London, South Kensington
2 December 2003
A German parcel-gilt cup and cover
Maker's mark KL conjoined, Rosenburg, vol.III. no.4292. Nuremberg, late 17th century
of lobed and waisted form, supported by a slender stem and corresponding circular foot, curled silver mounts and similar floral finial, 30cm (11¾in) overall, 8oz.
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Another example, also with maker's mark KL conjoined was offered at Christie's New York, 21 April 1998, lot 121.
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