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Lot 289
A cased pair of silver and glass butter dishes, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1935, a goblet, two toastracks, a mug, a caster, a bell, an Indian metalware beaker, s cane top an electroplated ewer and mug. (Qty)
Sold for £1,260 (US$ 2,117) inc. premium
Lot Details
A cased pair of silver and glass butter dishes,
by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1935,
rectangular form, scroll handles, cut-glass body, together with two silver butter knives, by Adie Bros, Birmingham 1934/5, in fitted presentation case, a Victorian silver goblet, London 1872, embossed scroll and flower head decoration, a Scottish silver sugar caster, by Hamilton & Inches, Edinburgh 1912, octagonal form, a Victorian silver mug, London 1900, monogrammed and dated, a Victorian silver toast rack, by James Dixon & Sons, Sheffield 1898, angular bars, a Victorian silver toast rack, London 1886, central loop handle, a silver table bell, Birmingham 1912, a Victorian silver hot water pot, London 1897, with leaf decoration, an Indian metalware beaker and cane handle, an electroplated christening mug and an electroplated ewer, weighable silver 46oz. (Qty)
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