Offered by Antiquités Garnier
Works of art from the 17th to the 19th century
The coolers were used to present the sorbets to the table, the lid was loaded with ice retained by the rim and the container also filled with ice contained the sorbet thus surrounded by cold.
These coolers are uncommon like all table coolers and recognizable by their particular shapes.
They come from the hard porcelain factory of the Duke of Orléans rue des Boulets and Amelot and date from the revolutionary period, the mark is an L and a P entwined, dark blue.
The decor is a seedling of flowers, the edges of the parts of these coolers are enhanced with threads and dotted with gold.
Good, only a crack on on top ( 3 cm x 0,5 cm visible on one of the pics).
height : 25 cm , diameter : 21 cmf
Delevery information :
Free deliveries worldwide, except in special cases (heavy weight or special conditions).
13 000 €