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Lot 47

Tuesday 11 Jun, 2019 - 10.00am

Two George III silver pepper pots, the domed lids with various finials, bulbous bases on circular footrims, each 5.25ins high, by Robert Peaston, London 1767 and 1768, a Georgian silver circular salt with shaped and moulded rim and embossed with flowers, on three hoof pattern feet, 2.75ins diameter x 2ins high, hallmarks rubbed, a silver mounted and cut glass mustard pot, a selection of silver teaspoons and other condiment spoons and flatware (combined weighable silver 19ozs)

Estimate £250 - 350 Sold for £250

Plus buyers premium of 27% ยป