BOUCHERON Frédéric (1830-1902)

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FREDERIC BOUCHERON – A RARE TEA SERVICE, CIRCA 1900

A RARE TEA SERVICE, CIRCA 1900
Chased silver and vermeil, comprising a teapot, a sugar bowl, and a milk jug decorated with flowers and leaves
Signed F. Boucheron, with silversmith marks

The teapot: 13 cm. high; 18.5 cm. long
The sugar bowl: 8 cm. high; 13.75 cm. long

Bibliography
Compare the design of the teapot with another one in Tony Bouilhet, L'Orfèvrerie française au XXe siècle, éditions Emile-Paul frères, Paris, inset plate

FREDERIC BOUCHERON – PAUL LEGRAND – E. QUEILLE – SET OF SIX SPOONS, CIRCA 1873

SET OF SIX SPOONS, CIRCA 1873
Designed by Paul Legrand and executed by
E. Queille

Silver, niello and vermeil decorated with motifs inspired by the Japanese grammar, each different;
in its original case
Impressed with maker and French Minerva marks
Each spoon: 12.5 cm. long

The decor designed by Paul Legrand was registered in 1873 as ”Service Japonais”

Exhibition
A group of the «Service Japonais» was shown at the exhibition dedicated to Boucheron
at the Jacquemard-André museum in 1988, n. 124 in the catalogue

FREDERIC BOUCHERON – EMILE GUILLAUME – LUCIEN HIRTZ – A PAIR OF ‘’FLAMBEAUX’’ CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1900

A PAIR OF ‘’FLAMBEAUX’’ CANDLESTICKS, CIRCA 1900
Fine-cut gilt silver, carved ivory and translucent enamel
Signed F. Boucheron and Emile Guillaume, with silversmith and French Minerva marks
32.5 cm. high

Exhibition
Exposition Universelle, Paris, 1900
L’Exposition des ivoires, Palais Galliera, June 1903
Exposition de la Maison Boucheron, described as ”Flambeaux. Statuettes d’ivoire”, by Guillaume
Boucheron 130 années de création et d’émotion, Institut de France,
Musée Jacquemard – André, Paris,
16 September – 31 October 1988, n. 61 in the catalogue