Doré Bronze Jewelry Casket by Tahan

  • This regal jewelry casket is the work of Jean-Pierre-Alexandre Tahan
  • Tahan was among the most famed craftsmen in Paris and cabinetmaker to Napoléon III
  • The entire box is crafted of exceptional doré bronze
  • Five porcelain plaques adorn the sides and the lid
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Item No. 30-9071

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Jean-Pierre-Alexandre Tahan, the cabinetmaker to Napoléon III, created this exquisite jewelry casket. The doré bronze form boasts rocaille form of golden, undulating curves and foliate elements that are meticulously chiseled and engraved. Porcelain plaques enameled with beautiful floral bouquets add a burst of color to this splendid vessel. 

Interior signed "TAHAN A PARIS"

Circa 1860

6 5/8" wide x 4 7/8" deep x 4" high
Doré Bronze Jewelry Casket by Tahan
Period: 19th Century
Origin: France
Type: Decorative Boxes
Depth: 4.88 Inches
Width: 6.63 Inches
Height: 4.0 Inches
Style: Baroque

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