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Lot 105

An Israeli silver-gilt spice container in the form of a stylised violin cello-on-stand, Netafim, sterling
applied with the Hebrew word besamim below a circular pierced plaque with enclosed hinged compartment, the reverse with easel back support, stamped STERLING BY NETAFIM, 10,2cm high on stand, 60g; and an Elizabeth II 'King's' pattern silver-mounted magnifying glass, Harrison Brothers, Sheffield, 1991, 12,8cm long (2)

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Estimate: R 1 000 - 1 500 

Sold for R 1 000
Which is R 1 173 incl Buyer's Premium and VAT


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