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A DUTCH OR DUTCH EAST INDIES TREEN PIPE CASE
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A DUTCH OR DUTCH EAST INDIES TREEN PIPE CASE

EARLY 18TH CENTURY

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A DUTCH OR DUTCH EAST INDIES TREEN PIPE CASE
EARLY 18TH CENTURY
Profusely relief carved, the bowl modelled as a lion's head, the shaft depicting figures in tobacco leaf headdresses, coats-of-arms, trophies, and an European figure holding an armorial, the sliding carved with conforming figures and a tulip flower
11 in. (28 cm.) long
Provenance
With Michael Dunn, Claverack, New York, March 1986.
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Lot Essay

A comparable example is illustrated in Edward Pinto, Treen and other Wooden Bygones, London, 1969, pl. 354, fig. B.

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