A large collection of silverware by Tétard Frères
French, Early 20th Century
Total weight: 29,400 grams
Large trays: height 2cm, width 50cm, depth 40cm
Small cups: height 5cm, diameter 5cm
This extensive collection of very fine silverware was made in France in the early twentieth century by the leading firm, Tétard Frères, and comprises a large number of dinnerware and serve ware items, with a total weight of over 29kg, thanks in large part to the heavy, solid silver dishes included. Tétard Frères was founded in 1880, initially working in the Louis XV style, before switching to a more modern Art Deco manner, crafting traditional pieces in an updated, sleeker style.
This collection comprises: a large round bowl, a deep dish, and a number of circular dishes, of varying diameters and weight. There are also large rectangular silver trays, mustard pots, salt shaker, with and without liners, and a selection of liqueur goblets and coasters. The silver is fully hallmarked, and comes with three, original retail zip-lined cases.