Pristine collection of white, gold, and orange Georges Briard. If you love Jonathan Adler, this set is for you because I swear Georges Briard is Jonathan Adler's brother-from-another-mother. Like Adler today, Briard designed whimsical geometric patterns that elevated the 1950s living room and kitchen. His luxe glassware and entertaining pieces were carried by Neiman-Marcus and Bonwit Teller. Today, his pieces are highly collectible because they're timelessly chic and fun too. Whether your style is mod, Hollywood regency, or bohemian, this collection works!
- Georges Briard tumblers, Regalia pattern featuring crown and palm fronds, set of 5, vintage, from the 1960s, excellent condition with signature intact on all (4"d x 4.25"h)
- Georges Briard highballs, Regalia pattern featuring crown and palm fronds, set of 8, vintage from the 1960s, excellent condition with signature intact on all (2.75"d x 5.75"h)
- Georges Briard Hyalyn porcelain vase, white bisque, Midas pattern, vintage from the 1960s, wonderful size for branches, excellent condition (5.5"d x 8"h)
- Georges Briard Hyalyn porcelain box, white bisque, Midas pattern, corked bottom, vintage from the 1960s, very good condition with a little wear to the cork (3.5"w x 4.5"l x 1.5"h)
- Royal Haeger cigarette lighter, high gloss orange ceramic, with brass mechanism, vintage from the 1960s, with the original pricetag that states "$10", very good condition (3.5"d x 5"h)
Shipping costs are included. Also, please note that everything I sell, and I mean everything, is used, antique, vintage, etc. That means sometimes scratched, dented, and worn. Imperfect. Not dusty, though. Or dirty.