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Lot 434
A quantity of silver items, (Qty)
Sold for £900 (US$ 1,511) inc. premium
Lot Details
A quantity of silver items,
comprising: a bachelors three-piece tea service, marks rubbed, by Sibray & Hall, London 1886, cylindrical form engraved foliate decoration, the pot with ebonised finial and handle, a part fluted coffee pot, by William Hutton & Sons Ltd, London 1896, oval form, ebonised handle and finial, (loaded foot), a pair of pierced circular tazza, London 1909 and Birmingham 1910, two part fluted circular salts, by George Adams, London 1880, two pepper pots, Chester 1910, another three pepper pots, three small cast figures of seated beggermen, Sheffield 1893, a pin tray, by H. Matthrews, Birmingham 1897, a Continental box, with import marks for London 1897, the cover embossed in high relief with Napoleon and his troops, foliate embossed sides, diameter 11cm, a heart shaped watch frame, with easel back, height 10.5cm, two napkin rings, two dishes, a jug, a mustard pot cover, a 'S' spirit lable (damaged), and an Indian / Burmese silver embossed rectangular box, weight total of weighable silver 58.5oz. (Qty)
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