ITEM #48

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BID: CLOSED
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$19
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BID DATE:
10/12/2018 04:05 PM
CURRENT BIDDER:
unicorn
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DESCRIPTION

(2) HAND MADE STERLING NAPKIN HOLDERS PLUS (3) SILVER NAPKIN RINGS

Age: 80+ years

Size: See Comments

Rating: 8 – 7

Comments: This lot contains five antique silver napkin holders. Three are round, all with approximately 1 1/2” inside diameter. A plain one with rope patterned edges marked 830S D, an Asian inspired one with raised floral detail which is marked HC along with an Asian character. This one is rated a 7 because it is split along the seam and has slight distortion. The last round one is eight sides and flared out to the edges. It is marked W & S and has three small hallmarks. It is engraved on one panel, “Phyllis”. This lot also contains two oblong napkin holders which have a hammered finish and are marked “Sterling, Hand Made, Lebolt” with a lion hallmark. They are in very good condition and are 30 mm wide. Raised letters “A” and “L” on one side of each.

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