A Dutch-engraved light baluster Dutch East India Company shipping goblet
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A Dutch-engraved light baluster Dutch East India Company shipping goblet

ATTRIBUTED TO JACOB SANG, THIRD QUARTER 18TH CENTURY

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A Dutch-engraved light baluster Dutch East India Company shipping goblet
Attributed to Jacob Sang, third quarter 18th Century
The round funnel bowl decorated with a continuous scene of a large three-mast sailing ship with flying pennants of the Delft chamber of the V.O.C. engraved D above VOC to the rear flag and VOC to another flag, inscribed above T' BEHOUDEN VAAREN VAN DEEZEN BOODEM (The safe sailing of this ship) on a ribbon cartouche, the stem with an angular knop, a short baluster section enclosing an elongated tear and a beaded inverted baluster above a basal knop, the foot conical, minute fill-in to footrim
18.9 cm. (7½ in.) high
Provenance
With F. Laméris Antiquair, Amsterdam, 1995, acquired by
Dr Anton C.R. Dreesmann (inventory no. H-53).
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