Extremely Rare Antique Danish Silver Beaker By Jacob Sorensen, Copenhagen, 1699
Of slightly tapering cylindrical form with three ball shape supports.
The beaker is chased with foliate ornaments and three scenes of cherubs in circular cartouches.
Engraved initials to the upper rim.
Marked with Danish silver marks, dated 1699, maker's mark for Jacob Sorensen, Assayer's mark for Conrad Ludolph.
For a similar item please see Christie's London, King Street, sale #6697 "Silver, Porcelain & Glass from the Royal Prussian Collection", October 31st 2002, lot # 961.
For a similar items please also see Christie's Amsterdam, sale #2673, "Silver, Judaica, Russian Works of Art and Object of Vertu", December 20 2005, lot #345.
Height - 12cm / 4.7in.
Top diameter - 10.5cm / 4.13in.
Weight: 170gr / 5.46oz.
Very good condition, minor dings to the ball shape supports, minor repair to upper rim.
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