PARIS 1798 - 1809 A pair of silver glass... - Lot 21 - Ader

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PARIS 1798 - 1809 A pair of silver glass... - Lot 21 - Ader
PARIS 1798 - 1809 A pair of silver glass canopies with the first title, the silvered metal linings from the end of the 19th century, stamped ODIOT RECIPON et Cie and bearing the model number 8480. Of oval form, they stand on four claw feet surmounted by winged half-sphinxes arranged between two plain bands. The upper part is composed of openwork shells in an undulating movement resting on a garland of laurels alternating with flowers. The two handles with lanceolate leaf attachments are placed under the laurel band. Goldsmith : Jean-Baptiste-Claude ODIOT, received in 1788, inscribed in 1798 Net weight : 3417,5 g - length : 35,2 cm - width : 25,3 cm - height : 12,5 cm Louis-Philippe, duke of Orleans, king of the French in 1830, inherited in 1821 from his mother : Louise Adélaïde de Bourbon Penthièvre the service bearing the same name, composed of 283 pieces Jean-Baptiste-Claude ODIOT will complete this service and will affix the Orléans coat of arms in appliqué or engraved at the request of Louis Philippe.
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