A modern silver caster by London Assay Office, London 1967, together with two pierced baskets and a bon bon dish  (4)
Lot 290
A modern silver caster by London Assay Office, London 1967, together with two pierced baskets and a bon bon dish (4)
Sold for £900 (US$ 1,512) inc. premium
Lot Details
A silver caster
by London Assay Office, London 1967
Baluster form in the 18th century style, the removable pierced cover with wrythen finial, demi-fluted body, on a circular foot, height 23.5cm; together with a pair of pierced silver baskets, by Arthur Cook, Birmingham 1902, shaped rectangular form, with scroll foliate borders, length 23.2cm, and a Victorian silver bon bon dish, by Atkin Brothers, Sheffield 1898, circular form, the rim applied with foliate scrolls, the lobed body embellished with floral embossing, and central floral rosette to the bowl, raised on a stepped circular foot, similarly decorated, height 9.7cm, diameter 21cm, weight 43.5oz. (4)
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