1930’s René Lalique opalescent coquilles bowl no 3200. Introduced in 1924 and discontinued in 1947. Eight round seashells decorated with clear, frosted and opalescent glass. Ref: catalogue raisonné de l’oeuvre de Lalique par Félix Marcilhac sous le numéro 3201. Good condition, no damage, dings or restoration. Clearly marked R. Lalique France along with the pattern number 3200. The bowl measures 24 cm diameter and height 9.20 cm.
1930’s René Lalique opalescent coquilles bowl no 3200.by Louis Wine
1930’s René Lalique opalescent coquilles bowl no 3200.
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