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LOT 324
24th January 2018
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LOT 324
An early Victorian silver cylindrical mustard, the tappit hinged lid and body engraved with foliate scrolls and a vacant cartouche, London 1840 by Richard Pearce & George Burrows, height 7cm, together with a small group of other silver items, including a Danish spoon with shallow circular bowl, engraved with figures bordered by text, a salt, pepper caster and condiment spoon, and two Indian white metal bowls, decorated in relief with panels of deities.
Hammer price: £100
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