Silver 925, cold enamel, gilding, average weight 10g.,
A small flower vase (from the French. Porte-bouquet – “a bunch of flowers”). In the middle of the XVIII century, such jewelry was fashionable among the European aristocracy. The product is a miniature copy of the work of an outstanding jeweler of the time, Leopold Pfisterer. The gold portbook, covered with emerald enamel and studded with diamonds, was made by the master on the personal order of Catherine II to decorate her dress.