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Moderne 1900 palmier Fork, 1904

This is a Fork. It was attributed to Paul Follot and made by Maison Cardeilhac. It is dated 1904 and we acquired it in 1998. Its medium is silver. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

It is credited Museum purchase from Morrill Acquisitions Fund.

Its dimensions are

cm: L: 19 x W: 2.5 x D: 1.8

It has the following markings

On base of tines: 2 hallmarks: French First Standard, Tete de Minerve, and maker's mark for Maison Cardeilhac.

Cite this object as

Moderne 1900 palmier Fork, 1904; Attributed to Paul Follot (French, 1877–1941); France; silver; cm: L: 19 x W: 2.5 x D: 1.8; Museum purchase from Morrill Acquisitions Fund; 1998-24-1

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