On four foliate scrolling feet, the oval and bombée-shaped tureen chased with gadroons on matted ground, centred by bunched acanthus leaves with shell terminal, and applied with two scrolling foliate handles; the cover with rocaille motifs and raised finial shaped as a coat-of-arms for the earls Hirsch held by two rearing deers holding a crowned shield; the stand similarly gadrooned with shield-shaped side handles. Engraved in the cover: "Donné le 28 juin 1880 par Henriette de Jonathan de Bischoffschen".
Length of tureen: 52 cm. ; Length of stand: 54 cm.
Total weight: 8306 gr.
Medium: First silver standard.
Hallmarks: Minerve and maker's mark.
Stamp: ODIOT A PARIS 122 on underside of tureen and ODIOT A PARIS 123 on underside of stand.
Period: circa 1880.
Silversmith : GUSTAVE ODIOT
Origin: France, Paris.
Henriette (Goldsmidt) Bischoffheim.
Models by Jacques Roettiers (1707-1784)
Tureen by François-Thomas Germain, Paris, 1757 (Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon)
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