Period French silver plated vase is superbly designed in the French. Style with a lovely motif of chrysanthemums, favorite flower of the. Period in France and during the. When all things Japanese were in vogue.
In Search of Lost Time. , described chrysanthemums as a favorite flower of. One of the leading characters in the book. The vase is numbered 4703 and bears two makers marks.The first mark consists of the image of a rams head, the makers mark of the. At the end of the 1880s, the. Company was bought out by the. The second makers mark consists of the name. Above the image of a shield with a rooster. In Paris, as well as the mythic train, the. Were equipped with luxurious table settings of.
This piece is in very good condition with the exception of faint scratches and slight loss of silver plating giving it a lovely aged patina, all due to great age and use. Please refer to the detailed photos on this page. This handsome vase will be an excellent addition to you collection or a charming French touch to your decor.
Height: 8 1/4 inches (21 cm). Weight: 14.03 ounces 398 gr. For items weighing more than 4 ½ pounds (2 kg).
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We give the history of an object to the best of our abilities, but we may make mistakes. Please look at our photos. And see more beautiful examples of French silver. The item "Antique French Gallia Silver Plate Vase, Chrysanthemums, Art Nouveau Period" is in sale since Thursday, March 19, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Periods & Styles\Art Nouveau".
The seller is "jerrymartel" and is located in Paris. This item can be shipped worldwide.