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41  New Collectors Art / Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection / The Arts of the Samurai AND Oceanic ArtEFACTS


New Collectors Art Tuesday 1 March at 6.00pm

The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection of Modern Design and Decorator items Wednesday 2 March at 5.30pm

The Arts of the Samurai from the collection of Harry Pappafloratos Asian Art Oceanic Art from a Private Collection Thursday 3 March at 6.30pm Please note: Auction commencement times vary for each auction. See above.

Cover: The interior of Douglas Lloyd Jenkins former Auckland home, designed by Robin Simpson in the 1930’s. Inside front cover: lot 748 (Beswick vase), lot 515 (Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn hand-potted vase), lot 556 (NZ 1960’s Noguchi inspired coffee table), lot 547 (John Chrichton standard lamp).


The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection of Modern Design and Decorator Items. Douglas Lloyd Jenkins is one of the most influential writers, critics and curators to have emerged in New Zealand over the last three decades. His 2004 publication At Home, A Century of New Zealand Design is regarded as the definitive text on the topic and is one of the most referred to books in the A+O library. Today Douglas is the director of the Hawkes Bay Museum & Art Gallery and based in Napier. His taste has moved in a new direction and so we and many new collectors are blessed to be able to enjoy and perhaps acquire one or two of the fabulous artworks and design items in this catalogue. Please turn to page 39 for a fascinating introduction to the collection.

Welcome to A+O’s first catalogue of 2011. A+O was founded in 2007 by collectors and for collectors – the support we have enjoyed from important figures within New Zealand’s visual and decorative arts worlds has been vital to the success of the company and the wide network of collector relationships we now enjoy. This catalogue is built around five extremely diverse and fascinating collectors many of whom have high profile roles in our public life. Each collection is testimony to the unique eye and passion a long term collector brings to their chosen fields. The Estate of Gregory Flint. Greg Flint (1952 – 2010) was one of New Zealand’s pioneering art dealers. In the 80s and 90s Flint exhibited some of New Zealand’s cutting edge contemporary art by artists such as Michael Stevenson, Bill Hammond, Ronnie van Hout, L.Budd, Judy Darragh, Ruth Watson, Marie Shannon and Gavin Chilcott.

The catalogue is rounded out with two distinguished private collections of rare Oceanic artefacts and striking Arts of the Samurai including the collection of well known Wellington based collector and Orientalist Harry Pappafloratos. ARTSPACE Fundraiser: Please do not miss lots 300 and 301. Kindly donated by a generous and anonymous collector these two items will be auctioned at the commencement of our March 2 auction with proceeds going to our neighbours down the road ARTSPACE.

The Bob and Barbara Harvey Collection. Bob Harvey is perhaps most well known as the former mayor of Waitakere and prior to that he enjoyed a long career in advertising and the media. After over 30 years in their Glenfield, Auckland home Bob and his wife Barbara will soon be moving to a new address and have decided to sell their art collection of many years. It is a veritable who’s who of New Zealand art from the 1950s to the 1980s with works by Colin McCahon, Robin White, Peter and Sylvia Siddell, Gretchen Albrecht, Ruth Cole, Michael Smither and that icon of the Bronze Goat years David Kennedy.

A+O is pleased to announce the appointment of Giulia Rodighiero to the role of Operations Executive. Giulia joins A+O from Christies, London where she worked in the Asian Art Department. A specialist in Chinese Art She graduated in Chinese Studies from Ca’ Foscari University, Venice, and subsequently obtained a masters degree in Asian Arts and Archaeology from SOAS (School of Oriental and African Studies), University of London. She also spent a year in China studying Chinese Art at the Beijing University. Giulia has been instrumental in researching and preparing the Asian section of this catalogue. We look forward to meeting new collectors at our upcoming exhibition viewing which opens on February the 25th.

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Colin McCahon Necessary Protection synthetic polymer paint and graphite on Steinbach paper mounted to board (1971) 1100 x 730mm $160 000 – $220 000


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New Collectors Art Auction – Tuesday 1 March at 6.00pm 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland

Viewing Friday 25 February Saturday 26 February Sunday 27 February Monday 28 February Tuesday March 1

9am  –  5pm 11am  –  4pm 11am  –  4pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  1pm

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The art and book collection of Gregory Flint to be offered without reserve

Please note that the book collection is not illustrated here. The library consists of over 100 reference and art historical publications on New Zealand and international art. A photocopied list is available at the viewing.

2 Gavin Chilcott Untitled watercolour and acrylic on Gregory Flint Gallery letter paper signed and dated Piha 10. 9. 90 210 x 295mm $400 – $600

1 Marie Shannon In the Gregory Flint Gallery gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated 1992 verso 450 x 560mm $1500 – $2500

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4 Bill Hammond and Gavin Chilcott Untitled acrylic on paper on board 625 x 840mm $3000 – $5000

3 Bill Hammond and Gavin Chilcott Untitled acrylic on disposable plate signed and dated 1991 verso 285 x 402mm $1500 – $2500

5 Bill Hammond and Gavin Chilcott Untitled acrylic on paper on board 867mm: diameter $3000 – $5000

6 Jeffrey Harris Untitled – The Handing On oil on board artist’s name inscribed verso 610 x 860mm $6000 – $9000

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8 Peter Peryer Trig silver gelatin print (2000) 265 x 123mm $1000 – $2000

7 Peter Peryer Tumblers gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated 1989 285 x 205mm $2500 – $4000

10 Peter Peryer Goethes Glucklichstein, Weimar gelatin silver print, 1/15 title inscribed, signed and dated 1995 verso 282 x 430mm $2000 – $3000

9 Peter Peryer Plant Study silver gelatin print signed and inscribed Gift Christmas ’97 verso 53 x 38mm $500 – $800

11 Peter Peryer The Three Monkeys, Japan digital print (2000) 187 x 452mm $1500 – $2500

12 Peter Peryer Fachwerk, Germany gelatin silver print, 1998 345 x 525mm $2000 – $3000

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13 Ronnie van Hout Destroy our cities toned gelatin silver print, 1989 artist’s original label affixed verso 165 x 232mm $800 – $1200

16 Haru Sameshima Extant in Garden of Eden gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated 1989 390 x 297mm $400 – $700

19 Gavin Chilcott Untitled watercolour and acrylic on Gregory Flint Gallery letter paper, diptych signed and dated Piha 16. 9. 90 290 x 420mm $400 – $600

22 Gavin Chilcott Rocks – Plants and Pots watercolour title inscribed, signed and dated 29 – 6 – 93 202 x 290mm $500 – $800

14 Peter Peryer Edemame digital print (2000) 96 x 122mm $700 – $1200

17 Robert Pearson I Love my Garage colour photograph title inscribed, signed and dated ’87 365 x 360mm $200 – $400

20 Artist Unknown Untitled – Off the Coast mixed media on paper 210 x 293mm $100 – $200

23 Artist Unknown Untitled – Eight Studies mixed media 362 x 362mm Note: one illustrated above $600 – $1000

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15 Merylyn Tweedie The Interests and Pleasures of Life II No. 4 housepaint, liquitex, epoxy resin, hand-coloured photocopies, floor tile and particle board artist’s original label affixed verso 345 x 332mm $500 – $800

18 Ruth Watson Neurological Fictions (10) mixed media title inscribed, signed and dated ’89 162 x 230mm $500 – $800

21 Gavin Chilcott Untitled watercolour and acrylic on Gregory Flint Gallery letter paper, diptych signed and dated Piha 16. 9. 90 290 x 420mm $400 – $600

24 Lesley Kaiser and John Barnett $ laminate on board signed with artist’s initials L. K and J. B and dated 1995 verso 285 x 212mm $200 – $300


25 Artist Unknown The Art of Rescue mixed media and found objects title inscribed 185 x 860 x 45mm $150 – $300

28 Gavin Chilcott Untitled pastel on found serviettes, 4 panels each signed and dated ’91 290 x 290mm: each $1000 – $2000

31 George Chance Close of Day, Brighton gelatin silver print title inscribed and signed and inscribed First Prize, Otago Art Society 1917 verso 207 x 298mm $200 – $300

34 George Chance Homeward Bound gelatin silver print title inscribed and signed 165 x 208mm $200 – $300

26 Chris Cane ‘Some Paper Talking’ Exhibition Poster oil pastel on tin title inscribed and inscribed Southern Cross Gallery, Chris Cane Nov 23 – Dec 5, poster 900 x 600mm $100 – $200

29 Artist Unknown Listening to the Future No. 7 colour photograph with applied acrylic title inscribed, signed(indistinctly) and dated 1988 verso 705 x 965mm $100 – $300

32 George Chance Sunset near Wairoa gelatin silver print title inscribed and signed 240 x 262mm $200 – $300

35 Gavin Chilcott Untitled watercolour on Gregory Flint Gallery letter paper signed and dated Piha 16. 9. 90 290 x 420mm $400 – $600

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27 Chris Cane author of the fictions mixed media and collage title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials C. C and ’84 845 x 912mm $400 – $600

30 Michele Bryant Accessory lithograph, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated 1996 825 x 580mm $200 – $400

33 George Chance Young Willows, Lake Wanaka gelatin silver print title inscribed and signed; original Camera Study label affixed verso 194 x 220mm $300 – $500

36 Joan Miró Untitled – Chromatic Abstraction lithograph 235 x 265mm $600 – $1000


38 Tony Lane The Word woodblock print, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated 1988 and inscribed To Catherine and Gregory with Thanks 840 x 840mm $800 – $1500

37 Peter Gibson-Smith Untitled mixed media on aluminium, 5 panels 1410 x 2440mm: overall $3000 – $5000

39 Ruth Watson The Lie of the Land mixed media and collage on paper title inscribed, signed and dated (illegible) verso 615 x 853mm $1000 – $2000

40 Ruth Watson Untitled mixed media on paper title inscribed, signed and dated (illegible) verso 615 x 853mm $1000 – $2000

41 Chris Heaphy Burnt oil and oilstick on 8 cork placemats signed and dated ’94; title inscribed, signed and dated verso 350 x 700mm: overall $2000 – $3500

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42 Antonio Murado Untitled oil on canvas signed and dated ’03 verso 510 x 405mm $1500 – $2500


43 Gavin Chilcott Heart Pot watercolour and pastel title inscribed, signed and dated Sept 1988 190 x 390mm $600 – $900

45 Artist Unknown Untitled – Figure in a Landscape oil on canvas 1190 x 803mm $1000 – $2000

44 Gavin Chilcott Landscape with Variable Climate pastel on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1986 550 x 715mm $800 – $1400

46 Tony Lane Untitled mixed media 450 x 2400mm $3000 – $5000

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47 Des Helmore Sunken Fence oil on board signed with artist’s initials D. H and dated ’92; title inscribed verso 465 x 650mm $700 – $1000

49 Wellesley Binding Alien Attack Kit acrylic on board inscribed Life Like Alien Attack, Junior Kit Construction; title inscribed verso 245 x 286mm $300 – $500

52 Merylyn Tweedie Modern Arrangements: What Constitutes Originality? three mixed media artist’s books, each numbered in an edition of 50 (1992) inscribed certificates of authenticity with each 210 x 296mm: each $300 – $500

48 Wellesley Binding Drive – By acrylic on board signed; title inscribed verso 285 x 244mm $300 – $500

50 Allen Maddox Untitled watercolour on paper and mixed media, 9 panels variously signed with artist’s initials A. M and dated 110 x 100mm: each panel $1000 – $2000

53 Monique Jansen Pochade gelatin silver print title inscribed, signed and dated 1996 87 x 80mm $200 – $400

55 Tony Lane Domus woven floor rug, edition of 100 title inscribed and signed on Loom Fabric Design label affixed to underside 1800 x 2400mm $1000 – $2000

51 Bill Hammond Arcade Promotions ink on paper title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials W. D. H and dated 1987; inscribed Hit a Run My Mouth 145 x 93mm $800 – $1400

54 Meighan Ellis Geometric Nude gelatin silver print, 2/3 title inscribed, signed and dated 1998 370 x 260mm $100 – $200

56 K. F Pieters The Graveyard acrylic on board, triptych title inscribed, signed and dated July ’92 595 x 890mm: each panel $300 – $500

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A Private Collection of 21 New Zealand Prints

57 Barbara Graham Space Odyssey Five etching, 14/50 title inscribed and signed 680 x 513mm $200 – $300

60 Clive Humphries Figures by the Pool screenprint, 7/8 title inscribed, signed and dated ’77 550 x 470mm $200 – $300

63 Michael Smither Phantom’s Peak screenprint signed with artist’s initials M.D.S and dated ’64 505 x 586mm $700 – $1200

58 Paul Chapman Super Bad Boy lithograph, 3/10 signed and dated 09 Mar 2004 1010 x 700mm $500 – $800

61 Debra Bustin Jungle Fantasy lithograph, 96/100 signed and dated ’84 740 x 630mm $200 – $300

64 Dick Frizzell Phantom Fist lithograph, 39/50 signed and dated 26/2/79 495 x 625mm $1800 – $2800

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59 Michael Smither Back Beach 1 screenprint, 2/26 title inscribed, signed and dated ’74 735 x 628mm $600 – $800

62 Carole Shepheard Cover Me With Your Kindness etching, a/p title inscribed and signed 575 x 398mm $250 – $400

65 Dick Frizzell 4x4 lithograph, 17/50 title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 560 x 450mm $1500 – $2000


66 Jeffrey Harris The Beginning etching, 25/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1980 260 x 300mm $500 – $700

69 Michael Smither Untitled – Taranaki screenprint, 17/35 title inscribed and signed 300 x 610mm $300 – $500

72 Peter Ransom The Mauve Bridge lithograph, 6/10 title inscribed, signed and dated ’85 430 x 680mm $100 – $200

75 Barry Cleavin Bloodstock etching, 4/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 1982 305 x 410mm $300 – $400

67 Carole Shepheard Eirly’s Ladies Mantle etching, a/p title inscribed and signed 295 x 390mm $150 – $250

70 Tom Burnett Doubtless Bay screenprint, 91/140 title inscribed, signed and dated ’90 342 x 545mm $200 – $300

73 Stanley Palmer Island – Rakitu bamboo engraving, 17/100 title inscribed, signed and dated 1988 475 x 900mm $700 – $1000

76 Marilyn Webb Dawn – Lake Mahinerangi linocut title inscribed, signed and dated May 1981 420 x 625mm $250 – $400

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68 Marilyn Webb Summer Storm and Wild Flowers, Lake Mahinerangi linocut title inscribed, signed and dated Dunedin 1986 472 x 615mm $250 – $400

71 Tom Burnett Mangonui screenprint, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated ’87 325 x 480mm $200 – $300

74 George Baloghy Taranaki lithograph, 4/45 signed 370 x 500mm $500 – $700

77 June Ritchie Winter Edge: Rotopounamu etching, 10/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 1983 427 x 575mm $100 – $200


Further works of art from various, anonymous vendors

78 et al. Untitled screenprint, edition of 100 780 x 480mm $2000 – $3000

79 Roy Good Architectonic IV acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated ’74 verso 1925 x 965mm $3500 – $5000

81 Max Gimblett The Cross water gilded copper and shellac on shaped board title inscribed, signed and dated ’93 verso 500 x 300mm $5000 – $8000

82 Judy Millar Untitled acrylic on paper 760 x 570mm $5000 – $7000

84 Ian Scott Speed of Light acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated ’84 – ’85 verso 710 x 3250mm $4000 – $6000

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80 James Robinson Bearing Down: A Uprising mixed media, collage and found objects on irregular shaped canvas variously inscribed; title inscribed verso 1660 x 1370mm $8000 – $12 000

83 Sara Hughes Four Colours Orange 2 acrylic on linen title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 800 x 800mm $5000 – $8000


85 Karl Maughan Kimbolton screenprint, 40/95 title inscribed and signed 740 x 1080mm $1200 – $2000

86 Clare Matheson Abstract Reality – Alienating Gaze acrylic on 6 panels 800 x 440mm: each panel $1500 – $2500

89 Julian Dashper Cresting Waves acrylic on laminate on board title inscribed, signed and dated 1989 verso 593 x 795mm $2000 – $3000

88 Seraphine Pick Untitled oil on canvas signed and dated 1999 355 x 460mm $3000 – $4000

90 Andre Hemer The current state of painting, and implications for the future of round table discussions… acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated ’06 verso 400 x 400mm $00 – $00

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

91 Andre Hemer I’m a clean-cut sweet-thing in a land of murky acrylic on canvas? title inscribed, signed and dated ’06 verso 400 x 400mm $00 – $00

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91.1 Don Driver Sack No. 4 hessian title inscribed, signed and dated 1978 verso 765 x 563mm $1500 – $2000


96 Peter Stichbury Jasper Romanelli acrylic and gesso on lawn bowl, 2006 110 x 110 x 110mm $3500 – $5000

93 Terry Stringer Friendship Piece cast patinated bronze, 17/20 signed and dated ’09 95 x 90 x 70mm $1000 – $2000

94 Richard McWhannell Rahiri cast patinated metal, title inscribed and inscribed Whangarei; impressed foundry stamp 119mm: diameter $250 – $400

92 Michael Parekowhai Atarangi two pot paint on aluminium, four parts 200 x 800 x 100mm $8000 – $12 000

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95 Ann Robinson Spiral Pod cast glass signed and dated ’96 and inscribed No. 1 360 x 340 x 230mm $10 000 – $15 000

97 Paul Dibble The Devil Regarding the Bust of Darwin cast bronze, 3/6 signed and dated ’07 345mm x 230 x 100mm $5000 – $7000

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The following five prints are from the collection of the art critic T. J McNamara

98 Barry Cleavin St John and Opener etching, 9/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1972 140 x 190mm Provenance: Purchased from New Vision Gallery, circa 1973 $200 – $300

101 Roy Dalgarno Onion Head lithograph, 4/14 title inscribed and signed 635 x 482mm $300 – $500

103 John Pule Takaia lithograph, 3/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 730 x 595mm $1200 – $1800

99 Barry Cleavin Rain Box etching, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated 1972 302 x 452mm Provenance: Purchased from New Vision Gallery, circa 1973 $300 – $500

100 Gary Tricker Turakina Township etching, 32/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ’69 340 x 345mm $200 – $300

102 Barry Cleavin Box for Ten Candles etching, 7/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1972 290 x 205mm Provenance: Purchased from New Vision Gallery, circa 1973 $250 – $400

104 Terry Stringer Untitled – Abstract Folding Form pastel on collaged paper in original Perspex frame signed and dated ’85 565 x 385 x 70mm $1000 – $2000

