19c Antique French Christofle Silver Figural Toothpick Holder Cherub Baby Rare For SaleAntique French Silver Plated Figural Toothpick Holder
By Charles Halphen / Christofle
Great Condition Baby Cherub Putti Porte Cure Dents
You can't help but fall in love with this figural Antique French Silver Plated Toothpick Holder by Charles Halphen, whose worked for Christofle in late 19C to early 20C. This toothpick holder is just adorable - It features a chubby cherub holding the curved band high, standing on a pedestal stand with two lines of pearl accents. It is very nicely done in marvelous details. He's serious, almost with noble dignity, about serving you and your guests .. toothpicks. I am absolutely sure that your guest will be pleased.It bears the hallmarks "HALPHEN" and CH with goat's head, for Charles Halphen, the cofounder of the Societe Halphen, Paris, France in 1850 and renown Maison Christofle was its principal shareholder. It also marked number "6", probably indicates the quantity of silver.You will not want to miss this Toothpick Holder. It is a great collector's piece and lovely showpiece. Don't miss out!
6 1/4" (16cm) high x 3 3/8" (8.5cm) wide at stand. Weight 13.8 oz (392.3g.) Condition
It is in Very Good Condition. There are some very tiny dents (like dimples) on the surface, but very minor as age, and only noticeable on close inspection. Otherwise in excellent condition and ready for use. Please refer the detail photos I added.
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