Pot metal and white glass with silver stain
Diameter: 29.2 (11 1/2)
Provenance: Sir Hercules Read; William Walters, Baltimore, to 1934; Thomas and Drake, New York, to 1936
Bibliography: Grosvenor Thomas Stock Book no. I, 132-133, item no. M-39; Period Furniture, Paintings, Bronzes, Sculptures, Porcelains, Ancient Glass, Tapestries, Fabrics, Rugs, from the Walters, Perine, Seligsberg, Schieren, Lulu G. Thomas and Burton M ansfield Estates [sale cat., American Art Association, Anderson Galleries, Inc., 11-13 January] (New York, 1934), 49, lot 288; “Minutes, The Founders Society … Detroit Institute of Arts,” 1936; Jane Hayward in Gothic and Renaissance Art in Nuremberg [exh. cat., The Metropolitan Museum of Art] (New York, 1986), 2061 No. 65; Barnet (1986), 41.
Collection: Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan)
Object/Accession: 36.981 Founders Society Purchase, Octavia W. Bates Fund
Arms: Argent an eagle rising with wings displayed inverted sable and in his beak and annulet or; impaling: azure in chief a fess sable three mullets of six points or (unidentified) Circle of the Housebook Master (?)