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105 Alfred Walsh Scows Docking, Auckland Harbour watercolour signed and dated 1911 290 x 385mm Provenance: Private collection, Christchurch. $4000 – $6000


106 Pete Wheeler The War on Images oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated ’07 verso 1618 x 1800mm $4000 – $6000

107 Thomas Elliott Solar, atus oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 1750 x 2300mm $7500 – $10 000

109 Trevor Moffitt Top Left Hand Draw oil on board signed and dated ’74 600 x 600mm $5000 – $8000

108 Trevor Moffitt Rakaia River Series No. 10 oil on board signed and dated ’82; title inscribed verso 590 x 685mm $4000 – $6000

111 Garth Tapper The Fishermen oil on board signed 284 x 370mm $4500 – $6500

110 Stanley Palmer View of Rangitoto oil on board signed and dated ’93 790 x 1213mm $6500 – $8500

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112 John Pule From the Bond of Time ink and pastel on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 765 x 575mm $5000 – $8000

115 Gordon Walters Kahu screenprint, 3/75 title inscribed, signed and dated ’77 655 x 450mm $5000 – $7000

113 John Pule From The Bond of Time ink on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 2002 765 x 563mm $4500 – $6500

116 Nigel Brown Falling Policeman oil on board title inscribed, signed and dated Thames 1982 1185 x 890mm $6000 – $8000

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114 Richard Killeen Continental Drift oil on collaged card mounted to paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1987 776 x 560mm $3000 – $5000

117 Toss Woollaston Portrait of Phylis… watercolour signed and dated ’54; title inscribed and dated ’54 on original label affixed verso; original Peter McLeavey label affixed verso 340 x 255mm $4000 – $6000


118 Darryn George Moko No. 11 oil on canvas on board title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 183 x 183mm $1000 – $1400

121 Peata Larkin Tarawera No. 4 acrylic on mesh on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2008 verso 408 x 400mm $900 – $1500

124 Charles McPhee Nani oil on velvet signed 880 x 670mm $1000 – $2000

119 Darryn George Text No.4 oil on canvas on board title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 183 x 183mm $1000 – $1400

122 Theo Schoon Gourd Study ink and pastel on paper signed and dated ’62 305 x 231mm $1000 – $2000

125 Charles McPhee Portrait of a Maori Elder in Cloak with Tiki oil on velvet signed 900 x 647mm $1000 – $2000

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120 Darryn George Text No.2 oil on canvas on board title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 183 x 183mm $1000 – $1400

123 Charles McPhee Mareva oil on velvet signed 910 x 670mm $1000 – $2000

126 Charles McPhee Portrait of a Maori Elder in Cloak with Tiki oil on velvet signed 880 x 675mm $1000 – $2000


The following 21 artworks are from the collection of Bob and Barbara Harvey

128 Peter Siddell Untitled – West Coast Beach watercolour and gouache on paper signed and dated 1990 205 x 328mm $1800 – $2500

127 Michael Smither Matapouri Mangroves oil on board title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials M. D. S and dated ’93 168 x 340mm $1500 – $2500

129 Ruth Cole Huia oil on canvas signed with artist’s initials R. C 305 x 405mm $400 – $600

132 Jon Tootill Untitled – Suburban View acrylic on board 168 x 340mm $800 – $1200

130 W. Huddlestone Hauraki Main Lodes Mine, Coromandel oil on canvasboard signed and dated ’98; original plaque affixed 435 x 587mm $1000 – $1500

133 Henry Winkelmann Coastal Scene black and white photograph signed 290 x 600mm $800 – $1400

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131 Artist Unknown Little Huia, Manukau Harbour oil on canvas signed with artist’s initials E. F and dated 1917; original John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 145 x 295mm $1500 – $2000

134 Alison Pickmere Coppermine Island etching, 46/80 title inscribed, signed and dated ’69 290 x 295mm $200 – $300


136 Robin White Tereweka, Otago Peninsula silkscreen print, 1/25 title inscribed, signed and dated ’72 490 x 490mm $2000 – $3000

135 Robin White A Buzzy Bee for Siulolovao silkscreen print, 7/50 title inscribed, signed and dated Aug ’77 553 x 282mm $4000 – $6000

137 Robin White Pyramid and Tent etching, 15/20 title inscribed, signed and dated Jan ’82 350 x 270mm $400 – $600

138.1 Sylvia Siddell Dinner Party: 6-30pm lithograph, 15/30 title inscribed and signed 410 x 320mm $200 – $300

139 Wong Sing Tai Rangitoto screenprint, a/p title inscribed, signed and dated ’87 655 x 570mm $300 – $400

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138 Robin White Pyramid and Tent, Victory Beach silkscreen print, 14/25 title inscribed, signed and dated ’81 480 x 353mm $1200 – $1800

140 Peter Hackett Peter Snell mixed media on canvas watercolour and gouache on paper signed and dated ’02 and inscribed The Waitakeres have produced our Olympic medals 1955 x 947mm $1500 – $2500


142 Gretchen Albrecht Untitled – Seated Nude watercolour and acrylic on paper signed and dated ’69 885 x 600mm $3500 – $5000

141 Gretchen Albrecht Building Tools No. 1 collaged felt banner signed and dated ’75 1690 x 1810mm $6000 – $8000

143 Pat Hanly Rainbow over Mt Eden silkscreen print, 27/40 title inscribed, signed and dated ’74 510 x 520mm $2500 – $4000

144 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

145 Dennis Knight-Turner Landscape Head mixed media on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1963 and inscribed Head (7) verso 415 x 342mm $500 – $800

146 Michael Illingworth Untitled watercolour, ink and gouache signed and dated ’62 245 x 190mm $2000 – $3000

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Further artworks consigned from various anonymous vendors

148 Gavin Hurley Untitled oil on canvas signed with artist’s initials G. J. H and dated ’06 verso 452 x 355mm $3000 – $5000

147 Ian Scott Lattice No. 75 acrylic on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated ’81 verso 1020 x 1020mm $5000 – $7000

150 Philip Cliarmont Large Still-Life with Objects linocut, edition of 15 signed and dated ’80 on the plate 1005 x 785mm $4500 – $6500

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

151 Ralph Hotere El Toro lithograph, 23/25 title inscribed, signed and dated ’88 547 x 440mm $5500 – $7500

152 Ralph Hotere Untitled – Cross lithograph, 7/18 signed and dated ’92 760 x 525mm $7500 – $10 000

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153 David Sarich Exodus of the Heart oil on canvasboard signed and dated ’97 293 x 396mm $600 – $900

156 Barbara Tuck Flimsy Couplings mixed media on aluminium title inscribed, signed and dated 1994 verso 570 x 1130mm $700 – $1300

159 Jeffrey Harris Cross pastel on paper signed and dated 2001 300 x 400mm $1800 – $2800

154 David Barker Wire oil on board signed and dated ’74; original John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 665 x 900mm $1500 – $2500

157 Stanley Palmer Marae Pahoa bamboo engraving, 72/100 title inscribed, signed and dated ’77 455 x 630mm $600 – $900

160 Jeffrey Harris Two Crosses pastel on paper signed and dated 2001 300 x 400mm $1800 – $2800

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155 Gail Haffern Interleave mixed media on canvas title inscribed and signed verso 255 x 590mm $1500 – $2500

158 Lois McIvor Tulips oil on board signed and dated ’68 825 x 800mm $1000 – $2000

161 Helen Stewart Raoul Island oil on board signed 590 x 740mm $5000 – $7000


162 Gordon Walters Then silkscreen print, 26/125 title inscribed, signed and dated 1980 435 x 560mm $2500 – $4000

165 Gretchen Albrecht Possess lithograph, 9/45 title inscribed, signed and dated ’82 470 x 655mm $1000 – $1600

168 Garth Tapper Early Morning Training ink, wash and pastel on paper signed; original John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 355 x 532mm $800 – $1400

163 Shane Cotton A Walk in Paradise lithograph, 7/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 565 x 760mm $1600 – $2400

164 Shane Cotton Kikorangi lithograph, 7/40 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 565 x 760mm $1600 – $2400

166 Toss Woollaston Untitled – Landscape watercolour signed and dated ’62 247 x 345mm $2000 – $3000

167 Smantha Mitchell Chicken of the Sea ink and wash on paper, six panels title inscribed, signed and dated 2005 325 x 710mm: overall $2500 – $4000

169 Rudolf Gopas The Garden Path, Dunedin gouache original certificate of authenticity signed by the artist’s daughter affixed verso 520 x 635mm Provenance: Collection of the artist’s wife; Private collection, Wellington $3000 – $5000

170 Basil Honour Waikanae Landscape with Riverbed oil on board signed and dated ’67; title inscribed and inscribed Cat No. 564 verso 640 x 740mm Exhibited: ‘Basil Honour: A Retrospective View’, Rotorua Art Gallery, September 16 – October 12, 1986. Provenance: Previously in the collection of Glaxo New Zealand Ltd, Palmerston North $1200 – $2000

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171 Emily Karaka Submission III oil on canvas, diptych title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso 605 x 1000mm: overall $1500 – $3000

174 Jason Greig Upon the Velvet Sinking lithograph, 2/25 title inscribed, signed and dated 1987 497 x 412mm $600 – $900

177 Justin Boroughs White House and Mount Hobson oil on wood panel original John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 315 x 577mm $3500 – $5000

172 John Reynolds Small Perspective II mixed media title inscribed, signed and dated 1987 verso 303 x 744mm $1500 – $2000

175 Jason Greig Raz Sputin Soundshell monoprint, 1/1 title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 365 x 315mm $1000 – $1500

178 Justin Boroughs Bethells Beach I oil on wood panel 206 x 660mm $1500 – $2000

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173 Jeffrey Harris Still-Life XIOOI pastel on paper title inscribed 435 x 693mm $1500 – $2000

176 Jason Greig Into the Void charcoal on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 1988 245 x 315mm $800 – $1200

179 Stanley Palmer Hatters Terrace II monoprint title inscribed, signed and dated ’93 695 x 1060mm $2000 – $3000


180 Ralph Hotere Design for Black Paintings screenprint title inscribed, signed and dated ’68 645 x 325mm $1200 – $2000

183 Robert Ellis Maungawhau/Mt Eden acrylic and watercolour on paper title inscribed, signed and dated 2000 630 x 500mm $1200 – $2000

186 Luise Fong Silent Orbit (Nucleus) mixed media title inscribed, signed and dated 1996 510 x 405mm $1500 – $2000

181 John Shotton Parker Plain Song ‘The Score’ oil on paper title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials J. S. P and dated ’97 1210 x 800mm $3000 – $5000

184 Lorraine Rastorfer Cleave mixed media on board title inscribed, signed and dated 1997 906 x 452mm $600 – $900

187 John Pule Paradise Lost lithograph, 1/30 title inscribed, signed and dated July 2001 710 x 550mm $1300 – $1800

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182 Paul Hartigan Red, Yellow, Blue screenprints, triptych, 7/10 each signed and dated 1980 – 1981 205 x 340mm: each $700 – $1200

185 Louise Henderson Decorative Study monoprint signed and dated 1947 152 x 115mm $900 – $1500

188 Bill Reed Star Gazer oil on board title inscribed and signed 605 x 440mm $1000 – $2000


189 Anne Noble Wonder Woman colour photograph, 1/1 (1974 – 75) signed verso; John Leech Gallery label affixed verso 147 x 224mm $800 – $1400

192 Janet Muir Euphemia acrylic on paper, 31 parts title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 390 x 290mm $600 – $1000

195 Tom Esplin Bilbury Cotswolds oil on board signed 265 x 325mm $3500 – $5000

190 Peter Peryer Hay Tedder gelatin silver print (1985) original Sarjeant Gallery exhibiton label affixed verso 350 x 350mm $2000 – $3500

193 John Pule Omonuo lithograph, 20/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 2004 740 x 600mm $1300 – $1800

196 John Reynolds Untitled oil pastel on paper signed with artist’s initials J. R and dated 1986 500 x 647mm $1500 – $2500

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191 Merylyn Tweedie Man the Cake three selenium-toned Ilfobrom Galerie photographs mounted to board title inscribed, signed and dated 1084 verso 365 x 587mm $400 – $700

194 Hans Lanting Water Lilies Suspended, Botswana digital print, 61/300 signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2006 verso; certificate of authenticity affixed verso 495 x 750mm $600 – $900

197 Stanley Palmer The Ranges from Glen Eden bamboo engraving, 1/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ’67 520 x 708mm $500 – $800


198 George Woods Female Nude Study conté on paper impressed signature 325 x 290mm $300 – $500

201 James Robinson Freedom Dictates I Say mixed media on canvas fragment title inscribed and variously inscribed; signed verso 130 x 146 x 30mm $150 – $300

204 John Buckland Wright Nude in an Interior wood engraving signed with artist’s initials J. B. W 170 x 125mm $500 – $800

207 Nic Moon Ancient Lament III oil, resin, pebbles, rock and photo on board title inscribed, signed and dated 12999 verso 1035 x 900mm $400 – $800

199 Rob McLeod Poudir No.1 oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 5. 4. 82 420 x 395mm $500 – $800

202 Zarahn Southon Self Portrait as Cynic oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 verso 203 x 203mm $1000 – $1500

205 Smantha Mitchell Untitled – Kiss a Fool ink and watercolour on paper variously inscribed 315 x 232mm $500 – $800

208 Pat Hanly New Order monoprint title inscribed, signed and dated ’63 445 x 355mm $300 – $600

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200 Marilyn Webb “Protection work – dark tulip” from the Pacific Countdown Suite mixed media and collage on paper, 1/20 title inscribed, signed and dated 1985 532 x 415mm $200 – $300

203 Zarahn Southon Wild Man Smoking oil on canvas title inscribed, signed and dated 2001 verso 203 x 203mm $1000 – $1500

206 Merylyn Tweedie She Fashioned her Dismembered Score! ink and collage on paper title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials M. T and dated ’86 605 x 480mm $200 – $400

209 Gordon Crook Totem with Kiwi Soul Bird lithograph, 8/12 title inscribed, signed with artist’s initials G. C and dated ’83 1055 x 752mm $300 – $500


212 Dugald Page Empyrean I and II linocuts, diptych title inscribed and dated 1974 verso 520 x 420mm: overall $100 – $200

210 Trevor Lloyd Nikaus etching 272 x 166mm $150 – $300

211 Thomas Arthur McCormack Fitzherbert Terrace etching title inscribed and signed 195 x 138mm $300 – $500

213 Thomas Arthur McCormack Still Life with Ginger Jar ink and wash on paper signed 306 x 250mm $700 – $1000

214 Thomas Arthur McCormack Still Life watercolour signed 200 x 132mm $400 – $700

216 Richard McWhannell Face silkscreen on newsprint, 13/14 signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 1978 verso 242 x 200mm $600 – $900

217 Mark Siebert Fan Letter (To Robbie Williams) plan print, 2007 1050 x 750mm $600 – $900

218 Mark Siebert Fan Letter plan print, 2007 1050 x 750mm $600 – $900

220 Henry Moore Untitled – Thirteen Forms lithograph plaque affixed to mount reads This autolithograph was drawn by Henry Moore in 1958 465 x 310mm $600 – $900

221 Fred Williams Landscape with Steep Road aquatint etching signed and inscribed 9 – 10 216 x 164mm $1200 – $2000

219 Philip Cliarmont Hiroshima mon amour linocut, 11/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1980 485 x 390mm $900 – $1500

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215 Olivia Spencer-Bower Untitled – Garden Scene watercolour signed 410 x 270mm $1500 – $2000


222 Fatu Feu’u Taulaaitu lithograph, 13/40 signed and dated ’96 590 x 745mm $700 – $900

225 Maurice Brookes Planet No. 3 oil on board signed; title inscribed, signed and dated 2003 verso 187 x 187mm $100 – $200

228 Dugald Page Coromandel Harbour graphite on paper title inscribed, signed and dated ’74 360 x 740mm $150 – $250

231 Don Ramage Star Form on Brown serigraph, 12/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ’69 500 x 625mm $300 – $500

223 Dean Buchanan Untitled – Abstract watercolour signed and dated ’77 282 x 392mm $200 – $300

226 Michael Smither At the Piano pencil on paper signed with artist’s initials M. D. S and dated ’70 195 x 243mm $150 – $300

224 Dean Buchanan Untitled – Abstract watercolour signed and dated ’77 267 x 365mm $200 – $300

227 Arthur Thompson Bombay Markets watercolour, circa 1960 title inscribed and signed 360 x 550mm Provenance: Originally from the artist’s estate $300 – $500

229 Dugald Page 22 Armagh Street, Christchurch lithograph title inscribed, signed and dated ’58 340 x 490mm $100 – $200

230 Eric Lee-Johnson Hudson House, Streamlands (Kaipara Flat) ink and wash signed and dated ’68; printed label affixed verso 270 x 365mm Provenance: Originally from the artist’s estate $300 – $500

232 Nobby Clark Five Assorted Illustrative Watercolours watercolour title’s inscribed 310 x 407mm: each $150 – $250

233 Martin Popplewell Study for a Vine Leaf Blowing Around lithograph, 135/200 title inscribed, signed and dated 2010 500 x 695mm $500 – $800

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The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection of Modern Design and Decorator Items Auction – Wednesday 2 March at 5.30pm 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland

Viewing Friday 25 February Saturday 26 February Sunday 27 February Monday 28 February Tuesday 1 March Wednesday 2 March

9am  –  5pm 11am  –  4pm 11am  –  4pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  1pm

ARTSPACE fundraiser Note: lots 300 and 301 at the commencement of the Wednesday 2 March auction are donated lots from an anonymous collector. Sale proceeds will be donated to ARTSPACE. No buyer’s premium applies to these two items.

Illustrated: lot 794 (Louis Poulsen ph5 ceiling light), lot 555 (John Chrichton kauri bowl), lot 459 (Doreen Blumhardt slabform vase), lot 787 (1950’s plastic shelving unit), lot 403 (Len Castle Bottle vase), lot 492 (Charles Holmes sedge vase).

