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R 14 070
Lot 381
A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century
  • A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century

Lot Estimate
R 7 000 - 9 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 14 070

About this Item

A Colonial Indian silver ice bucket, maker's initial 'R', 19th century


the tapering cylindrical body engraved with a crest and initials between bands of reeding, the sides applied with a swing-handle, gilt interior, 10,5cm high excluding handle, 465g

 

Provenance

Stephan Welz & Co. in association with Sotheby’s, Cape Town, 17 & 18 October 2006, lot 864.

Literature

cf. Wynyard R. T. Wilkinson (1973) Indian Colonial Silver, European Silversmiths in India (1790-1860) and their Marks, London: Argent Press, illustrated on page 111, illustration A145.


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