THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900
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THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 GBP

THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 GBP

Lot Details

Description

THREE DUTCH SILVER CASTERS, IN TWO SIZES, BEARING PSEUDO HALLMARKS | CIRCA 1900


The single of urn form with beaded rims and stiff-leaf border, the cover pierced with flowers below a swirl finial, on a square pedestal foot, 19.1cm., 7 1/2 in. high; the pair of larger urn form with similar beaded rims and foliate pierced high dome covers with pine cone finials, each on a circular pedestal foot.

23.5cm., 9 ¼ in. high

1050gr., 33oz. 14dwt. total


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Condition Report

All marks pseudo for Roelof Helweg, Amsterdam. The single of nice gauge with clear marks to the underside and rim of cover. Light wear to engraving. Good condition. The later pair of very good gauge with clear marks. Good condition.


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