SILVER CRUET STAND. CÓRDOBA (SPAIN), CRISTÓBAL SÁNCHEZ SOTO (1755-1802), CA. THIRD QUARTER OF THE 18TH CENTURY.

Antiques - Miscellaneous / Silver Works
Reference: Z6547

Convoy of cruets in silver. Córdoba, Cristóbal Sánchez Soto (1755-1802), towards the third third of the 18th century. With contrasting and chipping marks. The present convoy maintains in its lines a slight Rococo memory, but it also advances some of the Neoclassical decorative purity. The architect, Cristóbal Sánchez Soto, is widely recognized for works of great importance such as litters for the Virgen de la Soledad and a tabernacle, both for the Hermandad del Nazareno de Córdoba, for example. The other two punches that appear are those of the locality (Córdoba) and that of the assayer, Juan de Luque y Leyva (1721-1779) Weight 400 gr. .

· Size: 20x11x21 cms.

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