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Sauceboat The Griffon, Silver, Empire Period
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"Sauceboat The Griffon, Silver, Empire Period"
Beautiful sauce boat and its tray Sterling Silver. Goldsmith Antoine Hience. The gravy boat on a pedestal with a handle shaped head griffin lined a double loop-shaped foliage, a shield with initials on front, decoration with water leaves friezes. The tray also called dormant almond-shaped balls on four legs, decorated with a frieze of water leaves. EMPIRE PERIOD. Punches: - 2nd Coq to Paris from 1809 to 1818, the first title. - Goldsmith Antoine Hience referenced as specialist "grosserie" (moldings). His punch was hallmarked in 1798, he was active until 1828. His workshop was at 36 quai goldsmiths in Paris. WEIGHT: 852 g. Dimensions: Length 27.3 cm. Width 14.6 cm. Height 23.1 cm. (As a security measure, silver is not preserved at the gallery. The objects are visible only by appointment.)
Price:1900 €
Artist : Antoine Hience
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Argent massif
Length: 27,3 cm
Width : 14,6 cm
Height : 23,1 cm
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