Friday, 23 September 2005

Auction September Auction Part II.

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Fußbecher aus Silber, teilvergoldet, getrieben, punziert und graviert. Im Inneren feuervergoldet. Drei Medaillons dekorieren den oberen Becher, darin drei Szenen des verlorenen Sohnes. Zum Schaft hin Blattdekor, zwischen den Kartuschen Blüten-, Blatt- und Rankenelemente. Der ergänzte untere Fußbecher ähnlich dekoriert, jedoch mit ungravierten Kartuschen.

Catalogue price € 6.000 - 7.200 Catalogue price€ 6.000 - 7.200  $ 6,720 - 8,064
£ 5,400 - 6,480
元 47,760 - 57,312
₽ 477,720 - 573,264

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Further information on this artwork

H. d. Fußbecher: 10,8 bzw. 11,5 cm.
17. Jhdt.

Literatur: Vgl. Germanisches Nationalmuseum Nürnberg: Schätze deutscher Goldschmiedekunst von 1500-1920, S. 158 Nr. 17 (5905014)

This object has been individually compared to the information in the Art Loss Register data bank and is not registered there as stolen or missing.





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