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A French silver-gilt olive spoon, Gabriel Arthaud, Mirecourt, 1746-1754, within fitted red leather case
Estimate
2,5003,500
LOT SOLD. 9,000 EUR
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113
A French silver-gilt olive spoon, Gabriel Arthaud, Mirecourt, 1746-1754, within fitted red leather case
Estimate
2,5003,500
LOT SOLD. 9,000 EUR
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

De la collection du Prince Marc de Beauvau-Craon, Paris

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A French silver-gilt olive spoon, Gabriel Arthaud, Mirecourt, 1746-1754, within fitted red leather case
thread and shell pattern, engraved with female coat-of-arms within a lozenge both in the pierced part of the spoon and engraved on the handle
Length 26.5 cm, 103 g ; 10.2in, 3oz 6dwt
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Provenance

Previously in the Pierre Jourdan-Barry collection (Sotheby's Monaco 5 December 1992, nr 42)
then in the Karl Lagerfeld collection.

Literature

This spoon is illustrated in Claude Cassan, les Orfèvres de Lorraine et de Sedan, 1994, p. 135 and in La Collection Jourdan-Barry, Orfèvrerie Française, vol. II, galerie J. Kugel, 2005, p. 85.

Catalogue Note

The arms are those of Elisabeth Menne de Fussey, chanoinesse de l'illustre chapître de Sainte-Menne de Poussay, fille d'honneur of Her Royal Highness Madame (1726), doyenne du chapître (1780), daughter of Charles-Joseph François de Fussey, Marquess de Meneserre, chamberlain to the Duke Leopold of Lothringen.

De la collection du Prince Marc de Beauvau-Craon, Paris

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Paris