Lot 7    

Georgian Sterling Cake Basket
5/19/2012 - Spring Fine and Decorative Art
London, England, 1803. A sterling silver cake basket having repoussé floral designs, a pierced rim, and a swing handle; marked for London, Sterling, dated 1803, and hallmarked GS/TH for Geo. Smith II & Thos. Hayter; lg. 14.5 in., silver wt. 22.31ozt (694g).
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