pair silvergilt asprey sugar baskets

Pair Silver-Gilt Asprey Sugar Baskets.


Price

SOLD

Item Ref

28/932

Description

Pair silver-gilt sugar/sweetmeat baskets; of mid-19th century style with blue glass liners, these super pieces are of wirework "pail" form with applied foliate festoons to the body and matching decoration to the handles. The pale-lemon gilding is shown to wonderful effect against the blue background of the glass. Perfect condition and all the quality expected from this fine manufacturer/retailer. Absolutely stunning.
London. 1964. Asprey & Co. Ltd.
Height of each (with handle raised) 11cm.
Diameter of each 8cm.
Postage; by Royal Mail Special Delivery free of charge for deliveries within UK; outside UK deliveries by quotation.
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All items are professionally packed prior to posting.
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Internal Ref: 28/932



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