A GERMAN SILVER-GILT TANKARD
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE LATE BRIAN MARBER (LOTS 459-465)
A GERMAN SILVER-GILT TANKARD

MARK OF ESAIAS ZUR LINDEN, NUREMBERG, 1630-1632

Details
A GERMAN SILVER-GILT TANKARD
MARK OF ESAIAS ZUR LINDEN, NUREMBERG, 1630-1632
On rim foot, the hexagonal body and cover chased with lobes of alternating cherubim and scrolls, engraved with foliate scrolls centred by squirrels, butterfly, bee, bird and dog, the scroll handle with cherub mask and bifurcated foliate scroll thumbpiece, the hinged cover with flower finial, marked on base
7 1/8 in. (18 cm.) high
17 oz. 16 dwt. (554 gr.)
Provenance
Albert Isaac Marber (1901-1960), almost certainly purchased from Julius Goldschmidt, 37 Warrington Crescent, London, W9 for £53 on 28 January 1943; then by descent.

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