Live Auction, 15 March 2010

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Lot 38
  • A William III silver two-handled porringer, Nathaniel Lock, London, 1697
  • A William III silver two-handled porringer, Nathaniel Lock, London, 1697

Lot Estimate
R 20 000 - 30 000
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Unsold

About this Item

A William III silver two-handled porringer, Nathaniel Lock, London, 1697


the lower body with a band of bat-wing fluting and gadrooned girdle divided by chased bands of foliate decoration, the sides applied with scroll handles, with everted rim, the base engraved with H over GS,    240g, 10cm high

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