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Lot 11

A William IV two-handled sugar bowl, James McKay, Edinburgh, 1836
the tapering body with wavy leaf and flowerhead rim, applied with two leaf-capped handles, the body with opposing c-scroll enclosed cartouches, one engraved with an armorial, the other with a crest between the motto 'LUCEO NON URO' and initials, the cartouches flanked by floral sprays and further c-scrolls, raised on four c-scroll and leaf-headed feet, gilt interior, 415g, 22,5cm wide over handles; and a Victorian silver milk jug, probably John Walton, Newcastle, 1841, bulbous, with waisted shoulder, the applied rim moulded with acorns and oak leaves, shell, c-scroll and leaf handle, raised on four anthemion-headed feet, gilt interior, 200g, 11,6cm high

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Estimate: R 2 500 - 3 500 

Sold for R 4 500
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