Auction of Fine Arts, Antiques and Collectables

7th November 2013

Cooper Brouard is pleased once again to support Channel Islands Auctions in their forthcoming sale of selected antiques, works of art, collectables and items of Channel Islands interest.

Car registration number 700 is also up for bids among more than 380 intriguing lots including an important collection of ten paintings by Sarah Louisa Kilpack, a watercolour of the Fairies’ Glen at St Germain, Castel by Paul Jacob Naftel,RWS (see above), paintings by Ethel Cheeswright and, more recent, a charming 1985 oil on canvas of the North Show by Sheila Noble.

An oil on board painting by Wouterus Verschuur has a guide price of £2,000 - £2,500 and is one of only 400 or so finished works by the 19th century Dutch artist, many of which are held in Museums, Institutions and private collections around the world.

A German Iron Cross medal is a poignant item alongside a collection of WWII items connected with the Biberach Internment Camp.

There is Lalique glassware, pottery by Clarice Cliff and Moorcroft, a Tiffany platinum, diamond and sapphire ring in its original box and an extremely rare Channel Islands silver communion wine cup with a guide price of £5,000 - £7,000.

This is sure to be another successful and enjoyable event that is open to all and commences at 10am on Saturday 23rd November at The Harry Bound Room in Les Cotils Centre, where there is always plenty of parking.

An on-line link to the full colour auction catalogue is available at  www.channelislandsauctions.com