Antique Nuremberg Silver Goblet
Date: Circa 1600
Maker: David Lauer
An excellent quality antique German renaissance silver drinking cup of bell shaped form. Highly decorative and embossed throughout with shells,...
An excellent quality antique German renaissance silver drinking cup of bell shaped form. Highly decorative and embossed throughout with shells, fruits and other motifs on a matted background. Traces of the original gilt inside and out. Owners initials are etched on the underside.
Contains 220 ml.
Weight 228 grams, 7.3 troy ounces.
Height 19.2 cm. Diameter 8.3 cm.
Stamped on the rim and foot with German silver stamps for Nurnburg circa 1600.
Maker David Lauer, working 1583-1609.
In very good condition with traces of the original gilding inside and out. The embossed decoration still retains good definition. German silver stamps to the outside rim and foot, assay scrape to the underside. Please note that this item is not new and will show moderate signs of wear commensurate with age. Reflections in the photograph may detract from the true representation of this item.
Maker: David Lauer
David Lauer (also Laur or Laure), German silversmith. Worked 1583-1609.
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