A pair of Belgian sugarvases
A pair of Belgian sugarvases
A pair of Belgian sugarvases
A pair of Belgian sugarvases

A pair of Belgian sugarvases

1795 Belgium

Offered by Pieter Hoogendijk

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square base resting on four baluster-shaped feet, the raised base, decorated with acanthus leaves, openwork body with hanging beaded rims (a piece of one rim missing), two angular handles, with blue glass-liners (one has been replaced over the years)

with old label:
Oude Vlaamse Kunst, Antwerpen 1930.

The 1930 World Exhibition was divided in a Flemish show in Antwerp from April 26 untill November 4, 1930 and a Walloon exhibition in Liege from 3 May untill 3 November 1930. These exhibitions were the result of a compromise made in 1926. Belgium had taken the organization of a World Exibition upon them in 1914 but did not choose a location yet. The First World War disrupted the preparations and after the Olympic Games in Antwerp a decision still had to be made. After many debates, the government decided in 1926 to organize the Universal Exhibition in 1935 in Brussels and to award Antwerp and Liege with a double exhibition with themes to be divided by the two cities.
Private Collection, Belgium.
Height 17.00 cm (6.69 inches)
Maker's mark Jan Baptist Verberckt I, Antwerp, 1795
Pieter Hoogendijk

Pieter Hoogendijk
Amsterdamsestraatweg 31
1411 AW


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