10 December 2007
A dutch silver miniature flat candlestick and a teakettle
Mark of Pieter van Somerwil I, Amsterdam, 1718-1734 and mark of Abraham Effemans, Amsterdam, 1718-1734
The plain flat candlestick of usual shape, plain openwork handle, the pumpkin shaped teapot with scroll spout and handle, detachable cover, marked on bodies
7.8 cm. long
34 gr. (2)
B.W.G. Wttewaall collection (inventory no. V318, V473).
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B.W.G. Wttewaall, Nederlands Klein Zilver, Abcoude, 2003, pp. 341, 344, ill. 1056, p. 330, ill. 1004 (middle).
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