|The teeth are a matched pair from the same whale and are absolutely fantastic! No age cracks, no chips, very solid and heavy and having a fabulous patina. Perhaps the best pair the vendor has seen in terms of quality.|
The scriming is also of the highest quality. On the reverse of the Napoleon tooth is a cannon facing downward to signify the loss of the Napoleonic Wars. The reverse of the Josephine tooth has an open book, facing down, with a wine goblet laying on its' side to signify the end.
The vendor dates these teeth to circa 1860-1870.
|Location of Origin: Europe|
|Dimensions: Length: 5''|
|Primary Classification: Folk Art and Americana : Antique Ship Models, Nautical, Marine and Coastal Art|
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