A rarer North-European bronze tripod cauldron, dating to the 16th. century or earlier.
This cauldron is unusual, due to it's fine execution and larger size - 27 cm. from handle to handle and more than 16 cm. in height. The cauldron is standing on three legs with lower part shaped as stylized animal paws. ...click for details
A medieval iron gate key of exceptional size, found in Copenhagen, Denmark, Dating to pre 1600 AD!.
We believe this key should be dating to the 15th.-16th. century and surely from a huge gate, either a citygate or castle gate. The key was reportedly found inside Copenhagen in a dig. ...click for details
A rare European Medieval guilded silver seal ring, dating to the 15th. cent. AD or slightly earlier.
The ring with a round engraved seal matrix of a high detailed beast, perhaps a lion within a ring of floral ornamentations. The ring itselv is also decorated, and the bezel guilt.
Size: c. 19 mm. ...click for details
Rare Repousse and chased brass or bronze bowl, often known as a Baptismal Font, c. 1450-1500, Germany possibly Nuremburg.
Both the central design and the decoration upon the rim of this dish were made using a series of stamps impressed into the metal. Nuremberg trade regulations stated that all punches and stamps had to be applied by ha ...click for details