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Lot 1021
Continental, likely German, fourth quarter 19th century. silverplated mounted glass claret jug or ewer, the pale amber colored glass intaglio cut with flowering urn, scrolling foliage, dolphins and pheasants; the mounts decorated with masks, grapes, foliage, strapwork and grotesques with griffin style handle. Apparently the only marks found under the griffin stamped "30". Approximate height 12.5". Provenance: From the Estate of Ms. Caroline F. Oglesby of Swainsboro, Georgia. Note: The style of this jug is often named after the sculptor and silversmith Benvenuto Cellini.

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Renaissance Style Silverplate & Glass Cellini Jug

Auction ended on Sun, Mar 26, 2017
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