They reflect the thoughts, visions, tastes and physical surroundings of our forefathers. Bring history into your home! Herewith we present you a very beautiful Antique French Sterling Silver Sugar Sifter from early 19th Century. This Sugar Sifter has elegant Double-Fillet contoured pattern on the handle, embellished with highly detailed hand-engraved Coat of Arms, featuring a shield with shell and two "X" shape, crown, and two winged lion supporters with eagle head.
The bowl is finely shaped and pierced a very intricate pattern. It is wholly made of finest quality French sterling silver. 950 purity and weighs heavy 3.24 oz (92 grams). Hallmarked French Michel-Ange (Vieillard) No. 950 purity sterling silver, used in Paris 1819 till 1838.
This is one of the highest quality silver in the world at the time, purer than standard. The maker's mark is that of Bazil Chenaillier , 3 rue de Harlay, worked in Paris since 1807 (date of the mark struck-off is unknown). There are also two silver guarantee mark of Paris. As handsome as useful, this gorgeous Antique French Sterling Sugar Sifter would make a great addition to your collection, or a wonderful gift idea.
Delightful size, can use as a serving spoon or tea strainer, too! Measurements & Condition 8.5 inch (21.7 cm) long x 2.5 inch (6.7 cm) wide at the bowl.Weight: 3.24 oz (92 grams) Excellent Estate Condition. Less than usual age-related light scratch marks. Please refer the detail photos I added. The item must be in its original condition. The cost of returning the item to us is your responsibility.
Thank you for stopping by! All of our items are thoroughly inspected and guaranteed to be authentic. Shop with us with confidence! The item "19C ANTIQUE FRENCH STERLING SILVER SUGAR SIFTER SERVING SPOON TEA STRAINER COAT" is in sale since Tuesday, November 13, 2018.This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (. The seller is "sanrise111" and is located in Rehovot. This item can be shipped worldwide.