Commemorative plaque in silver 950. The front depicts two women in a scientific laboratory; one of them holds a syringe and is going to vaccinates the sitting patient. On the back the memory of the "Congreso Internacional Americano de Medicina e Higiene" held in Buenos Aires during the 100th Anniversary of Argentina's declaration of independence (1810/1910).
Signed on top left by Abel Lafleur (1875-1953), well-known French sculptor French, creator of the Jules Rimet Cup. At those times, it was common in South America to commission French and European artists.
Lafleur made many works in bronze, but a very few of his creations were in silver. Preserved in its original case.
Dimensions: 48 x 65 mm.Weight: 95 grams.
- Plaque commémorative: 1810-1910 25 MAYO CONGRESO INTERNACIONAL AMERICANO MEDICINA
- Argent 950
- Abel Lafleur
- Art nouveau
- Période estimée
- Pays d’origine
- Excellent état, à peine utilisé avec des signes minimes d'usure