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table arrangements and bar items from the nobel smithy from France fit into the hub of life. Welcome companions of hospitality determine the unobtrusive line, aesthetics as a requirement of life, enriching the daily lifestyle. Clearly, the canon of the individual collections is separated from each other, varies with light hand ideas and evolves in an unmistakably lively manner. Dining devices which improve everyday life.

  • Ercuis Attraction Elegance in a drop shape, a dazzling appearance with its asymmetrical edge. Exciting arches characterize this bar series.
    Cautiously bouncy the singular pieces are also decorating objects of fetching ease which, in addition to the actual function, stand out with their charming aesthetics. Modern...
  • Ercuis Oléa Filigree ramified silver stripes frame the room, whether as a candlestick or table accessory. Airy combined with glass, the champagne cooler is next to the candle holders the characteristic object of the series. Subtle elegance characterizes the French silversmiths, also the sovereign design of the...
  • Ercuis Saturne As simple as plausible - the horizontal ring adds the tapered silver objects a sparkling dynamic.
    The bar accessories from champagne to vodka continue the long tradition of the French silversmiths in silverware.
    Modern design combined with elegant functionality clears the way Saturn's for stylish...
  • Ercuis Transat The French luxury steamboat 'Normandie' presented at that time an eye-catching design. For this symbol of the luxury and elegance of the 1930s, the silver smithy Ercuis already supplied silverware in the style of Art Deco, as did the competitors Christofle and Puiforcat.
    The bellied use of form...

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Ercuis

A brilliant name among the

French silversmiths. The manufacture Ercuis founded in the 19th century makes beside the traditional cutleries with French air extremely winning and elegant jewels in combinations with exotic woods and semiprecious stones.

In 1867 the silver manufacture

is founded by the priest Adrien Céleste Pillon in a small village to the north of Paris. In the beginnings the company beside cutlery produced mainly silver objects for the church use. Already at the end of the 19th century the brand opened a shop in Paris and adapted also the products to the Paris taste: the main focus moved to cutleries and hollow product for the prospering city. The luxury brand equipped the top hotels in the French Riviera and also delivered later for the oversea steamer Normandy the equipment for the tourist class. This steamboat of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique was not only famous for his speed - the boat gained the cordon bleu on his maiden voyage - but primarily for his luxurious equipment in Art Deco style.

Other equipments of luxury liners

and hotels in top categories followed, until the brand is honored in 1978 by the calling in the Comité Colbert, the circle of the French luxury brands. The company took over in 1986 the Orfèvrerie Ravinet d'Enfert and coutelier Peter, and could so introduce other competence in the company. Ravinet d'Enfert is well known for his exquisit crafted silver hollowware, coutellerie Peter is characterized by combining from semiprecious stones and fine woods with his cutlery. We find a hint to these technologies nowadays in the cutlery L'Insolent from 2005 which subtly connects the materials silver and precious stone with each other. In the same year the luxury brand from Paris with has moved his boutique in the famous Rue Royal in Paris.

Today at many five-star hotels

in the world are equipped with Ercuis cutleries and hollowware. And not least in cooperation with known architects and star-decorated chefs over and over again new sensations are originated, which in many hours in the hands of the experienced masters become masterpieces of the French elegance.

material

silverplated

Silvered objects do not differ optically from massively silver ones. The silver plating is a galvanised surface which is applied on a core from base material like steel, alpaca (German silver) or bronze. Steel is used especially for cutlery from great serial productions which can be produced cost-efficient. We find bronze particularly with candelabras and hollowware, while German silver with high-quality silver plated cutlery. Alpaca is an alloy of copper (Cu), nickel (Ni) and zinc (Zn) and with his qualities similar to pure silver (Ag). Luxurious decors can be exact executed with this base material. The surface is galvanised with silver which quality is given in gramme per 12 table forks and table spoons - which are accepted with 24 dm². Then there occur names as 90, 100, 150, 180, with or without other additions. This designation mainly is use in Germany, objects of other origin have another - or none - name of the silver layer.



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