SOLD! for $265.00.
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- High Estimate: $600.00
- Realized: $265.00
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Group of assorted silver and metal hollowware, primarily Southeast Asian or possibly Middle Eastern, includes a bowl with antelope and bird of paradise design, 3 1/3" diameter; a bowl encircled with 11 reserves depicting various possible zodiac symbols including elephant, rooster, snake and ox, with medallion symbol to underside, possibly Burmese, 4 1/4" diameter (appears possibly 18th century or earlier); parcel-gilt large cup with handle and engraved band of leaf design to upper body, leaf and flower overlaid handle, 5 1/3" diameter; and a small brass and silver ewer with bird and flower design, 4 1/4"H, likely late 19th to early 20th century plated (not weighed). Weight of first 3 items is 12.86 total oz troy. Provenance: Estate of Bill Zarnon, Gatlinburg, Tenn. Condition: All items exhibit surface wear and small dents/scratches. They have been left unpolished. CONDITION: All items exhibit surface wear and small dents/scratches. They have been left unpolished.