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Lot 423: * A good early 20th century chalice, possibly
The Antiques Sale
February 9, 2012
Near Cirencester, United Kingdom
* A good early 20th century chalice, possibly Dutch, circa 1909, with wide spreading base chased with 12 leaves and applied with a black enamelled cross and 3 copper and blue and white enamel panels depicting Christ, St. Peter and The Madonna and Child, the unusual stem with a large stone knop, probably basalt, and the tapering bowl set within a stylized crown mount, the underside of the base inscribed "Familia Vanderveeren Offert Dom Odilo Hunc Calcem Die Consecrationis Sacerdotabis Ejus 18-XII-1909", 21cm high, together with a 20th century gilt metal chalice with a hammered finish, the conical base applied with an elaborate beaded cross and stamped "Jerusalem", the central section formed as a large plain bone knop supporting a shallow wide bowl, probably circa 1960, 15cm high, 15cm diam. (2)
Please Note: Buyer's premium is 23.4% of the hammer price