A chic pair of Viennese first Empire period corner consoles.
A Victorian shell pyramid, made from Australian shells, with arched opening.
A rare geographically located lapidary polished sample of fossilized wood from Melton Mowbray in Tasmania, with old collection label, ex Westbury Museum.
Collected c 1900.
Size 18.5cm wide x 12cm high x 9cm deep. Price inc GST $550
‘Interior of the Cave Temple of Indra Sabha at Ellora’
Published London 1826.
Acquatint with original hand colouring from Capt R. M. Grindlay’s ‘Scenery, Costumes and Architecture chiefly on the Western Side of India’. Grindlay’s book was published in serial form from 1826 – 1830 & was one of the most beautiful ever published on India.
Purchased many years ago in Tasmania, original paper size with minor old discolour to title edges.
Frame size. 33cm x 42cm
Print size27.5cm x 36cm
Price inc GST $550
A fine late 17th century Flemish ivory crucifix, beautifully carved to capture the sense of the ivory tusk. The whole now a superb colour and state.
Height o/a 62cm
A related example formerly in the collection of Thomas Hope, similar to the work of Francois Boissuit or Matthieu van Beveren.