Bleeding Bowl Pewter By Boicervoise In Paris, Circa 1760 flag

Bleeding Bowl Pewter By Boicervoise In Paris, Circa 1760
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"Bleeding Bowl Pewter By Boicervoise In Paris, Circa 1760"
An uncommon form for a Parisian medical tin of a palette to bleed without ear. The palette is signed by André-François Boicervoise with two hallmarks. According to Claude Renner (see his article on page 221: http://www.biusante.parisdescartes.fr/sfhm/hsm/HSMx2004x038x002/HSMx2004x038x002x0219.pdf) only the French pallets made in Toulouse or Semur-en-Auxois were without handle. This is therefore a rare example in Paris. Beautiful condition and beautiful signature of a famous tin manufacturer. Diameter: 12 cm like all palettes to bleed.
Price : 450 €
Artist : Boicervoise
Period:18th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Bon état

Material : étain
Diameter : 12 cm

Reference : 484118
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