A large dutch silver tray, two braziers, a wood spoonbox and a sweetmeat basket
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A large dutch silver tray, two braziers, a wood spoonbox and a sweetmeat basket

STAPED, G.SCHOORL, THE BRAZIERS BOTH CIRCA 1825, THE SPOONBOX, CIRCA 1900, THE SWEETMEAT-BASKET STRUCK WITH COUNTERFEITED MARKS, THE NETHERLANDS, CIRCA 1900

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A large dutch silver tray, two braziers, a wood spoonbox and a sweetmeat basket
Staped, G.Schoorl, the braziers both circa 1825, the spoonbox, circa 1900, the sweetmeat-basket struck with counterfeited marks, the Netherlands, circa 1900
The boat-shaped tray with openwork gallery and two handles, with fitted glass liner, one openwork circular brazier on three scroll feet with copper liner, the other brazier, oblong with gadrooned body and reeded rim, the rectangular veneered and ivory banded spoon-box containing twelve plain coffee-spoons, a sugar-spoon and a pair of sugar-tongs, the two-handled sweetmeat-basket with openwork and engraved flowers and foliage, marked on bodies
58.6 cm. long
3358 gr. (5)
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