20 - 21 September 2004
A FOURTEEN PIECE VICTORIAN SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL-MOUNTED DRESSING TABLE SET
MARK OF WILLIAM THOMAS WRIGHT AND FREDERICK DAVIES, LONDON, 1874, ALSO STAMPED 'ASPREY 166 BOND ST'
Each piece with an applied gilt disc and engine-turned decoration, enamelled with a monogram 'SG' with a Countess's coronet above, marked inside or on the edge (14)
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The monogram 'SG' is for Lady Sibell, Countess Grosvenor, daughter of 9th Earl of Scarborough, who married Victor, Earl Grosvenor in 1874.
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