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Mado Jolain, Decorative Ceramic Dishes



Set of 3 ceramic dishes or vide poche, glazed with a study of stylized fishes, forming abstract decoration in shades of warm orange, pale yellow and blue tons on warm white ground. Rare and interesting set who shows the artist creative process about a fish theme. Each piece is signed back with the French ceramicist initials: M.J (Mado Jolain).  


  • Dimensions

    H 0.79 in. x Dm 10.63 in.

    H 2 cm x Dm 27 cm

  • Diameter
    10.63 in. (27 cm)
  • Seller location
    Paris, FR
  • Seller reference number
    Galerie Riviera 0.133
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