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Vermeil Sterling Silver Cake Pie Dessert Spade Knife Foliage Paris 1900








 

    French cake pie dessert spade with sterling silver handle and vermeil engraved blade made b Emile Ziegler in Paris during the 1900's. The sterling silver handles are hallmarked with the head of Minerva french sterling siver guarantee (.800) and the Emile Ziegler mark (1898/1905). 11" length weight 4.33 oz(123 grams). Good condition a few small used and the fitting is slightly twisted as presented on the following pictures.

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For our French-speaking friends: Couteau de service pour les gâteaux, manche en argent fourré 2ème titre 800 et lame vermeill ciselée, vers 1900. Maître orfèvre Emile Ziegler, 1898/1905, EZ et un marteau de ciseleur, 87 rue des Archives à Paris, poinçon de titre : tête de Minerve. Légères usures, emmanchement légèrement plié. Longueur 27,7 cm, poids 123 grammes.

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