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Reference: ZF1013

Jug. Silver. SELLÁN, Juan. Madrid, 1847. With contrast markings. Silver jug in its color that has a flat handle with decoration of simple openwork plant elements between two smooth bands and a shape raised upwards, a large mouth extended forward, and a body with different lines and decorations organized in three registers, and a circular foot with a band of architectural motifs. These three registers are organized: a smooth area facing upwards, followed by a grooved part and another galloned part. Both the decoration and the lines of the jug show a clear classicist influence. It has engraved initials of belonging (FAL). The contrast marks are those of Villa y Corte de Madrid (they also provide the date) and that of the silversmith Juan Sellán, trained at the Royal Silver Factory of Martínez since 1821 and incorporated into the College of Silversmiths since 1842, the year in which they are dated. his first known works. The present model can be found with slight variations in the production of the Real Fábrica de Platerías Martínez in Madrid, and was later taken up by Juan Sellán. Weight: 1108 grams.

· Size: 18x12x33 cms.

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