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Lot 806 (The Silver Auction, 31st January 2019)

AN EDWARDIAN SILVER TRINKET BOX, TWO SILVER CUPS, A SILVER SOLIFLEUR VASE AND TWO SILVER TABLESPOONS

Sold for £240


 

EDWARDIAN SILVER TRINKET BOX,
makers marks rubbed, Birmingham 1912, of circular form, the hinged cover with applied cameo, raised on four feet with flour-de-lis motif, 5cm high; along with a silver mug, makers marks rubbed, Birmingham 1936, a silver solifleur vase, WA Humphries, Birmingham 1963, two Georgian silver spoons, London 1807, and a Russian podstakannik, Gustav Sohlman, St Petersburg, 1876, inscription translates as 'Russian tea, Jamaica rum', 525g gross (6)

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