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Bonbon Dish in Wrought-Iron Frame
Pretty little French late Art Nouveau bonbon dish from Daum/d’Avesn dating from the early 1920’s.
The circular straight-sided bowl is a colourful mottled orange pate-de-verre glass. This sits inside a fer-forge stand with an arched handle and a design of rose flowers and leaves all around.
The glass bowl is easily removed for cleaning when required.
Unsigned but no doubting its origin and in very good condition still.
Height to the top of the handle is around 16 cm and the bowl has a diameter of just a touch under 10 cm.