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Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809
Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809 - Antique Silver Style Empire Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809 - Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809 - Empire
Ref : 86445
1 250 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
Marc JACQUART
Provenance :
Paris, France
Medium :
Sterling silver, crystal
Dimensions :
L. 7.8 inch X H. 7.01 inch X P. 3.46 inch
Weight :
0.460 Kg
Antique Silver  - Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809 19th century - Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809
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Marc JACQUART goldsmith - Pair of Empire salt cellars, Paris 1798-1809

Superb pair of double salt cellars with six hind feet, eagle-head uprights and lyre-shaped grip.

Blue crystal glasses.

Hallmarks
• 1er coq Paris 1798-1809 (solid silver 950/1000).
• Vieillard 1er titre.
• Association des orfèvres mark.
• Goldsmith : "MJ une thyrse", for Marc JACQUART.


MARC JACQUART

Marc JACQUART is a Parisian silversmith who worked between 1794 and 1829. He specializes in beautiful and refined table silverware. Located at number 1 rue du Petit-Pont, in 1806 it moved into the prestigious Hôtel d'Aligre at number 123 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.


MUSEUMS AND PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

• METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS, NEW YORK, "Tray", silver, Paris, 1809-1819, inv. 38.12.5.
• METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS, NEW YORK, "Teapot", silver, mother-of-pearl, Paris, 1809-1819, inv. 38.12.2a, b.
• METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS, NEW YORK, "Coffeepot", silver, mother-of-pearl, Paris, 1809-1819, inv. 38.12.1.
• METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS, NEW YORK, "Milk jug", silver, mother-of-pearl, Paris, 1809-1819, inv. 38.12.3.
• METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ARTS, NEW YORK, "Hot water urn", silver, mother-of-pearl, Paris, 1809-1819, inv. 38.12.4a-g.
• MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS, PARIS, "Drageoir et présentoir", silver gilt, Paris, 1798, inv. 45813 A-B.
• MUSEE D’ART SACRE, DIJON, "Ostensoir", gilded silver, glass, stones, in a shaped leather case, Paris, 1798-1819, inv. 980.3.1.1 et 2.
• CATHEDRALE SAINT-ÉTIENNE, METZ, TRESOR, "Étui d’un évangéliaire", silver, precious stone, Paris, 1809-1819, classified as an historic monument on 11 May 2001.


BIBLIOGRAPHY

• BOIVIN Jean, "Les Anciens orfèvres français et leurs poinçons", Paris, 1925.
• DOUËT S. P., "Tableau des symboles de l’orfèvrerie de Paris", Paris, 1806.
• DRAPER James David, "The Arts under Napoleon", Yale University Press, 2013.
• PÉRON A., "Tableau fabricants en matières d’or, d’argent…", Paris, 1804.
• "Almanach du Commerce" 1805, 1806, 1813, 1815.
• "Almanach Azur" 1811 à 1822.
• "Archives de la Garantie", Paris, pl. d’insculp. n°2 et 15.

Baptiste Jamez

CATALOGUE

Antique Silver