A Dutch silver stand with copper liner and a miniature casserole with cover

THE FIRST WITH MAKER'S MARK ABRAHAM COLLAS, LEIDEN, CIRCA 1790, THE OTHER APPARENTLY UNMARKED, 17TH CENTURY

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A Dutch silver stand with copper liner and a miniature casserole with cover
The first with maker's mark Abraham Collas, Leiden, circa 1790, the other apparently unmarked, 17th Century
The first of circular form, on three fluted column-shaped supports surmounted by a rosette, flanked by chains, the rim pierced into ovals, with copper liner; the other a plain bowl on three supports, with two handles, the cover with plain handle and engraved with a flowerhead motif
9cm. (3.4/8in.) diameter
marked on the supports
120gr. (3)

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