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Place of Origin: French
Set of Eight Cartier Miniature Sterling Silver Salt and Pepper Shakers
By Cartier
Located in Atlanta, GA
Cartier, circa 1990. A set of 8 Cartier Sterling silver salt and pepper shakers. 4 of the shakers have a vermeil surface and are each marked Cartier Sterling to underside. Accompani...
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Late 20th Century French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Christofle Art Deco Tazza Late 20th Century
By Christofle
Located in Tunbridge Wells, GB
Heading : Christofle Art Deco tazza Date : Has the chess piece mark used by Christofle since 1983 - this piece dates from the late 20th century Origin : France Decoration : Large ope...
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1990s Art Deco French Sterling Silver

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Silver Plate

Antique Sterling Silver Tureen by Marc Jacquard Retailed by Bulgari 19th Century
Located in London, GB
This is a magnificent antique French sterling silver soup tureen and lid, retailed by Bulgari Rome with hallmarks for the maker Marc Jacquard and circa 1810 in date. This round Silver Serving Tureen has Rococo elements perfectly accenting the elegant body, with bold scroll handles decorated with foliate and floral ornamentation and stands on a pedestal foot with an encircled border. It features an exceptional cast floral and fruit bouquet finial on the lid. The tureen is beautiful in its simplicity and comes with its own vintage luxury case labelled Bulgari. Condition: In excellent condition with clear hallmarks and no dings, dents or signs of repair. Please see photos for confirmation. Dimensions in cm: Height 28 x width 37 x depth 29 Weight 76 troy oz Dimensions in inches: Height 11.0 x width 14.6 x depth 11.4 Weight 2.36 kg Bulgari The founder of the Bulgari brand is Sotirios Voulgaris who was born in March 1857 and came from the Epirus Village of Paramythia, the largest Aromanian center of silversmithing in the Balkans. He was one of eleven children of his father Georgios Voulgaris (1823–1889) and his Aromanian mother Eleni Stronggaris. In 1881, Sotirios Bulgari moved to Rome and, in 1884, opened his first store on via Sistina 85. In 1888, he married Aromanian Eleni Basio with whom he had six children: Constantine-Georgios (1889–1973), Leonidas-Georgios (1890–1966), Maria-Athena (1891–1976), Sofia (1893–1908), Alexandra (1895–1984) and Spyridon (1897–1932); Leonidas-Georgios is the father of the current chairman of the company, Paolo Bulgari.[9] In 1905, he unveiled the Via Condotti shop that would become the company's flagship.[10] In its early years, Bulgari was known for silver pieces that borrowed elements from Byzantine and Islamic art, combining them with floral motifs. At the time, Paris was the apex of fashion and creativity, and its trends influenced Sotirio's designs for decades: jewels of the early 20s were characterised by platinum Art Deco settings while those of the 30s featured geometric diamond motifs—sometimes set in combination with coloured gemstones. Convertible jewels...
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1810s Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Jean Tetard, Modernist Art Deco Tureen Centerpiece Sterling Silver
By Tetard Freres, Jean Tetard
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Tureen Centerpiece Modernist Art Deco made in 950/1000th solid sterling silver by Jean TETARD. All parts are stamped with Minverve 1st Title and Tetard Freres goldsmith stamp. Perfe...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver Plate

Jean Tetard - Art Deco Cutlery Flatware Set Nice Sterling Silver 152 Pieces
By Tetard Freres, Jean Tetard
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Art Deco Cutlery Flatware set "Nice" made in 950/1000th solid sterling silver by Jean TETARD. All pieces are stamped with Minverve 1st Title and Tetard Freres goldsmith stamp. Set i...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

Silverplate Pitcher
Located in New Orleans, LA
Infinitely elegant in it’s simplicity. A totally functional and graceful water – or anything – pitcher.
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19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

19c Wine Bucket
Located in New Orleans, LA
Lovely, double lined silver-plate wine bucket that will add a touch of class to a tabletop on a special occasion.
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19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Bloch & Eschwege - 273pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set, Chest
By Maison Bloch Eschwege 1, Jorgen Bloch
Located in Wilmington, DE
Bloch & Eschwege 273pc. Flatware Set – Description 1st Dibs Direct from Paris, A Stunning 273pc. Privately Commissioned Napoleon III Sterling Silver Flatware Set with Rare Mother-of-...
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Early 20th Century Napoleon III French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Sterling Silver A. E. Wagner Repousse Salver, 19th Century
Located in Savannah, GA
Sterling Silver A. E. Wagner Repousse Salver, 19th Century. Marked A.E. Wagner
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19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Puiforcat (Hermes) - 4pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Covered Tureen
By Puiforcat
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, a Stunning Large 4pc. Covered Louis XVI, Antique 950 Sterling Silver Vegetable Server with Presentation Platter by the World's Premier French Silversmith - Emile P...
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Early 20th Century Louis XVI French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Puiforcat French Sterling Silver Dessert Compote Glass Bowl
By Puiforcat
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Puiforcat French Sterling Silver Dessert Compote Glass Bowl Puiforcat, 2 sterling silver French dessert/compostery bowls and plate with a pretty curvilinear design and ornate edges. ...
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1920s Mid-Century Modern Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Puiforcat, Set of Art Deco Chantaco Flatware Plated Silver 105 Pieces
By Puiforcat, Jean Puiforcat
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Set of Art Deco flatware cutlery "Chantaco" made in plated silver by Puiforcat. Excellent condition. 105-piece set including: - 12 dinner forks - 12 dinner knives - 12 dinner spoons...
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20th Century Art Deco French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver Plate

