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Description

Lot 682

Tuesday 10 Jul, 2012 - 10.00am

A late 19th Century Russian silver and champleve enamel rectangular domed top casket enamelled in colours with bold scroll and geometric motifs and with two folding handles to sides, with hasp pattern catch to front, on bracket feet, 108mm x 65mm x 62mm high (weight 13ozs - Moscow mark and Assay Master's mark for Alexander Semirnov (1878-1895, Moscow, and dated 1894, and also with maker's mark thought to be Maria V. Semenova)

Estimate £4,000 - 5,000

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป