A Provincial  silver Art Nouveau hand-mirror by William Neale & Sons, Chester 1903
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An silver Art Nouveau hand-mirror by William Neale & Sons, Chester 1903 (Qty)
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An silver Art Nouveau hand-mirror
by William Neale & Sons, Chester 1903
Shaped-rectangular form with stylised scroll sides, the back cast with a flower flanked by birds above lily-pads and a lake, with inverted baluster handle, together with a quantity of silver items comprising; two pierced baskets, Birmingham 1895, a teapot, Birmingham 1895, a milk jug, London 1852, two oval salts, Birmingham 1923, a table fork, London 1902, six dessert forks, London various dates, a pair of fish servers, Birmingham/Sheffield 1854, two cylindrical peppers, Birmingham 1923, two casters, London 1962, a mustard pot Birmingham 1923, a berry tablespoon, London 1866 and a pair of electroplated sugar tongs. (Qty)
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