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Image 01: Monkey Holding a Dish, probably a Sand Holder from a Writing Set

Monkey Holding a Dish, probably a Sand Holder from a Writing Set, c. 1750. Artist/maker unknown, German. Salt-glazed stoneware, Height: 6 5/8 inches (16.8 cm) Width: 4 inches (10.2 cm) Depth: 3 9/16 inches (9 cm). Promised gift of Charles W. Nichols.

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Image 02: Inkstand and Candleholder with Musicians, Animals, and a Griffin

Inkstand and Candleholder with Musicians, Animals, and a Griffin, c. 1740. Artist/maker unknown, German. Salt-glazed stoneware with painted decoration, 19 3/4 x 9 7/8 x 7 1/4 inches (50.2 x 25.1 x 18.4 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with the Dean Walker Fund, the John T. Morris Fund, and with funds contributed by Dr. Charles W. Nichols, 2008. See R & R for copyright

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Image 03: Tankard (Schnelle) with the Royal Coat of Arms of England and Spain

Tankard (Schnelle) with the Royal Coat of Arms of England and Spain, 1573. Hans Hilgers (probably Johann Hilgers Knütgen), German (active Siegburg), active 1570 - 1590. Salt-glazed stoneware; pewter mounts, Height: 14 13/16 inches (37.6 cm) Diameter: 4 3/8 inches (11.1 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art, Purchased with the Walter E. Stait Fund, 2002. See R & R for copyright

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Image 04: The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier)

The Last Drop (The Gay Cavalier), c. 1639. Judith Leyster, Dutch (active Haarlem and Amsterdam), 1609 - 1660. Oil on canvas, 35 1/16 x 28 15/16 inches (89.1 x 73.5 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art, John G. Johnson Collection, 1917. See R & R for copyright

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