Important South African & International Art, Decorative Arts & Jewellery

Live Auction, 10 October 2016

English, Continental, Oriental and Cape Silver, Furniture and Decorative Arts

Sold for

ZAR 54 567
Lot 324
  • A Cape silver tea caddy, Johan Anton Bünning, third quarter 18th century
  • A Cape silver tea caddy, Johan Anton Bünning, third quarter 18th century


Lot Estimate
ZAR 30 000 - 40 000
Selling Price
Incl. Buyer's Premium & VAT
ZAR 54 567

About this Item

A Cape silver tea caddy, Johan Anton Bünning, third quarter 18th century

of octagonal bombé form, the hinged stepped domed cover with moulded thumbpiece, on four paw feet, dents, 185g, 6,2cm high

Literature

cf. Stephan Welz. (1976) Cape Silver and Silversmiths, Cape Town: AA Balkema. Pages 99, 102-103, where comparative examples are discussed and illustrated.

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