Silver-gilt and Enamel Filigree Tankard, probably Hungary, 17th century, bearing only 19th century Austrian control mark to foot and lid, with a hinged lid topped by a pineapple finial, Minerva figure to the handle, and allover applied cloisonne-enameled filigree to a gilded ground, ht. 6 1/4 in., approx. 14.1 troy oz.
Provenance: Paul Drey Gallery, New York, 1987.
Provenance: Property from the Estate of Francis M. Bator.
Slight shifting to filigree (particularly to foot). Scattered chipped losses to enamel and small breaks, losses, and repairs to filigree throughout.
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