Jacques-Augustin Gandais. Silvered metal tea kettle. Louis-Philippe period

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Silvered metal tea fountain forming samovar or tea kettle. Stand burner richly adorned with shell, foliage and flower motifs resting on four small curved feet. Central alcohol burner. Large fluted teapot engraved with accolé coats of arms below a Marquess coronet supported by a lion and a greyhound. Foliage spout. Scroll and ebonized wood handle. Lid with flower finial.

Silversmith : Jacques-Augustin Gandais.

Louis-Philippe period.

Total height : 35cm (13-3/4in). – Length : 30cm (11-4/5in). – Width : 23cm (9-1/10in).

Jacque-Augustin Gandais, Silversmith at the court of the King of France, at the Palais-Royal, registered on October 10, 1834.
Unidentified accolé coats of arms.

Condition report : Minor wear to silvering.

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  • Items quantity:  1
  • Height in cm : 35 cm
  • Width in cm : 30 cm
  • Depth in cm : 23 cm
  • Expertissim Reference: 2015010537