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Boin-Taburet Regence Style Vermeil Tea Service, 5
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French Regence Style Vermeil 950 Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Maison Boin-Taburet, Paris, ca. 1900; comprising a teapot, coffeepot, covered sugar, and milk pitcher, all of baluster-form, extensively engraved and chased with Louis XIV / Regence style strapwork designs in the manner of Jean Berain the Elder (French, 1640 - 1711), together with the matching shaped rectangular tray with gadrooned edges similarly gilded and engraved en suite, all pieces except tray with French Minerva marks for 950 to bases and flanges, the bases additionally struck "Boin-Taburet / A Paris" and with various pattern marks 80266 55 (coffee pot) 80211 55 (teapot), 80367 55 (covered sugar), 80368 55 (milk pitcher) and with various scratched inventory marks, the tray also bearing the Parisian retailers' mark of Henry et Fils. Weight: approximately 85.1 ozt (including handles, excluding tray); Tray: 23.5" L x 16.75" W; coffee pot: 9.5" H. Note: The firm of Boin-Taburet was established in 1873 by silversmith George Boin and his father-in-law, the jeweler, Emile Taburet. Boin-Taburet is credited with the revival in the 1880s of Louis XIV, Regence, and Louis XV-style silver, winning the Gold Medal at the1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris for their historicist work. Boin-Taburet existed until 1900, when, together with the silversmith Henry et Fils,George Boin created the firm of Boin Henry. The tray to this service has retailer's marks of Henry et Fils,indicating that the set may have passed in whole or in part through the stock of both firms.
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Boin-Taburet Regence Style Vermeil Tea Service, 5

Estimate $2,000 - $4,000
Oct 23, 2022
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Starting Price $1,400
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0031: Boin-Taburet Regence Style Vermeil Tea Service, 5
Sold for $2,7505 Bids
Est. $2,000 - $4,000Starting Price $1,400
New York City Estate Auction, October 23
Oct 23, 2022 12:00 PM EDT
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Lot 0031 Details
Description
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French Regence Style Vermeil 950 Silver Tea and Coffee Service, Maison Boin-Taburet, Paris, ca. 1900; comprising a teapot, coffeepot, covered sugar, and milk pitcher, all of baluster-form, extensively engraved and chased with Louis XIV / Regence style strapwork designs in the manner of Jean Berain the Elder (French, 1640 - 1711), together with the matching shaped rectangular tray with gadrooned edges similarly gilded and engraved en suite, all pieces except tray with French Minerva marks for 950 to bases and flanges, the bases additionally struck "Boin-Taburet / A Paris" and with various pattern marks 80266 55 (coffee pot) 80211 55 (teapot), 80367 55 (covered sugar), 80368 55 (milk pitcher) and with various scratched inventory marks, the tray also bearing the Parisian retailers' mark of Henry et Fils. Weight: approximately 85.1 ozt (including handles, excluding tray); Tray: 23.5" L x 16.75" W; coffee pot: 9.5" H. Note: The firm of Boin-Taburet was established in 1873 by silversmith George Boin and his father-in-law, the jeweler, Emile Taburet. Boin-Taburet is credited with the revival in the 1880s of Louis XIV, Regence, and Louis XV-style silver, winning the Gold Medal at the1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris for their historicist work. Boin-Taburet existed until 1900, when, together with the silversmith Henry et Fils,George Boin created the firm of Boin Henry. The tray to this service has retailer's marks of Henry et Fils,indicating that the set may have passed in whole or in part through the stock of both firms.
Condition
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Notice to bidders: The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition. Complete condition information is available by request, no later than 24 hours prior to the auction. All lots are offered and sold "as is", and Auctions at Showplace will not provide refunds based on condition. Timepiece movements, lighting and electrics have not been tested, and art has not been examined out of the frame unless otherwise stated. Auctions at Showplace does not provide any shipping or packing services. We happily provide a list of recommended shippers who can provide shipping quotes prior to bidding.
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