March 2014

EJ Ainger

Glen Iris home contents an auction highlight

The contents of a Glen Iris home will be the highlight of E.J. Ainger’s weekly sale from 9.30am on Tuesday at 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

The auction features a comprehensive range of retro, French and English furniture and decorative Egyptian iron and marble console tables and garden seats.

Auction goers should be enthused by the number of Persian and tribal rugs and wall hangings, while the sale includes a large quantity of collectibles, good ceramics, plate, glass and crystal, copper and brass, mantel and grandfather clocks.

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Steve Graham Auctioneer

Auction for collector a sign of things to come

Greg Edwards started collecting model steam engines when he was only 13 years old – now he has more than 200, one no bigger than the size of his thumb.

“The largest – a 1920s British Atkinson steam truck – I can sit on,” he explained. “The thumb size model is a miniature oscillating steam engine.”

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Christian McCann Auctions

Hume family home contents an auction drawcard

The house at 49-51 Streeton Crescent, East Ivanhoe was built originally for a member of the Hume family – direct descendants of the explorer Hamilton Hume who around 1824 opened up much of southern New South Wales and Victoria and lends his name to the Hume Highway.

The vendors, who still have the original architect drawings, have asked Christian McCann Auctions to sell the contents on site from midday Sunday March 16.

The auction will comprise the finest quality French, English and Chinese antiques and objet d’art, and Australian art.

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Youngs

Character jugs continue to attract auction goers

Royal Doulton character jugs continue to occupy the glass cabinets of Young’s Auctions saleroom prior to next week’s special sale when some 200 are expected to go under the hammer in a major special sale for the auction house.

The auction will be held from 9.30am on Friday at 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

Antique furniture is another feature – an inlaid leather desk a promising drawcard – and estate jewellery always proves a big attraction.

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Youngs

Royal Doulton jugs, plates and figures to be auctioned over several weeks

The first of a comprehensive collection of Royal Doulton character jugs, plates and figures will be among items to be auctioned from 9.30am Friday at Young’s Auctions 229 Camberwell Road, East Hawthorn.

This vast collection will be auctioned over several weeks to avoid over-burdening the market and devaluing the items involved.

The auction also contains a large collection of Danish retro furniture – including chests, sideboards and leather lounges – and a wide range of traditional landscape art, in particular a New Zealand painting of a young girl standing by a river.

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Leonard Joel

Specialist print auction includes well known artists

A specialist print auction featuring such well known Australian artists as Arthur and David Boyd, Robert Dickerson, Charles Blackman, Criss Canning, Norman Lindsay, Donald Friend and John Olsen is Leonard Joel’s next highlight art auction.

The auction will be held from 11.30am Thursday March 6 at 333 Malvern Road, South Yarra and prints range in estimates from $150 to $40000, depending on the artist and the work.

 

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Mossgreen

Yeend King painting to whet auction goers appetite

The Trespassers by Henry John Yeend King should be a strong attraction for auction goers at Mossgreen’s European and Asian antiques and art sale from 6.30pm on Tuesday March 4.

Born in London on August 21, 1855, Yeend King was an important Victorian genre and landscape artist who began his education as a choirboy.

He continued his schooling at the Philological School before being apprenticed to the glass painters O'Connor's and then to study painting under artist William Bromley.

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EJ Ainger

Decorative French furniture for auction

A range of decorative French furniture and mirrors, English 20th century and retro furniture, collectibles, paintings and graphics will be auctioned from 9.30am Tuesday March 4 at E.J. Ainger Pty Ltd 433 Bridge Road, Richmond.

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Amanda Addams Auctions

A passionate collector walks his treasures to auction

Mike Stoll has been passionate about antiques and art ever since he was a young man – and at various stages of his life he has even made a living from it.

However, he is not your typical antiques and art dealer and, in his early working life in particular, had a somewhat chequered career.

Born in London in 1950, Mike came to Australia aged two – before returning to his home country 14 years later after his mother was tragically killed in a car accident.

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