One pewter ecuelle and two plates. 18th and 19th Century

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- Pewter ecuelle with console wings, ribboned outline and palmettes decoration
Length: 24 cm (9-1/2 in.).
Without marks, which is often the case for item with this provenance from this period
SOUTH-WEST FRANCE, Early 19th Century
Good condition

- Pewter plate with round moulded border
Not registered maker’s mark by Erwin HINTZE: initials I.M.B. with crowns and incomplete city name: /---/OPFHEIM
Diameter: 21,7 cm (8-1/2 in.).
GERMANY, Second Half-18th Century
Very fine state of conservation

- Pewter plate with round moulded border
Mark:
1° - crowned rose (master’s initals are worn and illegible)
2° - quality mark: ÉTAIN DE CORNOUAILLE
Diameter : 21,5 cm (8-1/2 in.).
FRENCH FLANDERS, Second Half-18th Century
Very fine state of conservation

Commentary: The mention “Étain de Cournouaille” was used by numerous centers in France and somewhat in Belgium and with little indication of provenance; however the master’s mark “crowned rose” excludes certain regions where the symbol was not employed and tend to locate this plate from Northern France.

Provenance :

  • Items quantity:  3
  • Expertissim Reference: 2013020298