A Dutch-engraved light baluster goblet
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A Dutch-engraved light baluster goblet

CIRCA 1770

Details
A Dutch-engraved light baluster goblet
Circa 1770
The funnel bowl engraved in the manner of Jacob Sang with a small rearing stallion on a sward and a rocaille cartouche suspending beaded swags beneath the inscription AUREA LIBERTAS (Golden Liberty), the stem with two inverted baluster sections and a beaded knop, on a domed foot
18.5 cm. (7¼ in.) high
Provenance
With P.J.G. Korf de Gidts Antiquair, Amsterdam, 1996, acquired by
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. H-57).
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