A French silver and ebony tea setRef. TSVC4661
A French silver and ebony tea set with four pieces.
- by Tétard Frères
- circa 1935
- Height (coffee pot): 15.5cm
- Weigth (gross): 2740g
Price : Vendu
- < 5000€
- > 20000€
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