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Sugar Spoon, Silver, Rouen, 1736-1737

Sugar Spoon, Silver, Rouen, 1736-1737

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"Sugar Spoon, Silver, Rouen, 1736-1737"
  • Small sugar spoon
  • Silver
  • Rouen, 1736-1737
  • Silversmith; Pierre-René Delamare, cited as master from 1720 to 1757
  • L.: 17.3 cm; weight: 66g
  • Very good condition, disguised coat of arms
  • Small spoon of model with nets and shells. The round spoon with simple fillet is pierced with a rosette of tears and tulips then a tulip frieze. The border is lined with a diamond chain. Teaspoon of a particularly early model in the corpus of 18th century sugar spoons. it is similar in size to the spoon from the Jourdan-Barry collection from the 1940s in the jurisdiction of Rennes [, p.185]. It is characterized by a very careful work of forge. Hallmarks: Charge: covered cup for Rouen, 1726-1738 [1, p.178 n ° 76b]; discharge: chalice for Rouen, 1726-1738 [1, p.178, n ° 76c]; Jurande: Crowned for Rouen, 1736-1737 [1, nd.]; mo: P, heart, R, D surmounted by the Agnus Dei, for Pierre-René Delamare (1720-1757) [1; p.203]
  • Ref. : [1] Cassan: "Les orfèvres de Normandie", 1987; [2] Kugel: "Orfèvrerie française, La collection Jourdan-Barry", 2005; Kenber: "Sugar spoons in 18th century French goldsmithing", 2003
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