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A pair of vase-shaped silver wine fountains
Maker:  Attributed to Loofs, Adam, c1645-1710
Attributed to Loofs, Adam, c1645-1710: A pair of vase-shaped silver wine fountains, decorated with acanthus foliage and husks, with each spout in the form of a amorino, holding a dolphin. High scroll handles terminate in dolphin masks, the covers with stag head finials. The centre of the bodies have cartouches engraved with the arms of Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford; unmarked. The design in the French taste is now believed to be Dutch and by Adam Loofs, produced by him in Paris in 1681, the covers with stags' heads and arms added later, overall height 85.1cm.
Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Nottinghamshire
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