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Piero Fornasetti.

Piero Fornasetti Rare Porcelain Dishes Decorated With Sea Anemones, Urchins and Shells, Conchiglie Pattern.

1960's-early 1970's.

Porcelain.

Fornasetti's whimsical and colourful Conchiglie pattern features a different sea creature filling the centre well of each plate, surrounded by assorted sea animals, shells, mollusks and fishes.

While many of the creatures are realistically rendered, there are a few fantastic animals as well.

Condition: One plate has a hairline crack.

Reference: Fornasetti: The Complete Universe, edited by Barnaba Fornasetti, page 608 # 140 for a black and white photograph of eight plates with similar elements that were developed as prototypes for this series in 1947.

Dimensions

Diameter: 9 1/2 inches

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Stock number

NY08576

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