A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793
A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793
A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793
A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793
A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793
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A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 GBP

A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793

Estimate: 1,500 - 2,000 GBP

Lot Details

Description

A DUTCH SILVER THREE BOTTLE CRUET STAND, MAKER'S MARK (?)K, POSSIBLY CORNELIUS KNUYS, ROTTERDAM, 1793


The openwork trefoil frame with beaded rims and central flying scroll handle, husked swags between neo-classical columns, on three ball feet, the three panelled and faceted cut-glass bottles with diamond-point stoppers.

24.2cm., 9 ½ in. high

470gr., 15oz. 2dwt.


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Condition Report

Good clear marks to the centre of the underside. One of the larger bottles does not sit completely flush in the frame. A few smallchips around the stems and to the points of the stoppers. Otherwise good condition.


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