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Lot 78

Saturday 05 Jun, 2021 - 10.00am

A George VII Silver Urn Pattern Sugar Castor of "18th Century" Design, and Mixed Silverware, the castor, makers mark rubbed, Birmingham 1934, with domed and panelled cover with turned finial, the body with Celtic banding, 7.75ins high, a George V silver three-piece condiment set, by Mappin & Webb, Sheffield 1929, with octagonal urn shaped bodies, comprising - salt, mustard pot (both with clear glass liners), and pepper pot, and an early George III silver urn pattern pepper pot, probably London 1766, 3.75ins high, weighable silver 19ozs

Estimate £225 - 275 Sold for £280

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป