A collection of electroplate 19th century and later,  (qty)
Lot 62
A collection of electroplate 19th century and later, (qty)
Sold for £500 (US$ 840) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Knowle
20 Sep 2011 11:00 BST

Auction 18929
Lot Details
A collection of electroplate
19th century and later,
To include: a pair of electroplated twin branch candelabra; an Old Sheffield plate chamberstick; an electroplated twin-handled tray, of rectangular form; a smaller oval example; a circular tray; an entree dish and cover; an electroplate-mounted oak tray; a cased set of cake forks with matching server; a cased set of tea knives; six pairs of mother-of-pearl-handled fruit knives and forks; six silver teaspoons; a collection of electroplated flatware; and other items. (qty)
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