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CHRISTOFLE - Modèle Marly - ménagère en métal argenté 135 pièces
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Period :
20th century
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CHRISTOFLE - Modèle Marly - ménagère en métal argenté 135 pièces

Christofle flatware "Marly" silver plated pieces
original acajou meuble in English style
A -pieces silver plated flatware set in the Marly pattern includes service for 12 guests and comes with a storage chest. Contains 12 of each of the following: dinner spoons, dinner forks, dinner knives and coffee spoons and Moka spoons. Marly, named after a no-longer-standing pleasure palace built by Louis XIV outside Paris, has been one of the most detailed and ornate patterns in the Christofle’s catalog since it was created in 1897. The fine chasing is an exquisite example of Rocaille with its asymmetrical crawling plant and shell motifs.

Launched in 1890, this pattern expresses the lavish refinement of the French table. With its natural decoration and voluptuous curves, Marly is characteristic of the Louis XV style.

This flatware is comprising:
- 12 table forks
- 12 table spoons 21 cm
- 12 table knifes 24 cm
- 12 dessert spoons 17 cm
- 12 dessert knifes
- 12 dessert forks
- 12 fish forks
- 12 fish knifes
- 12 coffee spoons
- 12 forks snails or entrements

Marly, named after a no-longer-standing pleasure palace built by Louis XIV outside Paris, has been one of the most detailed and ornate patterns in the Christofle’s catalog since it was created in 1897. The fine chasing is an exquisite example of Rocaille with its asymmetrical crawling plant and shell motifs.
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One ladle
One cake pie server
One spoon server
18 serving pieces more details on request

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Antique Silver