21 - 22 September 2010
A DUTCH ENGRAVED GOBLET 'HET WELVAREN VAN DEN HEER ANTONI PIETER DISHOECK'
MID 18TH CENTURY
The bowl with a coat-of-arms to the front depicting a mansion and a lion, the reverse with a foliate cartouche inscribed HET WELVAREN VAN DEN WEL ED: gest. HEER EN MR ANTONI PIETER DISHOECK PROOST EN ARCHIDIACON DER PROSDEY ST. IANS TOT UYTREGHT HEERE VAN OUTHUYSE &&&, on a knopped stem
25.4 cm. high
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Anthony Pieter van Dishoeck (1706-1767) was mayor, a member of the Admirality and alderman in Vlissingen. He was also lord of Domburg and Oudhuizen and dean of St. Jan in Utrecht.
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