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Auqamanile in the form of a lion
circa 1250
Details
Copper alloy
27 x 27 cm (10.6 x 10.6 in.)
circa 1250
Provenance
Inscribed ‘1909 E R’ and ‘J. v S. G.’; The provenance of the object is difficult to determine despite the two inscriptions in ink on the body of the figure (‘1909 ER’ and ‘J. v S. G’). The latter can be identified beyond doubt as that of the art trading company Julius and Selig Goldschmidt, Frankfurt am Main (later with branches in Berlin, Paris and New York) that was active in the 19th century. Around 1868, the company sold an aquamanile from the Middle Ages from the collection of Friedrich Hahn from Hanover
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