Online-Only Auction, 31 May - 7 June 2021

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R 1 759
Lot 96
A cased George V silver 'Old English Bead' pattern bowl and spoon, with import marks for Birmingham, 1906, .925 sterling

Lot Estimate
R 1 500 - 2 000
Selling Price
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R 1 759

About this Item

A cased George V silver 'Old English Bead' pattern bowl and spoon, with import marks for Birmingham, 1906, .925 sterling


circular bowl with beaded rim, gilt interior, the body engraved 'NGBC 18th May 1910', STERLING SILVER A505, dents, 80g; the spoon with engraved terminal and conforming inscription, 25g; the leather presentation box, John Byme Ltd, 10 Bold St Liverpool, Diamond Merchants Goldsmiths & Silversmiths, with domed hinged cover and blue velvet interior, some wear, 11cm high, 18cm wide, 14cm deep

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