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Elegant antique French Belle Epoque era sterling silver "ecuelle", legumier or serving dish in superb condition with rococo style acanthus themed side handles! A very alluring and unique piece, the bowl itself has a 3 7/8" diameter and is just under 6.5" wide with those gorgeous handles! Fine old French sterling silver and all in fabulous condition! The French Minerve or Minerva hallmark on the side of the bowl, marked "1" that designates .950 silver content (95% pure silver, higher than the .925 standard for sterling silver). The silversmith mark is for Vaneste & Delettrez, Paris circa 1883-1888. A wonderful piece, simple enough to fit into an existing fine silver service but unique enough to stand out and attract compliments!
Very good-excellent condition. A tiny dimple or two possible but, as you can see, they don't come much finer! See pictures for measurements.
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Antique French Sterling Silver 6.5" 'Ecuelle', Single Serving Dish or Legumier
$372 USD SOLD
San Marcos, CA
Antique French sterling silver, Georgian jewelry, sewing, Black Forest, etc 17th to 19th c. European
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