French, 19th Century Samson Gilt-Metal and Enamel Etui

(France, 19th Century)

French, 19th Century Samson Gilt-Metal and Enamel Etui
164 Windy Row
Peterborough, NH, 03458
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French, 19th Century Samson Gilt-Metal and Enamel Etui

List Price $925

A 19th century French Samson gilt metal and enamel etui of tapering form with hinged cover and push button closure. The body is painted with rococo raised frames with bouquets of flowers within, lacking fittings. From The Mildred S. Hilson Estate, a grande dame of New York's charity circuit, Christie’s 10/14/95

WIDTH: in | HEIGHT: in | DEPTH: 1 in

Origin France
Category Collectibles
Period 19th Century
Style Unspecified
ConditionVery good

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CONDITION: One small hairline on top as pictured

THB REF: 5972434178


"Fakes, Frauds and Fundamental Differences……. “An infamous name in reproductions and copyists of covered boxes, porcelain and enamels is Samson. In the 19th century the French firm of Edme Samson et Cie, of Paris, imitated various makers of fine china, enamel work and enameled boxes with incredible precision. The firm, The House of Samson, began in 1845. Edme Samson was a china decorator. As the story goes, his son, Emile, began the “reproduction business.” It started with an incident, which involved the Grand Duke of Russia. He wanted copies of Limoges Porcelain and Samson complied.”"