BOX Placido ZULOAGA (1834-1910), attributed to the workshop of Eibar - Spain - Circa 1880

Frédéric Coridon

Description

BOX

Placido ZULOAGA (1834-1910), attributed to the workshop of Eibar

Spain, around 1880

Steel

Box: H.: 6; L.: 11; Thickness: 5.5 cm

Rectangular casket in bronzed steel finely damascened with gold with Hispano-Moorish decoration of octagons, arabesques and eight-pointed stars – referring to the astrological representation of the heavens, with which two crowned lions are associated (which we find in the Spanish coat of arms) in round medallions; as well as the Nasrid motto "Wa lā gāliba illā-llāh", translation of: "There is no winner but God". It rests on four legs, hinged cover with push button closure, interior lined with green velvet.

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Dimensions
3640 €

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