Assistance with maker of Sauce boat

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Assistance with maker of Sauce boat

Postby dartsil » Sun Nov 10, 2019 1:07 pm

Hello all ,
I am posting this on behalf of a friend,
Its thought to be 17th century French or 18th century Hanau, my thoughts are that its Hanau but would appreciate if anyone can shed some light as to the maker of this very fine looking piece.

The family whose arms are cast and applied to the sides, Comte de Brandt de Marconne. Here are the details:

Dimensions
Height: 6½ in. (15.51 cm.)
Length: 7½ in. (19.05 cm.)

Weight: 15 Troy oz. 6 dwt. (485.22 g.)

Thanks in advance for any information we receive

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Re: Assistance with maker of Sauce boat

Postby dartsil » Sun Nov 10, 2019 1:29 pm

correction to the possible dates.

18th century French or late 19th early 20th century Hanau

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Re: Assistance with maker of Sauce boat

Postby oel » Sun Nov 10, 2019 7:03 pm

Great looking sauce boat.. Believe it to be Paris, crowned L year letter for 1727/1728, poinçon de charge letter A crown dropped left, and poinçon de discharge a bird for Maître Jacques Cottin on duty 1 October.? 1726 till 30 September 1730. The maker's mark unknown to me.

Source: Marc Rosenberg IV.band/Ausland und Byzanz Berlin 1928.

Peter.

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Re: Assistance with maker of Sauce boat

Postby dartsil » Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:17 am

Many thanks , I shall pass this on to the owner and hopefully someone else may be able to shed some light on the maker is.

Regards,
Colin


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