Small silver baluster vase vermeil Minerva goldsmith Boin-Taburet 121gr XIXth

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Small baluster-shaped vase in ruddy silver, finely chiseled, decorated with vegetable garlands and stylized friezes, Minerva hallmark (1st title) and Boin-Taburet * goldsmith, late 19th century.

This vase is in good condition. Hallmarked see photos.

A note: some small shocks and dents (see red arrows), some scratches (especially on the bottom) and wear of time, see photos.

* Maison Boin-Taburet:

Emile Taburet, jeweler, exhibited in 1880 at the UCAD exhibition, "metal". His hallmark was crossed out in 1881. He joined his son-in-law, Georges Boin antiquaire, under the name "Boin-Taburet" around 1880. Together, they exhibited at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1889. In 1900, Georges Boin is associated with the goldsmith Henry, under the name "Boin et Henry silversmiths". In 1906, at the Milan International Exhibition, the house appeared under the name "Henry Frères et Cie", 3 rue Pasquier in Paris. In 1936, the house became "Henry et Fils".
(See Decorative Arts website)

Data sheet

  • Diamètre col 4,8 cm / max. 6 cm
  • Height 12 cm
  • Weight 121 grammes