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ALLEGORICAL STATUE in solid silver representing a goddess in a magnificent draped dress. Stained wooden base.

Dimensions: height of the statue alone 58 cm - base height 8 cm or total height 66 cm.

Material: Silver 1st title 950/°°°

Weight: 7520 grams

Hallmark: MINERVA

Period: 1866 (dated and signed)

Goldsmith: Jacques Léonard MAILLET (1823-1895)

Origin: France/Paris

BIBLIOGRAPHY: 19th century bronze -Page 448 – Amateur edition

MAILLET Jacques Leonard (1823/1895)

First Grand Prix de Rome in 1847, after studying under the direction of FEUCHERE then PRADIER, he stayed five years in Rome and then started at the Salon in 1853.

He works for several Parisian churches, for the Louvre, for the Hôtel de Ville, and the Opera.

His work, very marked by ancient and biblical themes, also includes small terracottas and models for goldsmithing.

In 1859, he exhibited at the Salon one of his major works, a plaster cast, Agrippina carrying the ashes of Germanicus, the marble of which was placed in the Parc Monceau in Paris in 1893.


Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century

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Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
Jacques Léonard MAILLET - Allegorical statue in solid silver - 19th century
height Socle 8 cm
height STATUE 58 CM
Weight 7.520 GRAMS
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    ALLEGORICAL STATUE in solid silver representing a goddess in a magnificent draped dress. Stained wooden base.

    Dimensions: height of the statue alone 58 cm - base height 8 cm or total height 66 cm.

    Material: Silver 1st title 950/°°°

    Weight: 7520 grams

    Hallmark: MINERVA

    Period: 1866 (dated and signed)

    Goldsmith: Jacques Léonard MAILLET (1823-1895)

    Origin: France/Paris

    BIBLIOGRAPHY: 19th century bronze -Page 448 – Amateur edition

    MAILLET Jacques Leonard (1823/1895)

    First Grand Prix de Rome in 1847, after studying under the direction of FEUCHERE then PRADIER, he stayed five years in Rome and then started at the Salon in 1853.

    He works for several Parisian churches, for the Louvre, for the Hôtel de Ville, and the Opera.

    His work, very marked by ancient and biblical themes, also includes small terracottas and models for goldsmithing.

    In 1859, he exhibited at the Salon one of his major works, a plaster cast, Agrippina carrying the ashes of Germanicus, the marble of which was placed in the Parc Monceau in Paris in 1893.

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    STATUE 58 CM
    Socle 8 cm
    Weight
    7.520 GRAMS

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