Boin-Taburet a Paris, A pair of French silver four-light candelabra in the style of Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere, Paris

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Boin-Taburet a Paris, act. 1873 - 1900
Ref. no   375
950 standard silver.

Marked with maker’s mark and French assay mark for Paris - the head of Minerva with cypher 1 indicating silver fineness.

Dimensions:   49.00 x 16.00 x 15.00 cm
Weight:   5032.00 g
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      A pair of French silver four-light candelabra in the style of Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere, Paris

      A pair of French silver four-light candelabra in the style of Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere, Paris, ok. 1890

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    Description:

    Boin Taburet was established in Paris in 1873 by a silversmith, antique dealer  and collector Georges Boin and his father in law, Emile Taburet. The firm made its first success winning a bronze medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1878. Due to the Georges Boin’s interest in Louis XV style silver-work and French XVIIIth c. jewellery the firm offered pieces mainly in the style developed by Parisian artists of the rococo period, silversmith Pierre Germain and architect and designer Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere. Today Boin Taburet is credited for the revival of the rococo style in the late XIXth century and the quality of their work won them a gold medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1889.

    The company operated until 1900.

    Bibliography:

    Cartier-Stone, Isabelle, Emmanuel Redon Fine Art. Silver, Arts Decoratifs des XIX et XX siecles,
    Paris 2014, s. 54-57.
    Flemming John, Hugh Honour, The Pengiun Dictionary of Decorative Arts, London 1977, p. 524-525.
    Markezana, Y., Les poinçons français d or, d argent, de platine de 1275 à nos jours, Turin 2005, p.
    102.

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    Very good.
    A pair of French silver four-light candelabra in the style of Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere, Paris <p>Boin Taburet was established in Paris in 1873 by a silversmith, antique dealer  and collector Georges Boin and his father in law, Emile Taburet. The firm made its first success winning a bronze medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1878. Due to the Georges Boin’s interest in Louis XV style silver-work and French XVIIIth c. jewellery the firm offered pieces mainly in the style developed by Parisian artists of the rococo period, silversmith Pierre Germain and architect and designer Juste-Aurèle Meissonniere. Today Boin Taburet is credited for the revival of the rococo style in the late XIXth century and the quality of their work won them a gold medal at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1889.</p> <p>The company operated until 1900.</p>
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