Drinking-Horn Mounted Germany, 15th century Name: Drinking-Horn Mounted Place of creation: Germany Date: 15th century Material: buffalo horn and copper Technique: cast, carved and gilded Dimension: h. 32,5 cm., l. 38,5 cm.
Goblet Shaped like a Horn Glass, enamels and silver; gilded. H. 29.5 cm Syria (horn); Germany (?) (mount). 14th century (horn), 1551 (mount)
A silver and enamel-mounted drinking horn, probably Vienna, circa 1890 the crystal cut with arabesques with bands of mythological scenes, supported by a kneeling Germanic figure apparently unmarked
An Austrian silver-gilt, enamel, and rock crystal drinking horn, probably Hermann Ratzersdorfer, Vienna, <P>circa 1880</P> | lot | Sotheby's
UNKNOWN GOLDSMITH, German Goslar Mining Cup after 1477 Silver, part gilt, height 73 cm Town Hall, Goslar
Потир. Москва, 1704. Серебро, эмаль, позолота.
Decorative Large Silver-Gilt Goblet London c.1867.
The most magnificent piece is a gold chalice that Catherine commissioned as part of a communion set in 1791. It was made in St. Petersburg by Iver Windfeldt Buch of gold, diamonds, chalcedony, bloodstone, nephrite, carnelian, and cast glass.