Sold for £360
Garnet eyes are in place
No damage to enamel although there is a small amount of residue
No damage to silver, however, there is slight discolouration
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PAIR OF EDWARDIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL MENU HOLDERS,
maker WH, London 1908, each modelled in the form of a pheasant on a cylindrical plinth inlaid with red enamel, in original fitted case, 60g gross
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