27 - 29 April 2010
A RARE EARLY DUTCH PARCEL-GILT CHALICE ON FOOT AND PATEN
THE HAGUE, 1647, MAKER'S MARK ATTRIBUTED TO JEREMIAS MICHEEL I (VOET 19); THE PATEN UNMARKED, ALSO MID 17TH CENTURY
ON A CIRCULAR LOBED FOOT, RISING TOWARDS A KNOPPED STEM, SUPPORTING A CYLINDRICAL CUP, THE SURFACE 'SANDED', WITH PLAIN BANDS, THE INTERIOR OF THE BASE ENGRAVED WITH AN ACOLéE COAT-OF-ARMS AND INSCRIBED 1647; AND A PATEN, MARKED ON THE RIM
28.2 CM. HIGH
964 GR. (2)
ACQUIRED FROM NIJSTAD & LOCHEM, THE HAGUE.
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EXHIBITION CATALOGUE, HAAGS ZILVER UIT VIJF EEUWEN, GEMEENTEMUSEUM DEN HAAG, 1967, NR. 25.
H.L. KRUIMEL AND H.E. VAN DER KUN IN 'JAARBOEK VAN HET CENTRAAL BUREAU VOOR GENEALOGIE', 1964, P.164 ON., EEN MISKELK IN HAAGS KUNSTBEZIT.
THIS CHALICE BEARS THE ACCOLéE COAT-OF-ARMS OF JOHAN DE JONGE, LAWYER FOR THE 'HOVE VAN HOLLAND' AND MARA DE VIANEN, WHO WERE MARRIED IN 1643 IN THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IN THE OUDE MOLSTRAAT IN THE HAGUE. THIS CHALICE WAS GIVEN TO THEM BY THEIR CHURCH.
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