"Grangeret, Cutler Of The King, Box For Dental Care, 1818"Beautiful box of black leather, closing with two brass hooks, green velvet interior with silver threads, in the center, the beautiful Grangeret label, gold on a red background. The kit consists of 5 main parts, steel descaling tools, unmarked, ivory handles, (a mini friar), and other tools that came in complements. Condition: Good, good patina, the end of a tool is gone. The label affixed to the lid is interesting, and dates precisely this necessary, between 1815 and 1820, under Louis XVIII. In fact, it is Pierre-François Grangeret, 3rd generation, who occupied the shops of the former Charité Hospital, 45, rue des Saints Père, where he had just signed the lease, he was no longer Coutelier HM the Emperor, but the new King, and recommended the Duke of Berri, who died in 1820 ... The restoration of the Bourbons implies that the tools are not marked, and that the box is only garnished with a label during this transition.