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Carolus Benninck

Carolus Benninck, Belgian silver maker. 18th century

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Carolus Benninck

Carolus Benninck, Belgian silver maker. 18th century

  • 1771

    Carolus Benninck

    8331 Antique Belgian Silver Spoon

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    An early Belgian silver serving spoon of plain form from Brugge. Large size. Heavy gauge silver. Engraved initials to the end of the handle (reverse side). Weight 141 grams, 4.5 troy ounces. Length 29 cms. Fully marked on the back with Belgian silver stamps for Bruges 1771. Maker Carolus Benninck.

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  • 1706

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    Thomas Nash

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  • 1795

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