12 oyster / cake forks in silver neck brace goldsmith Joseph Crossard early twentieth (D 0144)

20th century
Second Empire style, Napoleon III style
From: 31400, TOULOUSE, France

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    Goldsmith Joseph Crossard
    36 rue de Montmorency, Paris
    12 solid silver oyster forks;
    the upper parts (the teeth) in vermeil attenuated by use.
    The stems are of empire spirit are embellished by a charming monogram in English M&B script.
    Very good state of conservation and no deformation. see photos.
    Stamped with the goldsmith's punch (the initials ARD + a stick) and that of the neck brace title 1
    length of parts: 13.1 cm
    Net weight of the set: 233 grams
    Other photos are available on request. They are an integral part of the description. The reflections are due to the environment.
    These are second-hand items so they have minor bumps and / or scratches from use, however no deformation or lack of money.

    Conditions of sale

    The item will be well protected and the shipment will be made after receipt of payment.
    The shipping rate includes packaging costs.
    If the package arrives damaged, do not hesitate to file a complaint with the carrier, I will not be held responsible for any mishandling during the transfer of the object.
    On request an invoice will be attached to the package.

    Ref: CX29SOM8ZS

    Condition Very good
    Style Second Empire style, Napoleon III style (Silver Cutlery set of Second Empire style, Napoleon III style Style)
    Period 20th century (Silver Cutlery set 20th century)
    Materials Solid silver
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 31400, TOULOUSE, France
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