Great items for the holidays. Festive, different from the norm and signed by a famous person. Very nice family scene from the Country Tradition Collection. They are stoneware and 10.5 in. diameter. These are unavailable anywhere I have looked on the internet.
Georges Briard Sonata 11 In Round Tray Plate Platter
Vintage Mid 20th Century Eames Era 40s, 50s, 60s Glassware. Decorated with Detailed Gold Gilt Birds. Clear glass, Scalloped raised rim, Starburst base. Signed just below the center. Measures 11 3/8 inches diameter X 1 inch high. No chips, cracks. Gold is very nice. Scratches are few and minuscule. Beautiful 1940s, 1950s, 1960s serving platter.
Georges Briard Square Salad Or Serving Plate Tray - Signed
This is a nice salad or small serving tray. Measures 7 3/4 inches square. Heavily decorated with gold over clear textured glass. It is signed by Georges Briard in one corner. It is in perfect shape with no chips or cracks.
George Briard Condiment Set--This 3 piece set consists of a walnut wood tray which measures 5 1/2 inches wide x 11 inches long and 2 rectangular ceramic dark green dishes at 6 inches long--Briard was a famous designer during the 1950s-1960s--Good condition--Marked George Briard 930 USA
Georges Briard Persian Garden Large Serving Bowl Tray - Signed
This is a nice Georges Briard Persian Garden serving bowl, perfect for anything from chips to salad, vegetables, even spaghetti! Sides flare out. Measures apx 15 inches long, 10 1/2 inches wide, 2 1/2 inches tall. Heavily decorated with gold over clear textured glass. It is signed by Georges Briard in one corner. It is in perfect shape with no chips or cracks.
Georges Briard Persian Garden Serving Tray - Signed
This is a nice Geroges Briard Persian Garden serving tray, salad or vegetable bowl. Measures 11 1/2 inches long, 6 1/4 inches wide, 1 1/2 inches tall. Heavily decorated with gold over clear textured glass. It has a raised edge to it, so you can put anything from chips to salad in it! It is signed by Georges Briard in one corner. It is in perfect shape with no chips or cracks.
Georges Briard Forbidden Fruit Glass Dish Tray Vintage
Bright white milk glass oblong dinnerware serving bowl or relish tray or server decorated in the Forbidden Fruit pattern designed by Georges Briard. The center holds a large Pear and is surrounded by flowers and various medallions all in gold gilt and black over the white glass. The front is not signed but the back holds a sticker which says: Like the smooth, white glass produced by the Egyptians, this piece of Guild Glass is hand-blown and hand-bent. It's shape and decoration, triumphs of modern functional craftsmanship, accent the elegance of this hand-printed Georges Briard contemporary design. It represents our effort to preserve the values intrinsic in man-made works of art. Glass Guild Measures: 5 3/4 inches X 8 1/4 inches X 1 1/2 inches deep. No chips, cracks, stains. The gold has a few very minuscule light scratches. This is a super nice piece and a Great example of 1940s and 1950s Glassware art work. Super decorative item for the Eames Era Decor!
This beautiful white mosiac tiled dish with gold tiles inbetween and 2 orange decal tiles is signed by Georges Briard. According to A Collector's Guide to Anchor-Hocking's Fire-King Glassware, volume 2, Georges Briard is a fictitious name chosen by artist and glassware designer Jascha Broido and his friend Max Wille. Jascha Broido was born in the Ukraine, emigrated to the United States and attended the University of Chicago Art Institute. After being discharged from the Army in 1947, he went to work for Max Wille selling decorative items and eventually started Georges Briard Design. Pieces of Georges Briard are easy to identify; most of his work was done in 22k gold and will always have his signature. You will find Anchor-Hocking casseroles, serving dishes, and glasses with art work signed by Georges Briard. The orange decal tiles have a gold leaf design with a crown in the center and his signature underneath both tiles, which show slight wear from washing. In very good condition, the back has some scratches and tape was applied to the 4 corners not to scratch a wood surface but it could be removed and it measures 11 1/2 inches by 11 1/2 inches. An addition to any Mosiac Tile or George Briard Collection. SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.