29 November 2007
A FRENCH SILVER-GILT SOUP TUREEN, COVER AND LINER
MARK OF BOUDET, PARIS, CIRCA 1900
Shaped oval and on four leaf-capped scroll feet, the side applied with oak leaf and acorn swags centring vacant cartouches and with leaf and mask handles, the domed cover applied with foliage and shells and with a military trophy finial, marked under tureen, on handles, under liner, on cover bezel and on finial, the liner further stamped 'Boudet Bd des Capucines 43 Paris'
19½ in. (49.5 cm.) wide
292 oz. (9,076 gr.)
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