Pastillero en forma de tortuga - .800 plata - Mario Buccellati - Italia - mediados del siglo XX

Descripción
Pastillero en forma de tortuga - .800 plata - Mario Buccellati - Italia - mediados del siglo XX
Buen estado - usado y con pequeños signos de los años y con imperfecciones - 37 g

Adorable pillbox by Mario Buccellati.

Mario Buccellati is the greatest Italian jeweller and silversmith. He opened his first store in Milan in 1919 and was very much loved by aristocrats and members of the high Italian society. His customers include kings, popes, industrialists, movie stars.

He became friend with novelist and poet Gabriele D’Annunzio, who also was one of his more prominent customers and named him “The Prince of Goldsmiths.”

Buccellati is renowned all over the world especially for his masterpieces inspired by nature.

Hallmarks: 800, illegible manufacturer’s mark, Mario Buccellati, Italy

Diameter 5.5 cm

Weight 37 g

In good overall condition, with normal traces of wear and tear.

Insured and tracked shipping.

Detalles del lote
Objeto
Pastillero en forma de tortuga
Material
.800 plata
Diseñador/artista
Mario Buccellati
Fabricante/marca
Mario Buccellati
Periodo estimado
mediados del siglo XX
País de origen
Italia
Estado
Buen estado - usado y con pequeños signos de los años y con imperfecciones
Peso
37 g
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