Richly decorated with garlands of flowers. On the upper part there is an engraving of the form of a Deer figure.
The “Walking Lion” stamp is a stamp certifying the “sterling” standard of England (925 test). "HL CI" - John, Henry & Charles Lias London 1827/36 stamp of the manufacturer′s workshop.
Weight 3950 gr.
Diameter 18 cm, height 19 cm, weight about 1428 g.
Antique mid-19th Century French solid silver-gilt exceptional presentation tea cup. The silver is profusely decorated with flowers, laurel swags, bow ribbons and beaded boarders, the porcelain cup applied with royal blue glaze and gilded rim, the stunning set comes in its original presentation box. The top of the box and saucer decorated with a crown, undoubtedly this set was presented as a gift to a noble french family as perhaps a wedding gift.
Hallmarked French silver (950 standard, used 1838-present), Paris, Marks for Maison Odiot - Charles Nicolas Odiot (active 1827-1869), each base stamped "ODIOT A PARIS". Charles Nicolas Odiot inherited the direction of Odiot in 1827 and was purveyor of silverware by appointment to His Majesty the King Louis-Philippe and to the Royal Family of Orleans, excelling in the revived rocaille style.SIZES:
CUP: Height: 6.5cm, Width: 12 x 9cm
SAUCER: Height: 1cm, Width: 16.5cm
SPOON: Length: 15cm, Width: 3cm
Total Weight: 1250g
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