Puiforcat Service thé et café Sphère

Tea and coffee set Sphère

Geometric flawlessness

In addition to the exceptional collection of antique silverwork from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries exhibited in the Louvre – which includes the famous Anne of Austria Beaker from around 1645 – Puiforcat’s heritage encompasses a rich catalogue of pieces by master silversmith Jean Puiforcat. His aesthetic and “visionary” work had a lasting influence on the Art Deco period and the culture of the House of Puiforcat, as it paved the way for contemporary silversmithing.

Sterling silver

Sphere détail

Puiforcat often reproduces some of the most remarkable creations by the designer-silversmith who wrote the most beautiful pages of the House’s history or draws its inspiration from his admirable repertoire. For instance, the Sphère tea pot, designed in 1928, ten years after Jean Puiforcat joigned the family business. The elaborate composition of geometric shapes combines sterling silver and solid wood. Viewed from the side, it plays on the intersection of the teapot’s orbicular body and square handle.

Sphere savoir-faire

This two-cup teapot is now part of a complete and set that also includes a two-cup coffee pot, a six-cup teapot, creamer and sugar bowl.

Sphere ambiance
A comme Art déco

Art deco

The Maison's stylistic DNA


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