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Silver & Porcelain

Monday 19 September 2016, 03.30 PM



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CUTLERY TRAY,

St. Petersburg, 1863. Assay master's mark Eduard Fedorowitsch Brandenburg. Maker's mark Sazikov, Purveyor to the Court as of 1846.
Comprising: 36 dining forks, 36 dining knives, 36 soup spoons, 24 silver-gilt dessert forks, 24 dessert spoons, 24 dessert knives, 24 coffee spoons, and 4 serving utensils. All items with crowned initals. In a wooden tray.
Total weight 12,500 g (excl. knives).
CUTLERY TRAY,
CUTLERY TRAY,

Sold for CHF 18 500

SILVER-GILT GOBLET,

Biberach an der Riss, 17th century. Maker's mark Hans Jakob Schönfeld.
Beaker-shaped cup. Convex lid with a figural finial designed as a female warrior (Minerva).
H 36 cm. 505 g.
SILVER-GILT GOBLET,
SILVER-GILT GOBLET,

Sold for CHF 14 900

SET OF 16 SILVER PLATES AND 2 OVAL PLATTERS,

The Hague, 1834. Maker's mark M, probably Meyer, Purveyor to the Court; and London 1803/04.
16 round plates with circumferential palm frieze. With inventory numbers and weight indications on the back. 2 associated oval platters with gadrooned rim. With engraved, crowned monogram.
D 24.5 cm. Platters 33 x 25 cm. Total weight 13,400 g.
SET OF 16 SILVER PLATES AND 2 OVAL PLATTERS,
SET OF 16 SILVER PLATES AND 2 OVAL PLATTERS,

Sold for CHF 13 700

CHINOISERIE TANKARD WITH SILVER-GILT MOUNT,

Meissen, ca. 1725-1730. Painted by Johann Ehrenfried Stadler.
Silver-gilt mount, Germany, ca. 1900.
H 21.5 cm. Handle restored.
CHINOISERIE TANKARD WITH SILVER-GILT MOUNT,
CHINOISERIE TANKARD WITH SILVER-GILT MOUNT,

Sold for CHF 12 500