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Auction archive: Lot number 225

A gentleman's dress set, circa 1885/90, and a group of different sets of buttons

Royal and Noble
14 Jan 2021
Estimate
£300 - £500
ca. US$401 - US$669
Price realised:
n. a.
Auction archive: Lot number 225

A gentleman's dress set, circa 1885/90, and a group of different sets of buttons

Royal and Noble
14 Jan 2021
Estimate
£300 - £500
ca. US$401 - US$669
Price realised:
n. a.
Beschreibung:

A gentleman's dress set, circa 1885/90 and a group of different sets of buttons comprising six coral buttons, each set with a gold serpent with garnet eyes, the matching tie pin with an intertwined serpent around the coral centre, apparently unmarked; a set of six large buttons and six small counter buttons chased with a couple in ruined landscape, the husband playing the mandoline, framed by scrollwork, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, 1901, in fitted velvet-lined case; a set of seven big and six small silver buttons with engraved intial M below a coronet, the reverse struck: Pitt & Co., 31 Maddox St., W.London, in fitted case; a set of four large and four small domed 9 ct gold buttons with a textured surface, in a case stamped: Hinds Ltd, London; a set of six gold buttons engraved with a crest above the motto 'Wahrheit und Ehre', struck '10' in circular lozenge, in a fitted case stamped for the court jeweller: R. & W. Sorley, 93 St. Vincent St. Glasgow; a set of six cloisonné enamel buttons centred with flowers, the reverse marked: E. M Paris, in a fitted case; a set of six gilt-metal buttons with ivory base, in circular fitted case;ranging from 1cm., 3/8 in. diameter to 2.5cm., 1 in diameter77Condition reportgentlemen's dress set: one of the buttons needs to be re-attached, the tie pin possibly later; some general light surface wear; the cloisonne enamel buttons with small traces of restoration The lot is sold in the condition it is in at the time of sale. The

Auction archive: Lot number 225
Auction:
Datum:
14 Jan 2021
Auction house:
Sotheby's
London
Beschreibung:

A gentleman's dress set, circa 1885/90 and a group of different sets of buttons comprising six coral buttons, each set with a gold serpent with garnet eyes, the matching tie pin with an intertwined serpent around the coral centre, apparently unmarked; a set of six large buttons and six small counter buttons chased with a couple in ruined landscape, the husband playing the mandoline, framed by scrollwork, Levi & Salaman, Birmingham, 1901, in fitted velvet-lined case; a set of seven big and six small silver buttons with engraved intial M below a coronet, the reverse struck: Pitt & Co., 31 Maddox St., W.London, in fitted case; a set of four large and four small domed 9 ct gold buttons with a textured surface, in a case stamped: Hinds Ltd, London; a set of six gold buttons engraved with a crest above the motto 'Wahrheit und Ehre', struck '10' in circular lozenge, in a fitted case stamped for the court jeweller: R. & W. Sorley, 93 St. Vincent St. Glasgow; a set of six cloisonné enamel buttons centred with flowers, the reverse marked: E. M Paris, in a fitted case; a set of six gilt-metal buttons with ivory base, in circular fitted case;ranging from 1cm., 3/8 in. diameter to 2.5cm., 1 in diameter77Condition reportgentlemen's dress set: one of the buttons needs to be re-attached, the tie pin possibly later; some general light surface wear; the cloisonne enamel buttons with small traces of restoration The lot is sold in the condition it is in at the time of sale. The

Auction archive: Lot number 225
Auction:
Datum:
14 Jan 2021
Auction house:
Sotheby's
London
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