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A French Turn-of-the-Century Neo Classical st. sterling silver saucier by Maison Odiot

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A beautiful and most elegant French Turn-of-the-Century Neo Classical st. sterling silver saucier, stamped PR - Maison ODIOT PRÉVOST & Cie. The saucier, with two original inserts, has an oval shaped base with a beautiful and richly chased wrap around... — Read More

  • Item # 9909
  • H: 7.5 in L: 10.25 in D: 6.5 in

    H: 19 cm L: 26 cm D: 17 cm

  • France
  • Turn-of-the-Century
  • Sterling Silver
  • Neo-Classical st. Read More
  • (Neo-Classical st.) - One of the top design styles in modern interiors is Neo-Classical. Developed in the 18th century, artists of this time sought to move away from the abundance of decoration saw in the Rococo style and shift towards a more restrained and moderate style. As a result of this, excessive ornamentation was left behind with the new focus being on symmetry and minimalism. Architectural elements like columns and cornices were now the star of the show and were paired with linear furniture to showcase the beauty of the architecture. The Neo-Classical decorating style is modest and chic, with decorative pieces being strategically placed with moldings and cornices being the finishing touch. Tall walls, large expansive windows, and columns are key features of any Neo-Classical design.
  • Maison Odiot Read More
  • Maison Odiot was founded in 1690 Paris by Jean-Baptiste-Gaspard Odiot. His grandson Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot (1763-1850) became master in 1785. Following the retirement of silversmith Henri Auguste in 1809, Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot became purveyor to the Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte. His son Charles-Nicolas took over in 1823 and became purveyor by appointment to King Louis-Philippe and the Orléans family. His son Jean-Baptiste-Gustave Odiot, registered his mark on 31 October 1865. Between 1894 and 1906 Gustave Odiot was associated with Emile Prévost and Paul Edouard Récipon. They introduced the maker’s mark: "PR”, above an antique lamp and “Cie" below. The Odiot family managed the firm during more than two centuries from 1690 until 1906.
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A French Turn-of-the-Century Neo Classical st. sterling silver saucier by Maison Odiot

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