Louis XVI style inkwell in Sèvres porcelain and gilt bronze of rectangular shape
rectangular shape, decorated on each side with three plates of garlands, crowns and
garlands, wreaths and bunches of flowers in a white cartouche
on a green and gold background.
The corners are decorated with acanthus leaves and finely chiseled foliage.
The top presents two inkwells with chiseled lids of acanthus leaves and
and a leafy button forming a catch. (Glass cups in perfect condition.)
Parisian work in very good condition.
A similar model of the 18th century period was sold at Christie's on December 1, 2016 from the gallery Jacob Strodel - Amsterdam in 1984.
Sale 13338, the French taste.
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1 250 €