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"Chantaco" dessert fork, silverplated by Puiforcat

US $ 113.07
plus shipping cost Prices based on destination U.S.A.
Item no. 32682
approx. 4-5 weeks delivery time
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Product characteristics:

  • L7''
  • Silverplated, entirely handmade
  • Suitable for the dishwasher
View entire product range Puiforcat Chantaco silverplated cutlery
  • L7''
  • Silverplated, entirely handmade
  • Suitable for the dishwasher
A masterpiece of Art Deco: The silverplated “Chantaco” cutlery by Jean Puiforcat – a 1924 design – is a good example of the refined creations that the famous silver manufacturer Puiforcat produced in the 1920s.
“Chantaco” combines aesthetically pleasant proportions with a clever balancing of overall weight.

Characteristic of the Art Deco design is the distinctive fluting of the handles that produces a sophisticated interplay of light and shade.
A typical feature for the Jean Puiforcat designs from that period is the three-pronged fork and the spoon’s oval-shaped bowl. The overall concept of the knife was also revised: The entire handle is now the same width as the blade.
  • approx. 4 weeks delivery time
  • The shipping costs for the destination U.S.A. are US $ 35.00.
  • Artedona ships globally, mainly with UPS. Within Germany you can also choose to have your order shipped with DHL. Available shipping options are shown during check-out.
  • For your inquiries, please call us at +49 (89) 45 69 20 66.

Care instructions for sterling silver and silverplated flatware
Before first use, wash by hand with a sponge in soapy water. Then wipe immediately with soft, dry cloth.

Puiforcat flatware is dishwasher safe providing the following recommendations are followed:

  • The knives are washed in the dishwasher basket, blade downward to let the water flow easily over the blades.
  • The machine door is opened at the end of the cycle to avoid condensation marks on the blades.
  • The flatware that has been in contact with acid food (salad dressing, lemon, egg, fruit…) is rinsed as soon as possible in warm water.