Harache family The Harache family is a family of goldsmiths of Huguenot extraction, many of whom came to London from France towards the end of the 17th century to avoid persecution. They were responsible for some of England’s most important silver of the time. The family was active in the production of silver plate in London for about a hundred years. more from Wikipedia
The Plymouth Fountain England, century The Royal Collection “A silver-gilt Baroque fountain with four spreading basins, repousse and chased with marine figures, surmounted by a square column with figures in niches on each side, the finial.
Siouckes, Leeuwarden, berkemeier, 1598, hoogte 9,5 cm, diameter 8,4 cm, 8o gr, meesterteken: huismerk (Fries Museum, Leeuwarden, inv.nr 1954-31). Onder de liprand is gegraveerd: ‘DRINCKT * IN * DEN * HEILIGEN * GEEST * ENDE * GODTS * GEBODT * FREEST ‘ 98’. In het fries daaronder is een berenjacht gegraveerd.