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Elfenbein Deckeldose, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Carved ivory lidded Box

Carved Ivory Lidded Boxwith the Adoration of the Shepherds and Adam and Eve in ParadiseJacob Dobbermann (Gdansk 1682 – Kassel 1745) attr.Kassel ca 1710The foldable lid with a pelican with his young, the inner side of the lid with the Entombment.Height 15.3 cmØ 11.5 cmProvenanceCollection

prächtiger Silber-Humpen, Gesamtansicht, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

German partial-gilt silver Tankard

German partial-gilt silver tankard Halle (Saale), ca 1680 Hallmark for Halle /Saale ( R3, II, NR. 2304 ) Master’s mark AH for August Hosse (1657 – 1732 ) Height 26 cm Weight 2,016 g Literature Manfred Meinz: “Schönes altes Silber”, Gütersloh 1987, p.79, Ill.32 Provenance Private collection, Germany Request for the object further illustrations #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3

Kleiner Elfenbein Deckelhumpen, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A silver-gilt mounted German ivory Tankard

A silver-gilt mounted German ivory tankard Workshop of Leonhard Kern (1622 – 1698) South Germany, ca 1650/60 Ivory, silver-gilt mounts Height 19 cm Provenance Galerie Neuse, Haus der Kunst, 1982 Private collection, Germany Request for the object further illustrations #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 20%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption

Kleiner Elfenbein Deckelhumpen, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A silver-gilt mounted German ivory Tankard

A silver-gilt mounted German ivory tankard Ivory by Johann Georg Kern (1622 – 1698) South German, ca. 1660/70 Silver-gilt mounts (unmarked). Height 15.5 cm Tritons and Nereids Putti Literature Harald Siebenmorgen: “Leonhard Kern”, p. 249, fig. 128 Provenance Private collection, Germany Request for the object further illustrations #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 20%; } #gallery-3 img

Renaissance Juwelen-Kabinettschränkchen, teilweise geöffnet, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

German Renaissance gilt brass jewelry Cabinet

German Renaissance gilt brass jewelry cabinet Nuremberg, ca 1600 25.5 × 28 × 22.5 cm Provenance Sotheby’s New York, 12 January 1993, Lot 109 Private collection, Germany Request for the object further illustrations #gallery-3 { margin: auto; } #gallery-3 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 20%; } #gallery-3 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-3 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see

Joachim Henne, Joseph und Potiphar, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Joseph and Potiphar

Joseph and Potiphar Joachim Henne (1630/40 – after 1707) Oval Ivory relief in an octagonal, ebony, silver, lapis lazuli, garnet and ormolou-mounted frame. Height 10.2 cm Provenance Collection Eugen von Philippovich Literature Eugen von Philipovich: “Elfenbein”, p. 402 Request for the object

Gedrechselter Pokal mit Einsätzen, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Turned fruitwood Cup and Cover with inserts

Turned fruitwood Cup and Cover with inserts in its original case South Germany, most probably Berchtesgaden, 2nd half 17th century. Height 28.5 cm (cup) / 30.5 cm (case) Near identical examples are in the Dänisches Nationalmuseum in Copenhagen as in the Landesmuseum Kassel mhk (former inventory of the Landgräflich-Hessische

Mondsichel-Madonna, Frontansicht, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Virgin and child on the crescent moon

Virgin and child on the crescent moonby the master of the “Altöttinger Türen”, Matthäus KrenissLower Bavaria (Eggenfelden), ca 1520Height 100 cmLime woodThe virgin with the child, standing on the crescent moon – a reference to the revelation of John the Evangelist. In Her left hand

Simon Troger, Chronos und Clotho, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Chronos and Klotho

Chronos and KlothoSimon Troger (1683 Abfaltersbach – 1768 Munich / Haidhausen)Ivory and fruitwood group, glass-eyes.48 × 36.5 × 22 cm(18.89 × 14.37 × 8.66 inch)A near identical group is in Szépművészeti Múzeum, Budapest.ProvenanceAuction Koller, Zurich November 1st, 1977Private collection, GermanyLiteratureEugen von Philipovich: “Elfenbein”, p. 324,