Lot 333
  • 333

A SMALL QUANTITY OF CONTINENTAL SILVER ITEMS, VARIOUS TOWNS AND MAKERS, 17TH/18TH CENTURY

Estimate
3,000 - 5,000 GBP
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4,375 GBP
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Description

comprising: A Belgian holy water stoop, maker’s mark an indistinct device, Antwerp, probably 1659/60, refashioned to include later frame and circular embossed and chased plaquette; A German or Swiss silver-gilt beaker, circa 1680, embossed with Rebecca at the Well, associated cover formed from a 17th century plaquette of Susannah and the Elders, maker’s mark a plant, town mark W; A Dutch parcel-gilt beaker, mid-17th century, engraved with male and female profiles, birds and pendant fruit, maker’s mark only, possibly a bird; and a Scandinavian seven-sided cup, engraved with contemporary initials in a shield, the other six panels with lively male and female personages, border inscribed jørgen ion sen: gvri pedersens datter, on bracketed stem and faceted foot, unmarked
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