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R 3 283
Lot 105
Two Cape silver 'Old English' pattern dinner spoons, Johannes Combrink, 19th century

Lot Estimate
R 2 000 - 3 000
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R 3 283

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Two Cape silver 'Old English' pattern dinner spoons, Johannes Combrink, 19th century


115g all in; an Indian Colonial silver 'Old English' pattern dinner spoon, 19th century, 55g; and a silver 'Fiddle' pattern dinner spoon, possibly Indian Colonial, 19th century, 55g

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