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A glass bonbonniere with two-colour gold mounts, Pierre-Denis Chaumont, Paris, 1789-92

Estimate:

2,500

to
- 3,500 GBP

A glass bonbonniere with two-colour gold mounts, Pierre-Denis Chaumont, Paris, 1789-92

A glass bonbonniere with two-colour gold mounts, Pierre-Denis Chaumont, Paris, 1789-92

Estimate:

2,500

to
- 3,500 GBP

Lot sold:

8,190

GBP

A glass bonbonniere with two-colour gold mounts, Pierre-Denis Chaumont, Paris, 1789-92


circular, the lid enclosing a tremblant gold filigree flower bouquet centred with a rose, circa 1820/30, under a domed glass cover, the sides and base with chased acanthus borders, maker's mark on base only,illegible date letter, charge and discharge marks of J.J. Kalendrin

6.7cm. diameter

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An almost identical glass bonbonniere with a tremblant flower spray by Jean-François Morand, Paris, 1784/85, belongs to the collection of the State Hermitage in St. Petersburg (Olga ‎Kostiuk,‎ French Jewellery from the 18th and early 19th centuries, catalogue of the collection, State Hermitage St. Petersburg, 2012, no. 42, p. 119).