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    Sale 5898

    Christie's Interiors

    6 January 2009, London, South Kensington

  • Lot 27

    TWO VERY SIMILAR DUTCH SILVER-GILT TEA CADDIES

    MAKER'S MARK PROBABLY A DEER IN AN OVAL PUNCH, UNIDENTIFIED, AMSTERDAM, 1732/1737, WITH LATER TAX MARK FOR HAARLEM 1795 /1806

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    Estimate

    TWO VERY SIMILAR DUTCH SILVER-GILT TEA CADDIES
    MAKER'S MARK PROBABLY A DEER IN AN OVAL PUNCH, UNIDENTIFIED, AMSTERDAM, 1732/1737, WITH LATER TAX MARK FOR HAARLEM 1795 /1806
    INVERTED PEAR SHAPE ON SPREADING GADROON-EDGED FOOT, BODIES CHASED WITH TASSELS AND LATTICE-WORK PANELS ON TEXTURED GROUND ABOVE A BAND OF OVERLAPPING LEAFAGE, PULL-OFF COVERS WITH KNOP FINIALS
    5½ IN. (14 CM.) HIGH
    9 OZ. (287 GR.) (2)


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    Provenance

    THE DUKE OF ATHOLL; CHRISTIE'S LONDON, 29 NOVEMBER 2007, LOT 615