Live Auction, 5 March 2018

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R 17 052
Lot 151
A pair of George V silver Sabbath candlesticks, maker’s initials ‘M.S’, possibly Morris Salkind, London, 1932

Lot Estimate
R 15 000 - 20 000
Selling Price
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R 17 052

About this Item

A pair of George V silver Sabbath candlesticks, maker’s initials ‘M.S’, possibly Morris Salkind, London, 1932


each of baluster form, moulded with swags of flowers and foliage, raised on a stepped dome-shaped base, with detachable drip-pans, loaded, 28cm high

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