Laissez les bons temps rouler! Add some mid-century flair to your home with this Mardi Gras themed hand painted ceramic covered dish by artist Marc Bellaire for California Pottery. In a stunning black and white palette with splashes of pink and blue. Two masked celebratory figures decorate the piece. Truly a piece of art perfect for your Mardi Gras celebration!
Signed by Marc Bellaire. "Marc Bellaire was born in 1925 in Toledo, Ohio. He studied at the Toledo Museum of Art while employed at the Libby Glass Company. Bellaire moved to California in the early 1950s and opened a studio in Culver City. Bellaire produced high-quality ceramics, often decorated with ultramodern figures and geometric patterns. His most famous line was Mardi Gras, featuring slim dancers in spattered and striped colors. Marc Bellaire was quite prolific during the 1950s and was named one of the top ten artware designers by Giftware Magazine." - mytiki.life.com
3 1/4" tall (includes handled on lid) x 9” across
The piece is in great vintage condition. No chips or cracks.
About Wesley and Rose Curios:
Inspired by my grandparents, Wesley and Rose, whose home and personal style was influenced by mid-century designs, a love of entertaining, an insatiable appetite for worldly travels, all with a touch of southern charm. I scour flea markets, estate sales and thrift stores hunting for one of a kind vintage gems that remind me of them and I am so happy to share these treasures with you. Thank you very much for visiting my shop!
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