Couroc Golf themed Serving Tray
A Mid-Century Modern Era serving tray by Couroc of Monterey, California, (1948-1998) – A Golf Sporting theme, circa 1960s.
Made of a black resin called ‘Phenolic’ and hand inlaid with the image of a golfer in full swing while a crowd of spectators eye a golf ball sitting next to the cup. The inlay consists of brass, natural wood, with red and white colored resin accents.
The Couroc Company produced graphic, whimsical trays made by skilled artisans. Founder Guthrie Courvoisier developed a material “impervious to alcohol, boiling water and cigarette burns,” according their label. Courvoisier’s wife, Moira Wallace, Couroc’s chief designer, led a commune of artists who used an array of local materials as inlay into these resin pieces. Couroc’s products were very popular and sold by high-end retailers. “Any tray can serve a drink. Only Couroc can start a conversation.”
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