12 old house queilla in solid silver head of minerve circa 1850. The photos are part of the description.Total length: 20 cm, blade length: 10 cm. Minerva punches and silverware pawns on each blade. Some have cracks due to time on the sleeves (see photos). Poincons pq for the queillé house.
The Queillé family, Parisian manufacturers of silver cutlery and tableware during the 19th century, enjoyed a longevity of almost a century, during which the company went from father to son. The punch \"an antique oar between the initials pq\" remains unchanged, except for a few small differences, throughout the duration of the company. The stone-french spoonry queillé i recorded his punch in 1808 and continued his activity until 1834. Pierre-françois queillé ii, a cutler at the 70th suburb of Montmartre, recorded his print on October 23, 1834.
The punch was swhistleed on November 27, 1846. Then eugene queillé, goldsmith, takes over the workshop, settles at 8 small rue Saint-roch-fishier, records his punch on February 11, 1847. 01562 of the warranty archives, bets.
In 1874 the queillés were installed at 11 rue des petits-carreaux in a district of goldsmiths where they continued their activity until 1895, when the workshop was taken over by antoine lapparra. Delivery to the whole world.
The item \"12 old knives house queille in solid silver head of minerve circa 1850\" is on sale since Saturday, January 23, 2021. It is in the category \"art, antiques and objects of the 19th and before\".The seller is \"dianeetdolly\" and is located in saint brevin pines. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.