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    Sale 2775

    European Furniture, Clocks, Sculpture and Works of Art

    19 - 20 December 2007, Amsterdam

  • Lot 167

    A signed and dated airtwist goblet by Jacob Sang

    1759, THE GLASS ENGLAND OR THE NETHERLANDS

    Price Realised  

    Estimate

    A signed and dated airtwist goblet by Jacob Sang
    1759, THE GLASS ENGLAND OR THE NETHERLANDS
    The bell bowl with a lady wearing a hoop skirt and jewellery, holding an infant girl on her left arm and another girl by the right hand, flanked by a hound standing on a treasure chest to the left and by a horse to the right, divided by a flower vase, on a continuous tile-paved floor vignette, underneath the inscription AL WAT ONS LIEF IS, 'everything which is dear to us', the straight stem enclosing a single spiral cable, the conical foot signed Jacob Sang, inv: et Fec: Amsterdam 1759.
    18.8 cm. high


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    'Everything dear to us', as a symbol for the values of the Dutch United Provinces in the 18th century: Family, Trade, Freedom.

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