6 December 2004
THE PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF MRS. DEENIK-VERHOEVEN
A Dutch parcel-gilt beaker
Maker's mark unidentified, a tazza in shaped shield, Leiden, 1629
Trupet-shaped, on moulded footrim with a band of lozenges, the upper part of the body engraved with interlaced scrolling foliage, flowers, pending fruit and strapwork, the lower part of the body engraved with three various sailing ships, the base inscribed I.H.M.K and A.C.V.K. and a house mark, marked on base
18.5 cm. high
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Exhibition catalogue, Leids zilver, Leiden, 1977, p. 38, no. 7, illustrated.
Leiden, Stedelijk Museum de Lakenhal, Leids zilver, 5 november - 31 december 1977, no. 7.
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