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Two silver salt cellars

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Two silver salt cellars

Artist/ Creator
Johannes Lutma I
Title
Two silver salt cellars
Year
1643
Technique
Parcel gilt silver
Size
KA 8050: 801,4 gram en KA 8051: 774 gram
Inventorynumber
KA 8050 en KA 8051
Description

KA 8050: h. 23.3 cm, l. 12.6 cm, b. 11.6 cm, weight 801.4 grams

Category
Applied art

Museum

Amsterdam Museum

Reconstruction origin

Before 1906-11-27
O.R. van Iddekinge van Drogenhorst (collection), Groningen

Museum inventory; see Frederik Muller cat., Amsterdam, 27 November 1906, no. 452 (ill.)

1906-11-27
Frederik Muller (auction), Amsterdam

Museum inventory; see Frederik Muller cat., Amsterdam, 27 November 1906, no. 452 (ill.)

Before 1937-09-27
Emma Budge (collection), Hamburg

Museum inventory; see P. Graupe cat., Berlin, 27 September 1937, no. 255 (ill.)

1937-09-27
Paul Graupe (auction), Berlin

Museum inventory; see P. Graupe cat., Berlin, 27 September 1937, no. 255 (ill.)

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A. Vecht (art dealer), Amsterdam

Museum inventory

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Hendrik Petrus Doodeheefver (collection), Hilversum

Museum inventory

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Gebr. Katz (art dealer), Dieren

Museum inventory

Before 1951 <> 1960-03-22
Wilhelmus Jozefus Rudolphus Dreesmann (collection), Amsterdam

Museum inventory; D.C. Röell and H. Brugmans, Verzameling Amsterdam W.J.R. Dreesmann, vol. 3, Amsterdam 1951, p. 809 (ill.); see Frederik Muller cat., Amsterdam, 22 March 1960, no. 95 and 96

1960-03-22
Frederik Muller (auction), Amsterdam

Museum inventory; see Frederik Muller cat., Amsterdam, 22 March 1960, no. 95 and 96

1960-03-22
Purchased by the museum at Frederik Muller auction

Museum inventory

1960-03-22 <> present day
Amsterdam Museum