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This Georges Briard Cheese Board is a show-stopper!
It is fairly large and has the perfect mid-century look!

Marked with Georges Briard's signature in gold below and right of the King’s Crown Emblem!
Leafed with 22 kt. gold Briard used on many of his pieces.
Introduced by Woodland of Glen Falls, NY

The wooden footed serving tray is a square and has is a large square metal tile inset.
(which would be a great place to place a bowl, a nice brie; or go retro with a cheeseball)

Makes a great crudites / hors d'oeuvres / appetizer tray - perfect for summer entertaining!

I have seen this tray used as a fondue tray; placing the pot on the tile.
The skewers / forks go on the side and pieces of meats, veggies or fruits go in the two compartments.

This platter would also make a great wall hanging!

A Tiki Bar Revivalist's Delight!

In Good vintage condition! see pics.

Approximately 13.75" inches by 13.75" inches square
lays appx 1.5" inches tall including feet
The Tile measures appx 8.3" inches square


George Briard (born 1917, as Jascha Brojdo in the Ukraine - died July 30, 2005) was a noted, award winning designer in the 50s, 60s, and 70s. He is most well known for his signature dishware and glassware - everything from cups and plates to gold plated serving dishes. Most famous for dishware and glassware, his signature collection was stocked at noted department stores, such as Neiman Marcus and Bonwit Teller.

Born in Russia, he moved to Chicago from Poland in 1937. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago where he earned his MFA, studying there while living in Oak Park with relatives. He served in the U.S. Army throughout World War II as a Russian interpreter. As an Army interpreter fluent in several languages, he served on Gen. George S. Patton's staff. In 1947, he was discharged from the Army and started working in New York with Max Wille, whom he had met in art school. Brojdo began painting metal serving trays for sale, and evidently Wille came up with the name Georges Briard to mark commercial pieces – Brodjo was also a painter and would use his real name on his art pieces, but Georges Briard became his signature as a designer of these commercial articles, which were wildly popular and numerous. His notable designs were produced first by M. Wille Company, and later in a partnership with Philip Stetson.

In 2004, he was awarded the Frank S. Child Lifetime Achievement Award by The Society of Glass and Ceramic Decorators, in honor of his extraordinary contributions to the glass and ceramic decorating industry.

He was preceded in death by his beloved wife, Bronya (née Marks). On July 30, 2005 he died in New York City at the age of 88.

Mid Century Georges Briard Footed Teak Wood and Tile Fondue & Cheese Tray. Gold Tone Metal Tile w Metallic Hues on Wooden Serving Platter.


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, teak, wood, tile, steel
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 86 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people