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Léon Lapar and Fouquet-lapar (successor)
(1878-1897), late 19th century
12 table cutlery in solid silver with rococo style decoration.
Together certainly bought in two stages, see in a phased manner;
the models are strictly identical but different hallmarks
(Fouquet-Lapar, successor of Léon Lapar from 1897): identical hallmark but addition of the initials for the successor.
7 forks + 8 table spoons are stamped with the silversmith's mark "a goldsmith's chisel + neck brace title 1".
5 forks + 4 tablespoons are stamped with the silversmith's hallmarks "GFL goldsmith's chisel + neck brace title 1".
12 table forks, 21.3 cm long, 1084 grams,
12 table spoons, 8.5 inches long, 1033 grams.
Total: 2117 grams net
Good state of conservation for very old pieces, no deformations; note notches on the forks, see photos.
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.
Please send your payment within eight days, failing this item put back for immediate sale.
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.
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|Location||31400, TOULOUSE, France|
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