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Description

Lot 7

Tuesday 06 Feb, 2018 - 10.00am

A late Victorian silver baluster-shaped hot water pot the domed cover with turned finial, cut card decoration to cover and body, bead mounts, and with wooden scroll handle, 7.75ins high, by F.B. Thomas & Co, 153 New Bond Street, London 1879 (gross weight 12ozs - crested and hallmarks rubbed), and an Edward VII silver oval baluster-shaped lidded jug with engraved cut card ornament to body, with ebonised C-scroll handle and finial, 7ins high, by Daniel and John Wellby, London 1901 (gross weight 12ozs - finial loose)

Estimate £200 - 300 Sold for £200

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป