Silver. Over four stylized, relief-sculpted leaf feet, a round, nearly flat plate with a smooth mirror, transitioning into a blossoming, curved flag with multiple profiled, gracefully curved edges. Created by the esteemed master Johann Conrad Lotter (active as a master since 1738). Weighs approximately 500 grams. Height is 1.6 cm, diameter is 28 cm. Alongside other objects by the master in the Metropolitan Museum in New York or the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, there is a comparable footed bowl by Johann Conrad Lotter in the Bavarian National Museum, inventory number 40/64. See Selig 2007, number 2302, BZ 2340. A German Baroque silver salver by Johann Conrad Lotter (master since 1738). Tested, assayed, and marked by the master. German. Augsburg. 1767-1769.