Antique French silver centerpiece dish designed with a hammer style finish.
Made in France Circa 1960's
Maker : Jean Després
Sign by the maker is slightly worn off from general use, ( shown in pictures.)
Jean Després was a French jewelry maker and designer best known for his intricate Art Deco jewelry made from semi-precious stones, machine parts, and enamel. Després' aesthetics were largely inspired by his friendships with avent-garde artists, including the Cubist Georges Braque.
Size (Diameter x Height) : 33.7 x 18.8 cm
Approx Weight : 2294 grams
Condition : Has some surface wear and tear from general usage, along with some subtle signs of ageing, no serious damage, good overall condition, please see pictures.
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- Centre de table, Grand centre de table par Jean Després
- Période estimée
- Seconde moitié du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- 2294 g