Offered is a classic Lalique Roscoff center bowl. Originally designed by René Lalique in 1932, the Roscoff Bowl is named after a fishing port in Bretagne, France. Fish, a symbol of life, fertility and prosperity, is a recurring theme in Laliques works. Here they emerge from a center of water droplets or bubbles. Small hand inscribed Lalique France signature on top of a fish near the rim.Dimensions: H 2.44" x D 13.19". The item "LARGE LALIQUE FISH & BUBBLE ROSCOFF CENTER BOWL" is in sale since Friday, January 08, 2016. This item is in the category "Pottery & Glass\Glass\Art Glass\French\Lalique". The seller is "pigeon-cove" and is located in Rockport, Massachusetts.
This item can be shipped worldwide.