South African and International Art, Decorative Arts

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A pair of George III silver salts, William Abdy II, London, 1793
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Lot 31

A pair of George III silver salts, William Abdy II, London, 1793


each of navette-form with reeded rim, raised on an oval footrim, scratches, dents, 12,5cm wide over handles, 185g all in; and a pair of Scottish silver ‘Kings pattern’ salt spoons, Alexander Henderson, J W Howden & Co, Edinburgh, 1821, each terminal engraved with the initial ‘B’, gilt bowl, 35g all in

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Sold for R 2 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 2 345

Estimate R 1 800 - 2 000


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