6 October 2004
A Dutch silver brandybowl
Mark of Geert Jacobs van Oostmarssen, Groningen, 1675/76
Of oval lobed form, on domed foot, plain short stem, body engraved with coat-of-arms, two dragon shaped handles, base pricked IIP, marked on base
21.4 cm. wide
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For a similar brandybowl by the same maker made in 1674/75 see: Jean-Pierre van Rijen, Groninger Keur, Zilver uit Stad en Ommelanden, Groningen, 1997, p.63, n. 19, illustrated.
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