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PROPERTY OF A GERMAN PRINCESS

Composite German and Dutch table silver, various dates and makers
LOT SOLD. 1,250 GBP
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PROPERTY OF A GERMAN PRINCESS

Composite German and Dutch table silver, various dates and makers
LOT SOLD. 1,250 GBP
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Details & Cataloguing

Of Royal and Noble Descent

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Composite German and Dutch table silver, various dates and makers
mainly Thread pattern, comprising: ten table spoons; four, D. Pijzel, The Hague, circa 1830, five, Reils, Berlin, 1848-54; ten table forks; five, D. Pijzel, The Hague, circa 1830, five, Reils. Berlin, 1848-54; ten dessert knives and ten dessert forks, Koch & Bergfeld, Bremen, circa 1900, a serving ladle and a straining ladle, Reils, Berlin, 1848-54; twelve table knives, predominantly Reils, Berlin, circa 1860, all engraved with the monogram M below a princely crown, together with ten Fiddle & Thread pattern dessert spoons and six fish knives, Humbert & Sohn, Berlin, circa 1860, and a Dutch serving slice, Van Kempen, Voorschoten, circa 1900, engraved with a mirror monogram CC below a princely crown 
3295gr., 106oz. excluding loaded knives
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Catalogue Note

The table silver engraved with the royal crown and monogram M is that of Princess Marianne of the Netherlands (1810-83), daughter of King William I and his wife Wilhelmine of Prussia.

Of Royal and Noble Descent

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London