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Covered Beaker  Hans Greiff  (active ca. 1470-1516)  Date: ca. 1470 Geography: Made in, Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany

Covered Beaker Hans Greiff (active ca. 1470 Geography: Made in, Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany

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Covered Beaker Date: ca. 1470 Culture: German Medium: Silver, gilt Dimensions: Overall (ab): 11 x diam. 13 cm) vessel (a) only: 7 x diam. cm) Top (b): 4 x diam.

Covered Beaker Artist: Attributed to the Workshop of Sebastian Lindenast the Elder (German, Nuremberg 1460–1526 Nuremberg) Date: ca. 1490–1500 Geography: Made in Nuremberg, Germany Culture: German Medium: Copper gilt Dimensions: Overall: 9 1/16 x 3 3/4 in. (23 x 9.5 cm) Classification: Metalwork-Copper

Covered Beaker Artist: Attributed to the Workshop of Sebastian Lindenast the Elder (German, Nuremberg Nuremberg) Date: ca. Geography: Made in Nuremberg, Germany Culture: German Medium: Copper gilt Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 3 in.

Covered Beaker, 1490s Italy, Venice, late 15th century glass, enameled and gilded, gilt-silver mounts, Diameter: 23.50 x 10.20 cm

Covered Beaker, 1490s Italy, Venice, late 15th century glass, enameled and gilded, gilt-silver mounts, Diameter: 23.50 x 10.20 cm

Possibly by Thomas Trepches II (master in 1632, died 1676). Footed beaker, mid-17th century. Hungarian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of The Salgo Trust for Education, New York, in memory of Nicolas M. Salgo, 2010 (2010.110.29) | This work is featured in our “Hungarian Treasure: Silver from the Nicolas M. Salgo Collection” exhibition. #HungarianTreasure #dogs

Footed beaker Maker: Possibly by Thomas Trepches II (master died century Hungarian, Brassó Silver, partly gilded

An imperial tea service by Peter Carl Fabergé - Peter Carl Fabergé (designer), Russian, 1846–1920 Julius Alexandrovitch Rappoport (workmaster), Russsian, 1864–1918

An imperial tea service by Peter Carl Fabergé - Peter Carl Fabergé (designer), Russian, Julius Alexandrovitch Rappoport (workmaster), Russian,

Rare Antique Imperial Russian Samovars. Beautiful Conical Shaped Samovar with double panels and flutes on a self-footed circular base. (Pictured with tea set "W"). Gadrooned upper rim. Folkloric vertical handles and spigot key. Awards issued in 1888. Five Medallion stamps for Design and Exhibition. Stamped with Russian Imperial Double Eagle. Maker: Steam Samovar Factory of Heirs to Vasiliy Stepanovich Batashev - City of Tula.

Awards issued in Maker: Steam Samovar Factory of Heirs to Vasiliy Stepanovich Batashev - City of Tula.

Glass tankard, Tudor, c1548. Blue and white twisted glass tankard. Although the technique of this tankard is of Venetian glass, the form is derived from contemporary northern European pottery, particularly of the type known as 'Malling' tankards, so it could have been made by a glassmaker from Murano (Venice) working in London.

Glass tankard, Tudor, could have been made by a glassmaker from Murano (Venice) working in London.

Chalice, mid-15th c., Central European (Transylvania?), with 3 coats-of-arms.

Chalice mid century Central European silver,glass,semi precious stones,cloisonne,champleve and basse taille enamel Metropolitan Museum of Art NY

Goblet  Unknown   Italian, Murano, about 1500   Free-blown and mold-blown cobalt-blue glass with gold-leaf, enamel, and applied decoration

Title: Goblet Artist/Maker(s): Unknown Culture: Italian Place(s): Venice, Veneto, Italy (Place created) Date: about 1500 Medium: Free- and mold-blown coblat-blue glass with gold leaf, enamel, and applied decoration Dimensions: x cm x 3 in.

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