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15 articles taggés "silverware"
Pia Hofmann Piard: A Taste for Odiot
Pia Hofmann Piard, CEO of the famous company founded in 1690, invites us to Odiot's table, which gives a modern slant to a certain lifestyle.
Emmanuel Redon, a Key Figure of the French Flea Market
For twenty years, Emmanuel Redon has been selling 19th- and 20th-century formal decorative silverware at the Marché Biron. More than a dealer, he has…
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The Odiot Company
Part of the silversmith aristocracy, Odiot was supplier to the Europe's leading courts, and its most outstanding achievements sometimes top the €200,000…
The Biron Collection: A Sound Taste for the 18th Century
Renée and Louis Biron's collection achieved a splendid €1 M, led by a fine portrait of Houdon by Restout and a rare group of silverware featuring regional…
Inspired Decorative Arts from "Rousseau" Service to A.-J.M. Vachette Box
A fine selection of furniture, tableware and curios with a focus on 19 th -century faience, as well as tables and a gold box from the 18th century.…
Marcel Sztejnberg: A Collection that Reads like an Encyclopedia of French Silverwork
This collection devotedly assembled over many years has a wealth of assets in terms of the range of pieces and jurisdictions, the legibility and identification…
Silverwork Sets the Table
Marcel Sztejnberg’s silverware collection received just recognition for a noble, beautiful passion, as well as a preemption.
Claude Dargent: Master of Silverware
An 18 th -century Parisian silver shaker scattered its blessings on a sale devoted to silverware.
A Fine Home for the Duchesse d'Aumale's Toiletry Set
This crystal and vermeil travel kit by Aucoc ended its journey with a preemption by the Château of Chantilly.
Pavel Ovchinnikov's Tea Box for a Tsar
Russian goldsmith Pavel Ovchinnikov stood out alongside glassmaker René Lalique.
The Bernard De Leye Collection: The Quest for the Exceptional
“Objects do not belong to you,” says Bernard De Leye. “They are just passing through.” The time has come for the Belgian antique dealer and former…
An Art Nouveau Snail for MAD in Paris
Good things are worth the wait. This quirky teapot adorned with a snail joins the collections of the Paris Museum of Decorative Arts (MAD).
A Dazzling Louis XVI Era Sword
A marvel of silver craftsmanship adorned with diamonds, this weapon harks back to the splendor of Louis XVI's reign.
Buddhist Serenity and European Silver
The Hôtel Drouot Reopens for the Season with the “Oeuvres Choisies”
The opening of the Drouot season is marked by "Oeuvres Choisies", on view from September 21 – 23 in Room 9, a particularly sumptuous selection of aristocratic…
Success for Inaugural Edition of Eye of the Collector
The Marcel Sztejnberg Collection: Sculpture and Silverware
The Virtuosity of Flemish Manuscript Illuminators Radiates in this Salisbury Book of Hours
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