London, South Kensington
20 April 2004
A SMALL COLLECTION OF SILVER AND PLATED WARES
SILVER: A Victorian baluster cut-edge cream jug, Martin Hall & Co. London 1870; a cut-edge sugar basin, Birmingham 1912; a two-handled plain sugar bowl, inscribed; a single candlestick, Birmingham 1901; a christening mug; a pepper pot; a pair of plain sundae cups, Sheffield 1895; a silver top cut-glass scent bottle; a hair tidy; a hand mirror and three brushes; 6 coffee spoons, boxed; 13 tea/condiment spoons; a French silver-handled salad spoon and fork; and several oddments.
PLATED AND METALWARES: A pair of snuffers; a pair of grape shears; a beaker (a lot). Total weighable silver 35 oz.
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