A George V  sugar castor by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1919
Lot 35
A George V sugar castor by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1919
£100 - 150
US$ 170 - 250
Lot Details
A George V sugar castor
by Walker and Hall, Sheffield 1919
plain octagonal with an urn finial, height 21.5cm, weight 8oz.
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