Service known as "glass of water" in white opaline with Desvignes silver and gold decoration with flowery borders. It is composed of a pitcher, a flask, a candlestick and a tray in eglomerate glass decorated with a female bust and gilt bronze. It is from around 1825-1830, Charles X.
The carafe rests on a pedestal, decorated with a crown of black and gold flowers surrounded by gilded nets and a grid pattern. It is closed by a ball-shaped stopper decorated with a petal rosette. The bottles have decorations of friezes of foliage surrounding flowers. The decoration of the candlestick is similar. The glass tray rests on three hoofed feet, the belt is decorated with a frieze of daisies and openwork in the upper part. A crown of blue flowers surrounds a young woman dressed in a blue dress belted with a golden ribbon.
Dimension of the tray : 29x29x5
Dimension of the pitcher : 15x15x30
Dimension of the candlestick : 6,5x6,5x8,5
Dimension of the flask : 8x8x18
Dim: W: 11,4 in - D: 11,4in - H: 13in.
Dim: L:29cm, P:29cm, H:33cm.
Time wear on the foliage decor and gilding. Slight wear of the painting of the tray.