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A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER-GILT ALTAR-CRUETS AND AN ASSOCIATED STAND
A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER-GILT ALTAR-CRUETS AND AN ASSOCIATED STAND

THE CRUETS MARK OF ALEXANDRE THIERRY, PARIS, 1819-1838, THE STAND PARIS, 1819-1838, MAKER'S MARK LF, PERHAPS FOR LOUIS FILLETTE

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A PAIR OF FRENCH SILVER-GILT ALTAR-CRUETS AND AN ASSOCIATED STAND
THE CRUETS MARK OF ALEXANDRE THIERRY, PARIS, 1819-1838, THE STAND PARIS, 1819-1838, MAKER'S MARK LF, PERHAPS FOR LOUIS FILLETTE
The cruets vase shaped, one with grapevine and grape cluster finial, the other with bullrushes and conch shell finial, the stand chased with fruiting vines and sprays of bulrushes, cruets each marked near rim and on cover, stand marked underneath
The stand 12 ¾ in. (30 cm.) wide
38 oz. 13 dwt, (1,204 gr.)
Provenance
The C. Ruxton and Audrey B. Love Collection; Christie's, New York, 19 October 2004, lot 149.

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