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18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere
18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere - Objects of Vertu Style Louis XVI 18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere - 18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere - Louis XVI Antiquités - 18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere
Ref : 101293
33 000 €
Period :
18th century
Artist :
Frères Souchet
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Gold enamel
Dimensions :
H. 0.98 inch | Ø 2.95 inch
Weight :
0.143 Kg
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18th century gold and enamel bonbonniere

A gold and enamel bonbonniere with a miniature on ivory representing a young lady of quality with long hair held back by a blue headband, in a neckline underlined by a veil. This is surrounded by concentric circles, one of which is set with old-cut diamonds, and the other with a border of green enamel leaves.The perimeter is covered with blue reserves in white framing nets. They are punctuated with green enamel cups.The guilloche base is covered with a translucent blue enamel decorated with pastilles.
Period: 18th century.
Weight: 143,4 g
Title: Bull 1819-1838
Guarantee: Sardanapalus 1819-1838.
Master goldsmith L.T for Louis Tronquoy.
Louis-François, son of Jean-François Tronquoy and Louise Ferdinande Morin, was born on 20 May 1798 at 639 rue des 4 vents, 11th arrondissement, Paris. On 4 January 1827, he was registered at 8 rue des Prouvaires, probably taking over the business and premises of goldsmith Simon-Achille Léger. Tronquoy continued to work at the same address until 28 June 1871.

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