London, South Kensington
18 April 2007
A VICTORIAN ELECTRO PLATED DESSERT STAND
Decorated with three cast classical children playing musical instruments, (lacks glass dish), a smaller pair of plated dessert stands (lacking glass dishes), on triform bases with 3 dolphin supports, a good set of 4 plated coasters with fruiting vine borders, a Victorian cast figural condiment stand modelled as a lady in bonnet & shawl supporting 3 baskets (lacks glass liners), an OSP entrée dish & snuffers tray, a plated kettle & 2 BM teapots.
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