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bandeja o azafate realizada por el platero José Ochoa en el último tercio del siglo XVIII, que destaca por su rareza al tratarse de una obra civil de uso doméstico cuya perduración a lo largo de los siglos es menos corriente. se exhibe en el Museo de Navarra

bandeja o azafate realizada por el platero José Ochoa en el último tercio del siglo XVIII, que destaca por su rareza al tratarse de una obra civil de uso doméstico cuya perduración a lo largo de los siglos es menos corriente. se exhibe en el Museo de Navarra

Juego de café y té mexicano en plata, de mediados del siglo XX Punzones del platero José Marmolejos. Consta de cafetera, tetera, lechera y azucarero. Asas en madera ebonizada. 2,64 Kg. (aprox.)

Juego de café y té mexicano en plata, de mediados del siglo XX Punzones del platero José Marmolejos. Consta de cafetera, tetera, lechera y azucarero. Asas en madera ebonizada. 2,64 Kg. (aprox.)

Dessert Knife, "Flat Model (Flaches Modell)", 1903, designed by Josef Hoffmann

Dessert Knife, "Flat Model (Flaches Modell)", 1903, designed by Josef Hoffmann

A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE JUG, JOSEPH & ALBERT SAVORY, LONDON 1853 of ewer form with everted triform spout with a lobed rim flanked by two mask heads and a high handle terminating in a female head, the neck and sides engraved with stylised palmettes

A VICTORIAN SILVER WINE JUG, JOSEPH & ALBERT SAVORY, LONDON 1853 of ewer form with everted triform spout with a lobed rim flanked by two mask heads and a high handle terminating in a female head, the neck and sides engraved with stylised palmettes

Silver Cup:  London 1863-1864.   Burges, William (A.R.A.) (designer)   Hart, Charles (maker)   Joseph Hart & Son (maker)      Silver, parcel-gilt, set with applied ornament and enamelled

Silver Cup: London 1863-1864. Burges, William (A.R.A.) (designer) Hart, Charles (maker) Joseph Hart & Son (maker) Silver, parcel-gilt, set with applied ornament and enamelled

Antiqued copper hand crafted chain alternating link bracelet - 23545f by Boo's Jewellery, via Flickr

Antiqued copper hand crafted chain alternating link bracelet - 23545f by Boo's Jewellery, via Flickr

Joseph Heinrich, florero Azteca, c. 1905, plata, con un reparto de 3/4 motivos indios y nativos americanos, firmado

Joseph Heinrich, florero Azteca, c. 1905, plata, con un reparto de 3/4 motivos indios y nativos americanos, firmado

Joseph, Albert, Horace & Ethelbert Savory, London 1883

Joseph, Albert, Horace & Ethelbert Savory, London 1883

MALCOLM S. FORBES COLLECTION: VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION CUP AND COVER. Inscribed 'A Token of Affectionate Esteem', from pupils of the Mansion Grammar School of Leatherhead, Surrey, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Payne,1863, richly chased with flora, the finial formed as a terrestrial globe and open book.

MALCOLM S. FORBES COLLECTION: VICTORIAN SILVER PRESENTATION CUP AND COVER. Inscribed 'A Token of Affectionate Esteem', from pupils of the Mansion Grammar School of Leatherhead, Surrey, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Payne,1863, richly chased with flora, the finial formed as a terrestrial globe and open book.

Claret Jug By Angell, Joseph (the younger) made 1851 The firm of Joseph Angell and Son was one of the largest and most important silversmithing and jewellery, manufacturers and retailers in London in the mid 19th century. Its origins can be traced back to the late 18th century when Joseph Angell was apprenticed to Henry Nutting, goldsmith of Noble Street, on October 5, 1796. Joseph Angell entered his first mark as a plateworker at the London Assay Office on October 7, 1811.

Claret Jug By Angell, Joseph (the younger) made 1851 The firm of Joseph Angell and Son was one of the largest and most important silversmithing and jewellery, manufacturers and retailers in London in the mid 19th century. Its origins can be traced back to the late 18th century when Joseph Angell was apprenticed to Henry Nutting, goldsmith of Noble Street, on October 5, 1796. Joseph Angell entered his first mark as a plateworker at the London Assay Office on October 7, 1811.

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