Antique German Beaker
Date: Circa 1714
A continental silver beaker of circular form raised on three ball feet. Gilt interior and traces of gilding to the...
A continental silver beaker of circular form raised on three ball feet. Gilt interior and traces of gilding to the exterior. The body is decorated with embossed and chased decoration of ribbons and fruit. Around the top is a faint border inscription with a possible date “1714”.
Contains 300 ml.
Weight 130 grams, 4.1 troy ounces Height 9.7cm.
Assay scrape to the base with German silver marks for Nurnberg.
Maker’s mark IH over M.
The beaker is in good condition. The silver marks are clear. There are marks inside where the feet have been pushed in a little.
No maker assigned
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