Silver-gilt tazza for 50th celebration for Alfred Werlé

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Silver-gilt and silver tazza atop multi-lobed base. Bearing the inscription CINQUANTENAIRE D'ALFRED WERLE (50th Celebration ...) in Gothic letters. Chiseled bow with grapevines. Base ornated with three oval medallions represeting the busts of Veuve Clicquot-Ponsardin, Edouard Werlé and Alfred Werlé as well as the inscription TOUT VIENT DU CIEL (Everything comes from heaven)

Master goldsmith : Adrien Hébrard, Paris

Circa 1900

Height : 13 cm (5-1/10 in.) - Diameter : 12,5 cm (5 in.)

Weight : 429 gr. (15 oz.)

Madame Veuve Clicquot (1777-1866), famous Chapampagne maker, was the first woman to head a champagne company. She handed down the business’s management to one of her collaborators Edouard Werlé (1801-1884). Count Alfred Werlé (1837-1907) then succeeded his father as head of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin company.

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  • Expertissim Reference: 2013091271