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Ivory ball contrefait (height 30.5 cm). By Jacob Zeller, 1611 Courtesy of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Contrefait ball made of ivory Zeller, Jacob active)

St. George fighting the dragon as a drinking vessel Kellner, Hans (Goldsmith) Between Nuremberg, 1603-1609 Nürnberg, zwischen 1603-1609

George fighting the dragon as a drinking vessel Kellner, Hans (Goldsmith) Between Nuremberg, Nürnberg, zwischen

Ball on a high shaft (height 39.5 cm), by Georg Friedel, circa 1611-1619 Courtesy of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Ball on a high shaft (height 39.5 cm), by Georg Friedel, circa 1611-1619 Courtesy of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Deckelpokal with Minerva as Bekrönungsfigur (height 50 cm.) Egidius Lobenigk, 1591. Courtesy of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Cover pot with Minerva as the figurehead Lobenigk, Egidius

Cup, by Marcus Heiden (active 1618-died 1664), 1628, ivory De Agostini Picture Library / A. Dagli Orti / The Bridgeman Art Library

Cup, by Marcus Heiden (active ivory De Agostini Picture Library / A. Dagli Orti / The Bridgeman Art Library

Contrefaitkugel aus Elfenbein, Ø der Hohlkugel 6 cm, im Inneren befindet sich eine Guasch.

Contrefaitkugel aus Elfenbein, Ø der Hohlkugel 6 cm, im Inneren befindet sich eine Guasch.

A South German turned ivory contrefait, attributed to the workshop of Lorenz Zick (1594-1666), 17th century. Photo Sotheby's

A South German turned ivory contrefait, attributed to the workshop of Lorenz Zick century - Alain.

A South German turned ivory cup and cover, probably Nuremberg, first half 17th century

A South German turned ivory cup and cover, probably Nuremberg, first half century - Alain.

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