A George III silver mustard by John Emes, London 1802 (Qty)
Lot 219
A George III silver mustard
by John Emes, London 1802 (Qty)
Sold for £562 (US$ 945) inc. premium
Auction Details
Fine Art & Antiques
Oxford
11 Feb 2014 11:00 GMT

Auction 21732
Lot Details
A George III silver mustard
by John Emes, London 1802
Of oval form with bright-cut engraved foliate frieze, polished oval thumb piece and angular handle, together with, a George III silver pepperette of pear shaped fluted form, a silver baluster shaped pepperette, marks rubbed, a pair of silver Victorian cauldron salts with embossed foliate decoration on three hoof feet, London 1853, accompanied by a pair of silver salt spoons with wrythen handles and fluted bowls, Newcastle 1861, also two silver hand mirrors, a pair of silver Victorian candlesticks London 1884 and a circular silver waiter, By Janes Dixon and Sons, Sheffield 1891, weight 23oz. (Qty)
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