20th Mar, 2019 10:00

Fine Pictures, Silver & Jewellery Auction

  Lot 53

An early George III silver ink stand

An early George III silver ink stand, Edward Aldridge II, London 1762, the stand of rectangular form with gadrooned rim and raised on four ball and claw feet, housing three silver topped glass wells, 21.5cm wide, total weighable silver approx 11.5oz

Sold for £420

Condition Report
Hallmarks clear, mounts to glass wells not marked, small chips to bases of glass jars and a few small nibbles, general wear throughout but no significant visible damage just general wear, refer to images

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