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C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

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C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

from One Kings Lane

C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

from One Kings Lane

C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

from One Kings Lane

C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

from One Kings Lane

C.1850 English Covered Tureens, Pair

Antique English Covered Tureens | One Kings Lane | Circa 1840s matched pair of very fine antique covered English tureens on paw feet. Gadrooned edges and hand-engraved lion emblem. No maker's mark | silverplate | 9.5"w x 4.75"d x 5.25"h | 459.00

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Irish parcel-gilt silver Celtic revival large yacht trophy, maker's mark RS probably for Richard Sherwin, Dublin, 1853 the base mounted with eight posts modeled as multiple human and wolf masks rising from Celtic interlace and ropework, all surrounding an octofoil pedestal engraved with Celtic initials of the yacht club, the baluster stem decorated with further masks, strapwork, and ropes and supporting a nautilus shell in strapwork cradle

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