Amputation set made in France circa 1700

Amputation set made in France circa 1700




Country of manufacture


Categories: Medicine, Surgical instruments


Amputation set including amputation saw, spare blade and scalpel – ebony handles.

The box covered in leather with fleur de lys marks the origin of a practitioner probably working at the court.


Provenance: ex Dominique Larrey collection (Chief Surgeon of Napoleon)

Exhibition: “Toulouse Imperial 1804-1814” Toulouse City Hall, April 10 / June 19, 2004.

Documentation: illustrated exhibition catalog page 75 number 87.


Dimensions: length of 32.8 and 36.5 cm x depth of 10.5 cm.

France c. 1700.


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After 37 years in Le Louvre des Antiquaires, the Delalande gallery moved early June 2015 to 35 rue de Lille, 75007 Paris, on the other side of the Seine River in the well known antic shops area "le Carré Rive Gauche".
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