ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE LANSON ROYAL TRAVEL... - Lot 228 - Lucien Paris

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ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE LANSON ROYAL TRAVEL... - Lot 228 - Lucien Paris
ATTRIBUTED TO ANTOINE LANSON
ROYAL TRAVEL AND WARDROBE BOX OF THE CLOTHES THAT BELONGED TO MARIE-JOSÈPHE DE SAXE,
DAUPHINE OF FRANCE
Wooden core, rectangular shape, sheathed in red brown morocco, gilded with small irons, decorated with friezes of foliage,
underlined by fleur-de-lis. The lid, slightly curved, is decorated with a frieze of foliage, shells, palmettes and flowers, the spandrels with alternating crowned dolphins and fleur-de-lys surmounted by closed crowns.
the centre, in a leafy oval, of the arms of Louis Ferdinand, Dauphin of France, and Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, Dauphine, surmounted by a closed crown and surmounting a shell. Cut brass keyhole, chased with flowers and birds, ormolu side handles, closing hooks, one of them with a fleurdelisé. Interior lined with original blue moire.
Attributed to Antoine LANSON, bookbinder and sheath maker. He was also bookbinder and sheath maker for Marie-Antoinette, dauphin, then queen of France.
He had a shop in rue Phélipeaux in Paris.
Delivered to Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, dauphine, for her personal use. This is the only known example of this type of chest bearing the arms of the mother of Louis XVI.
Circa 1760-1765.
29 x 62,5 x 40,8 cm.
Some tears. Missing the piece of leather on the reverse side, which should have been marked by the sheath maker.
A closing hook replaced.PROVENANCE.
Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, Château de Versailles.
Former collection of Étienne L'Éveillé, director of the Conciergerie prison, Paris.
Remained in this last family until our days.
Marie-Josèphe de Saxe (1731-1767), daughter of the King of Poland, was dauphine of France by her marriage at Versailles in 1747
to Louis Ferdinand of France (1729-1765), eldest son of King Louis XV. She gave birth to three future kings of France:
In 1754, Louis-Auguste de France, Duke of Berry, the future Louis XVI, who married Marie-Antoinette in 1770,
In 1755, Louis-Stanislas-Xavier de France, Count of Provence, future Louis XVIII,
In 1757, Charles-Philippe de France, count of Artois, future Charles X.
REFERENCES.
. Royal chest, of the same spirit, brown-red morocco, with the arms of Marie-Thérèse Antoinette Raphaëlle de Bourbon,
Dauphine of France, wife of Louis Ferdinand, Dauphin of France, eldest son of Louis XV.
Attributed to Padeloup, Derôme, Pierre Vente or Antoine Lanson.
Circa 1745-1746.
33,5 x 63,5 x 41 cm.
Aguttes sale, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 17 December 2019.
. Royal chest, of the same spirit, red morocco, with the arms of Marie-Thérèse Antoinette Raphaëlle de Bourbon,
Dauphine of France, wife of Louis, Dauphin of France.
On the reverse, mark L.L. and cock.
Circa 1745-1746.
34,5 x 62,5 x 40,5 cm.
Kahn-Dumousset sale, 21 December 2015, Drouot, room 6, no. 233.
. Royal cutlery case, of the same spirit, red morocco, with the arms of Mesdames de France, daughters of Louis XV.
Marked PR. Attributed to the workshop of the Riollant brothers.
Circa 1750.
Versailles and Trianon castles. (Inv. V6176).
. Royal chest of the same spirit, red morocco, with the arms of Madame Adélaïde, daughter of Louis XV. Angles reinforced with hinges.
Circa 1750.
21,5 x 57 x 41 cm.
HVMC sale, Monte Carlo, 30 April 2016, n°138.
. Stone SALE
Royal chest, of the same spirit, red morocco, with the arms of Mesdames de France, daughters of Louis XV. Angles reinforced with hinges.
Signed twice "VENTE". Delivered to one of the daughters of France.
24,5 x 55 x 38 cm.
Christie's sales, Count and Countess Niel collection, Paris, April 16, 2012, n°50, and Jean-Louis Remilleux collection, Paris,
28-29 September 2015, n°400.
. Peter SALE.
Royal box, of the same spirit, red morocco, with the arms of one of the daughters of Louis XV.
Signed "VENTE".
21 x 56,5 x 40,5 cm.
Christie's sale, Paris, 3 October 2012, n°100.
. Royal chest, of the same spirit, with the arms of Mesdames, daughters of Louis XV.
Christie's sale, Monaco, June 21, 1998, lot 580.
. Royal chest, of the same spirit, with the arms of one of the daughters of Louis XV.
Villefrance sur Saône sale. 25 January 2014. Lot n°1.
. Small royal chest, of the same spirit, red-brown morocco, presenting the associated arms of the Dauphin of France
accompanied by a Masonic coat of arms.
Louis XV period. Middle of the 18th century.
14,5 x 37,5 x 24 cm.
Christie's sale, Paris, 3 November 2015, n° 32. Cassette of the same spirit, red morocco. Although the coat of arms has been burned, the alternating presence of heraldic symbols representing
a tower and the crowned dolphin suggest that this cassette belonged to Marie-Thérèse, dauphine of France.
On the back of the bottom, mark LL framing a rooster (Antoine Lanson?).
Probably dated circa 1754-1746.<br/
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