Live Auction, 21 October 2013

Sold for

ZAR 5 855
Lot 335
  • A glass and silver-mounted match globe, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1906


Lot Estimate
ZAR 1 000 - 1 500
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
ZAR 5 855

About this Item

A glass and silver-mounted match globe, maker's mark worn, Birmingham, 1906


with pink ribbed body, minor chips, some dents, 5cm high; a blue glass example, Sanders & Aquilar, London, 1902, ribbed body, 3,8cm high; two further clear glass examples, one by Adolph Frankau & Co, London, 1902, dents to both, the taller 4,8cm high; and a plain glass example, possibly Schindler & Co, London, 1900, dents, 4,5cm high

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