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400 Luke Adams barrel jug, 17cm height $150 - 250

401 Luke Adams relief moulded ale jug, 21cm height $200 - 300

402 Luke Adams relief moulded bisque ale jug, 22cm height $200 - 300

403 Valentine LaboratORies [Luke Adams] rose bowl, impressed mark, 18cm dia $50 - 100

404 Crown Lynn ribbed spherical vase, fraction 27/9 /3 mark, 19cm height $75 - 150

405 Crown Lynn baluster vase, fraction 13 17/6 & printed marks, 19cm height $50 - 100

406 Briar Gardiner table vase, incised signature & no 119140 to base, 14cm dia $300 - 500

407 John Campbell (Australian) posy pot, incised signature & dated 1933 to base, 10cm height $100 - 200

408 Temuka Potteries earthenware casserole, printed mark, 22cm dia $75 - 150

409 Crown Lynn handpotted float bowl, no 51, tiki mark, 24.5cm dia $100 - 200

410 Crown Lynn candlestick, printed mark, 18cm height $100 - 200

411 Crown Lynn prowling tiger & goat models, 17, 13cm lengths (2) $100 - 200

412 Crown Lynn model of puppy, 17cm height $50 - 100

413 Crown Lynn NZR tea cup & saucer $50 - 100

414 Temuka Potteries NEECO T Lovatt mushroom planter, printed & impressed marks, 20cm length (af) $100 - 200

415 Mirek Smisek for Crown Lynn Bohemia Ware vase, incised mark to base, 13cm height $600 - 1,000

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416 Mirek Smisek salt glaze floor vase c1970s, impressed mark & paper label to base, 53cm height $2,000 - 3,000 LITERATURE: Moyra Elliot & Damian Skinner, Conetendown (Auckland 2009) p. 138. (colour illustration) Note: Smisek depicts the horizon line of the Tararua Range, near his former home in Te Horo in the rim & shoulder of this piece 417 Mirek Smisek salt glaze branch pot, impressed mark & paper label, 51cm height $600 - 1,000

418 Mirek Smisek unglazed planter, impressed mark, 46cm height $400 - 600

419 Mirek Smisek pair salt glaze table lamps, impressed marks, 33cm height (base only) $500 - 800

420 Mirek Smisek pair salt glaze table lamps, impressed marks, 26cm height (base only) $400 - 700

421 Mirek Smisek charger, impressed mark, 39cm dia $300 - 500

422 Mirek Smisek ale jug, impressed mark, 29cm height $200 - 400

423 Mirek Smisek carafe with cane stopper & swing handle, impressed mark, 33cm height $200 - 400

424 Mirek Smisek handled flask with cane stopper, impressed MS mark, 24cm height $150 - 300

425 Mirek Smisek handled flask with cane stopper, impressed MS mark, 24cm height $150 - 300

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426 Mirek Smisek nine piece coffee set comprising of coffee pot, sugar & cream, six mugs, all with impressed marks $200 - 400

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427 Mirek Smisek strap handle jug, impressed mark, 22cm height $100 - 200

428 Mirek Smisek vase, impressed mark, 22cm height $75 - 150

429 Mirek Smisek footed bowl, impressed mark, 13cm height $50 - 100

430 Mirek Smisek salt glaze footed bowl, impressed mark, 15cm dia $75 - 150

431 Mirek Smisek specimen bottle vase, impressed mark, 16.5cm height $50 - 100

432 Mirek Smisek plate & cheese dome, impressed marks, 26cm & 18cm dia $75 - 150

433 Simon Engelhard floor vase, painted mark, 37cm height $100 - 200

434 Paul Fisher large charger, incised mark, 48cm dia PROV: Ex Patti Meads Estate $200 - 400

435 Paul Fisher ovoid vase, incised mark, 26cm height $150 - 250

436 Warren Tippett large vase & cover, paper label to base, 42cm height (tiny rim chip) PROV: Ex Patti Meads Estate $200 - 300

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437 Warren Tippett specimen vase, impressed mark, 25cm height $100 - 200

