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Lot 81

Tuesday 08 Oct, 2013 - 10.00am

A late Victorian plain silver octagonal tea caddy of early 18th Century design with domed cover and sliding top, 4.25ins high, London 1894 (weight 4.5ozs - initialled "M M-J" and dated Jan. 25. 1908), in fitted case, a George V silver rectangular photograph frame with arched top and reeded mounts, 7ins x 4.25ins, London 1925, a pair of Edward VII silver topped scent/rose water bottles with hobnail cut bodies and screw-on covers, 5.75ins high, London 1909 (bodies badly chipped), a pair of late Victorian silver circular salts with gadroon mounts to rim, the bodies embossed with flowerheads and scroll work, each on three lions mask and paw feet, 3.25ins diameter x 1.5ins high, London 1894, and six silver napkin rings, various

Estimate £200 - 300 Sold for £520

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป