29 November 2007
THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN
AN ELIZABETH II SILVER SOUP-TUREEN AND COVER
MARK OF GARRARD, SHEFFIELD, 1988
Bombé circular and on spreading foot, with two scroll handles and a gadrooned rim, the detachable cover with foliage loop handle, marked near handle and inside cover
13¾ in. (35 cm.) diam.
121 oz. (3,750 gr.).
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