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Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century
Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century - Decorative Objects Style Napoléon III Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century - Napoléon III Antiquités - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century
Ref : 85178
6 500 €
Period :
19th century
Provenance :
French country
Medium :
Inlay brass and trotoiseshell, crystal
Dimensions :
l. 16.14 inch X H. 11.81 inch X P. 10.63 inch
Decorative Objects  - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century 19th century - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century Napoléon III - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century Antiquités - Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century
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Bohême crystal Tantalus Box in Boulle marquetry late 19th century

Cellar liquor Boulle marquetry exceptional
Napoleon III period
Work very fine marquetry,
based on 4 feets bronze
Plateau presentation is very nice,
Beautiful interior Baohême crystal colored with 4 decanters and 16 assorted glassware, (6 glasses with little cracks)
19th century crystal period napoléon III , 1 key
Dimensions : height : 30 cm width: 41 cm depth : 27 cm

Bohemian crystal Passage des Princes Paris
The history of the Passage des Princes is eventful. Built in 1860 and destroyed in 1985, it was finally rebuilt identically in 1995. Located a stone's throw from the Palais Garnier and the department stores, its architecture fits perfectly with the beautiful Haussmann buildings in the area.

Bohemian crystal is a variety of lead oxide glass, transparent and clear like rock crystal, color is then added.
Bohemian crystal owes its name to Bohemia, a historic region of the Czech Republic where it has been made for over eight centuries.
It is the lead that gives that beautiful iridescence and shine that contributes to its worldwide success. In fact, the higher the content, the greater the refraction of light when the glass is cut. So there are more sparks.
As for the colors, the Bohemian crystal was originally forest green. The earliest designs were often adorned with enamel or a subtle gold band. But with the evolution of manufacturing techniques, in the 19th century, Bohemian crystal became crystalline white, cobalt blue, red, pink and more ...

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Delivery France and worldwide by specialized carriers.

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French Tantalus Napoléon III