THIS VERY BEAUTIFUL Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter is presented here for your consideration. It finely crafted by Antoine-Adrien Vautrin, active 1824-1844, Paris. The decoration is in gorgeous Neo-Classical style, including foliage scrolls, double-fillet contoured border and pearl dots. The bowl is beautifully and deeply formed shell-shape, having lovely piercing pattern of twisted tear drops. The handle is remain free from any form of personalisation.
As handsome as versatile, this fabulous Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter would make a great addition to your collection. Don't miss out!
Hallmarked the French Minerva No.1 mark (twice), which guarantees .950 purity solid sterling silver, used in Paris since 1838. Maker's mark of Antoine-Adrien Vautrin, active 1824-1844, at 12 rue Chapon in Paris.
Measurements & Condition
7.6 inch (19.3 cm) long x 2.5 inch (6.3 cm) wide at the bowl.
Weight 1.53 oz (43.4 grams)
Very Good to Excellent Estate Condition with minor signs of light use. A small hairline dents on the back of the handle to note. Otherwise in quiet excellent shape. Please refer the detail photos I added.
(Item Reference No.00577)
Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter by Vautrin
Returns are accepted within 30 days of receipt. The item must be in its original condition. We will issue a full refund on receipt, including the original delivery charge. The cost of returning the item to us is your responsibility.
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