Important Paintings, Furniture, Silver and Ceramics

Live Auction, 8 October 2009

Part I - Silver
  • A George III 18ct gold vinaigrette, possibly Peter Delauney, London, with the English duty mark for gold 1798 - 1821, early 19th century


Lot Estimate
ZAR 15 000 - 18 000

About this Item

A George III 18ct gold vinaigrette, possibly Peter Delauney, London, with the English duty mark for gold 1798 - 1821, early 19th century

oval, engine-turned with arrow-head borders, the hinged cover engraved with an initialled cartouche, the base cartouche with a flowerhead, 35g, 4cm wide



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