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Natternzungen-Kredenz Nürnberg (?)  um 1450  Tafelgerät  Silber, vergoldet, fossile Haifischzähne, Citrin (Quarz)  H. 27 cm

Natternzungen-Kredenz um 1450 It was thought that the fossilised shark's teeth…

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

Ewer.  Date:     late 15th century. Geography:     Made in, probably Nuremberg, Germany. Culture:     German. Medium:     Silver gilt, enamel, and paint.

Ewer Date: late century Geography: Made in probably Nuremberg, Germany Culture: German Medium: Silver gilt, enamel, and paint Dimensions: Overall: 25 x 8 in. x 21 cm)

19th or early 20th century (15th century style) Culture: German Medium: Silver, partially gilded, horn

or early century century style) Culture: German Medium: Silver, partially gilded, horn

Drinking-Horn Mounted  Germany, 15th century  Name: Drinking-Horn Mounted Place of creation: Germany Date: 15th century Material: buffalo horn and copper Technique: cast, carved and gilded Dimension: h. 32,5 cm., l. 38,5 cm.

Drinking-Horn Mounted Germany, century Name: Drinking-Horn Mounted Place of creation: Germany Date: century Material: buffalo horn and copper Technique: cast, carved and gilded Dimension: h.

Stepped Pitcher, Sasanian Iran  A.D. 5th-7th Century  Silver

Stepped Pitcher, Sasanian Iran A.D. 5th-7th Century Silver

Geitner, Valentin (Goldschmied)  Dresden, um 1585  Grünes Gewölbe

Geitner, Valentin (Goldschmied) Dresden, um 1585 Grünes Gewölbe

FRENCH GOTHIC | Saltcellar. | c. 1400-1499 | French | Gothic | Gold; Agate | France.

FRENCH GOTHIC | Saltcellar. | c. 1400-1499 | French | Gothic | Gold; Agate | France.

Ewer  Date: 14th–15th century Culture: German or Rhenish Medium: Jasper body, silver-gilt mounts

Ewer Date: ca. 1400 (mounts) Culture: German or Rhenish Medium: Jasper body, silver-gilt mounts Dimensions: Overall: 13 x 6 x 5 in. x x cm) Foot : 2 x 5 in. x 14 cm) handle thickness: x in.

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