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Ceramic Poodle by Adnet, circa 1930


Large long hair ceramic puddle by Jean & Jacques Adnet (1900-1984). Off white enameled ceramic. Signed 'Adnet' on a side and numbered '42' under a leg. Bibliography: 'Bibelots ce´ramiques de la Cie des Arts Franc¸ais', Mobilier et De´coration, August 1929, model reproduced on page 53.


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    H 10.24 in. x W 13 in. x D 4.34 in.

    H 26 cm x W 33 cm x D 11 cm

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    Paris, FR
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