28 November 2006
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A SET OF FRENCH SILVER AND COBALT GLASS CONDIMENT DISHES,
each on square plinth and ball feet comprising: a pair of double-dish stands with overhead handle and three singles all marked on body; together with an American silver oval condiment stand fitted with two glass trays and a Sheffield plated stand with two cut-glass jars and covers, marks of Walker & Hall
The French double condiment stand 8in. (20.3cm.) high; 27oz. (19)
Acquired from the collection of Alberto Pinto, Sotheby's New York, 29 March 1999, lot 28
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Please note that this lot also contains 12 Tiffany & Co. bread and butter plates. The count should read 30, not 19 pieces.
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