The European connoisseur.

The European connoisseur.
Christie, Manson & Woods.
London : Christie's, 2013.
306 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.
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Christie's London July 5, 2013
Auction catalog.
Sale no.: ORCHID-1141.
Includes price list.
Includes index.
July 5, 2013
Purchase; Christie's; 2013; 2000022419
Lot 47: a Louis XIV ormolu, crystal and giltwood eight-light lustre a lace, early 18th century.
Lots 56-59: Russian ormolu-mounted amethyst glass, 19th century, includes bowls, bonbonnieres, and a vase.
Lot 64: a Russian ormolu and green glass eight-light chandelier, second half 19th century.
Lot 66: a pair of Swedish ormolu, cut-glass and green porphyry five-light candelabra, circa 1800.
Lot 68: a Russian ormolu and cut-glass three-lights chandelier arter a design by Alexandre Guerin, circa 1825.
Lot 73: a German ormolu and cut-crystal ten-light chandelier, early 19th century, possibly Vienna.
Lot 177: a French ormolu and cut-glass thirty-light chandelier, second half 19th century.
Lot 178: a pair of Russian ormolu-mounted blue moulded glass vases, circa 1820.
Lot 179: a French ormolu-mounted glass circular mystery timepiece of Restauration style, 19th century.
Lot 394: a Dutch silver-mounted glass jug, the mounts: Amsterdam 1735, maker's mark indistinct, the glass: later.
Lot 406: a Dutch silver cruet stand, mark of Christiaan Ketel, Amsterdam, 1744, with 2 cut glass bottles.
Lot 448: a blue and Latticino goblet, probably French, circa 1870.
Lot 499: a Continental silver-gilt mounted decanter and a set of ten French Empire silver-gilt beakers. Nine beakers with mark of Louis-Jacques Berger, Paris, 1798-1809, one beaker marked Louis-Leonard Leroux, Paris, 1803-1809, the decanter apparently unmarked.
Lot 500: a Dutch engraved green-tinted glass Roemer, early 19th century.
Lot 519: a Silesian cut and engraved sweetmeat glass, second quarter 18th century.
Lot 540: a German gilt-metal mounted engraved glass pilgrim-flask, late 17th century.
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July 5, 2013