South African Art, Jewellery and Decorative Arts

Live Auction, 8 October 2012

Session 2
  • A Continental silver and enamel vesta case, maker's mark FBR, with import marks for London, 1928
  • A Continental silver and enamel vesta case, maker's mark FBR, with import marks for London, 1928


Lot Estimate
ZAR 2 500 - 3 500

About this Item

A Continental silver and enamel vesta case, maker's mark FBR, with import marks for London, 1928

rectangular, the hinged cover enamelled and painted with an Arabian scene, the reverse with engine-turned decoration, 6cm wide



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