TWO DUTCH SILVER SALVERS, HENDRICK VAN HEUVEN AND PETER SCHEERS, ARNHEM AND NIJMEGEN, CIRCA 1740 AND 1758
the first engraved with arms under coronet and on short reel-shaped foot, the second with partly matted foliate scrolls at the angles and on four fluted bracket feet
marked on bases
36 oz 10 dwt
length 7¾ and 10¾ in.
19.8 and 27.5 cm
The first with minor nick on top above the arms, the second recently buffed.
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