Pair Antique French Silver & Glass Claret Jugs / Wine Decanters c. 1890
By Boin-Taburet
Located in London, GB
A pair of elegant Antique Silver mounted Glass bodied Claret Jugs made in Paris, France. This pair of Wine Jugs has an ornate chased and engraved Neck and lid with a shaped cartouche...
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19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Christian Dior - Cutlery Flatware Set Rond Point Alma Plated Silver 89 Pieces
By Christian Dior, Dior Home
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Cutlery flatware set "Rond Point" - "Alma" made in plated silver and gold by Christian Dior in the Art Deco style. Cutlery set including 89 pieces: - 12 dinner forks - 12 dinner kni...
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20th Century Art Deco French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver Plate

Henin - 138pc. Antique Louis XVI French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set
By Henin et Cie 1
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Chateau in France, A Stunning 138pc. Privately Commissioned Louis XVI Sterling Silver Flatware Set (Service for 12) with 6 Serving Pieces by Internationally Kno...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Hermes Paris & Ravinet d'Enfert, a Rare Sterling Silver Champagne Topper
By Hermès
Located in Victoria, BC
Here is a wonderful and rare HERMES Paris Sterling Silver Champagne Topper. Made for HERMES by Ravinet d'Enfert. This wonderful collector’s piece was made to sit on top of an opened ...
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1930s Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Keller - Antique French Original Art Deco 950 Sterling Silver Serving Tureen
By Gustave Keller Freres
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris the Birth place of Art Deco, a Magnificent 3pc."Gatsby Era" Original 950 Sterling Silver Serving Tureen in Near New by France's Premier Art Deco Silversmith "Gustav...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Small French Silver-Gilt Chocolate Pot by Boin-Taburet, 1880s
By Boin-Taburet
Located in BARCELONA, ES
BOIN–TABURET French, active Paris, 1873–circa 1905 CHOCOLATE POT c. 1880 Silver plate and wood The smaller scale of this vessel indicates that its use was likely for chocolate not...
Category

Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Jewel walking stick, signed Sophie Sander-Noske, France 1900-1910.
Located in Milan, IT
Walking stick: jewel cane L shape handle made out of silver with 18K gold filigree and precious stones: pearls, opals, rubis, tourmalines. Ebony wood shaft. Metal ferrule. Sophie Sa...
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Early 20th Century French Sterling Silver

Materials

Opal, Tourmaline, Gold, Silver

Bernard Buffet (1928-1999), French artist. Year plate in sterling silver. 1976.
Located in Copenhagen, DK
Bernard Buffet (1928-1999), French artist. Year plate in sterling silver. 1976. Engraved image of a lion. Hallmarked on the front and back. Original box. Perfect condition. Dimension...
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1970s Vintage French Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Pair of Puirforcat Silver and Gold-Plated Glasses, Signed and Sealed
By Puiforcat, Emile Puiforcat
Located in Marbella, ES
Pair of Puirforcat Silver and Gold-Plated Glasses, Signed and Sealed
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Mid-20th Century French Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold, Vermeil, Silver

Circa 1870-80 Pair of French Silver & Horn Salad Servers
Located in Chapel Hill, NC
A fine pair of salad servers - French 1st standard silver & probably cow horn; c. 1870-80. Post-1838 marks. Aesthetic Movement. In associated presentation case. Spoon: 11" d., 1 7/8"...
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1870s Aesthetic Movement Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Caron - 197pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver & Vermeil Flatware Set, Marly
By Olier & Caron 1
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Magnificent 197 Piece, 19th Century, Louis XVI Model, Sterling Silver Flatware Set with 8 Serving Pieces and 10 Covered Individual Anti-Tarnish Storage Trays by Renowned French Silversmiths "Henri Soufflot...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold Plate, Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Miniature Sterling Silver Furniture from Paris. C1880
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia
Probably made for an aristocratics child’s doll house or a copy of the Sterling Silver room furniture of King Louis XIII. Has a chandelier, and opening doors to the Buffets.
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Late 19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Tetard - Two French Antique Louis XVI 5-Candle 950 Sterling Silver Candelabra
By Tetard Freres
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Private Chateau near Paris, A Truly Magnificent Pair of Original 950 Sterling Silver Louis XVI 5-Candle Candelabra by one of France's Premier Silversmiths "Tetard Frères"...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Cardeilhac (Christofle) - Two 5-Candle French 950 Sterling Silver Candelabra
By Cardeilhac
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Villa near Cannes, A Stunning Pair of Privately Commissioned Louis XVI, 5-Candle 950 Sterling Silver Candelabra by France's Premier Silversmiths Jacques and Pie...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

