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A set of four silver dishes by C. Christofle designed by Joseph JOINDY (1832-1906)
Comprising two shaped-oblong and two shaped-circular dishes; the oblong dishes one decorated with fishes and celery, the other with duck,, woodcock ans root vegetables; the circular dishes decorated with turnips, carrots and mushrooms.
Length of the fish dish: 39 cm.
Length of the game dish: 50 cm.
Diameter of the circular dishes: 33,5 and 35 cm.
Total weight: 6400 g.
Medium: 1rst silver standard.
Hallmarks and stamps: Minerve on all. On the oblong dishes: CHRISTOFLE ORFÈVRE / maker's mark ‘C bee C ' / 1954 on underside of larger dish / EX / 3348 and 4423.
For the circular dishes: one stamped CHRISTOFLE ORFÈVRE / maker's mark ‘C bee C' / 3309 / ARGENT MASSIF / EX; the other one (D. 35 cm.) stamped 4422 / maker's mark 'C bee C' and Minerves scratched / 1110.
Period: presented at the 1900 International Paris Exhibition
Origin: France, Paris
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