Important Paintings, Furniture, Silver, Ceramics and Jewellery

Live Auction, 15 March 2010

Part I - Silver

Sold for

ZAR 15 039
Lot 41
  • A Queen Anne silver two-handled porringer, makers mark indistinct, bearing marks for London, 1710


Lot Estimate
ZAR 15 000 - 20 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
ZAR 15 039

About this Item

A Queen Anne silver two-handled porringer, makers mark indistinct, bearing marks for London, 1710

the body moulded and engraved with a scroll and fish-scale cartouche, the rope-twist girdle between flat-chased bands of foliate decoration, above a band of bat-wing fluting, the sides applied with scroll handles, 280g, 11cm high



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