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Lot 100

A set of Norwegian silver-gilt and white enamel teaspoons, a strainer and a pair of sugar nips, with import marks for Birmingham, 1901-1903
each enamelled with scrolling designs and bead pattern, gilt bowls, stamped NORWAY, one spoon damaged, the tea strainer 12,2cm long, 210g all in
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Estimate: R 900 - 1 200 

Sold for R 1 600
Which is R 1 876 incl Buyer's Premium and VAT


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