The Couroc Company in Monterey, California produced many different types and shapes of trays, boxes, ashtrays, and glassware from 1948 until their closure in the early 1990s. The name Couroc was derived from the name of the founder, Guthrie Courvoisier, and the word "rock," because the durable black phenolic resin used for their pieces were "hard as a rock." Handmade in the USA, their products became and remain collectible because of their durability, high quality, and beauty.
This cute tray features a whimsical fish market made from wood and brass inlay. The tray is in good vintage condition and has the original gold label on the back.
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