Sugar bowl - .950 silver - J.H.Stellingwerf - Netherlands - Early 19th century

Description
Sugar bowl - .950 silver - J.H.Stellingwerf - Netherlands - Early 19th century
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 406 g

Empire silver openwork sugar basket with pearl rim and handle, Jacob H Stellingwerf Amsterdam 1802.
Exquisite openwork basket in the characteristic Empire style with blue glass insert.
He was active for the firm Bennewitz & Bonebakker.
Hallmarks:
- Crowned standing lion: Ditch silver 1st grade content 950/1000,
- Year stamp T: 1802.
- Old city hallmark: Amsterdam.
- Master JHS: Jacob H Stellingwerf, Amsterdam {1801-1811}.
Dimensions: 13.5 cm - 8.8 cm - 14.5 cm {wxdxh}.
Weight with insert: 406 grams.
Weight without insert: 160 grams.
Condition: excellent, light signs of wear.
Please note: the blue glass insert has a very small chip by the screw of the handle, very unobtrusive and only mentioned for full disclosure.

Extra information:
Jacob H Stellingwerf born 1773 in Zwolle, died 1823 in Amsterdam.
After Bennewwitz, J. H. Stellingwerf took on an important role as a silversmith on the list of suppliers of the firm Bennewitz & Bonebakker.
In The Rijksmuseum there are a few chestnut vases by J.H. Stellingwerf from 1803.

Lot details
Object
Sugar bowl
Material
.950 silver
Designer/ Artist
J.H.Stellingwerf
Style
Empire
Estimated Period
Early 19th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
14,5×8,8×13,5 cm
Weight
406 g
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