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ZAR 17 588
Lot 240
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908
  • An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908


Lot Estimate
ZAR 10 000 - 15 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 17 588

About this Item

An Edward VII silver bowl, maker's mark worn, London, 1908


of navette shape, with moulded wavy rim, the sides with shield-shaped stylised handles, raised on four stylised claw feet, numbered 12051, dent, 40cm wide over handles, 1610g; and a George V example, maker’s mark worn, Sheffield, 1917, similar, numbered 12051, dent, 31cm wide over handles, 810g

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