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A Ormolu and cut–glass bowl attributed to Pierre–Philippe Thomire circa 1815

In ormolu and cut-glass.

A facetted cut- glass bowl with waved rim above a spreading down-swept foliate matted base and stepped square plinth.

Pierre-Philippe Thomire 1751 -1843.

 Pierre-Philippe Thomire was trained as a sculptor but decided to join his father in the more lucrative business as a bronze caster. He also trained in the workshop of the famous Pierre Gouthiére before setting up his own workshop in 1775. Pierre Philppe Thomire became one of the most important bronze casters in the late18th century. He worked for the Sévres  poreclain Manufactory suppling them with werious mounts for there different pieces.

Thomire was made ”ciseleur de lémperuer” ( Engraver to the Emperor) by Emperor Napolen in 1809 because of  the large number of items he supplied for the palaces.  Later his firm became ”fournisseur de leurs majestés” (Furniture supplier to the Emperor).

H. 27 cm W. 32 cm

Condition:

Excellent condition.

 

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