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Jean Regnard Burand (or Johann Reinhardt Borandor Stormlisten)) is a goldsmith active in Strasbourg in XVIIIAnd century.

Born in 1750, son of Philipp Jacob Boran, deacon of the church of Saint-Guillaume in Strasbourg[1]was first apprentice of Johann Ulrich Mands (master in 1740)[2]then protected by Jean Frédéric Buttner[3].

He was received master around 1775[1].

Snuff box in gilt silver.

Jean Regnard Burand specializes in snuffboxes[1].

The Museum of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg has one of his gilded silver snuffboxes from 1789. Oval in shape with a hinged lid, it is provided on all sides with an engraved and chiseled decoration, reproducing a striped pattern that evokes a fabric. . Striped silks were then very popular, in both women’s and men’s clothing and upholstery. [4].

  1. a b et c Hans Haug, Strasbourg silverware in French public collections (volume 22 of the Inventory of French public collections), Editions des Musées Nationaux, Palais du Louvre, 225 p. (ISBN 9782711800742)
  2. Alexis Kugel, Philippe Bastian and Pauline Loeb-Obrenan, Vermilion! The gilded silver of Strasbourg: XVIAnd au XXAnd centurySaint-Rémy-en-l’Eau, 352 p. (ISBN 978-2903824914)
  3. Jean Daniel Ludmann, “Büttner”, New dictionary of Alsatian biography, vol. 5, 1984, p. 436, [lire en ligne]
  4. “Museum of Decorative Arts. 33.004.0.106. Johann Reinhard or Jean Regnard Borand or Burand (1750-), Museums of the city of Strasbourg [1]

Bibliography[modifier | modifier le code]

  • (from) Hans Haug, Old and new goldsmiths and watches from StrasbourgStrasbourg, 1914
  • Hans Haug, Strasbourg silverware in French public collections (volume 22 of the Inventory of French public collections), Editions des Musées Nationaux, Palais du Louvre, 225 p. (ISBN 9782711800742, read online)
  • Alexis Kugel, Philippe Bastian and Pauline Loeb-Obrenan, Vermilion! The gilded silver of Strasbourg: XVIAnd au XXAnd centurySaint-Rémy-en-l’Eau, 352 p. (ISBN 978-2903824914)
  • Etienne Martin (conductor), Two centuries of goldsmithing in Strasbourg: XVIIIAndXIXAnd centuries in the collections of the Museum of Decorative ArtsStrasbourg museums, 304 p. (ISBN 978-2901833802), p. 133

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