Puiforcat Elegant Silver-plate Art Deco Tea & Coffee Service "Etchea"

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Jean Puiforcat (1897-1945).

Very elegant silver plated and rosewood tea and coffee service set including a tray, teapot, coffee pot, sugar canister and creamer.
Impressed manufacturer’s mark to each piece: Puiforcat France and EP lozenge.
France circa 1986
Elegant "Etchea" tea and coffee service set, originally designed in sterling silver in 1928.
Re-edited from 1986-1990.

Coffee pot: H 5"1/2 x W 9".
Tea pot: H 4"3/8 x W 8"1/4.
Sugar pot: H 3"3/8 x W 5"3/4.
Creamer: H 3"1/2 x W 5"1/4.
Tray: H.1"1/2 x L.27"3/4 x W.15"3/4.

- "Mobilier et Decoration", January 1938, P.100.
- "Jean Puiforcat," by Francoise de Bonneville,P.135.
- "Jean Puiforcat Orfevre sculpteur," by Rene Herbst.

- "Art Deco" Finch College Museum of Art, October 14th to November 30th 1970.
- Galleries, Cranbook Academy of Art, January 19th to February 28th 1971.

This same model was part of the famous Alain Lesieutre Collection, the tea set and a large part of the whole collection was sold on auction in Paris on December 13th 1989.


    Materials and Techniques
    Silver Plate
    Excellent. Some marks on the wood and minor ones on the silver, some scratches on the tray.
    Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading.
    5.5 in. H x 27.75 in. W x 15.75 in. D
    14 cm H x 70 cm W x 40 cm D
    Seller Location
    Los Angeles, CA
    Sold As
    Set of 5
    Reference Number
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