Pewter tulip-shaped beaker. Paris, 18th Century

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Pewter “tulip”-shaped beaker, small pedestal with gadroons, fully engraved with a village, stag and running dog.

Guild mark « à la navicelle » used after 1763 and maker’s mark of Claude Anteaume, master status in 1743 : C.A crowned / P.

Paris, between 1763 and circa 1780

Height : 12 cm (4-3/4 in.)

Very fine condition

Commentary:
These objects were often called “Timbales à coco” because they were used sometimes by Parisian walking water merchants who often flavored the drinks.

Provenance :

  • Items quantity:  1
  • Expertissim Reference: 2013100611