"Sugar Bowl In Silver And Crystal, France 1809-1819"Sugar bowl with cast, chased silver frame and faceted crystal receptacle. The frame with a central post, adorned with a collar, rests on a square base decorated with water leaves. She is supported by four pairs of human feet. The top is bordered by an openwork gallery and water leaves, the bottom decorated with stylized palmettes. The central part is decorated with a mythological scene representing the vineyard, the harvest of wine by a putti and certainly the Greek god of the vine Dyonisos. Side handles with smiling Bacchus head. The removable cover is surmounted by a ring socket formed of cornucopias resting on a corole of leaves. Silver 950/1000, Coq hallmarks (1809-1819) Master Goldsmith: SJ Dupezard Parisian work in Empire style. Height: 22 cm Length: 18.7 cm Diameter: 12 cm Frame weight: 471 gr Good condition Note: some lack of palmette stems, small repair inside the cover, small dent on the crystal.