The silver plated sauce spoon in the Spatours pattern is ideal for skimming sauces off a plate and can substitute as a fish knife. The flat-bottomed utensil was created for this purpose in 1950 by Paris’ famous Lasserre restaurant. It features generous curves, decorative heels and a slender rounded ridge.
Established in 1830, Christofle created silverware for French royalty, including King Louis-Phillipe and Emperor Napoleon III. Each piece is proportionally balanced and hand finished for unsurpassed beauty and designed for everyday use.