A French silver table service of flatware with export mark for the period 1839 - 1879, by Etienne-Henri Sanoner, post 1852
Lot 165Y
A French silver table service of flatware
with export mark for the period 1839 - 1879, by Etienne-Henri Sanoner, post 1852
£4,000 - 6,000
US$ 6,700 - 10,000
Lot Details
A French silver table service of flatware
with export mark for the period 1839 - 1879, by Etienne-Henri Sanoner, post 1852
Shaped Fiddle pattern with thread edge, initialled, comprising: thirty table forks, eighteen table spoons, four salt spoons, a mustard spoon, a sauce ladle, two serving spoons, a soup ladle, a carving knife and fork, a pastry slice and a pair of salad servers, with ivory bowl and tines, eighteen table knives, with later replaced English stainless steel blades, together with the following pieces with thread and scroll borders and shell terminals, further embellished with trailing leaf and berries, initialled oval reserve, comprising; twelve dessert forks, twelve dessert spoons, eighteen dessert knives, a serving spoon, a sifter spoon, a pair of sugar tongs, with claw grips and a matched strainer, all contained in a leather covered box, with brass handles and lock, with three fitted lift-out compartments, weight of weighable silver excluding knives 186oz.
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