Reference: 213851O

Table knife

Collection Molière Mascaron

Designed in 1934, this flatware was chosen for one of the restaurants on the eponymous ocean liner that linked New York to Le Havre. The pure forms and perfect geometry of this silver-plated model showcase Jean Puiforcat’s talent and make it a timeless design. The disc at the end of the handle may be engraved to customize this cutlery set.

L 23 cmL 9.1 in
Sterling silver

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Special finish

The Molière Mascaron collection is also available in gold immersion, upon special request.

Three pieces of cutlery in sterling silver and a gold gilt finish from Molière Mascaron collection from Puiforcat
Details of a piece of cutlery in sterling silver from Molière Mascaron collection from Puiforcat

The Molière Mascaron flatware entered the collection in 1910. In the Regency style, it is decorated with a mascaron, a central element of the period in silversmithing. Placed on the spout of a coffee pot, at the foot of a vase or on the handle of a sterling silver cutlery set, this classical ornamentation is reminiscent of antique faces, sometimes childlike, often intertwined with branches and other vegetal creepers.