A George III silver cream jug, maker’s marks indistinct, London, 1794 helmet-shaped, the body with beaded border, the front engraved with the initials ‘M.B.A.’, raised on a square base, repairs to the handle and footrim, 13cm high, 85g
This lot did not sell
Estimate R 1 200 - 1 500
It might still be available, contact us if you're interested.
Age-appropriate wear. Overall minor dents and scratches. Distortion to the footrim. Maker’s mark slightly worn.
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A pair of Neo-Classical style silver candlesticks, maker's mark, possibly an unrecorded mark of Wolf & Knell, Hanau, circa 1905
R 20 000 - 25 000
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