Coat Of Arms On Copper From The 18th

18th century
Other style
From: 75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France

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    An oil on copper depicting a coat of arms, in its original gilt wood frame, highly crafted in one piece.

    A motto written in Latin: sola virtus honor.

    Italy, late 17th early 18th

    On a blue background a fleur-de-lis and two intertwining.
    The fleur-de-lys as presented (Three petals, one central, straight, accompanied on each side by a shorter petal and curved outwards) is a symbol of power, linked to royalty and French nobles, but may also end up in other countries.
    In heraldry, "true faith" often Christianity refers to two hands shaking each other. When the fabric of the sleeve is of a different enamel, it is said to be clothed.
    On a red background, a moon crossing in profile, the inner line of which is the profile of a human head.
    On a beige background a fawn attached to a tree. Probably a leopard, a lion or a fantastic animal of the order of the chimera.
    Finally on a light beige background, two pots without feet with a handle.

    Ref: M822PNJSDZ

    Condition Very good
    Style Other style (Art of Other style Style)
    Period 18th century (Art 18th century)
    Width (cm) 42
    Height (cm) 57
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 75006, Paris 6e Arrondissement, France
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