1334
1334
A fine laquered and silver box and cover, signed 'P. Stagman Fecit'
Amsterdam, circa 1770
Estimate
8001,200
LOT SOLD. 840 EUR
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1334
A fine laquered and silver box and cover, signed 'P. Stagman Fecit'
Amsterdam, circa 1770
Estimate
8001,200
LOT SOLD. 840 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Crowns and Coronets 2006

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Amsterdam

A fine laquered and silver box and cover, signed 'P. Stagman Fecit'
Amsterdam, circa 1770
circular, the lid inset with a silver and parcel-gilt relief plaque with the equestrian figure of Prince William V of Orange (1748-1806), the reverse inscribed: WILLEM DE Ve PRINS VAN ORANGE, ERFSTADTHOUDER, CAPITEIN EN ADMIRAAL, GENERAAL DER VEREENIGDEN NEDERLANDEN / Ps Stagman Fecit
Quantity: 2
diam. 7.7cm
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Catalogue Note

Petrus Stagman was the son of Jeremias Stagman, who was also a silversmith. Jeremias was born in Erfurt but settled in amsterdam in 1925. His two sons, Egidius and Petrus both followed their father's footsteps and became silversmiths. Although Petrus trained in his father's workshop, he became an independent Master in 1740, the same year as his brother received Master.

Crowns and Coronets 2006

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Amsterdam