Online-Only Auction, 7 - 17 July 2017

Sold for

ZAR 4 919
Lot 381
  • A George V silver hot water jug, Adie Brothers, Birmingham, 1933

Lot Estimate
ZAR 3 500 - 5 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 4 919

About this Item

A George V silver hot water jug, Adie Brothers, Birmingham, 1933


with egg-and-dart rim above a waisted body, applied with composite harp-shaped handle, the hinged cover with conforming turned finial, on an oval spreading footrim, 685g, 21cm high; and a George V silver hot water jug, A L Davenport Ltd, Birmingham, 1932, with leaf-capped composite handle and finial, domed hinged cover and circular spreading footrim, dents, 305g,18cm high


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