Attributed to Ernest VEVER (Metz 1823 - Paris... - Lot 29 - L'Huillier & Associés

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Attributed to Ernest VEVER (Metz 1823 - Paris... - Lot 29 - L'Huillier & Associés
Attributed to Ernest VEVER (Metz 1823 - Paris 1885)
Flower brooch in 18 k (750 thousandths) yellow and white gold and silver, adorned with two probably fine pearls, the foliage set with old-cut diamonds.
Circa 1890 / 1900, M.O. punch difficult to read, and trace of a numbering.
Brutto weight: 5,8 g - Length: 4.5 cm
In its case of the Maison Vever covered with navy blue leather gilded with irons (wear) and monogrammed "G.C." stamped with a county crown, inscribed inside "Ane. My. Marret & Baugrand - VEVER - 19 rue de la Paix 19 Paris - Grand Prix Exp. Univ. Paris 1889 ".

Provenance: Family gift box since the beginning.

The Vever house was founded in 1821 by Pierre-Paul Vever (1797-1853) in Metz, directed in 1848 by his son Ernest Vever (Metz 1823-Paris 1885) who transferred it to Paris in 1871 when the Marret et Baugrand house was bought. Taken over by his sons Paul (Metz 1851-1915) and Henri (Metz 1854-Noyers 1942) Vever, then in 1915 by André and Pierre Vever, Paul's son, who ran it until 1960 and enlarged it by buying the Linzeler house in 1924-25; the workshops were closed in 1927. Jean Vever, an employee since 1934, took over the company in 1960 and ceased his activities in 1982.
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