Friday, 9 December 2005

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Silber-Tafelbesteck des Wilhelm und Friedrich Grafen von Hohenau

Silber-Tafelbesteck des Wilhelm und Friedrich Grafen von Hohenau

Besteck bestehend aus 13 Messern, 13 Gabeln, 12 Löffeln, 12 Teelöffeln, 6 Austernmessern, Fleischbesteck. Alle Teile tragen fein graviert das Besitzermonogramm WH unter der Grafenkrone. 14-lötiges Silber. Ca. 3060 Gramm.

Catalogue price € 7.500 - 9.000 Catalogue price€ 7.500 - 9.000  $ 8,400 - 10,080
£ 6,750 - 8,100
元 59,700 - 71,640
₽ 597,150 - 716,580

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Further information on this artwork

Anmerkung: Das Tafelbesteck ist gefertigt nach dem Modell von J.G. Hossauer für das Besteck des Prinzen Wilhelm von Preussen (1829) von H.J. Wilm, Berlin 1854/60, 1869/70 und I. Wagner. Wilhelm und Friedrich Grafen von Hohenau waren Söhne des Prinzen Albrecht von Preussen aus der morganatischen Ehe mit Rosali von Rauch.

Literatur: Vgl. Scheffler 15,17/21,23/27a/406/367.

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.





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