438 Lawrence Ewing rope handled bottle with cork stopper, paper label, 21.5cm height PROV: Estate of Patti Meads $150 - 250

441 Graeme Storm globular vase, barium glaze, impressed mark, 28cm height $200 - 400

444 Jim Greig unfolding form bowl, incised mark, 18cm maximum width $200 - 400

439 Lawrence Ewing rope handled bottle with cork stopper, paper label, 36cm height PROV: Estate of Patti Meads $200 - 400

442 Jim Greig unfolding form bowl, incised mark, 35cm maximum width $400 - 700

445 Jim Greig bottle vase, incised mark, 24cm height $350 - 550

440 Lawrence Ewing globular vase, incised mark, 27cm height PROV: Estate of Patti Meads $200 - 400

443 Jim Greig turning plane form vase, incised mark, 30cm height (small chip to edge) $500 - 800

446 Jim Greig bottle vase, incised mark, 15.5cm height $200 - 400

447 Jim Greig tile, incised mark, 16cm dia $150 - 250

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448 Roy Cowan hand painted ovoid floor vase, incised mark, 36.5cm height $600 - 1,000

449 Roy Cowan charger, incised mark, 38cm dia $200 - 300

450 Roy Cowan/Grant Tilley charger handpainted by Grant Tilley, incised mark, 42cm dia $100 - 200

451 Juliet Peter floor vase, incised mark, 30cm height $450 - 700

452 Juliet Peter salt glaze model of bull, paper label, 34cm length PROV: Estate of Patti Meads $600 - 1,000

453 Juliet Peter slab vase, incised mark & paper label, 19.5cm height $300 - 500

454 Nicholas Brandon floor pot, iron spotted over rich green glaze, 42cm height $300 - 600

455 Doreen Blumhardt slab sided branch vase, impressed mark & paper label to base, 37cm height $400 - 700

456 Doreen Blumhardt footed vase formed as volcano, impressed mark, 33cm overall dia $250 - 400

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457 Len Castle blossom vase, talc glaze over tenmoku, impressed mark, 57cm height $8,000 - 12,000

458 Len Castle Crum Works magnesium slip, salt glaze bottle vase c1952, impressed marks, 16.5cm height $1,600 - 2,400

459 Len Castle hanging winged form, impressed mark, 32cm length PROV: Ex Patti Meads Estate $500 - 800

460 Len Castle bottle form c. mid 1960s, impressed mark, 30.5cm length (small chip to rim) $400 - 700

461 Len Castle table bowl, impressed mark, 37.5cm dia $500 - 800

462 Len Castle shallow dish, impressed mark, 27.5cm dia $300 - 600

463 Len Castle small shallow dish, impressed mark, 18cm dia (restoration to rim) $150 - 250

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464 Ruth Castle dyed rattan decorative dish, 41cm dia $150 - 250

465 Doris Dutch ‘City’ Part I & II wall hanging in two parts, incised signature, title & dated 1980, 48cm length $250 - 400

466 Anneke Borren table bowl, painted mark, 32.5cm dia $100 - 200

467 Anneke Borren table bowl, painted mark, 31cm dia $100 - 200

468 Harry & May Davis (Crewenna Pottery) storage jar, impressed mark, 24cm height $100 - 200

469 Barry Brickell deep table bowl, impressed mark, 29cm dia $150 - 300

470 Flora Christeller spherical vase, hole to base for lamp conversion, 34cm height $100 - 200

471 Flora Christeller long stem specimen vase, 35cm height $100 - 200

472 Susan & Stephen Kemenffy USA Raku ceramic panel, etched signature & dated ‘88, 86cm maximum length PROV: Estate of Patti Meads $250 - 450

473 Katie Gold conical vessel, applied plaque with signature, 48cm height $200 - 300

474 Katherine Smythe coil built stoneware vase, inscribed with signature, 48cm height (star crack to base) $200 - 400

475 Peter Collis ‘collapsing form’ porcelain vase, signature to base, 22cm height PROV: purchased Avid Gallery, Wellington 2012 $500 - 800

