They feature central decorations: The Cup and Eleonore, in fact taken from the painting by Jean Louis Ducis, painted in 1812, exhibited at the Arenenbour castle in Switzerland and titled "The cup reading verses to Eleonore d'Este
Phèdre and Hipolite, Phèdre, daughter of the king of Crete Minos and Pasphaé, is in love with Hippolyte, son of Theseus.
He will be the only man admitted among the huntresses by Artemis and bending to his will he unleashes the anger of Aphrodite who casts a spell on him so that his father Theseus kills him.
The scere represents Phèdre imploring Hipolytte with his greyhound not to go hunting.
The marlis have a rich decoration in gold on a blue background, garlands of flowers, volutes and cornucopias.
There are reserves decorated with quivers, crowns, books and a royal crown on a cushion.
It has a number "JCH?" in a reserve of burnished gold decorated with palm leaves.
They are signed on the reverse of the manufactures:
-Rihouet, 7 rue de la paix, supplier to the king, installed in 1820 rue de Arbre Sec.
- Schoëlcher et fils, in 1798 Marc (1766-1832), a pupil of Locré Marc the father moved to 60 rue du faurbourg st Denis, his son victor to whom we owe the laws to abolish slavery, works with him until 1834.
Work from the restoration period around 1830, in excellent condition
diameter: 24 cm
7 000 €