The Cellini Salt Cellar (known as the "Saliera", Italian for salt cellar) in the Kunsthistorisches Museum ("Art History Museum"), in Vienna, Austria.

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The Cellini Salt Cellar (known as the "Saliera", Italian for salt cellar) in the Kunsthistorisches Museum ("Art History Museum"), in Vienna, Austria.
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Image ID: F8G977
The Cellini Salt Cellar (known as the "Saliera", Italian for salt cellar) is a part-enamelled gold table sculpture by Benvenuto Cellini and it was completed in 1543 for Francis I of France.It was created in the Mannerist style of the late Renaissance and allegorically portrays Terra e Mare. It is exhibited in the Kunsthistorisches Museum ("Art History Museum"), in Vienna, Austria.
Location: Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Vienna, Austria