German Silver & Enamel Art Nouveau Cigarette Case - Alphonse Mucha

HEINRICH LEVINGER 1902
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An extremely fine German Art Nouveau silver and enamel cigarette case, the hinged cover enamelled after Alphonse Mucha, with a girl with a crown bordered by mistletoe within a gilded frame inset with pearls and rubies.

Import marks for Heinrich Levinger, Birmingham 1902.

Heinrich Levinger was an important Jugendstil jeweler and silversmith from Pforzheim, Germany.

Sold - £4000.00

Condition
In fine condition with no damage or repair, some loss to the interior gilt.
Dimensions
H
85  mm (3.35 inches)
W
60  mm (2.36 inches)
D
15  mm (0.59 inches)
Weight
110.00 Grams (3.54 troy ounces)
Country
Germany
Stock Code
AS3
Medium
Silver & Enamel
Literature
Alfons Maria Mucha; (24 July 1860 - 14 July 1939), known in English as Alphonse Mucha, was a Czech Art Nouveau painter and decorative artist, known best for his distinct style. He produced many paintings, illustrations, advertisements, postcards, and designs.