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Lot 461
A quantity of silver items,
Sold for £192 (US$ 322) inc. premium
Lot Details
Antique Silver
A quantity of silver items,
comprising : a William IV drum mustard, by Charles Gordon, London 1834, gadroon rim, stepped cover with ball finial and leaf-capped scroll handle, crested, a pair of modern silver small baluster peppers, London 1936, in the conventional 18th century style, a modern silver cigarette box, with inscription, a pair of 19th century cylindrical salt and pepper pots, marks barely distinguishable, possibly Indian, with pierced bun topped covers, fronts engraved 'SALT' 'PEPPER', on pedestal circular bases, height 10cm., a pair of Old Sheffield plate shaped circular wine coasters, and a small quantity of condiment spoons, (Qty)
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