This ivory is noted in the Inventory of the Grand Ducal Kunsthalle, Carlsruhe, 1854, no. 32.
The composition, from the Passion of Christ depicting the bound Christ taken before the high-priest Annas, is based on a copper engraving by Pietro Aquila after Ciro Ferri. For similar relief carvings in ivory, specifically one of Moses and another of Constantine, see Theuerkauff, Op. cit, vol. I, no. 71 and vol. II, no. 33, respectively. Theuerkauff also notes Stainhart's influence on -- and similarity to -- a relief of the Passion by Matthias Loth (1675-1738).