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Mug

Maker:
Jacob Ten Eyck (1705–1793)
Date:
1735–50
Geography:
Made in Albany, New York, United States
Culture:
American
Medium:
Silver
Dimensions:
Overall: 4 x 4 9/16 in. (10.2 x 11.6 cm); 9 oz. 12 dwt. (297.9 g) Lip: Diam. 2 15/16 in. (7.5 cm) Foot: Diam. 3 1/4 in. (8.3 cm)
Classification:
Silver
Credit Line:
Gift of Mrs. Abraham Lansing, 1901
Accession Number:
01.3.3
On view at The Met Fifth Avenue in Gallery 774
Inscription: engraved on body: coat of arms on shield within scrolled mantling with a ? crest below and device above
engraved on underside: JD (script) / PG (shaded roman)

Marking: marked on body to right of handle: I T E [TE are conjoined] (in oval)
Jonas V. Douw (ca. 1655–1736); to his son Petrus Douw (1692–1775); to his daughter Magdalena Douw (Mrs. Harmen) Gansevoort (1718–1796); to her son Peter Gansevoort (1749–1812); to his son Peter Gansevoort, Jr. (1788–1876); to his daughter Catherine Gansevoort (Mrs. Abraham) Lansing (1839–1918); gift to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1901.
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