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A CONTINENTAL SILVER WINE COOLER
PROPERTY OF A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COLLECTOR
A CONTINENTAL SILVER WINE COOLER

CIRCA 1900, PROBABLY HANAU

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A CONTINENTAL SILVER WINE COOLER
CIRCA 1900, PROBABLY HANAU
After a model by Meissonnier, with figural handles and a chased coat-of-arms on two sides, marked on footrim with spurious Paris marks
10 in. (25.4 cm.) high; 68 oz. 10 dwt. (2,136 gr.)

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Lot Essay

Based on a Meissonier engraving of 1723, another wine cooler of this model was sold from the Meyer de Schauensee Collection of French Silver, Christie's, New York, 18 April 1991, lot 1. A further example is illustrated by Jacques Helft in Nouveau Poinçons, Paris, 1980, p. 235.
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