Pair Of Empire Mustard Pots, Early 19th Century flag


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"Pair Of Empire Mustard Pots, Early 19th Century"
Elegant pair of Empire mustard pots decorated with a frieze of palm leaves, frieze of scales, nets, claws feet and a stylized pinecone. Late 18th - early 19th century. Hallmarks:Paris, 1st title (1798-1809).Middle guarantee. Association of Parisian Silversmiths. Master silversmith: Jacques-Florent-Joseph Beydel, got his hallmark An V, 24 Prairial (June 12, 1797). Very good state of conservation. Traces of wear and tear. The glassware is probably original and in a perfect condition.
Price : 500 €
Artist : Jacques - Florent - Joseph Beydel
Period:19th century
Style:Consulat, Empire
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Argent massif, cristal
Length: 8,8cm
Diameter : 6cm
Height : 10,5cm

Reference : 482211
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