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PROPERTY FROM THE BOURBON PARMA FAMILY

A French silver teapot, Martin-Guillaume Biennais, Paris, 1798-1809
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PROPERTY FROM THE BOURBON PARMA FAMILY

A French silver teapot, Martin-Guillaume Biennais, Paris, 1798-1809
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Details & Cataloguing

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A French silver teapot, Martin-Guillaume Biennais, Paris, 1798-1809
oval, with applied gadroon and anthemion borders, the otherwise plain body engraved on one side with the cypher C in monogram below a coronet, ivory finial to the flat hinged lid and handle, the underside numbered 17 and engraved XX
11.5cm., 4 1/2 in. high
560gr., 18oz. all in
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Catalogue Note

The cypher is that of Charles II, Duke of Bourbon-Parma (1799-1883).

The pair to this lot was sold Noblesse Oblige, Sotheby's London, 14 April 2011, lot 112

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