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A Nuremberg Renaissance silver gobletSilver-gilt goblet with a gadrooned base supporting a waisted

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Nürnberger Renaissance-Pokal
Silber; vergoldet. Auf neunfach gebuckeltem, eingeschnürtem Fuß der fein ziselierte Balusterschaft mit drei aufwändig gestalteten Volutenspangen über weiblichen Hermen auf Tatzenfüßen. Die eingeschnürte Kuppa mit zwei Reihen großer getriebener Buckel zwischen Roll- und Beschlagwerk. Der wenig aufgewölbte Deckel mit entsprechendem Dekor und einer Krone aus Volutenspangen und Zierblattwerk; im Innern eine vergoldete Plaque mit dem gravierten, von einem Löwen gehaltenen Wappen der Stadt Betzenstein bei Nürnberg mit den Initialen "BR" und "SA". Marken: BZ Nürnberg um 1590 - 1600, MZ Hans Petzolt (1578/80 - 1633, GNM Nr. BZ10, 640b), Tremolierstich H 35 cm, Gewicht 551 g
Nürnberg, Hans Petzolt, um 1590 - 1600.

Hans Petzolt war einer der produktivsten, meistgefragten und künstlerisch befähigtsten Nürnberger Goldschmiede der Jahrzehnte um 1600. Kennzeichnend für seine Arbeiten sind die aufwändigen Appliken und ornamentalen Gussteile, wie wir sie auch hier am Nodus des Schafts erkennen. Zu Petzolts Auftraggebern zählten beispielsweise Kaiser Rudolf II. in Prag oder Bayernherzog Wilhelm V.
Offensichtlich wurde sein Können zeit seines Lebens auch vom Nürnberger Rat geschätzt, denn er belieferte ihn ab 1581 über ein halbes Jahrhundert lang mit zahlreichen Arbeiten, die oft als Geschenke an hochgestellte Empfänger dienten. Das gravierte Wappen der Stadt Betzenburg im Deckel der vorliegenden Arbeit spricht dafür, dass es sich auch hierbei um ein solches Ratsgeschenk handeln könnte.

Provenienz
Italienische Privatsammlung.

Literatur
Vgl. Petzolts Deckelpokal für die Nürnberger Patrizierfamilie Kress, abgebildet im Kat. Wenzel Jamnitzer und die Nürnberger Goldschmiedekunst 1500 - 1700, München 1985, Nr. 70. Vgl. auch den Fortunapokal des Meisters im Bayerischen Nationalmuseum, sowie seinen Dianapokal im Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, beide abgebildet im Kat. GNM Nr. 332, 352. Ein mit unserem nahezu identischer Pokal befindet sich in der Sammlung Rudolf-August Oetker, abgebildet im Kat. Faszination des Sammelns, München 2012, Nr. 2.



A Nuremberg Renaissance silver goblet
Silver-gilt goblet with a gadrooned base supporting a waisted and finely chased baluster-form shaft with scroll motifs above three female herms. The waisted cuppa with gadrooned motifs amid scrollwork and strapwork. The corresponding lid with a scrolling finial and a gilt plaque engraved with the coat of arms of Betzenstein near Nuremberg with the initials “BR” and “SA” to the interior. Marken: BZ Nürnberg um 1590 - 1600, MZ Hans Petzolt (1578/80 - 1633, GNM Nr. BZ10, 640b), Tremolierstich H 35 cm, weight 551 g.
Marks of Hans Petzolt, around 1590 - 1600.

Hans Petzolt was one of the most productive, popular and talented Nuremberg goldsmiths of around 1600. His works are characterised by their ornate appliques and cast motifs, such as the shaft node seen here. Petzold's patrons included Emperor Rudolf II of Prague and the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm V. His works were apparently also highly sough-after by the council of Nuremberg. For nearly half a century from 1581 onwards, he provided them with numerous items, many of which were intended as gifts for high-ranking recipients. The engraved coat of arms of the city of Betzenburg in the lid of this piece indicates that it too may have been given as a gift by the council.

Provenance
Italian private collection.

Literature
Cf. a chalice by Petzolt made for the Nuremberg patrician family Kress illus. in cat.: Wenzel Jamnitzer und die Nürnberger Goldschmiedekunst 1500 - 1700, Munich 1985, no. 70. Cf. Also the fortuna goblet by this maker in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum and the Diana goblet in the Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, both illus. in cat.:GNM no. 332, 352. A goblet almost identical to the present work is housed in the collection of Rudolf-August Oetker, illus. in cat.: Faszination des Sammelns, Munich 2012, no. 2.