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This collection began in the mid 1980s as the result of a chance encounter with the name John Crichton, in a 50s copy of the Studio Yearbook of the Decorative Arts. I was then a design student and to discover a New Zealander active in international modernism, whose name was to be found in the phonebook – seemed a very intriguing discovery indeed. At the same time modernism itself was a discovery – and both understanding it (and living it) became the driving force of my life. Although it was to be some years before I got to meet John Crichton, I began noting works of his in second hand shops and estate clearance auctions and as they attracted little attention I acquired them. Trying to find out more led me the library and to the Art Year Books (1945-1951) and to early copies of Home & Building – these in turn led me to the other masters of local modernism – Garth Chester, Len Castle and Frank Carpay whose work I similarly gathered about me. In 1990 when I was asked to curate the design aspects of the Auckland Art Gallery’s 1950s Show I’d amassed a certain number of works by Crichton, Chester, Castle and Carpay alongside other leading local modernist designers. These would later provide the core of both my books - At Home and 40 Legends of Design. I was collecting because I wanted to write about these designers and get them some attention. In order to write you needed to be able to illustrate and to illustrate you had to have, because these works were on the whole not yet in museum collections.

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The purchase of Robin Simpson’s 1930s modernist masterpiece in the early 2000s meant honing the collection – but also drawing it back to a slightly earlier period. Designers like Keith Murray were added, as were early work of pre-war modern painters and photographers, including Charles Tole, Arthur Breckon and Gerald Jones. My approach to collecting painting was the same as my approach to design – think about the contribution made, not the reputation the artist might currently hold. Think about the quality of the work. Therefore I was pleased to add names like Ines Russell, Edgar Murphy and Nancy Parker to the collection – who are perhaps not well known but stand out as exceptional characters ion the story of New Zealand art and design. I grew particularly keen on the Rutland group painters, Vida Steinert, Jack Crippen, Ruth Coyle and others – as their works reflect the way that modernism was introduced to Auckland audiences.

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In the end this is a collection I loved living with, a collection that suited a modernist home and one that told a very Auckland story of twentieth century style and its pursuit. Many of these objects came to me from the first generation of modernists who lived the philosophy and I now pass them on hoping they find like minded new owners.

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Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection (in bold) 300. Graham Ambrose Orange Orb glazed ceramic d.145mm h.115mm $100 – $200 proceeds of this sale will be donated to ARTSPACE 301. Guy Ngan Animated Colours screenprint, 29/50 title inscribed, signed and dated ‘73 1000 x 700mm $1000 – $2000 proceeds of this sale will be donated to ARTSPACE

302. Arthur N Breckon Edinburgh (c. 1920) bromide print 470 x 440mm $100 – $200 303. Arthur N Breckon Orama Loading Apples for Britain silver gelatin print title inscribed and dated verso 1938 380 x 420mm $100 – $200 304. Steven Rumsey Barry Woods at Retouching Desk (1953) Silver gelatin print 280 x 375mm Illust. Gordon H Brown The Elusive Modernist Steve Rumsey’s Camera Club Photographs 1948-1964 Art New Zealand No 108 $250 – $400 305. Barry Woods The very thought of an anniversary gives me a headache (1960) Silver gelatin print Inscribed verso 390 x 320mm $250 – $400 306. White’s Aviation Clearwater (c. 1960) colour photograph 420 x 500mm $50 – $80

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307. Gerald Jones Shadows of the Past bromide print, c. 1920 signed and inscribed 200 x 240mm $200 – $300

313. Alan Maddox Drawing submitted to ‘small works’ exhibition Auckland Art Gallery, (but rejected oh dear), (1984) coloured pencil on paper title inscribed verso 335 x 280mm $200 – $300 314. Alan Maddox Untitled ink on paper 200 x 150mm $400 – $600 315. Harry Linley Richardson Male Figure Study charcoal on paper, c. 1940 730 x 540mm $300 – $400 316. Jack Crippen Nudes Study, London conte crayon on paper signed and dated ‘50 850 x 580mm $300 – $500 317. Charles Tole Hills, Karekare (c. 1955) oil pastel and pencil on paper titled inscribed and signed verso 260 x 285mm $400 – $600 318. Charles Tole Sand Hills, Karekare (c1955) oil pastel on paper titled inscribed and signed verso 260 x 285mm $400 – $600

308. Louise Henderson Egyptian motif (1959) lithograph 500 x 300mm $600 – $800

319. Alison Pickmere Untitled Landscape oil on paper, c. 1960 signed 320 x 370mm $200 – $300

309. Paul Hartigan Untitled: finger nail and polish (1976) silkscreen print, 4/40 signed and dated 1976 650 x 530mm $600 – $900

320. Nancy McDonald (Letherby) Figure Drawing pencil on paper, c. 1935 signed 300 x 370mm $50 – $100

310. Blanche Wormald Abstract: Set Squares (c 1950) pencil on paper signed 490 x 430 mm Blanche Wormald was a leading 1940s fabric designer and Rutland Group member $150 – $250

321. E Mervyn Taylor The Sacred White Heron (c. 1950) wood engraving, edition of 40 signed and inscribed 335 x 300mm $800 – $1 200

311. Nancy Parker Maori lithograph, c. 1940 470 x 360mm $150 – $250 312. R Jack Hutchinson Portrait of Tom Keenan pencil on paper signed 190 x 345mm $60 – $120

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322. E Mervyn Taylor Weta (1946) wood engraving, edition of 35 signed and dated ‘46 270 x 190mm $300 – $500 323. Fred Thorpe Flats Herne Bay linocut on paper, c. 1935 signed with initials FT 300 x 240mm $100 – $200


324. Rona Dyer Untitled Male figure wood engraving, 4/25, c. 1950 signed 400 x 340mm $300 – $500 325. Alfred Cook Aorangi wood engraving, c. 1940 signed 220 x 250mm $200 – $400 326. Jeffery Harris The Growth of a Dead Child (1977) etching, 22/30 title inscribed, signed and dated 1977 140 x 105mm $500 – $700

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327. William Mason Head of a Boy oil on board, c. 1960 signed 360 x 340mm Exhibited: Hawke’s Bay Museum, Napier Mason Handprints 1997 $500 – $700 328. Keith Patterson Two Men with Guitars (1959) mixed media on board 910 x 670mm $800 – $1200

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329. Keith Patterson Two Goats (1956) mixed media on paper signed verso 930 x 690mm $900 – $1400 330. Paul Tangata Untitled landscape (c. 1960) oil on board signed verso 620 x 975mm $300 – $500

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331. Arthur Funnell House, West Auckland watercolour signed and dated 1944 470 x 570mm $200 – $400 332. Selwyn Muru Ochre Landscape oil on board, c. 1965 titled verso 510 x 710mm $400 – $700 333. Selwyn Muru Untitled Taupiri Mountain oil on board, c. 1965 second painting verso 540 x 640mm $500 – $800

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334. Selwyn Muru Ochre Landforms oil on board, c. 1965 425 x 320mm $400 – $700

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335. A R D Fairburn Bronze Hills watercolour signed and dated ‘45 440 x 575mm $400 – $600 336. Freda Simmonds Red Cliffs, Kerr Point oil on board signed and dated ‘66 470 x 770mm Provenance: previously in the collection of E A McCormack $100 – $200 337. Helen Brown Untitled: Tidal Landscape oil on board, c. 1965 signed 490 x 730mm $1 200 – $1 500 338. J Edward Murphy Two Apostles oil on board inscribed verso 690 x 580mm Provenance: previously in the Collection of John Middleditch $800 – $1200 339. Dennis Knight Turner 20: Bison (1957) mixed media on paper 550 x 450mm $700 – $1 000 340. Denis Knight Turner 23: Deer (1957) mixed media on paper 585 x 500mm $800 – $1 200 341. Tim Garrity Auckland Harbour off Takapuna – for Mike Draffin (1977) coloured pencil on paper title inscribed; signed and dated 1977 verso 680 x 675mm $400 – $700 342. Artist Unknown Head of a Man oil on board, c. 1950 440 x 350mm Provenance: purchased from the estate of Charles Tole $150 – $250 343. H E Read Abstract oil on canvas, c. 1950 signed 260 x 300mm $200 – $300 344. Russell Clark Abstract (Anchor form) painted plaster, c. 1960 220mm H $800 – $1 200 345. Inez Russell Head of Christ carved kauri, c. 1950 510 H $200 – $300

346. Paul Beadle Head ceramic, c. 1960 80mm L $200 – $400 347. Greer Twiss Untitled: Hand with Pencil bronze, c. 1975 145mm L $300 – $500 348. James Bowie Untiled: Wave & Starfish carved kauri, c. 1955 160 x 290mm $100 – $200 349. James Bowie Untitled: Primitive figure carved kauri, c. 1955 970mm H $200 – $400

358. Hall Thorpe The Chinese Vase Woodcut print 485 x 325mm Signed and inscribed with title $100 – $200 1254/95 359. William Mason Untitled, wallpaper sample Screenprinted wallpaper, c. 1965 185 x 380mm $150 – $250 1254/83 360. William Mason Corona (black & white) handprinted wallpaper, c. 1970 $200 – $300

350. Artist unknown Abstract form in style of Barbara Hepworth carved kauri, c. 1955 190 x 155mm $50 – $100 351. Helene Carkeek Cat with Two Lives crayon on paper, 1968 520 x 380mm $200 – $400 352. Jack Crippen Landscape Oil on board Signed and dated ‘40 455 x 395mm $500 – $800

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353. Vida Steinert Spanish Dancer oil on board, 1955 560 x 450mm $500 – $700 354. Vida Steinert Road to Colville oil on board 560 x 450mm Signed 495 x 345mm $600 – $900

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355. Helen Brown Untitled landscape watercolour signed and dated ‘57 200 x 275mm $400 – $600 356. Hildegarde Read Stewart Island beach scene pastel on paper, c. 1950 295 x 375mm $100 – $150 357. Ruth Coyle King Country landscape Oil on board Signed and dated ‘58 445 x 550mm $200 – $300

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361. John Kavanagh Fitter and turner plaster relief, 1940 450 x 450mm $300 – $500

Created for Walthamstow Town Hall. Concrete relief version is now decoration on columns of the building- design also intended to provide panels for bronze doors never completed due to war. Kavanagh was later sculpture master at Elam.

362. Dennis Knight Turner Untitled – Curly Goat watercolour signed and dated 1956 365 x 270mm $800 – $1200 363. Folk art painting of Te Whiti O Rongomai oil on board signed verso 660 x 530mm $500 – $800 364. E. Mervyn Taylor The Sacred White Heron wood engraving signed and dated 1957 220 x 170mm $800 – $1200

371. Denys Watkins Vacation screenprint title inscribed, signed and dated 1975. 400 x 310mm $800 – $1200

383. Peter Saubier Indonesian style dagger constructed from found objects, signed and dated 1998 L. 470mm $350 – $600

372. A. S. Patterson Untitled ink drawing 265 x 265mm $500 – $800

384. Peter Saubier Dodge bird sculpture made from early Dodge car parts H.930mm $2500 – $3500

373. Joan Lindsay Untitled – Seagulls and Rocks oil on board signed and dated ‘77 520 x 660 $500 – $1000mm 374. Don Ramage The Last Flight lithograph signed and dated 1972 470 x 600mm $500 – $800 375. Brian Dahlberg Northland Coastal Landscape oil on board 590 x 890mm $350 – $700

365. Ted Dutch There’s no life here, beam me up Scotty screenprint signed and titled verso 350 x 540mm $600 – $1000

376. Frank Womble Time Life Series, Barry Lett Gallery mixed media on board 800 x 470mm $400 – $800

366. Eileen Mayo Pacific Genesis lithograph 520 x 320 mm $800 – $1200

377. Roy Cowan Two Fish screenprint 1/15 380 x 450 mm $100 – $200

367. Eileen Mayo Gently Floating Form lithograph 550 x 350mm $800 – $1200

378. Roy Cowan Plant Form and Cityscape screenprint 370 x 530 $100 – $200

368. Ted Dutch Film set screenprint title inscribed, signed and dated ’64 350 x 540 mm $800 – $1200

379. Roy Cowan Wrecking Yard and Tree screenprint 380 x 480mm $100 – $200

369. Mary Russell Namui screenprint title inscribed, signed and dated 1973 $200 – $400

380. Russian artist unknown Adam and Eve oil on canvas unsigned 1980 x 1400mm $400 – $800

370. Paul Hartigan Yella Fella artist’s proof 400 x 285mm $500 – $1000

381. James Hodgins Untitled – Architectural concept painting oil on canvas on board 570 x 1080mm $200 – $400 382. Peter Saubier Sword and Scabbard constructed from found materials, signed and dated 1998 L. 710mm $500 – $800

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385. Peter Saubier Ara cheeky Bird sculpture made from found metal parts H.920mm $3000 – $4000 386. Collection of printers blocks Artists include Denis Knight Turner, E Mervyn Taylor etc. $200 – $300 387. David Kennedy Copper Shield (Starburst centre pattern) beaten and incised copper D.1200mm variable $800 – $1200 388. David Kennedy Copper Shield (Hollow centre pattern) beaten and incised copper D.1200mm variable $800 – $1200

Auckland sculptor and designer David Kennedy was a well known figure in the 1950s. His work was celebrated at the 2008 Lopdell House exhibition The Bronze Goat. He was associated with the earliest days of the Auckland restaurant scene in the 1950s. His designs, murals and sculptures adorned such well known establishments as The Gourmet and the Bronze Goat.

389. Vintage Tukutuku craft panel by Peter Coatsworth in the poutama pattern with carved frame 760 x 540mm $400 – $800 390. Elizabeth McLure Battuto (XL) blown glass, sandblasted, engraved and carved vase signed and dated 11/97 H. 290mm $1000 – $2000 390a. Philip Baldwin and Monica Guggisberb, blown glass footed bowl $250 – $350


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New Zealand Ceramics 391. Briar Gardner, small green and yellow vase earthenware, c.1941 $40 – $80

408. Frank Carpay Ferris wheel Hand decorated earthenware on wire framework

423. Len Castle, stoneware vase of teardrop form with umber pigment glaze $250 – $350

392. Briar Gardner, straw coloured earthenware trough vase, c. 1941 (hairline crack) $40 – $80

424. Len Castle, stoneware vase of cylindrical form with four irregular cut outs, H. 240mm $200 – $300

393. Patricia Perrin, earthenware vase in green with white rim, c. 1950 $100 – $200 394. Patricia Perrin, two tone brown earthenware jug, c. 1960, H.300mm $300 – $500

Provenance: Collection of John Greer, Swanson. A companion jug is in the collection of the Auckland Museum.

395. Mary Hardwicke-Smith, two earthenware bowls in yellow and blue $40 – $80 396. Harry & May Davis for Crewenna Pottery A pair of earthenware lidded tureens, c. 1965 $50 – $100

Provenance: Formerly in the collection of Ray Chapman-Taylor

397. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, four earthenware dinner plates, c. 1955, D.260mm $200 – $400 398. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, glazed vase with painted mark H:12 & signed but undecorated c. 1955, H.200mm $800 – $1 200 399. Richard Cadness, stoneware vase, c. 1970, 160 x 190mm $100 – $200 400. Simon Englehardt, footed earthenware bowl AF, c. 1960 125 x 155mm $50 – $100

Provenance: formerly in the collection of fashion designer Joan Talbot

401. Simon Englehardt, baluster earthenware vase, c. 1960, 250 x 180mm $400 – $800

Provenance: formerly in the collection of Frank Carpay

402. Mirek Smisek, large lidded stoneware casserole, c.1965, 220 x 320mm $100 – $200 403. Len Castle, Bottle vase in salt glazed stoneware, c. 1950, H 290mm $1000 – $1500 404. Len Castle, ovoid Bottle vase salt in glazed earthenware, c. 1950, H. 290mm $1000 – $1500 405. Len Castle, Footed bowl in salt glazed earthenware, c. 1950, D. 200mm x H. 110mm $600 – $1200 406. Len Castle, small Bottle vase in salt glazed earthenware c. 1950, 190 x 130mm $300 – $500 407. Crown Lynn 1950 Empire Games mug $40 – $80

Exhibited: Auckland City Art Gallery 1950s Show (1991); Western Lights: Art & Design in West Auckland 1945-1980 (1994), Lopdell House Gallery, Titirangi, Auckland; Hawke’s Bay Museum Frank Carpay Crown Lynn & Beyond 2002 $2500 – $3500

409. John Crichton, nine hand-painted circular ceramic coasters, c. 1970, adhesive sticker verso, D. 90mm $200 – $400 410. John Crichton, three square hand-painted ceramic coasters, c. 1970, initialed JC with adhesive sticker verso, H.155 x W. 155mm $200 – $400 411. John Crichton, four square hand-painted ceramic coasters,c. 1970, unsigned, one with adhesive sticker verso, H. 155 x W 155mm $200 – $400 412. Barry Brickell, salt glazed stoneware jug with ‘eyes’ to the spout, impressed mark to the base of the handle, H.200mm $400 – $500 413. Ross Mitchell-Anyon, salt glazed stoneware jug, H.310mm $400 – $600 414. Len Castle, Crater Lake bowl in earthenware with alkaline copper glazed well, impressed artists monogram, D.430mm $1500 – $2500 415. Len Castle, Bottle vase in hanging form with impressed decoration, H. 410mm $900 – $1400

Illustrated: Japanese Ceramic Art Vol 11, 1966. From the collection of Doreen Blumhardt

416. Len Castle, tenmoku glazed lidded casserole dish $100 – $200 417. Len Castle, hanging form in burnt umber pigment with incised decoration, H. 200mm $400 – $600 418. Len Castle, tenmoku glazed shallow stoneware bowl with wax resist decoration to the well, D. 340mm $300 – $500

425. Len Castle, Fossil form, L. 100mm $300 – $500 426. A Len Castle hanging form of unusual miniature size with twin apertures in burnt umber pigment glaze, H. 80mm $200 – $400 427. Estelle Martin, anagama fired ovoid vase, H. 260mm $300 – $500 428. Estelle Martin, anagama fired arrow vase, H. 290 $450 – $650 429. Barry Brickell, stoneware jug, H. 170mm $60 – $100 430. Barry Brickell, stoneware jug, H. 170mm $60 – $100 431. Barry Brickell, stoneware wine bottle, incised Villa Maria to the base, H. 180mm $80 – $120 432. Merilyn Wiseman, large stoneware platter painted with an abstract floral design. Two hairline cracks evident to the surface, W. 450mm $40 – $80 433. Merilyn Wiseman, stoneware dish painted with a leaf and branch design, W. 230mm $125 – $175 434. A John Anderson stoneware wall plate painted with a floral and trellis design, D. 280mm $30 – $50 435. Stan Jenkins, hanging wall vase, umber pigment with two small lug handles to the shoulder, H. 280mm $50 – $100 436. Andrew Van der Putten, crackle glaze conical shaped bowl, D. 150mm $60 – $100 437. Andrew Van der Putten, vase painted with a fruit pattern on a blue ground, H. 130mm $60 – $100

