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A pair of Victorian silver circular salts
© CANTERBURY AUCTION GALLERIES, Canterbury, Kent, UK

A pair of Victorian silver circular salts with reeded mounts and embossed with floral ornament each 1.75ins diameter x 1.25ins high by Edward Charles Brown...


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