Osias Beert (1580-1624)-school, still life with Tulip in Glass-vase Snake house and wesp on plinth
in front of grey background. Oil on wooden Panel. On the reverse old wax seal with coat of arms and
remains of baroque leather tapestry. In a gilded Renaissance style frame.
German silver tankard. Round shape with extended lower border. One lid to be opened and
handgrip. Richly chased and engraved with floral figural ornaments and fruits decorated. Figure on
top. In the centre the discovery of Moses in the Nile. Inside and outside gilded. On the bottom three
unidentified silver stamps. Possibly South German, 17/18th century. Weight: 500 g
Christofora Foppa (1452-1526)-manner, silver plaque with fine engraved figures and ornaments,
in the centre Maria with child, angels and two saints on the side, in columns surrounded throne, the
arched top with angel heads and Christian signs, the lower stepped base with ornaments, partly
European Sculptor, Central European lion sculpture in naturalistic manner. Possibly sandstone
with old restorations and grey colouring Possibly original entrance figure from a court or castle
staircase. South Austrian or Bohemian. 17/18th century, weathered.
Italian Sculptor, The Farnese Bull. Bronze-cast with light brown patina on rectangular white
marble plinth After the famous ancient marble group today in Naples. The first bronze cast after the
ancient of the subject was made by Antonio Susini (died 1624).
3Height 32 cm, 23×23cm