A rae pair of Geo III oval mahogany buckets with flute carved tops. Later copper liners. Prov Sir Sydney Barratt, Summerhill, Staffs
Lot 110
An unusual pair of George III oval mahogany buckets
Sold for £5,250 (US$ 8,815) inc. premium
Auction Details
A rae pair of Geo III oval mahogany buckets with flute carved tops. Later copper liners. Prov Sir Sydney Barratt, Summerhill, Staffs
Lot Details
An unusual pair of George III oval mahogany buckets
The chip carved rims above tapering bodies, with brass banded sides and later ring tamed lion mask handles to the sides, with later copper liners, each 36cm wide, 31cm high, ( 14" wide, 12" high). (2)

Footnotes

  • Provenance: Sir Sydney Barratt, Summerhill, Staffs, later installed at Crowe Hall, Bath, is home from 1961 and thence by descent.

    Sir Sydney Barratt was a distinguished chemist, industrialist and connoiseur. He was an advisor to Churchill's War Cabinet from 1942 to 1944 and played a major part in the development of air warfare, including the 'bouncing' bomb.
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