Important South African Paintings, Furniture, Silver, Ceramics and Glass

Live Auction, 7 March 2011

Furniture, Silver, Ceramics, Glass, Paintings, Prints and Sculpture

Sold for

ZAR 11 125
Lot 1
  • A George II silver pap boat, maker's mark indistinct, London, 1736


Lot Estimate
ZAR 10 000 - 12 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
ZAR 11 125

About this Item

A George II silver pap boat, maker's mark indistinct, London, 1736

engraved with initals "WEE", 60g, 11cm long; a George III example, George Smith, London, 1782, the rim engraved with wrigglework, 50g, 11,5cm long; and another, George IV, maker's mark indistict, London, 1822, gilt interior, 95g, 11cm long

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