Puiforcat Cutlery: the Art of Excellent Silversmithing
Puiforcat Cutlery is uncompromising excellence in each detail. It is all about traditions, heritage and authentic craftsmanship. Puiforcat managed to implement innovating different aspects of manufacturing and meticulous techniques still remaining true to its origins.
Over 200 years of its existence, the brand has become famous thanks to the unique skills of talented craftsmen in working with silver.
The Puiforcat Cutlery workshop was opened in 1820 in the Parisian quarter of Marais.
Over the years this workshop has earned a reputation of one of the finest silversmiths in France. At the very beginning, a such widespread recognition seemed to be just a fantasy for the brothers Emile and Joseph-Marie Puforcat together with their cousin Jean-Baptiste Fuchs.
A small shop-workshop of Puiforcat cutlery in the third arrondissement of Paris did not count on approval of high society thus becoming one of the most demanding silversmiths of the 19th century.
From the very first silver collections, Puiforcat cutlery workshops have been focused on the production of flatware and various luxury goods. Today, unique exhibits, like many years ago, serve as prototypes for modern models, thanks to which Puiforcat has earned a reputation of being the best in silverware craftsmanship.
Royal Puiforcat Cutlery is the finest flatware that was designed in the 18th century by a talented silversmith of those times Nicolas Cornu.
The design was out of common and attracted the attention of many because of its eye catching details and true-to-life lines that accentuated the sophistication, finesse and embellishment of every single piece.
Royal Puiforcat Cutlery was drenched by nobility, expressing the exceptional quality and refinement to the highest degree.
Its helix shaped handles are decorated with delicate curved floral motifs that perfectly demonstrate the greatest ability of the Puiforcat silversmiths. Not surprisingly, Royal Puiforcat Cutlery became the favourite one of Madame de Pompadour and the King Louis XV.
Royal Puiforcat Cutlery is handcrafted in sterling silver and enriches each table setting with its magical elegance.
Every single piece, would be a fork or a knife or a spoon is filed, chased and polished by hand and are crafted in an extremely precise and perfect manner, dedicating a special attention to its details.
The Royal Puiforcat Cutlery consists of 42 pieces that can satisfy each of your surprising demands and special dining exigencies.
Within the classic collection of cutlery pieces like dinner fork, salad spoon or serving ladle, there are as well special items that will definitely emphasize the taste of your delicious and exotic dishes like snails, oysters, lobsters or caviar.
Puiforcat Cutlery Elysee takes its inspiration from the Regency style that was during the period under Louis XV from 1715 to 1760 in France.
The delicacy of this artwork is accentuated by the combination of mat and shiny surface. As well as there are the parts that seem to be almost pulled out and the others to be cut deeply from the inside.
The handles of Puiforcat Cutlery Elysee are embellished with the usage of traditional silverwork techniques that require high precision in order to achieve its characteristic lines.
The particularity of Puiforcat Cutlery Elysee as well as all the other sterling silver flatware collections that it is made from the high percentage of sterling silver that is 930/1000.
The Puiforcat Cutlery Papyrus is a sterling silver flatware from the exclusive French silversmith that underlines that nature is one of the best inspirations to achieve an excelent design.
This Puiforcat Cutlery Papyrus is an elegant creation with plain design that was released in 1929 taking its inspiration from the beauty of a papyrus plant.
Two simple grooves are the hallmark of this Puiforcat cutlery classic décor.
The extension of the handle on the base of the spoon and fork has been conceived to represent the beauty of the Nile Delta in which the plant has its natural habitat.
Puiforcat Cutlery Annecy is a sterling silver flatware inspired by Art Deco style and stands out for its forceful austerity.
All the items from Puiforcat Cutlery Annecy collection like forks and knives were originally designed by Jean Puiforcat in 1930 and have a single ornament, a perfect disc to soften the tip of the handle.
The Puiforcat Cutlery Annecy displays simple forms with postmodern look.
The hand-crafted Puiforcat Cutlery Annecy is characterised by the opulence of its classic grace.
Puiforcat Cutlery Cannes is a sterling silver flatware with classic design and clear lines.
Being famous for the fine symmetry of its design and the solidness, it gives a perfect balance to the overall composition of its forms. It has as well a special detail that is a five rings element that embellishes all the handles.
The famous Puiforcat Cutlery Cannes was designed by Jean Puiforcat specially for his wedding in 1928.
Exquisitely fluted handles and accurate detailing characterize this Puiforcat Cutlery Cannes collection.
The Puiforcat Cutlery Guethary is a stainless steel flatware regardless the modern classic style.
Realeased in 1926 for the very first time, this Puiforcat Cutlery has distinctive design and will accompany you in your everyday dining routine.
Solid design is combined to the harmony of its forms and gives to this Puiforcat cutlery a very modern appearance.
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