A Victorian silver two handled tray by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839
Lot 81
A Victorian silver two handled tray
by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839
Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,311) inc. premium
Auction Details
A Victorian silver two handled tray by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839 A Victorian silver two handled tray by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839 A Victorian silver two handled tray by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839
Lot Details
A Victorian silver two handled tray
by T.J. & N. Creswick, Sheffield 1839
Of oval form with applied shell and scroll border and handles, the field floral engraved, 69 x 47cm, weight 98oz.
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