Durosseau Raynaud - Tea set (4) - Empire - Silverplate

Durosseau Raynaud - Tea set (4) - Empire - Silverplate
France - XIXth century

A tea and coffee set on four feet, French Empire style, with a tray, entirely made of silver-plated metal.

The set consists of a teapot, a coffeepot and a sugar bowl, hallmarked Durousseau & Raynaud (see pictures).
The spouts have an eagle's head shape, the feet have a lion's paw shape with junctions adorned with palmettes. The handles are ringed with bone. The lids are adorned with a pine cone.

The tray with handles is adorned with palmettes, hallmarked ‘Métal Blanc’ (white metal).

- Tray: Length: 52 cm - Width: 34 cm - Depth: 1 cm.
Weight: 2,140 g.
Weight of silver: 50 g.

- Coffee pot: Height: 30 cm - Length: 25 cm - Width: 11 cm.
Weight: 1,170 g.
Weight of silver: 30 g.

- Teapot: Height: 27 cm - Length: 25 cm - Width: 13 cm.
Weight: 1,075 g.
Weight of silver: 30 g.

- Sugar bowl: Height: 21 cm - Length: 15 cm - Width: 12 cm.
Weight: 674 g.
Weight of silver: 20 g.

Packed with care and secure shipping via Colissimo.

Lot details
No. of items
Tea set
Designer/ Artist
Durosseau Raynaud
Estimated Period
XIXth century
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
30×25×11 cm
5059 g
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