Offered by Emmanuel Redon Silver Fine Art
Silverware and Silversmith of the 19th and 20th centuries
Cutlery set in SILVER & VERMEIL Hallmark MINERVE, 220 late 19th century pieces in its wooden box, with a bottom and four drawers. ROCAILLE model, signed by the Goldsmith Victor BOIVIN in Paris. He took over the workshop of his father, the goldsmith Jules Boivin (active from 1862 to 1881) Victor is also the brother of the famous jeweler René Boivin and the brother-in-law of Jeanne Poiret, the sister of the couturier Paul Poiret.
• 24 table forks
• 24 table spoons
Drawer N°2 :
• 24 spoons for entremet/dessert
• 24 forks entremet/dessert
Drawer N°3 :
• 36 table knives steel blade
Drawer N°4 :
• 24 cheese knives steel blade
• 24 dessert knives with vermeil blade
Bottom of the box N°5 :
• 24 table forks
• 12 table knives
• 2 sauce spoons
• 2 pieces of salad service
Net weight of cutlery: 9.672 grams
Knives gross weight: 6.768 grams
Total weight: 16 kgs 440
Delevery information :
DELIVERY: regarding the shipping, we can agree on a price including shipping and insurance
Only import taxes applicable in each country are payable by the consignee.
Packaging and transport monitoring are provided by professional carriers spezialised in works of art.
Transport takes place as follows:
1/ A descriptive invoice of the piece is sent to you by e-mail with the address of the carrier.
2/As soon as we have received the transfer of the full payment of the purchase , the shipping is launched and you are informed of the time of delivery.
3/Upon receipt of the package, you must check the condition of the piece and advice the carrier making the delivery to make use of insurance in case of any damage during the travel : without this process, the insurance can not be activated. Evidently, all our pieces always arrive in perfect condition but it is preferable to follow this approach.
2 200 €