Vinegar Cruet, House Odiot, XIXth Century

Rare sterling silver pickle cruet-rich floral decoration, staples feuillagées, shells, feet and palms windings, florets, arms of alliance.

Work of the ODIOT House in Paris,
Punches: Minerva MO (O: an antique lamp on) -
Weight: 1.144 g

Measures: High. 34 cm. Width. 20 cm.
length. 31 cm

Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot (1763–1850) was a French silversmith working in a neoclassical style.
Among the most prominent commissions received by Odiot, was the Cradle of the King of Rome, a wood, bronze and silver gilt cradle given as a gift by the city of Paris to Napoleon and his wife empress Marie-Louise, on the birth of their son Napoleon II.

Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot (1763–1850) contributed to its making along with silversmith Pierre-Philippe Thomire (1751–1843) and is signed on two of the feet: Odiot et Thomire and Thomire et Odiot. It is in the Louvre today.

Certificate of origin and authenticity

Sergio Schina
Antique dealer in Italy - Florence

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Price: � 2200

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