SILVER SPICE DISH. DE CASTRO, DAMIÁN; SÁNCHEZ SOTO, JUAN. SPAIN, CÓRDOBA, SECOND HALF 18TH CENTURY.

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Reference: ZF0982

Spice rack. Silver. DE CASTRO, Damián. SANCHEZ SOTO, Juan. Spain, Córdoba, second half of the 18th century. With contrast markings. Silver spice rack in its color with a truncated conical body, a sinuous lower edge that rests on volute legs with plant motifs, a semi-spherical bowl without divisions, a lid with a domed hinge, and decorated with plant elements in high relief. The cover features a rose, surrounded by a line of dots that creates waves. The contrast marks place the creation of the piece in Córdoba, verified by Damián de Castro and by Juan Sánchez Soto (probably the son and brother of Cristóbal), in the second half of the 18th century. Typologically, it is a spice rack belonging to a somewhat peculiar tradition or model, common in Córdoba and Madrid but also present in Gerona, Antequera, etc. Weight: 87 grams.

· Size: 7,5x6x5 cms

600,00 €


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