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Goblet, glass, funnel bowl, diamond-engraved with a seated piper and dancing couples beneath fruiting vines belwo the rim, the stem with hollow baluster knop0 beetween two mereses, the conical foot with a band of flowering foliage.
- 1680-1700 (circa)
- Made in: Netherlands
- Height: 18.2 centimetres
The style of the diamond-point engraving resembles the work of Mooleyser, see Risema van Eyck II, no. 37.
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Object reference number: MCN15778
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