Enamel vase from Germany Vase decorated with three designs of the first aerostatic experiments in 1783 ­ The first hydrogen balloon landed in Gonesse, frightening the locals, who destroyed the balloon on 27th August 1783. ­ The first aerial voyage by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and the marquis d’Arlandes to the château de la Muette on the 21st November 1783. ­ Charles and Robert's second aerial voyage on 1st December 1783. Beginning of the 19th century Glass enamel (H. 21.4 cm, diameter 13 cm) Muller-Quênot Collection

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Enamel vase from Germany Vase decorated with three designs of the first aerostatic experiments in 1783 ­ The first hydrogen balloon landed in Gonesse, frightening the locals, who destroyed the balloon on 27th August 1783. ­ The first aerial voyage by Jean-François Pilâtre de Rozier and the marquis d’Arlandes to the château de la Muette on the 21st November 1783. ­ Charles and Robert's second aerial voyage on 1st December 1783. Beginning of the 19th century Glass enamel (H. 21.4 cm, diameter 13 cm) Muller-Quênot Collection
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