3 - 4 March 2009
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SET OF FOUR ITALIAN SILVER FLORIFORM CASTERS, A SET OF EIGHT AMERICAN SILVER CASTERS AND TWO SETS OF NUT DISHES,
THE ITALIAN CASTERS MARK OF BUCCELLATI, THE AMERICAN CASTERS WITH RETAILER'S MARK FOR CARTIER, 20TH CENTURY,
the first set of nut dishes in the form of clover leaves, the second set in the form of grape leaves; the casters and nut dishes marked 'Sterling'
The Italian casters 5½in. (14cm.), 19.5oz. approximate weight (25)
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Please note there are six nut dishes in each set and there is an additional spoon in this lot, the piece count is 33 not 25 as is listed in the catalogue.
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