19th & 20th Centuries / In very good condition,
1/ Art Deco silver dish, Gallia product or Christtofle France n°4446
In very good condition /Shiny state - no shortage of silver
Silver complete interior and exterior
1 / christofle
2 / gallia
L 36 cm, W 17,5 cm, H 5 cm, / weight 620 grams. .
Origin Paris France
Date 1920 about
2 / Service for 12 people / spoons and forks
Design Felix Cheron for Gallia
All utensils are monogrammed BC or CB according to choice
Medallion with floral decoration
in good condition
The first Gallia products were proposed at the end of the XIX. Century by Alfenide Foundry, where Alfenide is simply another brand for Alpaca or Neusilber), belonging to Christofle since 1888. However, rather than integrating this acquisition, Christofle allowed it to continue to market under its Own brand As a separate entity. An experienced French goldsmith, Félix Cheron, was invited to manage the Alfenide factory.
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Ce serais bien que quand un client donne une adresse de livraison, vous l'envoyez à l'adresse de livraison, car dans adresse de livraison, il y a "livraison" et non pas " va chercher dans un relais"
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