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Two French Silver Sugar Bowls and Covers With Associated Stands, Paris, 1770-1783
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
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83
Two French Silver Sugar Bowls and Covers With Associated Stands, Paris, 1770-1783
Estimate
3,0005,000
LOT SOLD. 2,500 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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Two French Silver Sugar Bowls and Covers With Associated Stands, Paris, 1770-1783
the first spirally fluted, bowl engraved with arms, with leafy branch handles and strawberry cluster finial, the stand on four openwork scroll supports headed by shells, engraved with different arms, bowl Jean-Joseph Baudet, Paris, 1777, stand Alexandre du Roussy, Paris, 1783; the second of inverted pear form chased with swags, celery stalk handles, strawberry cluster finial, the stand shaped circular engraved with arms and on openwork scroll supports, the cover by Vincent Breant, Paris, 1770, bowl probably by the same, marks not clear, also stamped with later Minerva head, stand by Alexandre du Roussy, Paris, 1777
diameter of largest stand 8in.
20.2cm
45oz 4dwt
1406g
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Catalogue Note

A Louis XVI sugar bowl and stand of this model by de Roussy, 1777, are in the Wentworth collection at the Metropolitan Museum, see Dennis no. 305, p. 206.

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