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Lot 835 (The Silver Auction, 31st January 2019)

AN EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER

Sold for £200


Condition report
General wear and tear

Scratching to the surface of the salver

Tarnishing to salver, particualrly close to and on the outer border

Very slightly rubbed hallmarks 

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EDWARDIAN SILVER SALVER,
maker J Sherwood & Sons, Birmingham 1904, of shaped circular form, initalled to the centre with an engraved border of scrolling foliage, on four ball and claw feet, 30.5cm wide, 755g

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