An exceptionally beautiful and rare early 19th Century Antique French Sterling Silver Fish/Cake Server by Aimée-Catherine Clerin, active 1807-1819 in Rouen, France.
This beautiful Fish or Cake Server has elegant ebony handle with solid sterling silver blade, very nicely decorated with intricate hand-engraving and Guilloche machine-engraving pattern. A side of the blade is bending to create smoother serving experience. It is finely pierced according to the outline of the flower decoration.
Hallmarked the French Vieillard (Michal-Ange) First Standard mark, which guaranteed 950/1000 purity of solid sterling silver, used in Paris 1819-1838. This is one of the most high quality silver in the world, purer than usual 925/1000 standard. Maker's mark of Aimée-Catherine Clerin, worked at 12 rue Bailleul, Hotel d'Aligre, 1807-1819. Guarantee mark of City of Paris.
Measurements & Condition
12 inch (30 cm) long x 2 5/8 inch (6.7 cm) wide at the blade.
Weight: 4.5 oz (130 grams)
Excellent Estate Condition with minor signs of light use. Some age-related light scratch marks here and there. A few hairline clacks on wooden handle. For the item more than 200 years old this server is in surprisingly good condition. Please refer the detail photos I added.
(Item Reference No.00615)
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Early 19C Antique French Sterling Silver Fish/Cake Server by Clerin
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