Price: $ 3,200.00
This early 19th century silver inkwell from Spain, made in 1807, is the creation of the most significant silversmith of neoclassical Madrid -- Antonio Martinez. The inkwell bears several hallmarks including 'Mz' for Martinez, together with the Castle / 7 mark underneath, which represents the assayer's stamp for Madrid 1807. The shield with the 7 below is the coat of arms (locality mark) for Madrid, 1807.
Antonio Martinez worked in the late 18th century and died in 1798. He founded the 'Real Fabrica de Plateria Martinez' sponsored by Carlos III. After his death in 1798, the Fabrica lived on, still using the 'Mz' mark. This piece was made at that time, 1807.
Dimensions: approximately 8.5 inches long x 5 inches wide x 2.75 inches high
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