ERCUIS



FOR SALE

ERCUIS French Art Deco Silver Plated Tea/Coffee Set 1925


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Started in 1867 by Adrien Céleste Pillon, who was the priest of the village of Ercuis in the Oise, the manufacture of silverware quickly expanded towards "Art de la Table" and took on the name of Ercuis.

For more than hundred years, Ercuis has been found on all the most prestigious tables, including such legends as The Orient Express, The Normandie, The Ritz and The Plaza Athénée. Always faithful to the tradition of exceptional quality, Ercuis are not satisfied with a silver-plating of only 33 microns or 79 grams for 12 table spoons and forks. Ercuis' standard is considerably higher, because they use 63 microns or 150 grams on twelve pairs of table spoons and forks, which gives their cutlery such depth of shine and exceptional durability.

   

The Centaur mark, which guarantees this quality, is found on every piece that they produce in their factory, in the Oise district of France. Because of its very properties, silver is a perfect material for modern living, especially when used in a dishwasher, as it takes on that wonderful patina with each successive wash.

Every year, Ercuis design new patterns which bring fashion, elegance and pleasure to new generations.






Sotheby's - Paris - 29 April 2009

A FRENCH SILVER-PLATED CARVING TROLLEY, ERCUIS, PARIS, EARLY 20TH CENTURY

Sold : 10,625 euro







Artcurial - 23 may 2010 - Paris

Petite verseuse individuelle en métal argenté par la maison ERCUIS en provenance du service NEUILLY du paquebot NORMANDIE.

Price realized : €765


Christie's 8 february 2011 - London

A FRENCH ERCUIS SILVER-PLATED AND ROSEWOOD ART DECO TEA & COFFEE SERVICE
CIRCA 1930 
comprising: coffee pot, teapot, milk jug, sugar bowl and cover and tray; stamped marks to each piece
22in. (56cm.) wide tray

Price Realized : £1,000 ($1,613 USD)

Artcurial - 23 may 2010 - Paris
A silver-plated vegetable dish by ERCUIS of the NEUILLY set from the passenger liner NORMANDIE. Monogrammed CGT (Compagnie Générale Transatlantique) on the lid and the body. H.: 12 cm. W.maxi. : 22,6 cm. In very good condition. - See more at: http://www.artcurial.com/en/asp/fullCatalogue.asp?salelot=1865+++++176+&refno=10307585#sthash.vnAugdTf.dpuf
Price realized : €1,530