Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472 -1553) attributed, Portrait of a honourable gentleman in fur-dress, black coat and hat in front of a green curtain, on his hand a ring with green stone. By a window niche, oil on oak panel, on the reverse old painted sign.
61 x 47 cm
A Nuremberg Silver Tankard, cylindrical shape with one handgrip, rich cast and fruit decorations. The top with male and female figures, inside gilded. The centre carved with rich figural decorations of the Sabines. One old restoration, 3 hallmarks, 18th Century, weight: 480 gram.
25 cm high
Silver salver, in oval shape with lower centre, wide border decorated with chased fruits and leaves; in the centre Paris and the Three Graces; partly engraved, waved border; several hall marks, ,master sign SHS; German 18th/19th Century. Weight 970g
A Blue John Goblet, round feet with central column and round bowl with silver engraved and open work borders and six side strings with turquoise, pearls, red garnets and other; the stone in brown, white, violet and dark colours. 18th/19th Century
16,5cm height, diameter 11cm
German Silver Pineapple-Goblet, with one lid and Saint George finial, the baker fluted and out-bowed, round base, rich decorated in Gothic manner with open work, remains of former gilding, inside gilded, hallmarked on the underside, possibly Neresheimer workshop 19th Century, 440 gram.
44 cm high