Exceptional center of table of the artisan jeans goardère in polished silver tin to the design of a bag from the 1960s-70s. Very original 95% tin design made and hammered by hand.
Beautiful piece that can be used as an ice bucket, cooler. Jean goardère, an artisan and dinandier by training, made utilitarian and decorative objects by hammering from a sheet of copper or tin. Best worker in France in 1955 in terms of prestige and luxury trades, cut good Taste in France in 1969. He created this tin brand in 1938, and his company was often rewarded for its work and creativity.She was taken over in 1985 by jeans salet, her son-in-law. The company will close in 2009 after more than 70 years of existence. This sculptural piece is very rare and very contemporary, we have not found or seen anywhere else. It is signed by the manufacturer.
It is heavy and in very good condition with very little scratch of use. Length 42 cm / 16.5. Width 15.5 cm / 6.1. Height 19.5 cm / 7.7. Sending very neatly in parcels followed and worldwide relay for France.
Remember to group your purchases to reduce shipping costs, after calculation we refund the excess shipping costs. Check out our vintage shop. All our articles are old.Please look at the photos to see its status before you place your order. Do not hesitate to prefer an object that bears the traces of its age to copies, alas many, from China or elsewhere. This item is made of silver plated pewter.