"Orfevre Gustave Odiot - Vegetable Of Apparat Covered In Sterling Silver Nineteenth"Ceremonial vegetable dish in chiseled molten silver and its lining. Sumptuous Louis XVI-inspired model on which we find the decorations of Jean -Baptiste Claude ODIOT in the form of appliques of lanceolate leaves alternating with bouquets of flowers and putti with the arms spread out forming grips. The lid is topped with a putto struggling with a sign on a terrace representing its nest in which rests three eggs. The cover receives two oval medallions surmounted by a knot and on which we can see the traces of the engraving of a coat of arms.
Dimensions: height 25 cm - width at handles 33.5 cm Material: silver 1st grade Weight: 3740 grams Hallmarks: Minerva Goldsmith's hallmark in full "ODIOT A PARIS" N ° 5838 Goldsmith: JEAN BAPTISTE GUSTAVE ODIOT (supplier of Tsar and viceroy of Egypt Saïd Pasha.) Period: 1865 - 1894 - Origin: France
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