24 - 25 January 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A FRENCH SILVER VEGETABLE-DISH AND COVER
PARIS, 1819-1838, MAKER'S MARK LACKING
Circular, with gadrooned rim, two scroll bracket handles with shell terminals, slightly domed cover with detachable acorn finial, marked on underside, side and cover
21½ in. (29 cm.) diam.
34 oz. (1,080 gr.)
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