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Stoneware baluster jug; brown; pewter lid-mount; underside - stamped bust of bishop; neck frieze - narrative scenes, peasants behind hedge, peasants' brawl, peasants' feast; body frieze - 2 musicians, nine couples dancing, respective names inscribed; above and below frieze - horizontal inscribed scrolls, much worn; monogram.
- 1576 (on applied body-frieze)
- Workshop in: Raeren
- (Europe,Belgium,Wallonie,Liège (province),Raeren (Liège))
- Height: 228 millimetres (max)
- Diameter: 73 millimetres (rim)
- Diameter: 94 millimetres (base)
Inscription Positionbody frieze
Inscription TransliterationIAN ROUT HOOT CLAES SAECHTISN HANUE EULISE PAES YAUSTEIN S IAU TRECT S PEER WUET LIPPEU LOER DORSSCHER IAM TIS GORIS
Inscription TranslationJan Ronthoot Claes Saechstein Hanne(s) und Lise Vaes van Stein Ian Trecht Saecht Peer Wuet Lippen Loer Dorsscher Ian Tis Goris
Inscription Positionneck and body frieze
Inscription TranslationJan Emens.
1995 Jun-Oct, BM, 'German Renaissance Prints, 1490-1550', no.105
Some restoration on lower body; cracks towards base.
Britain, Europe and Prehistory
- No 262 (Thomas Collection)
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Object reference number: MCT6978
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