A Dutch engraved goblet
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A Dutch engraved goblet

CIRCA 1745

Details
A Dutch engraved goblet
Circa 1745
The funnel bowl engraved with a two-storied house with an attic window, flanked by trees and fencing, beneath the inscription HET WELVAAREN VAN DEESEN HUYS (The Prosperity of this House), on a triple-knopped stem enclosing an elongated tear and on a folded conical foot
21 cm. (8¼ in.) high
Provenance
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. H-21).
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