Musical instruments, devices and recordings
Brass, Silver plate
395 mm (Length); 160 mm (Diameter)
Place of origin
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Snowshill Manor and Garden, Gloucestershire (Accredited Museum)
Cornet, Pask, London, c.1850. Marked 'Pask, 443 West Strand, London, Maker' on the horn. Brass, silver plated. Three Perinet valves. Later mouthpiece by Hawkes. Also, two crooks, one tuning bit; two mouthpieces, one stamped 'Hawkes 2 model', the other marked 'La Fleur & Son Ltd. Patent London’ and ‘Embre Triangulaire Marie’; a music holder. Additional mouthpiece with screw thread. In notebook no.4, page 4 (1340945.4) Charles Wade refers to: 'Music Room 26. Plated Cornet by Park, London, with accessories in box.'
Given to the National Trust with Snowshill Manor in 1951 by Charles Paget Wade.
Marks and inscriptions
Pask, 443 West Strang, London, Maker
Makers and roles
Wade, 1944: Charles Paget Wade, Contents of Snowshill Manor. Volume 4 First and Second Floor, 1944, page 5