"Goldsmith Duponchel - Trophee Of Races In Silver And Vermeil Period XIXth Around 1860"Large covered cup in silver and vermeil mounted on a pedestal, ovoid vase flanked by two winding handles, terminated by horse heads. The body is chiseled and presents two cartridges, one decorated with a sculpture representing a man on horseback and the other bearing the inscription "COURSES OF FONTAINEBLEAU GIVEN BY THE EMPEROR IN MDCCCLXIII" or this trophee was offered by the emperor NAPOLEON III in 1863. The cover is surmounted by a love holding a laurel wreath. Dimensions: height 44 cm - width with handles 30 cm - diameter of the base 17.5 cm Material: vermeil silver - Weight: 2240 grams - Hallmark: Minerva 1st title Period: Mid-19th century NAPOLEON III - Goldsmith: DUPONCHEL in PARIS .
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