Lot 36    

Enamel on Copper Mug with Nautical Scenes,
2009, Fall Fine and Decorative Art, Oct 2 & 3
19th century, Continental, possibly French or Dutch. An enamel-on-copper mug or stein with continuous scenes of fishing vessels in a harbor, enhanced with gilding; height 5 in.

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Restoration and damage.
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