Arts / Antiques & Collectables - General / Catalogue of Highly Important Continental and English Silver by Sothebys Sothebys Sothebys 1977: Green paperback catalogue, approximately 7 x 9.5 inches tall: 103 pages describing 250 lots: black and white photographic  illustrations including some full-page:some coloured plates.  Synopsis: An illustrated catalogue of Continental and English Silver, offered for sale by Sotheby Parke Bernet and Company on Thursday the second of June 1977, including the property of his Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon; the Most Hon. The Marquis of Lansdowne; the Rt Hon. The Earl Granville; Mrs C. K. Adam; the Countess Benckendorff; Mrs C M P Capell; and Charles M J J Drummond Esq. The 250 lots included: -- a Dutch Ewer and companion Basin by Christian van Vianan, Utrecht, 1632; a pair of 17th-century Dutch Standing Salts by Thomas Bogaert, Utrecht, 1624 ; a pair of Louis XIV Provincial Table Candlesticks circa 1617; a 17th-century German parcel- gilt Two- Handled Covered Bowl, probably by Niklaus (Claus) Schmidt, Lubeck, circa 1680; an 18th-century American Tankard, by Thomas Arnold of Newport, Road Island, circa 1760; a Set of Four Dutch Table Candlesticks by Jan Smit, Amsterdam, 1784; an 18th-century German Three-Piece Tea Set by Frantz Peter Bunsen, Hanover, circa 1790; a Commonwealth Caudle Cup and Cover with companion Salver, by Arthur Manwaring, London 1657; a pair of Charles II Table Candlesticks by Jacob Bodendick, London, 1667; a William and Mary provincial Porringer by Elizabeth Haslewood, Norwich, 1691; a pair of George 1 Table Candlesticks, by Thomas Folkingham, London 1715; a George II Chocolate Pot by Robert Lucas, London, 1727; a set of four mid 18th-century Table Candlesticks attributed to George Michael Moser, R A; a set of four George III silver-gilt three -light Candelabra by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London  1804; Five dozen Dinner Plates, by Robert Garrard, London, 1804. Index included.  Condition overall very clean and good used books
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  • Book Title: Catalogue of Highly Important Continental and English Silver
  • Author: Sothebys
  • ISBN: MW00161616555
  • Publisher: Sotheby and Co
  • Year Published: 1977
  • Our Normal Price: £27.50 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • 10% Discounted Price: £24.75 GBP ($0.00 USD)
  • Description: Sothebys 1977: Green paperback catalogue, approximately 7 x 9.5 inches tall: 103 pages describing 250 lots: black and white photographic illustrations including some full-page:some coloured plates. Synopsis: An illustrated catalogue of Continental and English Silver, offered for sale by Sotheby Parke Bernet and Company on Thursday the second of June 1977, including the property of his Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon; the Most Hon. The Marquis of Lansdowne; the Rt Hon. The Earl Granville; Mrs C. K. Adam; the Countess Benckendorff; Mrs C M P Capell; and Charles M J J Drummond Esq. The 250 lots included: -- a Dutch Ewer and companion Basin by Christian van Vianan, Utrecht, 1632; a pair of 17th-century Dutch Standing Salts by Thomas Bogaert, Utrecht, 1624 ; a pair of Louis XIV Provincial Table Candlesticks circa 1617; a 17th-century German parcel- gilt Two- Handled Covered Bowl, probably by Niklaus (Claus) Schmidt, Lubeck, circa 1680; an 18th-century American Tankard, by Thomas Arnold of Newport, Road Island, circa 1760; a Set of Four Dutch Table Candlesticks by Jan Smit, Amsterdam, 1784; an 18th-century German Three-Piece Tea Set by Frantz Peter Bunsen, Hanover, circa 1790; a Commonwealth Caudle Cup and Cover with companion Salver, by Arthur Manwaring, London 1657; a pair of Charles II Table Candlesticks by Jacob Bodendick, London, 1667; a William and Mary provincial Porringer by Elizabeth Haslewood, Norwich, 1691; a pair of George 1 Table Candlesticks, by Thomas Folkingham, London 1715; a George II Chocolate Pot by Robert Lucas, London, 1727; a set of four mid 18th-century Table Candlesticks attributed to George Michael Moser, R A; a set of four George III silver-gilt three -light Candelabra by Digby Scott and Benjamin Smith, London 1804; Five dozen Dinner Plates, by Robert Garrard, London, 1804. Index included. Condition overall very clean and good
  • Condition: Collectable- Very Good
  • Dustcover: No
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Type: Used Books

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