Lot 92

A collection of Victorian and later silver cruet wares, comprising a Victorian single handled circular form mustard pot with shell mount and engraved 'D' initial to its lid and pierced decoration to its body and blue glass liner, George Frederick Pinnell, London 1841, 10 by 7.5 by 6cm high, together with a pair of cauldron salts, each with tripod bases with shell mounts, Birmingham 1893, 6 by 2.7cm high, together with two associated two ERII condiment spoons, Ray Hall, Birmingham 1991, one 8cm long the other 7.5cm long, overall 6.9toz. (1 bag)
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Final Entries: 30th October

Afternoon / Evening - Specialist Quarterly Sale including antique and modern jewellery, collectable and vintage watches, costume jewellery, antique and modern silver and gold, objects of vertu, coins and tokens.

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