FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS this particularly attractive Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter or pierced serving spoon by prestigious Parisian silversmith Emile PUIFORCAT, in excellent condition. The design is sharp and crisp Fer de Lance pattern in Renaissance (Neo Gothic) style - highly sought after by collectors, luxury model designed by Puiforcat.

The bowl was nicely pierced in symmetrical pattern with foliage accents. What's extraordinary here is that the monogram on the handle is raised - not hand-engraved. It is highly decorative and having tremendous presence with open wings on its top. As handsome as useful, this gorgeous Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter by Puiforcat would make a real statement. Delightful size of 8.2"/21 cm long. Excellent condition.

Hallmarked French Minerva No.1 Titre mark to guarantee .950 purity sterling silver. This is one of the highest quality sterling silver in the world, purer than standard .925 sterling silver. Maker's mark of Emile Puiforcat. The Maison Puiforcat was established on 1857 at 18, then 16 rue Chapon in Paris. Emile died in 1883 and his successors maintained the same maker's mark, flourished to the one of the most renown Parisian silversmith till today.

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Measurements & Condition

8.2 inch (21 cm) long x 2.4 inch (6.2 cm) diameter at the bowl.
Weight 2.4 oz (68 grams)

Excellent Estate Condition with minor sign of light use. Some light scratch marks commensurate with age. Please refer the detail photos I added.

 

(Item Reference No.00725)

 

 

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PUIFORCAT Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter Model Fer de Lance

SKU: 00725-D163
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