SILVER SAUCEBOAT. WITH HALLMARKS. PLATERÍAS MARTÍNEZ, MADRID, SPAIN, CIRCA LATE 18TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZF0686

Sauce boat or spice rack with lid. Silver in its color. Silversmiths Martínez, Madrid, towards the end of the 18th century.
Cup-shaped sauce boat with lid made of silver in its color that has a strong influence of the French English silverware of its time, as can be seen both in its lines and in its decorative elements. The contrasting marks link it with Madrid and with the so-called Real Fábrica de Platerías Martínez or Platerías Martínez. The Real Fábrica de Platería de Martínez was founded in 1778, and marked the introduction in Spain of the industrial manufacturing method in the field of silver work and neoclassical aesthetics in Spanish silverware. Likewise, it was one of the most important silversmith centers in the history of Spain, and was characterized by the originality of its designs and the perfect finish of its pieces. Weight: 280 grams."


· Size: 16x9,5x13,5 cms

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