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Lot: 676
Have silver and silver plated pieces. Early 20th C

Set consisting of ten pieces made of Turkish silver, Turkish silver, German silver and Polish silver. It consists of:

- Two cups made of punched Turkish silver, 900 law. Circa 1900. Engraved and embossed floral decoration on the base. Drafts in the tank. Glass bowl. 9.5cm high.

- Three German silver markers from the Gebrueder Hepp manufacture. In the shape of a crown topped with a moon and a star, possible Turkish commission. Pp. S. XX.

- Two cups made of Polish silver from the Norblin & Co Galw Warszawa (Warsaw) manufacture. Circa 1900. Openwork tank with vegetal decoration, clusters and scallops. 8 cm high.

- Two centers made in German silver from the WMF (Württembergische Metallwarenfabrik) manufacture Circa 1900. Openwork tank. Vegetal and geometric decoration. Roleo handles that end in a butterfly. Cobalt blue glass bowl. 13 cm high.

- A boat made of glass and silver metal. S. XX. Openwork and roped geometric decoration. 14cm high.

Ten pieces in silver and silver

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