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R 8 794
Lot 242
A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927
  • A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927

Lot Estimate
R 6 000 - 8 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 8 794

About this Item

A George V silver-gilt two-handled tureen, maker's marks worn, Sheffield, 1927


of navette shape with moulded rim, gilt interior, the sides applied with leaf-capped handles, raised on a spreading oval foot, minor abrasion to one handle, engraved CAPITAL 13932 E, 31,5cm wide over handles, 725g

 

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