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Art Objects - 4
Brass cannon on wooden carriage
A finely modelled bronze group of lizards and frogs supporting porcelain pin dish.
BADA label to base of porcelain
Prisoner of war pieces, Boer War
A rare group of prisoner of war hand made implements, Boer War, circa 1902.
These finely hand worked pieces were made by H.S. Havenga while he was a prisoner of war on St Helena. They consist of a small working plane made of wood and metal, several spoons and needlework tools carved from bone.
Several are inscribed and dated.
Price: $580 (the lot) Incl. GST
Wendts Australian (Silversmiths)
The following fine group of castings and moulds was used by Wendts, the Adelaide Silversmiths during the Nineteenth Century in the manufacture of trophy and presentation pieces.
They were integral in the production of silver presentation Emu Egg groups and are extremely important as they help further the knowledge of the processes undertaken by the working silversmiths of the time. Several of these pieces are illustrated in J.B. Hawkins, Nineteenth Century Australian Silversmiths (Antique Collectors Club, England, 1990) and they have come directly from the collection of Mr Timothy Wendt.
Large Horse - Brass, height 9 cm, illustrated P.92, Australian Silversmiths Vol.2
Price $650 Incl. GST
Greyhound Dog - Lead, height 8.5 cm, illustrated P.93, Australian Silversmiths
Vol.2 - Price
Emu - SOLD
Kangaroo - SOLD
Cow - SOLD
Horse - SOLD
Sheep - Hand carved wax, height 5.5 cm - Price $300 Incl. GST
Sheep - Brass, height 5 cm - SOLD
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