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A late 19th century German ivory and silver gilt mounted oval tray by Georg Roth of Hanau, Augsburg marks with a central oval ivory panel carved in relief depicting, the goddess Venus seated in a chariot drawn by peacocks, with attendants and amorini' data-content='A putto (plural: putti) or amerino (plural: amerini) is a cherub or cupid frequently appearing in both mythological and religious paintings and sculpture, especially of the Renaissance and Baroque periods and later used as a decorative element in the design of furniture, ceramics, statuary etc. They are usually depicted as chubby males, or of indeterminate gender, often with wings. Their depiction may represent an association with love, heaven, peace or prosperity.'>amorino / Amorini' data-content='A putto (plural: putti) or amerino (plural: amerini) is a cherub or cupid frequently appearing in both mythological and religious paintings and sculpture, especially of the Renaissance and Baroque periods and later used as a decorative element in the design of furniture, ceramics, statuary etc. They are usually depicted as chubby males, or of indeterminate gender, often with wings. Their depiction may represent an association with love, heaven, peace or prosperity.'>putti amongst clouds, surrounded by four panels carved with a continuous procession of Bacchus in a chariot drawn by leopards, attended by nymphs and satyrs, the drunken Silenus astride a mule with further goats and bacchantes, all inset within silver and gilt repousse and chased scrolls, exotic birds, caryatids supporting scrolling fruit, classical masks and baskets of fruit, together with a mahogany and line inlaid oval display table, circa 1920. Height 63 cm. Length 84 cm. (2)

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