A Pair of Small Vintage Christofle France Silver Plated Bread Plates
By Christofle
Located in Milano, IT
A beautiful vintage pair of small Christofle France silver plated round bread plates from France circa 19th Century. Hallmarked Christofle.
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19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver Plate

Societe Parisienne d'Orfevrerie (Odiot) - 184pc. French Vermeil Flatware Set
By Societe Parisienne d'Orfevrerie
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Chateau, a Stunning 184pc. Gold Plated Sterling Silver (Vermeil) Flatware Set by Internationally Known French Silversmiths "Societe Parisienne d'Orfevrerie" Complete with Original 6-Drawer Storage Cabinet and 16 Magnificent Serving Pieces, Superb Condition - circa 1911.- NO MONOGRAMS. The Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie, a prominent French silversmith firm, has left an indelible mark on the world of decorative arts. Established in the heart of Paris during the 19th century, the firm quickly rose to prominence, becoming synonymous with exquisite craftsmanship, innovative design, and unparalleled quality in silverware. Founded in 1837 by master silversmith Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot, a visionary artisan with a passion for creating exceptional silver pieces; the firm's commitment to quality quickly attracted the attention of aristocrats, royalty, and the burgeoning bourgeoisie. Under the leadership of subsequent generations of the Odiot family, the firm continued to thrive, adapting to changing tastes and styles while maintaining its dedication to superior craftsmanship. Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie's list of accomplishments is as extensive as it is impressive. The firm's silverware adorned the tables of European royalty, including Napoleon III and Empress Eugénie, establishing its reputation as the preferred purveyor of luxury items. The intricate silver pieces produced by the firm were not merely functional objects but symbols of status, wealth, and refined taste. One of the firm's standout achievements was its participation in the Exposition Universelle of 1855 in Paris. The international exhibition provided a platform for Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie to showcase its finest creations to a global audience, earning accolades and further solidifying its status as a premier silversmith firm. The recognition of Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie's excellence extended beyond the acclaim of its clientele. The firm received numerous awards and honors for its contributions to the field of decorative arts. At the Exposition Universelle of 1867, Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie was awarded the prestigious Legion of Honor, a testament to its exceptional craftsmanship and artistic innovation. Subsequent international exhibitions, including the Exposition Universelle of 1878 and 1889, brought further accolades to the firm. The awards bestowed upon Société Parisienne d'Orfèvrerie underscored its global impact and the recognition of its silverware as exemplars of artistic and technical achievement. Each piece (except for the coffee spoons) in this amazing set bears the hallmark of Master French Silversmith "Societe Parisienne d'Orfevrerie" in addition to the French Government's "Head of the Minerva-1" hallmark. The coffee spoons bears the manufacturer's hallmark "SL" and are in gold plated 800 silver. The set is of exceptional quality and craftsmanship and includes the original custom made storage chest that measures 51 cm. in length, 43 cm. high and 37 cm. deep. All weights and measures below are approximate: 12 Dinner Knives - Stainless Blades 25.50 cm. 100 grams 12 Dinner Forks 21.30 cm. 82 grams 12 Tablespoons 21.50 cm. 86 grams 12 Luncheon Knives - Stainless Blades 21.50 cm. 65 grams 12 luncheon / Dessert Forks 18.50 cm. 52 grams 12 Luncheon / Dessert Spoons 18.30 cm. 52 grams 12 Fish Forks 18.30 cm. 56 grams 12 Fish Knives 22.00 cm. 64 grams 12 Dessert / Custard Spoons 18.50 cm. 57 grams 12 Oyster Forks 12.30 cm. 21 grams 12 Teaspoons 13.50 cm. 27 grams 12 Ice Cream Spoons 13.50 cm. 28 grams 12 Coffee Spoons (different pattern) 10.50 cm. 18 grams 12 Cake Forks 14.20 cm. 26 grams 1 Large Salad Serving Spoon 26.00 cm. 117 grams 1 Large Salad Serving Fork 26.00 cm. 115 grams 1 Serving Knife with Stainless Blade 20.50 cm. 76 grams 1 Cheese Serving Knife - Stainless Blade 25.00 cm. 99 grams 1 Gigot Holder 20.00 cm. 149 grams 1 Butter Serving Knife...
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Early 20th Century Louis XV French Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold Plate, Sterling Silver, Vermeil

