Online-Only Auction, 30 April - 7 May 2018

A Victorian silver gentleman's travelling shaving brush, Wright & Davies, London, 1873
Lot 38

Lot Estimate
R 800 - 1 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium and VAT
R 1 642
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A Victorian silver gentleman's travelling shaving brush, Wright & Davies, London, 1873


with engine-turned decoration, enclosing a detachable badger brush fitting, the cap stamped ‘TOULMIN & GALE, LONDON’, 14,5cm high, 55g all in; and a silver teapot stand, maker’s initials ‘JG’, apparently unmarked, oval, raised on four bracket feet, 15,6cm wide, 120g

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