London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
AN EARLY 18TH CENTURY DUTCH SILVER BRANDY BOWL,
MARK OF PIETER DE BOTH, HAARLEM, 1726,
Lobed circular form on tucked-in foot, gilt interior, side handles pierced & chased with putto & flowers, bead punching to lower body & around the rim, assay scrapes beneath both handles, on base & foot-rim, 8¼ in. (21 cm.) diameter handle to handle, 4.25 oz.
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