Puiforcat (Hermes) - 168pc. Antique French Sterling Silver Flatware Set (Vauban)
By Puiforcat
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, a Magnificent 168pc. Antique French Sterling Silver Flatware Set (Vauban) Model by Frances Premier Silversmi...
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Early 20th Century Louis XV French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Odiot - 126pc. Antique 19th Century French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set
By Odiot
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Mansion in Paris, A Magnificent 126pc. 19th Century French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set by the World's Premier French Sil...
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1890s Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Bonnescoeur - 178pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set + Cabinet
By Edmond Bonnescoeur
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Stunning Privately Commissioned Louis XVI 178pc. Sterling Silver Flatware Set with Magnificent 5 Drawer Lockable Storage Chest and Including an Awesome Assortmen...
Category

Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Puiforcat (Hermes) - 169pc. French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set (Noailles)
By Puiforcat
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Superb 169pc. 19th Century 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set with 19 Serving Pieces (Noailles Pattern) by the World's Premier French Silversmith "Puiforcat" Currently Owned by Hermes, circa early 1900s. The history of French silver-smithing is rich and diverse, with numerous artisans and firms that have contributed to its enduring legacy. Among these, Puiforcat stands as a testament to the craftsmanship and artistry that has defined this industry for generations. Established in the early 19th century, Puiforcat has consistently represented the pinnacle of French silverwork. The Puiforcat legacy began in 1820, when Emile Puiforcat founded his eponymous silversmith workshop in Paris. Emile was inspired by the rich heritage of French craftsmanship and sought to revive the art of silver-smithing, which had faced decline during the tumultuous period of the French Revolution. Puiforcat was instrumental in reviving and elevating the art, offering not only functional silverware but also beautifully designed and meticulously crafted pieces that were celebrated for their aesthetic and utilitarian value. Puiforcat quickly established a reputation for artistic innovation. Emile Puiforcat's meticulous attention to detail and his commitment to excellence pushed the boundaries of what could be achieved with silver. He introduced innovative designs that blended classicism with modernity, which appealed to the evolving tastes of the 19th-century clientele. Puiforcat's quality and artistry soon attracted the attention of the French aristocracy. The company received royal commissions from the court of King Louis-Philippe, cementing its status as a premier silversmith. At the Exposition Universelle held in Paris in 1889, Puiforcat was awarded a gold medal for its outstanding silver creations. This recognition affirmed the company's place at the forefront of French silver-smithing. In 1993, the house of Puiforcat became a part of the Hermès Group, a move that further elevated its status in the world of luxury craftsmanship. Hermès, renowned for its commitment to artisanship and fine materials, was a natural fit for Puiforcat. Under the ownership of Hermès, Puiforcat has continued to thrive and innovate, maintaining its reputation as a premier silversmithing brand. In recognition of the exceptional collaboration between Puiforcat and Hermès, the brand received the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 1994. This award celebrated the excellence in design and craftsmanship that the union of these two iconic brands had brought forth. This amazing 169pc. serving set in 950 sterling silver is a stunning example of the outstanding craftsmanship of the firm. The set includes the following (all weights and measures approximate: 6 Sterling Silver Dinner Knives...
Category

