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Lot 1251

Tuesday 10 Jun, 2014 - 12.00am

An Edward VII silver mounted coromandel wood three bottle tantalus, the case with shaped ends and heavy plated locking bar and handle, containing three slice and diamond cut octagonal spirit decanters, 7ins high, and conforming bulbous stoppers, the base with pierced silver strapwork, 16.25ins x 6.25ins x 12.75ins high (locking bar stamped Betjemann's Patent, London, No. 52454 and complete with key but non-operative)

Estimate £300 - 400 Sold for £700

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป