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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 21

    A George II silver candlestick and three George II and George III tapersticks

    THE CANDLESTICK WITH MARK OF JOHN CAFE, LONDON, 1751, MAKER'S MARK WC, LONDON, 1770, LONDON, 1759, POSSIBLY MARK OF WILLIAM CAFE AND MAKER'S MARK W.P J.P, LONDON, 1764

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    A George II silver candlestick and three George II and George III tapersticks
    The candlestick with Mark of John Cafe, London, 1751, maker's mark WC, London, 1770, London, 1759, possibly mark of William Cafe and maker's mark W.P J.P, London, 1764
    Candlestick and one taperstick each on shaped circular base and with baluster stem, spool shaped socket and with shell angles, the other two on shaped square base and with baluster stem, spool shaped socket, only one with shell angles and one engraved with a crest, marked on base
    22.5 cm. high and smaller
    1104 gr. (4)


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