J. C. Klinkosch



Manufacturer: Josef Carl von Klinkosch (1822 Vienna – 1888 Vienna)
Date: Austria after 1922
Material: form “Augsburger Faden”, original canteen with interior dear leather lining (H 39 x B 63 x T 43 cm)
Silver hallmarked with Tukan head (800) and master mark “JCK” (J.C. Klinkosch); monogrammed “RKA”, weight without knives 10.330 g

Description: 215 pieces in 5 trays for 12 people: 24 table knives, 24 table forks, 12 dessert forks, 12 dessert knives, 12 fish knives, 12 fish forks, 12 fruit knives, 12 table spoons, 12 dessert spoons, 12 ice spoons, 12 mocca spoons, 12 coffee spoons, , 6 salt spoons
6 salt cellars, 1 soup ladle, 2 sauce ladles, 2 gravy spoons, 2 meat serving forks, 1 fish serving knife, 1 fish serving fork, 2 salat spoons, 1 top spoon, 2 ham serving forks, 1 butter knife, 1 cheese knife, 2 gravy spoons, 1 compote serving spoon, 1 ice serving spoon, 1 asparagus tongs, 1 cake knife, 1 sugar tongues, 1 sugar sifting spoon, 1 tea strainer

Provenance: Swiss private property

Silver cutlery

Silver has been an integral part of tableware since the 18th century. The noble as well as the bourgeoisie used it in the form of cutlery and crockery. In France, the Parisian goldsmith Jean Baptiste Claude Odiot can be mentioned, who received many prestigious orders from Emperor Napoleon I.

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