London, South Kensington
11 December 2001
A Karel Bartosik lighter modelled as a miniature two storey house,
the rectangular silver body with intricately detailed applied, engraved and textured features including a dog and drainpipe and figure at a window, the chimney stack depressing to operate the gas lighter, London 1977, with slip case, purchased by the vendor in 1977, with a copy of a Sunday Telegraph magazine feature article on the work of this Kentish Town based craftsman.
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