South African and International Art, Decorative Arts

Online  |  8:00am Mon 30 Apr 2018 8:00pm Mon 7 May 2018


Select a Session

Go to Lot

Click on the image to zoom

Lot 36

A William IV silver snuff box, Thomas Parker, Birmingham, 1834
rectangular with reeded borders, engraved with geometric motifs and flowerheads, foliate thumbpiece, silver-gilt interior, 6,5cm wide, 40g; a Victorian silver snuff box, George Unite, Birmingham, 1875, rectangular, with wavy border engraved with a crisscross ground, the front with a shield-shaped vacant cartouche, foliate thumbpiece, 5cm wide, 35g; an Edward VII silver striker, Samuel M Levi, Birmingham, 1902, engraved with a rectangular vacant cartouche enclosed by foliage, with fixed loop, 3,8cm wide, 15g; and a Russian silver striker, St Petersburg, the hinged hammered body engraved with a crescent moon, millegrain-set with white stones, and a star set with a red stone, 4,3cm high, 20g (4)

Sold for R 4 500
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 5 276

Estimate R 2 000 - 3 000

Click here to view all the results

Lot Images Select an image below to view

Other lots that might interest you

Lot 26
A George III silver tankard, Thomas & Richard Payne, London, 1779

R 2 000 - 3 000

Lot 35
A miscellaneous silver Fiddle pattern part service, various makers, various towns, 1807-1885  

R 7 000 - 9 000

Lot 58
A set of six Dutch silver tea straws, maker’s initials ‘G.Z.’, early 20th century, .833 standard

R 800 - 1 000

Lot 28
A George III silver cream jug, Charles Hougham, London, 1787

R 900 - 1 000

Lot 61
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

Lot 32
A George III silver cream jug, maker’s marks indistinct, London, 1794

R 1 200 - 1 500