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Pair of French .950 Silver-Mounted Glass Compotes

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Pair of French .950 Silver-Mounted Glass Compotes

Lot 0207 Details

Description
Pair of French First Standard (.950) Silver-Mounted Cut Glass Compotes, first quarter 20th century, by Louis Bardary, fl. 1914-1919, Paris, each with a deep saucer-shaped colorless glass bowl cut with fluting, mounted in a silver rim and raised on a waisted foot, both decorated with shell-and-gadroon banding, h. 6-1/2", dia. 8-1/4".
Condition
In overall good condition. There is a small 1/8" dent on the rim of one compote, and the expected light surface wear throughout. No chips or cracks noted on the glass elements. The silver filled with plaster, which is intact with no crumbling. Each piece marked (on the top of the standard) with the French First Standard "Minerva" head and the "LB" maker's mark of Louis Bardary.
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Pair of French .950 Silver-Mounted Glass Compotes

Estimate $800 - $1,200
Mar 11, 2017
Starting Price $650
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0207: Pair of French .950 Silver-Mounted Glass Compotes

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Est. $800 - $1,200Starting Price $650
Important Two-Day Major Estates Sale: Day 1
Sat, Mar 11, 2017 11:00 AM
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Lot 0207 Details

Description
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Pair of French First Standard (.950) Silver-Mounted Cut Glass Compotes, first quarter 20th century, by Louis Bardary, fl. 1914-1919, Paris, each with a deep saucer-shaped colorless glass bowl cut with fluting, mounted in a silver rim and raised on a waisted foot, both decorated with shell-and-gadroon banding, h. 6-1/2", dia. 8-1/4".
Condition
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In overall good condition. There is a small 1/8" dent on the rim of one compote, and the expected light surface wear throughout. No chips or cracks noted on the glass elements. The silver filled with plaster, which is intact with no crumbling. Each piece marked (on the top of the standard) with the French First Standard "Minerva" head and the "LB" maker's mark of Louis Bardary.

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