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Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot

Mustard Pot with the Arms of Count Villoutreys


Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot
Paris 1763 – Paris 1850


Mustard Pot with the Arms of Count Villoutreys


Between 1809 and 1819


Silver gilt


Mustard pot: 17.6 cm (h.); 8.8 cm (diam.); Spoon: 12.8 x 3 x 2.1 cm


Weight: 534.8 g (mustard pot and spoon)


Gift of the Honourable Serge Joyal, P.C., O.C., in honour of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts' 150th anniversary, inv. 2010.767.1-3


Decorative Arts and Design

This mustard pot bears the arms of Léonard Charles de Villoutreys, the Comte de Villoutreys, equerry to Napoleon in 1806–1807 and then a captain (1807). He was made major (1815) and lieutenant colonel of cavalry (1817) after the Empire fell.

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