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A Victorian silver-plate two-handled presentation tray, possibly Bradbury & Sons, 24 August 1861
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Lot 39

A Victorian silver-plate two-handled presentation tray, possibly Bradbury & Sons, 24 August 1861


oval, the centre with a vacant oval cartouche enclosed by acanthus leaves, vases of fruit, lion-masks and reeds of foliage, the rim embossed with alternating cartouches of military scenes flanked by 'Victory', the reeded handles applied with acanthus leaves, oak leaves and acorns, raised on an oval base, with registration mark for 24 August 1861, 75,5cm wide over handles

Sold for R 10 000
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 11 725

Estimate R 10 000 - 12 000


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