Silver & Goldsmithing Works

Kunstkammer Relief von Johann Andreas Thelott, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Kunstkammer object

Kunstkammer object Johann Andreas Thelott (1655 – 1734) Figural relief in original frame Augsburg, ca. 1700 Silver, cast and chased, engraved and finally white boiled, partially gilt the border frame inset with green guilloche translucent email. 14.1 × 15.5 cm The relief, obviously intended as a collector’s item for the court. Request

Jeremias Ritter, Schauplatte Anbetung der Hirten, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A German silver-gilt Dish

A German Silver-Gilt DishJeremias Ritter (1582 – 1646)Nuremberg, ca 1620In the center embossed with the “Adoration of the shepherds” within a broad band of flowers and scrolling foliage on a chased ground.Ø 20.2 cmWeight 172 gProvenancePrivate collection, South Germany Request for the object

Ulrich Sautter, Paar Renaissance Häufebecher mit Mauresken-Dekor, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

A Pair of German silver-gilt Stacking Beakers

A Pair of German Silver-Gilt Stacking Beakers with mauresque decor Ulrich Sautter (Master 1573) Ulm, ca. 1580/ 90   height 8.5cm weight 152 g    Silver chased, engraved, etched and partially gilt. Hallmark: Ulm (R3, III, Nr.4730) Masters mark: Ulrich Sautter (master 1573) (R3, III, Nr. 4730) Monogram of an owner from 1855

Rokoko Silber-Deckel-Terrine von Gottfried Bartermann, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

German silver Tureen and Cover

German silver tureen and cover Gottfried Bartermann Augsburg, 1763 – 1765 Hallmark of Augsburg. Maker’s mark of Gottfried Bartermann (1705 – 1769) (Seling No. 2248). 36.8 × 48.5 × 24.5 cm Weight 4,610 g Literature Helmut Seling, fig. 736 Provenance Private collection, Germany Request for the object

Cornelis Daniel Thelott , kleiner Hausaltar, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

Hausaltar

Kleiner Hausaltar Cornelis Daniel Thelott (1655 – 1734 ) and Christian Drentwett the Elder (1689 – 1737 ) Augsburg, ca 1710 Signed lower right “C.D.Thelot“ (middle relief) and “CD” (in the oval). Silver reliefs, tortoise-shell and silver foil. 48 × 37.5 × 18.5 cm (18.9 × 14.8 × 7.3 inch) Provenance Private

Serpentin-Humpen, Kunsthandel Mühlbauer

German silver-gilt mounted Serpentin Tankard

German silver-gilt mounted Serpentin tankard Zöblitzer “Granat-Serpentin” Saxonia, Zöblitz, ca 1600 – 1620 The silver gilt mounts with hallmark of Nuremberg and master’s mark “BH” for Balthasar Holweck (master 1602 – 1632). Height 19.5 cm         Provenance Private collection, Germany Literature Nürnberger Goldschmiedekunst, Volume I / 1 Request for the object

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

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