28 November 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
A GROUP OF DECORATIVE HOUSEHOLD OBJECTS,
including: eleven Limoges circular boxes with hinged covers, each blue-printed mark of A. Raynaud & Cie.; two cache pots of oval lobed tapering form, three squat annular boxes and covers, three cylindrical jars and covers, two beaker-form cups, each with enameled floral decorations; four small rectangular ashtrays, retail mark of Hermes; a large rectangular ashtray; together with a cylindrical jar and cover and a blue glass and gilt bottle
The cache pot 7¼in. (18.4cm.) overall (21)
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Please note that this lot does not contain the jar and cover, but comprises 39, not 21, pieces.
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