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    Sale 5929

    The Sunday Sale - Property of the Late Monty Lewis, removed from Hyver Manor & Property of the Late Dr. William Lindsaygordon

    29 March 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 156

    A GROUP OF FOUR SILVER VINAIGRETTES, TWO NEEDLE CASES, TWO STAMP BOXES AND AN IVORY TOOTHPICK BOX

    VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS, PREDOMINANTLY BIRMINGHAM

    Price Realised  

    A GROUP OF FOUR SILVER VINAIGRETTES, TWO NEEDLE CASES, TWO STAMP BOXES AND AN IVORY TOOTHPICK BOX
    VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS, PREDOMINANTLY BIRMINGHAM
    The vinaigrettes comprising: one with indistinct maker's mark of T?, possibly for Thomas Edwards, London, 1818, engine-turned with floral thumbpiece; another in the form of a purse, 1816; a silver-gilt watch case example, 1829, engine-turned with foliate border; and a small curved rectangular example, 1813; two needle cases, both with maker's mark only, circa 1800; two stamp boxes, one of purse form, 1913, the other engraved Trumps, Chester, 1905; and an ivory toothpick box, circa 1790 with gold piqué work (9)


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    Provenance

    Christie's London, 30 March 1976, lot 81.


    Saleroom Notice

    Please note that there are 9 items in this lot as per the lot description and not 10 as illustrated.