Sotheby’s try to sell a Pendock relic

Sotherby USA were hoping to sell the following item that is believed to be linked to Pendock Barry. It was put up for sale by a New York based English furniture dealer in 2014 but did not sell. It’s still available for something between  £12,470 and £18,710 if anyone is interested!

Sotheby’s Kentshire: A Legendary Cllection
New York | 18 Oct 2014, 10:00 AM | N09211

LOT 255
A GEORGE II GILTWOOD AND GILT-GESSO PIER MIRRORCIRCA 1740
the cartouche depicting the coat of arms of Neale, quartering Barry and Pendock.
height 4 ft. 6 1/2 in.; width 31 1/2 in.
138.4 cm; 80 cm
ESTIMATE 20,000-30,000 USD
PROVENANCE
Possibly the Pendock Neale Family, Tollerton Hall, Nottinghamshire
CATALOGUE NOTE
The arms on the mirror are early 19th c. in style (circa 1800-1815) for Neale quartering Barry and Pendock with a crescent for difference. A hatchment for St. Peter’s Church, Tollerton, Nottinghamshire shows the arms to be for Pendock Neale of Tollerton Hall. He married his cousin Susanna, the daughter of Rev, Thomas Neale of Thimbleby, Lincolnshire. Tollerton Hall (once known as Roclaveston Manor) was substantially modernized about 1787 by
Pendock Neale who also funded the major re-design and enlargement of St. Peter’s Church circa 1812. The renovations included ejection of the medieval font (later reinstated) and construction of a mausoleum for Neale’s wife, and also a gallery to seat the squire’s family. The style of armorial painting dates from this period.