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Lot 31Tuesday 08 Apr, 2014 - 10.00am
A William IV silver baluster shaped cream jug with shaped rim, on three splayed paw feet, 6ins high, possibly by Edward & John Barnard (maker's mark rubbed), London 1836, a George V silver oval cream jug with gadrooned rim, 3.5ins high, by C.S. Harris & Sons Ltd, London 1915 (gross weight 8ozs), and a 19th Century Russian silver bulbous milk jug with silver gilt interior, 5ins high (with marks for 84 Standard, dated 1826 and with assay master's mark possibly for Michael Karpinsky to base - weight 8ozs)