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)
This lot did not sell
Estimate R 3 000 - 4 000
It might still be available, contact us if you're interested.
Solder repair to the base of one along the entire footrim, abrasions to two of the feet, split to one corner measuring 0,4cm long, dent and repair to the one side of the rim in an area measuring 2,5cm long
Another with a hole measuring 0,3 by 0,1cm to the rim, extensive repair to the rim, solder repair to the footrim visible from the reverse
Another with three splits to the rim the longest measuring 0,5cm long, solder repair to the footrim visible from the reverse
Another with one corner repaired and dented in an area measuring 1,5 by 0,7cm, solder repair to the footrim visible from the reverse
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