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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 219

    Two various dutch silver and steel scissors, a needle-case and a knitting needle holder

    MARK OF J. ROSEN, GRONINGEN, CIRCA 1815, THE NEEDLE-CASE MARK OF CORNELIS VAN HOEK, AMSTERDAM, 1807-1809, THE THIRD MARK OF DIRK HOEP, HOORN, 1786 AND MARK OF HENDRIK JONKER, LEEUWARDEN, 1810

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    Two various dutch silver and steel scissors, a needle-case and a knitting needle holder
    Mark of J. Rosen, Groningen, circa 1815, the needle-case mark of Cornelis van Hoek, Amsterdam, 1807-1809, the third mark of Dirk Hoep, Hoorn, 1786 and mark of Hendrik Jonker, Leeuwarden, 1810
    The first pair of scissors with foliage and birds, the needle case shaped as a folded umbrella, the tapering partly twisted knitting needle holder with the portrait medallion of Zoutman, the second pair of scissors with four cupids, marked on bodies
    17 cm. long and smaller
    35 gr (weighable silver) (4)


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    Provenance

    B.W.G. Wttewaall collection (inventory nos. V185, V375, V537, V567).


    Literature

    B.W.G. Wttewaall, Nederlands Klein Zilver, Abcoude, 2003, pp. 120-121, ill. 332 (middle), 336 (right), pp. 131-132, ill. 368 (left), and p. 133, ill. 374.