"Pair Of Empire Period Cutlery."These flatware dates back to the early nineteenth century. The punch of control is a rooster drawn up for Paris from 1798 to 1809, the master goldsmith is Rousseau Louis Claude whose signboard was "le couvert" at 7 rue Saint Éloi in Paris, his insulpation was recorded in 1803 and his hallmark includes his initials LCR in a rhombus surmounted by an acorn surrounded by two stars. The hallmark of the Paris guarantee is a bearded man's head surrounded by the number 85. These cutlery were identified a few years later and this inventory is materialized by a head of Hermes. The sleeves bear the initials of the owner AT Empire Period. Weight 170 gr.