FRENCH ART DECO LARGE SILVER TRAY OR FISH SERVING TRAY

by Tétard Frères (1903-1939)
France, circa 1920's/1930's


25 ½" wide; 13" long
67.25 ozs.

Large oval silver tray with indentions around the border.

Impressed with Minerve for 950 silver/ Tetard poincon TFres kettle.

Tétard Frères was one of the leading makers of French Art Deco silver. With a long history of exceptional Huguenot silversmithing, Tétard Frères began making silver in the moderne style during the 1920s under the design leadership of Valery Bizouard. In 1930, Bizouard was joined by Jean Tétard. Together they are responsible for one of the finest bodies of French Art Deco silver design.

$7,500 - Inv. #348