27 June 2000
Four Bohemian-engraved beakers
Early 19th Century
Comprising: two flared beakers;
- one engraved with a slain deer beside a hound, the reverse with a wreathed empty medallion
- one inscribed je pleure sa mort with a dead bird underneath a perched one, the reverse with an escutcheon enclosing the monogram F.M.
- one cylindrical with the monogram H.W.S.
- one cylindrical with floral decoration, the lower part with lozenges
The deer 9.5cm. (3 5/8 in.) high (4)
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