AN IMPORTANT ISLAMIC BRONZE MORTAR, MEDIEVAL SPAIN, 12TH.-13TH. CENTURY AD.
A mortar of circular form and with a cast rimless, cylindrical body. It has two prominent handles on either side with holes either for suspension or for securing
the mortar while in ...click for details
IMPORTANT MID-EUROPEAN (FLEMISH) BRONZE MORTAR, DATING LATE MEDIEVAL, 14TH.-15TH. CENTURY.
As the most interesting and priceless item from the collection we're currently handling, we are proud to present an exceptional Flemish bronze mortar. A large and massive bronze mortar decorated with ribs that resamples those found on castle tow ...click for details
AN IMPORTANT AND UNUSUALLY LARGE NORTH EUROPEAN BELL-METAL CAULDRON, DATING ca. 1650.
A huge and finely executed cauldron in bell metal, which came to use earlier than brass in European cooking. Renaissance or gothic style handles, and makers mark or owners mark on the sides. ...click for details
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