18 January 2007
A SILVER SUGAR BASKET
MARK OF DANIEL VAN VOORHIS, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1800
Urn-form, on an oval reeded foot, the body engraved with wrigglework enclosing a vacant cartouche on one side and on the other the later applied oval with monogram D.H.F. surrounded by bright-cut mantling and floral swags, with an overhead swing handle, the associated domed cover with ball finial, marked under base with DVV mark and American eagle-and-shield mark
7 in. high; 13 oz.
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