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R 9 967
Lot 241
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909
  • An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909

Lot Estimate
R 6 000 - 8 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 9 967

About this Item

An Edward VII silver four-handled bowl, maker's mark worn, possibly Jay Richard Attenborough Co Ltd, London, 1909


circular with canted sides, with wavy rim, the sides applied with four harp-shaped handles, raised on a triangular spreading foot, minor dents and pitting, the base stamped indistinctly, 27cm wide, 1015g

 

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