419. Len Castle, stoneware platter with shino style glaze, W. 190mm $200-250

438. Peter Knuckey, wine jug impressed with Corbans Wines label, H. 200mm $30 – $50

420. Len Castle, small ovoid stoneware vase with a rich cobalt blue glaze, H. 140mm $50 – $100

439. Barbara Hockenhull, porcelain handkerchief vase painted with leaves and flowers to the interior together with two vases and two mugs (5 items) $100 – $150

421. Len Castle, stoneware salt cellar with blue glazed interior and umber pigment exterior $150 – $250 422. Len Castle, stoneware jug with brush work gestural decoration, H. 150mm $100 – $200

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441. Campbell Hegan, ovoid stoneware vase with sang de boeuf glaze together with a small vase and lidded pot (3 items) $100 – $200

444. Audrey Lissette, pottery vase with chalice form base and circular shallow flaring top section, c. 1960’s $30 – $50

448. Barry Brickell, stoneware shallow bowl with an impressed leaf design to the interior rim, D. 380mm $300 – $400

442. Briar Gardner, jug with mottled green & yellow glaze, a small vase and a yellow and green glazed jug (3 items) $100 – $200

445. Mirek Smisek, salt glazed stoneware wine flagon and six matching wine cups $250 – $350

449. Merilyn Wiseman, blue glazed circular platter, D. 460mm $300 – $400

446. Barry Brickell, four bowls, each decorated with a serpentine design through the yellow glazed interior slip, D. 150mm $15 – $250

450. John Crawford, pair of painted stoneware vases, H. 260mm $300 – $500

443. Briar Gardner, pottery canoe together with a small vase and trough vase (3 items) $100 – $200

447. Peter Lange, Year of the Rat Chinese character sculptural teapot $300 – $400

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451. Ted Dutch, ceramic tile modelled with applied Signaler figures, the ground screenprinted with an aeronautical design, 155 x 155mm $600 – $1000

468. Paul Hartigan, vintage platinum tattoo-ware cup and saucer, the interior decorated with a Good luck sailor Jerry inspired tattoo design and with various designs to the saucer $100 – $200

452. Ted Dutch, ceramic tile with applied Signaler figure, painted with a red ground with a control tower and a figure on horseback, 155 x 155mm $600 – $1000

469. Paul Hartigan, vintage tattoo-ware cup decorated with various sailor Jerry inspired tattoo designs $80 – $120

453. Ted Dutch, ceramic tile decorated with an applied Signaler figure and a black machine with coloured rondels, 155 x 155mm $600 – $1000 454. Ted Dutch, ceramic tile painted with figure on horseback on a turquoise ground, 155 x 155mm $400 – $600 455. Ted Dutch Signaler figure, with red and blue painted discs, H. 115mm $500 – $1000 456. Ted Dutch, Signaler figure, H. 95mm $400 – $1000 457. Ted Dutch, Signaler figure, H. 145mm $400 – $800 458. Ted Dutch Signaler wall mask, H. 150mm $350 – $700 459. Doreen Blumhardt, rock impression slab-form vase with blue speckled glaze, impressed mark, H. 470mm $500 – $1000 460. Stan Jenkins, slab vase with iron-spotted oatmeal type glaze, H. 360mm $150 – $300 461. Graeme Storm, stoneware bowl with tenmoku exterior & pebble pattern to the interior, D. 310mm $200 – $400 462. Harry and May Davis, Crowan pottery lamp base with wax resist foliate pattern $200 – $400 463. Muriel Moody, terracotta warrior figure, H. 880mm $400 – $800 464. Three Wendy Masters stoneware forms with building motifs (3 items) $200 – $300 465. Steven Scholefield, Rocket pottery earthenware dish, impressed with a pattern utilizing Theo Schoon’s stamps, D. 350mm $150 – $250 466. Steven Scholefield, Rocket pottery earthenware dish, impressed with a pattern utilizing Theo Schoon’s stamps, D. 350mm $150 – $250 467. Paul Hartigan, vintage platinum tattoo-ware cup and saucer, the interior decorated with a Death before Dishonor sailor Jerry tattoo design and with various designs to the saucer $100 – $200

470. Paul Hartigan, vintage tattoo-ware cup decorated with various sailor Jerry inspired tattoo designs $80 – $120 471. Paul Hartigan vintage tattoo-ware bowl, the tattoo designs to the interior arranged in a skull pattern, D.200mm $100 – $200 472. Paul Hartigan, vintage platinum tattoo-ware shallow bowl, the tattoo designs to the interior arranged in a skull pattern, D.240mm $100 – $200 473. Paul Hartigan, vintage tattoo-ware milk jug, the designs rendered on a matt white Crown Lynn jug $100 – $200 474. Paul Hartigan, pair of prototype Chinese erotica mugs $100 – $200 475. Paul Hartigan, pair of prototype Chinese bowls $100 – $200 476. McCreadie green glazed ashtray modelled as a pond with a frog cast in high relief, D.120mm $20 – $40 477. Don Thorley, stoneware jug with applied handle $40 – $80 478. Deanne Lawford Smith, stoneware female sculpture, label to the base, H. 670mm $500 – $800

Deanne Lawford Smith won the Portage ceramic award in 2007

479. Rick Rudd, raku fired orb forms with crackle glaze recess $200 – $400 480. Rosemary Brittain, pair of unusually large modeled birds in with oxide wash over white slip, H. 200mm $500 – $1000

Illustrated NZ Potters Blumhardt/Brake p.105, p111

481. Chester Nealie, kotiate form, ochre washed stoneware with pierced cruciform decoration, D. 160mm. $300 – $600

Similar example illustrated NZ Potters Blumhardt/Brake p.58

484. Patti Meads sea form, David Brokenshire sea form and two other sea forms (4 items) $150 – $250 485. Doreen Blumhardt, rock impressed abstract sculpture with red oatmeal panel to the front incised Doreen 1988, L. 470mm $800 – $1200 485a. Rosemary Brittain, four hand-formed ceramic birds with pale ochre rubbed finish (4 items), L. 110mm each $200 – $400 486. John Parker, fine stoneware conical bowl, D. 200mm $300 – $500 487. New Zealand modernist stone sculpture, H. 259mm $150 – $250 488. Theo Janssen Ruru owl stone sculpture $400 – $600 489. Geoff Fairburn, gourd with incised Maori decoration, H. 860mm $100 – $200 490. Charles Holmes, stoneware cylindrical vase with winged organic handle, H. 320 mm $300 – $500

Similar examples illustrated NZ Craft by Blumhardt/Brake p.22

491. Charles Holmes sedge vase, H. 210mm $200 – $400 492. Charles Holmes sedge vase, H. 210 $200 – $400 492a. Stoneware bottle vase, potter unknown, H.320mm $50 – $100 493. Estelle Martin rectangular sculptural vase, W. 420mm $350 – $700mm 494. Len Castle stoneware slab vase, firing flaw to base, H. 280mm $100 – $200 495. Len Castle stoneware sedge vase, H. 170mm $200 – $300 496. Len Castle, circular stoneware dish, D. 180mm $150 – $250 497. Len Castle, bowl raised on a circular foot with a pale crackle glaze, D. 190mm $150 – $250 498. Len Castle, stoneware dish with jun type glaze to the well on a tenmoku ground, W. 430mm $400 – $800

482. Two Chester Nealie stoneware echnoderms $100 – $200

499. Margaret Milne, stoneware vase of ovoid form with ochre and manganese wash decorated with an abstract design, c. 1972, H. 300mm $300 – $500

483. Two stoneware pouring bowls in the manner of Len Castle $100 – $200

500. Len Castle, sea secret with blue alkaline glazed interior, D. 245mm $350 – $500

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501. Chester Nealie, stoneware echnoderm , D. 130mm $150 – $250 502. Rick Rudd, raku fired spiromorph, H. 230mm $350 – $500 503. Rick Rudd, sculptural form teapot $400 – $800 504. Rick Rudd, raku fired spherical form, D. 100mm $150 – $250 505. Robyn Stewart, koru dung fired and burnished paperweight, D. 90mm $150 – $250 506. Robyn Stewart, dung fired green glazed vase of Ko form $150 – $250 507. Graeme Storm, stoneware bowl with Maori moko design $300 – $500 508. Keith Richardson, hand turned fruit wood bowl, D. 200mm $80 – $120 509. Anneke Borren, stoneware candleholder, H. 120mm $100 – $200 510. Frank Hutchinson New Zealand art and crafts blue glazed paperweight modeled as two horses $100 – $200 511. Peter Janssen, nine tiled panel decorated with an abstract female form, 460 x 460mm $300 – $500 512. Fifty six ceramic tiles hand painted by Warren Tippet with a cube and geometric design. The tiles mounted together on particle board to form a complete work, signed and dated 1985 to the base. Some losses and damage. Overall size 1220 x 1060mm $500 – $800 513. Paul Maysek, Lyall Drinkwater, stoneware cylindrical vase, H. 580mm $500 – $1000 514. Daniel Steenstra for Crown Lynn, rare lamp base painted in black, teal and maroon bands together with a NZ made George Nelson designed shade $900 – $1500

518. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted vase, matt white ovoid shape with lathe turning, shape 56, H.210mm $400 – $600 519. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted bowl, matt white with lathe turning, D. 250mm $300 – $400 520. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted vase, matt white with three lathe turned bands to the upper section, shape 5, H. 130mm $100 – $200 521. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, bowl with hand painted design Werk cipher and number 781-7 to the base, D. 220mm $300 – $400 522. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, vase painted in alternating green, black and red bands, painted Handwerk mark to the base, H. 190mm $1000 – $1500 523. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, ovoid shaped vase painted with pale blue bands and abstracted spherical designs, painted Handwerk mark to the base, H. 220mm $2000 – $2500 524. Frank Carpay for Crown Lynn, wall plate decorated in underglaze inky blue. Painted Werk and hand cipher to the base, D. 360mm $1400 – $1800 525. Frank Carpay for Ambacht Volendam, lidded jam pot and single serve casserole $100 – $200 526. Frank Carpay for Ambacht Volendam, float bowl together with a bowl and four small dishes (6 items) $100 – $200 527. A pair of Crown Lynn Polar bear gloss white bookends with unusual blue highlights and painted faces. (Small hairline crack to one) $350 – $500 528. A Titian Studios plate depicting the legend of Maui fishing up New Zealand, W. 260 mm $350 – $500 529. A Crown Lynn Wharetana Maori chief wall plaque No. 1027, original Wharetana label fixed to the base, D. 240 mm $800 – $1200

515. Ernst Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, a good large hand potted vase with rare mint coloured glaze, shape 14, H. 240mm $1000 – $2000

530. Dorothy Thorpe for Crown Lynn, two Santa Barbara pattern cups, three saucers and matching milk jug with ball handles $150 – $250

516. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted vase, matt white cylindrical shape with three lathe turned bands to the upper section, shape 3, H.180mm $300 – $500

531. Crown Lynn, group of five assorted small vases $50 – $80

517. Ernest Shufflebotham for Crown Lynn, hand potted vase, matt white cylindrical shape with three lathe turned bands to the upper section, shape 3, H.130mm $150 – $300

532. Crown Lynn, bowl with mottled brown and red glaze, a blue glazed vase together with four vases and a flower trough vase $200 – $300 533. A Crown Lynn black glazed model of a Scottie dog, L. 120mm $40 – $80

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534. Titian Studio slipcast leaping Rainbow Trout ashtray, repaired, H. 190mm $40 – $80 535. Titian studio slip cast seagull ashtray, H. 270mm $100 – $200 536. Crown Lynn Kiwi (shape 165) together with a Crown Lynn shell (shape 631) and a brown glazed slip cast Kiwi (3 items) $50 – $100 537. Dorothy Thorpe for Crown Lynn, 12 Monterrey cups $150 – $250 538. Dorothy Thorpe for Crown Lynn, 56 piece dinner service in Pine pattern $400 – $800 539. A pair of Crown Lynn Legend of Maui platters designed for Expo 70 $400 – $800 540. A rare New Zealand Temuka T.N. Lovatt designed lamp base decorated with Maori figures with sprinkled grey glaze, signed to the base (The only known example of this lamp base), W. 280mm $800 – $1600 541. Michael Payne for Crown Lynn, Expo 70 six plates and two serving dishes $200 – $300 542. A yellow McAlpine water jug, H. 210 mm $300 – $500 543. A white McAlpine water jug $200 – $300 544. New Zealand Railways four piece silver plated tea and coffee set $100 – $200


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Illustrated: Group Architects by Julia Gatley p. 134

546. Garth Chester, two side chairs plywood, with original upholstery $800 – $1200 547. John Crichton, standard lamp with split bamboo shade, H. 1500mm $600 – $1200 548. John Crichton, black tubular steel standard lamp complete with original Crichton shade and telescopic stem, 1650 x2000mm (adjustable) $750 – $1200.

550. John Crichton, bowl, copper and tile, c. 1960, D.330mm $600 – $1200 Exhibited: AGCAG 1950s Show (1991-1992) Illustrated: At Home and 40 Legends of Design

551. John Crichton, Birds painted wooden mahogany plywood panel, c. 1965 $400 – $600 552. John Crichton, turned lamp base in black paint over wood, c.1955, adhesive label to base $200 – $400 553. John Crichton, Rattan cane lamp base and woven fabric lampshade, c. 1950, together with another Malaysian period lampshade of earlier manufacture & another John Crichton lampshade $400 – $600 554. John Crichton, magazine rack $100 – $200

A similar example illustrated At Home p.145

559. A rare pair of Jon Jansen 1950’s armchairs designed by Bob Roukema in original upholstery $1500 – $2500

A similar example illustrated in 40 Legends of New Zealand design by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins. P.39 H. 640mm

549. John Crichton, floor standing uplighter, black tubular steel base with a cut out anodised metal shade, c. 1960, H. 1080mm $500 – $800

558. An important and rare Garth Chester designed dining table with quadrangular top raised on four black tubular steel legs, complete with four matching bikini chairs. Inscription to the underside of three chairs: Designed and made by Garth Chester Ltd 32 France Street Auckland $4000 – $6000

Edzer Duije Roukema (Bob Roukema) was employed in 1951 to run the first Jon Jansen store in Queen street Auckland. In addition to running the store Roukema designed much of the furniture which Jon Jansen produced between 1951-1959. Similar examples illustrated in the Auckland City Art Gallery1950s Show souvenir edition: Modernism and the Auckland Design Community by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins p.56 and p.60

560. A rare Bob Roukema for Jon Janssen ply laminated armchair in superb condition with remains of original Jon Janssen label affixed to the base. Similar example illustrated At Home p.122 $2000 – $3000 561. A Jon Jansen 1950’s armchair designed by Bob Roukema in original pink upholstery $300 – $500 562. 1960’s New Zealand prodigy manufactured angle poise lamp $100 – $200 563. Anolux spun aluminum fruit bowl, D. 360mm $100 – $200

556. New Zealand 1960’s design, Noguchi inspired coffee table of triangulated shape manufactured by Maple Furnishings, W. 930mm $500 – $800

568. New Zealand made coffee table with white painted tubular steel base and inset circular glass top possibly by Garth Chester, D. 620mm $350 – $500

557. John Crichton designed bowl decorated with a trailing mosaic pebble design, original label to the base, D. 190mm $200 – $300

573. Garth Chester, Astoria chair with original upholstery, c. 1954 $500 – $1000 574. A rare pair of Garth Chester design Salon chairs designed for Kay’s and Winter’s Beauty Salons. Each complete with original detachable hair driers, c.1956 $1000 – $2000

Similar examples illustrated in the Auckland City Art Gallery1950s Show souvenir edition p.61

575. A 1950’s oak triangulated modernistic coffee table raised on three triangulated legs, L. 1270mm $400 – $600 576. A John Crichton design coffee table with a mosaic pebble top and raised on a square black metal frame, c. 1960, W. 760mm $400 – $800 577. A pair of John Crichton design butterfly chairs with painted triangulated steel frames and original sling covers $500 – $1000

Similar examples illustrated on the front cover of At Home.

578. A John Crichton design butterfly chair with painted triangulated steel frame and original sling cover $200 – $400

565. A pair of rare John Crichton designed anodized spun aluminum blue and red wall lights $500 – $800 567. A 1950’s New Zealand black steel modernist coffee table with magazine rack to the base, W. 460mm $240 – $400

Retailed by Modernage Corner K Road and Symonds Street. Circa 1956.

572. Garth Chester, Astoria chair in plywood with later Sanderson style upholstery $500 – $1000

564. Jon Janssen rectangular 1950’s teak coffee table raised on tapering legs, L. 1200mm $200 – $300

555. John Crichton, turned kauri salad bowl, c. 1955, adhesive sticker verso $150 – $250

571. A New Zealand made 1960’s four panelled room divider screen with ebonised wood frame, H. 1440mm $400 – $800

569. Pair of Garth Chester bar stools. Manufactured at 32 France Street, Auckland $500 – $800 570. A set of three 1950’s New Zealand made patio chairs raised on black steel bases $600 – $900

Illustrated in Group Architects by J Gatley P.134

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579. A New Zealand manufactured modernist armchair, chromium plated tubular steel frame with bakelite arms and upholstered in chocolate brown leather, c. 1940 $500 – $800 580. A pair of 1950’s woven cane armchairs in matched original condition $350 – $500

Manufactured at the Blind Institute in Parnell.

