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Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7

Hélène Aumont

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Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7
Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7
Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7
Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7
Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7
Opium Weights, Scale & Container, S/7

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Very Good; wear from age and use
Materials:
bronze
Size:
8" L x 8" W x 8" H
Color/Finish:
bronze

Why We Love This

Weight and scale set purchased in the Golden Triangle in the 1970s. The set is a wonderful representation of the opium trade in that region. The seven weights range from 11 oz. to 1/4 oz. The container is approximately 4"W x 1"Dia.
As described by Hélène Aumont

About Hélène Aumont

The best design is that which does not blare its perfection. Impeccable design and taste do not equal perfection. Exquisite objects are, in their very nature imperfect. Helene Aumont’s spaces invite a kind of French-California languor. Her eclectic mixture of contemporary clean designs, carefully selected art and antiques and opulent but subtle fabrics bespeaks a European nonchalance. Her art is to invite contemplation by having the most appropriate furnishings placed in just the right spot.