A Victorian silver swing handle sugar basket with Bristol blue glass liner c.1848
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|Maker||Joseph & Albert Savory, London|
A delightful antique Victorian silver swing handle sugar basket of circular tapering form with pierced open work and Bristol blue glass liner. The cast handle is looped and pierced. Standing on four pierced and cast feet.
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