Soup ladle - .833 silver - Jan Antonie de Haas - Netherlands - First half 19th century

Description
Soup ladle - .833 silver - Jan Antonie de Haas - Netherlands - First half 19th century
Good condition - used with small signs of ageing - 187 g

Heavily made, hand forged soup ladle with an exceptional, rectangular bowl. On the end of the handle, a triple round filet-edge and on the back, by the joint of bowl and handle, a hartenlof.

The spoon is made from second content Dutch silver, and made in 1842 by silversmith Jan Antonie de Haas. Descendant of the Amsterdam silversmith genus De Haas to which his father Elise Henry and his grandfather Jean Antoine also belonged.

The spoon has and length of over 30 cm and the bowl is over 9.5 cm wide. The weight is no less than 187g.

The spoon also carries the mark of the sales firm G. Verschuur and a small monogram.

Can be collected on location in Groningen or will be shipped registered.

Lot details
Object
Soup ladle
Material
.833 silver
Designer/ Artist
Jan Antonie de Haas
Estimated Period
First half 19th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of ageing
Dimensions
30 cm
Weight
187 g
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