A George V silver tea caddy, William Hutton & Sons, Birmingham, 1912 of sarcophagus form, the sides applied with lion-mask-and-ring handles, with hinged domed cover, raised on four ball feet, silver-gilt interior, dents, foot damaged, 7,5cm high, 9cm wide, 165g
Sold for R 2 600 Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 3 045
Age-appropriate wear and overall scratches and dents. A dent to the back left-hand side of the cover measuring approximately 1,3cm long. Dents to the body, the largest measuring approximately 0,7cm long. Dent to one of the ball feet. Marks worn.
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