France - 20th century
Nice items for your table setting now and/or later for Christmas.
A glass condiments set consisting of a holder with oil and vinegar bottle, mustard jar with the original spoon, pepper and salt shaker from ca. 1920, the Art-Nouveau period.
Signed deposé Orfèverie Dilecta, nr. 39 made in France (trademark Dilecta trademark No. 39 made in France))
Size: oil and vinegar bottle, height 16 cm.
Mustard pot, height 11 cm and a diameter of 5 cm.
The spoon is made of bakelite.
Salt and pepper shaker, height 4 cm and a diameter of 5 cm.
The glass work is in very good condition.
Holder, silver coloured metal decoration with floral motifs.
Size: height 18 cm, length 30 cm, width 10 cm with base and 8 cm without base.
Total weight 926 grams.
The holder has signs of wear, see photos.
Table pieces in the form of two game cocks made of silver coloured metal in excellent condition.
Size: L x W x H = 22 x 18 x 17cm
Combined weight 1179 grams.
Packed with care for registered shipping.
|Member since:||November 10, 2013|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?Heerlijk naar lavendel ruikende zending. (Lavendelbuideltje zat erbij.)Keuring gewassen en gestreken. Blij mee
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?recibidas las seis botellas en sus cajas de madera, perfectamente embaladas; vendedor fiable, buenos caldos, saludos
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically. Would you like to see an automatic translation?- snel
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Weliswaar 1 glaasje gebroken, maar dat kan gebeuren.
|United Kingdom||$ 25.81|
|United States||$ 64.53|
|Rest of Europe||$ 32.85|
|Rest of the World||$ 64.53|
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