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Powder flask made of deer antlers carved in bas-relief of a foot soldier blowing into a trunk and leading two dogs held on a leash. The figure's costume is particularly detailed: toque, embroidered stitch with shoulder and elbow pads, sticky shoes and shoes; in the field, on either side, three fleurs-de-lis and ermine seedlings; wrought-iron frame with spout and spring lock. First third of the 16th centuryHeight: 24,8 cm - Width: 11,6 cmOld collector's label on the back: Pulvérin Corne XVIIe (page holding dogs on a leash and ringing oliphant), value 1937 1 200 F, 1984 6 500 F

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France - 75009 - paris
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