South African and International Art, Decorative Arts

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Property of the Estate Late Mr Vyvyan P Myerson

There are 5 sessions in this auction


  359 lots     152 lots in this session
 

  Lot Description Estimate
Lot 49
An Edward VII silver propelling pen and pencil, S Mordan & Co, London
Sold for R 1 994
R 800 - 1 000
Lot 50
An Edward VII silver pepper shaker in the form of a francolin, Thomas of New Bond Street, London, 1908
Sold for R 5 863
R 1 500 - 2 000
Lot 51
A George V silver salver, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, 1918
Sold for R 6 449
R 5 500 - 6 000
Lot 52
A set of George V silver and enamel novelty glass markers, Adolph Scott, Birmingham, 1929
Sold for R 1 759
R 600 - 800
Lot 53
A George VI silver lady’s compact, David Sutton & Sons, London, 1945
Sold for R 1 407
R 1 000 - 1 500
Lot 54
An Elizabeth II silver miniature five-piece tea service, John Rose, Birmingham, 1956
Sold for R 1 642
R 800 - 1 000
Lot 55
A Dutch silver miniature four-piece tea service, probably Herman Hooykaas, Schoonhoven, The Netherlands, early 20th century, .833 standard 
Sold for R 1 056
R 800 - 1 000
Lot 56
A pair of Dutch silver miniature chairs, probably Herman Hooykaas, Schoonhoven, The Netherlands, early 20th century, .833 standard 
Unsold
R 2 400 - 3 000
Lot 57
A pair of Dutch silver miniature windmills, late 19th/early 20th century, .833 standard
Sold for R 1 759
R 1 500 - 2 000
Lot 58
A set of six Dutch silver tea straws, maker’s initials ‘G.Z.’, early 20th century, .833 standard
Sold for R 1 056
R 800 - 1 000
Lot 59
A Continental silver hinged tea caddy, maker’s initials ‘HGO’, with Dutch import marks
Unsold
R 4 000 - 6 000
Lot 60
A German silver chamberstick, possibly Storck & Sinsheimer, .800 standard
Sold for R 1 876
R 1 500 - 2 000