Live Auction, 5 March 2018

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Lot 121
An Irish silver tray, Robert Calderwood, Dublin, 1747

Lot Estimate
R 90 000 - 120 000
Selling Price
Unsold

About this Item

An Irish silver tray, Robert Calderwood, Dublin, 1747


circular, of wavy outline, the centre engraved with an armorial enclosed by a continuous band of grape vines, fruit and putti, the rim moulded with acanthus leaves and c-scrolls, raised on four outswept scroll feet, 45,5cm diameter, 3230g

Provenance

The arms are those of O'Neill, Earls O'Neill, extinct 1841.

Sold Sotheby's London 27 April 2010, Lot 255


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