Precious Feathers Pen-stamp Lithyalin, Silver, 19thc, Box flag

Precious Feathers Pen-stamp Lithyalin, Silver, 19thc, Box
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"Precious Feathers Pen-stamp Lithyalin, Silver, 19thc, Box"
Precious feather holder, mounted silver, (French hallmarks), ending with a chiseled silver wax seal in the shape of a Corinthian column, Napoleon III period, object in its original case trimmed with red silk. This feathers is a piece of glassware particularly rare, marbled glass paste, decorated in the style of polished agate, called Lithyalin, beautiful color and beautiful jaspé, 6 facets beveled, in excellent condition: no cracks, no 'shine, no scratches on the surface, the polish is superb.

Lithyaline glass: A type of opaque marbled glass specially designed to look like hard stones. It was invented by Friedrich Egermann in 1828 and patented immediately. Friedrich Egermann (1777-1864) director of Haida, glassware workshop in Bohemia, shop in Vienna.

Good condition, no flaws ........ Dimensions: 13cm.. Tel 0665241111
Price : 180 €
Artist : Egermann
Period:19th century
Style:Louis Philippe, Charles 10th
Condition : Bon état

Material : Verre lapidaire
Length: écrin: 18cm
Width : écrin: 3cm

Reference : 465874
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