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Antiqe Silver or Silver plated pedastal Basket 4"

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Silver686 of 3110Antique Claude Doutre Roussel Rococo Style French Sterling Serving SpoonJ.FRAGET plate with Tiger Tank
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    Posted 5 years ago

    martinla56
    (153 items)

    Got this Antique Silver or Silver Plated Basket with Pedestal 4" There are Rhinestones attached to both sides in a Deco shape. Marks on bottom are C.R 467 Have no idea what this stands for or what the item was used for? Thinking this could be Art Deco?

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    1. Gillian, 5 years ago
      Could it be possible that it says CP and not CR. CP could stand for Canadian Pacific, but then CR could stand for Canadian Railway. Sorry - confusing aren't I. I don't know the dimensions but it could be a bread basket/bowl - the railroads had some pretty fancy dining cars.
    2. martinla56 martinla56, 5 years ago
      This is 4" Tall by 8 1/2' across the top

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