Nürnberger Renaissance-Pokal
Silber; vergoldet. Auf neunfach gebuckeltem, eingeschnürtem Fuß der fein ziselierte Balusterschaft mit drei aufwändig gestalteten Volutenspangen über weiblichen Hermen auf Tatzenfüßen. Die eingeschnürte Kuppa mit zwei Reihen großer getriebener Buckel zwischen Roll- und Beschlagwerk. Der wenig aufgewölbte Deckel mit entsprechendem Dekor und einer Krone aus Volutenspangen und Zierblattwerk; im Innern eine vergoldete Plaque mit dem gravierten, von einem Löwen gehaltenen Wappen der Stadt Betzenstein bei Nürnberg mit den Initialen "BR" und "SA". Marken: BZ Nürnberg um 1590 - 1600, MZ Hans Petzolt (1578/80 - 1633, GNM Nr. BZ10, 640b), Tremolierstich H 35 cm, Gewicht 551 g
Nürnberg, Hans Petzolt, um 1590 - 1600.

Hans Petzolt war einer der produktivsten, meistgefragten und künstlerisch befähigtsten Nürnberger Goldschmiede der Jahrzehnte um 1600. Kennzeichnend für seine Arbeiten sind die aufwändigen Appliken und ornamentalen Gussteile, wie wir sie auch hier am Nodus des Schafts erkennen. Zu Petzolts Auftraggebern zählten beispielsweise Kaiser Rudolf II. in Prag oder Bayernherzog Wilhelm V.
Offensichtlich wurde sein Können zeit seines Lebens auch vom Nürnberger Rat geschätzt, denn er belieferte ihn ab 1581 über ein halbes Jahrhundert lang mit zahlreichen Arbeiten, die oft als Geschenke an hochgestellte Empfänger dienten. Das gravierte Wappen der Stadt Betzenburg im Deckel der vorliegenden Arbeit spricht dafür, dass es sich auch hierbei um ein solches Ratsgeschenk handeln könnte.

Provenienz
Italienische Privatsammlung.

Literatur
Vgl. Petzolts Deckelpokal für die Nürnberger Patrizierfamilie Kress, abgebildet im Kat. Wenzel Jamnitzer und die Nürnberger Goldschmiedekunst 1500 - 1700, München 1985, Nr. 70. Vgl. auch den Fortunapokal des Meisters im Bayerischen Nationalmuseum, sowie seinen Dianapokal im Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, beide abgebildet im Kat. GNM Nr. 332, 352. Ein mit unserem nahezu identischer Pokal befindet sich in der Sammlung Rudolf-August Oetker, abgebildet im Kat. Faszination des Sammelns, München 2012, Nr. 2.



A Nuremberg Renaissance silver goblet
Silver-gilt goblet with a gadrooned base supporting a waisted and finely chased baluster-form shaft with scroll motifs above three female herms. The waisted cuppa with gadrooned motifs amid scrollwork and strapwork. The corresponding lid with a scrolling finial and a gilt plaque engraved with the coat of arms of Betzenstein near Nuremberg with the initials “BR” and “SA” to the interior. Marken: BZ Nürnberg um 1590 - 1600, MZ Hans Petzolt (1578/80 - 1633, GNM Nr. BZ10, 640b), Tremolierstich H 35 cm, weight 551 g.
Marks of Hans Petzolt, around 1590 - 1600.

Hans Petzolt was one of the most productive, popular and talented Nuremberg goldsmiths of around 1600. His works are characterised by their ornate appliques and cast motifs, such as the shaft node seen here. Petzold's patrons included Emperor Rudolf II of Prague and the Bavarian Duke Wilhelm V. His works were apparently also highly sough-after by the council of Nuremberg. For nearly half a century from 1581 onwards, he provided them with numerous items, many of which were intended as gifts for high-ranking recipients. The engraved coat of arms of the city of Betzenburg in the lid of this piece indicates that it too may have been given as a gift by the council.

Provenance
Italian private collection.

Literature
Cf. a chalice by Petzolt made for the Nuremberg patrician family Kress illus. in cat.: Wenzel Jamnitzer und die Nürnberger Goldschmiedekunst 1500 - 1700, Munich 1985, no. 70. Cf. Also the fortuna goblet by this maker in the Bayerisches Nationalmuseum and the Diana goblet in the Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin, both illus. in cat.:GNM no. 332, 352. A goblet almost identical to the present work is housed in the collection of Rudolf-August Oetker, illus. in cat.: Faszination des Sammelns, Munich 2012, no. 2.

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