11 June 2003
Eight Royal German silver dinner-plates
Mark of Gebrüder Friedländer, Berlin, six dated 1894, two dated 1892, 800 standard
Each shaped circular with ribbon-tied reeded border, cast and chased at intervals with fruiting vines, engraved with 'WR' monogram with Royal Prussian crown above for Emperor Wilhelm II, each marked on reverse, also engraved with weights
10½in. (36.6cm.) diam.
160oz. (5,001gr.) (8)
Supplied to Emperor Wilhelm II, King of Prussia and then by descent to Silver, Porcelain and Glass from the Royal Prussian Collection; Christie's London, 1 November 2002, lot 512
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