18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking
18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking 18th century large silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking

18th century silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking pot

Reference
19082210
Maker
Herkeur met een dolfijntje en 2de gehalte keur
Country
Nederland
Model
18de eeuw
Weight
15,3 gram
Size
42,2 x 21,3 x18,2 mm zonder handvat
€950.00

Dutch 18th century silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking pot.



18th century silver dollhouse miniature of a ham cooking pot. The silver ham cooking pot is made in the Netherlands and has the hallmark of the little dolphin. This is a tax sign for unsecured works of national origin (used between 1859 and 1893). The second hallmark is from a later date (used from 1953 to the present). The ham cooking pot has an engraving all around.