The traditional company Boin Taburet à Paris was founded in 1873 by George Boin (antiquarian) and Emile Taburet (jeweler). The company was located at 3 rue Pasquier in Paris. The company became famous for the reintroduction of Parisian silverwork in the style of Louis XV and Louis XVI in the 1880s. Boin Taburet was represented at the Paris World Exhibition in 1889 and received one of the most important awards here, the gold medal. (Excerpt from the Watch Wiki).
Opulent Écuelle, or lidded bowl, with gadronized, bulged body and rocaille handles as well as plastic handle on the lid in neo-rococo style. The handle on the lid can be removed for cleaning. Marked with Minerva brand and: Boin-Taburet. Manufactured in Paris around 1880/85. Condition: very good!
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