22 May 2007,
London, South Kensington
Price realised GBP 720
GBP 350 - GBP 400
THREE SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS TABLE MATS,
Birmingham, 1933, (with man fishing in a loch) Birmingham, 1939, (with badge of Royal Artillery) within surround of Union flowers; a larger American example by Tiffany & Co. (John C. Moore era), English import marks, London, 1913; a floral-pierced sweet dish with blue glass liner, London, 1888; MOP-handled cake knife, Sheffield, 1896; butter knife, Birmingham, 1879; pr. of Georgian "berry" spoons & a pr. of sugar tongs, c.1790. (9)
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