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

ATTRIBUTED TO JACOB SANG, CIRCA 1760

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A Dutch-engraved baluster goblet
Attributed to Jacob Sang, circa 1760
The generous bowl with an accouchement scene depicting a seated midwife pulling the rope of a cradle beside a laid table and a new mother in a four poster bed, on a chequered floor, within an elaborate rococo cartouche surmounted with a tasselled canopy and suspending beaded swags, the reverse inscribed HET WELVAAREN VAN DE KRAAMVROUW EN T' KINTJE (The well being of the new mother and her baby), on short angular-knopped stem and conical foot
15.8 cm. (6¼ in.) high
Provenance
With Mallett & Son Antiques, London, 1990.
With P.J.F. Korf de Gidts Antiquair, Amsterdam, 1995, acquired by
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. H-51).
Literature
C.R.S. Sheppard & J.P.Smith, Engraved glass, masterpieces from Holland, London, 1990, pp. 58-59, no. 29.
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