Barocker Deckel-Kugelfußbecher translates to "Baroque lidded ball-footed goblet" in English.


Barocker Deckel-Kugelfußbecher translates to "Baroque lidded ball-footed goblet" in English.

Silver, fully gilded. Carried by exhibited ball feet, the cylindrical body is lightly swinging, smooth, and articulated by profile lines. On the wall and the lid, alternating with stylized, relief-plastic fruit bundles, there are a total of six medallions with characterful, embossed portraits of Roman rulers, each engraved above; hood-like lid with a set smooth, widely exhibited rim and crowned by a large knob. Created by, tremolier stroke, hallmarks, master Hans Philipp Sigmund (became a master around 1659). Weight approximately 205 g. Height 14.5 cm. Compare with Seling 2007, BZ 0750, No. 1622. A German Baroque lidded gilt silver beaker with antique emperor's portraits by Hans Philipp Sigmund (master since around 1659). Tested, assayed, and master's mark. German. Augsburg. 1673-1675.

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16 May 2024

726 000,00

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Lot location Chelyabinsk Region. ( 74 )

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