Important South African Paintings, Furniture, Silver and Ceramics

Live Auction, 11 October 2010

Session One
  • Three George II Scottish silver casters, one with maker's mark for Alexander Gairdner, assay masters mark HG for Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh, 1755


Lot Estimate
ZAR 20 000 - 30 000

About this Item

Three George II Scottish silver casters, one with maker's mark for Alexander Gairdner, assay masters mark HG for Hugh Gordon, Edinburgh, 1755

each baluster body with ribbed girdle on a spreading circular foot, with pierced domed cover and urn-shaped finial, in sizes, 650g, the tallest 18cm high

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