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Sylvia Plath | Three household objects formerly belonging to her

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Estimate:

200

to
- 300 GBP

Sylvia Plath | Three household objects formerly belonging to her

Sylvia Plath | Three household objects formerly belonging to her

Estimate:

200

to
- 300 GBP

Lot sold:

11,340

GBP

Sylvia Plath--Household objects


Three items:


i) Staved teak serving tray, 610 x 285mm, Jens Quistaard stamp on underside, Denmark, [c.1960s], paint stains and other marks, splitting, some loss to underside


ii) Cloisonné tray patterned with sprays of foliage in silver and bronze on a black background, 310 x 235mm, stained and worn 


iii) Commemorative enamel mug, for the diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria, incorporating a portrait and a depiction of Windsor Castle, 100 x 87mm, 1897, design faded, extensively chipped 


The enamel cup (iii) was used by Plath to keep pens and was kept on her desk at Court Green in Devon.

Condition is described in the main body of the cataloguing, where appropriate


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