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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 11 objects
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Tea caddy

1718 - 1719 - van Beughen Jan Carel II
Silver
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Jug with pewter lid

1550 - 1625
Stoneware, Tin
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Dressing case

1726/01 - 1729/03 - Chifflé Paulus
Silver
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A pair of boxes

1739 - 1740, 1739/11 - 1740/12 - Verlaere Guido jr
Silver
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Caster and mustard pot

1730 - 1734 - Alio Peeter jr
Silver
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A pair of vases

1754 - 1754 - Simons Aurelius Augustinus
Silver
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A pair of dressing cases and dish

1691 - 1743/05/19, 1710 - 1711 - Dellevaux Ludovicus Petrus, Galle Jan Baptist
Silver
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Toilet set

1713 - 1714 - Levieux Jacques-Philippe I
Silver
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Soap box

1708 - 1709 - Levieux Jacques-Philippe I
Gold, Silver
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Teakettle

1734 - 1735
Ivory, Silver
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Teapot or sake pot

1662 - 1722
Enamel (fused coating) , Porcelain