17 May 2012
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SET OF TWELVE AMERICAN SILVER BEAKER SLEEVES
MARK OF REED AND BARTON, TAUNTON, 20TH CENTURY
Each silver sleeve formed as maple leaves, each marked under base, also marked X119; together with a Chinese export silver jewelry box, the exterior with hammered surface and bamboo decoration, expanding to three levels, with velvet interior, marked under base
The box 4¾ in. (12.1 cm.) long; the sleeves 36 oz. (1,125 gr.) (13)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
There are 10 beaker sleeves, not 12.
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