SILVER SMALL BRASERO OR BRAZIER. PLATERÍAS MARTÍNEZ, MADRID, SPAIN, 1832. WITH HALLMARKS.

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Reference: ZF0684

Chofeta. Silver in its color, etc. Royal Factory of Antonio Martínez or Platerías Martínez, Madrid, 1832.
With contrast marks
Bowl-shaped piece used to place embers in it and burn aromatic substances or warm the fingers (scribes, for example), made of silver in its color that has two handles finished in black. Compare, for example, with the one kept in the National Museum of Science and Technology (also in the Real Fábrica de Platerías Martínez, dated 1787); or with the one that was exhibited in 1925 in the Goldsmith Exhibition organized by the Spanish Society of Friends of Art (reproduced in the sheet entitled "Collection of chofetas, mancerinas, etc. from the late 18th and early 19th centuries" in the catalog of this sample [Madrid: Mateu, Artes e Industrias Gráficas, 1925]). Weight: 191 gr. (with handles)."


· Size: 26x9,5x6 cms

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