GOLD AND ENAMEL BONBONNIERE.
LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH CRAFSMANSHIP.

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GOLD AND ENAMEL BONBONNIERE.<br/>
LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH CRAFSMANSHIP.
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Circular, gold and enamel bonbonnière, or candy dish. The opaque, white enamel is inlaid with a polka dot pattern, and the box is framed with bands of gold and raised gold beading. The removable lid features a central, gold medallion that is embellished with a five-leaved flower and gold bead accents. Ht: 1 in / Dia: 2.3 in. Weight: 2.8 oz Charge mark: Henri Clavel (1781-1783) Guarantee mark: Crowned P for Paris, 1782 Master goldsmith: Jean Nicolas Pique, accredited in 1780. Price: 7700€ REF: 7332


GOLD AND ENAMEL BONBONNIERE.
LATE 18TH CENTURY FRENCH CRAFSMANSHIP.