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    Sale 2818

    European Noble and Private Collections

    31 March - 1 April 2009, Amsterdam

  • Lot 171

    A Dutch silver six-piece tea-service

    THE MAJORITY WITH MARK OF T.G. BENTVELT, AMSTERDAM, 1822, THE BISCUIT-BOX AND SPOON TRAY WITH MARK OF ZAANLANDSE ZILVERSMEDERIJ, AMSTERDAM AND HAARLEM, 1943

    Price Realised  

    A Dutch silver six-piece tea-service
    The majority with mark of T.G. Bentvelt, Amsterdam, 1822, the biscuit-box and spoon tray with mark of Zaanlandse zilversmederij, Amsterdam and Haarlem, 1943
    Shaped oblong and with reeded rims and seated lion finials, each on ball-shaped feet, comprising a teapot with hinged cover and wood handle; a milk-jug; a two-handled sugar-bowl; a spoon tray; and a bisuit box and tea caddy with hinged covers, the biscuit box with foot lacking, marked on rims, bases and covers
    The teapot 15 cm. high
    gross 2086 gr. (6)


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