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Very rare, this bronze wax seal or stamp with double patina, combining bronze and silver, represents the bust of the devil with remarkable finesse. The piece is not only a testament to the fine craftsmanship of the 19th century, but it also embodies a mystical and singular aura.

The double patina, combining shades of bronze and silver, adds captivating visual depth to this unique piece. The Devil Bust is finely detailed, capturing the essence of the era with artistic precision. The combination of the two patinas creates a striking visual contrast, highlighting each feature of the devil depicted.

The seal's matrix has never been engraved, thus offering a unique opportunity to the future owner to add their initials, a personal coat of arms or any other significant motif.

Dating from the 19th century, this historic and enigmatic piece evokes a time when art and symbolism were intimately linked. Its rare appearance makes it a treasure for collectors, while the possibility of customization adds a modern touch to this ancient artifact.

In excellent condition, this 19th century bronze wax seal is an exceptional piece that will appeal to art connoisseurs and lovers of historical curiosities.

PERIOD : 19th century
DIMENSION : 8.5cm X 2cm
SIZE : 3,4" X 0,8"

Cachets or seals embody an ancient and elegant tradition, dating back centuries of history. Originally used to authenticate documents and letters, these objects evolved to become refined symbols of prestige and identity. A typical sealing stamp includes a wooden or metal handle and an engraved die, often personalized with initials, coat of arms, or significant symbols. The act of sealing a document with a stamp adds a dimension of authenticity and distinction, harking back to a time when correspondence was a ceremonial affair.

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