Fruit / punch spoon in solid silver hallmark old goldsmith Antoine VAUTRIN late nineteenth

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19th century
Louis XV style, Transition
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From: 31400, TOULOUSE, France

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    Antoine Adrien Vautrin
    Inspected in 1824 and struck out in 1838
    12 rue du Chapon, Paris
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    Elegant solid silver punch / fruit spoon;
    large spoon with double spout (10.3 cm x 6.5 cm), the stem (22.5 cm) is partly twisted
    its base is smooth and oblong, pleasant in the hand.
    It is in excellent condition (see photos);
    Coin struck with the old man's mark
    Weight 48 grams
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    Other photos are available on request. They are an integral part of the description
    These are used items so they have minor bumps and / or scratches from use,
    however no distortions or lack of money.

    Conditions of sale

    The item will be well protected and the shipment will be made after receipt of payment.
    If the package arrives damaged, have it noticed and file a claim with the carrier.
    On request an invoice will be attached to the package.

    Ref: X5T6RDK7Y8

    Style Louis XV style, Transition (Cutlery of Louis XV style, Transition Style)
    Century 19th century (Cutlery 19th century)
    Manufacture / Brand Orfèvre antoine Vautrin
    Materials solid silver 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 31400, TOULOUSE, France

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