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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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226 :: A pair of salts in the form of milk churns, by Griffiths & Singleton, Birmingham 1901 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 Gloucestershir...
Price Achieved: £70.00.

227 :: A cased set of four silver salts with blue glass liners and four spoons, Charles Edwards, London 1882 ...
Price Achieved: £55.00.

228 :: A cased set of four silver salts with blue liners, five salt spoons, and two casters, by G&S Co, Birmingham 1933, the fifth salt missing ...
Price Achieved: £Unsold.

229 :: A Queen Anne silver sugar caster, maker's mark AF, London 1708, straight cylindrical form, central girdle, the pierced bayonet fitting cover with a knop finial, on a raised gadrooned circular foot, 21cmH, 13.1oz ...
Price Achieved: £1000.00.

230 :: A matched pair of silver sugar casters, one by Ann Kersill, London 1747, the other with maker's mark TS, London 1786 (?), circular bellied form, the pierced pull-off cover with a knop finial, on a circular foot, 15cmH, 7.8oz ...
Price Achieved: £Unsold.

231 :: A pair of silver sauce boats, Goldmiths & Silversmiths Company, Birmingham 1923, 8.3oz ...
Price Achieved: £80.00.

232 :: A George III two handled and footed sugar bowl and milk jug engraved and monogrammed JMH, Robert Hennell I, London 1800 and 1801, nt.wt. 18.6ozt ...
Price Achieved: £160.00.

233 :: A silver teapot of oblong form with harp handle and half gadrooned body, H V Pithey & Co, Birmingham 1919, 14.5oz, together with a silver sugar bowl, H V Pithey & Co, Birmingham 1918, 6oz ...
Price Achieved: £150.00.

234 :: A George III silver straight-sided oval tea pot by Hester Bateman, London 1787, with bone finial and loop handle, bright-cut engraved with two oval reserves monogrammed and dated ...
Price Achieved: £440.00.

235 :: A William IV silver teapot of compressed spherical form, Charles Fox II, London 1836, with a wild flower finial to the dome centred cover, the reeded loop handle with acanthus top and scrolling terminal, and ivory spacers, the spout and body chased with foliage and flowers, on four chased a...
Price Achieved: £360.00.

236 :: A silver sugar bowl of compressed cylindrical form, Charles Fox II, London 1835, the twin loop handles with acanthus tops and scrolling terminals, the body chased with flowers and foliage, 12.4oz ...
Price Achieved: £140.00.

237 :: A silver coffee pot, mark's rubbed, Londond 1924, with a rose finial to the dome centred cover, chased with flowers and foliage, on four scrolling feet, 18.5oz ...
Price Achieved: £260.00.

238 :: A silver milk jug, marker's mark W S over H S, London 1922, scrolling acanthus handle, the body chased with flowers and foliage, 12.8oz ...
Price Achieved: £110.00.

239 :: A George III silver teapot, by John Emes, London 1802, of oval form, the body half fluted with Greek key frieze, 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 association with S...
Price Achieved: £200.00.

240 :: A three piece silver tea set by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1936, of oblong form, the teapot with ebonised harp handle and finial, 19.5oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pepys. His ancestor...
Price Achieved: £160.00.

241 :: An early 20th century three piece silver mounted glass condiment set 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.

242 :: A George III silver teapot of oblong form with ebony harp handle, the half gadrooned body below a flat hinged cover, on ball feet, maker's mark W.M, possibly William Bennett, London 1810, 23.4oz ...
Price Achieved: £180.00.

243 :: An ornate silver teapot of oblong form with chased silver handle, the whole chased with foliate scrolling decoration, London 1905, 28.4oz ...
Price Achieved: £250.00.

244 :: A small silver toast rack by Wilson & Sharp Ltd, Birmingham 1934, 1.25oz, together with a silver milk jug, London 1936, 4.4oz ...
Price Achieved: £50.00.

245 :: A pair of George V silver four division toast racks by Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield 1927, 8oz; together with a smaller four division toast rack by Daniel & Arter, Birmingham 1925, 1.4oz ...
Price Achieved: £85.00.

246 :: A pair of George III silver candlesticks by Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London 1765, on squared bases with shell corners and having wrythen stems and detachable sconces ...
Price Achieved: £1450.00.

247 :: A pair of George III silver candlesticks by Thomas Hannam & John Crouch, London 1764, on squared bases with shell corners and having wrythen stems and detachable sconces ...
Price Achieved: £1450.00.

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.

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

250 :: A pair of George III rectangular entree dishes and covers with canted corners and gadrooned edges, the finials modelled as lion heads, by John Scofield, London 1796, 107oz Provenance: from the estate of Elizabeth Pepys-Cockerell, whose husband John was a descendant of the diarist Samuel Pe...
Price Achieved: £1650.00.