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Lot 3

A George III silver two-handled loving cup, Samuel Wood, London, 1766
the waisted body moulded with a vacant cartouche, a pair of Oriental figures, pavilions and trees, on a spreading circular foot, the rim with gadrooned borders, the sides applied with later handles moulded with coiling snakes, gilt interior, 16,5cm wide over handles, 300g; and a George IV silver creamer, maker’s initials ‘I.B’, London, 1822, moulded with c-scrolls and flowerheads against a hammered ground, the front with a cartouche engraved with a crest, the reverse with an architectural scene with Oriental figures, the side applied with later handle, 11cm high, 350g   (2)

Sold for R 4 200
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 4 925

Estimate R 3 000 - 4 000


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