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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 350

    Three Dutch silver sewing baskets

    MARK OF WILLEM MILBORN, MIDDELBURG, 1810, MARK OF ROELAND ANTHONY VERLEGH, BREDA, 1821, MARK OF ARNOLDUS SCHUT, AMSTERDAM, 1809

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Three Dutch silver sewing baskets
    Mark of Willem Milborn, Middelburg, 1810, mark of Roeland Anthony Verlegh, Breda, 1821, mark of Arnoldus Schut, Amsterdam, 1809
    Shaped circular, openworked body with acanthus leaves; the second shaped circular, open worked body overlapping arches and scrolling foliage; the third navette-shaped, openworked body with arches, ovals and foliage, beaded upper rim and swing handle, marked on bases and body
    9.6 cm. wide
    182 gr. (3)


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    Provenance

    B.W.G. Wttewaall collection (inventory nos. G103, G237, G337).