10 December 2007
A dutch silver miniature saucepan and two chargers
Mark of A. van Geffen, Amsterdam, 1758, the two chargers mark of Hendrik Duller, Amsterdam, 1777
The plain circular bombé saucepan with plain spout, the pair of chargers, shaped oval and engraved with star, marked on bodies
4.2 cm. wide and smaller
25 gr. (3)
B.W.G. Wttewaall collection (inventory nos. V694, V775).
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B.W.G. Wttewaall, Nederlands Klein Zilver, Abcoude, 2003, pp. 333, 336, ill. 1022, (middle) and pp. 331, 334, ill. 1014.
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