12 December 2000,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 411
GBP 300 - GBP 500
Goldenhurst Farm And Gerald Road
A pair of squat silver-plate candlesticks chased with berried fruits to the base; a rectangular silver plated cigarette case -- 7¾in. (19.7cm.) long; a silver plated circular salver with foliate chased border and engraved to the centre -- 10in. (25.4cm.) diam., both 1950s/60s; two silver toast racks, one by Suckling Ltd., Birmingham, 1964, the other by Francis Howard, Sheffield, 1938; and a stainless steel hot water jug by Thermos, 1930s -- 10¼in. (26cm.) high (7)
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The candlesticks were kept at Goldenhurst. The hot water jug was used at Gerald Road and is pictured in an article in She magazine, Noël Coward's London Home, November, 1955.
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