Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840

This beautiful, all original 19th century twin handled chalice was produced in the France , circa 1840. This rare shaped dish would have been retailed in one of the upmarket boutiques of the Palais Royal shopping arcades of Paris. The chalice features extensive a circular alabaster base, extensive engraved ormolu details with two scrolling rope handles. This quality item will display excellently; you will have such fun choosing treasures to fill your chalice or even dangle from the handles!!

Measuring: Width 4 inch (10 cm) by height 2.75 inch (7 cm).

Condition: Minor 0.5 inch scratch the interior of the bowl, not a crack. The ormolu has dulled with age. The alabaster base has some surface wear as is so common with this soft material.


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ITEM ID
TA11870A
STYLE
Charles X, Louis Philippe, Victorian
COLOR
Gold, White
TYPE
Opaline Glass
ORIGIN
France • French
PURPOSE
Baskets, Candy Dish, Open Salts, Posy Holders, Souvenir, Vases, Urns
ITEM TYPE
Antique

Antique French Miniature Palais Royal Trinket Dish Chalice Circa 1840

$275

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