A set of four silver salts by Omar Ramsden, London 1935  (4)
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A set of four silver salts by Omar Ramsden, London 1935 (4)
Sold for £2,250 (US$ 3,781) inc. premium
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Lot Details
A set of four silver salts
by Omar Ramsden, London 1935
Square form with convex corners and lobed sides, all-over spot-hammered, each with two flying scroll handles, raised on a square spreading foot incuse engraved "OMAR RAMSDEN ME FECIT" to underside, height 5cm, length including handles 10.5cm, weight 14.5oz. (4)
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