Price: $ 2,450.00
Circa 1790, a rare late 18th century Spanish colonial sterling silver bandeja with raised edge and a handle on each end. Hallmarked with the chief assayer Antonio Forcada (1791-1818), along with the quality & tax mark; locality mark (M for Mexico City) and maker's mark -- 'Gartami'. The verso with burillada marks (a zig-zag line scratched in the silver to test silver content).
Dimensions: measures 9.5 inches long x 4 inches wide. Weight: 213 gram.
In excellent condition with obvious wear from age and use, including a couple of minor dents and scratches.
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