Early 20th Century Louis XV French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Savary - 277pc. Antique French Sterling Silver Flatware Set, 26 Serving Pieces.
By Savary Paris 1
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Chateau Outside of Paris, A Stunning 277pc. 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set by International Known French Silversmiths "Savary" with Original 6-Drawer Storage Cabinet and an Awesome Assortment of 26 Serving Pieces, Excellent Condition - circa 1890s. The world of silver-smithing has a rich history, and numerous firms have left their indelible mark on the craft. Among these, the French silversmith firm "Savary" stands as a paragon of excellence. The Savary silversmith firm was founded in Paris in 1780 by Louis-François Savary, an artisan with a profound passion for silver craftsmanship. In a time when the art of silversmithing was thriving in France, Savary's innate talent and dedication set the stage for what would become a legacy of excellence. As the 18th century transitioned into the 19th century, the Savary firm began to focus on producing high-quality silverware. This transition marked a pivotal moment in the firm's history, as it aligned with the changing tastes and demands of French aristocracy and an emerging bourgeois class. Savary's enduring success can be attributed to several key accomplishments, which have solidified its status as a distinguished silversmith firm - exceptional craftsmanship, innovation in design, royal patronage and collaboration with renowned artists. From its inception, Savary exhibited exceptional craftsmanship that was the envy of its contemporaries. The firm's artisans were known for their skillful use of traditional silversmith techniques, producing pieces with intricate designs and exceptional quality. Savary's pieces were not just functional; they were works of art, representing the epitome of French silversmithing. One of Savary's crowning achievements was gaining the favor of French royalty. Louis-François Savary's exceptional craftsmanship and reputation as a master silversmith earned him the patronage of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette. The royal family commissioned several exquisite silverware pieces, showcasing Savary's extraordinary talent and solidifying the firm's position as a preeminent silversmith. In addition to royal patronage, Savary collaborated with some of the era's most celebrated artists. The firm partnered with Jean-Baptiste-Claude Odiot, a prominent French silversmith, to create a series of exceptional silver pieces that combined Odiot's design prowess with Savary's craftsmanship. The Savary firm's commitment to excellence did not go unnoticed. It received several awards and honors that underscored its importance in the world of silversmithing. The Exposition Universelle, held in Paris in 1855, was a global showcase of art and industry. Savary's work, including their innovative silverware designs, earned them a prestigious Gold Medal. This recognition solidified the firm's international reputation as a leading silversmith. Savary's silverware, characterized by exceptional craftsmanship and innovative design, left an indelible mark on the world of silversmithing. The firm's legacy endures in the form of treasured silverware pieces that continue to captivate connoisseurs and collectors alike. The story of Savary is not just a tale of a silversmith firm but a testament to the enduring artistry and excellence of French craftsmanship in the realm of silver. This magnificent set is an exemplary testament to the quality and luxury enjoyed by 19th century European elite. This set is in extremely good condition. Each piece bears the hallmark of Master French Silversmith "Savary" in addition to the French Government's "Head of the Minerva-1" hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver. The set is of exceptional quality and craftsmanship and includes the original custom made storage chest which could use a light refinishing (length = 55.50cm., width = 36.00cm., height = 41.00cm.,) - all weights and measures approximate: 33 Dinner Knives - Stainless Steel Blades 24.80 cm. 77 grams 36 Dinner Forks 21.00 cm. 81 grams 18 Tablespoons 21.00 cm. 83 grams 17 Luncheon Knives - Stainless Steel Blades 20.30 cm. 40 grams 18 Luncheon / Dessert Forks 18.20 cm. 52 grams 17 Luncheon / Dessert Spoons 18.50 cm. 50 grams 17 Dessert Knives - Sterling Silver Blades 20.20 cm. 58 grams 18 Fish Forks 18.00 cm. 58 grams 18 Fish Knives - Sterling Silver Blades 21.50 cm. 65 grams 18 Oyster Forks 12.50 cm. 33 grams 18 Cake Forks 14.40 cm. 29 grams 17 Ice Cream Spoons 14.00 cm. 35 grams 6 Coffee Spoons 12.00 cm. 18 grams 1 Large Bread Serving Knife - Stainless Steel Serrated Blade 28.00 cm. 70 grams 1 Large Fish Serving Fork 22.50 cm. 115 grams 1 Large Fish Serving Knife - Sterling Silver Blade 26.20 cm. 136 grams 1 Gravy Serving Ladle with Grease Skimmer 18.80 cm. 95 grams 1 Sauce Serving Ladle 18.80 cm. 87 grams 1 Large Pie Serving Knife - Sterling Silver Blade 26.50 cm. 135 grams 1 Large Ice Cream Server 25.00 cm. 131 grams 1 Large Cake Serving Knife 26.20 cm. 136 grams 1 Large Meat Serving Knife 24.20 cm. 71 grams 1 Large Meat Serving Fork 23.40 cm. 78 grams 1 Large Serving Fork 25.80 cm. 128 grams 1 Large Serving Spoon 25.80 cm. 126 grams 1 Large Salad Serving Spoon 26.00 cm. 134 grams 1 Large Salad Serving Fork 25.80 cm. 128 grams 1 Sauce Serving Spoon 24.20 cm. 114 grams 1 Ice Cream / Custard Server 22.50 cm. 103 grams 1 Small Bread Serving Knife - Serrated Stainless Steel Blade 20.50 cm. 44 grams 1 Cheese Serving Knife - Stainless Steel Blade 20.50 cm. 47 grams 1 Small Butter Serving Knife...
Category

Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Puiforcat (Hermes) - 170pc. French Art Nouveau Sterling Silver Flatware Set
By Odiot
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, a Magnificent 170pc. 950 Sterling Silver Art Nouveau Flatware Set with 8 Serving Pieces by the World's Premier French Silversmith "Puiforcat...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Set of Sterling Silver Petit Fours Cutlery, 19th Century
Located in LA CIOTAT, FR
An ornate boxed set of silver cutlery for the serving of desserts or petits fours, comprising a three-pronged fork and a flat-edged spoon. Highly decorative, they date from the late ...
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19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Keller - 198pc Antique French Sterling Silver & Vermeil Flatware Set + Chest
By Gustave Keller Freres
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Magnificent 198-piece Sterling Silver and gold plated sterling silver Flatware Set by One of France's Premier...
Category

1890s Gothic Revival Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold Plate, Sterling Silver

