Adrian Bancker punch bowl circa 1750


Adrian Bancker punch bowl circa 1750 New York

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This fine New York punch bowl was made circa 1750. It measures 8 inches across and weighs a hefty 17 Oz. 5 Dwt. Adrian was the son of Everett, the mayor of Albany. He apprenticed under Hendrick Boelen II, one of the great Dutch silversmiths of New York. The punch bowl is well marked twice on the base with AB in the oval. The foliate initials are AHMGI.


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