The copper alloy stick is cast in two pieces. The round profiled socket with the drip-pan and the top with the baluster shaped stem with the cylindric nozzle with two holes. The upper part of the stem has a pin, which is connected through the under part with the base. The bottom of the base with the turning work.
Onno ter Kuile. Koper & Brons Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Page 107, photo 148 for similar piece.
Christopher Bangs – The Lear Collection, Page 266, photo 69 for simular piece.
Early 17th century.
Height: 14,5 cm. (5 inches.)
Diam. base: 10,5 cm. (4,1 inches.)
Weight: 703 grams.