581. A John Crichton designed coffee table with a mosaic pebble top raised on a black steel base, c. 1960, W. 1270 mm $800 – $1500 582. A John Crichton designed wrought iron standard lamp with matt black finish with original fabric shade, in good original condition, H. 1600mm $1400-2000

An identical example is illustrated on a John Crichton information sheet from the 1950s. The information sheet reproduced in At Home by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins p.142

583. A New Zealand 1950’s standard lamp attributed to John Crichton with white painted finish. The lower section with mosaic inlaid tray and with later George Nelson designed shade, H. 1340mm $1000 – $1500 584. A pair of John Hughes designed art deco revival chairs, each with metal frame and leather sling upholstery $1000 – $1500

Originally exhibited in the Modern furniture exhibition in Christchurch at the CSA Gallery in 1971. Identical examples illustrated in At Home p.240

585. A 1950’s New Zealand Maples Furnishings Ltd oak sideboard with sliding glass panels, small drawers and cupboard, W. 1220 H. 830mm $400 – $800

Retailed by Modernage corner K Road and Symonds Street. Circa 1956

586. A N.Z. made vintage 1960’s swivel chair with chromium plated framing and tubular steel arms raised on a conical base (recently rechromed and reupholstered in red leather) $500 – $800 587. A New Zealand 1940’s Centennial Exhibition stone mantle clock inscribed Tempus Fugit 1940, the base inscribed with the artist’s initials P.A $500 – $800 588. A New Zealand handmade scale model of a tin plate tram car with destination blind inscribed, Herne Bay via College Hill, W. 630mm $500 – $800 589. A pair of NZ designed art deco Centennial exhibition bookends $200 – $300 590. Jane Brenkley sewing box the exterior carved with deer and coastal scenes, the interior inscribed ‘Fragrant with Happy Thoughts’ dated 1952 $400 – $600

591. A pair of 1960’s tubular steel chairs with sheepskin covers $200 – $400 592. NZ 1950’s white painted metal side table with glass top, L. 620 mm $200 – $400 593. A Christchurch Press company Railways Advertising Studio vintage K.P Life Salts poster. Inscribed Better to miss your train than your K.P Life Salt. Effervescent, refreshing, cooling and health restoring, 1000 x 740mm $1800 – $2600 594. New Zealand vintage poster, ‘Sail Matson’, 700 x 480mm $700 – $1100 595. A New Zealand made Art Deco period single bed fitted with a later futon base $350 – $500 596. A 1950’s Hamilton Beach chromium drinks master in good original working condition $250 – $350 597. New Zealand black plaster lamp cast with Maori figures and kowhaiwhai shade, H. 680mm $250 – $500 598. A pair of oak modernist side tables with circular tops raised on tapering legs $400 – $600 599. A Sovereign ware New Zealand native timber platter raised on three ball feet, c. 1965, D. 370mm $75 – $125 600. Four New Zealand Arts Year Books, Nos. 2, 3, 4 & 6 $100 – $200 601. A pair of 1950’s New Zealand made stools raised on tubular steel supports with sheepskin covers $200 – $400 602. A New Zealand folk art Maori figural lamp, H. 540mm $350 – $500 603. A rare ‘Maori Legend’ design Tattersfield all wool pile rug decorated with kowhaiwhai designs and tukutuku panel designs, with original label, 1420 x 690 mm $1000 – $2000 604. A rare ‘Maori Legend’ design, Tattersfield all wool pile rug decorated with taniko design, with original label, 1360 x 690mm $1000 – $2000 605. A vintage Don Ramage Rya wool rug, 1700 x 1200mm $400 – $800

Exhibited Don Ramage Hawke’s Bay Museum exhibition

606. A vintage NZ made modernist hand-woven wool floor rug by Jean Ngan, 2000 x 860mm $500 – $1000

607. A large 1960s floor rug decorated with a sunburst pattern in yellow, brown orange and red, 2700 x 3000mm approx. $450 – $650 608. West End Girl Guides Blanket with numerous hand-stitched badges, 1800 x 1100mm $200 – $300 609. Vivienne Mountford Kauri Trees Coromandel Peninsula three woven circular tapestry panels mounted on board title inscribed, signed and dated verso H. 1840 mm $1000 – $1500 610. Frank Carpay designed 1960s, Kendall shirt $100 – $150 611. A 1950’s ‘Four Square’ Assistants award with silver plated cube supported on four small Bakelite cubes, inscribed Co-operation, Integrity, Service, Fraternity, dated 1954, H. 150mm $150 – $250 612. Wiremu Kutuheri, mantle clock carved as a log surmounted by two kiwis, H. 330mm $400 – $600 613. Rex Chapman-Taylor, hand adzed rimu dining table and six chairs $800 – $1200 614. Rex Chapman-Taylor dresser, the upper section with two shelves, the lower section with two drawers above paneled cupboards, W. 1170mm $800 – $1200 615. A New Zealand colonial games table, the top inlaid in rimu, kauri, rewarewa and numerous native timbers, W. 560mm $450 – $800 616. David Trubridge Prototype Ruth Rocker – 2 Chair & matching Flip for Ruth Ottoman hoop pine, plywood and ash artist’s impressed signature stamp to underside (signaling first version) $2000 – $3500 617. Humphrey Ikin Untitled wooden chair $1000 – $1500 618. Tony Lane gilt wood mirror, designed for Metropole Lounge Bar, Parnell painted on applied disks with splayed branch design, 940 x 1200mm $800 – $1500 619. A New Zealand made sterling silver locket brooch decorated with a Maori Chiefs head $300 – $350 620. Pounamu and 9ct gold bar brooch with NZ and fern motif, in box $100 – $200 621. Valiant comic famous fighter series entitled The Maoris, dated 11th April, 1964 $50 – $100 622. A pair of hand blown art glass bowls $200 – $300

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Decorative Arts of the Modern Movement 623. An Arne Jacobson designed stainless steel cylinder line ice bucket, H. 250mm $200 – $300 624. Wedgewood Bournvita set of Jug and three cups, c. 1935 $50 – $100 625. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, shoulder vase in matt white, 300 x 200mm $1400 – $1800 626. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, lidded bath salts jar, green glazed earthenware, c. 1930 (rim frit) $200 – $400 627. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, cider jug $100 – $200 628. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, cider jug $100 – $200 629. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, commemorative cider mug $50 – $100 630. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, spherical lathe turned vase in straw, KM printed mark, H. 160mm $400 – $500 631. Keith Murray for Wedgewood, ovoid lathe turned moonstone vase, Keith Murray facsimile mark, H. 150mm $350 – $500 632. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, matt white vase with vertical ribbing, KM printed mark, H. 190mm $100 – $200 633. Keith Murray for Wedgewood, vase with matt blue glaze, H. 190mm $1200 – $1600 634. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, facetted bowl, black basalt, D. 260mm $1 000 – $1500 635. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, two tone slip vase, celadon glaze, H. 190mm $350 – $500 636. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, cylindrical vase, matt blue glaze, H. 160mm $1000 – $1400 637. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, ridge vase, matt straw glaze (small glaze frit to rim) H. 190mm $400 – $600 638. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, stepped bowl, moonstone glaze, D. 185mm $400 – $600 639. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, shoulder vase, moonstone glaze, D. 270mm $1000 – $1500 640. Keith Murray for Wedgwood, ridge vase, moonstone glaze, H. 230mm $800 – $1 200 641. Keith Murray for Wedgewood, matt green shallow bowl (Some crazing and staining to the interior) D. 260 mm $400 – $600

642. Poole Delphis charger, D. 345mm $400 – $600 643. Poole Pottery vase with hand painted decoration in yellow and blue, trailing leaf pattern, H. 180mm $350 – $500 644. A pair of Poole pottery vases each with daubed green glaze and dove form handles, H. 210mm $400 – $600 645. A Poole free form planter decorated in the vertical leaf pattern by Alfred Read, H. 180mm $200 – $300 646. A Poole free form vase ovoid shape 337 Stars pattern by Ruth Pavely 1956-57 $200 – $300 647. Rye Pottery, England bowl with blue stripes and a Scandinavian vase with green and black vertical lines, c. 1950 $50 – $100 648. St Ives Pottery, England, assorted pieces including: three lidded casserole pots, one coffee pot, one lidded cooking pot with handle, six soup bowls and three ramekins (one lidded) $400 – $800 649. Pair of Scandinavian style modern teak candle sticks $60 – $120 650. A yellow monochrome bottle vase, crazed and with rim frit, H. 150mm $40 – $80 651. A Carltonware dragon pattern vase. The cylindrical vase decorated with a dragon and cloud pattern within a black cartouche to the front and reverse on a deep red ground with scattered auspicious Buddhist motifs including an endless knot and Dharma chakra wheel, the upper section with a floral and gilt pattern, Wiltshaw and Robinson factory stamp, Pattern number 3145, c. 1927, H. 260mm $1000 – $1500 652. A Carltonware engine turned vase of ovoid shape with gloss pink glaze (No. 3977) H. 230mm $150 – $250 653. A Carltonware engine turned vase of tapering cylindrical form, gloss pink glaze (No. 3977) H. 210mm $150 – $200 654. A Carltonware engine turned vase of ovoid form with matt yellow glaze (No. 3980) H. 170mm $175 – $225 655. A Carltonware engine turned vase of ovoid shape with matt green glaze (No. 3979 H. 150mm $50 – $100 656. A Carltonware engine turned vase of ovoid shape with gloss pink glaze (No. 3977) H. 115mm $40 – $80

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657. Three Carltonware engine turned vases of small spherical shape in gloss pink, matt blue and matt yellow, H. 70mm $200 – $300 658. Poole pottery plate, matt white with hand painted floral motif, D. 325mm $100 – $200 659. Tudric pewter Archibald Knox designed lidded pewter biscuit box decorated with a stylised leaf and flower design, H. 130mm $800 – $1200

Clarice Cliff 660. Clarice Cliff, vase of castellated shape decorated in the Secrets pattern, H. 200mm $800 – $1400 661. ‘Blue Chintz’, a Clarice Cliff conical sugar shaker, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff ‘, c. 1932, H. 140mm $1200 – $1500 662. ‘Rhodanthe’, a Clarice Cliff conical sugar shaker, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1934, H. 140mm $800 – $1200 663. ‘Rhodanthe’, a Clarice Cliff conical salt & pepper, unmarked, c. 1934, H. 80mm $300 – $500 664. ‘Blue Chintz’, a Clarice Cliff sabot, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1932, H. 110mm $800 – $1200 665. ‘Pastel Melons’, a Clarice Cliff sabot, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1930, H.110mm $800 – $1200 666. ‘Original Bizarre’, a Clarice Cliff shape 269 vase painted in geometric diamonds, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1929, H. 150mm $1200 – $1500 667. ‘Kew’ Clarice Cliff coffee can & saucer, painted with a red pagoda between stylised trees, factory marks ‘Handpainted Bizarre by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1932 $800 – $1200 668. ‘Lilly’ Clarice Cliff octagonal plate painted with an abstract waterlilly inside orange & blue banding. factory marks ‘Handpainted Fantasque by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1929, D. 150mm $700 – $1000 669. ‘Garland’ Clarice Cliff octagonal plate painted with a geometric flower pattern inside orange banding, factory marks ‘Handpainted Fantasque by Clarice Cliff’, c. 1929, D. 150mm $700 – $1000 669a. A collection of Clarice Cliff reference material including ‘The Bizarre Affair’ and Christies catalogues $50 – $100


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Moorcroft Pottery 670. Moorcroft Pansy pattern bowl (marks for 1920-1928) D. 215mm $800 – $1200

687. Moorcroft, spill vase, moonlit blue pattern (Marks for 1920-192) H. 150mm $2000 – $2500

705. Small Moorcroft inverse baluster vase in pansy pattern (1920 -1928) H. 100mm $150 – $250

671. Moorcroft Pomegranate bowl with silver plated rim (marks for 1920-1928) D. 184mm $1200 – $1500

688. Moorcroft, dish in dark blue/green lustre, small chip to the base, D. 95mm $40 – $80

706. Small Moorcroft dish in pansy pattern (19201928) D. 90mm $100 – $200

672. Large Moorcroft Pomegranate bowl (19201928) D. 243mm $500 – $800

689. Moorcroft, spill vase in pomegranate pattern with a Tudric pewter base (1920-1925) hairline crack, H. 165mm $1200 – $1500

707. Moorcroft vase in pansy pattern (1920-1928) H. 110mm $200 – $400

673. Moorcroft Pomegranate baluster shaped vase, green W. Moorcroft signature, H. 145mm $200 – $300 674. Moorcroft Pomegranate comport on a silver plated stand, firing flaw, H. 153mm $100 – $200 675. A large and impressive Moorcroft ovoid pomegranate vase, green W. Moorcroft signature, (Marks for 1920-1928) H. 200mm $1200 – $1800 676. Moorcroft clematis pattern lamp base together with an original parchment shade with clematis pattern ( 1953-78) H. 170mm (without shade) $350--600 677. A rare Moorcroft flambé trial vase in wattle pattern, initialed WM (manufactured 198689) H. 305 mm $500 – $800 678. A large and impressive Moorcroft baluster vase in orchid pattern, c.1930, H. 330mm $4000 – $5000 679. Moorcroft, table lamp in orchid pattern with an original parchment shade with orchid pattern (Marks for 1926-28) $400 – $800 680. Moorcroft, spill vase in wisteria pattern, green initials (1920-28) H. 150mm $800 – $1400 681. Moorcroft, baluster vase in wisteria pattern green signature (1926-28) H. 195mm $1500 – $2000 682. Moorcroft, peach lustre ware vase, H. 135 mm and a Moorcroft apricot lustre ware sugar pot with plated lid (1914-1916) H. 70 mm & a Moorcroft 1998 trial salmon bud vase, H. 130mm $200 – $300 683. Moorcroft, baluster vase in anemone pattern, c. 1955, H. 150mm $200 – $300 684. Small Moorcroft baluster vase in orchid pattern (1926-28) H. 85mm $100 – $200 685. Moorcroft, bulbous vase in columbine pattern, c. 1950, H. 100mm $150 – $250 686. A rare Moorcroft vase, plumbs pattern (1920-1928) H. 85mm $750 – $1000

690. Moorcroft, vase in pomegranate pattern with Tudric pewter handles and top rim (19201928) H. 155mm $1000 – $1500 691. Moorcroft comport in pomegranate pattern with Tudric pewter base ( 1920-1928) H. 200mm $1000 – $1500 692. Moorcroft, spherical vase in leaf and berry patter (1928-1936) H. 105mm $200 – $400 693. Moorcroft, small footed bowl in anemone pattern, c. 1950, D. 80mm $100 – $200 694. Moorcroft, small footed bowl in orchid pattern (1926-1928) D. 80mm $100 – $200 695. Moorcroft, bowl in orchid pattern (19261928) D. 105mm $100 – $200 696. Moorcroft, bowl in leaf and berry pattern(1926-1928) D. 110mm $200 – $300 697. Moorcroft, purple and pink lustre footed bowl (1918-1920) & Six small Moorcroft purple and pink lustre saki bowls (manufactured 1920-1925)] $150 – $250 698. Moorcroft lidded jar in orchid pattern (19261928) & Moorcroft lidded jar in flowers spring pattern (1953-1978), H. 90mm each $250 – $350 698. Small Moorcroft baluster vase in orchid pattern (1926-1928) H. 95mm $100 – $200 699. Small Moorcroft baluster vase in leaf and berries pattern (1926-1928) H. 90mm $100 – $200 700. Macintyre Queen Victoria 60th Jubilee Commemorative cup and saucer dated 1823-1897, H. 53mm $40 – $80 701. Moorcroft advertising plaque, c. 1980, L. 205 W. 90mm $50 – $100 702. An unusual Moorcroft cabinet plate with Yacht decoration, D. 235 (small chip to back) $40 – $80 703. Moorcroft bulbous vase in pansy pattern (1928-1936) H. 135mm $150 – $250

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708. Moorcroft, bulbous vase in pansy pattern (1920-1928) H. 130mm $200 – $400 709. Moorcroft, Aurelian tobacco jar in forget-menot pattern, c. 1910 $1500 – $2000 710. Moorcroft, green lustre shoulder vase with a green lustre bowl vase and a dark green baluster vase, H. 100mm & 110mm & 170mm $200 – $400 711. Moorcroft ,yellow lustre inverse baluster vase (1916-1918) H. 190mm $150 – $250 712. Moorcroft, green lustre bowl vase (manufactured 1914-1916), H. 145mm $150 – $250 713. Moorcroft, orange lustre pepper pot and mustard pot (1918-1920) $80 – $140 714. Moorcroft, green and white jam bowl, 2 sets of cream eggcup, salt and pepper shakers and 2 white acorn pepper pots together with a cream lustre ware dish $150 – $250 715. Pair of Moorcroft candlesticks in anemone pattern, H. 90mm $200 – $400 716. A rare Moorcroft squat vase in blue pansy pattern (1920-1928) H. 850mm $1200 – $1500 717. Three small Moorcroft dishes in anemone, columbine and freesia patterns, D. 75mm & 95mm & 75mm $150 – $250 718. Three piece Moorcroft pomegranate teaset with teapot, cream and sugar all with Tudric pewter mounts (1920–1925), repair to teapot $2500 – $3500 719. Moorcroft, bulbous vase in anemone pattern (1936-1945) $150 – $250 720. Moorcroft, baluster vase in orchid pattern (1926-1928) H. 105mm $150 – $250 721. Moorcroft, small bowl in pomegranate pattern (1920-1925) H. 70mm $200 – $300 722. Moorcroft, idded jar in hibiscus pattern (1978-1981) H. 90mm $100 – $200


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723. Moorcroft, flambé inverse baluster shape vase in freesia pattern, chip to rim, c. 1935, H. 110mm $80 – $120 724. Moorcroft, bud vase in orchid pattern (19201928) H. 165mm $900 – $1400 725. Moorcroft, orange lustre squat vase (19141916) H.100mm $100 – $200 726. Macintyre, Aurelian ware shoulder vase in cobalt, c. 1900, H. 305mm $1500 – $2000 727. Moorcroft, ginger jar in plums pattern, c. 1925, H. 150mm $1200 – $1600 728. Moorcroft, green lustre bottle vase (19201925) H. 210mm $100 – $200 729. Small Moorcroft orange lustre bottle vase and a orange lustre lidded bowl, H. 95mm & H. 80mm $100 – $200 730. Macintyre, Aurelian ware ships vase period, c. 1900, H. 200mm $900 – $1200 731. Moorcroft, vase in anemone pattern and a Moorcroft powder bowl in anemone pattern, H. 80mm & L. 130mm $200 – $300 732. Moorcroft, shoulder vase in anemone pattern (1928-1936) H. 110mm $150 – $250 733. Moorcroft, baluster vase in orchid pattern (1926-1928) Small Moorcroft pin dish in bougainvillea pattern (1953-1978) H. 95mm & D. 80mm $200 – $300 734. Moorcroft, bulbous vase in green pomegranate pattern (1920-1925) H. 90mm $150 – $250 735. Moorcroft, demitasse cup and saucer in leaf and berry pattern, c.1928, H. 108mm $200 – $400 736. 3 small Moorcroft lustre ware bowls circa 1915-1918, experimental pots bought directly from Moorcroft during a ‘cellar’ sale $200 – $400 737. 2 rare Moorcroft demitasse cups and saucer in toadstool pattern and a tea plate in toadstool pattern (1928-1936) $1500 – $2000 738. Moorcroft powder blue cake plate, lidded hot water jug, sugar bowl and cup, saucer and plate (6 items) $100 – $200 739. Moorcroft powder blue coffee pot (small chip), sugar bowl with silver plated lid, six coffee cans and saucers, six small side plates. $150 – $250

