Napoleon battle of Wagram Inkwell

A spectacular bronze and marble inkwell on which a bronze casting representing the emperor Napoleon I is set, arms crossed and one foot against a globe. This representation of the emperor is associated with the the battle of Wagram (July 5 and 6, 1809), an Austrian village located 15 km from Vienna. Although the clock is not currently functional, this inkwell is in excellent condition with both porcelain liners  and no apparent defects. France c 1880.

4 275.00 $ (Français) + tx

Dimensions17.5 x 10 x 13 in


Rent this product

Antiques rental

Photo shooting, wedding, advertising? Our catalog is available for rental.

It is possible to rent also for a longest time. Contact us for more information.

Renting fees

For one day : 15% of item price
For 2 to 7 days : 20% of item price

Shipping rates

The shipping costs vary according to the object and the destination. Some items, such as furniture or more fragile items, require special attention for delivery.

You will find in the page of these products a note telling you to contact us before buying the item. This method will allow us to accurately evaluate the delivery cost associated with your order. For more details, please visit the Shipping section.