13 - 15 September 2011
A GEORGE V SILVER JARDINIERE
MARK OF WILLIAM COMYNS, LONDON, 1913, RETAILED BY TIFFANY AND CO.
Shaped oblong and on four foliage-capped scroll feet, the openwork sides chased with fruiting swags suspended from lions masks with drop ring handles, with conforming purple glass liner, marked underneath, further stamped 'Tiffany and Co., London'
11¾ in. (30 cm.) wide
53 oz. (1,647 gr.)
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