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A Sheffield silver-plate double coaster trolley and decanters, maker’s initials ‘H & Co’, 19th century
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Lot 40

A Sheffield silver-plate double coaster trolley and decanters, maker’s initials ‘H & Co’, 19th century


the pierced circular coaster frame raised on a stepped moulded base, set with a turned wooden coaster and central boss, the centre with a pair of beaded open frames, raised on a pair of fixed back wheels and a pair of rotating front wheels, with foliate-and-ribbon-tied ring handle, each glass decanter with faceted neck, the globular body cut with printies, star-cut base, with mushroom-shaped stopper, one coaster with some distortion, the frame 41cm long, the decanter 31,5cm high

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This lot did not sell

Estimate R 6 000 - 8 000


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