Georges Briard Porcelain Fancy Free Snack Set with Birds and Elongated Hot Air Balloon - image 1 of 8

Here's a beautiful porcelain snack set from the Fancy Free pattern signed Georges Briard. Briard was the pseudonym used by Russian born artist, Jascha Brojdo, for his commercial art pieces. His products were quite popular in the 1950s and 1960s. This particular pattern of hot air balloons was produced in 1965 and has long been discontinued. Each snack set has a different design.

This snack set features an elongated hot air balloon with a navy and blue striped design and a band of green in the middle. Two birds are on either side near the crown. The snack plate measures 9.25" in diameter. The matching cup in 2.5" tall and 3.25" wide at the rim. The pieces are in excellent condition, appearing to have been used little if at all. No chips or cracks. The foil sticker remains on the bottom which states Hartman Associates, #7, Georges Briard, Japan.

Check out my other ads for complimentary designs in this line. If you purchase more than one set, please ask me for a shipping quote before you pay.

ITEM ID
3746
PURPOSE
Dinnerware
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Alley Cat Lane Antiques and Collectibles

Georges Briard Porcelain Fancy Free Snack Set with Birds and Elongated Hot Air Balloon

$29


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