London, King Street-South Kensington Offsite sale
18 July 2002
A SPANISH COW-HORN POWDER-FLASK
By Ramón Zuluaga (sic), circa 1800
With curved faceted translucent body, horn base-plate, hinged horn top plate with horn nozzle, and signed curved steel belt hook with chiselled finial carrying a rectangular suspension-loop
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See James D. Lavin, 'The Zuloaga Armourers', J.A.A.S., vol. XII, no. 2 (September 1986), pp. 63-148
Ramón Zuloaga (of Madrid and Placentia) was the brother of Blas, and uncle of Eusebio
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