Silver flateware crafted by the Edmond JAMET (French silversmith actif in Paris from 1831 to 1847). The set includes 122 sumptuous serving pieces in a wooden box with its original key. The service boasts an elegant decoration of naturalistic and animal motifs such as openwork foliage, rinceau and floral motifs in Louis XV style.
The set comprises:
- 16 table cutlery
- 12 dinner knives with silver handle and steel blade
- 12 dessert cutlery
-12 dessert cutlery with silver handle and steel blade
- 12 dinner spoons
- a sugar tong
- 12 oyster forks
- 4 silver hors-d'œuvre
- 4 coffee spoons and a ladle
- a soup ladle
- a silver haunch handle
- a carving set with silver handle and stainless steel blade
- a fish set with silver blade and silver handle
- 1-piece mother-of-pearl salad server with silver handle
Each utensil is housed in a custom-fitted chest, and hallmarked with monogram, "Paris" and several marks:
- Minerve mark
- Silver 1st title (after 1838)
- manufacturer mark in a diamond
- Edmond JAMET silversmith mark.
The knives are marked "Stainless Steel".
Weight: 6379,5 gr.
Dim: W: 18,5 in - D: 11,8in - H: 8,3in.
Dim: L:47cm, P:30cm, H:21cm.
In overall good condition, with minimal spotting. Complete.