Christofle modèle Boréal - Soup spoons (12) - Silverplate

Description
Christofle modèle Boréal - Soup spoons (12) - Silverplate
France - Second half 20th century

Set of 12 soup spoons, Christofle Boreal pattern, silver-plated metal.

Length: 20.5 cm

Beautiful shine (tiny scratches)

Sold without the original presentation box.

CHRISTOFLE is a French goldsmith and tableware company, established in Paris in 1830 by Charles Christofle.

The company is famous for having introduced electrolytic gold and silver plating in France in 1842. The company was acquired in 2012 by one of its shareholders, the luxury group owned by the Chalhoub family.

Christofle’s manufacturing is entirely handmade according to traditional techniques. The precious crafts of metal spinning, planishing, chiselling and engraving, perpetuated by Master silversmiths and ‘Meilleurs Ouvriers de France’ immortalise the qualities of elegance and excellence of all Christofle pieces. It is this irreplaceable know-how perpetuated by highly skilled craftsmen, passed on from master to student, which constitutes Christofle's living heritage. True “Trésors vivants”.

Lot details
No. of items
12
Object
Soup spoons
Material
Silverplate
Designer/ Artist
Christofle modèle Boréal
Estimated Period
Second half 20th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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