Etchéa - Art Déco 1937 Candlestick

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Etchéa - Art Déco 1937 Candlestick

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The spirit of the Basque Country, a land beloved by Jean Puiforcat, is present in several of the Maison's collections. Including Etchéa - in the Basque language, “etxea” means house - a tea and coffee service designed in 1937 featuring the master silversmith's full Art Deco virtuosity. The sides of the pieces (tea pots, coffee pot, creamer) are sculpted with fine vertical fluting, while the rounded silver-plated metal bellies (also available in sterling silver upon request) make for a harmonious contrast with the rosewood handles adorned with metallic pearls. A refined dialogue between ultimate sophistication and utter sobriety.

Etchéa - Art Déco 1937 Candlestick

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Vendor Item

312535, 312536

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Dimensions (cm)

M W0 x D0 x H14

L W0 x D0 x H18

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Jean Puiforcat

Jean Puiforcat

Jean Elysée Puiforcat (pronounced pwee-for-KAH) (1897-1945) was a French silversmith, sculptor and designer. Puiforcat's silver work had smooth surfaces and was based on the geometric series. He started designing tableware and by 1934 he also had designed liturgical silver. In 1941, he moved to Mexico and started exhibiting in the United States. Puiforcat's name was renowned for the elegant, often mathematical simplicity of his geometric forms and the unexpected combination of flawless metalwork with brilliantly polished hardstones, semiprecious stones, or glass.
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