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A lapis lazuli, silver-gilt and enamel dish
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 21,600 GBP
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101
A lapis lazuli, silver-gilt and enamel dish
Estimate
8,00012,000
LOT SOLD. 21,600 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A lapis lazuli, silver-gilt and enamel dish

Karl Rössler, Vienna, late 19th century, further struck with lozenge mark apparently UB, a baton between

of shaped oval form, inset with panels of lapis lazuli within gold-scrolled white enamel frames, the silver-gilt ground overlaid with a tracery of herms and masks within scroll and strapwork decorated in bright opaque and translucent enamels, two openwork handles


width 33cm, 13in
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Catalogue Note

Karl Rössler entered into business in Vienna in 1890 and is recorded at various address until 1908. He specialised in “Kunstgewerbliche Gegenstände in Gold und Silber. – Email- und Antique-Imitation”. (Kalender 1898)

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