10 December 2007
A dutch silver miniature waffle-iron and a spoonrack
Mark of A. van Geffen, Amsterdam, 1741, the spoonrack very indistinct maker's mark struck twice only of Wessel Jansen, Amsterdam, circa 1670
The waffle-iron of usual shape, engraved with flowerheads, the shaped oval spoonrack with floral strapwork, marked on bodies
7.8 cm. long
26 gr. (2)
B.W.G. Wttewaall collection (inventory nos. V357, V696).
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B.W.G. Wttewaall, Nederlands Klein Zilver, Abcoude, 2003, pp. 332, 335, 338, ill. 1017, 1026 (left).
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