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476 Ann Robinson set of six handblown glass flowers, red bowls with clear glass stamens & stems together with handblown clear glass vase. Flowers 35cm length each approx, 15cm head width with email of authentification from the artist $6,000 - 10,000

477 Sue Hawker Too Much is Never Enough pate de verre vase, 50cm height, 25cm width Note: this vase was awarded the Ranamok Australasian Glass Award 2010 $1,500 - 2,500

478 Kathryn Wightman ‘Posy 2013, nine colour separation, sifted & sintered glass on kilm formed sheet base, 43 x 33cm, in orginal packing case $600 - 1,000

479 Tony Kuepfer Branches frosted grey cast glass sculpture, etched initials & dated ‘89, 36cm base length $500 - 800

480 Nicole Lucas two cast glass stoppered jars, etched signature & dated 2001, 21cm, 15.5cm heights (both af) $100 - 200

481 Garry Nash tinted aqua blue glass decanter, etched signature, 31cm height $150 - 300

482 Garry Nash tinted ruby glass decanter, 26cm height $150 - 300

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483 John Middleditch (1906-87) Crab (#678) copper sculpture stamped signature, numbered and dated ‘Middleditch/ 678 1985’ on applied plaque 55 cm height overall, 28cm base width $3,000 - 5,000

484 John Middleditch (1906-87) Tortoise (#654) copper sculpture stamped signature, numbered and dated ‘Middleditch/ 654 1983’ on applied plaque; signed and inscribed with title to base 21cm height, 42cm length, 22.5cm width $2,000 - 3,000 PROVENANCE purchased directly from the artist by scrap metal agent, who Middleditch sourced materials from for this sculpture

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485 MICHEL TUFFERY Laumei copper wall hanging sculpture signed and dated ‘MICHAEL TUFFERY 2007’ to underside 47cm maximum length, 52cm width, 10cm depth $2,000 – 4,000


486 Theo Janssen (b 1934) Bull cast bronze sculpture on slate & wooden base, ltd ed 4/12 incised with signature to rear hoof 42.5cm length, 23cm width (to base), 28cm height $1,000 - 2,000

487 Theo Janssen ‘Male/Female’ Takaka marble sculpture in two parts, 40cm, 39cm height $600 - 1,000

488 Jenny Patrick ‘City & Suburb’ bracelet & ring set, joined by chain, sterling silver with greenstone inserts & gold highlights, impressed mark $1,000 - 1,500

489 Owen Mapp marine ivory carved pendant, incised initials, 8cm length $250 - 450

PROVENANCE Ex Academy of Fine Arts Collection

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artist I N D E X PART 1 A Angus, Rita 31 B Binney, Don 22 Black, Dorrit Foster 13 Blomfield, Charles 49 Brown, Helen 18, 19 C Cross, Mark 63 D Day, Melvin 55, 62 Dibble, Paul 14 Drawbridge, John 17 E Ellis, Robert 38 Esplin, Tom 68 F Fristrom, C E 47, 48 H Hanly, Pat 11, 12, 26, 27 Harris, Jeffrey 36 Hayman, Patrick 1-4 Hodgkins, Frances 29 Hotere, Ralph 5, 6, 8 Hoyte, John Barr Clarke 52 L Lee, Jae Hoon 16 Lusk, Doris 59, 60 M MacLeod, Euan 20 McCracken, Francis 57 McIntyre, Peter 39-44 Moffitt, Trevor 21 Mortimer, Roger 15

V Van der Velden, Petrus 50 W Walters, Gordon 7, 25 Wheeler, Colin 69 White, Robin 9, 10 Williams, Mervyn 37 Wong, Brent 23 Woollaston, M. Tosswil 24, 61

PART 2 A Aubrey, Christopher attributed 266 B Baker, W G 256 Badcock, Douglas 217-219 Badcock, John 352 Barrar, Wayne 314-316 Barraud, C D after 265 Beadle, Peter 220, 358 Bidwell, Bridget 323 Binney, Don 290 Blair, Philippa 320 Boelee, Rudolf 325 Boroughs, Justin 363 Bragge, James 396 Brown, Ion 368,369 Brown, Nigel 348 Brown, Peter 366 C Cairncross, Sam 226-229 Chagall, Marc 375 Cowan, Roy 248, 249 Crabb, Helen 242, 243, 349 Crippen, Jack 355 Crook, Gordon 286

