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Lot 95

Tuesday 06 Feb, 2018 - 10.00am

A late 19th Century Continental silver twin wager/drinking cup modelled in the form of a woman in full-length 16th/17th Century dress, the wide skirt forming a drinking goblet, embossed and engraved with bold floral ornament and bandings, her arms supporting a circular swivelling cup, 10ins high, by Bernard Muller, import mark for Chester 1898 (weight 11ozs - left arm broken but present)

Estimate £250 - 350 Sold for £220

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป