BRANDY JOKE, Ate de Groot-Boresma, silver, Holland, Sneek, 1885

A brandy cup with two handles was used mainly for toasting on the occasion of the birth of a child, sometimes it also accompanied other celebrations. Rich baroque ornamental decoration.

Holadnia, Sneek, 1885

Ate de Groot-Boersma goldsmith - active in layach 1875-1909.

Silver, pr. min. 833.

Punched: lion in a polygon (used in the years 1814-1953), goldsmith's mark AB 34, dated letter A.

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2 400 zł tax incl.

Dim. 8 x 23 x 11 cm. Weight 210 g.

Preservation condition - present damage (one of the handles, foot).