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A French Silver Pitcher by Emile Puiforcat, Paris

A French first standard silver pitcher by Emile Puiforcat, Paris, late 19th / early 20th century. Typical spreading baluster form, with floral sprays issuing from handle over a gadrooned base raised on a circular footed base, The ewer is very large, beautiful ornate motif, with an applied handle with figural nature motif . The bottom part of the ewer body is decorated with a nice motif. The makers mark is on the base edge. This is a very nice piece, with a gorgeous touch for home. The weight is 55 troy ounces. Measuring 14 and 1/4 inches in height and 11 inches in length.