Silver 934/1000, 8 cm, 90 grams, very good condition
Attractive silver cream bowl with a raised decoration of a landscape.
Cream spoon with a father and daughter in the bowl, lion on the handle.
This cream bowl has 3 maker’s marks.
The bowl is created by Philip Hovingh, Mt H13 - Nieuwe Pekela, year letter F - 1840, then exported to England - Chester 1900-1901, Mt SBL, then returned to the Netherlands Mt. C. Huijgens -Leeuwarden - Schoonhoven- Utrecht - Arnhem, 1900-1901
The very nice cream spoon has a playing father with daughter in the bowl, lion on the bowl, United Kingdom - London 1896-97, Mt E.T.B. 13 cm long.
The cream bowl is approx. 8 cm and 5 cm high.
Total weight 90 grams.
Condition is very good.
Will be sent by registered mail.
|Member since:||November 24, 2013|
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