A Large German Silver Punch Bowl with Cover
A Large German Silver Punch Bowl with Cover
A Large German Silver Punch Bowl with Cover
A Large German Silver Punch Bowl with Cover

Large German Silver Punch Bowl with Cover

Heinrich Mau
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reference number: ES_030

circa 1890

silver

height: 46 cm; weight: 3910 gr

maker’s mark: H. Mau

A large silver punch bowl in the Neo-Rococo taste by Heinrich Mau, a jeweller and silversmith from Dresden. The bowl of double-bellied form, raised on two scroll supports and two bracket supports, the body chased with shellwork and floral sprays and applied with large acanthus leaves sweeping across the body to form handles at the neck, the domed cover chased with scrolls and sweeping lobes and surmounted by a figural rocaille scroll finial, the lower body engraved with date 1894 in shellwork cartouche, marked on underside of bowl and flange of cover.

 

Jakob Wilhelm Heinrich Mau (1843-1906) was a prolific jeweller and silversmith, appointed official purveyor to the royal Saxon court in Dresden. His firm was famous for manufacturing opulent Rococo Revival silverware.

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