A late Victorian silver cream jug Maker's mark indistinct, London, 1888,  (qty)
Lot 66Y
A late Victorian silver cream jug Maker's mark indistinct, London, 1888, (qty)
Sold for £300 (US$ 504) inc. premium
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Art & Antiques Knowle
20 Sep 2011 11:00 BST

Auction 18929
Lot Details
A late Victorian silver cream jug
Maker's mark indistinct, London, 1888,
with scroll handle and gilt interior, chased with flowers and foliate scrolls, height 5.5cm, a pair of Victorian napkin rings, by William Evans, London, 1879, decorated with flowers and C-scrolls to bead borders, inscribed, length 3cm, another pair, by George Unite, Birmingham, 1871, two other examples, an Eastern white metal three piece condiment set, of spherical form, embossed with foliate scrolls, an Eastern white metal trinket box, of rectangular form, length 6.1cm, ten white metal coffee spoons, an electroplated chamberstick with extinguisher, an electroplated sauce-boat, and a quantity of other electroplated items, total weight of weighable silver 6oz. (qty)

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  • Should read: four other examples, not two
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