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Christofle - 3-piece Coffee Tea Set
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Ref : 111160
2 900 €
Period :
20th century
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Sterling silver
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Christofle - 3-piece Coffee Tea Set

Rare 3-piece tea service in excellent condition from the famous Christofle house
The set has been completely restored by a goldsmith
Perfect shine, no dents, deformations, scratches
No play in the handles or in the lid hinges
Interiors perfect pieces
Christofle and Cardeilhac in Paris goldsmith hallmarks on each piece
Mercure hallmark (export) 1st title (950/1000th)
The service consists of:
A 17 cm high teapot weighing 897 g
A 13 cm high covered sugar bowl weighing 778 g
A 9 cm high milk jug weighing 304 g

Total weight of 1979 g

History of Maison CHRISTOFLE (1830 - ...) Charles Christofle founded the company in 1830 The symbol is "OC with a bee and 3 stars "The Emperor Napoleon III ordered, from 1851, official table services of the Empire from Christofle. Its titles of Goldsmith to the King and Supplier to the Emperor will allow the house, which has become famous, to be solicited by foreign sovereigns such as the Emperor of Mexico or the Tsar of Russia. Today, the brand which perpetuates its notable orders, is also a supplier to the Palais de l'Elysée in Paris.

History of Maison Cardeilhac Goldsmith established by Antoine-Vital Cardeilhac in 1804 and located at 4 rue du Roule. It records hallmarks in 1817, 1820 and June 20, 1829. The symbol is "a crowned cross of the Legion of Honor and a crescent below". The house was run from 1851 to 1885 by his son Armand-Edouard. In 1885 Ernest Cardeilhac, his grandson, took over the management of the house. It is with him that the production of gold and silver pieces begins. Amélie, widow of Armand-Edouard Cardeilhac, continued the activities of the house from 1904 to 1913 at 24 place Vendôme for the manufacture of gold and silver and from 1904 to 1920 at 91 rue de Rivoli for goldsmithing. Then in 1920 Ernest Cardeilhac's two sons, Jacques and Pierre, took over until 1951 when the company was merged with Christofle.

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