Zealand dollars. The amount to be paid by successful bidders on the payment date is the New Zealand dollar amount stated on the purchaser invoice. Exchange rate variations are at the risk of the purchaser.

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Absentee bid form Auction No 51 New Collectors Art 7 December 2011

Decorative Arts and Design 8 December 2011

This completed and signed form authorizes ART+OBJECT to bid on my behalf at the above mentioned auction for the following lots up to prices indicated below. These bids are to be executed at the lowest price levels possible.

lots at or below the prices listed on this form and the listed buyers premium for this sale (15%) and GST on the buyers premium. I warrant also that I have read and understood and agree to comply with the conditions of sale as printed in the catalogue.

I understand that if successful I will purchase the lot or Lot no.

Description

Bid maximum (New Zealand dollars)

Payment and Delivery ART+OBJECT will advise me as soon as is practical that I am the successful bidder of the lot or lots described above. I agree to pay immediately on receipt of this advice. Payment will be by cash, cheque or bank transfer. I understand that cheques will need to be cleared before goods can be uplifted or dispatched. I will arrange for collection or dispatch of my purchases. If ART+OBJECT is instructed by me to arrange for packing and dispatch of goods I agree to pay any costs incurred by ART+OBJECT. Note: ART+OBJECT requests that these arrangements are made prior to the auction date to ensure prompt delivery processing.

PHONE BID

Please indicate as appropriate by ticking the box:

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Signed as agreed: To register for Absentee bidding this form must be lodged with ART+OBJECT by 2pm on the day of the published sale time in one of three ways: 1. Fax this completed form to ART+OBJECT +64 9 354 4645 2. Email a printed, signed and scanned form to: info@artandobject.co.nz 3. Post to ART+OBJECT, PO Box 68 - 345 Newton, Auckland 1145, New Zealand

ART+OBJECT 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland, New Zealand. Telephone +64 9 354 4646, Freephone 0800 80 60 01

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New Collectors Art Artists Index Albrecht, Gretchen  64

Harrison, Michael  39

Pule, John  3

Boroughs, Justin  37

Hartigan, Paul  123, 138, 139, 140,

Riethmeier, Anne  88 

Blair, Philippa  93 Brake, Brian  54, 55

146

Reynolds, John  86, 98, 131, 148, 162,

Hartill, Brenda  165

163

Brown, Nigel  38, 85, 108

Hayes, Kenneth  28, 29

Robinson, James  16

Buchanan, Dean  87

Heaphy, Chris  50

Robinson, Peter  46, 63, 103

Budd, L.  41, 118

Henderson, Louise  27, 79, 152

Ruifrok, Wilhelmus  17

Bunkley, Brit  80

Hipkins, Gavin  57

Schoon, Theo  48

Cattapan, Jon  89

Hockney, David  160

Shepherd, Carole  30

Chilcott, Gavin  150

Hotere, Ralph  5, 14, 25, 72, 125

Smither, Michael  166, 161

Clairmont, Philip  6, 106

Hurley, Gavin  122

Stichbury, Peter  35, 40, 49, 126

Cleavin, Barry  151

Illingworth, Michael  60

Stringer, Terry  92, 115, 119, 120

Cotton, Shane  76

Kahukiwa, Robyn  67

Sydney, Grahame  11, 12, 96, 143

Couper, Matt  10

Karaka, Emily  15

Tamaki, Suzanne  68

Culbert, Bill  56, 58

Kingstone, Ian  21

Taylor, Alan  82, 141

Darragh, Judy  164

Killeen, Richard  43, 112, 124

Terry, Malcolm  73

Dashper, Julian  47, 65

Knight-Turner, Denis  95, 147

Thompson, Sydney Lough  109

Dolezel, Jenny  61, 84

Lewer, Richard  7, 31

Tole, Charles  33

Drummond, Andrew  107

Matheson, Jennifer  128

Tuffery, Michael  91

et al.   36

MacLennan, Stewart  135

Tuffery, Sheyne  19

Ferguson, Sybil  157

McCahon, Colin  127

Tweedie, Merilyn  59

Fletcher, Graham  159

McFarlane, Quentin  20

Twiss, Greer  116

Fomison, Tony  71, 94

Mcintyre, Mary  8

Vasarely, Victor  105

Fong, Luise  74, 90

McLeod, Andrew  70

Wall, Nick  142

Frazer, Jaqueline  132, 133, 134

McPhee, Charles  100, 101, 102

Walsh, John  69

Frazer, Neil  13

Mahon, Sam  167

White, A. Lois  51

Frizzell, Dick  1, 58a, 110, 113, 145,

Matil, Howard  22

White, Robin  44, 45

Misery  24, 32

Woollaston, Toss  42, 66

Fumpston, Rodney  18, 136, 137

Mitchell, Dane  97

Workman, Dion  114

Gibson-Smith, Peter  121

Morison, Julia  75

Younghusband, Adele  9

Gimblett, Max  4, 129

Ngan, Guy  23, 117

Yul Oh, Seung  53

Greig, Jason  104

Peebles, Don  2

Hammond, Bill  62

Pegler, Johanna  78

Hanly, Pat  81, 111, 144, 158

Petre, Mike  26

Harris, Jeffrey  52, 77, 130, 154, 155,

Pick, Seraphine  34, 83

153, 168, 169

156

Pound, Patrick  149

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