12 June 2006
THE PROPERTY OF A SPANISH COLLECTOR
A GERMAN PARCEL-GILT SILVER CUP AND COVER
MARK OF JACOB PELTZ, NUREMBERG, CIRCA 1630
The heart-shaped bowl and angular lobes, on pedestal foot with a stem modelled as four scroll brackets, the base supported on four ball feet, the cover with a flower and foliage finial, marked on rim and on cover bezel
15¾ in. (40 cm.) high
23 oz. (722 gr.)
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J.M.C. Valdovinos, Platería Europea en España (1300-1700), 1997, p. 310, fig. 102.
Madrid, Fundación Central Hispano, Platería Europea en España (1300-1700), 15 October-14 December 1997, no. 102.
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