D Dagley, Arthur 319 Deans, A Austen 221, 222, 350 Dean, Frank 379, 380 R de Sainson, Louis 274 Richmond, Dorothy Kate 45, 46 de Vel, Gaston 224, 225, 364, Robinson, Peter 35 365 Robley, Horatio Gordon 51 Drawbridge, John 287, 288 Dutch, Ted 289 S Seymour, Ava 34 E Siddell, Peter 58 Ellis, Robert 204 Smither, Michael 28, 65 Esplin, Tom 361, 362 Stewart, Helen 56 Evans, Jane 346 Sydney, Grahame 32 P Page, Evelyn 30 Pule, John 33

T Thompson, Sydney Lough 53, 54 Trusttum, Philip 66, 67 Tuffery, Michel 64

F Ford, John Bevan 304 Frizzell, Dick 211-214 Fristrom, C E 255

G Gross, Frank 382-387 Gully, John 275 H Hamlin, Ian 359 Hanly, Pat 201 Hardy, Thomas Bush 283 Hart, Kevin Charles ‘Pro’ 318 Hartigan, Paul 324 Hemmings, Steven 328 Hill, Mabel 257, 258 Ho, Ben 353 Howorth, C H 253, 254 I Illingworth, Michael 200 J Jarrett, William H 268 Jenkinson, Megan 313 K Kelly, Clive 327 Killeen, Richard 215 L Lee-Johnson, Eric 235-237 Leenards, Gerda 326 Leibovitz, Annie 310 Lewer, Richard 311 Lloyd Henry G 267 Loxton, John 356 Lye, Len after 312 M MacDiarmind, Douglas 334 MacFarlane, Quentin 317 McCormack, T A 260 McFarlane, Shona 341, 342, 351 McIntyre, Simon 321, 322 Maddox, Allen 310a Mayo, Eileen 244 Messenger, A H 270-273 Mitchell, Leonard 360 Moore, R P 388-395

R Ratana, Aimee 306-309 Rhys, Oliver 280 Richmond, D K 262, 276, 277 Richmond, J C 278, 279 Ritchie, Ross 203 Roberts, Glenda 337-340 Robinson, Ann 476 Ryan, Thomas Darby 263-264 S Savage, Cedric 230-234, 367 Sedgwick, M Frederick 281 Smither, Michael 205-210, 370-374 T Tawhaio, Tracey 305 Taylor, E Mervyn 247 TeWaru-Rewiri, Kura 301303 Tuffery, Michel 293-300 U Unknown 282, 397 W Watson, R B 223 Webb, Marilynn 331-333, 378 Weeks, John 238 Wright, Frank 269 Welch, Nugent 259 White, Robin 239 Wong, Brent 240, 241 Woods, George 250-252 Woollaston, Toss 202, 347

PART 3 A

Adams, Luke 400-403 B

N Nicoll, Archibald 261, 285 Notman, Geoffrey 335, 336

Blumhardt, Doreen 455, 456 Borren, Anneke 466, 467 Brandon, Nicholas 454

O O’Brien, Gregory 291, 292

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P Palmer, Stanley 329, 330, 376, 377 Pannka, Claude 357 Paul, Janet 343-345 Peter, Juliet 245, 246 Pilsbury, Wilmot C 284 Ponder, Richard 354

Brickell, Barry 469

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Engelhard, Simon 433 Ewing, Lawrence 438-440 F

Fisher, Paul 434, 435 G

Gardiner, Briar 406 Gold, Katie 473 Greig, Jim 441-447 H

Hawker, Sue 477

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Janssen, Theo 486, 487

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Kemenffy, Susan & Stephen 472

Kuepfer, Tony 479

L Lucas, Nicole 480 M Mapp, Owen 489 Middleditch, John 483, 484 N

Nash, Garry 481, 482 P

Patrick, Jenny 488 Peter, Juliet 451-453 S Smisek, Mirek 415-432 Smythe, Katherine 474 Storm, Graeme 441 T

