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Japanese Lacquer Sweety Chocolate Letter Box Rouzaud Royat 1900




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    Antique sweety chocolate or letter box in Japanese lacquer made around 1900 for the famous C A Rouzaud chocolate maker after they became Marquise de Sévigné company in Royat. The box is signed by the Japanese artist on the back of the lid. Good condition only a few small worn due to its great age. 2"3/4 high 13" width 9"7/8 depth.

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For our French-speaking friends: Boite à chocolat en lacque du Japon de la maison Rouzaud, vers 1900. En 1892 Clémentine et Auguste Rouzaud se lancent avec succès dans la fabrication, la création et la distribution de chocolats fins, dans la petite ville de Royat. En 1898 Naissance et débuts prometteurs pour la marque "Marquise de Sévigné". Elle est signée du maitre laqueur. Hauteur 7 cm, largeur 33 cm, profondeur 25 cm.

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