A Dutch silver double-ended spoon
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A Dutch silver double-ended spoon

MARK OF PIETER ZILCKEN, AMSTERDAM, 1720, ALSO STRUCK WITH LATER DUTCH DUTY MARK OF 1814-1893

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A Dutch silver double-ended spoon
Mark of Pieter Zilcken, Amsterdam, 1720, also struck with later Dutch duty mark of 1814-1893
The bowls with flat stem between, marked on stem
20.7 cm. (8 1/8 in.) long
71 gr. (2 oz.)
Provenance
Anonymous sale; Glerum, Amsterdam, 6 April 1998, lot 191.
With Kunsthandel Jacques Fijnaut, Amsterdam, 1998, acquired by
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. G-132).
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