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16th May 2019 Fine Art and Antiques

Sale Catalogue

Featured Lots

450 :: Dame Laura Knight RA, RWS, RE, RWA, PSWA, DBE (1877-1970), The Bathing Pool, gouache on paper, signed and dated lower right 'Laura Knight '12', 45.5x66cm. Provenance: the painting was purchased by the vendor...
Price Achieved:
£36000.00.

94 :: A fine Gentleman's 18ct Gold Pasha de Cartier BRACELET Watch CIRCA late 1990s, REF 2392, ENGINE TURNED SILVER DIAL, APPLIED ARABIC NUMERALS, SWORD HANDS, DATE APERTURE. Cartier box. *Weight gross 156g. Movement: 27J, automatic, cal 191. Case: Diameter approx 39mm, rotating bezel, sapphir...
Price Achieved:
£4500.00.

551 :: A George I carved walnut side chair with upholstered back and stuffover seat on cabriole legs, foliate carved knees and paw feet Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long associati...
Price Achieved:
£4100.00.

477 :: Attributed to William Verelest. Portrait of John Cockerell, three-quarter-length, in blue coat with gun dog and dead game, a landscape beyond, an old paper backing with inscriptions en verso, oil on canvas, 125x99cm Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a ...
Price Achieved:
£4000.00.

249 :: A pair of George III silver candlesticks, by John Scofield, London 1796, the separate bob...
Price Achieved:
£3400.00.

248 :: A pair of George III silver candlesticks, by John Scofield, London 1796, the separate bobeches with gadrooned edge, on cylindrical stems, each decorated with bands of acanthus leaves, on circular foot, the foot and bobeche crested, 32.5cmH Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cocke...
Price Achieved:
£3250.00.

446 :: Doug Hyde (b.1972), On Top of the World, pastel, signed lower left, inscribed by the artist to verso 'I wish all who see this much happiness, smiles and may it let you drift away to feel on top of the world, best wishes, Doug Hyde', 49.5x36.5cm Provenance: purchased by the vendor fro...
Price Achieved:
£3200.00.

18 :: A 18ct gold Boodles diamond bracelet, approx 3ct of diamonds ...
Price Achieved:
£3000.00.

445 :: Mary Fedden OBE RA (British, 1915-2012), Resting cat, watercolour and collage on hand-made paper, signed lower right 'Fedden 1985', 20x23cm ...
Price Achieved:
£3000.00.

466 :: Follower of Van Dyck, 18th century, The Mocking of Christ, oil on canvas. Probably painted from a print, being the mirror image of Van Dyck's Mocking of Christ in the Princeton University Art Museum. Christie's stock numbers in chalk to stretcher. Provenance: purchased at Christie's and th...
Price Achieved:
£2600.00.

 

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175 :: An early 17th century brass and oak barometer, naively with eagle cresting. Brass plates with Roman numerals above barometer with acorn finial. Bears base plate 'L While's, 1627, Ilkeston', 81cmH Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descend...
Price Achieved: £Unsold.

176 :: An oak long case clock by George Eveleigh of Beaminster, bras dial with Roman numerals and date aperture, decorated with brass spandrels, 196cmH ...
Price Achieved: £500.00.

177 :: A crested Fiddle pattern silver ladle, by George Adams for Chawner & Co, London 1871, 9oz ...
Price Achieved: £100.00.

178 :: A small collection of silver spoons, including an Irish silver fiddle pattern spoon by Samuel Neville, Dublin 1830; a fiddle pattern silver spoon by William Pope, Exeter 1841, monogrammed and embellished, an Old English pattern spoon monogrammed and embellished, by Josiah Williams & Co, London 18...
Price Achieved: £40.00.

180 :: A pair of silver George III fiddle and thread sauce ladles by Paul Storr, London 1817, inscribed for the 2nd R.V. Battalion, 3.95oz ...
Price Achieved: £260.00.

