In Opaline Cup Lavender, Manufacture St. Louis, Lahoche Crystal Stairs, 19th Century flag

In Opaline Cup Lavender, Manufacture St. Louis, Lahoche Crystal Stairs, 19th Century
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"In Opaline Cup Lavender, Manufacture St. Louis, Lahoche Crystal Stairs, 19th Century"
Very rare small cut opal (crystal opal) lavender blue and gold highlights in sheet form. MANUFACTURE OF CRYSTAL SAINT LOUIS. Label on the back of the house "Lahoche to Escalier de Cristal, Palais Royal, 162 & 163." ENVIRONMENT XIXth CENTURY Grande and famous Parisian house, L'Escalier de Cristal was founded by Marie-Jeanne Desarnaud in 1802, with 1819 as the patented provider of the King of the Duke of Berry and the Garde-Meuble of the Crown. Famous house in the Restoration to the furniture and crystal mounted on bronze. Located at 162 and 163 of the Palais-Royal, it was taken over in 1830 by Lahoche and Boin and Lahoche only in 1847, and Lahoche Pannier Pannier in 1852 and finally Brothers 1890-1923 L'Escalier de Cristal won numerous awards and medals national and international exhibitions, including a gold medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900. Dimensions: 18.3 x 12.2 cm in perfect condition.
Price : 1200 €
Artist : Saint-louis Pour Lahoche Escalier De Cristal Au Palais-royal
Period:19th century
Style:Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Opaline
Length: 18,3 cm
Width : 12,2 cm

Reference : 36837
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In Opaline Cup Lavender, Manufacture St. Louis, Lahoche Crystal Stairs, 19th Century
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