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A George V silver salver, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, 1918
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Lot 51

A George V silver salver, Mappin & Webb Ltd, London, 1918


circular with wavy rim, raised on three c-scroll feet, engraved ‘MAPPIN & WEBB LTD’, oxidization, maker’s mark worn, 30cm diameter, 930g; a George V silver pierced dish, Cooper Brothers & Sons Ltd, Sheffield, 1929, circular with wavy rim, the rim pierced with foliate motifs, stamped ‘S2132’, 14,5cm diameter, 90g; and a silver-plate pierced basket, rectangular with gadrooned rim, the body set with pierced pales, raised on a tapering rectangular base, dents, 18cm wide

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Sold for R 5 500
Including Buyer's Premium and VAT R 6 449

Estimate R 5 500 - 6 000


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