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attributed to Jobst Bähr (Beer) German  silver-gilt altar jug
Estimate
12,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 GBP
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150
attributed to Jobst Bähr (Beer) German  silver-gilt altar jug
Estimate
12,00018,000
LOT SOLD. 16,250 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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attributed to Jobst Bähr (Beer) German  silver-gilt altar jug
baluster form, embossed and chased with pendent fruit in auricular cartouches, cast stylised mask handle and stag finial, also with post 1806 Lemberg and 1809/10 Austro-Hungarian provisional tax cancellation marks


22.4cm, 8 ¾ in high
618gr, 19oz 17dwt
Leipzig, 1650-1652
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Provenance

Galerie Neuse, Bremen

Literature

Exh. Cat. Couven-Museum Aachen, 2003, no. 26

Catalogue Note

Jobst Bähr, a native of Nuremberg, became a master goldsmith in Leipzig in 1644, He is known to have had six apprentices between 1644 and 1655.

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