11th January 2020 9:30 GMT/BST

Jewellery, Watches & Silver

 
Lot 3042
 

3042

A Victorian Silver Punch-Bowl, by William Hutton and Sons, London, 1900, in the form of a Queen...

A Victorian Silver Punch-Bowl, by William Hutton and Sons, London, 1900, in the form of a Queen Anne monteith, tapering cylindrical and on spreading foot, the body part fluted and with lion-mask cast drop-ring handles, engraved on each side with an inscription to Joseph Francis Chance on his retirement from the Department of the Treasury Solicitor, on ebonised wood base, 22cm high excluding base, 58oz 12dwt

Sold for £1,400
Estimated at £500 - £800


 

. Fully marked near rim. The drop-ring handles each part marked with lion passant and leopards head. The marks are generally clear. There is some overall surface scratching and wear, consistent with age and use. The wear is noticeable as a minor softening to the high points and to the engraving. There is a bruise to the left of one cartouche and the base has been pushed slightly up into the body. There are some scuffs and marks to the ebonised wood base.

Auction: Jewellery, Watches & Silver, 11th January 2020

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