Bossard

Swiss Silver Beaker

Large octagonal silver-gilt beaker
Mark of Bossard, Lucerne
Tapering melon rib cup with hammered finish
Circular lobed rim and base
Engraved with the letter F (Fuad I or Farouk of Egypt) surmounted by the crown of the Egyptian Royal Family (House of Mehmet Ali)
Marked at the rim of the foot with .925 and the cross flanked by the two stars which was the family arms of Bossard of Hochdorf
Height 11 cm
Ø top 12.2 cm
Ø bottom 9.7 cm
Weight 371 grams
Bossard was a Swiss firm located in Luzern/Lucerne, founded by Johann Balthasar Bossard (1809-1869) and continued by his son Johann Karl Bossard (1846-1914) and then his grandson Karl Thomas Bossard (1876-1939)
They won a gold medal at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris.

SKU: s261

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US$ 10,000.00

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Lapidarius jewellery antiques
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