The platter comes from Vienna. It is set on an elliptical base created by four diagonal, S-shaped feet joined at the top. Two of them are decorated with convex medallions, while the other two — with mascarons. At its base, there are two supported bowls in the shape of elliptical shells, set along the longer axis. On both sides of the joint from which a baluster stem comes out, there are two three-dimensional figures of cupids hunting the dolphin swimming underneath the joint. The stem is decorated with leaves and surmounted by a filigree shaft holding a glass vase.


  • Title: Double platter
  • Creator: Vicenz Carl Dub
  • Date Created: 1847
  • Location Created: Vienna
  • Physical Dimensions: h 68,0 cm, l 27,6 cm, w 50,2 cm
  • Provenance: Gift of J. Jaworski
  • Medium: Silver, glass

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