Puiforcat Normandie Dessert Spoon, Silverplate
As the Normandie ocean liner that linked New York to Le Havre sailed the high seas in 1934, this flatware graced the dinner tables of first-class passengers. Prized by elegant travelers, this model's timeless lines reflect the full modernity of Jean Puiforcat’s designs. Including a disciplined architecture, few ornamentations and a circular disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request by the artisans at Puiforcat. This collection also includes a complete range of table accessories to exalt the most refined and modern tables.
|Flatware Pieces||Dessert Spoon|
|Size & Fit||17cm Long|
|Details & Care||Silverware and silver-plated metal should be cleaned by hand with soapy water and a soft sponge. After cleaning, items must be carefully wiped with a perfectly dry cloth.|
The House of Puiforcat boasts exceptional savoir-faire as they offer pieces of their heritage while reinventing tomorrow's classics. Beyond designing tableware, they are devoted to cultivating a complete silversmith’s Art de vivre around fine taste and decoration.
The Normandie collection was designed in 1934 to grace the dinner tables of first-class guests as they sailed the ocean liner, that bears its name, from New York to Le Havre. This collection of tableware is prized by elegant travelers everywhere, thanks to its timeless lines that reflect the full modernity of Puiforcat’s designs. Including a disciplined architecture, few ornamentations and a disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request in the Puiforcat workshop.
For close to two centuries, Puiforcat has dressed the finest tables in the world and served as the silversmith of choice for connoisseurs and collectors of exceptional objects.
Collection by collection, Puiforcat is the authentic creator of a silversmith’s art of living. Beyond an unparalleled mastery in the art of tableware, the House reinvents gastronomy at every turn, from preparation to setting and on to the time of tasting. With strong aspirations to honor its century-old experience in all types of art de vivre, they are pioneers in the decorative arts or the “bel-usage”.