London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A GROUP OF SILVER COMPRISING:-
A pepper grinder, a silver-gilt 1000 year anniversary of Tower of London dish, 17 napkin rings, 3 cigarette boxes, 13 dressing table items, an ashtray, a spirits flask, a sugar dredger, pr. of cased brandy goblets, set of 8 gilt naturalistic teaspoons with leaf bowls, unmarked, probably 19th century, six O.E. teaspoons, 1827, 4 Geo. III table spoons & various other items, weighable silver 81.75 oz.
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