Tétard Frères

Pair of Art Deco Vegtable Tureens by Tétard Frères

Country
France 
Made
circa 1930
Description
Maison Tétard began making silver in the moderne style during the 1920’s under the design leadership of Valéry Bizouard. In 1930, Bizouard was joined by Jean Tétard. Putting it on level with Puiforcat around 1930, was entirely owing to the artistic talent of Jean Tétard, grandson of the company's founder Edmond Tétard. This pair of vegetable tureens are pure Art Deco, with ivory handles and finales.
Materials
Sterling silver, ivory
Dimensions
Width across handles 10-1/2 inches (27cm)
Price
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