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Elkington Electrotype Damascened and Parcel Gilt Plaque

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Elkington Electrotype Damascened and Parcel Gilt Plaque

9,500.00

A superb Electrotype damascened and parcel-gilt silver plaque entitled "A Pompeian Lady at her Toilette" designed by Leonard Morel-Ladeuil (French, 1820-1888) for Elkington, dated 1876. The circular plaque of a partially draped woman reclining on a couch gazing into a hand mirror, attended by three handmaids, set in the atrium of a Pompeian villa, with gilt scrolled border set with bosses, silver and gilt damascened outer border with acanthus leaf, scroll, griffin, and mask decoration.

Signed within the plate "Morel-Ladeiul, Inv & Fecit, 1876," and "Elkington".

Height: 22.50 inch (57.15 cm)
Width: 22.50 inch (57.15 cm)
Depth: 2.50 inch (6.35 cm)

£9,500

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