Veyrat fabulous French sterling silver dinner flatware set 12 pieces Rococo.
The design and workmanship of this flatware is exceptional. The handles have a sophisticated and unusual Rococo pattern. A perfect investment for the future and a fantastic cutlery collection for your table.
Head of Minerve 1st titre for 950/1000 French sterling silver guarantee.
Prestigious silversmith: Veyrat. 20 rue de Malte, Paris. was active from February 10, 1840 to November 20, 1849.
Suffice it to say that the family Veyrat was active in the silversmithing from 1820 to 1911 to glimpse the importance of this manufactory!
They exhibited and received prizes in almost all the national and international exhibitions. Starting with a bronze medal at the "Exposition d'industrie francaise" in 1827 for their fine cutlery; they also won awards in 1834, 1839, 1844, 1849, 1853, 1855, 1861, 1863, 1867 and in 1878 in Paris when Veyrat father was a member of the jury for silverware.
Flatware composed of: Six dinner forks 8"3 (21 cm). Six dinner Spoons 8"4 (21.4 cm).
Weight: 1013 grams.
A master silversmith made a complete cleaning and polishing. The condition is very good for this flatware. Micro-scratches from use. Sophisticated model, exceptional in both design and execution, this fabulous flatware will grace your table and will delight your guests.
Shipping and insurance information: Sales only by shipment. Shipping worldwide with priority package express international.
We deal with original genuine antiques over 100 years old. This set is not subject to import tax to the US.
We ship purchase Mondays to Friday (outside French holidays). Paid items will be shipped on the first shipping day after payment is received.
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