1 October 2004
This lot is offered without a reserve
A CLICHY SIGNED 'BARBER'S POLE' CHEQUER WEIGHT*
SIGNED ON A SINGLE CANE WITH THE INITIAL 'C', MID-19TH CENTURY
The clear glass set with a central white and green rose within two rows of large assorted millefiori canes, including a white rose and an initial 'C' with serif composite cane at the periphery, divided by short lengths of red and white twisted ribbon entwined with white filigree, set on a bed of horizontal latticinio tubing
2¾ in. (7 cm.) diameter; 1¾ in. (4.5 cm.) high
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Compare The Henry Stern Collection, Christie's, New York, 24 September 1997, lot 109 for a Clichy signed blue and white barber's pole chequer weight, formerly in the collection of Maurice Lindon.
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