Live Auction, 5 March 2018

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Lot 149
A George V silver epergne, Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1918

Lot Estimate
R 20 000 - 25 000
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Unsold

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A George V silver epergne, Manoah Rhodes & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1918


the two-handled navette-shaped basket with reeded border, the sides applied with stylised acanthus leaves, the shoulder pierced with a band of pales and garlands enclosing two vacant cartouches, the body moulded with a part-gadrooned and acanthus border, raised on a tapering oval similarly decorated footrim, 33cm wide over handles, 1865g

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