740. Moorcroft powder blue teapot and teapot trivet $100 – $150 741. Moorcroft powder blue toast rack and 3 powder blue and one white salt and peppers. $100 – $200 742. Moorcroft powder blue milk jug and sugar bowl (2 items) $40 – $80 743. Moorcroft powder blue set of six egg cups and a salt shaker (7 items) $40 – $80 744. Two Moorcroft powder blue blue/white acorn salts and 3 egg cups (5 items) $40 – $80 745. Moorcroft powder blue set of 8 tea cups and saucers and 4 small side plates $80 – $120 746. Two Moorcroft powder blue/ white acorn salts, a green/white and a pink/white acorn salt, mustard pot lacking lid and a small white salt and sugar bowl with silver plated lid (7 items) $150 – $250 747. Two Moorcroft powder blue three piece cruet sets $100 – $200 748. Beswick, Fern Bank pattern vase with an unusual teal glaze, H. 300mm $200 – $400 748a. Martin Brothers, double faced jug decorated with two grimacing faces on a mottled brown and ecru ground. Incised to the base Martin brothers, London and Southall and dated 3. 1901, H. 160mm $4500 – $6500 749. Bernard Moore, lustre bottle vase decorated with a peacock on a rich red ground printed mark to the base, H. 240mm $600 – $1200 750. An Art Nouveau period iridescent glass vase with applied pierced silver plated top, attributed to Loetz $150 – $250 751. An Art Nouveau period iridescent glass bowl, D. 150mm $250 – $350 752. An Art Nouveau period iridescent glass bowl, D. 140mm $250 – $350 753. An Art Nouveau period Loetz (unsigned) iridescent green glass vase of bottle shape decorated with textured creases to the surface, small frits to the top rim, c. 1900, H.250mm $500 – $800 754. A late 19th century aesthetic style cased glass vase hand painted in gilt with butterfly and floral decoration, H. 200mm $100 – $200

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755. A Moser green glass vase, the upper section encircled with a gilt band depicting classical warrior maiden figures, etched marks to the base $200 – $400


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756. Marcel Breuer B35 armchair (1928–29) manufactured by Gebrüder Thonet, tubular steel, wood, and canvas. Thonet label to underside. $600 – $1200

759. A Ralph Lauren armchair with rolled arms in chocolate brown and black leather upholstery, Ralph Lauren label to underside of the seat $1000 – $2000

757. Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller Lounger and Ottoman models 670 and 671 with rosewood laminate shell with black leather cushions raised on a cast aluminum base, Herman Miller label to the underside of each piece. $4000 – $8000

760. A three piece 1950s Danish teak framed lounge suite $1400 – $1800

758. Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller couch with black leather cushions raised on a cast aluminum base, W. 1400mm $4000 – $6000

761. An original Eileen Grey daybed in leather and chromium-plated steel designed in 1925 This example manufactured by Classic Con, c.2003 $3000 – $5000 762. An Eames aluminum group office chair with blue leather pad seat $600 – $1200 762a. Two Italian modular foam armchairs (c.1970). Purchased Focus Furniture in 1970’s. Original fabric coverings. $500 – $1000

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763. A good English Satin birch coffee table and two side tables configured as a nest with the two smaller tables sliding beneath the larger table, each of rectangular form and raised on a chromium plated base, attrib. to Merrow Associates, 1000 x 1200 mm $1000 – $2000 764. A pair of Asprey leather bookends each with a laminated wood golf club and brass ball modeled in high relief, H. 180mm $100 – $200 765. An Art Deco period chromium plated photo frame made in the form of an open hoop, H. 209mm $100 – $250 766. A Ralph Lauren designed chaise longue upholstered in a brown leather basket weave pattern, raised on a chromium plated base $2000 – $3000


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767. A pair of 1950’s laminated bookends with terrestrial and celestial globes Manufactured by Columbus $500 – $1000 768. Jasper Conrad for OMK design chromium plated wall mirror $400 – $800 769. A red carbon fibre Ferrari humidor with camphor lined interior and removable tray, 400 x 280mm $500 – $800 770. A Murano coloured and clear glass cased candlestick by L. Mellara, signature to the base, H. 500mm $300 – $500 771. An Italian Murano yellow tinted glass vase raised on chromium plated base, H. 470mm $350 – $500 772. A pair of Italian Murano glass male and female torsos, multi coloured in clear glass casing raised on circular black vitrolite bases by R. Auatza, H. 360mm $600 – $1200 773. A set of Gucci chromium plated fire irons on stand and matching wood box $400 – $800 774. A large decorative contemporary English pottery four sided jug painted with arum lilies, and pomegranates with alternate panels of naked figures, H. 540mm $400 – $800 775. A large and impressive German Zertifikat manufactured C.D. tower modeled as a scale model of the Empire state building constructed from more than 100 sheets of metal and raised on an American maple wood base, complete with original certificate of authenticity dated 2000 $1000 – $2000 776. A Knoll boardroom table, the two section table with rosewood top with additional leaf W.800mm. Probably made under license in New Zealand in the 1980s. The Table originally used as the Boardroom table at NZI, 3800 x 1500mm & centre leaf of 800mm $3500 – $5000 777. A pair of vintage Wim Rietveld designed pyramid chairs $600 – $1000

778. A French Art Deco lamp by Augustine Carvin with a seal cast in copper in high relief, the glass shade made in the form of an iceberg raised on a spelter base, impressed Fabrication Francasie mark, L. 240mm $800 – $1200 779. Luigi I ceiling mounted light by Driade, Borek Sipek designer, six interleaved glass lamps with five ‘leaves’, D. 1500mm x H. 2000mm $4000 – $6000 780. Robin Day for Hille three seater reception chair with wool upholstered seats $400 – $600 781. A two seater couch upholstered in ecru wool upholstery $400 – $800 782. A large cushion the surface embellished with small rectangular mother of pearl discs, 540 x 540mm $50 – $100 783. 1960’s hanging glass lamp shade $100 – $200 784. An Art Deco mohair rug by Ontram and Peels, plush honey gold pile, 1900 x 950mm $400 – $800 784a. An Art Deco period spelter lamp $250 – $500 784b. An Art Deco period figural plaster lamp $150 – $250 784c. An Art Nouveau period painted earthenware figural mirror modelled as a young woman standing by a rocky pool with grotesque mask beneath an arched mirror $350 – $500 785. A Joe Colombo designed 1960’s space age plastic desk lamp $250 – $350 786. A Louis Poulsen designed 1960’s space age plastic desk lamp $250 – $350 787. A large 1960’s orange plastic shelving unit purchased from Smith and Caughey’s in the late 1960’s $800 – $1200 788. Joe Colombo 1960’s silver and plastic space age lamp $300 – $400

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789. 1960’s plastic cosmetic mirror $200 – $400 790. A 1960’s New Zealand made purple and white plastic table lamp made by CB Incorporated $250 – $400 791. A plastic table lamp with fluted shade $200 – $300 792. A 1960s space age plastic coat rack $150 – $250 793. A pair of New Zealand made 1960s ‘phases of the moon’ yellow plastic table lamps $400 – $800 794. A Louis Poulsen spun aluminum blue vintage ceiling light Model ph5 $800 – $1200 795. A Louis Poulsen spun aluminum purple vintage ceiling light Model ph5 $800 – $1200 796. A pair of Ero Saarinen style side tables $400 – $800 797. An art deco Christian Barman designed HMV chrome beehive heater in superb original condition $500 – $800 798. 1950s Sofono electric disc heater $400 – $600 799. A 1950’s conical wooden planter supported on three black metal rods, H. 670mm $400 – $600 800. Vico Magistretti for Artimede vintage molded plastic coffee table $400 – $800 801. Antonio Citterio for Kartell Battista table trolley, c. 1970s $250-350

Motorbikes 802. A Red 1950s Matchless single trail bike, 500cc $3500 – $5000 803. A Black 1950s Matchless road bike, 350cc $2500 – $3500


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804. A 19th Century painted gesso crucifix of Jesus mounted on a later cross, the figure with damage to one hand, the other hand missing, H. 430mm $350 – $400 805. Two 18th Century Delft blue and white tiles, one with a crucifixion scene and the other with figures at a well, 125 x 125mm each $100 – $200 806. A 19th century Russian icon painted with a figure of the Virgin Mary with gilt highlights, 280 x 360mm $600 – $1000 807. A good early Victorian Copeland and Garrett Parian ware figure of Narcissus modeled by Gibson (R.A.) for the Art Union of London, dated 1846 with original printed stamp to the interior, H. 310mm $1000 – $1500 808. A good early Victorian Copeland Parian ware figure of Musidora modelled by W. Teed for the Crystal Palace Art Exhibition (1851), impressed stamps, H. 420mm $1500 – $2000

809. A Dresden 19th Century lidded vase, hand painted with scenes of a harbour side town with alternating panels painted in a pink diaper pattern, possibly by Johann Christen Dahl, H. 240mm $500 – $1000

815. A 19th century French wood and gesso painted figure of Saint Germaine, H. 1600mm $4000 – $5000

810. A French Napoleon III period mantle clock by Henri Picard, the gilt bronze case surmounted by a figure of Hope. The white enamel dial with Roman numerals flanked by recessed marble panels, c. 1860, W. 450mm x H. 380mm $1000 – $2000

817. A French Baques six Light chandelier $3000 – $4000

811. An impressive early 18th Century French oak armoire with a stepped cornice above paneled doors with marquetry inlay raised on flat bun feet, 2100 x 1360mm $5000 – $8000 812. A set of ten 19th century French provincial country chairs with seagrass seats $800 – $1200 813. A 19th century French gilt over mantle mirror, 1560 x 1040mm $800 – $1200 814. A pair of French Boudoir chairs $1200 – $1800

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816. A decoratively painted Italian cabinet $1000 – $1500

818. A decorative wrought iron white painted chandelier $350 – $500 819. A French luster chandelier $1500 – $2500 820. A Victorian mother of pearl inlaid side chair $80 – $120 821. A late 19th century oak elbow chair $80 – $120 822. A Louis XV style fauteuil $400 – $600 823. A taxidermy Deer’s head mounted on an ebonised wall bracket $100 – $200 824. Art Deco figural float bowl $150 – $250


The Arts of the Samurai from the collection of Harry Pappafloratos Asian Art Oceanic Art from a Private Collection Auction – Thursday 3 March at 6.30pm 3 Abbey Street, Newton, Auckland

Viewing Friday 25 February Saturday 26 February Sunday 27 February Monday 8 February Tuesday 1 March Wednesday 2 March Thursday 3 March

9am  –  5pm 11am  –  4pm 11am  –  4pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  5pm 9am  –  1pm

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An Introduction to the Arts of the Samurai – from the Collection of Harry Pappafloratos Harry Pappafloratos is a well known figure in New Zealand and specifically Wellington circles. His passion for collecting began in the 1970’s. During his time at Victoria university. His early interest was ethnographica of all types but specifically African and Asian arts. His earliest purchases were constrained by a student’s purse but as his career in Market Research blossomed his range of interests expanded into Asian lacquerware, ceramics, metalware and swords and woodblock prints. For Harry his collecting passion has for thirty five years not just been fuelled by fascination for the items contained in this catalogue, but even more importantly the fraternity of the collectors with and from whom he has shared and exchanged information and camaraderie. Harry is a subscriber to the view that the collectors role is that of custodian of these precious items from the past and that there is a duty to pass these on to keep the flame alive. In this spirit he is offering this portion of his extensive collection. 866a

Japanese Art 850. A Meiji period Japanese wood hibachi (‘fire bowl’) with gilt lacquer and mother-of-pearl decoration of flowering kiku sprays and butterflies, D. 305mm $150 – $250 851. A Japanese Meiji period copper charcoal pot, with twin loop handles and lid, H. 320mm $70 – $100 852. Three Japanese ceramic sake bottles, H. 270mm each $70 – $100 853. A Japanese SageJubako (picnic box) the five-tiered black lacquer box with gilt decoration of river landscapes to sides and cover, 435 x 245mm $400 – $600 854. A Japanese SageJubako (picnic box) the four-tiered black lacquer box with gilts decoration of landscapes and flying cranes. Some losses to the lacquer. Complete with original paulowina box $150 – $250

859. A Japanese album of black and white vintage photographs $50 – $100 860. A Japanese Meiji period Katsura Kabuki wig in original stand and wooden box, 325 x 315mm (the box) $110 – $210 861. A Japanese Meiji period lacquered kimono stand. L. 1510mm $250 – $350 862. Jin Baori kimono $200 – $300

869. A Japanese gilt lacquer Buddhist figural group, mounted on a wood frame, 240 x 210mm (few repairs and losses) $100 – $200 870. Three similar Japanese carved gilt wood Buddhist shrine panels, L. 660mm max $100 – $200 871. A Meiji period Japanese bronze temple water jar with dragon spout and Buddhist Foo dog finial to the lid, H. 630mm $1200 – $1800

863. A Japanese silk kimono, ca. 1960 $100 – $200

872. A Japanese bronze handled vase, with relief panels of shishi amongst flowers, inscription to the base, H. 300mm $50 – $100

864. A Japanese 1920’s Paulownia cedar kimono chest with copper fittings, H. 1600mm $650 – $850

873. A Japanese Usubata Ikebana flower vase, c. 1940’s, H. 270mm $80 – $120

865. A Meiji period Japanese red lacquer double stand decorated in gilt with cranes and floral design, W. 147mm max $200 – $400

874. A Japanese Usubata Ikebana flower vase, c. 1940’s, H. 265mm $80 – $120

855. A set of Japanese eight black lacquer trays with gilt decoration, 270 x 270mm $400 – $600

866. A Japanese Meiji period Keyaki wood kyodai (mirrored vanity chest), 810 x 375mm $260 – $360

856. A black lacquer bunko (document box) with gilt mon to cover, 725 x 330mm $250 – $350

866a. A Japanese Meiji period two piece Kaidan Dansu (step chest) with sliding doors and drawers, H. 2120mm $2000 – $3000

857. A Japanese black lacquer tray, painted in red and gilt lacquer to the centre with a Ju (longevity) character medallion, signed, L. 315 x H. 220mm, wood box $100 – $200

867. A Japanese solid macassar ebony Buddhist shrine with gilt deity, ca 1960, 1710 x 670 x 580mm $500 – $600

858. A small Japanese paulowina wood writing box with three drawers, 175 x 140 x 250mm $100 – $200

868. A Japanese Tokogawa shrine bell complete with original box $1000 – $1500

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875. A Japanese Usubata Ikebana flower vase, with silver inlaid decoration of flower design, c. 1940’s, H. 265mm $120 – $150 876. A Japanese turquoise glazed bottle vase, first quarter of the 20th Century, H. 255mm $100 – $200

See Anthony J. Allen, ‘Allen’s Introduction to Later Chinese Porcelain’, Auckland, 1996, fig. 78, p. 147

877. A Japanese ovoid pottery vase partially covered with white and grey glaze, impressed Shino mark near to base, H. 215mm $100 – $200


Japanese Swords 878. An Edo period (17th/18th Century) Japanese tanto blade with shirasaya mountings, shaped copper habaki, L. 350mm $800 – $1200 879. A rare Koto period (15th/16th Century) Japanese armour piercing tanto blade with shirasaya mounting, L. 335mm $1000 – $1500 880. A Japanese wakizashi blade with shirasaya mounting, carved silver habaki, L. 620mm $1800 – $2000 881. A Japanese wakizashi blade signed Hiroyoshi and dated to the second month of the eighth year of the Tenshou Era (1580), with shirasaya mounting, gilt habaki, L. 425mm $1500 – $2500 882. A Taisho period (1912-1926) Japanese wakizashi blade with shirasaya mounting, signed, gilt carved habaki, L. 560mm (excellent polish to blade) $2000 – $3000 883. A Japanese wakizashi blade with shirasaya mounting, signed, L. 675mm $1000 – $2000 884. A Japanese straight tanto blade with a groove on the back, with shirasaya mounting, the tang with possible later signature and inscription dating to the second month of the second year of the Bunmei era (1470), two-piece habaki, L. 470mm $800 – $1200 885. A 17th/18th Century Japanese hand tachi, signed Kaneyuki, with matching fuchi kashira, koiguchi and kojiri with gilt scrolls, iron tsuba with shishi and peony, crane shaped menuki, L. 960mm (good polished blade with very minor flaws) $2000 – $3000 886. A Koto period Japanese naginata blade turned into a wakizashi blade with shirasaya mounting, L. 640mm $1200 – $1500

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887. A 17th Century Japanese wakizashi with matching shakudo nanako fuchi kashira with playing cards, flower shaped menuki, signed tsuba with incised and gilt decoration of birds and trees, silver habaki and seppa, black lacquer scabbard, L. 670mm (good polish to blade) $2000 – $2500 888. A late Koto period (16th Century) wakizashi, signed Kiyotsugu from Chosu province, with shakudo nanako fuchi kashira decorated with chrysanthemum and dragon flies, gilt dragon fly shaped menuki, tsuba detailed in gilt with a man amongst waves, black lacquer sheath, L. 635mm $1500 – $2000

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889. A Shinto period (ca. 1660) Japanese wakazashi, signed ‘Soshu ise daijo tsunahiro’ 5th generation, with complete fittings comprising matching fuchi kashira and menuki with gold plain shishi, solid gold top plate on kazuka with relief shishi and peony, L. 474mm $7000 – $9000 890. A 16th Century Japanese wakizashi, signed, fuchi kashira and menuki detailed in gilt, black lacquer sheath, L. 690mm (the tang has been shorten and polished; the blade is polished but with few flaws) $2000 – $2500 891. A rare 18th/19th century Japanese large flat sided wakizashi signed on blade, the fuchi incised with cranes, the menuki of shishi form, black lacquer scabbard with iron kojiri, L. 640mm $1200 – $1800 892. A Japanese buke-zukuri katana dated on its certificate to 1789, maker Kanehisa, the tsuba with pierced and carved prunus design, matching shakudo fuchi kashira decorated with samurai in rural setting, black lacquer scabbard with horn fittings, L. 627 mm (blade papered with flaws that show infront of the habaki) $3750 – $5500 893. A Japanese katana with iron tsuba decorated with kiku heads, copper habaki carved with birds and prunus sprays, gilt menuki, black lacquer scabbard, L. 730mm $1200 – $1800 894. A Late Koto period (16th Century) straight katana with unusually straight two handed handle; pierced iron tsuba with stylized bats and floral design, black lacquer sheath, L. 855mm $1500 – $2000 895. A Japanese buke-zukuri katana, iron tsuba with gold and silver inlaid decoration of rodent and turnips, plain shakudo fuchi kashira, garden vegetable shaped menuki finished with gold and silver alloys, solid copper habaki with carved hatched pattern, black lacquer scabbard with buffalo horn fittings, L. 616mm $4500 – $6000 896. A c. 1926–1941 Japanese Shin-Gunto katana with regulation army style metal fittings (carved un-pierced gilt brass tsuba, brass fuchi kashira and habaki, steel menuki, steel 1938 pattern scabbard), inscription to tang reading No Shu Ju I Do Hide Toshi Saku Kore (made by Hide Toshi from No Shu), Sho army inspection stamp, L. 658mm $1800 – $2500

