"Goldsmith Boin Taburet - Table Decor Piece Set In Vermeil"This set is made up of: • 1 large, above all oval, mirror bottom on an oak parquet surrounded by an ingot mold decorated with strong nets and staples, and placed on ball feet. Dimensions: 63 cm x 85 cm • 1 pair of displays mounted on a round base with four winding feet which support an openwork round cup decorated with garlands of flowers with its inner cup signed "BOIN TABURET à PARIS": Diameter 25.5 cm - height 15 cm • 4 displays mounted on a round base with nets and staples, the ogee as well as the body of the openwork cup decorated with garlands of flowers, interior of the cups signed: "BOINTABURET à PARIS": Diameter 24 cm - height 6.6 cm • 1 oval pedestal planter with threaded base and clips, ogee and openwork body adorned with garlands of flowers, ribbon-shaped grips and internal cup signed "BOINTABURET A PARIS" Length 42.5 cm x 29.5 cm • 6 round bottle coasters with radiant decoration and edges and staples, monogrammed. Diameter 15.5 cm signed "BOINTABURET A PARIS" • Pair of double oval salt cellars, model, crystal interior signed "BOINTABURET A PARIS" length 11 cm x 7 cm • Pair of candelabra with three sconces plus a central covered with 'a flame whose binet is decorated with a zoomorphic head The fluted barrel is decorated with falls of flowers and a round base presents an ogee entirely chiselled with water leaves, pearls and threads and staples. Height 50 cm - center distance 31 cm • Set of five radiant crystal ewers mounted on a vermeil base decorated with nets and staples, adorned halfway with a garland of flowers, connected to the neck by a vermeil handle the neck in crystal inserted in a vermeil frame with hinged cover, decoration of flowers and nets. All these pieces are in vermeil Hallmark MINERVE 1st title Period XIXth _ Weight of the weighable pieces 23 kilos 500 (except the ewers and especially) Goldsmith: BOIN TABURET A PARIS BIOGRAPHY The two goldsmiths Georges Boin and his son-in-law Emile Taburet create the Maison Boin-Taburet circa 1875. They produce many pieces of goldsmith's work inspired by the magnificent services of the 18th century. For his first exhibition in Paris in 1878, Georges Boin presented a toilet service inspired by the work of Pierre Germain. For the Universal Exhibition of 1889 in Paris, we owe him several specialties including one executed from the drawings of the famous designer and ornamentalist Juste Aurèle Meissonnier; as well as Louis XIV and Louis XVI style tea sets. It also presents a soup tureen and its tray after Pierre Germain for the Jockey-club. The Maison Boin-taburet takes part in multiple shows and exhibitions, in particular those of 1878, 1889, and 1900. It will thus contribute to the rebirth of the French silversmith of the 19th.