A Beaded Sable Purse, France, Restoration Period flag


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"A Beaded Sable Purse, France, Restoration Period"
  • Glass pearl, silk and leather
  • France, Restauration period (circa 1830)
  • A beaded sable purse in polychrome glass pearls. Decor with blue flowers on gray and green plants on brown background. Cord and silk braid terminated with matching silk tassels. Leather interior.
  • The sablé technique : this technical appeared in France in the late seventeenth century and was perpetuated until the nineteenth century in the production of precious objets as purses, cases, binders, pockets and other costume cuffs ... the decorative motifs are usually made of flowers, scenes of people and animals, coats of arms and sometimes dedications. The technique is a mixture of threading and knotting, which is more akin to that point lace embroidery. The glass beads are disposed in very close rows and staggered thereby forming mosaics. The beads are strung on a silk thread in accordance with the decor and son, by the tension subsequently are interconnected by a tie around the beads providing stability to the whole.
  • Price : 350 €
    Period:19th century
    Style:Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
    Condition : Bon état

    Material : Verre
    Height : 9.5 cm

    Reference : 133131
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