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The body of the tankard is decorated with two narrow bands of gilded abstract vegetal ornament around the neck and base, separated by a wider band that features three repoussé medallions alternating with three bosses. Each medallion depicts a standing nude female: one of the nudes appears in an interior holding a dagger to her chest; another holds a sword and a man's head and stands beside a female companion; the third holds an elongated arrow with a blindfolded cupid at her feet. The cast handle consists of a clawed bird's foot grasping a ball at the base, followed by a satyr mask, a bound female nude, and, surmounting the handle, the bust of a warrior. The lid, a later addition, bears a wreath with a series of initials and the date 1639.
German
Tankard with Lid and scenes of Judith, Lucretia, and Venus
1600 – 1639
Museum Purchase
1966/2.18

German
Coffeepot
1755 – 1765
The Paul Leroy Grigaut Memorial Collection
1969/2.40

German
Perseus and Andromeda
1577
Gift through the Estate of Edward Sonnenschein
1970/2.51

German
The Last Judgement, from the Nuremberg Chronicle
15th century
Museum Purchase
1958/1.165
Silver spoon with figure of a man at the terminal end of the handle
German
One of a set of 12 Apostle Spoons
1867 – 1899
Gift of Raymond C. Smith
1975/2.190
Silver spoon with figure of a man at the terminal end of the handle
German
One of a set of 12 Apostle Spoons
1867 – 1899
Gift of Raymond C. Smith
1975/2.191

German
Portrait of W. T. Krug
1800 – 1849
Gift of Bernard A. Uhlendorf
1980/2.187
White ceramic dish with attached covered bowl.  Gold leave detail border and flower motifs as decoration.  The handle of the dish cover is a ceramic detailed and painted flower.
German
Covered Dish
19th century
Gift of Mrs. Jutta Gerber-Malm
2009/2.9
Inkwell made of porcelain has a cylinder shape body. The body of the inkwell is shaped to be a body of a woman cook, in orange clothings and a pinroller on her hand; the woman's head is the lid cover.
German
Seated Woman Inkwell (Red), made in Germany, woman with rolling pin
1875 – 1975
Gift in loving memory of Donald Maxwell Robiner from his family
2010/1.298B

German
Illustration from an Augsburg Bible (Incunabulum)
15th century
Museum Purchase
1930.24
Silver spoon with figure of a man at the terminal end of the handle
German
One of a set of 12 Apostle Spoons
1867 – 1899
Gift of Raymond C. Smith.
1975/2.189

German
Aquamanile, Lion
1267 – 1332
Lent by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Friedsam Collection, Bequest of Michael Friedsman, 1931 (32.100.198)
LTL2009.5.4
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