Magnificent Rare Solid Silver Sterling Sauce Boat France Sormani Paris
By Paul Sormani
Located in London, GB
Magnificent Solid Silver sauce boat in the shape of a shell Exquisite workmanship and finely detailed piece with beautifully flowing lines Rarely seen silver by this famous creator ...
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Mid-19th Century Belle Époque Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Jean E Puiforcat Cutlery Flatware Set Art Deco Papyrus Sterling Silver 80 Pieces
By Jean Puiforcat, Puiforcat
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Cutlery Flatware set Art Deco "Papyrus" made in 950/1000th solid sterling silver by Jean E. Puiforcat. All sterling silver pieces are signed and hallmarked for Puiforcat. Typically Art Deco monogram by Jean Puiforcat "LS" on each piece. Are added 20 Art Deco knives...
Category

1920s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver, Sterling Silver

1930 Jean Puiforcat Modernist Tea Coffee Egoiste Set Sterling Silver Rosewood
By Jean Puiforcat, Puiforcat
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Art Deco Modernist tea and coffee egoiste set in sterling pure silver and rosewood by Jean E. Puiforcat created in the 1930s. Service including: - a coffee pot : 9 cm x 9 cm - a tea...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

1930 Jean E. Puiforcat Modernist Tea Coffee Set Sterling Silver Vermeil Rosewood
By Puiforcat, Jean Puiforcat
Located in Boulogne Billancourt, FR
Art Deco Modernist tea and coffee set in sterling pure silver, vermeil and rosewood by Jean E. Puiforcat created in the 1930s. Service including: - a...
Category

1930s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Important Rothschild family French silver presentation plate by Maurice Mayer
Located in Tel Aviv - Jaffa, IL
extremely rare french silver presentation plate/ dinner plate. this important plate is one of the best quality work and engraving i have ever seen in my life, the outer rim is all adorned and ornate with flowers in neoclassical style, and the actual plate is all hand engraved with the most incredible engraving with gold plating on just the engraved patterns what makes the plate looks like the gold plated part is 3 dimensional. This important plate was made in paris by the famous silver master Maurice Mayer...
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Late 19th Century Neoclassical Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Gold Plate, Silver

AntiqueFrench Silver Miniature Sedan Chair 19th Century
Located in London, GB
This is a charming antique French 800 silver miniature sedan chair, Circa 1870 in date. The sedan chair beautifully detailed, the door opens to ...
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1870s Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique Large French Silver Plated Twin Handled Tray by Christofle 20th Century
By Christofle
Located in London, GB
This is a high quality large antique French silver plated butlers tray bearing the makers mark of the highly sought after French silversmith and retailer Christofle, circa 1930 in da...
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1930s Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver Plate

16 art deco silver knife rests
By Benjamin Rabier
Located in Brooklyn, NY
large set of knife rests in stylised animal forms from the 1920/1930's each piece is stamped
Category

Mid-20th Century Art Deco French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Antique French 950 Silver Gilt Enamel Chalice by Placide Poussielgue-Durand
Located in New York, NY
An antique 19th century French solid .950 silver, gilt silver and enamel chalice. Marked in two places with French Minerva high grade silver hallmark ( ...
Category

19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Puiforcat (Hermes) - 246pc 950 Sterling Silver & Vermeil Flatware Set + Chest !
By Emile Puiforcat
Located in Wilmington, DE
The worlds of luxury and craftsmanship often intersect in fascinating ways, exemplifying the pursuit of perfection through design and skill. Two iconic brands that embody this union ...
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Late 19th Century Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Alphonse Debain - 10pc Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Serving Platter Set.
By Alphonse Debain
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a private mansion in Paris, a spectacular 10pc. set (4 oval platters & 6 round platters) of 19th century, 950 sterling silver, Louis XVI serving platters by the one of Frances premier silversmiths "Alphonse Debain", includes 10 anti-tarnish wraps for easy storage, circa late 1880s. The realm of French silversmithing boasts a rich tapestry of artisans whose craftsmanship has left an indelible mark on the world of decorative arts. Among these luminaries, Alphonse Debain stands as a paragon of excellence, his legacy woven into the intricate patterns of sterling silver that define an era. Born in Paris in 1821, Alphonse Debain inherited a city steeped in artistic fervor. The 19th century witnessed a surge in artistic and cultural movements, including the Romantic and Art Nouveau periods, which influenced Debain's artistic sensibilities. Apprenticing under renowned silversmiths of the time, he honed his skills and developed a distinctive style characterized by intricate detailing and a harmonious blend of traditional and contemporary elements. In 1851, Alphonse Debain founded his own silversmithing firm, marking the inception of a journey that would redefine the standards of excellence in French decorative arts. The atelier quickly garnered attention for its commitment to quality craftsmanship and innovative design, attracting a discerning clientele that included aristocrats, royalty, and connoisseurs of fine silverware. The firm's accomplishments are evident in a myriad of forms, from ceremonial pieces to everyday tableware. Notably, Debain's silverware graced the tables of European royalty, earning him prestigious commissions and royal warrants. The exquisite craftsmanship of his pieces earned the firm accolades at international exhibitions, solidifying its reputation as a standard-bearer for French silversmithing. One of the hallmarks of Alphonse Debain's career was the creation of opulent tableware for royal households. His exceptional skills in crafting ornate silver dining sets and ceremonial pieces garnered the favor of monarchs and nobility across Europe. The firm's association with royalty not only elevated its status but also provided a platform for showcasing the finest examples of French silverware craftsmanship. The late 19th century saw a proliferation of international exhibitions showcasing the best of global craftsmanship and innovation. Alphonse Debain's firm consistently participated in these exhibitions, where its creations garnered widespread acclaim. Notable among these exhibitions was the 1878 Exposition Universelle in Paris, where Debain's silverware captivated the attention of an international audience and earned him a gold medal. Alphonse Debain passed away in 1907, leaving behind a legacy that reverberates through the annals of French decorative arts. The firm, however, continued under the guidance of his descendants, maintaining its commitment to excellence. The subsequent generations upheld the traditions established by Alphonse Debain while adapting to evolving design sensibilities. The 21st century has witnessed a renewed interest in craftsmanship and a nostalgia for the exquisite artistry of bygone eras. Alphonse Debain's creations have experienced a resurgence in popularity, with collectors and enthusiasts appreciating the timeless beauty of his silverware. The firm's antique pieces have become coveted items at auctions, attesting to the enduring appeal of Debain's craftsmanship. This is an amazing 10 piece serving platter set...
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1880s Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Jean Despres Silver o.925 Art Deco Brooch
By Jean Despres
Located in Autonomous City Buenos Aires, CABA
Jean Despres was a French jewelry maker and designer best known for his intricate Art Deco jewelry made from semi-precious stones, machine parts, andenamel. Despres' aesthetics were ...
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1930s Art Deco Vintage French Sterling Silver

