Superb silver table center planter and its lining with openwork decoration of foliage channels, the architectural uprights decorated with acanthus, ribbons and laurel wreaths, the edges with friezes of ribboned nets. It rests on four arched winding feet.
Complete with its silver brass lining.
- French "Minerve 1er titre" (solid silver 950/1000).
- Master goldsmith.
- Chiseled signature in full: L. LAPAR in English letters.
Frame weight: 816g.
Very good condition. Some wear of use at the bottom of the lining.
Léon LAPAR was a goldsmith in Paris from 1878 to 1897. He succeeded the TÉTARD house. His son-in-law, Georges FOUQUET-LAPAR succeeded him in 1897 and change the name of the company into FOUQUET-LAPAR.
2 500 €