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    Sale 2797

    Anton Philips, Entrepreneur & Connoisseur

    6 November 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 29

    A Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie cruet set

    1707-1725, MARKED FOR JAN GAAL, DE TWEE SCHEEPJES

    Price Realised  

    A Dutch Delft blue and white chinoiserie cruet set
    1707-1725, MARKED FOR JAN GAAL, DE TWEE SCHEEPJES
    Painted with dragons within dense foliage and flower heads, of octagonal shape, all single-handled, comprising: an ovoid oil cruet and cover, the cover inscribed O, an ovoid vinegar cruet and an assembled cover, the cover inscribed A, a double cruet stand on four feet (one bottle and the stand with a hairline crack)
    The cruet stand 18.6 cm. wide and the cruets circa 14.8 cm. high (5)


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