Live Auction, 21 October 2013

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ZAR 2 342
Lot 290
  • Four Victorian and Edward VII silver vesta cases, various makers, 1897-1902


Lot Estimate
ZAR 600 - 800
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 2 342

About this Item

Four Victorian and Edward VII silver vesta cases, various makers, 1897-1902


each engraved with foliate decoration enclosing a cartouche, the sides with ring attachment, including: a heart-shaped example, Rolason Brothers, Birmingham, 1897, 18,8g, 4,1cm long; another, Minshull and Latimer, Birmingham 1900, rectangular, 23,2g, 4,1cm long; another, Robert Pringle and Sons, Chester, 1901, 21,3g, 4,3cm long; and another, William J Holmes, Birmingham, 1902, 15,5g, 3,4cm long

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