Leather case containing four knives. The cover of the case is stamped and incised on one side with a watering pot and the interlaced initials 'O' and 'Y'. The case is similarly decorated with the figure of a labourer with hoe and the motto 'J'endure', all within architectural framework and with flowers; on the other sides with geometric designs. The two large and two small knives with wooden hafts, decorated on each side with silver gilt and enamel, with floral motifs and the arms of Jean de Touraine and his wife Jacqueline of Bavaria-Hainault twice repeated, with, between, the motto 'S'il plait a Dieu'.

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