London, South Kensington
2 October 2007
A LATE VICTORIAN SILVER SALVER
MARK OF L A W PROBABLY LANGLY ARCHER WEST, LONDON 1898
Shaped circular with shell and scroll border and cast scroll feet, the ground part chased with c-scrolls, rocaille and foliage, inscribed on the reverse "In Remembrance of Jane, Countess of Bantry", 14th July 1898 - 12 3/8 ins (31cm.) dia. 30 ozs. An embossed silver mounted cigarette box, Birmingham, 1903; and a Victorian pierced sweetmeat basket, Gibson & Langman, London, 1893 - 9¾ ins.(25cm.) 11.50 ozs.
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