Live Auction, 15 October 2018

A Dutch silver covered box, Pieter van Riedt, Amsterdam (1784-1801) 18th century
Lot 282

Lot Estimate
R 12 000 - 15 000
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A Dutch silver covered box, Pieter van Riedt, Amsterdam (1784-1801) 18th century


rectangular, the rims with beaded border, the hinged cover chased with stylised foliate and geometric motifs, the centre engraved with a flowerhead, the front engraved with the initials ‘DVR’, the cover engraved ‘Presented to me in token of remembrance by Mrs Daniel van Renen, whose late husband died at my house, Swellendam, on the 21st August 1842, Thos Barry’, 7,9cm high, 15,4cm wide, 555g

Notes

This box was presented by Cornelia Arnoldina Deneys, on the death of her husband in 1842. The box was presented to Thomas Barry, the husband of Daniel van Renen’s niece, Aletta Catharina.


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