Kept as souvenir by a Dutch officer while the Dutch Navy were disposing of Japanese weapons after the WWII

897. A Koto period Japanese tachi remounted as katana, matching copper and silver fuchi kashira carved with waves, shell shaped menuki, matching iron and silver kojiri and koiguchi; iron tsuba with gilt inlaid, silver plated habaki, L. 720mm $1500 – $2500


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898. A Koto period Japanese short katana, signed Kaneyasu from Seki in Noshu (Mino) province, with koshirae mountings, red lacquer scabbard with copper fittings, L. 720mm $1200 – $1500 899. A Japanese tanto with tsuba carved in relief with dragons, shakudo nanako fuchi kashira with relief gilt shishi and bamboo, shishi shaped menuki, black lacquer scabbard worked with wisteria sprays, L. 285mm (possible overlay missing to scabbard decoration, good polish to blade) $1500 – $3000 900. A c. 1860’s Japanese tanto with unusual kanmuriotoshi blade, silver inlaid metal fittings and matching kozuka and kogai, black and red lacquer scabbard, L. 390mm $4500 – $6000 901. A Koto period (15th/16th Century) tanto mounted with black lacquer mountings, gilt habaki, ken horimono to both sides of blade, L. 475mm $1500 – $2500 902. A Japanese tanto made from a cut down tachi, with copper and blackened silver fittings, the handle with dragon-carp shaped menuki, the kozuka with figures in relief detailed in copper and gilt, brown lacquer scabbard, L. 565mm $1500 – $2000 903. A Japanese tanto with bone mountings carved with figures on village settings, L. 350mm $500 – $1000 904. A Japanese tanto with black lacquer scabbard, L. 500mm (the blade needs polishing, kogatana and kojiri missing) $500 – $600 905. A 18th/19th Century Japanese tanto with koshirae mountings, signed, fuchi carved with butterflies, kozuka with figural design, mother-of-pearl black lacquer scabbard, L. 350mm $800 – $1200 906. Japanese matching shakudo nanako fuchi kashira and menuki cast in relief with gold chickens and cockerels, signed Yanagawa Naoyoshi with kao, L. 35mm (fuchi), wood box $1800 – $2500 907. A Japanese single shibuichi fuchi with shakudo ants pulling gilt juice drops, signed Yoshi Hoka? Tsuku, L. 35mm $150 – $250 908. Japanese fuchi kashira incised respectively with a tiger and cub and a waterfall landscape, signed Takasei Eijyu, L. 40mm max $400 – $600 909. An Edo period (ca. 1750) Japanese iron sukashi tsuba cast with a pierced leaping horse with bridle, signed Yoshi Haru, L. 70mm, wood box $900 – $1300

910. A Japanese patined copper tsuba decorated with raised relief of a fisherman, the reverse with a carp, detailed in shakudo and gold, signed, H. 60mm, wood box $720 – $820 911. An Edo period (1800s) shakudo sakashi tsuba pierced and carved with two cockerels, H. 60mm, wood box $1080 – $2000 912. An Edo period (1800s) Japanese iron tsuba cast in relief and detailed in shakudo and gold with a cockerel and a chicken before wisteria sprays issuing from a bamboo fence, L. 70mm, wood box $720 – $820 913. A 19th century Japanese seven-sword wooden stand with a draw for fittings, 345 x 300mm $300 – $400 914. A Meiji period Japanese suit of armour $2500– $3500 915. A Japanese black and gilt lacquer jingasa (samurai hat), D. 400mm (restored) $300 – $400 916. An Edo period (17th/18th Century) Japanese yari spear head with lacquered scabbard, L. 345mm (missing handle) $500 – $600 917. A Japanese naginata (pole arm) with black and gilt lacquer handle and scabbard, H. 2310mm $1000 – $2000 918. A Japanese sodegarami (long pole with many small hooks) with wooden handle, H. 2140mm $800 – $1200 919. An Edo period (18th/19th Century) Japanese small yari (spear) for indoor use, with a mother-of-pearl black lacquer section to handle and black lacquer scabbard, H. 1450mm $800 – $1200 920. A Japanese sodegarami (long pole with many small hooks) with wooden handle, H. 2230mm $800 – $1200 921. An Edo period Japanese long yari (spear) with wooden handle and metal fittings, red paint to blade, H. 2285mm $1000 – $1500 922. A Japanese tobikuchi (spike on wood handle) with rattan binding and re-enforced steel bands, the blade with an incised character, the handle with a black painted inscription, H. 515mm $200 – $300 923. A Meiji period Japanese wooden war hammer, H. 935mm, the hammer W. 285mm $500 – $700 924. A Edo period Japanese wooden war club, H. 1250mm $200 – $400

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925. A Japanese hatchet with a hook, mark to blade and handle, H. 450mm $100 – $200 926. A Japanese hatchet adze with lacquered handle, H. 545mm $100 – $200 927. A Japanese battle axe, H. 400mm $200 – $300 928. A 19th century Japanese axe, H. 795mm $200 – $300 929. A Japanese manriki-kusari (lit. ten-thousand power chain), a weighed chain used to disarm criminals, L. 655mm $100 – $200 929a. A Japanese tessen (iron fan), used by samurai as self defense weapon, H. 315mm $200 – 400 930. A Japanese shakuhachi (bamboo flute), L. 545mm $200 – $300 931. A Late Edo/Early Meiji period Japanese black lacquer quiver containing five arrows, the quiver H. 935mm; the arrows H. 910mm $250 – $350 932. A Meiji period Japanese black lacquer yumi (bow) worked with rattan, H. 2090mm (string missing) $300 – $500 933. A Japanese archery set, comprising a black lacquer double stand with twelve arrows and a wooden double stand with ten arrows, W. 920mm max (lacquer stand) & H. 555mm (arrows) $200 – $300 934. A Japanese wood yumi (bow) with rattan work and string, H. 2160mm $500 – $1000 935. A 19th century Japanese firearm pump, with incised and black painted inscriptions, H. 1440mm $200 – $300 936. Japanese bronze model of a tiger with inset glass eyes, L. 535mm $400 – $600 937. A Japanese wooden rice pounding mallet, H. 900mm $80 – $120 938. A pair of Meiji period ceremonial Taru sake barrels, H. 740mm $100 – $200 939. A rare Japanese large wood jizai kagi (kettle hook hanger), H. 500mm $1000 – $1500 940. A Japanese Meiji period chestnut wood suzuribako (writing box) with writing tools on internal tray, 275 x 210 x 300mm $180 – $280 941. A small Japanese cedar and paulownia wood two drawer box, 175 x 210 x 255mm $130 – $230


942. A Japanese Meiji/Taisho period ebony tray with pierced shaped handles, 165 x 165mm $50 – $100

960. A large Japanese Shigaraki chatsubo (tea jar), H. 620mm $250 – $350

943. A Japanese chestnut and paulownia wood box with a single drawer, 100 x 145 x 270mm $75 – $100

961. A Japanese Raku chawan (tea bowl) with painted decoration on a cream ground, signed, D. 120mm, wood box $50 – $100

944. A Japanese mother of pearl black lacquer stand with scroll end supports, L. 605mm $150 – $300 945. A Japanese Meiji period black and gilt lacquer stand with scroll feet, 560 x 325mm $100 – $200 946. A Japanese album after Utaga Hiroshige (1797-1858), containing the complete set of the Tokaido Gojusan-tsugi serie (‘The Fiftythree Stations of the Tokaido’), printed from original wood blocks, second edition, 1918, with extra prints and a supplement to Life International with an illustrated guide to the series, each leaf: 260 x 380mm $2000– $3000 947. An 18th century Japanese pottery wasted cylindrical vase, H. 230mm $100 – $200 948. A Japanese crucible pottery vase, H. 270mm $200 – $300 949. A Japanese 19th century Seto Yaki bowl covered in a finely crackled light olive glaze, D. 375mm $100 – $200 950. A Japanese Bizen wood fired bowl, D. 360mm, wood box $50 – $100 951. A late Meiji period food storage pottery jar, H. 260mm $60 – $80 952. A Japanese Meiji period Oribe pentagonal vase, signed, H. 245mm, wood box $400 – $600 953. A Japanese 19th century Shigaraki mizusashi (water container for tea ceremony), H. 155mm, wood box $300 – $600 954. A Japanese Meiji period wood fire pottery chatsubo (tea jar), H. 475mm $1200 – $1500 955. A 20th century Japanese glazed Wakayana chatsubo (tea jar), H. 810mm $400 – $600 956. A large Japanese Shigaraki chatsubo (tea jar), c. 1930’s, H. 570mm $240 – $340 957. A large Japanese Shigaraki chatsubo (tea jar), c. 1930’s, H. 690mm $600 – $800

962. A Japanese Raku chawan (tea bowl), with slip decoration on an orange ground, signed, D. 115mm, wood box $50 – $100 963. A Japanese Raku chawan (tea bowl), with painted decoration on an orange ground, signed, D. 120mm, wood box $50 – $100 964. A Japanese obsidian glazed bottle vase, c. 1960, H. 320mm $40 – $60 965. A large Japanese glazed pottery dish, D. 385mm $50– $100 966. A 20th century Japanese takotsubo pottery vase (octopus trap), c. 1950’s, H. 240mm $40 – $60 967. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100 968. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100

977. A Japanese late Meiji period mirror decorated with a design of cranes, tortoises, bamboo and a pine tree, inscribed with two calligraphic characters representing takasago, the site of a famous pine tree, D. 230mm $50– $100 978. A Satsuma coffee set painted with Bijin $50 – $100 979. A Satsuma potpourri vase painted with chrysanthemums, birds and bamboo, H. 100mm $50– $100 980. Utamaro Ukiyo-e woodblock print, Portrait of a Bijin (beautiful woman), 390 x 270mm $100 – $200 981. Utamaro Ukiyo-e woodblock print, Portrait of a Bijin (beautiful woman), 390 x 270mm $100 – $200 982. Utamaro Ukiyo-e woodblock print, Portrait of a Bijin (beautiful woman), 390 x 270mm $100 – $200 983. Utamaro Ukiyo-e woodblock print, Portrait of a Bijin (beautiful woman], 390 x 270mm $100 – $200 984. Utamaro Ukiyo-e woodblock print, Portrait of a Bijin [beautiful woman], 390 x 270mm $100 – $200

969. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100 970. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100 971. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100 972. An Hokkaido hand blown glass float. $50 – $100 973. A Japanese Meiji period papier mache black lacquered lidded box decorated with Samurai warriors $50 – $100 974. A Japanese anagama fired stoneware vase, H. 180mm $200 – $300 975. A Japanese Buddhist alter shrine box. The interior with a lama holding mala beads seated on a gilt wood throne, H. 220mm $150 – $250 976. A Japanese cased carved bone travelling set consisting of a pair of chopsticks and utility knife with attached metal mounts for belt suspension $100 – $200

958. A Japanese Shigaraki chatsubo (tea jar), H. 365mm $120 – $150 959. A Japanese chatsubo (tea jar), possible Shigaraki, c. 1930’s, H. 175mm $100 – $200 1046

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Chinese & Korean Art 985. An 18th Century Chinese Export mandarin pattern bowl painted in typical style with panels of figures at leisure on river landscapes, D. 293mm (with cracks and later metal band to rim) $400 – $800 986. Four Chinese famille rose bowl decorated with flowering sprays; together with a South-East Asian blue and white dish, D. 203mm max (damages) $30 – $60 987. Two 19th Century Chinese blue and white miniature vases painted with figures in fenced gardens, H. 80mm max (damages) $20 – $40 988. Four similar Chinese blue and white chargers, D. 405mm max $100 – $200 989. Three Chinese Yixing miniature teapots of various shapes, all with marks to base and wood stands, W. 115mm max $30 – $50 990. A Chinese Jin Dynasty-style chicken-head ewer, H. 295mm $100 – $200 991. A Chinese Tang-style handled ewer with shaped rim, H. 295mm $100 – $200 992. A pair of Chinese Tang-style sancai Buddhistic lions, H. 240mm $250 – $350 993. A Chinese Song-style double gourd teapot, H. 140mm, wood stand (glaze cracks) $50 – $100 994. A Chinese Song-style ‘oil spot’ glaze bowl, mark to base, D. 175mm $40 – $80 995. A Chinese Song-style ‘hare fur’ tea bowl, D. 125mm $150 – $250 996. A Chinese Song-style ‘oil spot’ bowl, D. 125mm $100 – $200 997. A Chinese Jun-style bowl with typical blue and purple splashes glaze, D. 185mm $100 – $200 998. A Chinese Jun-style censer with upright handles, H. 210mm $100 – $200 999. A Chinese Jun-style pottery figure of Guanyin seated on a high lotus stand, H. 490mm $250 – $350 1000. A Chinese Qingbai-style figure of Guanyin riding an elephant $250 – $350 1001. A Chinese Song-style small celadon vase attached to part of its saggar, H. 178mm max $100 – $200

1002. A Chinese Song-style handled celadon jar attached to part of its saggar, H. 150mm max $100 – $200

1020. A Chinese archaistic jade sword fitting carved with a coiled dragon, L. 70mm (partially altered jade) $25 – $50

1003. A large Chinese Longquan-style celadon tripod censer, D. 300mm $150 – $250

1021. A Chinese archaistic celadon jade finial incised with a taotie mask, H. 460mm $100 – $200

1004. A Chinese Longquan-style blue celadon bottle vase, H. 245mm, wood stand $150 – $250

1022. A Chinese archaistic jade carving with dragon and bird finials, H. 290mm (partially altered jade) $150 – $250

1005. A Chinese Ming-style celadon and enamel dragon, impressed mark to base, H. 295mm $150 – $250 1006. A large Chinese Longquan-style celadon jar with dragon biscuit decoration, H. 370mm $250 – $350 1007. A Chinese Cizhou-style bowl painted with a scholar fishing on a river bank, D. 330mm $100 – $200 1008. A Chinese Cizhou-style rectangular pillow with sgraffiato decoration of peony scrolls, L. 480mm $150 – $250 1009. A Chinese Cizhou-style baluster vase with sgraffiato decoration of peony scrolls, mark to base, H. 378mm (minor flake chip to base) $150 – $250 1010. A Chinese Cizhou-style meiping dragon vase, H. 320mm $150 – $250 1011. A Korean grey celadon meiping vase with white and grey slip decoration of cranes, H. 410mm $150 – $250

1023. A Chinese archaistic celadon jade pendant formed by a c-shape section on a pointed end, H. 850mm $25 – $50 1024. A Chinese jade Buddhistic lion $200 – $300 1025. A Chinese archaistic jade model of a camel, H. 170mm (partially altered jade) $175 – $275 1026. A Chinese archaistic jade carving of a figure, H. 200mm (partially altered jade) $500 – $600 1027. A Chinese jasper scholar rock, W. 360mm, wood stand $200 – $300 1028. A fossilized wood piece, H. 410mm, wood stand $130 – $230 1029. A Chinese root wood stand of twisted and entwined form, H. 325mm $200 – $300

1012. A Korean meiping vase with white slip decoration of cranes, mark to base, H. 310mm $100 – $200 1013. A Chinese archaistic bronze vase with stylised dragon design, H. 160mm $50 – $100 1014. A 19th Century Chinese bronze stirrups with dragon design, H. 170mm $250 – $350 1015. A 20th Century Chinese bronze group of a child playing a flute riding an ox, H. 230mm $80 – $120 1016. A Chinese agate pig-dragon pendent, H. 30mm $25 – $50 1017. A Chinese archaistic spinach jade ceremonial axe, L. 780mm $25 – $50 1018. A Chinese archaistic celadon jade ceremonial axe, carved with dragons and taotie masks, H. 283mm $100 – $200 1019. A Chinese archaic jade axe $100 – $200

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1030. A good Chinese Beijing Opera cream silk robe embroidered with dragon roundels $250 – $350 1031. A Chinese rosewood calligraphy box, 230 x 160mm $40 – $60 1032. A small Chinese hardwood cabinet, 485 x 380mm $80 – $120 1033. An early 20thCentury elm and hardwood Chinese Buddhistic altar, decorated with carved panels, the internal doors painted with peony sprays, 700 x 500mm $350 – $500 1034. A Chinese wooden Buddha figure, H. 335mm, wood stand (hands missing and heavy wear) $50 – $100 1035. A small 20th Century Chinese painted lacquered low table, 530 x 295mm $80 – $120 1036. A Chinese hardwood low table with carved top and lion paw feet, 900 x 1500mm $250 – $350

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South-East Asian Art

1042. A large and impressive Tibetan Gelukpa school Thangka. The Thangka painted on linen with figures of Amitayus, the Buddha of long life, Manjushri, the Buddha of wisdom, White Tara, the female Bodhisattva associated with compassion and long life and Shakyamuni Buddha, the historical Buddha in Vajrayana (Tantric) form framed by three manifestations of Vajrapani in wrathful protector form. The foreground painted with numerous smaller Buddha and Bodhisattva figures including Lama TsongKhapa, the founder of the Gelukpa school, L. 3000mm $1500 – $2500

1046. A large Burmese bronze Buddha, seated on a double lotus throne in dhyanasana, his hands in bhumisparsha mudra, wearing plain robes, his face with typical serene expression, H. 1000 (the bronze with a verdigris patina) $3000 – $4000

1043. A modern Tibetan style Thangka painted with the Buddha of compassion Avalokiteshvara, 580 x 400mm $100 – $200 1044. A pair of 19th century decoratively painted Tibetan bowls $100 – $200 1045. A Tibetan coffer painted with a dragon design, 19th century and later, W. 800mm $500 – $800

