19 October 2010
A GROUP OF FOUR ELIZABETH II SILVER BOWLS
MARK OF GERALD BENNEY, LONDON, 1967-68
Comprising a shallow circular bowl, 1967; four bowls with textured surfaces, in two sizes, 1966-67, and a silver table lighter, 1967, each marked on side, all with original leather presentation cases
The largest bowl 10¼ in. (26 cm.) diameter; 53 oz. 10 dwt. (1,669 gr.) without lighter (4)
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Please note that the total count is six.
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