CARDEILHAC Antoine-Ernest, Silversmith

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LUCIEN BONVALLET – ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – FIVE PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, CIRCA 1900

FIVE PIECE SILVER TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, CIRCA 1900
Comprising a coffee-pot, tea-pot, sugar bowl with cover, cream jug and matching tray, decorated with chased clover leaves, finely carved wood handles
Each piece monogrammed and stamped Cardeilhac Paris, with French silver marks

The coffee-pot: 13.5 cm. high; the tea-pot: 12 cm. high; the sugar pot: 7.5 cm. high;
the cream jug: 4 cm. high; the tray: 35.5 cm. long

It is likely that this design was shown in the competition held in 1899 by l’Union Centrale des Arts Décoratifs for the purpose of selecting artists for the Exposition Universelle of 1900
for which Bonvallet, Cardeilhac and Viat were rewarded (Revue des Arts Décoratifs, 1899, p. 118).

LUCIEN BONVALLET – ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – TWO HANDLED FOOTED VASE, 1897

TWO HANDLED FOOTED VASE, 1897
Engraved, repoussé and applied silver
Signed CARDEILHAC and bearing Minerva and makers marks
30.5 cm. high

Exhibition

Salon de la Libre Esthétique, 1897

Bibliography
Victor Champier, L’Exposition Universelle de Bruxelles (2ème article) – L’Art et l’Industrie en Belgique – l’Exposition Française,
Revue des Arts Décoratifs, 1897, ill. p. 389: “M. Cardeilhac se distinguait par des vases exécutés au repoussé, d’une composition particulièrement élégante”.

LUCIEN BONVALLET – ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – “CHARDONS” TEA, COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE SERVICE, CIRCA 1895

“CHARDONS” TEA, COFFEE AND CHOCOLATE SERVICE, CIRCA 1895
Comprising coffee pot, teapot, cream jug, chocolate whisk, sugar bowl and cover, and sugar tongs
in silver ; samovar, burner, and tray in silver-plated metal ; the handles in stained ivory
Each marked CARDEILHAC PARIS, with Minerva and silversmith marks
The samovar: 38 cm. high
The tray: 67.3 cm. wide

Bibliography
Dedo Von Kerssenbrock-Krosigt, Modern Art of Metalwork – Bröhan Museum,
Berlin, 2001, p. 385 (chocolate pot with mistletoe design illustrated)

Between 1894 and 1899, Lucien Bonvallet designed several silverware pieces intended
for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, all decorated with a vegetal pattern such as thistles,
columbines, mistletoe, clovers, etc.
These models were exhibited on the occasion of a retrospective dedicated to Lucien Bonvallet
in January and February 1913, at the Pavillon de Marsan, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – TEA SET, CIRCA 1900

TEA SET, CIRCA 1900
Silver and vermeil with a decor of flowers and fruits in the manner of Japanese Art
Comprising: a teapot, a sugar bowl, milk jug, a spoon. The cup and the saucer in polychome porcelain decorated with flowers
In its original box
With French Minerva mark and silversmith’s mark

LUCIEN BONVALLET – ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – CHOCOLATE JUG, CIRCA 1900

CHOCOLATE JUG, CIRCA 1900
Silver, vermeil, green stained ivory
The handle in stained ivory
Signed
21 cm. high

Between 1894 and 1899, Lucien Bonvallet designed several silverware pieces intended
for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, all decorated with a vegetal pattern such as thistles,
columbines, mistletoe, clovers, etc.
These models were exhibited on the occasion of a retrospective dedicated to Lucien Bonvallet
in January and February 1913, at the Pavillon de Marsan, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris

Bibliography
Art et Décoration, December 1900, p. 163: illustration of a chocolate jug with a different design
L’Art français moderne, January 1916, p. 30
Maurice Rheims, L’Objet 1900, Arts et métiers graphiques, Paris, 1964, identical model decorated with clovers,
red stained ivory, ill. p. 96 , ill. n° 58
Tony Bouilhet, L’Orfèvrerie française au XXème siècle, Émile-Paul frères edition, Paris, (thistles model)
Annelies Krekel-Aalberse, Argenterie Art Nouveau et Art Déco, les éditions de l’amateur, Paris, 1990, ill. p. 79, n. 55 (thistles model)

LUCIEN BONVALLET – ANTOINE-ERNEST CARDEILHAC – VASE, CIRCA 1900

VASE, CIRCA 1900
Silver
Marked CARDEILHAC PARIS with the letter A, with silversmith’s mark and french Minerva mark
18.5 cm. high

Between 1894 and 1899, Lucien Bonvallet designed several silverware pieces intended
for the Exposition Universelle of 1900, all decorated with a vegetal pattern such as thistles,
columbines, mistletoe, clovers, etc.
These models were exhibited on the occasion of a retrospective dedicated to Lucien Bonvallet
in january and february 1913, at the Pavillon de Marsan, Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris