31 October 2002
A German silver dish-cover
Unmarked, attributed to Christian Lieberkühn the Younger, Berlin, circa 1747
Shaped circular and with moulded border, the domed cover cast and applied with fruiting vine handle, engraved on the underside with FR monogram within rococo cartouche and with Royal Prussian crown above for King Frederick the Great, numbered and engraved with scratchweight 'No:14 6 M 2 lot 1 qv:'
11¼in. (29cm.) diam.
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