Silver with gilded silver cup.
Gadrooned design with composed shaft, decorated with acanthus and pearled motifs.
With seal "FCDA", corresponding to asayer Antonio Forcada y la Paz; with location seal (a crowned letter M, in reference to Mexico City); quinto real; parcially illegible seal "(...)DNA", in probable reference to the author. All of the above are repeated in all three sections of the cup. Maintains burin stroke on the inside of the base.
Presents conservation details.
9.2" (23.5 cm) tall
*This piece was part of the exhibition, "Platería Mexicana" presented at the Museo de Artes Aplicadas voor Sierkunst, Belgium, in 1993 as part of the 93 edition of the international art festival, Europalia, in which catalog this piece is documented. This exhibition travelled the same year to the Museo Regional de Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Afterwards, in 2007, it was part of the exhibition, "Silver from Viceregal Mexico", presented at the International Museum of Art and Science, McAllen, Texas.
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