09 février 2019

A large silvergilt Baroque tankard, Danzig (Gdansk), late 17th century

Lot 1. A large silvergilt Baroque tankard, Danzig (Gdansk), late 17th century. Maker's mark of Conrad Jakob Keseberg (mentioned 1679, died 1722). H. 22,5 cm. Estimate 7000 EUR. Courtesy Nagel Cast, embossed chased, engraved and gilt silver. Foliage pattern at the stand and lid, the body with three cartouches, framed by flowers and foliage, engraved putti with grapes, ear of corns and water spring. In the front cartouche an engraved coat of arms with "IL". A lying lamb on the lid. At the bottom... [Lire la suite]

18 juillet 2014

The Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich

The Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich The Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich © Joachim Fliegner, 2009 The Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich © Joachim Fliegner, 2009 Bernstein levels in the original case, Gdansk, circa 1650 © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich   Vanitas turning head, Flemish, about 1520 © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich Anatomical teaching model of a pregnant woman, Stephan Zick, Nuremberg, circa 1680 © Kunstkammer Georg Laue, Munich Ivory Cabinet, within Melchior... [Lire la suite]
16 novembre 2012

Large Tureen with Mascaron Handles. Gdansk, late 17th Century, Peter Rhode III.

Large Tureen with Mascaron Handles. Gdansk, late 17th Century, Peter Rhode III. Photo Van Ham Partly gilt silver, gilt interior. Oval, scalloped base with corresponding rounded body and high, domed slip lid. Hinged handles on the sides, decorated with female mascarons. The sides are richly decorated with fine, partially punched relief decor and strap work. Opposed on the sides and centrally set on the upper face of the lid are large, oval cartouches hung with mascarons and fruit garlands or flanked by cherubs... [Lire la suite]
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