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Four knives - Early eighteenth century - SOLD

 

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Four knives, polychrome spun glass handles called "Millefiori" steel blades mark

of the cutter "Doron" - silver ferrule.

Work probably French (Nevers Perrot?) Or Italian (Venice)

Long: 23,5cm.

small accidents restored (details on request)

Early eighteenth century - 1680-1720

Ref: The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris retains a knife and fork with millefiori glass handles similar

to ours. Attributed to Bernard Perrot (1638-1709) - the Royal Orleans Glassworks. (Purchase 2010. Inv

2010.120.1-2)

The Victoria & Albert museum also retains a knife with similar handle attributed to Venice

(inventory number: 1524A-1888)

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Four knives - Early eighteenth century - SOLD

Four knives - Early eighteenth century - SOLD

Four knives, polychrome spun glass handles called "Millefiori" steel blades mark of the cutter "Doron" - silver ferrule. Work probably French (Nevers Perrot?) Or Italian (Venice) - Early eighteenth century - 1680-1720 - Ref: The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris retains a knife and fork with millefiori glass handles similar to ours. Attributed to Bernard Perrot (1638-1709) - the Royal Orleans Glassworks. (Purchase 2010. Inv 2010.120.1-2) The Victoria & Albert museum also retains a knife with similar handle attributed to Venice (inventory number: 1524A-1888)