The silvers

PITCHER, LONDON, 1773, SILVERSMITH CHARLES WRIGHT                         

Square base and shaped with perforated edge, ovoid body decorated with leaves and bows, two spiral handles, conical cover with ribbons, height 50.5 cm, 2370 g 

 


PAIR OF ALTAR CARDS, PADUA, 1780 CIRCA, SILVERSMITH ANZOLO SCARABELLO,  ASSAYER MARC'ANTONIO BELLOTTO             

Richly shaped frames decorated with coils and flowers, 52.5x52.5 cm, mounted as wall mirrors on wooden panels (2)                             

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COFFEE MAKER, VENETA REPUBLIC, SECOND HALF OF THE XVIII CENTURY 
Pear-shaped embossed torchon trimmed body, ebony wood double spiral, cover with finish and spinning top, height 27 cm, 615 g   

 

                                               

COFFEE MAKER, TURIN, 1760 CIRCA, SILVERSMITH DEGIOANNI GIUSEPPE OR DURANDO  GIACOMO MARIA

Pear-shaped embossed torchon trimmed body, three spiraled legs joined together to the body by leaves, height 24.5 cm, 800 g. The puncheons used in Turin were recorded from 1809 to 1814 during the French occupation period      

                                              


PUERPERA CUP, TURIN, 1820 CIRCA, SILVERSMITH CARLO BALBINO
Round with base edges and body decorated with pods, two leaf-shaped leaflets, conical cover, complete with saucer, diam. 13.5 cm, saucer diam 19.5 cm, total 490 g 

     

 

SUGAR BOWL, MILAN, 1860 CIRCA                                            

Silver, realistically made to look like a cornucopia resting on a round base richly decorated with coils and shells, lid ending with a big butterfly, height 25 cm, 815 g                

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