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Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil
Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil - Antique Silver Style Napoléon III Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil - Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil - Napoléon III Antiquités - Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil
Ref : 92313
85 000 €
Period :
19th century
Artist :
BOIN TABURET
Provenance :
France/Paris
Medium :
Sterling silver 950 porcelan, mirror
Dimensions :
L. 33.07 inch X l. 23.62 inch X H. 15.75 inch
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Emmanuel Redon Silver Fine Art

Silverware and Silversmith of the 19th and 20th centuries


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Orfèvre BOIN TABURET - surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil

Elegant surtout de table in finely chiseled vermeil. Composed of a large tray, covered with a mirror, circled by balustrades surmounted by covered urns along four small removable basins. It opens onto two stairs flanked with dolphins, and, on the sides, on two fountains with mascaron amidst rushes. An open pagoda, with leafy uprights and an openwork roof, completes this surtout de table, and includes in its center a musician in Meissen porcelain. This surtout de table, evoking a miniature garden and mixing elements of classical and oriental architecture, perfectly illustrates the taste of the 18th and 19th centuries for "folies", these sometimes extravagant constructions adorning the parks in the form of temples, caves or pavilions intended to receive its guests in a more intimate way.

Dimensions : Height : 40 cm (15,7 in.) , Length : 84 cm (33 in.) ; Width : 60 cm (23,6 in.)

Matières : Vermeil, Mirror, Porcelain

Poinçon : MINERVE

Epoque : End of the 19th Century

Signature Orfèvre : BOIN TABURET à PARIS

BIOGRAPHY The two French goldsmiths George Boin and his son-in-law Emile Taburet created around 1875 in Paris the company Boin-Taburet. They made many silver pieces inspired by the beautiful services of the eighteenth century. At the Paris Universal Exhibition of 1878, Georges Boin presented a “service de toilette” inspired by the work of François-Thomas Germain (1726-1791), and then at the Universal Exhibition of 1889, several epergnes, including one of them executed after drawings by the famous artist Juste-Aurèle Meissonier (1695-1750), as well as tea sets of Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI styles. Boin-Taburet firm also exhibited a tureen and platter after Pierre Germain’s one (1645-1684) for the Jockey Club, located then on Scribe street in Paris in 1863. Through its lavish events to various international shows, Boin-Taburet company contributed to the revival styles of the eighteenth century.

Delevery information :

DELIVERY: regarding the shipping, we can agree on a price including shipping and insurance
Only import taxes applicable in each country are payable by the consignee.
Packaging and transport monitoring are provided by professional carriers spezialised in works of art.

Transport takes place as follows:
1/ A descriptive invoice of the piece is sent to you by e-mail with the address of the carrier.
2/As soon as we have received the transfer of the full payment of the purchase , the shipping is launched and you are informed of the time of delivery.
3/Upon receipt of the package, you must check the condition of the piece and advice the carrier making the delivery to make use of insurance in case of any damage during the travel : without this process, the insurance can not be activated. Evidently, all our pieces always arrive in perfect condition but it is preferable to follow this approach.

Emmanuel Redon Silver Fine Art

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Antique Silver