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A set of five silver-mounted Royal Doulton pottery porridge bowls painted with two different mottos and glazed in brown and blue; a hexafoil butter dish stand; a part-fluted sugar basin; a plain sugar basin; a mustard pot modelled as a part-fluted tankard; an openwork pepperette; a pair of Arts and Crafts gilt-lined salt cellars, the underside of each engraved: "Harold Stabler, London 1912", apparently unmarked; a pair of ashtrays; and three white-metal bowls, comprising: an early 18th Century style porringer, the pierced handle engraved with a monogram, a fluted shaped circular example on ball feet, and a gilt-lined tapering oval two-handled example pierced with putti and arabesques. (A Lot)

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A set of five silver-mounted Royal Doulton pottery porridge bowls painted with two different mottos and glazed in brown and blue; a hexafoil butter dish stand; a part-fluted sugar basin; a plain sugar basin; a mustard pot modelled as a part-fluted tankard; an openwork pepperette; a pair of Arts and Crafts gilt-lined salt cellars, the underside of each engraved: "Harold Stabler, London 1912", apparently unmarked; a pair of ashtrays; and three white-metal bowls, comprising: an early 18th Century style porringer, the pierced handle engraved with a monogram, a fluted shaped circular example on ball feet, and a gilt-lined tapering oval two-handled example pierced with putti and arabesques. (A Lot)
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