A silver circular bowl,  makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1922,
Lot 113
A silver circular bowl makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1922,
Sold for £262 (US$ 449) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A silver circular bowl
makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1922,
The shallow body with panelled decoration upon a pedestal base, diameter 28cm, weight 15oz.
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