Online-Only Auction, 7 - 17 July 2017

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ZAR 1 113
Lot 380
  • A set of George V silver and enamel coffee spoons, Turner & Simpson Ltd, Birmingham, 1931-1932
  • A set of George V silver and enamel coffee spoons, Turner & Simpson Ltd, Birmingham, 1931-1932
  • A set of George V silver and enamel coffee spoons, Turner & Simpson Ltd, Birmingham, 1931-1932

Lot Estimate
ZAR 700 - 900
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 1 113

About this Item

A set of George V silver and enamel coffee spoons, Turner & Simpson Ltd, Birmingham, 1931-1932


each enamelled with blue, green and yellow enamel flowerhead terminals, the enamel with some damage, 50g all in; a set of George V silver and enamel coffee spoons, Deakin & Francis Ltd, Birmingham, 1934, each with geometric terminal enamelled in blue, cased, 40g all in

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