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Lunden collection

Ardent collector, member of the Committee of the Royal Museums of Art and History, accomplished pianist, plant buff, ‘jonkheer’ by rank… Pierre Lunden (1887-1975) was all of those things. He started off collecting Chinese porcelain, but around 1955 it was domestic, eighteenth-century silver from the Southern Netherlands that began to draw his interest. On his death in 1975, he bequeathed his considerable collection to the Sterckshof. In that way he helped lay the foundations of the Silver Museum and DIVA. All the objects under this topic come from Pierre Lunden’s collection.

We found 8 objects
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Windmill cup

1688 - 1689 - Lepies Anthoni
Silver
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Sugar and spoon stand

1750 - 1800 - Vos Jan Frans of/or Godfried
Silver
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Coffeepot

1778 - 1778 - Verberckt Jan Baptist I
Silver, Ivory
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Snuff box

1778 - 1778 - Warquant Antoine
Silver
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Duck terrine

1723 - 1736
Porcelain, Enamel
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Teacup with saucer

1723 - 1736
Porcelain
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Teapot or sake pot

1662 - 1722
Porcelain, Enamel
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Portrait of Suzanna Lunden-Fourment

1821 - 1821 - Debucourt Louis Philibert, Rubens Pieter Paul
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