A quantity of continental  silver items various dates and makers  (Qty)
Lot 165
A quantity of Continental silver items various dates and makers (Qty)
Sold for £1,062 (US$ 1,789) inc. premium
Lot Details
A quantity of Continental silver items
various dates and makers
Comprising: a German candlestick, incuse stamped 800 POSEN, with husk bands, the detachable drip pan with stylised rim of leaves, the capital formed as acanthus leaves, on a circular foot, a German oval dish, by Eugen Marcus, incuse stamped 800, gilt interior, a continental bell, with engine-turned bands, a pair of German coasters, probably by Gebrüder Kühn, Schwäbisch Gmünd, with beaded rims and pierced sides, a French coffee pot, by Eugène Lefebvre, Paris circa 1896-1910, urn form with stylised-leaf bands and acorn finial, the spout formed as a falcon's head, wood scroll handle, a German cup and saucer, maker's mark 'WB', embellished with floral decoration, the cup with white and gold ceramic liner, an 18th century German salt, Augsburg 1745-7, oval form, the sides pierced with fruit swags and medallions, raised on four en gaint feet, blue glass liner, a Dutch two-handled dish, maker's mark 'J.P.H', 1922, shaped oval form, the pierced sides embellished with peacocks, raised on four paw feet, nine German lemon pierced tea-glass holders and tray, with 12 spoons, the gilt bowls formed as leaves, the stems as twigs, and a French silver mounted glass dish, with post-1838 Minerva .950 standard mark, maker's mark 'GF' flanking a bird in a lozenge punch, circular form, weight total 61.5oz. (Qty)
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