Important cabaret (cellar for liqueurs) in sterling silver, Empire style, period of Restoration.
Three carafes (and their caps), probably original, in cut crystal, rest on a circular plate decorated with pearls, supported by three small clawed feet.
The central catch is finely chiselled with palmettes in its base and decorated with gadroons for the shrike.
Paris, first title, 1819-1838
Louis Legay, hallmarked in 1810
We join there three silver labels for liqueur.
Delevery information :
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