27 June 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A SET OF TWELVE ITALIAN SILVER DINNER-PLATES
STAMPED 'A. TAZZETTI & CO.', TURIN, FIRST HALF 20TH CENTURY
Each shaped circular and with a moulded rim, applied with the Savoia arms, each marked underneath
9 1/8 in. (23.2 cm.) diam.
109 oz. (3,378 gr.) (12)
Filiberto Lodovico, 4th Duke of Genoa, (1895-1990) and his wife Lydia von Recklinghausen (1904-1977), and then by descent.
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The coat-of-arms engraved on these dinner-plates relates to a Savoia motto Je atans mon astre (I await my destiny) and dates from Amedeo VI, Count of Savoy, (1334-1383).
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