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Empire Sterling Silver Fish Slice Server Paris 1810









 

    French fish slice server in sterling silver with ebaony handle made by Anna Moreau in Paris between 1809-1819. The sterling silver slice wit open work is engraved with leaves and fish and on the back with the monogram PM. The slice is stamped with the 2nd rooster hallmark for the french guarantee of the sterling silver and the AM and Stork hallmark for the silversmith Anna Moreau in Paris.The hexagonal ebony handle can be unscrewed. 14 1/8" length 3 1/8" width 4.02 oz (114 grams).

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For our French-speaking friends: Pelle à poisson en argent massif, Moreau Anna 1809-1819 Paris Paleron ajouré et ciselé de rinceaux et orné d'un poisson et poinçonné au Deuxième Coq du premier titre avec moyenne garantie de Paris, sur l’avers monogramme PM dans un écusson à branche de laurier surmonté d'une couronne de roses et poinçon de maître A.M et une cigogne avec une recense, le manche porte le poinçon du maître orfèvre Anna Moreau et celui de l'association des orfèvre (1784/?) la poignée à pans coupés de bois dur noirci se dévisse. Longueur totale 35,8 cm, largeur 7,8 cm, poids 114 grammes sans le manche.

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