14 March 2006
A rosewood, ivory and silver teaservice
C.J.A. BEGEER FOR ZILVERFABRIEK VOORSCHOTEN, 1935-37
Comprising a teapot, a milkjug and a sugar basin
The teapot 13 cm. high
Struck with manufacturer's marks and yearmarks (3)
Dr. S. van Velzen Camphuys, Bloemendaal.
Thence by descent.
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See for comparison:
Annelies Krekel-Aalberse, Carel J.A. Begeer 1883-1956, Assen/Zwolle, 2001, p. 115, ill. 127 for a similar tea service, the milkjug with a slightly different handle.
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