Saliera (Q697208)

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  • English Wikipedia categories: 1543 sculptures, Collections of the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Gold objects, Renaissance sculptures, Sculptures by Benvenuto Cellini, Stolen works of art, Works in vitreous enamel
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Summary from Deutsch / German Wikipedia (dewiki)

Die Saliera (italienisch Salz- oder Pfefferfass, also der Vorgänger des heutigen Salzstreuers) ist ein vom italienischen Bildhauer und Goldschmied Benvenuto Cellini für Franz I. von Frankreich von 1540 bis 1543 angefertigtes Tafelgefäß. Es wird in der permanenten Ausstellung in der Kunstkammer des Kunsthistorischen Museums in Wien aufbewahrt.

Summary from English Wikipedia (enwiki)

The Cellini Salt Cellar (in Vienna called the Saliera, Italian for salt cellar) is a part-enamelled gold table sculpture by Benvenuto Cellini. It was completed in 1543 for Francis I of France, from models that had been prepared many years earlier for Cardinal Ippolito d'Este.

Summary from Français / French Wikipedia (frwiki)

La Salière de Cellini (appelée la Saliera à Vienne, d'après le mot italien pour salière) est une pièce d'orfèvrerie de style maniériste en or massif reposant sur une base d'ébène ornée d'un décor en émail, exécutée entre 1539 et 1543 par le sculpteur Benvenuto Cellini pour le roi François Ier.

Summary from Русский язык / Russian Wikipedia (ruwiki)

«Сальера» (итал. Saliera — «солонка») — частично покрытая эмалью золотая настольная статуэтка, выполненная в 1543 году флорентийским золотых дел мастером Бенвенуто Челлини для французского короля Франциска I и представляющая собой вершину декоративно-прикладного искусства эпохи маньеризма. Высота скульптуры — 26,3 см, ширина основания из слоновой кости — 33,5 см.

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