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- Performed by Roger&Gallet
- Place of creation Paris, France
- Dimensions height: 5.5 cm, length: 14 cm, width: 7.3 cm
- ID no. FZRS/72
- Availability private collection
- Collector Katarzyna Sosenko / Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation
- Object copyright Katarzyna Sosenko
- Digital images copyright public domain
- Digitalisation RDW MIC, Virtual Małopolska project
The cardboard case for a perfume bottle is cuboid shaped with bevelled corners. The side walls of the case have been tinted into a colour imitating gold and decorated at the top and bottom with thin strips of an ornament composed of golden leaves on a cobalt background.more
The cardboard case for a perfume bottle is cuboid shaped with bevelled corners. The side walls of the case have been tinted into a colour imitating gold and decorated at the top and bottom with thin strips of an ornament composed of golden leaves on a cobalt background. There is a convex astragal at the strips. The same pattern also appears on the lid as a decorative border which runs around it and as an oval decorative border surrounding the medallion with a miniature portrait. The miniature portrait depicts the bust of a woman wearing a red rococo dress and a rococo hairstyle. Above and below the medallion, inscriptions on a white background have been placed: “SOUVENIR DE LA COUR” and “ROGER&GALLET / PARIS.” Inside, the case is lined with cobalt material.
Elaborated by Katarzyna Sosenko (Collection of the Sosenko Family Foundation), Editorial team of Małopolska’s Virtual Museums,
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Poland License.