Sterling silver

While the Marquise de Sévigné marveled at the sumptuous silver furnishings adorning the King’s State Apartment and the Hall of Mirrors in the Palace of Versailles, Louis XIV had no recourse but to melt down the palace’s silverware to finance his costly wars. The royal silversmiths, thus constrained, developed elegantly classic creations, such as this cutlery. Its reissue in sterling silver, with a simple décor, stands out for the purity of its design. Its curved silhouette reflects the light of a sparkling century.

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