French silversmith Gaston Praquin created this delightful liqueur bottle with glasses between 1900-1913. Condition of the glassware is superb. The glass bottle and glasses in perfect condition. Each decorated in rocailles style gold plated sterling silver. The set comes with the original presentation box which is not is perfect condition; but it preserves the value of the set as an antique. The glass is etched with lattices and rocailles, perfectly beautiful, seamlessly blending the styling of the pieces. A lovely gift idea as well as a special treat for yourself for your many accomplishments.
Marks: The bottle is marked with the Minerve 1st titre, the French guarantee for .950 parts silver, and the maker's punch for Gaston Praquin active in Paris 1900-1913. The liqueur glasses bear the tete sanglier, the French guarantee for small items of at least .800 parts silver and the maker's punch for gaston Praquin. The maker's punch on the bottle is harder to make out.
Dimensions: The liqueur glasses are 1.5" tall and 1.5" diameter. The bottle is 7.25" tall, 1.5" wide. The stopper is 2.25" tall and 1.25" wide.
Item ID: bj99
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