Goldsmiths Gallia and Cristalleries de Saint Louis : oil and vinegar cruet, early XXth century, 24cm long
The frame, made of a metal alloy imitating silver, bears on the reverse the hallmark of the rooster "orfèvrerie Gallia"; this designation is that of Alfénide, a metal alloy imitating silver developed by the Halphen brothers in 1850, and whose manufacture was bought in 1880 by Christofle who renamed its production.
The crystal bottles, topped with their original stoppers (numbering engraved under the stoppers and under the bottles) still bear the original label of the Cristalleries de Saint Louis.
nice condition, no shock or deformation of the frame, bottles and stoppers in perfect condition too
|Style||Second Empire style, Napoleon III style (Shaped Pieces of Second Empire style, Napoleon III style Style)|
|Century||20th century (Shaped Pieces 20th century)|
|Country of origin||France|
|Materials||Silver plated metal, Crystal|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days|
|Location||34070, Montpellier, France|
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