Tin Wine Jug (pewter) - Cambrai, Circa 1800 flag

Tin Wine Jug (pewter) - Cambrai, Circa 1800
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Object description :

"Tin Wine Jug (pewter) - Cambrai, Circa 1800"
PITCHER baluster in pewter with pouring spout with sides, nipple cover with spinning top and thumb-cup with “rockery” shell.
Marks at the interior bottom of François DREPTIN received master around 1767:
1 ° - crowned rose charged with a double-headed eagle.
2 ° - in clear: F. DREPTIN A CAMBRAY.
Height: 27.9 cm.
CAMBRAI, End of the 18th century or very beginning of the 19th century.

Areas of bites.
"Les étainiers de Cambrai" by Pierre Briffaut "Pewter pitchers from the north of France"
Article by JC Commenchal in the ABC Décor review, N ° 210-211 of June 1982

Website: http://www.commenchal-expert-etains.com



- By French check payable to COMMENCHAL Jean- Claude
- By bank transfer payable to COMMENCHAL Jean-Claude
IBAN: FR7630027160990002011940139
- By Paypal transfer to jc.commenchal@orange.fr There will be an additional cost of 3 % inclusive of the price indicated to compensate for the fees charged by this banking operator


Jean-Claude COMMENCHAL, expert specialist in tins of all ages, guarantees the authentic object described above. A detailed descriptive invoice including a photograph will be given to the purchaser on request.


Sent to France by "Colissimo" followed within a maximum of 48 hours. With recommendation and insurance on request. Postal transport is offered to mainland France.
Sending to the whole world by "Colissimo" recommended. With insurance on request. To know the shipping costs to Europe or the whole world, click on "Buy online" and select your country, or contact me by email.


French-speaking buyers: by phone or email.
Non-French speaking buyers: exclusively by email.

Price : 100 €
Artist : François Dreptin
Period:18th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Zones de piqûres

Material : étain

Reference : 704302
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