Queillé Silver Sugar Spoon Sprinkler

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Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
20th century
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Sprinkler, sugar spoon in 950/1000 silver, model with trilobed outlines on the lower part of the handle. L.M. monogram. Minerva guarantee mark, 1st title. Goldsmith hallmark from the Queillé factory.

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About the Queillé house:

The Queillé family, Parisian makers of silver cutlery and tableware during the 19th century, has enjoyed a longevity of nearly a century, during which the company passes from father to son. The hallmark "an antique oar between the initials PQ" remains unchanged, apart from a few small differences, throughout the life of the company.
The cuillerist Pierre-François Queillé I recorded his hallmark in 1808 and continued his activity until 1834.
Pierre-François Queillé II, a cutler installed at 70 faubourg Montmartre, recorded his print on October 23, 1834.
Then Eugène Queillé, silversmith, took over the workshop, moved to 8 Petite rue Saint-Roch-Poissonnière, registered his stamp on February 11, 1847. In 1874 the Queilles settled at 11 rue des Petits-Carreaux in a district of silversmiths where they continue their activity until 1895, when the workshop is taken over by Antoine Lapparra.


Style Louis-Philippe, Restauration, Charles X
Century 20th century
Materials Argent massif
Shipping Cost 9
Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
Location 75018, Paris, France

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