An Irish silver dish Dublin, 1972,  (3)
Lot 175
An Irish silver dish Dublin, 1972, (3)
Sold for £984 (US$ 1,632) inc. premium
Lot Details
An Irish silver dish
Dublin, 1972,
modelled as a strawberry dish, length 25cm, a silver tray, Birmingham, 1972, of circular form, with pierced gallery edge and engraved foliate scroll decoration, diameter 27cm, and a large decorative spoon, Dublin, 1969, the tapering baluster handle, with baluster shaped finial, length 40cm. (3)
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