19 - 20 December 2007,
Price realised EUR 2,640
EUR 1,000 - EUR 1,500
A Loosdrecht broth bowl
LATE PERIOD 1782-1784, BLUE M:OL. MARK, INCISED M:OL AND L48
Painted in purple camaieu with two landscape scenes upon root vignettes, one with a man on horseback in front of boats, the other with a man and his horse drinking, with a distant building and figures, the border with gilt stylised foliage garland (minor chip to the base and minor wear to gilding)
19 cm. diam.
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