1167 Porringer (or sugar bowl), silver, weight 370 g, Swedish hallmarks, Grötskål (sockerskål), silver, vikt 370 g, svenska stämplar.

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Year stamp silver I3 = 1815, Årsstämpel silver I3 = 1815. The item appears to be a porringer or silver sugar bowl or a sugar basket, which is a piece commonly found in a traditional tea or coffee service set. These bowls often have decorative elements such as handles, a base, and sometimes a liner or a lid. The decorations on the bowl, including the faces and the classical motifs, are characteristic of neoclassical or possibly Victorian designs, which were popular during the 18th and 19th centuries. The inclusion of a decorative band with classical faces, suggests an attempt to emulate the grandeur and style of classical antiquity or to indicate a high level of craftsmanship and quality.The "helmet" depicted in the relief on the object appears to be styled after ancient Greco-Roman or possibly Medieval European designs. The stylized laurel wreath or diadem around the helmet is reminiscent of those worn by Roman emperors, which were symbols of victory and honor. Additionally, the facial features and the stylized design of the helmet itself seem to draw from classical antiquity, echoing the art and armor of ancient Greece or Rome.

  • Skick:Engravings at the bottom M.v St. and 27 3/4 L, Gravyr i botten M.v St. och 27 3/4 L.
  • Storlek:Höjd 11,5 x16,5 cm
  • Vikt:370




Värdering3 500 - 4 000 SEK
Köparprovision (inkl. moms)20%
Slagavgift (inkl. moms)100 SEK

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