Normandie Table Spoon (Silver Plated)

Normandie Table Spoon (Silver Plated)

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On the ocean liner Normandie that linked New York to Le Havre, this flatware, designed in 1934, graced the dinner table for first-class passengers. The model was prized by elegant travelers, its timeless lines reflecting the full modernity of Jean Puiforcat's designs: disciplined architecture, little ornamentation and a disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request in the Puiforcat workshop. The collection now features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables.

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Normandie Table Spoon (Silver Plated)
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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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