Catalogue of old silver, miniatures, etc., also porcelain, bronzes, furniture, etc. First day's sale, valuable historical miniatures and important Georgian silver from Wroxton Abbey, Banbury, forming part of the North heirlooms and sold by the direction of the family, comprising miniatures by Samuel Cooper, John Hoskins, Nicholas Hilliard, Richard Cosway, and Angelica Kauffmann; portraits of Dupley, Third Lord North (founder of Tunbridge Wells and Epsom Spas), Frederick, Lord North (Prime Minister, 1770-82), Thomas Coutts, his wife and daughters, etc.; a silver gilt corporation mace, 1730; a pair of punch bowls, 1734; etc., also old silver, the property of C. D. Yates, Esq.; of Mrs. Dudley Ryder; and of other owners, including an Elizabethan seal-top spoon–an extremely fine Charles II porringer and pair of candlesticks–William III toy-pieces, etc. Second day's sale, porcelain and pottery of English, Chinese, and continental manufacture, including a fine old English dinner service, the property of the Right Hon. Lord Killanin, of Spiddal House, County Galway, Ireland; French and Italian bronzes, and fine old Italian furniture, the property of the Hon. Sir Arthur Peterson (deceased), sold by order of the Public Trustee; old English furniture in walnut and mahogany; oriental rugs, etc., which will be sold by auction by Messrs. Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge (Sir Montague Barlow, K.B.E., LL.D., M.P., G. D. Hobson, M.A. & Major F. W. Warre, O.B.E., M.C.), auctioneers of literary property & works illustrative of the fine arts, at their large galleries, 34 & 35, New Bond Street, W. (1), on Thursday, July 27th, 1922, and following day, at one o'clock precisely

Catalogue de vente

Auteur
Sotheby's
Date
1922
Période
20e siècle
Sujet
Vente. Art. Londres. 1922-07-27
Vente. Céramique. Londres. 1922-07-27
Vente. Mobilier. Londres. 1922-07-28
Collection. Art. North
Collection. Art. Yates, C. D. (esquire)
Collection. Art. Killanin (lord)
Collection. Art. Peterson, Arthur (sir)
Description matérielle
1 vol. (35 p.-[2] f. de pl.) : ill.
Informations bibliographiques
Cote du microfilm : Mfilm 35 1922 07 27 (bobine 185)
Lieu de publication
London
Editeur
Sotheby's ; Riddle, Smith & Duffus
Note
La maison de vente Sotheby, Wilkinson & Hodge, créée par Samuel Baker en 1744, prit le nom Sotheby’s en 1924 et déménagea de Wellington Street pour New Bond Street en 1917
Note de contenu
Contient 327 lots et 2 planches
Note complémentaire
Les noms de Sir Clement Anderson Montague Barlow (1868-1951), Geoffrey Dudley Hobson (1882-1949) et capitaine Felix Walter Warre (1879-1953) apparaissent sur la page de titre en tant qu'associés chez Sotheby's
Langue du document
Anglais
Date de numérisation
2013
Nombre de vues
23
Identifiant numérique
NUM CV07454_19220727
Bibliothèque d'origine
Bibliothèque de l'Institut National d'Histoire de l'Art, collections Jacques Doucet
Corpus
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