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Sterling Silver

Lapparra - 327pc. Napoleon III, 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set + Cabinet
By Lapparra Orfèvre Argentier
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Mansion Near Paris, A Magnificent 327 piece (Service for 18) Sterling Silver Flatware Set by Henri Lapparra; «Silversmith to the French Court". The rich history of French silversmithing boasts many illustrious names, but few have left as indelible a mark as the renowned Lapparra family. For over a thousand years, this lineage of skilled artisans has crafted exquisite silverware that transcends mere utility, evolving into a symbol of luxury, artistry, and French cultural heritage. The story of the Lapparra family's silversmithing prowess begins in the early 10th century. By the 12th century, the Lapparra name had become synonymous with craftsmanship, and their workshops produced intricate chalices, candlesticks, and reliquaries for churches across France. The 19th century witnessed the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte and the consolidation of his empire. The Lapparra silversmiths adapted to the imperial tastes, crafting magnificent pieces that showcased the grandeur of the First French Empire, like this amazing 327-piece flatware set. In addition, elaborate tea and coffee sets, dinnerware, and ornate presentation pieces were created for the imperial court, earning the family the coveted title of "Imperial Silversmiths." The Lapparra family's creations graced the tables of Napoleon's lavish banquets and adorned the Palais des Tuileries. Their innovative techniques, set new standards in silversmithing. Even after Napoleon's fall, the Lapparra legacy endured, as they continued to cater to the elite of Europe, from Russian tsars to British nobility. The Lapparra family's enduring legacy extends far beyond their magnificent silverware. Their contributions to the world of silversmithing have left an indelible mark on French culture and the global art community. Their ability to evolve with the times while preserving their commitment to quality and craftsmanship has made them a symbol of artistic excellence. The Lapparra name is not only associated with opulence and luxury but also with innovation and artistic expression. Their influence can be seen in the work of countless contemporary silversmiths who draw inspiration from their rich history. The Lapparra family's legacy continues into the 21st century, as the family's artisans continue to produce exquisite silverware, blending traditional craftsmanship with modern sensibilities. With a renewed focus on custom creations and limited-edition series, they cater to collectors, museums, and connoisseurs worldwide. This set is in extremely good condition and comes with a stunning 5-drawer, marble top storage...
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1890s Napoleon III Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Lapparra - 328pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set + Cabinet
By Lapparra Orfèvre Argentier
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Stunning 328 piece, Louis XVI French 950 Sterling Silver Flatware Set (Service for 24) by Henri Lapparra, "Silversmith to the French Elite", Includes a Magnificent 5-Drawer Wooden Storage Cabinet and 29 Serving Pieces, No Monograms, circa 1920s. The rich history of French silversmithing boasts many illustrious names, but few have left as indelible a mark as the renowned Lapparra family. For over a thousand years, this lineage of skilled artisans has crafted exquisite silverware that transcends mere utility, evolving into a symbol of luxury, artistry, and French cultural heritage. The story of the Lapparra family's silversmithing prowess begins in the early 10th century. By the 12th century, the Lapparra name had become synonymous with craftsmanship, and their workshops produced intricate chalices, candlesticks, and reliquaries for churches across France. The 19th century witnessed the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte and the consolidation of his empire. The Lapparra silversmiths adapted to the imperial tastes, crafting magnificent pieces that showcased the grandeur of the First French Empire, like this amazing 328-piece flatware set. In addition, elaborate tea and coffee sets, dinnerware, and ornate presentation pieces were created for the imperial court, earning the family the coveted title of "Imperial Silversmiths." The Lapparra family's creations graced the tables of Napoleon's lavish banquets and adorned the Palais des Tuileries. Their innovative techniques, set new standards in silversmithing. Even after Napoleon's fall, the Lapparra legacy endured, as they continued to cater to the elite of Europe, from Russian tsars to British nobility. The Lapparra family's enduring legacy extends far beyond their magnificent silverware. Their contributions to the world of silversmithing have left an indelible mark on French culture and the global art community. Their ability to evolve with the times while preserving their commitment to quality and craftsmanship