Vinegar cruet in vermeil (solid silver) from the Empire period, 1st rooster hallmark

1.700
19th century
Empire Style, Consulat
DELIVERY
From: 38000, Grenoble, France

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    Vinegar cruet in vermeil (solid gilded silver) from the Consulate period. Beautiful decor called return from Egypt with griffins, gryphon on an openwork terrace.

    The use of the 1st rooster hallmark makes it possible to reduce the manufacturing period to 1798-1809, and the goldsmith hallmark Louis Germain Leblond (an egret surmounted by a star) LGL, two hallmarks inscribed on July 21, 1808.

    Our vinegar cruet is a very fine example of refined silverware from the late 18th century / very early 19th century. It is a beautiful collector's item, all the more rare as it is in vermeil. It comes with two bottles - oil and vinegar - in Creusot crystal from the early 19th century, with their stoppers.

    Everything is in excellent condition, no dents or missing decorations, perfect bottles.

    Length: 23cm
    Width: 12cm
    Height: 31cm
    Silver net weight: 660g

    Ref: B6PUPK7D8Y

    Condition As new
    Style Empire Style, Consulat (Silver Shaped Pieces of Empire Style, Consulat Style)
    Period 19th century (Silver Shaped Pieces 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist Louis Germain Leblond
    Length (cm) 23cm
    Height (cm) 31cm
    Depth (cm) 12cm
    Weight (Kg) 0.660
    Materials Vermeil, Solid silver, Crystal
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 38000, Grenoble, France
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