Puiforcat Cercle D'Argent Tea Cup & Saucer
In centuries past, bordered porcelain plates and cup handles were encased in metallic structures. The reinforced porcelain was thus better able to withstand the stresses placed upon it during travel. As a gracious nod to this elegant custom, Cercle D'Argent Tea Cup & Saucer blends the delicate fragility of white porcelain with the hefty nobility of sterling silver. The white Limoges porcelain is surrounded by a ring of solid 930/1000 sterling silver. This exquisite porcelain tableware is customizable upon request: a message to engrave on the metal, a gilded finish and more.
|Dinnerware Piece||Tea Cup & Saucer|
|Details & Care||Dinner services embellished with exceptional materials – such as the Cercle d’Argent collection – require particular care and must be washed exclusively by hand, using warm water and a soft sponge without any strong detergents.|
The House of Puiforcat dedicates its expertise beyond making tableware by cultivating a complete silversmith’s Art de vivre around the art of fine taste and decoration. Showcasing exceptional craftsmanship, Puiforcat offers pieces that hint at its heritage while laying the groundwork for tomorrow's classics.
Dressing the finest tables for nearly two centuries, Puiforcat has served as the silversmith of choice for connoisseurs and collectors of exceptional objects. In the past, porcelain teacups and saucers were encased in metallic armatures. Through this reinforced structure, the tableware better withstood the trials and tribulations of travel and arrived undamaged. The Cercle D'Argent collection lovingly salutes this noble custom by blending the fragile delicacy of white porcelain with the sturdy nobility of sterling silver.
Collection after collection, Puiforcat leads the way for a silversmith “art de vivre”. Through unrivaled expertise in the art of tableware, the House redefines gastronomy at every level, from preparation, to setting, to the time of tasting. Whether in the decorative arts or the “bel-usage”, Puiforcat aspires to honor its century-old experience in all areas of the art of living.