Rare French sterling silver 18-karat gold sugar sifter spoon Rococo.
A spoon of truly exceptional quality, for the richness of its decoration, its form and sculpting but especially for the multi-colored on the upper part. Floral motifs. The stem is cabled, the handle has Rococo decoration. No monogrammed. circa 1880 Boar's head for 800/1000 French sterling silver Vermeil guarantee. The quality of the gold used to recover sterling silver is a minimum of 750 mils (18-karat).
Prestigious silversmith: Henri Gabert 112 rue de Turenne - Paris was active from July 10, 1882 to January 25, 1901.
Measures: 8" (20.3 cm).
Weight: 63 grams.
The condition is very good to excellent. Micro-scratches from use. A master silversmith made a complete cleaning and polishing. Unusual model, this fabulous spoon will grace your table and will delight your guests.
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We deal with original genuine antiques over 100 years old. This piece is not subject to import tax to the US.
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