A LARGE SILVER-GILT POT À OILLE, LINER AND COVER, MAISON ODIOT, PARIS, 1983-1992 | A large silver-gilt pot à oille, liner and cover, Maison Odiot, Paris, 1983-1992
70,000 - 100,000 EUR
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- Haut. 67 cm ; 26 1/4 in. high ; 17.024 g. ; 600,5 oz
on a circular base with a frieze of stylized foliage on a matted ground, the bowl supported on cast figures of Ceres, Bacchus and Vertumne and applied with a frieze of trailing vines and dolphins, with Bacchic female mask and double serpent handles, the domed cover with pomegranate finial
Christie's London, Robert de Balkany, Rome & the Côte d'Azur, 22-23 March 2017, lot 602
This soup-tureen has been made after the one created in 1817 by Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot after a design of Adrien-Louis-Marie Cavelier. It was part of a service delivered to Count Demidoff and now partly in the Louvre Museum with other pieces of this service (OA 12162-12165).