Tefaf Maastricht 2019

Visit us at stand #235

For Tefaf 2019 John Endlich Antiquairs will arrive in Maastricht with an outstanding collection of Dutch silver. An important highlight is the Anna Maria Trip dolls’ house which has never been on the market and belonged to the same family since its origin, circa 1760. Another highlight is the Heda tazza. A rare drinking vessel that was made in Amsterdam in 1618, and most likely has been used by Willem Claesz. Heda in at least two of his paintings which are now in the Rijksmuseum. A 17th century coffee urn decorated with cut card-technique is also a leading masterpiece. Furthermore we offer a very rare set of 12 soup-plates from the Dutch Royal family that, by descent, came in the possession of the Swedish royal family. We will offer these plates together with the Vaillant dinner service. And finally, we offer an exceptional collection of Frisian silver ‘knot boxes’ with fine engravings, that are still in the best condition.

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  • Anna Maria Trip Dolls’ house

    In her extensive reference work Het Hollandse Pronkpoppenhuis, Interieur en Huishouden in de 17de en 18de eeuw (‘The…

  • The Heda tazza

    The chased silver tazza or drinking dish is resting on a knopped stem above a chased foot. The…

  • The Vaillant dinner service with 12 Royal soup plates

    The French influence on table habits and table services was once again noticeable in Europe in the beginning…

  • A rare coffee urn

    A SILVER COFFEE URN DECORATED WITH ‘CUT-CARD’ TECHNIQUE A chased lobed coffee-urn in conical shape supported by three…

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