Temuka Potteries 408, 414 Tilley, Grant 450

Tippett, Warren 436, 437 W

Wightman, Kathryn 478

Campbell, John 407

Castle, Len 457-463 Castle, Ruth 464 Christeller, Flora 470, 471 Collis, Peter 475 Cowan, Roy 448-450 Crown Lynn 404, 405, 409413, 415 D

Davis, Harry & May 468 Dutch, Doris 465

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HIGHLIGHTS 2017 • ANTIQUE • militaria

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1 Geo III S/S Lidded Tankard • $4,000 2 Suite of Six S/S Candlesticks by John Watson • $23,450 3 Late C19th Pair Minton Tiles • $6,400 4 Early C19th Hei Tiki • $13,000 5 Whitefriar Glass Collection • $20,000 6 C13th Biblia Sacra Latina • $101,000 7 Royal Hawaiian Lei Hulu • $37,000 8 Samuel Henry Staudenmayer, London Cased Flintlock Duelling Pistols • $19,000 9 Japanese Meiji Period Bronze & Ivory Figure • $11,000 10 Vict S/S Coffee & Tea Set • $4,700 11 Royal Doulton Flambe Sung Vase • $4,100 12 Royal Worcester Twin Handle Vase • $8,700 13 Moorcroft Moonlit Blue Large Vase • $15,500 14 Geo III Bracket Clock by Charles Goodal • $4,700 15 Platinum Solitaire Diamond Ring • $52,700 16 Platinum Three Stone Diamond Bridge Ring • $25,800 17 14ct three Stone Sapphire & Diamond Ring • $5,000 18 18ct Five Stone Diamond Bridge Ring • $16,000 19 Audemars Piguet 18ct Gents Wrist Watch • $4,700 20 NZ Colonial Gold Brooch & Earring Set • $103,000 21 S/S Greenstone Handled Trowel • $8,600 22 Early C20th Amethyst & Diamond Brooch • $3,100 23 Single Strand Cultured Pearl Necklace • $1,900 24 9ct Mounted Dog Claw Brooch Dog ‘Scots Exped 1911-12’ • $10,000 25 NZ 15ct & Opal Brooch • $6,600 26 Australian 22ct Miner Brooch • $35,000 FINE ART

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10 GOTTFRIED LINDAUER Chief Renata Kawepo • $227,000 11 C F GOLDIE The Widow Ngaheke Perira te Kahikura • $240,000 12 C F GOLDIE Tamehana [1900] • $323,000 13 GRAHAME SYDNEY Silverton • $113,600 14 DON BINNEY Donald McLean Westward • $37,000 15 JULIET PETER Hill of Houses • $8,300 16 ROBIN WHITE Florence with Harbour Cone • $18,000 17 EVELYN PAGE Portrait of Dr Diana Mason • $62,000 FINE ART

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OVERSEAS BIDDERS MUST COMPLETE THIS SECTION and provide photographic proof of id - passport or driviers licence together with proof of address - utility bill, bank or credit card statment etc. Failure to provide this may result in your bids not being processed. For higher value lots you may also be asked to provide a bank reference. Please provide your credit card details. Alternative methods of payment can be arranged if successful, however we still require this information. NOTE Individual bids registered by overseas bidders must be over $500 in individual value Cardholder Name Card Number

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PLEASE DOUBLE CHECK YOUR BIDS AND READ TERMS BELOW Please submit your bid as early as possible. In the event of identical bids, the earliest will take precedence. 'Buy' bids are not accepted. The limit you leave should be the amount to which you would bid if you were to attend the Sale. Alternative bids can be placed by using the word 'OR' between Lot Numbers. Buyers are reminded that there is a 17% buyer’s premium on the hammer price plus GST on the premium. See conditions of sale.

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DUNBAR SLOANE

Studio Pottery & Applied Art  

11 & 12 April 2018 Dunbar Sloane Wellington

Studio Pottery & Applied Art  

11 & 12 April 2018 Dunbar Sloane Wellington

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