Standing cup of agate, mounted in gold enamel with rubies and a diamond. The lid has carvings of the coat of arms of Würtemburg, and shows a warrior along with personal seal of duke Johann Friedrich. The cup was probably a present from Duke Johann Friedrich of Württemberg, Christian IV’s brother-in-law. Latwer it was put up as a price in one of the famous carrousel’s, the renaissance equivalent of medieval jousting tournaments, in 1680 by queen Sophie Amalaie and was won by her son Christian V.