22 May 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 360
GBP 350 - GBP 400
A MIXED GROUP OF SILVER COMPRISING:-
A 19th century German shooting prize goblet, inscription dated 1862; a torch inscribed "Freyda", London, 1916; a Victorian crested spirits flask; a sauceboat; a powder jar; a French egg cup, c.1900; a circular heater; 2 French salts; a Chinese cane handle; a bachelor-size sugar bowl & similar cream jug; a shaving bottle; a PLATED inkstand & hot water jug & 5 other mostly plated items. (20)
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