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Johann Engelbrecht and others German silver-gilt travelling set
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Johann Engelbrecht and others German silver-gilt travelling set
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Johann Engelbrecht and others German silver-gilt travelling set
Engraved with strap and diaperwork, applied oval vignettes, comprising:
two-handled ecuelle, cover and stand, Johann Engelbrecht, 1719-1723 ; double-lidded spice box, Johann Georg Wolhaupter, 1736-1737; egg cup, Philipp Jakob Jäger I, 1729-1723 ; tables poon and steel bladed table knife, Albrecht Bernhard Müller, 1765-1767, later engraved with the initials O.A ; table fork, Johann Jakob Schoap I, 1765-1767, engraved with the same initials ; teaspoon-cum-marrow scoop, Abraham Warnberger III, 1745-1747 ; silver-gilt mounted engraved glass beaker, possibly later ; In brass-mounted leather-covered case with restored gilt-tape and burgundy-coloured velvet lining
Quantity: 10
case 34.5cm, 13 3/4in
1070gr, 34oz 8dwt of weighable silver
Augsburg, 1719-1767
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Literature

Exh. Cat. Couven-Museum Aachen, 2003, no. 98

Catalogue Note

Johann Engelbrecht was born in 1673. He became a master goldsmith in 1704, married Anna Susanna Pfeiffelmann in 1705 and died in 1748.
Philipp Jakob Jäger I was baptised in 1685. He married in 1715 and became a master goldsmith the same year. He married a second time in 1724 and died in 1763.
Albrecht Bernhard Müller was born in 1723. He became a master goldsmith in 1761 and married Barbara Regina, the daughter of goldsmith Emanuel Ostertag, a year later. He died in 1800.
Johann Jakob Schoap I was born around 1697. He became a master goldsmith in 1725, married twice and died in 1774.
Abraham Warnberger III, the son of Erhard I, was born in 1670. He became a master goldsmith in 1702, married twice and died in 1753.

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