A Louis XV style French Silver Soup Tureen

A Louis XV style French Silver Soup Tureen

Robert Linzeler, Paris Circa 1890

Robert Linzeler was a Parisian Jeweller and silversmith who, amongst other works created many important sailing trophies in the early 20th century
Stylistically, this tureen owes its design to the masterworks of Pierre Germain from the mid 18th century & is an excellent example of the Rococo style.
It is a testament to his extraordinary workmanship and attention to detail that he succeeded Jules Piault, silversmith to Napoleon III, before forming a partnership with another French ...

Robert Linzeler, Paris Circa 1890

Robert Linzeler was a Parisian Jeweller and silversmith who, amongst other works created many important sailing trophies in the early 20th century
Stylistically, this tureen owes its design to the masterworks of Pierre Germain from the mid 18th century & is an excellent example of the Rococo style.
It is a testament to his extraordinary workmanship and attention to detail that he succeeded Jules Piault, silversmith to Napoleon III, before forming a partnership with another French

silversmith, Alexander Marchak, in 1922.

Prices exclude custom clearance fees which will be charged directly to the client by your receiving courier, importer or government.
£24,500
Reference

10162

Dimensions

Height 30 cm / 11 1316"
Width 44 cm / 1' 5 516"
Depth 33.5 cm / 1' 1 316"
Weight 6.7 kg (215.41 troy ozs)