In the Beginning of his career, Italian Goldsmith Mario Buccellati (1891-1965) carried on a family tradition dating back from the early 18th century. In 1919 he opened his shop in Milan, and was the first among Italian Goldsmiths to to open a shop in New York and later in Palm Beach. As his popularity gained, his clientele came to include the Vatican and the Royal Courts of Europe, leading to his nickname, "The Prince of Goldsmiths". This desirable Buccellati flatware pattern is discontinued.Superb French Empire by Buccellati Italy sterling silver dinner flatware set - 74 Pcs. This exceptional service is comprised of12 Dinner Knives, 10"
12 Dinner Forks, 8 1/2"
12 Salad Forks, 6 3/4"
12 Teaspoons, 6"
12 Place Soup Spoons, 6 3/4"
12 Cream Soup Spoons, 6 1/2"
1 Vegetable Serving spoon, massive, 8.7 ozt, 11 1/4"
1 Pea Spoon w/pierced shell bowl, 8 3/4"
Includes Bonus brand new storage chest. Excellent condition, not monogrammed. This set will be beautifully professionally polished and sealed in individual plastic sleeves prior to shipping. This is a rare opportunity.
- Item Number1566921526ConditionExcellentHave a question?
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