THIS PIECE IS SOLD WITH THE 4 DISHES IN THE MODEL
Rare silver soup tureen, cover and stand know, as "La soupe de légumes", by Charles Christofle designer Léon Mallet
The circular tureen on four turnip-shaped feet, the bulbous body, with hammered finish, decorated around the rim with root vegetables and applied with two leaf-shaped handles; the domed cover with a cabbage-shaped finial; the stand applied with similar vegetables comprising turnips, celery and parsley on matted ground.
Height of tureen: 18 cm; diameter: 20 cm.
Diameter of stand: 37 cm.
Total weight : 3450 gr.
Medium : First silver standard.
Hallmarks and stamps: Minerve on all; on turren: CHRISTOFLE ORFÈVRE / 3278 EX / ARGENT MASSIF maker's mark: 'C bee C and engraved 2500; on the stand: CHRISTOFLE ORFÈVRE / 3279 EX / ARGENT MASSIF and maker's mark 'C bee C' and 1060.
Period : the model was created in 1896 for an agricultural competition and presented at the 1900 Paris International Exhibition.
Origin: France, Paris
Delevery information :
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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.