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Rare Suite Of 4 Coats Of Arms In Silver, Paris 1745-1746 & Geneva 1760-1762
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"Rare Suite Of 4 Coats Of Arms In Silver, Paris 1745-1746 & Geneva 1760-1762"
Rare suite of four arms in solid silver emblazoned Two in the six-contour model and thread moldings (Geneva) Two in the five-contour model and net moldings (Paris) The four bear the same coat of arms (time engraving) and the same brands of ownership (initials IAM) Total weight: 2,774g Diameter: 29 cm Two Parisian dishes Five-contour model and net moldings Sterling silver (~ 958/1000) Goldsmith Nicolas-Clément Vallières (active from 1732 to 1775) Paris, 1745 -1746 Weight: 691g + 695g Diameter: 29 cm On the reverse, on the wing: - hallmark of the master goldsmith (Crowned fleur-de-lis, two grains, NCV, a pearl) - charge hallmark for Paris 1744-1750 (Crowned ) - punch of jurande for Paris 27.11.1745-28.11.1746 (E crowned) - initials of property IAM. Obverse, on the wing: - discharge punch for large works of silver, Paris 1744-1750 (a common greyhound) On the marli: Lion crawling, in a cartridge decorated stamped with a helm. The lion seems to hold an object in its paw (we reproduce as a working hypothesis the coat of arms of the Swiss family Alric, from Perroy (Vaud), of ancient French extraction. Our warmest thanks to Dr N. Gervasoni for his reading proposal ). Very good general condition. A dish has a slight depression in a quarter of a circle (clearly visible on the photo of the reverse). Superb patina. Marks, micro-shocks and scratches of use. Two Geneva dishes Model with six contours and silver filament moldings 1st title (XI deniers, or ~ 916/1000) Goldsmith François Barbier (1718-1798), received master in 1749 Geneva, between 1760 and 1762 Weight: 689g + 699g Diameter: 29 cm On the reverse: - hallmark of the master goldsmith (crowned FB, one star). - hallmark of title and city with the arms of Geneva and the initials of the juror Jean-Jacques Girod (IIG). Born in 1700, died in 1770, master in 1723 and master juror in 1732-1734 and 1760-1762. - control strip (trace of removal of a silver chip by the sworn examiner for verification of the titration by coupellation). - IAM property initials. Very good general condition. On one, slight shock on an outline. Superb patina. Marks, micro-shocks and scratches of use. ____________________________________________________ We also present in our gallery a more recent Geneva dish (ca 1770), with six contours, devoid of coats of arms but engraved with the same LA monogram. The differences in model (five & six contours) and provenance (Paris & Geneva) illustrate fairly well the habits of the 18th century in general, and Swiss families in particular who liked to shop in Paris (see the catalog of the sale of furniture at Hauteville castle, September 2015, where many Parisian pieces rub shoulders with Geneva or Lausanne productions). References: François de Vevey, Manual of goldsmiths in French-speaking Switzerland, Friborg 1985 (p. 55 for the jury's mark; p. 70 for Barbier, with reproduction of the mark). Michèle Bimbenet-Privat and Gabriel de Fontaines, The dating of Parisian goldsmithery under the Old Regime, Paris-Museums 1995, p. 128-129 (hallmarks n ° 394, 396 and 404). Henry Nocq, Le poinçon de Paris, Léonce Laget, Paris 1968, volume IV p. 81-82 (Vallières, with reproduction of the hallmark)
Price:5000 €
Artist : François Barbier & Nicolas-clément Vallières
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Très bon état. voir description

Material : Argent massif
Diameter : 29
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Rare Suite Of 4 Coats Of Arms In Silver, Paris 1745-1746 & Geneva 1760-1762
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