Seven-piece silver and silver plate tea and coffee set by Cardeilhac

By Maison Cardeilhac (French, founded 1804)


Produced by one of the leading producers of 19th century French silverware, the set features Rococo style forms paired with intricate engravings.


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This outstanding seven-piece tea, coffee, and chocolate set is by Maison Cardeilhac, a renowned French firm specialising in Rococo-style silver tableware and cutlery.

The set is comprised of a silver coffee pot, teapot, chocolate pot, sugar bowl and a milk jug, as well as a large, silver-plated kettle with burner and a silver-plated tray with handles.

Five of the pieces include ebonised wood handles, a design feature implemented to allow for the comfortable and safe use of the pieces. Each handle is beautifully carved in organic shapes, complementing the design of the silver and silver-plated pieces.

The pieces are of bulbous forms synonymous with the Rococo style and more geometric forms have been implemented for the design of the spouts. The pieces are intricately engraved with a coat of arms, adding a personal aspect to this stunning set.   

All pieces are hallmarked and include the maker’s mark.

Comprising a variety of beautiful pieces, this set is both functional and decorative, perfect to be used during a moment of relaxation with friends or family.

Tray: Height 7cm, width 73cm, depth 45cm

Pot on stand: Height 49cm, width 27cm, depth 17cm

Silver weight: 2,850 grams



Artist / Maker
By Maison Cardeilhac (French, founded 1804)
Country of Origin
Date of Manufacture
Early 20th Century
Early 20th Century
20th and 21st Century Design, Rococo
Ebonised Wood, Silver, Silver-plate
Black, Silver


49 cm / 19.3 inches
27 cm / 10.6 inches
17 cm / 6.7 inches


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