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Sterling Silver840 of 1251English Silver or Silver Plate Teapot Help Identifying:  Asian Silver & Enameled Boxed Spoon Set
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Posted 2 years ago


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A small collection of Old Vienna silver sugar casters, and how they changed during the 19th century. The first two are late 18th and early 19th century casters and have a plain round baluster body and modest stylized floral bands. The lids in both are hand pierced with a cast knurl finial in one. Mid 19th century (the third – year 1858) has clear neo-baroque influence popular at the time. From the same period are very characteristic ``Vienna rose silver`` casters (Wiener Rosensilber) with hand embossed roses. Average weight (except for the small one is 7 oz) and 6 inches tall. The last was made after 1867, the quality decreased; 4 oz and simply pierced lid. All marked with Vienna hallmark (letter A), year and ``13`` loth purity (13 loth = 812/1000 ).The last one is marked with Diana`s head.


  1. pickrknows pickrknows, 2 years ago
    Very nice collection!
  2. vetraio50 vetraio50, 2 years ago
    Such a different form to the English caster!
    Thank you for sharing these beauties!

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