London, South Kensington
28 October 2007
AN AMERICAN SILVER TWO HANDLED BOWL
Mark of Sterling, circa 1900
Of circular form with ribbon and reeded border and pierced sides, with ball feet fitted with a clear glass liner -- 5.75oz.
6¼in. (16cm.) high
Together with a French silver mounted panelled glass bowl and cover, circa 1900, the rim with applied laurel leaf border, the stepped cover with stylised leaf and bun finial, engraved with a monogram -- 7in. (17.5cm.) high (2)
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