22 May 2008
This lot is offered without a reserve
Jean-Guillaume Moitte (Paris 1746-1810)
Design for a jug with a ram's head handle
With inscription 'no. 1.'
black lead, pen and grey ink, grey wash
12 x 9¾ in. (30.7 x 25 cm.)
Henri Auguste, until 1810.
J.B.C. Odiot, his studio stamp and number '102'.
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C. Fregnac, Les Grands Orfèvres de Louis XIII à Charles X, Paris, 1965, p. 261
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