EJ Ainger

EJ Ainger

Taxidermy and wrought iron an auction goer

Several large taxidermy pieces are a highlight of E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming auction from 9.30am Wednesday June 13 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Wrought iron garden furniture is another attraction including two garden gazebos, arbours, benches and gates.

There also is a large selection of wrought iron balustrades and architectural pieces, along with wrought iron planters and wrought iron and marble buffets and side tables.

The auction contains large wooden and cast iron courtyard doors and wooden planter shutters.

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A decorative auction that will spark the interest

Decorative pieces and quality furniture are the hallmark of E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming auction from 9.30am Tuesday May 15 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

An impressive John Campbell vase (lot 505a) is the leading highlight but a pair of Lalique candleholders (lot 540) also is expected to attract plenty of attention.

For those collectors of artefacts, a large and impressive New Guinea mask and other tribal items will give them something to think about.

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Exquisite auction items from deceased estates and private collections

Paintings, furniture and other collectables from deceased estates and private household consignments are the major drawcards for E.J. Ainger’s special sale over two days from 11am Saturday April 28 and Sunday April 29 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

These are bound to appeal to collectors, connoisseurs and home decorators.

A stately Toorak mansion has provided most of the paintings including works by notable Australian artists Ethel Carrick Fox, Emanuel Phillips Fox, Ernest Buckmaster, Tom Roberts, Henry Gritten, Charles Conder and Rick Amor.

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Grandfather clocks lead Melbourne auction billing

A collection of grandfather clocks leads the billing at E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming auction from 9.30am Tuesday April 10 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

The auction features a fine selection of retro teak sideboards (lot 732), a teak sliding door bookcase (lot 531) and nests of tables (lot 736).

An attraction for musicians is a Yamaha walnut cased piano and stool (lot 744) – while a French style gilt wood and marble top console table and mirror (lot 600) should bring plenty of attention along with a French cherry wood parquetry top buffet (lot 675).

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Buyers chase fine auction furniture

Items from two Melbourne homes in Camberwell and Malvern are among the highlights of E.J. Ainger’s weekly auction from 9.30am Tuesday March 27 at433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Furniture includes a fine Victorian walnut fold over card table (lot 685), a Victorian walnut double-ended settee (lot 686) and a Victorian walnut gentleman’s chair in matching upholstery (lot 698).

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A French Henry II court cabinet goes to auction

A variety of teak sideboards (lot 747), dining tables and chairs (lot 777), nests of tables (lot 762) and coffee tables (lot 763) are among the highlights for E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming fortnightly auction from 9.30am Tuesday March 20 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

An ornately carved French Henry II walnut court cabinet (lot 802) is another strong attraction, along with an impressive black and gold French style sideboard (lot 742).

Other worthwhile items include a green painted fern back cast iron garden bench (lot 722) and several queen sized beds (lot 684).

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Wrought iron furniture an auction gift for the home

A large consignment of impressive wrought iron garden furniture and décor is the highlight of E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming fortnightly auction from 9.30am Tuesday March 6 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

The consignment includes a massive iron garden gazebo, iron garden arbors, benches and gates, and wrought iron balustrades and architectural pieces.

Also on offer are wrought iron planters, wrought iron and marble buffets and side tables, large wooden and cast iron courtyard doors, outdoor iron chandeliers and iron and glass lanterns, and wooden plantation shutters.

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Georgian furniture leads Melbourne auction charge

A fine selection of Georgian furnishings including a coffer, six elm Windsor chairs, an oak Bible box and an impressive kitchen dresser are among highlights for E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming auction from 9.30am Tuesday February 20 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

The furniture range at this auction is comprehensive and includes an Edwardian walnut two-door secretaire bookcase with fitted interior, an early Victorian flame mahogany four-door sideboard and a fine mahogany two-door bookcase.

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Stone table and chairs lead the auction furniture charge

A set of stone outdoor tables and chairs from a stately home in Harcourt Street, Hawthorn is among the highlights of E.J. Ainger’s opening auction for 2018. It joins particularly fine items from several Melbourne homes and estates to go under the hammer from 9.30am Tuesday February 6 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Featured items include a strong selection of English and French bookcases including a quality secretaire.

Other furniture items of note include a dining room table, leather top twin pedestal desks and a massive Edwardian sideboard.

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Opal mine company coughs up its auction treasures in time for Christmas

It could be the ideal Christmas gift for a special loved one – superb opal jewellery from the Melbourne Opal Mine that is part of E.J. Ainger’s forthcoming weekly sale from 9.30 Tuesday December 19 at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

An even more unusual gift idea is the collection of Aboriginal didgeridoos and Papua New Guinea Sepik River items.

Architectural pieces and industrial furnishings, including glazed French doors, are other attractions in the weekly auction, which also comprises the usual array of French, English and Australian furniture.

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