Puiforcat Normandie Jam Pot
Designed by Jean de Puiforcat in 1934, the Normandie Jam Pot is prized by elegant travelers for its timeless lines that reflect the full modernity of Jean Puiforcat's designs. Sailing the Normandie ocean liner that connected New York to Le Havre, this elegant piece of tableware graced the dinner table of first-class passengers. The Normandie collection stands out for its disciplined architecture, minimal ornamentation and the small disc at the end of the flatware handles that may be customized upon request in the Puiforcat workshop. This collection also features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables.
|Home Décor||Condiment Pot|
|Size & Fit||4.4" H x 2.9" D|
With great savoir-faire, the House of Puiforcat offers timeless pieces of its heritage while inventing tomorrow’s classics. Beyond tableware, the House dedicates their experience to cultivating a complete silversmith’s Art of living around the art of fine taste and decoration.
The Normandie collection was selected to grace the dinner tables of first-class passengers as they sailed the Normandie ocean liner that linked New York to Le Havre. Prized by elegant travelers, this model's timeless lines, disciplined architecture and minimal ornamentation reflect the full modernity of Puiforcat’s designs. The collection also features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables.Through works that span nearly two centuries, Puiforcat lays the groundwork for a silversmith's art of living. Beyond unrivaled expertise in the art of tableware, the House reinvents gastronomy at every step of the way, from preparation to setting and on to the time of tasting. Aspiring to honor its century-old experience in all types of art de vivre, Puiforcat is a true innovator in the areas of the decorative arts or the “bel-usage”.