TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816
TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816
TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816
TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816
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TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816

Estimate: 600 - 800 GBP

TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816

Estimate: 600 - 800 GBP

Lot Details

Description

TWO DUTCH SILVER BASKETS, ONE, H.A. DE MEIJER, THE HAGUE, 1827, THE SECOND, MAKER'S MARK MW, AMSTERDAM, 1816


The first pierced with diapers and with reeded rim and handle, on a spreading circular base, engraved 'par amour', 8.9cm., 3 1/2 in., the second, of flaring form with reeded rim, the body pierced with overlapping circular between strapwork borders, the underside engraved with a flower and dated 1862.

8.3cm., 3 ¼ in. diameter

146gr., 4oz. 12dwt.



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Condition Report

The first example with clear marks to underside. The pierced section is worn and split in places. The second example is in good crisp condition with clear marks to underside and body.


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