RICHARD COOKE

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No record of apprenticeship of freedom. Only mark entered as plateworker, 28 June 1799. Address: 29 Carey Street, 14 January 1805. His work, which has survived in reasonable quantity, shows a high standard and he probably supplied one of the leading retailers, Rundell and Co. or Jeffreys, Jones and Gilbert. Most frequently met with are tea-sets and entree-dishes, with some good covered cups of semi-classical inspiration.

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RICHARD COOKE
A Pair of George III Neo Classical Goblets
A pair of George III goblets, London 1801, makers mark of Richard Cooke. Each goblet on a pedestal foot decorated with acanthus leaves and a doub...
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Koopman Rare Art
RICHARD COOKE
A Set of Four George III Antique English Silver Candlesticks
Each having a tapering shaft with four female masks at top and corresponding feet at bottom, a spiral fluted band at shoulder, the circular base wi...
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S J Shrubsole, Corp
RICHARD COOKE
Antique Silver Cream Jug
A good oval flat bottomed Georgian cream jug with half-flute decoration
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Silverman Antiques Ltd
RICHARD COOKE
GEORGIAN GEO. III SILVER TEA POT STAND LONDON 1802
An oval Silver Tea Pot Stand / Tray with an elegant gadroon pattern border. The Teapot stand is on a sturdy oval wooden base. This Teapot stand ...
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John Bull (Antiques) Ltd