PARIS 1728 - 1729 Rare silver ewer standing... - Lot 50 - Ader

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PARIS 1728 - 1729 Rare silver ewer standing... - Lot 50 - Ader
PARIS 1728 - 1729 Rare silver ewer standing on a pedestal molded with oves in recall on the edge of the hinged lid. The body, of baluster form, receives appliques of reeds and lambrequins on amatized bottom in alternation, delimited by a threaded rush in recall on the high part. A Regency-inspired engraving on an amati background decorates the top of the rim, the stave of the lid and the edge of the ewer. The spout shows a woman's head wearing a feathered headdress finished with a pompom. The handle, with a double curve, bordered with ovals on both sides, is topped by a woman's head in the round, whose hair is extended in crosses. The seed is a flower in full bloom. Master goldsmith : Etienne-Hème MAISONROUGE, received in 1722 Weight : 1180 g - height : 26,5 cm References : A ewer with sides of the same inspiration dating from 1722 is in the collections of the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris, a second one is referenced in the Faith DENNIS under the number 103, dating from 1729 - 1730, see also the one which appears in the collections JOURDAN BARRY
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