19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin

 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin

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 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin
 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin
 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin
 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin
 19th Century French First Standard Silver Tastevin

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A very attractive late 19th century first standard (950/1000 pure silver) wine taster by Parisian silversmith Louis Coignet. The tastevin is decorated in the Bourgogne style with an applied handle in snake form. The serpent is beautifully decorated with engraved scales and eyes. The sides are enhanced with repousse and chased decoration of grape clusters and vine leaves. This example is classic form, but has a very steep convex bottom and no “godrons” or “perles” along the sides. These adjustments to the style suggest the tastevin was specifically intended for use with white wines.

Origin: France, 1889-1893. Condition: excellent, sharp detail. Dimensions: 3 x 4-1/16 in. Weight: 70.5 gr.

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  • 1236326
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  • 1
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  • Antiques
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  • 1889-1893
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