Important Paintings, Furniture, Silver, Ceramics and Jewellery

Including a Collection of Works by William Timlin and the Edith Dodo Collection

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A Queen Anne silver brandy warmer, maker's mark indistinct, London, 1709
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Lot 40

A Queen Anne silver brandy warmer, maker's mark indistinct, London, 1709


the circular body engraved with a later crest, with a turned part-wood side-handle and a short spout, scratchweight 9 = 0, 290g all in, 7cm high

This lot did not sell

Estimate R 15 000 - 20 000


It might still be available, contact us if you're interested.


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