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The Frank Wheeldon Collection

144 Lot Collection

The Frank Wheeldon Collection comprises the remainder of the late Frank Wheeldon's 18th century porcelain (which was originally offered for sale in 2008) and his silver, furniture, works of art and photographs.

A Fine Early Worcester Polychrome Coffee Cup

A Fine Early Worcester Polychrome Coffee Cup

The majority of the collection of 18th century English porcelain belonging to the late Frank Wheeldon was offered for sale in 2008.

Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood are pleased to have received instruction to sell the remainder of his collection of porcelain as well as his silver, furniture, works of art and photographs.

The porcelain comprises examples from all the major domestic manufactories including Bow, Chelsea, early Worcester, Longton Hall, Derby and others including some Chinese porcelain.

There is a choice selection of what might be called traditional 18th century silver as well as the odd novelty item that will be offered along with a number of Herbert Ponting photographs.

Sale Information

FS29: Two Day Fine Art Sale
Tuesday, 19th January 2016
Wednesday, 20th January 2016

Okehampton Street, Exeter

Lots from the Collection

Lot FS29/14

Lot FS29/14: A Set of Four Edward VII Silver Bon Bon Dishes, Maker James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1901

A set of four Edward VII silver bon bon dishes, maker James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield, 1901 of boat-shaped outline, with pierced sides and beaded rims, each 14cm long, total weight of silver 8.62ozs, cased.

Estimate: £120 - £150
Realised: £140
Lot FS29/47

Lot FS29/47: A Matched Silver Kings Pattern Flatware Service, Various Makers and Dates

A matched silver Kings pattern flatware service, various makers and dates initialled, includes six table knives, five dessert knives, six fruit knives, six odd fruit knives, seven table spoons, fourteen dessert spoons, one soup spoon, six tea spoons, six coffee spoons, two mustard spoons, three sauce ladles, asparagus servers, six odd coffee spoons, total weight of silver 148.29ozs.

Estimate: £1,800 - £2,000
Lot FS29/48

Lot FS29/48: A Set of Six Victorian Silver Kings Pattern Cake Knives and Forks, Maker George Adams, London, 1851

A set of six Victorian silver Kings pattern cake knives and forks, maker George Adams, London, 1851 with filled handles, cased.

Estimate: £80 - £120
Realised: £180
Lot FS29/51

Lot FS29/51: A George III Silver Old English Pattern Soup Ladle, Maker IB, London, 1792

A George III silver Old English pattern soup ladle, maker IB, London, 1792 initialled, 33cm long, 5.220zs. ladle.

Estimate: £80 - £100
Realised: £100
Lot FS29/52

Lot FS29/52: A George II Irish Silver Pointed Old English Pattern Soup Ladle, Maker's Mark Worn, Dublin, 1739

A George II Irish silver pointed Old English pattern soup ladle, maker's mark worn, Dublin, 1739 crested, 35cm long, 6.26ozs.

Estimate: £150 - £180
Realised: £140
Lot FS29/54

Lot FS29/54: A Pair of Victorian Silver Fiddle, Shell and Thread Pattern Serving Spoons, Maker George Adams, London, 1845

A pair of Victorian silver fiddle, shell and thread pattern serving spoons, maker George Adams, London, 1845 initialled, 31cm long, 13.32ozs.

Estimate: £150 - £180
Realised: £320
Lot FS29/55

Lot FS29/55: A Pair of George III Irish Silver Sauce Ladles, Maker John Dalrymple, Dublin, 1793

A pair of George III Irish silver sauce ladles, maker John Dalrymple, Dublin, 1793 with bright cut decorated stems, 17cm long, 3.13ozs.

Estimate: £80 - £120
Realised: £80
Lot FS29/56

Lot FS29/56: A George III Silver Meat Skewer, Maker Thomas Oliphant, London, 1801

A George III silver meat skewer, maker Thomas Oliphant, London, 1801, 33cm long, 3.30ozs.

Estimate: £70 - £90
Realised: £130
Lot FS29/57

Lot FS29/57: A George IV Provincial Silver Serving Spoon, Maker William Woodman, Exeter, 1836

A George IV provincial silver serving spoon, maker William Woodman, Exeter, 1836, initialled, 31cm long, 4.23ozs.

Estimate: £100 - £150
Lot FS29/58

Lot FS29/58: A Pair of William IV Silver Fiddle, Shell and Thread Pattern, Maker William Eaton, London, 1835

A pair of William IV silver fiddle, shell and thread pattern, maker William Eaton, London, 1835 crested, 30.5cm long, 12.02ozs.

Estimate: £150 - £180
Realised: £260
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