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Cape Silver Konfyt Fork - Johannes Casparus Lotter     Order Form     Request more information
Reference: S1888
Period: George III
Year: 1811-1823
Silversmith: Johannes Casparus Lotter
Place: Cape
Price: $ 290.00
Weight: 14 grams
Dimensions: 12.7 cm
Condition: Very good, tines have been shortened, scratches to tines.

Description: A Cape silver konfyt fork in the Old English pattern, with 3 tines. The fork has engraved original owners initials MMR, quite quaintly engraved, possibly by an amateur. The makers mark is very well struck and very clear, makers initials ICL between 2 floral devices with 7 petals (Welz mark 78, page 150). Lotter worked at the Cape between 1811 and his death in 1823, he shared a name with his father Johannes Casparus Lotter, who was also a silversmith (12 members of the Lotter family practised as silversmiths).
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