Live Auction, 5 March 2018

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Lot 353
Eleven Cape silver fittings, Johannes Casparus Lotter, early 19th century

Lot Estimate
R 80 000 - 100 000
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Eleven Cape silver fittings, Johannes Casparus Lotter, early 19th century


comprising; three pairs of handles, three drawer escutcheon key plates and a pair of door escutcheon key plates, each with reeded handle centred by a flowerhead, the frame headed by a vacant oval cartouche enclosed by five flowerheads, arrows, quills and leaves, flanked by flowers and foliage, each handle 13,5cm wide, drawer escutcheon key plate 11cm wide, door escutcheon key plate 13cm high, 1050g all in

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Literature

Stephan Welz, Cape Silver and Silversmiths, Balkema, Cape Town, 1976, maker's marks on p. 150


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