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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 25

    Two George III Silver meat-dishes and a German silver sweetmeat dish

    MARK OF SEBASTIAN AND JAMES CRESPELL, LONDON, 1764, ONE UNMARKED, MARK OF KARL HESSENBERG, FRANKFURT AM MAIN, CIRCA 1760

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Two George III Silver meat-dishes and a German silver sweetmeat dish
    Mark of Sebastian and James Crespell, London, 1764, one unmarked, mark of Karl Hessenberg, Frankfurt am Main, circa 1760
    Shaped oval, each with gadrooned borders, the rim engraved with coat-of-arms in drapery mantling, the reverse with inscription: 'The Property of A.A.', marked on base; the sweetmeat dish shaped oval, fluted domed foot and dish, marked on base and dish
    37 cm. wide and 17.2 cm. wide
    2068 gr. (3)


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    Provenance

    Anonymous sale; Christie's New York, 29 October 1980, lot 168