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A impressive silver-gilt model of a cock pheasant, John Alexander Fettes, Glasgow, 1913

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 GBP

A impressive silver-gilt model of a cock pheasant, John Alexander Fettes, Glasgow, 1913

A impressive silver-gilt model of a cock pheasant, John Alexander Fettes, Glasgow, 1913

Estimate:

8,000 - 12,000 GBP

A impressive silver-gilt model of a cock pheasant

John Alexander Fettes, Glasgow

1913


accurately tooled and modelled on an oval base simulating a rock strewn grassy floor, marked on body and foot,

82cm., 32¼in. long

2589gr., 83oz. 5dwt.

Minor little dents, but generally good condition and good clear marks. The tail is slightly bent downwards. Minor wear to the gilding


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