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A silver and crystal candy dish decorated with an openwork frieze depicting swans drinking from a fountain, rinceau and small flowers. Two rolled up stripes finely chiseled with branches form the handles, of which are suspended two twisted rings. The base of the drageoir is decorated with godrooned motives and a frieze of laurel leaves. The lid heightened with fine stripes is topped by a rose forming the plug. The basket rests on a high foot above a square base and four lions paws.
H:8.66in. (22 cm) / L: 5.51in. (14 cm) / l: 5.51in. (14 cm).
Title: 1er coq (roaster) 1798-1809
Garantee: old man 1798-1809
Period: First Empire.