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Lot 93: A FINE EARLY VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER COMPORT, WILLIAM BATEMAN II, LONDON 1839

Four Single Owner Collections (and other vendors)

by Leonard Joel

December 4, 2016

Woollahra, Australia

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Description: A FINE EARLY VICTORIAN STERLING SILVER COMPORT, WILLIAM BATEMAN II, LONDON 1839
The acanthus repousse rim above open lattice band, the bowl raised from grapevine moulded base, with coronet armorial 19.5 high x 24cm diameter, 1492 grams



PROVENANCE:
The Collection of Richard ''Dick'' (1913-1989) and Joan Crebbin

Condition Report: Mostly in good order, one small ding to underside of bowl and engraved lion passant coronet to interior of bowl, refer to photo.


The opinions expressed in the condition reports are a guide only and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Prospective buyers are encouraged to inspect articles for sale at our pre-sale viewing where Leonard Joel staff are available for advice.
Leonard Joel makes no guarantee of the originality of mechanical or applied components. Absence of reference to such modifications does not imply that a lot is free from modifications.

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