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Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory
Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory - Objects of Vertu Style Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory - Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory -
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1 800 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Boissier
Provenance :
France, Paris
Medium :
Rose wood, enamels, chiseled and gilded bronze.
Dimensions :
L. 9.84 inch X H. 3.94 inch
Objects of Vertu  - Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory 19th century - Chocolate Box  of the 19th century from Boissier factory
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Chocolate Box of the 19th century from Boissier factory

Boissier was a very popular chocolatier since 1827 and besides this house still officiates.
He is credited with the invention of candy balls and candied chestnuts.
In addition to the beautiful packaging, he had cabinet makers make very beautiful boxes like this one.
This circular box stands on four bronze feet, the rosewood-plated belt is scalloped in waves and decorated with enamel plaques.
A beautiful bronze handle allows the box to be presented in an elegant way.
The corrugated lid has a ring glass to see the sweets, four bronze bridges carry in the center of the glass a plated disc decorated with an enamel plate.
The enamels are of a quality similar to Bresse enamels, an oven blue background surrounds a bouquet of roses painted in miniature.
Maison Boissier is engraved on the lock.

State:
Perfect state, clocks with his cute little key.
 
Dimensions:
diameter: 25 cm , height : 10 cm.

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