Puiforcat Normandie Dinner Knife, Silverplate
Sailing upon the Normandie ocean liner that connected New York to Le Havre, the Normandie Silver-Plated Dinner Knife once finely graced the tables of first-class passengers. Normandie flatware, designed by Jean de Puiforcat in 1934, is prized by elegant travelers for its timeless lines that reflect the full modernity of Puiforcat’s creations. Includes a disciplined architecture, little ornamentation and a small disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request. The Normandie collection also features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt the most refined, modern tables.
|Size & Fit||23cm 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.|
Through a mastery of craft, the House of Puiforcat reinvents the classics of tomorrow while remaining true to their heritage. Beyond tableware and flatware, the House is dedicated to lending their expertise in order to cultivate a complete silversmith’s Art de vivre around the fine taste and artistic decor. Dressing the finest tables for nearly two centuries, Puiforcat serves as the silversmith of choice for connoisseurs and collectors of exceptional objects.
Gracing the dinner tables of first-class passengers aboard the ocean liner that connected New York to Le Havre, the Normandie collection is prized by elegant travellers everywhere. This design reflects the full modernity of Jean Puiforcat’s style through its timeless lines, disciplined architecture and minimal ornamentation. The Normandie collection features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables. They Include the Normandie Bread Basket, Dessert Spoon, Dinner Knife, Jam Pot, Salt and Pepper Set, Spoon for Jam, Water Pitcher and The 5 Piece Flatware Place Set.
Collection after collection, Puiforcat lays the foundation for a silversmith's art of living. Beyond its unrivaled expertise in the art of table and flatware, the House reinvents gastronomy at every turn, from preparation to setting and on to the time of tasting. And aspires to honor its century-old heritage in all types of art de vivre, whether linked to the decorative arts or the “bel-usage”.