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Religious Seal Linden Tilia Sterling Silver Motto Church Late 17th C


Religious Seal Linden Tilia Sterling Silver Motto Church Late 17th C




 

    German church, theologian or refomed poet sterling silver and lime tree seal made late 17th or early 18th century. The latin moto is "labore florebit otio til erit" (that meditation flower the linden?) with tilia tree in the middle is engraved onthe sterling silver (.800) seal. 3 1/8" (8cm) height. Beautifull condition with tiny used as shown by the following pictures.

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For our French-speaking friends: Sceau en argent et bois de tilleul fin XVII, début XVIIIe siècle. Cachet d'Eglise, de théologien ou poète réformateur. La devise est en latin médiéval, "labore florebit otio til erit" Que la méditation fleurisse le tilleul (tilae)? Au centre un tilleul emblématique, arbre sacré des civilisations germaniques, lumière de la vie dans le style de Dürer, symbole de la fidélité. Il est en bel état malgré l'usage, rares petis accidents, titre 800 pas de poinçon. Hauteur 8 cm.

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