Antique silver confituriers or jam pots that come with their own spoons. Sounds so much better in the French . . .

Sterling silver confiturier with a thick cut glass urn with a silver stand with double scroll foliate handles and lid with a wreath handle above a cut-cardwork foliate roundel, gadrooned rim with slots and lower bracing band for twelve sterling silver vermeil sugar spoons with a delicate floral pattern. Square base on four clawed feet with foliate supports. ca. 1819-1938. French. Maker not known. Unidentified maker’s mark on spoons. Image © 2002-2021 LiveAuctioneers and Skinner Auctions. Fair use license. via
Silver gilt round form confiturier, the body with open-work figures in the manner of antiquity, four sphinx feet, two handles, and the socket lid with a sculpted swan finial. Colorless glass liner and 12 silver-gilt spoons. 1819-1938. French. Maker not known. Maker’s marks: Paris warranty stamp for 1819-1838. Image © 2021 Dorotheum GmbH & Co KG. Fair use license. via
Confiturier in silver with the original cut crystal bowl and a silver frame that features twin folate-cast and hinged handles that flank the silver lidded crystal bowl, its rim fitted with a conforming detachable silver collar-shaped spoon holder that holds the ten associated sterling silver spoons. Circular foot decorated with a gadrooned border, atop a square base on scrolled foliate shaped feet. 1823-1838. French. Made in Paris by Charles Antoine Amand Lenglet (1791-1855). Maker’s marks: First standard Paris mark for 1819-1838. Image ©, Inc. 2021. Fair use license. via

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