A German large parcel-gilt corporation cup shaped as a lion on a terrace, probably Lüneburg circa 1580 | Grand lion en argent et vermeil formant coupe de corporation sur sa terrasse, probablement Lünebourg vers 1580
A large parcel-gilt corporation cup shaped as a lion on a terrace, probably Lüneburg circa 1580
the oval terrace embossed with flowers, leaves, snake and lizard, the lion tail raised, detachable head
Long 26.5 cm, 1117.5 g ; 10 7/16in high, 39.5oz
Grand lion en argent et vermeil formant coupe de corporation sur sa terrasse, probablement Lünebourg vers 1580
la terrasse ovale repoussé de fleurs, feuillages, serpent et lézard, le lion la queue redressée, la tête amovible
In overall good condition.
Marked on terrace rim, also marked with two import marks, one nut missing under the base.
One restoration at the top of the fore right leg.
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A recent test made by Dr. Richter on this lion is available on request.
For a lion relatively similar with the mark of Jochkym Grypeswolt, Lüneburg, 1541, see the Lüneburg Town Hall collection, illustrated in Scheffler, p. 1258
Un test récent du Dr. Richter sur ce lion est disponible sur demande.
Pour un lion relativement proche au poinçon de Jochkym Grypeswolt, Lunebourg, 1541, voir la collection de l'Hôtel de Ville de Lûneburg, illustrée dans Scheffler, p. 1258.