A French silver-gilt necessaire de voyage
A French silver-gilt necessaire de voyage

MAKER'S MARK OF PIERRE-NOËL BLAQUIÈRE, PARIS, 1809-1819

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A French silver-gilt necessaire de voyage
Maker's mark of Pierre-Noël Blaquière, Paris, 1809-1819
Comprising a silver-gilt travelling candlestick, small teapot, baluster shaped cream-jug, jar and cover, lacking handle, each with palmette borders, and two small cut-glass jars, a tea-caddy, four various bottles and two inkpots, each with silver-gilt cover, together with a green and gilt painted porcelain saucer, six various gilt-mounted mother-of-pearl fittings and a gold thimble, marked on teapot, cream-jug, jar, candlesticks, covers and thimble, all in brass-bound burr-walnut veneered wood-case, the cover inset with shield-shaped cartouche, lock-plate lacking
the case 12¾in. (32.5cm.) long
gross 16ozs. (503gr.)

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