Pair Of Square Dishes, Paris By Dehanne, 1787 flag

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"Pair Of Square Dishes, Paris By Dehanne, 1787"
  • Sterling silver
  • Paris, 1787
  • By Pierre-Joseph Dehanne, received as silversmith in 1785 - still active in 1809
  • Excellent condition
  • Dim: side 21.7 cm; weight: 1160g
  • Provenance: private collection
  • Pair of squared silver dishes, with a polylobed outline with four ribs in spandrels, edges in ogee with molded threads. It is decorated in its center with letters"JG" in an oval coat surrounded by laurel and surmounted by a wreath of flowers.
  • Often grouped in pair(s), these dishes, shallow, square or rectangular, sometimes oval or triangular, were intended, according to the inventories, to serve fruitand salads. The interior traces of blades show that they were not used only for this purpose, but according to the circumstances of the meal. The bowl was an indispensable part of the "Service à la française", which over the time of the 18th century reached all the prosperous tables of society.
  • Hallmarks: Hallmarks (under the molding): Master: P, a bird, J, D surmounted by a crowned fleur-de-lis; Charge: A crowned, Paris, 1782-1789 ([1] n ° 520); Jurande: P crowned with the date 87, Paris, from July 11, 1787 to November 12, 1788 ([1] n ° 538); Discharge (on the molding): a parrot's head, Paris, 1786-1788 ([1] n ° 524)
  • Price: 3200 €
    Artist: Dehanne
    Period: 18th century
    Style: Louis 15th - Transition
    Condition: Excellent condition

    Material: Sterling silver
    Length: 21.7cm
    Width: 21.7 cm

    Reference: 740849
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