Tin Box, With A Burette, For The Oil Of The Sick. Religious Tins. 18th Century. flag


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"Tin Box, With A Burette, For The Oil Of The Sick. Religious Tins. 18th Century. "
Molded base, ogee cover, brass push-button closure. Complete with its summit cross and its engraved burette O I: Oléum Infirmorum. Hallmark of Jean Simon PETIT, master in PARIS in 1766. Control of the city at the Navicelle. Length: 7 cm. Width: 5.5 cm. Total height: 9.8 cm. Clear and silky patina. Very good condition. Micro shocks and wear on the corners. 17th century. An identical box is referenced in the work by Paul BIDAULT "Religious tins from the 17th to the 19th century". Free shipping by COLISSIMO for mainland France.
Price : 390 €
Artist : Poinçon De Jean Simon Petit
Period:18th century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bel état

Material : étain
Length: 7 cm
Width : 5,5 cm
Height : 9,8 cm

Reference : 722466
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Tin Box, With A Burette, For The Oil Of The Sick. Religious Tins. 18th Century.
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