Cut Crystal For 4 Spirits, Le Creusot, Early 19thc flag

Cut Crystal For 4 Spirits, Le Creusot, Early 19thc
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"Cut Crystal For 4 Spirits, Le Creusot, Early 19thc"
Beautiful bottle with 4 compartments, a very rare piece, in crystal cut of twisted godrons and diamond points, the radiant base, the grooved neck, the square-shaped neck with four crystal stoppers. Cristalleries du Creusot or early manufacturing in Baccarat, a rare piece, very early in the nineteenth. We can no longer imagine the time it took to carve such a flask perfectly without false height. We have colored the 4 compartments to allow you to judge the interest. Dimensions (28cm x 13,5cm). Condition: excellent, no flaws, no limescale deposits inside, very few scratches and tiny splinters pinpoint. The stoppers are original, each with a different diameter. The Cristalleries du Creusot, were founded by Queen Marie Antoinette in 1787. By 1788, La Cristallerie rivaled the English crystal. After the revolution, she lost her prestigious clients and had to make ordinary glass. Father Chapet directed the glassworks until 1812. He developed the leaded optical glass, embedded in the glass portraits, religious subjects ... The company reached its peak in 1828. Successive feuds and competition from Baccarat brought the Cristallerie to cease its activities in 1832. The techniques of manufacture were taken again by the Crystal factory of Baccarat. ( Tel: 0665241111
Price:500 €
Artist : Le Creusot
Period:19th century
Condition : Excellent

Material : Cristal taillé
Diameter : 13,5cm
Height : 28cm
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