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Elegant basin decorated with a frieze of water leaves, lined with a wide frieze of vine leaves, grapes and florets. The ewer, embellished with a superb swan, frequently used for "furniture" toilet, emphasizes the theme of water. A head of Bacchus, at the beginning of the cove, completes the theme of the vine.

This set, beautifully executed by Adolphe Boulenger, is directly inspired by the swan ewer and bowl delivered by Martin Guillaume Bienais for the Palais des Tuileries in 1802, now preserved in the Louvre.

- old man’s stamp 1st title of Paris.

- FAB punch used by Boulenger silversmith between 1810 and 1838.

The company was founded in Paris in 1810 by Mr Boulenger-Hautin, active until 1938, specializing in tableware.

In 1864, it was taken over by the nephew of the founder, Adolphe Boulenger and became «A.Boulenger & Cie» located 4 rue du Vert Bois in Paris.

His son, Charles Boulenger, took over after his father’s death in 1898 and the company became «Ch. Boulenger & Cie».

 

Superb state of conservation.

Dimensions:

Ewer

height: 13,2 inches

 

Basin

diameter: 11,6 inches

height: 3,15 inches

 

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Adolphe Boulenger: ewer and its silver basin, early 19th century

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  • DIMENSIONS

    Ewer

    height: 13,2 inches

     

    Basin

    diameter: 11,6 inches

    height: 3,15 inches
    hauteur: 8 cm

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