"Art Nouveau: Metal Inlays By Jp Kaiser, 2 Chargers"Pair of lined metal, brass and copper dishes with tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl inlays, (Corviniello), central decoration featuring the chariot of Cherub drawn by a leaping lion, gilt copper, tortoiseshell and mother-of-pearl on a very 1900 backround of leaves.
Corviniello is the name of the electroplating process invented by Otto von Corvin and sold to the company J.P. Kayser Sohn in Krefeld in 1876.
Work late 19th-1900, each dish is marked on the back: Corviniello 50 Patent. These dishes reach significant sums in auctions, (Bonham, Von Zezschwitz), inquire ....
Dimensions: 25.5cm each: 700gr
Good condition, a light wear on surface, no flaw, no restoration.
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