A pair of silver pepperettes by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 19...

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A pair of silver pepperettes by Adie Brothers, Birmingham 1936-37, of baluster form on stepped circular foot with pull-off covers, each 7cm high, together with a pair of Edwardian silver pepperettes by Haseler Brothers, Chester 1902, each 6.5cm high, and a pair of Victorian silver pepperettes, each 5.3cm high, gross weight of group 4.29ozt (6)

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Adie Brothers examples: Condition is good, neither shows signs of major denting, splitting or thinning. Both pull-off lids securing correctly, nne nozzle appears slightly thicker then the other. Both sit flat on a level surface. General scratches, wear and tear consistent with age and use.

Haseler example: Condition is good. Both show some minor denting to pull off lids. Lids securing correctly. No signs of thinning, splitting, major damage or repair. Both sit flat on a level surface. General scratches, wear and tear consistent with age and use.

Victorian examples: Good, both have small dents across the surface, and general scratching, wear and tear consistent with age and use. No signs of thinning, splitting, major damage or repair. Lids securing correctly. Both sit flat on a level surface. General scratches, wear and tear consistent with age and use.

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Auction Date: 19th Sep 2020 at 9am

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Sale Dates:
19th Sep 2020 9am (Lots 1 to 824)