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A WILLIAM IV SILVER BOTTLE STAND, A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND A SET OF SIX ENGLISH SILVER SALT CELLARS
A WILLIAM IV SILVER BOTTLE STAND, A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND A SET OF SIX ENGLISH SILVER SALT CELLARS

THE FIRST SHEFFIELD, 1839; THE SECOND BIRMINGHAM, 1909

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A WILLIAM IV SILVER BOTTLE STAND, A PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER CANDLESTICKS AND A SET OF SIX ENGLISH SILVER SALT CELLARS
The first Sheffield, 1839; the second Birmingham, 1909
The first shaped triangular, now without bottles; the second in rococo taste (damage); the set of salt cellars bearing spurious hallmarks, each on four paw feet and supporting a blue glass liner; together with silver and silver-plated items, comprising three various mustard pots, two salt cellars, a pair of small pepper casters and five various small spoons
The bottle stand 12in. (31.5cm.) high; the candlesticks 11in. (27.5cm.) high; 34oz. (1066gr.) weighable silver (21)
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