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Lot 363

A George III silver cream jug, possibly George Gray, overstruck with the initials PB (for Peter Bateman), London, 1796
helmet-shaped with hammered rim, the body chased with floral garlands enclosing a vacant cartouche, raised on a square base, 13cm high,75g; another George III silver cream jug, maker’s marks worn , London, 1779, the bulbous body with hammered border and moulded with swags of garlands, with applied leaf-capped scroll handle, 10cm high, 70g; and a George III silver cream jug, maker's marks worn, London, possibly 1768, with scalloped rim, leaf-capped c-scroll handle, on a stepped domed circular foot, scratch weights 2-7, 11cm high, 75g (3)

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Estimate: R 1 500 - 2 000 

Sold for R 2 000
Which is R 2 342 incl Buyer's Premium and VAT


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