14 - 15 April 2011
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION (LOT 463)
This lot is offered without a reserve
A BACCARAT MOLDED AND CUT GLASS GOBLET
Set with two enamel and gilt foil medals, one centering a portrait bust of Henri IV and inscribed 'HENRI IV ROI DE FRAN. ET DE NA.,' the other with a crowned figure wearing armor inscribed 'L. M. INST. 1693'
6 in. (15.2 cm.) high
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See Paul Jokelson, Antique French Paperweights, 1995, p. 236, fig. B164 for a tumbler set with similar medallions, the first thought to be a Polish order for Ludov Miag inst. 1693 and the other for Henri IV King of France and Navarre.
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