Antique French Art Nouveau solid silver wax seal by Charles Murat. Housed in the original presentation box, the wax seal features a fleur de lys form handle. The matrix monogramed with interlaced initials EM. The stamp is beautifully made, attesting to the high quality of Murat items from the early 1900's.Marked with the French head of the wild boar, in use from 1838 to indicate a silver content of .800/1000. Bearing maker's marks for silversmith and jewelry maker Charles Murat, he founded his firm Bijoux Murat at 62 rue des Archives, Paris in circa 1850 and operated until his death in 1897. The box marked for the retailer shop of Thibaudin at 10 rue de la Liberté in Dijon. The wax seal measures 2 1/2" height, the matrix is 3/4" square. Box measures 3 1/2" x 1 7/8" x 1 /4" height.