4 bowls solid silver Mercury silversmith Mellerio said Meller 628gr twentieth

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Series of 4 small bowls in solid silver, finely chiselled flowers on the catches, hallmark Mercure 1st title (punch of export) and silversmith Mellerion Meller * said in Paris, vintage early twentieth century.

These bowls are in good condition. Hallmarked and signed see photos.

A note: some tiny shocks and deformations, some scratches in the background, wear time, see photos.

* Mellerio said Meller

is a French jewelry house, founded in 1613, and still in business today. The first "Mellerio House" whose traces can be identified was founded in 1796, after the French Revolution. From the nineteenth century, this company became the supplier of kings and queens of France and other crowned heads of Europe. In the nineteenth century, it settles durably as one of the great jewelers of Europe. She works for Napoleon I, the Empress Josephine, and the Sisters of the Emperor, Pauline Borghese and Caroline Murat. Under the Second Empire, she notably provides Empress Eugenie and Princess Mathilde.

Data sheet

  • Diamètre 11,7 cm
  • Height 2,5 cm
  • Width max. 20 cm
  • Weight 628 grammes