181 :: A pair of Scottish silver George IV king's pattern sauce ladles, makers mark WC over PC, Glasgow 1833, together with a pair of teaspoons, by David Crichton Rait, Glasgow 1729, and one other king's pattern salt spoon, 4.5oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose...
Price Achieved: £40.00.

182 :: A pair of bird claw salad servers, by George Aldwinckle, London 1928 (one handle missing), 7.8oz ...
Price Achieved: £75.00.

183 :: A set of 12 Scottish silver George IV King's Pattern forks, by William Cunningham, Edinburgh 1829, 25.4oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in G...
Price Achieved: £200.00.

184 :: A set of eight Scottish silver George IV king's pattern spoons, makers mark WC over PC, Glasgow 1826, 18.4oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in G...
Price Achieved: £150.00.

185 :: A set of 18 Old English pattern forks, marks rubbed, possibly London 1745, together with three matched larger forks, 47oz (21) Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long associa...
Price Achieved: £400.00.

186 :: A set of 11 crested Old English pattern silver teaspoons, maker's mark W.C, London 1819, 8.6oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in Glouceste...
Price Achieved: £130.00.

187 :: A set of seven crested Old English pattern silver desert spoons, London 1780 (?), 7.8oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in Gloucestershire ...
Price Achieved: £160.00.

188 :: An Old English pattern part dinner service, the terminals monogrammed 'JEPC', to include forks (7), desert spoons (6), desert forks (8), and a pair of sauce ladles (2), fish knives (2), and pickle fork, by Garrard & Co Ltd, London 1967, 46.5oz; together with 11 stainless and bone handled knive...
Price Achieved: £380.00.

189 :: A set of six silver and bone handled fruit knives and forks, by Garrard & Co Ltd, Sheffield 1967, the handles monogrammed 'JEPC' Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long as...
Price Achieved: £75.00.

190 :: A set of 13 silver Old English pattern desert forks, the underside of the terminals crested, by George Smith (III) & William Fearn, London 1829 and 1830; together with two others, maker's mark R.P, London 1820, 15oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose h...
Price Achieved: £200.00.

191 :: Four George III silver Old English pattern sauce ladles, maker's mark RC, London 1785, 6.3oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with Sezincote in Gloucestershire ...
Price Achieved: £130.00.

192 :: A set of 12 silver fiddle and thread pattern table forks, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1807, 34oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long associ...
Price Achieved: £300.00.

193 :: A set of six silver fiddle and thread pattern table spoons, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1807, 16.1oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long ass...
Price Achieved: £Unsold.

194 :: A set of 12 silver fiddle and thread pattern desert spoons, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1807, 16.8oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long as...
Price Achieved: £160.00.

195 :: A set of 12 Victorian silver crested fiddle and thread pattern table forks, 11 by George Adams, London 1870, one by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1807, 18.8oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the dia...
Price Achieved: £220.00.

196 :: Two George III silver crested fiddle and thread pattern serving spoons, by William Eley, William Fearn & William Chawner, London 1807, 9.4oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long as...
Price Achieved: £130.00.

197 :: A set of four Scottish silver coffee spoons, by Norah Creswick, Edinburgh 1950, the scrolling terminals set with gemstones Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestors had a long association with...
Price Achieved: £40.00.

198 :: Ten silver Hanoverian pattern forks (four larger, six smaller), together with a matching silver sppon, the reverse of the terminal engraved 'Nursery', Asian hallmarks, 19.6oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. Hi...
Price Achieved: £150.00.

199 :: A set of silver Hanoverian pattern flatware by Searle & Co, London 1930, to include soup spoons (12), spoons (7), forks (10), fruit forks (6), and three serving spoons 69oz; together with six large and six small Hanoverian pattern knives with steel blades by William Comyns & Sons Ltd, London 1...
Price Achieved: £650.00.

200 :: A set of seven George IV silver fiddle pattern table forks, crested, by William Eley & William Fearn, London 1823 ...
Price Achieved: £Unsold.