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An Extremely Rare Victorian Silver Novelty Spice Pot

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Sold by: Jeff Sims Antiques


An extremely rare and unusual item of novelty Edwardian silver. This is a hallmarked silver spice pot, formed to resemble a bird about to take flight. The detailing is lovely with piercing to the head and a pull off lid at the tail feathers. It stand on a flat base for stability and represents a delightful and interesting piece of Edwardian table ware. Dimensions below.
Postage and packing 8.00 UK
16.00 Worldwide
Condition :- Excellent with no splits or dents.
Date :- London 1899.
Hallmarks :- Full set to base and corresponding part set to tail.
Maker :- Maurice Freeman.
Width :- 6.2 cms.
Height :- 5 cms.
Depth :- 2 cms. (base).
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Thank you for looking.
Internal Ref: 12148


This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as Victorian.


Height = 5 cm (2.0")
Width = 7 cm (2.8")
Depth = 2 cm (0.8")

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Jeff Sims Antiques
United Kingdom

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