Place made: France
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Patey, A. __ __Jetton ||Unknown __ __Ashstray
In the inside of the bowl is a jetton with a scene of a forge wit two men, one standing on either side. Around the upper edge is an inscription "AERE. ARGENTO.AURO.FLANDO.FERIUNDO". Below is the...
A silver medal converted into a clip by mounting it inside a frame. The medal has a portrait bust in profile facing left of King Louis XVI of France. Around the rim is an inscription...
The shape is oval with straight sides. The front and back have each an oval medallion with a reeded frame and containing a chased flower head in the center surrounded by a chased wreath of roses....
The bowl is plain except for a slightly domed medallion in the bottom covered front and back with images and inscriptions including St. George and the Dragon and an elaborate coat of arms. The...
The bottom of the bowl is a silver coin of Louis XV dated 1726, much worn. The sides of the bowl are covered with gadrooning and indentations or bosses. The handle is in the form of two...
The bottom of the bowl is a coin of Henry III dated 1758, much worn. The sides of the bowl are covered with gadrooning and indentations and bosses. The handle is composed of two intertwined...
The bottom of the bowl is plain and domed. The sides have bunches of grapes and indentations and bosses on one side, and gadrooning on the other. The handle is in the shape of two intertwined...
In the bottom of the bowl is a head of Louis XVI in profile to the right in low relief. The rim is cast separately with ribbed ornament and a projecting handle shaped like a ring inside a wreath...
The bottom of each bowl on the inside is a medallion with the head of Louis XVI in profile facing right. On the outside a coat of arms with the inscription "JETON DES ETATS DE BRETAGNE 1774." The...
The bottom of each bowl onon the inside is a medallion with the head of Louis XVI in profile facing right. On the outside a coat of arms with the inscription "JETON DES ETATS DE BRETAGNE 1774."....
Late 19th c.
The plain handles are gilt. Two plain collars, crudely applied fasten the bowls to the handles. the narrow, deep bowls are covered with a dark blue glaze, at the edge an abstract leaf border in...