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Goblet, glass, the generous funnel bowl wheel-engraved with four panels encircled by laurel wreaths enclosing a ship in a storm, a ship on a calm sea, an allegorical figure of a lady with a fan and a woman standing on a winged sphere allegorical of Wind below an inscription on a ribbon cartouche; hollow inverted baluster stem between collars, the foot with a band of berried foliage.
- Made in: Germany (?)
- Height: 20.8 centimetres
- Diameter: 9.9 centimetres
Inscription ContentDEM MEER MAGST WOHL EIN SCHIFF VERTRAVEN NICHT ABER IVNGFERN ODER FRAVEN WEIL SIE GANZ VNBESTENDIG SIND GLEICH WIE DAS WETTER VND DER WIND
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Object reference number: MCN16115
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