2 June 2009
THE PROPERTY OF JAIME ORTIZ-PATINO
(LOTS 126-127 and 168-181)
A CHARLES I SILVER WINE-CUP
LONDON, 1634, MAKER'S MARK WS AN ANNULET BENEATH, POSSIBLY FOR WALTER SHUTE
The tapering bowl on spreading foot with baluster knopped stem, later engraved with initials 'N' over 'RS' and dated '1667', marked near rim and under foot
5 5/8 in. (14.4 cm.) high
6 oz. (184 gr.)
John Augustus Holms (1866-1938) of Formakin, Bishopton, Renfrewshire
Anonymous sale [John Augustus Holms]; Christie's London, 17 December 1930, lot 57.
Consul F. C. Reif, Vancouver, Canada; Christie's London, 21 June 1967, lot 132.
Palladio Stiftung; Christie's London, 26 June 1974, lot 120.
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