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Three decorative Victorian silvergilt spoons,
© WOOLLEY & WALLIS, Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK

Three decorative Victorian silvergilt spoons, six various Dutch silvergilt examples (18th and 19th century), two other Dutch examples, a late 17th Dutch...

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