1037. A 20th Century Chinese hardwood low table, the aprons with pierced flower scrolls, 900 x 1500mm $250 – $350

1047. A c. 1930 large Burmese lost wax bronze temple bell, cast in relief with gilt figural panels underneath borders of lappets and flower scrolls, the fixed hook flanked by Buddhistic lions, the sectional suspension stirrup hook with guardian figures and elephant finial, the bell H. 800mm, the hook H. 570mm $1500 – 2500 1048. A Burmese bronze 19th century opium weight shaped as a mythological bird, H. 175mm $160 – $260 1049. A South-East Asian bronze deity, H. 195mm (heavy verdigris and few losses) $80 – $120 1050. A bronze figure of the Hindu goddess Lakshmi, together with a bronze figure of the Hindu deity Hanuman and another deity figure, H. 120mm & H. 93mm $150 – $250 1051. An Indian wooden panel carved in relief with human figures, framed in later Japanese teak, L. 255 x H. 300mm including the frame $100 – $200

1038. A Chinese Ming Dynasty style Buddha’s head mounted in a fitted ebonised plinth, H. 220mm $500 – $1000

1052. A South-East Asian black pottery jar with ribbed shoulder, H. 145mm $50 – $100

1039. A decorative wall mirror with leather frame painted with chinoiserie decoration, 1060 x 620mm $350 – $500

1053. A 16th century Sukhothai celadon glazed vase of ovoid shape with cylindrical neck incised with concentric bands, H. 220mm $100 – $200

1040. A 19th century polychrome painted Chinese figure, H. 350mm $200 – $300

1054. A 19th century Thai Bronze Buddha figure seated with his hands in Bhumisparsha (earth touching) mudra, H. 180mm $80 – $140

1041. A Chinese red lacquer document box, W. 420mm $80 – $120 1047

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Other Bladed weapons and Militaria from the collection of Harry Pappafloratos 1055. A 19th Century Moghul Persia dagger with jade horse handle and gold koftgari cartouche on peshkaba shaped blade, L. 435mm $1250 – $1750 1056. A 18th/19th Century Indo-Persian rare straight bladed sword with a gold koftgari cartouche on blade, refurbished scabbard, L. 1010mm $1500 – $2000 1057. A c. 1650’s Italian steel stiletto, H. 210mm $2000 – $4000

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1060. Spanish swept hilt rapier with fire wire board grip and large ball shaped pommel, H. 1180mm $4000 – $6000

1067. A ‘Long Range Desert Group’ (rats) cap badge war, D. 32mm & another one $100 – $200

1068. A ‘Death or Glory’ skull badge (17th lances), H. 47mm $100 – $200

Purchased from Wallace Walker in 1990

1061. A c. 1600 German left handed parrying dagger, inscription incised to both sides of the blade: ‘In Domino Confido’, H. 405 mm $2000 – $4000 1062. A 17th/18th century French left handed dagger with silver nails on grip and floral incisions on blade, with red leather scabbard, L. 430mm $1500 – $2000 1063. A 19th century American gauche bowie knife with carved nickel and silver handle, French made blade with ‘Dufour’ impressed mark, L. 370mm $400 – $800

1058. A 15th/16th Century north Italian large stiletto, H. 440mm $2000 – $4000

1064. A 19th Century British boot knife, with ‘Southern & Richardson Sheffields’ mark on blade, L. 250mm $400 – $600

1059. An Italian Sardo-Genovese coltello da caccia dagger with incised scroll work to blade, L. 310mm $500 – $800

1065. A jewelers replica 9ct gold miniature Victoria cross, H. 18mm $1000 – $2000

Purchased from CJ & AJ Dixon Ltd Military medalists (UK) ca. 30 years ago

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1069. Three 105th regiment standard Napoleon eagle cap badges, H. 450mm max $100 – $200 1070. A W.W.I German imperial tank badge, H. 70mm $500 – $1000 1071. A sterling silver Royal Flying Corps (RFC) services dress pilot’s badge Marks for Birmingham 1914 $250 – $500 1072. An Early 19th century John Blissett Six-Shot Percussion Pepperbox revolver 6-shot fluted barrel with sight marks and numbered barrels, finely engraved silver plate metal mounts on plain walnut grip with inscribed to one side ‘John Blissett 321 High Holborn London’, to the other ‘Improved Revolving Pistol’. Mahogany case with Blissett label and fitted with two ivory topped pots, cleaning brush, oil bottle, replacement bullet mould, shot, nipple key, two spare nipples and percussion cap tin, the pistol L. 220 mm overall $4000 – $6000


An introduction to a private collection of Oceanic Artefacts This fine private collection of Oceanic artefacts (lots 1073 – 1094) was assembled by trade and exchange or as gifts of esteem in the Vanuatu region, primarily on the islands of Ambrym, Santa Cruz and Malakula in the late 1950s. Our client also observed many of the items being used in rituals and rites of passage such as grade ceremonies, others had been in use for many years prior. Many are still wrapped in the original leaves used to protect the artefacts from smoke damage whilst in stored in Nakumal huts only accessible to qualified elders. The collection contains many pieces rarely found in public collections or reference publications and a number that through their precarious and organic modes of construction constitute something of a miracle in that they are intact, testimony to the care and consideration given these artefacts by the collector. The photograph reproduced is from the collector’s extensive photographic archive of historic and personal images and is representative of the types of items in this catalogue and the environment from which they came.

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1073. A fine and rare North Abram secret society ceremonial mask. Made of fernwood, fibre, vegetable paste and spider web. The abstract human face with boar’s tusks issuing from the cheek section, painted in red ochre, black and white mineral pigment with attached smoked finely- meshed spider’s web. The body of a captured beetle retained in the web. The mask in fine condition having been historically wrapped in Pandanus leaf and kept in a Nakumal hut when not in use, 220 x 220mm $1500 – $3000 1074. A rare Vanuatu Malekula Island mask, Nambukie, the abstract human face with broad open mouth with boars tusks issuing from the cheeks, painted in red, black and white mineral pigment and with dot motifs indicating the mask’s use in initiation ceremonies. The mask with an attached finely meshed smoked spider web mounted on a blackened wood staff, 760 x 150mm $1000 – $3000

1076. A rare Malekula island overmodeled skull. Vegetal paste, human skull, spider’s web, cowrie shells and feathers $3000 – $5000

A similar example illustrated in Oceanic Art by Anthony JP Meyer. p.425

1077. Vanuatu Malekula Island Flying Fox figure with fern, vegetable matter and pigment $500 – $1500

A similar example illustrated in Oceanic Art by Anthony JP Meyer, p.426

1075. A Vanuatu interior Malekula island grade society mask, Nambukie, the abstract human face with broad mouth, with boar’s tusks issuing from the cheeks, painted in red, black and white mineral pigment, with attached smoked spider web. Mounted on a bamboo stake. 140 x180mm $1000 – $3000

After the death of an important man of high ranking grade the body was installed on a funerary platform and left to decompose. The skull was then detached and overmodeled with a mixture of vegetable matter, breadfruit sap and other plant juices and the facial features of the deceased reproduced as faithfully as possible. At the conclusion of the various ceremonies the skull was later installed in the Men’s house (Meyer, Oceanic Art p.425)

The Flying Fox, symbolic of death in Malekula island society, was suspended on the funeral platform of an important man of high ranking grade

1078. Rare Vanuatu Malekula Island figure Temes nevimbure, wood, vegetable matter, boar’s tusks and spider’s webs, 1200 x 540mm $3000 – $5000

The figure, painted in red ochre, white mineral pigment, represents one of the young boys during a grade ceremony. Prior to the grade ceremony the boys spend nine months in a small hut away from the village and are visited and taught by village elders in preparation for life as an adult. At the conclusion of the grade ceremonies Temes nevimbure figures were typically destroyed or left to degrade on the forest floor. This rare example, collected in the interior of Malekula Island in the 1950’s, is in fine original condition.

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1079. Santa Cruz Island shell pendant ‘Tema’, tridacna shell, turtle shell and fibre. The large clam shell disc overlaid with turtle shell carved in the form of a stylised frigate bird below fish forms, attached cord with cut shell currency discs, D. 120mm $400 – $800 1080. Santa Cruz Island shell pendant ‘Tema’, gold lipped mother of pearl shell, turtle shell and fibre, the crescent shaped shell overlaid in turtle shell carved in the form of stylised birds with attached cords with cut shell currency discs, W. 140mm $400 – $800 1081. Santa Cruz Island pendant ‘Tema’ tridacna shell, turtle shell, fibre and beads, the large clam shell overlaid in turtle shell with a stylised and fish tail design, pierced to the upper section and lower section with fibre attachment embellished with small red beads, 180 x 130mm $400 – $800 1082. Santa Cruz Island necklace with a golden cowrie shell pierced with attached cord with cut shell discs and with attached dog’s teeth and a carved shell bird $350 – $700 1083. Santa Cruz Island whale’s tooth pendant pierced with attached cord with cut shell currency discs and dogs teeth, L. 450mm $350 – $700 1084. Santa Cruz, Reef Island pendant, tridacna shell, turtle shell, fibre and dog’s teeth, the circular clam shell disc overlaid in cut turtle shell with a stylised fish, pierced and with cut shell currency, fibre and dogs tooth attachments $400 – $800


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1085. A rare 19th century Vanuatu Ambrym Island ceremonial Tam Tam [slit drum] of massive cylindrical form with slit at the centre, the head with pierced nose and disc like eyes, the dentil coiffure framing the face Weathered patina with some degradation of the wood to the upper section and base $8000 – $16000 1086. A collection of various artefacts housed in a colonial cabinet including two Solomon Island fish hooks, Santa Cruz necklace, two Santa Cruz nose ornaments, one small NZ pounamu toki, black adze and white adze (Vanuatu) and a small shell ornament from Vanuatu $800 – $1200 1087. Vanuatu Ambrym Island stone carved talisman figures. The figures used to empower the owner during trade. One figure remains planted in the ground facing in the direction of the village where the trading activity will take place, the other smaller figure worn concealed in the belt to empower the owner during negotiations. $250 – $500 1088. Vanuatu Ambrym Island pig hammer carved with an ancestral head with dentil coiffure, L. 780mm $200 – $400 1089. 19th century Vanuatu Ambrym Island ceremonial food platter, W. 810mm $200 – $400 1090. 19th century Vanuatu Ambrym Island ceremonial food platter with attached fibre & nut dance rattle, W. 760mm $400 – $800 1091. Vanuatu Malekula Island raku fired bowl $50 – $100 1092. 18th century Fijian ula with saw tooth grip (broken to the head section) $250 – $400 1093. A Fijian ceremonial dish carved in the form of a turtle, D. 320mm $300 – $700 1094. A Fijian carved shark hook with attached fibre snood, L. 250mm $1000 – $2000 1095. A rare Papua New Guinea cargo cult shield made from a 44 gallon oil drum. Painted with the face of the phantom and inscribed Phantom vs Evil, 1780 x 850mm $2000 – $3000

The drum was given by an oil tanker driver to ensure safe passage through the New Guinea Highlands. After the oil had been used the drum was flattened and painted to form a shield.

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1098. A late 19th century Kahu huruhuru (feather cloak) with muka kaupapa flax fibre base decorated with Kiwi, weka and pheasant feathers, 1000 x 1240mm Y registration pending $4000 – $8000 1099. An early Taiaha with un-carved tongue and head, L. 1600mm Y6117 $500 – $1000 1100. A Maori ridge back toki (Duff type 4A0), W. 230mm $400 – $800

1096. A Papua New Guinea Mt Hagen hafted adze $200 – $400

1101. A Maori argillite toki, L. 120mm Y 14564 $60 – $100

1097. Papua New Guinea Abelam male spirit figure decorated with ochre and mineral pigment, H. 750mm $200 – $400

1102. A large ko [digging stick] with notching to the lower section of the blade, L. 2030mm $300 – $500 1103. A Maori stone sinker Y09536 $50 – $100

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1104. Fijian Kava bowl $100 – $200 1105. A pair of African carved male and female figures with painted pigment decoration, H. 460mm $100 – $200 1106. Samoan kava bowl raised on thirteen cylindrical legs, D. 430mm $300 – $500 1107. A fine Aboriginal boomerang. Traditional non symmetrical form with painted pigment decoration, L. 900mm $250 – $400 1108. An Aboriginal Nulla Nulla war club L.1000mm $350 – $500


African Art 1109. A Tanzania Haya mask with pierced oval mouth below a broad nose framed by pieced oval eyes with vertical scarification to the checks, H. 330mm $600 – $800

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1110. A good Tchokwe pwo mask with oval face with open pierced mouth baring teeth beneath oval eyes and with scaification to the forehead and checks, wearing a vegetal fibre net embellished with beads $1000 – $2000 1111. A Good Fang mask with an oval facial plane and with protruding mouth and aquiline nose framed by close set pierced eyes and expressive arching brows, covered in a layer of kaolin, H. 580mm $1000 – $2000 1112. African Neckrest (nyepeikju) $400 – $600 1113. African Neckrest (nyepeikju) $400 – $600 1114. Neckrest (nyepeikju) $300 - $500 1115. Three ceremonial spears complete with scabbards $200 – $300

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1116. Ceremonial sword complete with leather sheath $100 – $200 1117. Ceremonial sword complete with leather sheath $100 – $200 1118. Ivory thumb eggs for dance (nyekaboboat) $100 – $200

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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 41 New Collectors Art 1 March 2011

The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection & Decorative Arts 2 March 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.

The Arts of the Samurai & Oceanic Artefacts 3 March 2011

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New Collectors Art Artists Index Albrecht, Gretchen  141, 142, 165 Baloghy, George  74 Barker, David  154 Binding, Wellesley  48, 49 Boroughs, Justin  177, 178 Braunias, Mark  45 Brookes, Maurice  225 Brown, Nigel  116 Bryant, Michele  30 Buchanan, Dean  223, 224 Buckland Wright, John  204 Burnett, Tom  70, 71 Bustin, Debra  61 Cane, Chris  26, 27 Chance, George  31, 32, 33, 34 Chapman, Paul   58 Chilcott, Gavin  2, 19, 21, 22, 28, 35, 43, 44 Clark, Nobby  232 Cleavin, Barry  75, 98, 99, 102 Cliarmont, Philip  150, 219 Cole, Ruth  129 Cotton, Shane  163, 164 Crook, Gordon  209 Dalgarno, Roy  101 Dashper, Julian  89 Dibble, Paul  97 Driver, Don  91.1 Elliott, Thomas  107 Ellis, Meighan  54 Ellis, Robert  183 Esplin, Tom  195 et al.  78 Feu’u, Fatu  222 Fong, Luise  186 Frizzell, Dick  64, 65 George, Darryn  118, 119, 120 Gibson-Smith, Peter  37 Gimblett, Max  81, 87 Good, Roy   79 Gopas, Rudolf  169 Graham, Barbara  57 Greig, Jason  174, 175, 176 Hackett, Peter  140 Haffern, Gail  155 Hammond, Bill and Chilcott, Gavin  3, 4, 5 Hammond, Bill  51 Hanly, Pat  143, 208 Harris, Jeffrey  6, 66, 149, 159, 160, 173

Hartigan, Paul  182 Heaphy, Chris  41 Helmore, Des  47 Hemer, Andre  90, 91 Henderson, Louise  185 Honour, Basil  170 Hotere, Ralph  151, 152, 180 Huddlestone, W.   130 Hughes, Sara  83 Humphries, Clive  60 Hurley, Gavin  148 Illingworth, Michael  146  Jansen, Monique  53 Karaka, Emily  171 Killeen, Richard  114 Knight-Turner, Dennis  145  Lane, Tony  38, 46, 55 Lanting, Hans  194 Larkin, Peata  121 Lee-Johnson, Eric  230 Lloyd, Trevor  210 Maddox, Allen  50 Matheson, Clare  86 Maughan, Karl  85 McCormack, Thomas Arthur  211, 213, 214 McIvor, Lois  158 McLeod, Rob  199 McPhee, Charles  123, 124, 125, 126 McWhannell, Richard  94, 216 Millar, Judy  82 Miró, Joan  36 Mitchell, Smantha  167, 205 Moffitt, Trevor  108, 109 Moon, Nic  207 Moore, Henry  220 Muir, Janet  192 Murado, Antonio  42 Noble, Anne  189 Page, Dugald  212, 228, 229 Palmer, Stanley  73, 110, 157, 179, 197 Parekowhai, Michael  92 Pearson, Robert  17 Peryer, Peter  7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 190 Pick, Seraphine  88 Pickmere, Alison  134 Pieters, K. F  56 Popplewell, Martin  233 Pule, John  103, 112, 113, 187, 193

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Ramage, Don  231 Ransom, Peter  72 Rastorfer, Lorraine  184 Reed, Bill  188 Reynolds, John  172, 196 Ritchie, June  77 Robinson, Ann  95 Robinson, James   80, 201 Sameshima, Haru  16 Sarich, David  153 Schoon, Theo  122 Scott, Ian  84, 147 Shannon, Marie  1 Shepheard, Carole  62, 67 Shotton Parker, John  181 Siddell, Peter  128 Siddell, Sylvia  138.1 Siebert, Mark  217, 218 Smither, Michael  59, 63, 69, 127, 226 Southon, Zarahn  202, 203 Spencer-Bower, Olivia  215 Stewart, Helen  161 Stichbury, Peter  96 Stringer, Terry  93, 104 Tapper, Garth  111, 168 Thompson, Arthur  227 Tootill, Jon  132 Tricker, Gary  100 Tuck, Barbara  156 Tweedie, Merylyn  15, 52, 191, 206 van Hout, Ronnie  13 Walsh, Alfred  105 Walters, Gordon   115, 162 Watson, Ruth   18, 39, 40 Webb, Marilyn  68, 76, 200 Wheeler, Pete  106 White, A. Lois  144 White, Robin  135, 136, 137, 138 Williams, Fred  221 Winkelmann, Henry  133  Wong, Sing Tai  139 Woods, George  198 Woollaston, Toss  117, 166

Illustrated: lot 560 (Bob Roukema ply armchair), lot 550 (John Chrichton charger), lot 799 (1950’s planter), lot 604 (‘Maori Legend’ wool-pile rug).


New Collectors Art Tuesday 1 March at 6.00pm

The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection of Modern Design and Decorator items Wednesday 2 March at 5.30pm

The Arts of the Samurai from the collection of Harry Pappafloratos Asian Art Oceanic Art from a Private Collection Thursday 3 March at 6.30pm

New Collectors Art, The Douglas Lloyd Jenkins Collection, Art of the Samurai and Oceanic Art  

A+O's first offering of 2011 represents a smorgasboard of New Zealand Art and Oceanic and Asian Antiquities and Artefacts

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