Yellow gold, varicoloured gold, enamel and diamonds, flattened oblong tapering rectangular-shaped, “Etui-à-tablette”, carnet-de-bal, with inside, four-leaved ivory tablets with gold rivet and a gold pencil. Royal blue flinqué enamel (translucent enamel over guilloché engine-turning) panels in varicoloured gold structure, with, in the centre, inside gold and diamond-set frames, oval panels showing in polychrome two allegories of Love; the first depicting a young Warrior near an Altar of Love with, by his side, an incredibly beautiful young woman, partially naked, showing us a charming bosom, the second with a Cupid holding a shield with the cypher “C F”, initials of the two lovers. The lid with applied diamond-set words “Gage de / Resp. Filial” (Gage de Respect Filial; Pledge of Filial Respect). “Etui-à-tablette” The fashion of these small étuis (cases) develops throughout the 18th century. These small flat cases containing a writing kit (ivory tablets and pencil) are then used to record his appointments. These cases are the ancestors of the carnets-de-bal (notebooks) that will develop during the 19th century. The inscription “Gage de Respect Filial” (Pledge of Filial Respect) underlines the sentimental value of such gifts.