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Antique French Cutlery 38 pce Boulanger

$469.00 incl. GST

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This really is an astonishing set, so so pretty. The design is opulent on both sides, the more you look at it, the more you see. It is Silver plated and made by the French company Boulanger, famous for creating Ménagères – Cutlery sets. This one is a true antique, dating back to the early 1900’s. In its original box (which shows its age), this set is in fantastic condition. It consists of 12 Forks – L 21.5cm, 12 Spoons – L 22cm, 12 Tea spoons – L 14cm, 1 Ladle – L 33cm and 1 Serving spoon – L 27cm. Vintage / Antique Cutlery sets will be with you for life and will be passed on into the family. The boxed set weighs 4672 grms. Postage from France included.

History:
Vintage sets often did not include any knives at all. Cutlery sets were often given as wedding gifts. To have knives included, met with superstition. Giving the gift of knives, one thought that it would sever the bond between the married couple. That is why you often find sets of boxed knives separately in antique stores. If you wish to complement this set with a set of boxed knives, please check my shop, as I have such a box available right now.

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