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American Silversmiths

Jurrien Blanck
(1625-c 1675)
Tryntie Claes
(abt 1625-)
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Jurrien Blanck
(1644-1714)

 

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Hester Van Der Beeck

Jurrien Blanck

  • Born: 1644, New York City NY
  • Christened: 9 Apr 1645, New York City NY
  • Marriage: Hester Van Der Beeck on 25 Nov 1673 in New York City NY
  • Died: Apr 1714

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  Events in his life were:


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  • Alternate Mark

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  • Spoon, 1670-1680
    Yale University
    l: 6 3/4"

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  • Spoon, 1670-1690
    Metropolitan Museum of Art
    l: 6 3/8"
    wt: 1 1/2 oz

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  • Spoon, 1670-1690
    Private Collection
    l: 6 5/8"
    wt: 1 oz, 10 dwt

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  • Beaker, c 1680-1690
    Yale University 13
    h: 6 5/8"
    d: 3 1/8" (base)
    wt: 11 oz, 3 dwt
    Engraved VG over AF and G over IA. Formerly attributed to Jacob Boelen, but given to Blanck based on his close association with several other similar beakers in New York churches.

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  • Covered cup, c 1690
    Winterthur Library 7
    h: 5 1/2" (with cover)
    d: 5 5/8" (rim)
    wt: 23 oz, 20 dwt
    Engraved C over I * E for Jacobus and Eva (Philipse) Van Cortland and with the Philipse family crest. Probably commissioned by Frederick Philipse and given to the couple as a wedding gift.
  • Made freeman of New York City NY, 18 Dec 1695.

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  • Caster, c 1700
    Private Collection
    h: 5 1/2"
    wt: 6 oz, 4 dwt
    Engraved CEE on bottom, possibly for a member fo the Van Cortland family. This piece is part of a set, which included a sugar caster and a pepper or dry mustard caster currently in the collection of the Museum of the City of New York.

Jurrien married Hester Van Der Beeck on 25 Nov 1673 in New York City NY. (Hester Van Der Beeck was born on 15 Dec 1652 in New York City NY, christened on 15 Dec 1652 in New York City NY, died on 26 Sep 1727 and was buried on 26 Sep 1727.)




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