A PAIR OF EDWARD VII CHINOISERIE ENGRAVED SILVER JARS, COVER...

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£1000 - £1500

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A PAIR OF EDWARD VII CHINOISERIE ENGRAVED SILVER JARS, COVERS AND STANDS IN WILLIAM AND MARY STYLE the domed cover with flower knop, the shouldered jar with applied tracery to the neck and finely engraved with a Chinese man or woman, dragon, flowers and strapwork, on openwork stand with saw tooth rim, 19cm h, by C T & G Fox, London 1901, 35ozs

Provenance: Purchased from Marks Antiques, London, 2002.

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Fine quality and condition; traces of gilding, maker's mark on shoulder on one caddy rubbed, of heavy gauge, free from dents or splits, no repair. The engraving not worn, the piercing undamaged

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Auction Date: 18th Sep 19 at 10am

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Sale Dates:
18th Sep 2019 10am (Lots 1 to 782)

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