3 edition of Catalogue of a remarkable collection of 16th & 17th century provincial silver spoons found in the catalog.
Catalogue of a remarkable collection of 16th & 17th century provincial silver spoons
|Statement||by the late H. D. Ellis, Esq. at his death, the property of Lieut.-Col. J. Benett-Stanford ; [compiled by G. E. P. How].|
|Contributions||Ellis, Hubert Dynes., Benett-Stanford, J., How, G. E. P.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
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: Catalogue of a remarkable collection of 16th and 17th century provincial silver spoons, incorporating the entire collection left by the late H D Ellis esq.: Catalogue of an auction scheduled to be held at Sotheby's in London on 13 and 14 November 8vo, pp. Illustrated throughout in black and white.
Rebound in green cloth, gilt titling to the spine, with the original card. Catalogue of a remarkable collection of 16th and 17th century provincial silver spoons by Sotheby & Co.
(London, England) 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. The catalogue for Sotheby's sale of the Ellis collection of spoons, held on 13 and 14 November The catalogue remains an important reference work for provincial spoons of the period.
With a photocopied obituary for G. How, who worked on the catalogue, loosely inserted. Learn More. The address of the Riverbend Environmental Education Cente is: Spring Mill Rd, Gladwyne, PA A remarkable Collection of 16th & 17th century Provincial.
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Silver Jubilee 16th Century Knop End Spoons (Set of 10) - Seal Tops, Lion Sejant, Maidenhead, Wrythen, Pudsey C J Vander, Garrard & Co, London (8), Sheffield (2) $ 1 A very interesting collection of 10 silver replica spoons, all in 16th century style, made to commemorate the silver jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II in Dekesel’s monumental works, Bibliography of Numismatic Books for the 16th & 17th centuries And much more.
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42 70 A PAIR OF IRISH PROVINCIAL OLD ENGLISH PATTERN SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, mark of Carden Terry of Cork, with bright cut borders, stamped STERLING, together with another similar; and two provincial mustard ladles (cozs in all) (5) € - 71 A SET OF SIX IRISH BRIGHT CUT SILVER DESSERT SPOONS, Dublin, 18th Century, mark of John Power.
NASA Images Solar System Collection Ames Research Center Brooklyn Museum Full text of " Catalogue of a Loan Collection of Ancient and Historic Articles ". SILVER DISH. SPANISH, 17TH CENTURY. SOUTH KENSINGTON MUSEUM. The large quantity of objects of all kinds made of silver, and the quantity also used in wearing apparel, gave rise to constant prohibitions restricting its use from the reign of Ferdinand and Isabel, and even to a far greater extent at the beginning of the 16th century.
Glossary of 18th Century Costume Terminology. See copyright notice below regarding copying any text from this glossary. The purpose of this page is twofold: First, to define vocabulary—to define 18th c. words which are now unfamiliar, and to correctly define nonth century words which are frequently misused with respect to the 18th century (compare 18th c.
equipage to nonth c. chatelaine). As is usual with Hanau silver, they are replica's of fine 17th century German silver. The spoons, which have no Hanau hallmarks, were imported into Britian in by David Bridge of the firm John Smith & Co, as can be seen by makers mark D.B and capital F (hallmark for.
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Astrolabes are problem solving instruments – they compute things such as the time of day according the position of the sun and the stars in the sky. Like a computer, you input i42 pins. The spoons are in the shape and style of 16th century spoons, with fig shaped bowl, hexagonal stem and shaped finials.
The spoons are cast, with hand hammered bowls, and have a cast finial that resembles a pineapple with scrolls on either side, resting on 3 rings. In the 17th century style, the finial of the cup and cover modelled as George and the Dragon, the body embossed with rounded protrusions, standing on three figural feet, the goblets with similar decoration, the rims engraved with mythical scenes, all pieces housed in a wood case with an inset ivory plaque for D&J Wellby, height of cup and cover.
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By the nineteenth century the manuscript was in Italy where it was owned by Domenico Sestini, ca. Later it was in the collection of Marchese C. Rinuccini, Florence, (MS Cod. 69).THE PLEASURES OF COLLECTING CHAPTER I THE PLEASURES OF COLLECTING.
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