Rare French sterling silver gold 18-karat condiment set, salt cellars 4 pc, Mustard Pot, Spoons. circa 1890.
This is a stunning set comprised of four salt cellars and one mustard pot. This set is presented with its five original spoons. Finished with gilt vermeil interiors and original liners. No monograms.
Head of Minerve 1st titre for 950/1000 French Sterling Silver guarantee. The quality of the gold used to recover sterling silver is a minimum of 750 mils (18-karat).
Prestigious silversmiths: Louis Ravinet - Charles D'Enfert. 83 rue du Temple in Paris was active from November 28, 1891 to August 8, 1912.
They have rewarded in the Universal Exhibitions: Gold Medal in Lyon (France) in 1894 and Bruxelles (Belgium) in 1897.
Measures: 1"8 x 2"4 (4.5 cm x 6.2 cm) salt cellars. 2"8 (7.1 cm) Salt spoons 3"3 x 2"6 (8.5 cm ) Height of mustard pot 3"2 (8.3 cm) mustard spoon.
Weight: 318 grams.
A master silversmith made a complete cleaning and polishing. The condition is very good. Liners intact, no break or repair. 18-Karat gold finishing is very well preserved. Micro-scratches from normal use. Exceptional in both design and execution, this fabulous set will grace your table and will delight your guests.
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We deal with original genuine antiques over 100 years old. This set is not subject to import tax to the US.
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