THIS EVENT IS NOW OVER. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT ATTENDED THIS UNIQUE EVENT AT LABASSA.
The Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association, in conjunction with the National Trust of Australia present antiques & art of many styles displayed within this outstanding Victorian era mansion and all for sale! All proceeds from the door will be donated to the National Trust.
Gala Previews In two sessions | Thursday 4 May, 6:00 – 7:30 pm & 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
* Limited tickets for Gala Previews so book early to avoid disappointment!
General Admission | Friday 5 & Saturday 6 May, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm | Sunday 7 May, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
* Limited to one entry per ticket
Friday 5 May | 5pm – 6pm | The Highs & Lows of collecting silver | Tony Lewis
After 41 years as a barrister specialising in scientific evidence, Tony brings his forensic experience to bear on collecting silver.
Friday 5 May | 5pm – 6pm | Find your Values: The Golden Age of French Antiques | Tony Venios
Tony Venios of Anton Venoir Interiors, will share his knowledge of fine French antiques, decorative art objects and French interior decoration.
Bookings are essential!
Gala Preview (4 May) Each session $ 25
General Admission (5-7 May) $ 15
Lectures (5 May) Each lecture $ 10
Tickets available online or at the door.
2 Manor Grove, Caulfield North VIC 3161 GET DIRECTIONS
A boutique fair with a difference!
To be held at Labassa, one of Australia’s most outstanding nineteenth century mansions, the emphasis will be placed on the decorative quality of antiques and art, within room settings created to enhance the decorative quality of the items on display.
You will have the opportunity to purchase a treasure from the splendid pieces shown and at the same time appreciate the grandeur of this French Renaissance style mansion with its embossed and gilded wallpapers, stencil work, mahogany panelling and a rare illusionist ceiling.
All participating dealers are members of the Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association who with other experts will also give a number of talks on speciality areas of antique collecting and styles.
Alan Landis Antiques
Royal Crown Derby Superb Covered Vase signed Darlington. Superb Raised Paste Gilding. Circa 1910. Height 31cm.
A tortoise shell & gold mounted 18th century hinged box. Continental, with enamel panel depicting two maidens. The box surrounded by a row of rose cut diamonds.
A settee with two chair backs. Chippendale style, third quarter of the 18th century. Recovered in pale grey fabric.
A French silver gilt shaped box, Paris, 18th century, with hinged cover chased with figures in a stream within rococo scrolls. Charge & discharge marks. Provenance : Christies Geneva, 15th November 1983, Lot 403.
Lafite Fine Silver
A magnificent Queen Anne Britannia Standard silver footed salver or tazza, of comparatively large size, with contemporary arms, Edward Gibbon, London 1705.
Lafite Fine Silver
A very rare Victorian naturalistic silver nutmeg grater, modelled in the form of a nutmeg or mace, the hinged cover opening to reveal a blue steel rasp, by Hilliard and Thomason, Birmingham 1871.
Lafite Fine Silver
A fine George III silver articulated fish vinaigrette, engraved with scales, the hinged head revealing a gilt and pierced grille, John Lawrence, Birmingham 1817.
A large Yorkshire Pearlware pottery baluster coffee pot. Height 28cms. Circa 1790.
A small pottery Pearlware coffee pot decorated with a chinoiserie scene of mother and child in a garden and pagoda to other side. Height 21.5cm. Circa 1790.
Pair of 19th Century turned Treen Bowls. One raised on a pedestal foot 11cms high, 27cm diameter, the other 7cms high, 18.5 cms diameter. Circa 1820.
Woodshed Antiques Brighton’s Billilla Masion. Bayside’s Iconic Property, built in 1878 by Robert Wright. Watercolour, pen and ink, inscribed lower right ‘Drawn By W. Tibbits. 40 Albert St Windsor’.
Australian Antique & Art Dealers Association
PO Box 294 Apollo Bay VIC 3233
03 9576 2275