Lot 1757: Medieval Enamelled Mount Group
December 8, 2016
London, United KingdomLive Auction
Description: 11th-15th century AD. A group of bronze fittings with enamel, comprising: two roundels with silver inlaid flower with double row of petals, black enamel to the background, two straps to the back; a six petalled flower with scrolling plant motif to each petal, lug to the back; a quatrefoil mount with interlaced loops and white enamel to the background, suspension ring to the back; a triangular mount with white and red enamel to the centre, trefoil ends with red dot of enamel, each joined by a loop; a strap end with fleur de lis, attachment lugs to the back; a square mount with running lion, facing forward and with crown on head, yellow enamel, attachment lug to back; a pyramidal mount with cells filled white enamel inlay, attachment lug to the back; three rosettes with white enamel inlay to the petals, attachment lugs to the back. 89 grams total, 14-36mm (1/2 - 1 1/2"). Property of a German gentleman; acquired on the European art market in the 1990s. [11, No Reserve]
Condition Report: Fine condition.