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Lot 116

Four George III silver-gilt salts, Thomas Robinson II & S Harding, London, 1811
each boat-shaped with stiff-leaf and palmette border, gilt interior, each body engraved with initials, raised on four ball feet, re-gilded, marks worn, splits, repairs, hole, 10cm wide, 330g all in (4)

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Estimate R 3 000 - 4 000


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