Silver, partially gilded. The base is rounded, almost cylindrical, resting on three large spherical feet. The smooth border, accented by narrow, punched profile lines, features a slightly swinging, profiled lip. On the wall, relief-plastic acanthus leaf tendrils alternate with three high oval medallions framed by mirrored C-curves. Within them are various imperial portraits. The domed lid is adorned with corresponding relief decor, crowned by a large spherical knob. Gilded on the inside. Created by the esteemed master Johann Christian Steinhauer (active since 1706). Weight approximately 250 g. Height 18.5 cm. See Rosenberg, Volume III, Number 3625. A German Baroque parcel-gilt silver beaker, probably by Johann Christian Steinhauer (active since 1706). Assay and master's mark. German. Naumburg an der Saale. Around 1710.