Joseph Ignaz Saler

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Master's mark JIS (Jos.Ignaz Saler)

Joseph Ignaz Saler also Saller (* 1697 ; † 1764 ) was a gold and silversmith master in Augsburg .


Saler worked at the old silversmiths in Augsburg and is mentioned there for the first time in 1727. In the period from 1727 to 1764 he created some important works of art, especially for southern Germany.


Maria de Victoria (Aschaffenburg)
Measuring jug
Immaculata (Mannheim)
  • 1730 "Chalice" silver, gilded Böhmfeld Krs. Eichstätt
  • 1730 "Monstrance" silver gilt Bogenberg
  • 1737 "Monstrance" silver gilded Heideck
  • 1737/39 "Monstrance" silver gilded Jesuit Church (Mannheim)
  • 1740 "Monstrance" silver gilded Haselbach (Lower Bavaria)
  • 1743 "Meßkännchen" antique trade
  • 1746 "Immaculata" silver, embossed and gilded Jesuit Church (Mannheim)
  • 1750 "Maria Immaculata" or "Maria de Victoria" silver, partially gold-plated Jesuit Church (Aschaffenburg) today museums of the city of Aschaffenburg
  • 1750 "Oltner Madonna" silver, Swiss National Museum Zurich
  • 1759 "The five wounds" Copper sheet, silver, gilded (procession figures). Jesuit Church (Mannheim)
  • 1762 "Munich Augustinerle" (gefatschtes (wound) wax Child) six silver, decorated with colorful stones Fatschenriegel, Marian Men Congregation Bürgersaalkirche Munich

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Individual evidence

  1. Early Rococo work around 1730, cartridge ornament with updated editions. Hallmark, probably Augsburg, maker's mark indistinct
  2. (Schröder i. Archive f History of the Hochstiftes Augsburg IV p. 580)
  3. ^ Felix Mader The Art Monuments of the Kingdom of Bavaria Middle Franconia II District Office Eichstätt Munich 1928, ISBN 3-486-50505-X
  4. Late baroque work around 1730, volutes, acanthus tendrils and angel heads driven on the foot. Nodus vase-shaped, three-sided with heads at the corners. Silver acanthus tendrils and vine leaves around the quadrilateral opening. In between Maria below, on the side angels with instruments of suffering, above God the Father under a canopy. IIS registration mark in a three-pass
  5. a b c (Schröder p. 580)
  6. a b Bernhard Hermann Rötther The art monuments of the Kingdom of Bavaria Niederbayern XX. Bezirksamt Bogen München 1929 Reprint ISBN 3-486-50498-3
  7. Early Rococo around 1737 on the foot tape and cartouches with masks in the sun A bust of Mary in relief enclosing the ostensorium , above God the Father, below John the Baptist, two angels in Levite clothing and four putti on the side. Hallmark Augsburg with year letter c (= 1737–39) maker's mark IIS
  8. ^ Felix Mader The art monuments of the Kingdom of Bavaria . Middle Franconia III District Office Hilpoltstein Munich 1929 Reprint ISBN 3-486-50506-8
  9. ^ LAD Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe branch
  10. Early Rococo work around 1740, angel heads and flower baskets between ribbon work, opening heart-shaped, silver acanthus tendrils in the sun, Augsburg inspection mark, master's mark only partially legible IIS in the three-pass
  11. Two small German measuring jugs, partly gold-plated, silver jugs, one marked "A" for water, the other marked with a "V" for wine, round bases. Maker Joseph Ignaz Saler 1738–1764, Augsburg townmark 1743–1745. Weight 270 gr. H. 12. (2).
  12. Client: Pastor Joseph Heinrich Wirtz and Johann Victor Anton Glutz, Schultheiss zu Olten around 1750
  13. ^ LAD Baden-Württemberg, Karlsruhe branch