has made them a symbol of artistic excellence. The Lapparra name is not only associated with opulence and luxury but also with innovation and artistic expression. Their influence can be seen in the work of countless contemporary silversmiths who draw inspiration from their rich history. The Lapparra family's legacy continues into the 21st century, as the family's artisans continue to produce exquisite silverware, blending traditional craftsmanship with modern sensibilities. With a renewed focus on custom creations and limited-edition series, they cater to collectors, museums, and connoisseurs worldwide. This set is in extremely good condition with a magnificent wood storage cabinet and an amazing assortment of 29 serving pieces. Each of the main flatware pieces bear the hallmark of the French Government's "Head of the Minerva - 1" Hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver in addition to the Henri Lapparra manufacturer's sterling silver hallmark. Each of the vermeil dessert knives bears a Danish sterling silver hallmark and the manufacturer's hallmark (AR) engraved on the blades. The two salt cellars are by Odiot and also bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark in addition to the Odiot sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark. The Stunning Wooden 5-Drawer Storage Cabinet Measures roughly 81 cm. in Height, 74 cm. Wide and 47 cm. Deep. Each Drawer is Independently Lockable. The Main Storage Chest Holds Approximately 200 Pieces and a Number of Smaller Modern Storage Chest...
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1890s Louis XV Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Odiot & Faberge - 9pc. French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set + 6 Faberge Cups
By Odiot
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Mansion in Paris, a Magnificent 9pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set by the World's Premier French Silversmith Jean-Baptiste Odiot, plus 6 Faberge Im...
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1890s Napoleon III Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Boin Taburet - 322pc Flatware Set + 15pc Platter Set, 950 Sterling & Vermeil
By Boin-Taburet
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from a Private Mansion in St. Tropez, a Stunning 19th Century 950 Sterling Silver and gold plated sterling silver Table Service by Premier French Silversmith "Boin Taburet" consisting of a 322-piece flatware set and 15 piece serving platter set...
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1890s Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Keller - 198pc Antique French 950 Sterling Silver & Vermeil Flatware Set.
By Gustave Keller Freres
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Magnificent 198-piece Sterling Silver and gold plated sterling silver Flatware Set by One of France's Premier...
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1890s Rococo Revival Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Aucoc - 166pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver & Vermeil Flatware Set + Chest
By A. Aucoc
Located in Wilmington, DE
Direct from Paris, A Magnificent 166pc. 950 Sterling Silver and Vermeil Flatware Set by Andre Aucoc "Silversmith to the Kings and Queens of Europe...
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1890s Louis XVI Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Vermeil, Sterling Silver

Hermes, Paris - Equestrian Sterling Silver Smoking Compendium c.1960
By Ravinet D' Enfert, Hermès
Located in Bath, GB
A true gem of a smoking set; of course could be used for many other uses, it makes a wonderful table display. Made from solid French silver having...
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1960s Mid-Century Modern Vintage French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

Antique French Belle Epoque Classical Gravy Boat on Stand
Located in New York, NY
French Belle Epoque Classical 950 silver gravy boat on stand, ca 1910. Boat has ovoid bowl with helmet mouth and raised oval foot with imbricated leaf rim. High-looping and split lea...
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Early 20th Century Belle Époque French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

3-Piece Silver Art Nouveau Centerpiece With Blue Glass Inserts, France Ca 1905
Located in Vienna, AT
Two elegant, festive silver centerpieces on a round, stepped base, bordered by a garland of leaves with a cross band on the lower rim and an egg-bar frieze on the upper rim, on top a...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Antique French Sterling Silver

Materials

Silver

Cartier, Sterling Silver Georgian style Salt and Pepper Pots in original box
By Cartier
Located in London, GB
A truly gorgeous set of Sterling Silver miniature Salt and Pepper pots by the world famous silversmiths, jewellers and watchmakers Cartier. The pepper pots with slightly larger holes...
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20th Century Georgian French Sterling Silver

Materials

Sterling Silver

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