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Boin-Taburet & Faberge, - 8pc. French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set + 6 Faberge Egg Espresso Cups - MAGNIFICENT !

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Direct from Paris, A Magnificent 8pc. Antique French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set by one of France's Premier French Silversmith "Boin-Taburet", plus 6 Faberge Imperial Egg Collection Espresso Cups and Saucers in Fine Limoges Porcelain, An Ultra Luxurious Addition to any Stately and Home Absolutely Magnificent, circa late 1890s. Internationally Known Brands, Recognizable Quality,Boin-Taburet & Faberge Elegance and Quality Historically Reserved for the Kings and Queens of Europe, Each Piece in This Magnificent Tea Set has Been Meticulously Hand Crafted in 950 Sterling Silver to the Highest of International Standards, You Can't Go Wrong Buying Quality. Privately Commissioned, This is Truly an Amazing 8pc. Set of Unparalleled Quality and Craftsmanship, Boin-Taburet Elegance and Sophistication Typically Reserved for the French Court, the Traditional Elegance, Sophistication and Quality of Original French 19th Century 950 Sterling Silver, Unparalleled Today. Includes a Rare Set of 6 Faberge Imperial Egg Collection Espresso Cups and Matching Saucers in Delicate Limoges Porcelain. Founded in 1842 by Gustave Faberge, the House of Faberge gained International Fame and Fortune with their Imperial Jeweled Easter Egg Collection, Absolutely Magnificent.

The majestic Samovar (Water Fountain) stands roughly 39.00cm. high to the top of the lid, is approximately 23.00cm. across to the tip of the spout and weights 2,270 grams. It bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Frères sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris" on the underside. The Coffee server stands roughly 21.50cm. high to the top of the lid, is approximately 22.00cm. across to the tip of the handle and weights 698 grams. It bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Freres sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 49213 16" on the underside. The Teapot is roughly 18.50cm. high to the top of the lid, approximately 22.50cm. across from the tip of the spout to the outside of the handle and weights 701 grams. It also bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Freres sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 49208 16" on the underside. The Hot Chocolate server stands roughly 22.00cm. high to the top of the lid, is approximately 21.00cm. across to the tip of the handle and weights 733 grams. It bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Frères sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 51103 17" on the underside. The elegant Sugar Bowl stands approximately 17.00cm. high to the top of the lid, roughly 13.50cm. across to the outside of the handles and weights 560 grams. It bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Frères sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 49665 16" on the underside. The Cream Pitcher stand approximately 11.00cm. high to the top of the handle, is roughly 12.00cm. across from the tip of the spout to the outside of the handle and weights 195 grams. It bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Frères sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 49214 16" on the underside. The sturdy Candy / Biscuit Dish is roughly 6.00cm. high, approximately 15.00cm. in length to the tips of the handles and weights 275 grams. It also bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Frères sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris 48511 16" on the underside. The massive serving tray is approximately 63.70cm. in length, 51.00cm. across at its widest point and weights in excess of 3,100 grams. It also bears the French Government's Head of the Minerva 1 hallmark, certifying a minimum of 950 sterling silver, in addition to the Henin Freres sterling silver manufacturer's hallmark and is stamped "Boin-Taburet a Paris" on the underside. "The Imperial Swan Egg" - Each Faberge Jeweled Easter Egg designed espresso cup and saucer together stand 6.30cm. in height and the saucer has a diameter of 12.00cm. Each is stamped in gold on the underside with the "Faberge" Emblem and "Limoges France". Each cup by itself is 6.00cm. high, has a diameter of 5.50cm. and is stamped in gold on the underside with the "Faberge Emblem" and "Limoges France". There are two Faberge Imperial Egg designs on each espresso cup - one on each side. The Swan Imperial egg design was made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé. Commissioned in 1906 by Tsar Nicholas II, the egg was presented to the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on Easter that year for her 40th wedding anniversary

In 1882 Tsar Alexander III gave his wife Empress Maria Feodorovna a gift of a Faberge jeweled Easter egg. Maria was so delighted with the gift that Alexander appointed Fabergé a "goldsmith by special appointment to the Imperial Crown" and complete freedom to design future imperial Easter eggs. A total of 50 different imperial egg patterns were created. The imperial eggs enjoyed great worldwide fame and international clients included the Duchess of Marlborough, the Rothschild family and numerous European Royalty. This stunning espresso cup and saucer set in Limoges porcelain includes 6 different imperial egg patterns.

The House of Boin-Taburet was established in 1873 by the antique dealer George Bain and the jeweler Emile Taburet. The firm was credited for the revival of interest in Louis XV style silver-work in Paris inthe late 1880s and was awarded a gold medal at the Paris 1889 "Exposition Universelle" for the outstanding quality and craftsmanship of their 950 sterling silver designs. The House of Taburet exhibited 950 sterling silver tableware products in the purest style of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries - table centerpieces with candelabra from the time of Louis XIV, Louis XV soup tureens, tea and coffee sets and collected several awards for the excellence of their designs and craftsmanship. Today these works are cherished by collectors worldwide.
Boin-Taburet & Faberge, - 8pc. French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set + 6 Faberge Egg Espresso Cups - MAGNIFICENT !
$50,728.00 CAD
$50,728.00 CAD

Boin-Taburet & Faberge, - 8pc. French 950 Sterling Silver Tea Set + 6 Faberge Egg Espresso Cups - MAGNIFICENT !

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