Online-Only Auction, 31 May - 7 June 2021

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R 2 580
Lot 75
A George III silver basket, marks indistinct

Lot Estimate
R 2 000 - 3 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 2 580

About this Item

A George III silver basket, marks indistinct


oval, the sides moulded with flowerheads, c-scrolls and foliage between pierced bands and applied with a beaded swing-handle, with beaded rim, raised on a conforming pierced foot with beaded edge, dents, 16cm wide, 140g; and a pair of George III silver sugar nips, possibly John Faux, London, date mark indistinct, 18th century, engraved with a crest, slight distortion, repair, 40g

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