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    Sale 2767

    Catalogue I. Dutch and Foreign Silver, Objects of Vertu and Judaica. Catalogue II The Wttewaall Silver Collection

    10 December 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 88

    A dutch silver nutmeg-grater, a breadbasket, a salver, a caster, a sweetmeat-basket, a match-holder, an inkwell, a matchbox and three wine-labels

    THE FIRST BY G. GREUP, SCHOONHOVEN, CIRCA 1890, THE BREADBASKET BY VAN KEMPEN, THE INKWELL, LONDON, 1902, THE OTHERS ALL, THE NETHERLANDS, 19TH/20TH CENTURY

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    A dutch silver nutmeg-grater, a breadbasket, a salver, a caster, a sweetmeat-basket, a match-holder, an inkwell, a matchbox and three wine-labels
    The first by G. Greup, Schoonhoven, circa 1890, the breadbasket by van Kempen, the inkwell, London, 1902, the others all, the Netherlands, 19th/20th century
    The circular gartere with folding case engraved with stippled design and greek key band, oval boatshaped openwork breadbasket with two lion ring handles, square shaped salver, vase-shaped caster (finial for a cruet-frame), oval openwork sweetmeat-basket, engraved coal-bucket-shaped match-holder, Ocatgonal plain silver and glass lined inkwell, engraved matchbox, three shaped wine labels on for 'sherry', 'liqueur de canaille' and 'whiskij', marked on bodies
    23.6 cm. long and smaller
    1080 gr. (11)


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    Provenance

    Kasteel Biljoen, Velp.