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French Gilt-Silver Liqueur Service

Circa 1890


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A fine French gilt-silver and etched glass liquor service.

  • Comprising 4 liqueur bottles, 24 cups, 4 labels and a mirror set serving tray.
  • Decorated with pronounced beaded borders, laurel garlands and wrapped ribbons, the oval tray on four leaf-capped legs and mounted with two handles.
  • The four glass bottles are hand-etched with floral decorations and set with 4 silver-mounted stoppers, the four labels inscribed: cognac, chartreuse, curaçao and cherry-brandy.
  • Presented with 24 glass-mounted cups and richly gilded glass holders.
  • Hallmarked French Silver Minerva (950 standard), Paris, maker's mark MON ODIOT PREVOST ET CIE (Maison Odiot 1894–1906), bearing inventory numbers 4634.

La Maison Odiot, or House of Odiot, was founded in 1690 by Jean-Baptiste Gaspard Odiot, a fine silversmith during the reign of Louis XV. However, it was with his grandson, Jean Baptiste Claude Odiot (born in 1763) that the firm reached its peak of popularity, receiving exceptional commissions from Napoleon’s court and the most important royal families of the world.

Condition Report

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Like New

Gentle signs of use commensurate with age.

Overall excellent condition.


Height: 11.02 inches / 28 cm
Width: 18.9 inches / 48 cm
Depth: 13.39 inches / 34 cm


Sterling Silver, Etched Glass, Mirrored Glass


Louis XVI Style

Decorative Style

Neoclassical Style

Country of Origin


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