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Lot 298
A George III silver porringer, maker's mark rubbed, London 1773, and oter silver items (Qty)
Sold for £576 (US$ 968) inc. premium
Lot Details
A George III silver porringer,
maker's mark rubbed, London 1773,
bead punch and leaf motif decoration above and below a ropetwist girdle, part fluted lower body, the front with a vacant rococo scroll cartouche, reeded loop handles, height 11.2cm, together with a quantity of other silver items, comprising: a George III Provincial silver two-handled sugar bowl, by Ann Robertson, no date letter, circa 1800, reverse bead punch decoration above and below a girdle, chased with leaves and acorns, the lower bellied sides chased with foliate sprays either side of laurel reserves, with inscriptions, length handle to handle 20.5cm, a two-handled sugar bowl, Sheffield 1881, a pair of part fluted circular salts, a pair of pepper pots, a small mug, a small cream jug, a vesta box, Birmingham 1896, with engine-turned decoration, a sifter spoon, a pair of sugar tongs, a small quantity of spoons, an American silver dish, an American pair of servers, and a pair of unmarked 19th century peppers, possibly Colonial, weighable silver 32oz. (Qty)
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