Antique German silver centrepiece, decorated with poisedon like figures from Greek mythology holding the upper part of the piece.
Made in Germany, Berlin early 19th century.
Maker: Gebrüder Dehle for Godet Gebrüder & Co
The Godet firm was founded in 1761 by Jean Godet. The Godet firm was one of the earliest order decoration jewelers in Germany. Under the management of Jean Fredric Godet the company became court jeweler to the Prussian Kings in 1828. The Godet family ran the business as J. Godet & Söhne from approximately 1864 to sometime after 1924, when the name changed to Eugen Godet & Co. In the late 1920th early 1930th the name changed again to Gebrüder Godet & Co.
Length: 47 cm
Width: 27.5 cm
Height: 27.5 cm
Weight: 2492 grams
Condition: Has some wear and tear consistent with age and use, no damage, great overall condition.
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- Centre de table
- Argent 800
- Gebruder Deyhle for Godet Gebrüder & Co
- Période estimée
- Fin du XIXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Excellent état, à peine utilisé avec des signes minimes d'usure
- 2492 g