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A Danish Pan

A. Dragsted est. 1854 in Copenhagen


A Danish Pan

Lot-No. 692

Proceeds : 300,00 €


Copenhagen, 1914. Silver, marked, Assay mark: 'HCF', MM.: 'A.DRAGSTED KØPENHAVN'. Round pan with even wall and winged, folded decor. Wooden handle. H. 6,7 cm, dm. 20 cm. Weight approx. 386 g. - Danish silversmith, Arent Nikolaj Dragsted (1821-1898), a journeyman in the manufacture of A. Michelsen, in 1854 he founded his workshop 'A. Dragsted', in 1862 participation at the World Exhibition in London and soon became the Royal jeweler and goldsmith. The manufacture was continued after his death by his sons and is now one of the leading silver manufacturers in Denmark. Mus.: Berlin (Bröhan), et al. Lit.: Bröhan Museum, Metal Modern Art, pp. 40.

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A. Dragsted: A Danish Pan


A. Dragsted est. 1854 in Copenhagen

A Danish Pan

Lot-No. 692

Proceeds : 300,00 €

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Copenhagen, 1914. Silver, marked, Assay mark: 'HCF', MM.: 'A.DRAGSTED KØPENHAVN'. Round pan with even wall and winged, folded decor. Wooden handle. H. 6,7 cm, dm. 20 cm. Weight approx. 386 g. - Danish silversmith, Arent Nikolaj Dragsted (1821-1898), a journeyman in the manufacture of A. Michelsen, in 1854 he founded his workshop 'A. Dragsted', in 1862 participation at the World Exhibition in London and soon became the Royal jeweler and goldsmith. The manufacture was continued after his death by his sons and is now one of the leading silver manufacturers in Denmark. Mus.: Berlin (Bröhan), et al. Lit.: Bröhan Museum, Metal Modern Art, pp. 40.

A Danish Pan
A Danish Pan