A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767
A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767
A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767
A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767
A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767
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A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767

Estimate: 600 - 800 GBP

A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767

Estimate: 600 - 800 GBP

Lot Sold:750GBP

Lot Details

Description

A DUTCH SILVER TWO-HANDLED SWEETMEAT BOWL, DAVID DE KLERK, HAARLEM, 1767


Oval form with chased rocaille flaring rim, hinged foliate handles with scrolling supports, the body chased with scrolling rocaille, on four hoof feet.

10.8cm., 4 ¼ in. long

89gr., 2oz. 17dwt.


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Condition Report

Good clear marks to underside. Light gauge, No obvious, splits, breaks or repairs.


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Provenance

Acquired by J.M. Morpurgo before 1940

Works of Art from the Morpurgo Collection
Online bidding closed08 Nov 2018 | 06:03 PM GMT