Dutch silver ecuelle by Isacq Samuel Busard
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Dutch silver ecuelle 1771

Isacq Samuel Busard

12.50 ⨯ 23.50 cm
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Jacob J. Roosjen SRI

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    Dutch silver ecuelle
    Isacq Samuel Busard, The Hague, 1771

    725 grams
    23.5 cm wide; 12.5 cm high

    The plain circular bowl is fitted with double scroll handles and a circular spreading base. The detachable cover has a flower bud finial.
    Fully marked at the reverse and also stuck with the assay mark of The Hague 1795. Displaying an assay stripe.
    Small tureens, also known as écuelles, were often used à la mode française, for serving broth for breakfast. Therefore, they were often part of an extended toilet service.

    Private collection, Switzerland

    Associate literature:

    Jet Pijzel-Dommisse, Haags Goud en Zilver, Zwolle, 2005

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