Puiforcat French Art Deco Silver-plated Tazza with Faux Lapis Lazuli Stem
Large 20th Century Puiforcat Art Deco Tazza or Compote, Made in France
Large 20th Century Puiforcat Art Deco Tazza or Compote, Made in France

Puiforcat French Art Deco Silver-plated Tazza with a Faux Lapis Lazuli Stem

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A large Art Deco compote designed by Jean E. Puiforcat (1897-1945) in the 1930s for renowned silversmiths Puiforcat of Paris; the firm produced the form for several decades during the 20th century. The piece resembles an oversized chalice, resting atop an elegant stepped base with a contrasting column stem of blue and gilt imitation lapis lazuli hard-stone, supporting a smooth flaring silver plate bowl. 

The compote is of substantial weight and in very good condition, measuring 7.13 in diameter x 5.25 in height. Stamped Puiforcat France underfoot with the company's pocket knife mark flanked by EP (for Émile Puiforcat, co-founder of the company) inside a square signifying plated silver.

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