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A Baltic 18th century silver tureen with lid. Mark of Daniel Lundgren (Reval 1771-83).

Estimate
400 000 - 600 000 SEK
36 400 - 54 600 EUR
38 300 - 57 400 USD
Hammer price
920 000 SEK
Purchasing info
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Lisa Gartz
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Lisa Gartz
Head Specialist Silver
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A Baltic 18th century silver tureen with lid. Mark of Daniel Lundgren (Reval 1771-83).

Inside gilt. Underneath weak engraving: Wigt (weight) 221 and part of initials BH... Height 31 cm, length 38 cm, width 22 cm. Weight 2650 grams.

Provenance

Barbara Helena Staël von Holstein (1768-1826), Mehntach Estate, Estonia.
Count Carl Trolle-Bonde (1907-1969) Trolleholm, bought by him in Stockholm cirka 1960, before that reportedly bought in the Soviet Union.
Bought in the 1990s in Stockholm, Sweden.
Swedish private collection.

Exhibitions

Silver från skånska slott och herresäten, Landskrona Slott, 19/7 - 1/9 1963, catalouge no 163.

Literature

Mai Raud, "Svenska silversmeder i Tallinn", 1965, the other one of the pair (for the auction terrine), catalogue no 8.
Svenska Slott och Herresäten, Skåne Volume I, Malmö 1966, Trolleholm, p 297, ill. at p 293.
Carl Ehrnrooth, "Baltic silver", 1991, the other one of the pair (for the auction terrine), belonging to King Gustaf V:s foundation 434, the Royal collections, ill. at p. 241, catalogue no 192.
Annelore Leistikow, "Baltisches Silber", 1996, compare catalogue no. 319, p.174.

More information

The two readable owner's initials, B H, agree with the initials on the terrine's pendang in the royal collections,
B H S v H, for Barbara Helena Staël von Holstein (1768-1826) married in 1784 to the Estonian baron Eugen von Rosen (1757-1834).