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TUMBLER FROM A DRESSING TABLE SET

Made by: Aucoc

On view in: Marjorie Post's Dressing Room


About this object

The silver surfaces of all pieces are chased with elaborate patterns of scrolls interspersed with shells, flowers, and acanthus leaves on a stippled ground. The upright pieces are topped by the crowned double-headed eagle of the Romanovs perched on an orb surmounted by the imperial crown. The bell, the tumbler, the candlestick, brush, mirror and tray all bear the applied imperial coat of arms instead of the imperial eagle in high relief.

Object name:
TUMBLER FROM A DRESSING TABLE SET
Made from:
Silver gilt
Made in:
Paris, France
Date made:
ca. 1849
Size:
4 × 3 5/8 in. (10.2 × 9.2 cm)

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
12.188.34
Class:
SILVER
Signature marks:
MARK; COAT OF ARMS AUCOC A.II on a rectangle; a lozenge with a cockerel above and the initials C A under- both maker's marks of Jean-Baptiste-Casimir Aucoc (1796-1865). Imperial coat of arms
Credit line:
Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973