Online-Only Auction, 8 - 15 July 2019

Sold for

R 11 139
Lot 410
A Victorian silver-plated covered butter dish, maker's mark indistinct, 2 November 1859

Lot Estimate
R 2 000 - 3 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 11 139

About this Item

A Victorian silver-plated covered butter dish, maker's mark indistinct, 2 November 1859


the domed cover engraved with a border of scrolling foliage enclosing a pair of vacant cartouches surmounted by a recumbent cow, the two-handled dish with pierced sides enclosing an oval-shaped vacant cartouche, raised on four pierced foliate scroll feet, fitted with a white glass liner, dents, with registration mark, 20,5cm wide over handles

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