London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A COLLECTION OF SILVER AND OTHER ITEMS INCLUDING A GOLD CIGARETTE CASE
A pair of baluster cafe-au-lait pots, Wakely & Wheeler, London, 1957 - 7½ in.(19cm.) 33 oz.gross; cig. box; cig. case enamelled in two shades of green; teaspoon, cased; pt. teaspoon; 2 cases of plated tea knives (incomplete), burr walnut cig case, + 9ct gold cigarette case - 88 grm.
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