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Lot 88

Saturday 05 Jun, 2021 - 10.00am

An Early Victorian Silver Milk Jug and Mixed Silverware, the milk jug, by E.J. & E.W. Barnard, London 1838, with moulded bulbous body engraved with leaf and C-scroll ornament and two cartouches, cast panel feet, 6.5ins high, an Edward VII pierced and embossed ovoid dish, Chester 1901, 10ins x 5.75ins, an Elizabeth II silver three piece condiment set of "Georgian" design, Birmingham 1955, the rectangular bodies with gadroon and shell mounts to rim, each on four pad ???, two silver rectangular cigarette boxes, and sundry small silver items, combined weighable silver 40ozs

Estimate £400 - 600 Sold for £720

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป