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Tea service - Silver - Netherlands - Early 20th century

Lot reference 30521801

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Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 1431 g

Object: Tea service (More lots)
Material: Silver
Estimated Period: Early 20th century
Country of Origin: Netherlands
Condition: Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight: 1431 g

Made of silver 833/1000, Measures heights 78 mm Min to 210 mm Max, total silver weight: 1431 grams or (1.431 KG)

A richly ornamented classic silver tea service set in Old Dutch style, made by the famous silversmith named C. Schoorl & J.A. Dal J.G. Sauveplanne & F. Hemelrijk (Fa. Dahlia) Netherlands Amsterdam 1948.

Tea Service set is consisting of: 5xpieces plus 1 stand circle support plate and measuring in cm as given below:

1. tea pot. Height 12.5 cm, Width 26 cm. with stand (Height with stand 21 cm)
2. cream jug/creamer. Height 9 cm, Width 14.5 cm.
3. sugar jar. Height 9.5 cm mm, Width 15 cm.
4. spoon vase. Height 7.8 cm. Width: 7 cm
5. point-filet. Height: 9 cm. Width: 14 cm

All side crowned by an angle head, surrounded by acanthus leaf drapery. The top edges with pearl rim, on both handles a head. Both lids with a mushroom like holders. All pieces are hand hammered, and open work

All pieces hallmarked with official Dutch hallmarks: the walking lion “2” for silver content 833/1000, the Minerva head with letter “A” for office Amsterdam, the year stamp with letter “N” of 1948 and the master stamp “D*S for C. Schoorl & J.A. Dal J.G. Sauveplanne & F. Hemelrijk (Fa. Dahlia) Netherlands Amsterdam 1948.

Condition: In very good almost in perfect condition, without restorations, damage or dents. (Pl. See images for more details)




Provenance: Ex private old dutch collection. Current property of (The seller).

Note: The buyer of this lot will also receive a letter of certificate of authenticity issued by the seller along with.

Literature: Nationale Keurtekenbank. Gzu-online com goud zilver en uurwerken. keurtekens ,meestertekens, jaarletters, stadskeuren en gehaltemerken bekijken.

Note: The seller of the lot hereby guarantees that this object is obtained legally. He guarantees that he is entitled to send this lot. He will ensure that any required permits will be arranged. The seller will inform the buyer about it when it takes more than a few days.



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France $27.14
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Italy $27.14
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