(C) Signed Pierre d'Avesn, three carp swimming in a sea of opalescence! 12 wide by 2 1/8 tall. For that "coup de grace," I have the identical bowl in amber! (e-mail Jack for a price for either)



(D) Likewise signed Pierre d'Avesn, master of French Art Deco design. 12 wide, 2 1/4 tall. Quail, 2 sanded chips on rim. (e-mail Jack for a price)



(M) ...for Mmmm... What a fetching dessert/ice cream set -- if only the fiery opalescence doesn't melt the Cherry Garcia! Signed "Arrers." Five of the small bowls have at least one (small) chip... next time, Pierre, tell the kids "No spoon-banging!" The large bowl is 9 1/2 inches wide, the smaller ones 4 1/2.



(O) Nineteen inches wide, this signed Degue bowl, like so many French objects, champions the world of the natural. The bowl, with its subtle, delicate oranges and yellows and violets, evokes a sunrise in the French countryside. (e-mail Jack for a price)


(Q) Pierre d'Avesn's breathtaking Phoenix bird charger, 15 inches across of the purest beauty, in superb condition!! If you have an appropriate place to display this, you will be delighted every time you're in its presence! (e-mail Jack for a price)


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