Lot Number : 2065

  •  Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving  by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833
  •  Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving  by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833
  •  Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving  by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833
  •  Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving  by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833
  •  Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving  by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833

Description : Early 19th century walrus ivory watch stand, the two supports Scrimshaw worked with flower vases, cottages, sailing vessels and walrus, the rectangular base with a study of Whitby Old Draw-Bridge, together with a brass anchor, W27cm, H34cm, Note: The Bridge image is similar to the early 19th century engraving by Pickernel, printed by Abraham. Removal of this Bridge began in 1833

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