15 - 16 January 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF EIGHT SILVER PICTURE FRAMES,
VARIOUS MAKERS, 20TH CENTURY,
comprising a George V frame with etched decoration, marked Birmingham, 1919; an Elizabeth II one with rabbit design, Asprey & Garrard, London, 1981; another Elizabeth II with tennis racquet design, London, 1986; a rectangular frame and a heart-shaped frame, each marked Sterling; another rectangular and an oval frame, each marked .925; and another, marked Mexico, Sterling; together with a metal and an enameled frame
The largest 10in. (25cm.) high, 55oz. gross weight (10)
The rabbit-themed frame acquired from Asprey, New York, June 24, 1984.
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