31 October 2002
Ein Paar Deutscher Silber-vergoldeter Fischteller
A pair of German silver-gilt fish-dishes
Mark of D. Vollgold & Sohn, Berlin, 1881-1883, stamped with mark A. Herden, 900 standard
Each shaped oval, the border chased with rocaille cartouches, shells, and foliate scrolls, with initial W at either side, the ends with Royal Prussian crown, each marked on reverse, also stamped with retailer's mark A. Heyden
25½in. (65cm.) long
128oz. (4,000gr.) (2)
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Lessing, Julius, Das Tafelsilber ihrer Koniglichen Hoheiten des Prinzen und der Prinzessin Wilhelm von Preussen, Berlin 1883, illustrated.
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