A tall Dutch-engraved light-baluster goblet, circa 1760
Lot 59
A tall Dutch-engraved light-baluster goblet, circa 1760
Sold for £6,000 (US$ 10,103) inc. premium
Lot Details
A tall Dutch-engraved light-baluster goblet, circa 1760
The pointed funnel bowl, decorated in the manner of Christoffel Schroeder, with a continuous allegorical scene of four putti engaged in activities representing the Four Seasons, set on a tall multi-knopped stem over a wide conical foot, 23cm high

Footnotes

  • Provenance:
    The Helfried Krug Collection, sold at Sotheby's, 14 March 1983, part IV, lot 674

    Literature:
    Brigitte Klesse, Glassamlung Helfried Krug, part I (1965), no.326
    Gustav Weiss, Gläserbuch (1966), p.176

    See Klesse, op.cit., pp.56-59 for a discussion concerning Schroeder who is recorded in the Delft Archives as being of Berlin origin, thus explaining the close stylistic similarities to the Potsdam-Zechlin school of engravers such as Elias Rosbach and Bode. See the Krug Collection of Glass Part I, Sotheby's, 7 July 1981, lot 150 for another goblet attributed to Schroeder.
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