perfume burner (1774-5), acquired by Marie-Antoinette in 1782 (c) the Wallace Collection)

Perfume Burner, attributed to Pierre Gouthiere, Francois-Joseph Belanger and Augustin Bocciardia,

1753 Italian (Turin) Inkstand at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - This inkstand does not just have an inkwell, but also includes a small shaker for sand, which would have been sprinkled on a newly-written text to help the ink dry more quickly.

Inkstand, ca. Italy, probably by Andrea Boucheron. Coat of arms of the House of Savoy is engraved on the stand beneath the bell. It is presumably one of the many inkstands Boucheron is recorded as having made for the royal family.

"A tureen designed by Juste-Aurele Meissonnier and made by Pierre-Francois Bonnestrenee and Henrey Adnet in 1735-1740. The forms, while intended as representational, are fantastic and strangely digital. " (SEE MY 18th Century Who's Who board for more information on Meissonier) ~ Leah Marie Brown

A silver tureen designed by Juste-Aurele Meissonnier, made by Pierre-Francois Bonnestrenee and Henrey Adnet,

A pair of gilt-bronze mounted mottled brown marble lidded urns Louis XVI, circa 1775, the mounts attributed to Pierre Gouthière | Lot | Sotheby's

A pair of gilt-bronze mounted mottled brown marble lidded urns Louis XVI, circa the mounts attributed to Pierre Gouthière

Bronze doré embellished vases from the grand salon of Mesdames at Bellevue, 1780's by Pierre Gouthiere (1732-1813)

Gods and Foolish Grandeur: Objects in bronze doré from the grand salon of Mesdames at Bellevue

Rococo | Silver | Designed by Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier (French, 1695–1750) Made by Henri-Guillaume Adnet (French, 1638–1745) and François Bonnestrenne (French, 1682–after 1740)

A silver soup tureen wrought in the form of a shell with a fluted lid covered with realistic putti, crayfish and vegetables, circa .

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Candélabre, Juste-Aurèle Meissonnier et Claude Duvivier (v.


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