Lot 1594
Exclusive Jewellery & Watches and Fine Silver | 14 June 2022
A pair of fine Dutch silver salt cellars

Diabolo-shaped with incurved plain stem on round base with claw feet. Embossed with rare decoration of fish, cockels and various shells and water plants. On the rim of the bowl an alliance coat of arms. Possibly inspired by prints of engraver, painter and tapistry designer Albert Flamen, Flemish but worked in Paris (mid 17th century). Maker Claas Fransen Baardt, Bolsward Q= 1688. H. ca 7.5 cm, D. ca 10,5 cm

Provenance A.C. Beeling, Leeuwarden. See Beeling, "Nederlands Zilver 1600-1813, Leeuwarden, 1986" Page 208-209. Acquired around 1980.

€ 2.000,00
€ 4.000,00
€ 88.000,00

Hamerprijs: € 88.000