A Dutch silver basket by Hermanus Heuvel
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Hermanus Heuvel

A Dutch silver basket 1775

Silver
17 cm
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Jacob J. Roosjen SRI

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About the artwork

Hermanus Heuvel was born in Nijmegen in 1736 as son of Johannes Heuvel and Elisabeth van Hagen. In 1766 he became master-silversmith in Amsterdam. That same year he married Anna Sibilla Ruyghoud. The couple lived at Egelantierstraat in Amsterdam. As a service worker Hermanus manufactured candlesticks, baskets, sauceboats and tobacco jars until 1780. Later on he specialized in smaller objects like salts, table bells and chamber sticks. His son Johannes also became silversmith. He had his workshop at Lauriergracht in Amsterdam, where his father Hermanus died in 1810.

Associate literature:
K.A. Citroen, Amsterdamse zilversmeden en hun merken, Amsterdam, 1975, p. 65, nr. 324 and p. 94.

About the Artist

Hermanus Heuvel was born in Nijmegen in 1736 as son of Johannes Heuvel and Elisabeth van Hagen. In 1766 he became a master-silversmith in Amsterdam. That same year he married Anna Sibilla Ruyghoud. The couple lived on the Egelantierstraat in Amsterdam. Hermanus manufactured candlesticks, baskets, sauceboats and tobacco jars until 1780. Later he specialized in smaller objects such as table bells and chamber sticks. His son Johannes also became a silversmith. Johannes held his workshop at the Lauriergracht in Amsterdam, where his father Hermanus died in 1810.