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This George III silver-gilt tray, an example of the work of London silversmith, James Young, is estimated at £150,000-200,000 as part of the SJ Phillips sale on October 18.

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After nearly 150 years in Bond Street, Mayfair jewellers SJ Phillips has recently moved to a smaller space in nearby Bruton Street. As part of the ‘downsizing’, the firm has consigned 250 lots to Sotheby’s for a dedicated sale titled SJ Phillips: A Bond Street Legacy.

The October 18 sale will feature English and continental silver and antique jewels from SJ Phillips’ stock. Estimates range from £100 to over £200,000.

Among the highlights is this George III silver-gilt tray, an example of the work of London silversmith, James Young. It dates to 1791 and bears the coat of arms of John James Hamilton, 1st Marquess of Abercorn.

Estimate £150,000-200,000.

sothebys.com