Artwork available for purchase will include pieces by Robert Dickerson, Hans Heysen, Kathleen O'Connor and Robert Juniper, as well as Aboriginal art and a collection of 19th up to mid-20th century British and European artworks.
The featured artwork, Lot 9 by Robert Dickerson, is a large depiction of a couple in a taxi and has an estimated value of $20,000 - $30,000.
Jewellery is a major component of this action and will include a large selection of precious stones including emeralds, sapphires, rubies, pearls and of course diamonds. There will also be a number of watches available including a ladies diamond Rolex.
Diamonds certainly are a girl's best friend at this auction, with rings featuring individual diamonds up to 6 carats, down to less than one carat, with all sizes in between.
Being estate jewellery for genuine sale, the variety is huge and the so is the discount from their valuations. Each item submitted to McKenzies for sale is carefully selected for quality and value. Many items on offer come with the seller's independent insurance valuation, providing a detailed description and a full retail replacement price.
There will also be antique and collectable furniture as well as other collectables on offer. Featured items include:
Last but certainly not least there will be a collection of Russian Faberge style items available as well as other antique silver items.
Pre-auction viewing will be held on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th of March from 11am-4pm and on Monday 19th March 11am-5.30pm.
The Auction will take place on Tuesday 21st March from 6pm.
To view the entire illustrated catalogue with estimated auction prices, visit www.mckenziesauctioneers.com.au
Telephone or absentee bids can be arranged by contacting McKenzies Auctioneers on (08) 9385 4180 or emailing on email@example.com