17 - 18 July 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A FRENCH SILVER CONDIMENT SET
MARK OF ODIOT, PARIS, CIRCA 1890
Navette form, on three leaf-clad scroll feet, with reeded border and upswept leaf handles set with three circular pots with open work grapevine and hinged scalloped shell-decorated covers, two with swirl-cut glass liners, marked under base, each pot and cover
12 in. (30.5 cm.) long; 42 oz.
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