09 février 2019

A Baroque part gilt cast and chased silver tankard, Hamburg, 3rd quarter of 17th century, maker's mark of Heinrich Lambrecht II

Lot 10. A Baroque part gilt cast and chased silver tankard, Hamburg, 3rd quarter of 17th century, maker's mark of Heinrich Lambrecht II. Estimate 8000 EUR. Courtesy Nagel Waved embossed pattern to stand and lid, cylindric double wall body, inner body applies, outer liner chased with nymphs and sea gods, Engraved at the bottom "No.12, 3p, 14z". C. 1290g. Minor wear.  Provenance: North German Collection. With Schloß Ricklingen auction 9./10. Nov. 1979, Lot 1339. Nagel. Sale 770, 27th... [Lire la suite]

09 février 2019

A Baroque vermeil tankard with engraved coat of arms, Hamburg, middle of 17th century. Maker's mark of Heinrich Ohmsen

Lot 9. A Baroque vermeil tankard with engraved coat of arms, Hamburg, middle of 17th century. Maker's mark of Heinrich Ohmsen. H. 21,5 cm. Estimate 8000 EUR. Courtesy Nagel Silver, cast, chased, engraved and gilt. Double coat of arms with monogram "IDHEK" and slogan "Gottes Reiche Segen Hand/ Bindet Treuer Freunde Band". One coat of arms of the Kniphof family. C. 772 g. Min. restoration to lid, minor wear.   Provenance: North German Collection, with Neuse Antiquitäten/Bremen. Lit. Schliemann,... [Lire la suite]
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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]
19 janvier 2019

A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Johann Paul Schmidt, Leipzig, circa 1690

Lot 75. A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Johann Paul Schmidt, Leipzig, circa 1690; 22cm, 8 1/2in high; 1045gr, 33oz 12dwt. Estimate 4,000 — 6,000 GBP. Lot sold 6,875 GBP. © Sotheby's 2017 fitted with detachable sleeve of openwork acanthus enclosing architectural scenes, similar ornament at the cover below swan finial. Sotheby's. From Earth to Fire, London, 4 May 2017
19 janvier 2019

A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Johann Matthäus Rehm, Augsburg, 1692-97

Lot 73. A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Johann Matthäus Rehm, Augsburg, 1692-97; 19.5cm, 7 ½ in high;838gr, 26oz 18dwt. Estimate 2,500 — 3,500 GBP. Lot sold 3,500 GBP. © Sotheby's 2017 embossed and chased with scrolling acanthus on matting, ball supports, bifurcated thumbpiece centred by a cast acanthus leaf, marked on body and cover. Sotheby's. From Earth to Fire, London, 4 May 2017 
14 décembre 2018

A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Philipp Johann Gross, Augsburg, 1703-07

Lot 65. A German parcel-gilt silver tankard, Philipp Johann Gross, Augsburg, 1703-07; 18.5cm., 7 1/4 in. high, 1154gr., 37oz. 2dwt. Estimate £5,000 - £7,000. © Sotheby's. the body chased with intermittent masks among foliate strap-work, the cover and foot chased with swirling flutes, scrolling scalework handle, 19.6cm., 7 3/4 in. high; with a German parcel-gilt beaker and cover, Philipp Jakob Drentwett, Augsburg, 1681-85, the body chased with profiles of three... [Lire la suite]

07 octobre 2018

A monumental Iznik polychrome pottery tankard, Turkey, circa 1575-80

Lot 186. A monumental Iznik polychrome pottery tankard, Turkey, circa 1575-80; 27.5cm. height, 15.2cm. diam. Estimate: £50,000 - £70,000. Lot Sold 75,000 GBP (97,073 USD). Courtesy Sotheby's. fritware cylindrical body painted under the glaze in cobalt blue, green and bole red with black outlines, with curved saz leaves, overlapping roses, florettes and two cypress trees, square-shaped handle. Note: his is an extremely rare model of an over-sized tankard, most known examples measuring in... [Lire la suite]
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20 août 2018

S. J. Shrubsole, Corp., Stand 334 at TEFAF New York Fall 2018

Francis Leake, A Charles II antique tankard, London, 1673. Silver-Gilt. Height 17.1 cm (6.7 in.). Fully Hallmarked. Image courtesy S. J. Shrubsole, Corp. / Stand 334. This tankard was given as a Bequest by the Archbishop of Canterbury. Engraved with the Latin inscription “Legatum Amicissimi Reverandissimi in Christo Patris Thomae Nuper Cantuar Archiepi”. The inscription relates to a bequest in the will of Thomas Tenison, Archbishop of Canterbury, dated 1715: “I give and bequeath unto the Rt. Rev. Father in... [Lire la suite]
17 janvier 2018

A rare blue and white tankard, Mark and period of Xuande (1426-1435)

 Lot 53. A rare blue and white tankard, Mark and period of Xuande (1426-1435); 13.1 cm., 5 1/4 in. Est. 6,000,000 — 8,000,000 HKD. Lot Sold 7,220,000 HKD. photo Sotheby's 2011 the shape following an Islamic metal or jade form, the globular body painted with a flower scroll with alternating lotus and hibiscus blooms between two petal borders, the wide, straight neck partly scalloped and painted with similar petals, separated from the body by a raised rib, the handle with a... [Lire la suite]
14 octobre 2017

A continental silver-gilt mounted Dutch Delft tankard, the mounts unmarked, North German, circa 1700

Lot 215. A continental silver-gilt mounted Dutch Delft tankard, the mounts unmarked, North German, circa 1700. Estimate 2,500 — 3,500 GBP. Photo: Sotheby's. the waisted delft body painted with a blue chinoiserie scene of a conversational group within a mountainous and wooded landscape, the flat-domed cover engraved with the mirror-monogram 'BM' below a Viscount's coronet, scrolling thumbpicee, serrated lip and base mounts; 21.4cm., 8 1/2 in. high. ... [Lire la suite]