From Faberge to Galle: Australian Auction Features Amazing Antiques

Lot Number:327 A Russian silver and birch desk rocker blotter, Faberge, workmaster J. Rappaport, 19th century $4,000-6,000
(Courtesy Mossgreen Auctions)

Melbourne, Australia based auction house Mossgreen Auctions will hold a major sale of important international art and antiques at their South Yarra saleroom on Monday the 23rd of April at 6:30pm local time.

For online bidding see:

 

http://www.the-saleroom.com/en-gb/auction-catalogues/mossgreen-auctions

For the full catalogue see:

http://www.mossgreen.com.au/auctions/current.asp?idExhibition=1209019

Sale MA140, A Collection of International Decorative Arts and Antiques

Auction Location:

310 Toorak Road South Yarra 3141

Monday 23 April at 6.30pm

Highlights include:

Lot Number:1
A large Galle red and brown cameo glass lamp base, roses, French, circa 1905
$2,000-4,000

Lot Number:14
A rare frosted glass car mascot, Tete de Paon, by R. Lalique, French, circa 1920
$5,000-8,000

Lot Number:30
Auguste Rodin
A bronze head from the gates of hell, French 19th century
$4,000-6,000

Lot Number:57
An important gold, ivory, plique-a-jour enamel, diamond and sapphire pendant attributed to Lluis Masriera, Barcelona, circa 1910
$10,000-15,000

Lot Number:128
A fine ivory silvered bronze and onyx figure of a flame dancer by Ferdinand Preiss, French, circa 1930
$18,000-25,000

Lot Number:133
A Chinese Imperial quality polychrome enamel and gilt baluster vase with inscription
$20,000-30,000

Lot Number:255
Paul Emile Chabas
Untitled - two naked girls bathing
$15,000-25,000

Lot Number:323
A fine guilloche-enamel silver-gilt and ruby and diamond set case, by Faberge, Russian, circa 1915
$6,000-8,000

Lot Number:327
A Russian silver and birch desk rocker blotter, Faberge, workmaster J. Rappaport, 19th century
$4,000-6,000

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