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Lot 157
A quantity of silver items,
Sold for £480 (US$ 806) inc. premium
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Modern Silver
A quantity of silver items,
comprising : an Edwardian set of six circular menu holders, by S. Mordan & Co., Chester 1905, with two graduated circles on circular bases, diameter 3.1cm., a set of three pierced silver shaped circular bonbon dishes,
London 1974, four shaped square ashtrays, Birmingham 1965, the cut corners with depressions, a pair of circular dishes, Sheffield 1973, with guilloche border, a reproduction of a small 'Armada' dish, Sheffield 1991, with inscription, rectangular cigarette box with inscription, two small circular spot hammered dishes, by A. & J. Zimmermann, Birmingham 1905, two cased meat skewers, by Wakely & Wheeler, London 1969, with shell and ring terminals, both with presentation inscriptions, another silver-gilt meat skewer, London 1975, with open-work scroll terminal, a metalware paper knife, handle with engine-turned grips, initialled, and a Swiss metalware spot hammered commemorative circular dish, raised centre with inset coin and ropetwist rim, by Baltensperger, the rim with commemorative inscription, diameter 17.8cm., weight 42oz.
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