Large silver miniature brazier 1837 - .934 silver - Zilversmid Petersens P.G. 1812-1846 - Netherlands - First half 19th century

Description
Large silver miniature brazier 1837 - .934 silver - Zilversmid Petersens P.G. 1812-1846 - Netherlands - First half 19th century
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 84,7 g

An exquisite large silver miniature brazier by the silversmith P.G. Petersen silversmith between 1812 and 1846 in Amsterdam.

The beautiful design is truly a child of its time, from the Biedermeier and late Empire period. The brazier resembles something from both periods, the sleek edges from the Empire and the ribs from the Biedermeier period.

The content of the silver make it complete!

The content mark is on the bottom of the miniature brazier and the pure silver around it is not visible when the brazier is set down.

The height of 45 millimetres is the height of the bowl, the height of the handle is 60 millimetres.

Lot details
Object
Large silver miniature brazier 1837
Material
.934 silver
Designer/ Artist
Zilversmid Petersens P.G. 1812-1846
Estimated Period
First half 19th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
45 millimeter (hoogte van de bak)×73 millimeter×131 millimeter cm
Weight
84,7 g
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