A quantity of continental silver items comprising: a scroll, a travelling set, a filigree dish, a goblet with Hevbrew inscription, a spice box, coin and a Nurmburg beaker
Lot 154
A German silver beaker by Johann Friedrich Ehe, Nuremburg circa 1787-90; together with an assortment of other items (7)
Sold for £3,125 (US$ 5,247) inc. premium
Lot Details
A German silver beaker
by Johann Friedrich Ehe, Nuremburg circa 1787-90
Cylindrical form, the sides with fish-scale decoration, raised on three ball feet, height 6cm; together with a German spice box, incuse stamped Horovitz, also bearing pseudo-marks, rectangular form, the slide cover with swan finial and flat-chased with village houses in strapwork cartouches, the sides flat-chased with animals, raised on four feet formed as lions, length 10.5cm, a cased commemorative coin, with Hebrew inscription, diameter 4cm, a German goblet, by Gebrüder Kühn, Schwäbisch Gmünd, tulip bowl with twist stem, raised on a spreading circular foot engraved with Hebrew inscription, gilt interior, height 17.6cm, a cased Hebrew scroll, a cased ecclesiastical German travelling set, 800 standard, comprising: a taperstick, small square box with two compartments, a cup, and a small filigree dish, apparently unmarked, diameter 6.1cm, weight 18oz. (7)
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