PUIFORCAT Gorgeous French All Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter Spoon Rococo. C. 1880
A rare sugar sifter spoon of truly exceptional quality, for the richness of Rococo pattern. Handle is decorated with fantastic decoration in the Rococo style. Model called "Louis XV, Foliate" in the catalogue of the Maison Puiforcat. No monogrammed.
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Head of Minerve 1 st titre for 950/1000 French Sterling Silver Vermeil guarantee
Prestigious silversmith : Emile Puiforcat who has impressed his personality on the world of jewelry. 16 rue Chapon - Paris was acitve from 1857 The haute couture of the silversmith Since its inception Puiforcat has worked to produce only works exceptions, carefully shaped by craftsmen with the fingertips art to sublimate the material. With a glorious past, current choices demanding and daring, and a desire to retain the silverware at the highest level of quality.
Measures : 8"4 ( 21.3 cm )
Weight : 74 grams
The condition is very good. Micro-scratches from normal use. A master silversmith made a complete cleaning & polishing. Exceptional in both design and execution, 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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