Brandy bowl - .934 silver - Egbartus Teeklenburg, Bolsward - Netherlands - First half 18th century

Description
Brandy bowl - .934 silver - Egbartus Teeklenburg, Bolsward - Netherlands - First half 18th century
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear - 201 g

Beautiful sturdy Frisian brandy bowl.
The hammered bowl shows a band with volutes and floral motifs as well as left running ribs. The bowl measures 14.5 x 10.6 cm.
The cast ears show floral motifs.
The total length over the ears is 22.2 cm.
The bowl is tested both at the bottom of the ears and on the bowl itself.

The following silver brands are present:
-The master mark EAT - monogram of Egbartus Teeklenburg, silversmith at Bolsward from 1721 to 1751. (See Elias Voet Jr. ‘Merken van Friese Goud- en Zilversmeden’, No. 59.)
- Provincial mark of Friesland for first silver content.
- Year letter H for 1723
- City mark of Sneek Although living and working in Bolsward, the bowl was approved in Sneek.

Lot details
Object
Brandy bowl
Material
.934 silver
Designer/ Artist
Egbartus Teeklenburg, Bolsward
Model/ Name
Friese brandewijnkom uit 1723
Estimated Period
First half 18th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
22×10×7 cm
Weight
201 g
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