Inkstand, Writing set Silver KingKarl XV 1827, rarity - .830 silver - Adolf Zethelius - Sweden - First half 19th century

Description
Inkstand, Writing set Silver KingKarl XV 1827, rarity - .830 silver - Adolf Zethelius - Sweden - First half 19th century
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear - 1500 g

Writing set with monogram of the Swedish King Carl XV
*3 May 1826 at Stockholm Castle, Stockholm; †18 September 1872 in Malmö.

Finely worked from 830 silver by the royal Swedish court supplier Adolf Zethelius (19 February 1781 – 7 March 1864).


Consisting of sand spreader, ink well and table bell.
Beautifully decorated with paw feet, medusa heads and surrounding frieze.

Made in 1827
Stamped with V3 for the year 1827, three crowns for 830 silver and the city brand for Stockholm

Weight without glasses: approx. 1207 grams
Weight without glasses: approx. 1510 grams

Length approx. 27.0cm
Depth or width approx. 18.0 cm

Individually assembled and screwed. Cut crystal glass.

Condition: very good (see photos)

Authenticity is guaranteed.

Will be shipped insured and well-packaged.

Lot details
Object
Inkstand, Writing set Silver KingKarl XV 1827, rarity
Material
.830 silver
Designer/ Artist
Adolf Zethelius
Estimated Period
First half 19th century
Country of Origin
Sweden
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
10×18×28 cm
Weight
1500 g
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