A LOUIS XV SILVER-MOUNTED JAPANESE IMARI MUSTARD-POT
PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF BARONESS CARMEN THYSSEN-BORNEMISZA (LOTS 57 & 109-127)
A LOUIS XV SILVER-MOUNTED JAPANESE IMARI MUSTARD-POT

THE SILVER MOUNTS PARIS, 1717-1722, THE PORCELAIN EDO PERIOD

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A LOUIS XV SILVER-MOUNTED JAPANESE IMARI MUSTARD-POT
THE SILVER MOUNTS PARIS, 1717-1722, THE PORCELAIN EDO PERIOD
Tapering cylindrical and on spreading foot, the foot and rim each with milled borders, the porcelain painted with prunus flowers in red and blue and highlighted with gilt, the hinged cover with scroll thumbpiece, marked on foot rim, stem, handle, spout and cover mount with décharge of Étienne de Bouges, Charles Yvon, Armand Pillavoine and Charles Cordier
5 ½ in. (14 in.) high
Provenance
David David-Weill (1871-1952), Neuilly-sur-Seine.
D. David-Weill; Paris, palais Galliera, 4 June 1971, lot 87H (with stand).

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