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Silver Jug, France 1798-1809 By Milleraud Bouty
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"Silver Jug, France 1798-1809 By Milleraud Bouty"
Tripod silver jug in ovoid shape with a chimney collar resting on claw feet with acanthus leaf hooks. The side hinged lid ends with a pinecone plug, the zoomorphic spout is finished with a lion's head. The high handle in blackened wood is two points of attachment maintained at the neck by a wall of acanthus leaves. Hallmarks: 1st Rooster Paris (in use from 1798 to 1809) Paris warranty, Master Orfèvre: Louis Joseph Milleraud Bouty 1779-1811 (second poincon in the shape of a vertical diamond) Height: 26 cm Length: 19 cm Weight: 771 gr Gross Good condition of conservation, without shocks or deformations Trace of repair on the neck
Price : 850 €
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Bon état

Material : Argenterie
Height : 26 cm

Reference : 426299
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Silver Jug, France 1798-1809 By Milleraud Bouty

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