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Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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A German silver-gilt tankard, Jakob Thurnover, Augsburg, 1590-95
Finely chased with a continuous early morning stag hunt in three ovals, interrupted by male and female masks with exaggerated foreheads on a matt ground with fruit and strapwork, repeated at the hinged cover, lion finial, underside with contemporary initials MHP and IMTH
13.6cm., 5 1/4in. high
409gr., 13 oz.
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Dr. Seling includes a single record for this goldsmith. Two vases from High Altar of the state chapel of Maximilian I of Bavaria. The altar is made by a number of Augsburg goldsmiths and is remarkable for the quality of its chasing. See: Helmut Seling, Die Kunst der Augsburger Goldschmiede 1529-1868, Munich 1980, vol II, nos. 248-231

Style: European Silver, Ceramics, and Objects of Vertu

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