Puiforcat Normandie Spoon for Jam
The Normandie collection and its Spoon For Jam takes us on an exciting journey through time. Travelling upon the ocean liner Normandie that connected New York to Le Havre, this piece of cutlery graced the dinner tables of first-class passengers. Reflecting the timeless modernity of Jean Puiforcat’s designs, this collection features a disciplined architecture, little ornamentation and a circular disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request in the Puiforcat workshop. The Normandie set now features a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables.
|Size & Fit||4.7" long|
Beyond tableware, the House of Puiforcat is dedicated to lending its expertise to the cultivation of a complete silversmith’s Art de vivre. Boasting exceptional savoir-faire, Puiforcat offers elements of its heritage while inventing tomorrow's classics. Pioneers in the art of fine taste and decoration, the artisans at Puiforcat have been dressing the finest tables for nearly two centuries.
On the ocean liner called Normandie that linked New York to Le Havre, this tableware collection, designed in 1934, fashioned the dinner tables of first-class passengers. This timeless line of tableware is a prized model that reflects the full modernity of Jean de Puiforcat’s designs. Including a disciplined architecture, little ornamentation and a round disc at the end of the handle that may be customized upon request in the Puiforcat workshop. The Normandie collection of tableware is accompanied by a comprehensive range of table accessories to exalt refined, modern tables.
Through their many collections, Puiforcat has set the foundation for a silversmith's art of living. Beyond an unmatched expertise in the art of tableware, the House redefines gastronomy at every step, from preparation to setting and on to tasting. With a dedication to honor their century-old heritage, Puiforcat is a pioneer in the art of living whether linked to the decorative arts or the “bel-usage”.