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An extremely interesting early 19th century foxhunting scene, beautifully engraved on a blond horn beaker. It has a slightly misshapen shape, owing no doubt due to the use of hot liquids such as mulled ale. The whole beaker, with a watertight inset horn base, is engraved with a pack of 24 hounds chasing a fox, heading for a cover amongst trees. It also has depicted a windmill and three houses, all in an undulating landscape, and is an excellent example of a pleasing colour.

 

English Circa 1820

Dimensions

4¾ in. (12 cm.) High 3 in. (7.5 cm.) Diameter


Stock number

S/4500
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