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An early Victorian silver-gilt bottle stand
© LYON & TURNBULL, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

An early Victorian silver-gilt bottle stand with an associated green glass hock bottle and stopper Paul Storr, London, 1837-38 the stand of waisted cylindrical...

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