14 June 2007
An elegant collection of twenty-eight various Italian silver butter-dishes
Sixteen stamped Gianmaria Buccellati, Italy, the other twelve stamped 925, Italy, 20th century
The sixteen formed in four types of leaves, the set of twelve smaller butterdishes, each cast and shaped as leave with branch-shaped handle, marked on bases
14.2 cm. long
1846 gr. (28)
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