A pair of vase shaped two handled silver golf trophy cups and covers. (c.1936)
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|Weight||342g (11 troy oz the pair)|
A pair of vase shaped two handled silver golf trophy cups and covers, partly chased with flowers and acanthus leaves. Good cast figures of a golfer for the finials all standing on a chased circular pedestal base and two black plinths.
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