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Attributed to Pieter van den Bosch (Amsterdam c. 1612/3-c. 1663/83 London)

Grapes, a pear, an apple, a lemon, oysters and a silver-gilt cup in a stone niche

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Attributed to Pieter van den Bosch (Amsterdam c. 1612/3-c. 1663/83 London)
Grapes, a pear, an apple, a lemon, oysters and a silver-gilt cup in a stone niche
inscribed 'PXB' (upper left, on the shield)
oil on panel
26¾ x 20¾ in. (68 x 52.7 cm.)
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Lot Essay

We are grateful to Fred Meijer of the RKD for proposing the attribution on the basis of photographs. The picture presents a prestigious luxury item, a German silver-gilt, lobed, gourd-shaped cup and cover with a warrior finial holding a pike and shield, the shield engraved with the ownership initials PB with a cross device between, probably a Nuremberg goldsmith's work of circa 1620.

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