Forged Parisian spoon from the mid-17th century, silver

Objektnummer: #379

PARIS 1642-1643

Maker: Claude II de Paris

Became master silversmith in 1643.

Lived on rue de la Pourpointerie, parish of Saint-Jacques-de la Boucherie

Weight: 53.7 g – length: 17.7 cm

Former Henry VIGUIER collection
Sale of the Hôtel Drouot on December 22, 1982 under catalog number 12

Collection: Marcel Sztejnberg


Detaillierte Informationen

Forged silver spoon, the spoon attachment in the shape of a spearhead. The flat handle is engraved with a coat of arms attributed to Guillaume de Bouexic, sieur de la Pommerais. Was appointed Ordinary of the Royal Chamber in 1634. The family came from Brittany.