19th century LARGE SILVER AND CUT-CRYSTAL CONFITURIER,with 12 spoons. Restauration Period.
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Silver and cut-crystal confiturier decorated with geometrical patterns.The silver frame is adorned with laurel leaves and stylized palmettes. The handles are decorated with acanthus leaves, seeds and shells forming a cornucopia. Twelve vermeil spoons are organized around the sugar bowl and are held by a silver display. The removable lid is ringed with a spiraling frieze, and it is topped with a knob decorated with foliage and scrollwork.
The sugar bowl rests on a raised foot above a square base that is intricately sculpted with leaves. Four feet with foliage motifs support the set.
French silver marks
Head of Cérès 1819-1838.
Head of Old man:1819-1838
Silversmith: François-Julien DOYEN
Dim: W: 7,9 in ( 20 cm) - H: 9,1in.(24 cm)
Periode: Restauration. Circa 1830-1840.