A FRENCH SILVER-GILT CONDIMENT SERVICE
A FRENCH SILVER-GILT CONDIMENT SERVICE

MARK OF MAISON ODIOT, PARIS, CIRCA 2000

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A FRENCH SILVER-GILT CONDIMENT SERVICE
MARK OF MAISON ODIOT, PARIS, CIRCA 2000
In the Empire style, after designs by Auguste Moreau and Adrien-Louise-Marie Cavelier, comprising:

Four sauce-boats, modelled after sauce-boats from the Madele Mèyer service, stands and liners, each on oblong base with four lion's paw feet, the oval bodies each supported on entwined dolphin stem, with demi-mermaid handle, each marked underneath, near rim and on liner, the base further struck with inventory numbers
10 ½ in. (56.6 cm.) high

Eight double salt-cellars, each on oblong base with four lion's paw feet, fitted with two standing classically-draped female figure holding a circular bowl, with central column handle with urn finial, marked underneath, on figures, baskets and stem, the bases further stamped with an inventory number
12 ¼ in. (30.5 cm.) high

Six mustard pots, modelled after mustard-pots in the Branicki service, each on oblong base with four lion's paws feet, fitted with kneeling classically-draped female figure, holding a covered urn forming the mustard pot, marked underneath, on plinth, figure, cover and liner, further stamped underneath with inventory numbers
5 ¾ in. (14.5 cm.) high
889 oz. 2 dwt. (27,656 gr.)

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