Silver cruet stand (1819-1838) and crystal bottles


Silver cruet stand with chiselled baluster openwork vases with swan neck motifs, ribboned garlands, butterflies, interlacing and water leaf friezes. Central tall canted handle topped with an Egyptian’s head and swags and resting on a band support with anchor, paddle, shell swag and coronet motifs. Quadrangular openwork base with four lion-paw feet.

Marnes, 1819-1838.
Maker’s mark.

Height : 32cm (12.6in). - Width : 22cm (8.7in). – Depth : 11cm (4.3in).

Weight : 581.7g (18oz 14dwt).
Small accidents.

It reminds us of S.J. Dupezard’s work, Parisian Silversmith registered in 1809 until 1822. (maker’s mark SDJ).

Two diamond point cut-glass crystal burettes joined with two faceted stoppers and a cut-glass crystal bottle with drapery motifs and pear-shaped faceted stopper.

Height : 24cm (9.4in).
Height : 26cm (10.2in).

Provenance :

  • Item(s) quantity:  2
  • Expertissim Reference: 2014080392