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Metropolitan Museum of Art / masterpieces of applied art

Mantel clock

Maker:

Clockmaker: Franz Xavier Gegenreiner (German, active 1760–70)

Maker:

Case maker: Johann Andreas Thelot (German, 1655–1734)
Date:
case ca. 1710, movement ca. 1760–70
Culture:
German, Augsburg


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Mirror frame
Maker:
Johann Valentin Gevers (German, ca. 1662–1732)
Date:
ca. 1743–45
Culture:
German, Augsburg
Medium:
Silver gilt
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Tabernacle House Altar with the Adoration of the Shepherds, the Adoration of the Magi, and the Annunciation.
Artist:
Reinhold Vasters (German, Erkelenz 1827–1909 Aachen) (frame)
Artist:
Italian , probably Lombardy, second half 16th century (panels)
Date:
second half 16th century (panels); ca. 1865–90 (frame)
Medium:
Ebony-veneered soft wood, silver gilt, rock crystal, agate, and reverse painted and gilded glass.

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Shrine
Maker:
Matthias Walbaum (German, Kiel 1554–1632 Augsburg)
Artist:
Miniatures by Anton Mozart (German, Augsburg 1573–1625 Augsburg)
Date:
1598–1600
Culture:
German, Augsburg

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Miniature cabinet or house altar
Designer:
Reinhold Vasters (German, Erkelenz 1827–1909 Aachen)
Date:
ca. 1876–95
Culture:
probably French
Medium:
Ebonized fruitwood and enameled gold

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Mirror
Silversmith:
Johann Valentin Gevers (German, ca. 1662–1732)
Silversmith:
Medallions possibly by Johann Andreas Thelot (German, 1655–1734)
Date:
ca. 1710
Culture:
German, Augsburg
Medium:
Oak and pine veneered with tortoiseshell, silver, silver gilt, and green-stained ivory; mirror glass

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Lamp or Censer
Date:
14th century
Culture:
North Italian
Medium:
Gilt-copper alloy, silver, enamel en ronde bosse, rock crystal
Dimensions:
Overall (with chain): 25 x 5 3/4 in. (63.5 x 14.6 cm)

Overall (without chain): 16 3/16 x 5 3/4 in. (41.1 x 14.6 cm)
chain length: 8 13/16 in. (22.4 cm)

Classification:
Metalwork-Copper

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Cabinet
Maker:
Cabinetry by the workshop of Melchior Baumgartner (German) (1621–1686)
Silversmith:
Jeremias Sibenbürger (ca. 1583–1659)
Maker:
Silver plaques possibly by a member of the Lencker family
Date:
ca. 1655–59, engraved decorations ca. 1825–50
Culture:
German, Augsburg
Medium:

Oak, pine, walnut, cedar, ebony, and rosewood; ivory veneer and silver veneer; silver; silver-gilt moldings; gilded yellow-metal mounts; the drawers lined with aquamarine-colored silk

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