Exclusive bronze bowl crafted using earth casting mold and silver in 2007 with pure silver. Made with patterns in relief in edge and interior. Background with a party scene in the paintings tavern Die Tanzstunde (dancing class) Dutch Golden Age master Jan Steen (1626-1679).
Single piece, c. 1910, we guarantee you will not find another piece like this one. With a diameter of 132 mm. and weighs 296,50 grams., this beautiful and unique dish becomes an elegant decorative element of great beauty and plasticity.
Jan Steen was born in Leiden (Netherlands) and is known worldwide for their everyday scenes and humor in his work. Steen was a prolific painter especially animated scenes of taverns and children, but also painted landscapes, portraits, and religious subjects. Daily life was one of the main themes of Jan Steen. Many of the scenes he portrayed are lively to the point of reaching a chaotic fun show.
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